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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890103101 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. o fc.il ?N. bi Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. California Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31.1890. NO. 70 FOR RENT OR I'eS.VV-SaI'PI.rv. n f MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Crocked the time these come to maturity things SALE. may have changod and they ho found Mon.Ilia! n a tlin lnu-Gov. McCreary spoke here last not to pay. I don't believe there is a day to a very largo crowd. The Home and Lot of Acres on the Dan. l ClOCk BtrilCK 12 Wednesday, Havincreceived a NEW nnd ELEGANT MNE and the ville pike, one mile from Stanford, now occupied Las Anuki.kh, Cm.., Oct. !K, place in this whole country whero a ' Kail and Winter Millinery, nnd secured the Mr. Itice Bengc has opened up a Blin. Which had been ol scored hv clouds hJ Mr X Thurmond. It is well improved, ha. of weather has services of Mrs Kdmiston, invite the ladies of Dbak Intiimoib' TIiu stranger can bo more easily taken in ......... from itn l. j. :.... line urcnarii, koou earucn ana water. DUNN. McKinney and vicinity to call at lower room of MHS. FANNIE 6?tf been quite changeable since I last wrote. than right here in Southern California. new livery btablo in the rear of the Ma-- 1 most of the .1.... veranua itotei. MRS K J. TANNER, place to lend brilliancy to the occasion, The extremely hot spell of which I then There are ho many poiutH to watch that son House. 67Mt McKinney, Ky. The Knights of Pythias celebrate a beautiful marriage ceremony was being Hpoko soon changed Into really cold, and . :.. .I.t -- iijl.iHi timl fitlutr it in almost impossible not to get bit in .1 by appro- said by He v. Hen Helm, in the Presby-... m the anniversary of their order uiun, war, .. House on I.an ater street in Stanford, ;' . some partienlar. Hut those w ho are so priate exercises of a religious character terian church, which bound together rooms and cellar Oood cistern holding , low lniiil.4 am snow in the .u. n HtHku about too LiarreiS of water in yard. at the Presbyterian church, on Sunday, two hearts that have heat as one since This chilly we. he to UmI very far oil. I firbid kinfolks and their folk's folks, my folks J II. HI'JOINS, J SUr.lord, Ky. and their folks, as well as colored folks, to trespass ' ' Nov. !llh, at It o'clock i. M. l the time when cupid's dart was first da vs and was rendered more (lis- another tiling:" you can't have or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm the pensK. Brown has rented the store-roofelt. In fact George L, Penny and Miss without my permission, or they will be punished .' aurccabe by the absence of any prous- - antest climate and the best fruit too. to the full extent ol the law mean what I say. some occupied by Miller it Bishop and will Kinma Caswell S.uitley had been sweetAfter this camo , ion for fires. THOMAS C. HALL. jam Wherever any variety grows to the great weather durrun an oyster saloon and grocery. T. S. hearts for several years ami notwithrain, followed by pleasantl est perfection, then the weather is al form"(Tarris has accepted the position of cleric standing that no announcement had edOwinR to my continued had health, I have Klkin, ing Mie middle of the day, but the early most uiicmluramy hot. a partnership with my I'rother, John I.. instance at tlie Holmes IIousu. James II. Brown been made of their marriage under the firm name ol M. K. Klkin Co . to Lot on Main Street in account of fogs and clouds, the surest place to until a morning! Stanford raise line oraugosis at take effect Oct I't. Persons knuwiiitf themselves has rented Dr. Bush's property on ago, it had been generally conwere not so pleasant. Since Friday it Riverside and in Hint vicinity, hut will the Richmond street. Dr. Bush an family ceded, perhaps because of tii eternal indebted to m: ree Jpleuie call at once and settle. Containing a in unable to oil in person ana need my lias been exceedingly warm, and altho heat thuro is intense; the best place for money badly. Thankinir you for your liberal pa T. R WALTON, Stanford thenast, I ask continuance ot same to- - Terms eay. this in the latter part of the second fall raisins is at Fresno and the country will board with Mr. Brown. John K. fitness of tilings, that they would some tronage in new Respectfully. lirm. A iH simply scorching. Faulkner has been assigned to one of day become husband and wife. The ward the month, the sun M. K. ELKIN. ci around, but that is almost as hot as I the Anderson county distilleries as l S church had been darkened for the occacurious fact about the climate here is hades. u fact, scarcely any of the fruits storekeeper. sion, and the beautiful .lowers which tins- whenever the sun is obscured by grow to great perfection near the ocean, Fruit Trsos For Salo Ohoap. L,ols Ijisi Tuesday night the young folks profusely filled the chancel and which fog or cloud or disappears! at Hiinsut, there and if they do, the dampness and fogs In the corporate limits of Rowland. stems to bo twice as much breeze as materially interfere with the curing of stormed Mr. Walter Nichols at (his resi- were so artistically arranged, were made and have a nice lot of Apple Trees, flr.ipcforVines sale. Raspberry l'lants, ol my own raiding, when it is shining, and as the sun is most them. As I wrote so much favorable to dence on Danville street. The Danville even lovelier by the wax tapers phced Apple Trees ts cents each and others in propor86 H J. DARST, Rowland. as I wish to close out the buoness string baud had been procured ami here an there for the purpose. tion, always hot and the air at such times California while here last P. L. SIMPSON, spring, thru Stanford, Ky LINCOLN 00. FARM For RENT. cool.vou may be shivering one hour and ignorance, taking the sayso of people I dancing was the principal order of the An arch of rare (lowers stood just In sweltering in day. Those present were Misses Nell front of the pulpit and from it hung a! the next or less time be ;. ....I I. ..1.1 .. .1.... I .!...! The undersigned will rent for the year 1801. on . l "" ' "" " "" Marrs, Honey wood Hull'man, Juliet lirge bell made of chrisanthemunis, and heat, or vice vema Often there is a dlf-- ' reasonabe terms her Farm ol jjo Acres, ik miles iiu; uiu ngni miiii i snomu ih.iko inese ne rfc T n i ferenceof (W to 70 between the temper- corrections, so that those who may read Gill, Carrie Woods, Maria Cook, Isabelle it was under this that the solemn vows r renier can havetlu iiviiuc ui sccunig mis rail. Appls to Mrs. NANCY JENKINS. of the coldest part of the night and and Lula Owsley, Altio Marksbury, Ada were taken. Just back and hanging We offer for sale privately our farm Inown as ature this may not como hereto be disappointUanvilte, Ky. the George Anderson place, 1$ mile from Huston from the top of the pulpit were the letthe sun during the middle of the day. ed ax 1 have been. There are many peo- Farra, Mrs. W. H. Marrs, Mrs. L. ville, on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acres, .Mrs. John K. Stormes. The boys ters beautifully monogramed, "P. S." good dwelliug of 6 rooms and well watered. Call These changes, of course, are productive ple hero who got stuck on property when 011 or address us at tlustonville, Ky. House mi Lot at Crab Orchard For Sale. were Homer, liaison, Currey, Farra, The pulpit was n sea of tlowers and the of colils and one has to he very particu JOHN ELLIS, the boom collapsed, that they'll tell anytt MARY ELLIS of year to avoid eatching Fox, West, Tevis, sweet oder that went from them was Hughes, (i. Frank, lar at all times thing to get to sell out now. T. K. W. A House and Lot, consisting of i Acres. locaDoty, Cook, Walker, Lear, John Stormes smiled with much pleasure by the many them, and then will not succeed, as I've ted at Crab Orchard, Ky , aud known as the s property, one lllock from Depot. The housa present. On entering found out to my sorrow. There are, notThe National Democrat, which was es- ami Louis 1indram. contains six spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one withstanding, some tine days, but the tablished in Washington one year ago by open porch and portico, with all necessary outThe question of what the constitu the church the bride, accompanied by offer for the Henry Hester farm buildings. Cal on or address D. U. Edmlstou, climate is a very loin: ways from being as Kdmund Hudson, with the endorsement tional convention Is doing is the subject her sister, Miss Helen, was preced- of I60 acres ofsale privately on Uix bottom land River; 31 acres Crab-t Orchard, Ky., or me at Pinevllle. Ky. . .... ......!.. 1.. .1... I iul tir.ilml , sug- ed by two of the ushers, .Messrs. J. II. sown in wheat up and all right balanco in grass. SAMUEL BLAIR, M. V. of general comment. It has been near eru-- nn Q, Q, H u.m,(jre of , 6 new No doubt there are would be well to have the Baugliman and J. S. Wells, while on the The dwelling has rooms; there is anearly barn, to believe good well, fine orchard and lencing new. ,llert,, llpon iu Hl.COIlt, ytar J,,,, , gested that it Terms, nslf cash, balance in one and two years, " who come here from New hugland ciri.tllUl011 of ,000 copies each week, public journals call the attention of the left the groom, assisted by Mr. Will Sev- with interest. II not sold will be for rent, PosTUTTTf, and Illinois, Iowa ami Kansas, and such 1891 h circulation members to the following considerations: erance, was preceded by Messrs. J. S. session given January 1, ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. J. W. 1. That time is money. Owsley, Jr., and E. C. Walton. I have finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerMrs. like SUtes, where thethermo.neterBome.!ivonUUdnt)(l n I10HHm)cr set pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford nnd am prepared . .. U. That money is scarce. Uu.eHgoeto:;V or 10 below zero in Jennie Dunn at tho organ and Dr. W. to furnish any kind of LUMHER. SHINGLES Ua Uie T,u luml :i. That the convention is not intended B. Penny, on his cornet, very exquisitehVVi?,,HLVST,1;RICES- ' ;v' winter and to considerably over 100 Nal(oIm, I)tflll0t.rilt occl,,,lejl u ,k.d of its or to suit purchasers. ly rendered for a debating society. wedding Mendlessohn's me a trial. Ptoflice, MAYWOOD, KY. Give above in summer (and Southern Uhfor-- ; owji nn(. ouc Uwl oq . rcmuinu(1 un. n nonce lurcwarns nsnermen ana I. 'I hat it is not intended for - "Moot march, and with military movement tho others not to trespass on our UnJs without per. 3Mr A. B.UASTIN nia is almost entirely populated by peo- - m a com.,Iety rccori, of as aiisucn wuiDe prosecuted to tne lull- think Iulca wih III iil' n.irtv u.. ruled it mv In tho miion, of the law. Signed: pie from those Mates), Court InlorBlioi ,llclui,,llK Uiu III0Bl est extent . . , , . ,. , , 1111111 ui uum, who eiiuod 5. That it is not a Legislature. 1890. the climate better than those w10 uro! in reauuiess ui u v GAINES. J. II. McKINNRY, JUM.N U. LV.NK. Blue-Gras,.., , i. vyvriivoa... uuu, 0. That the old constitution needed unite a couple that tho Lord seemed to " Atci? , ., not used to such extremes in their na- - . w,, s IOS. HALLOU. itj .ui,vv...i. .t.i-V. A HAMILTON. tive Stales. Yesterday the thermometer on ttie stump. It is rendering the party only a few changes. hive designed lor each other. Tho THOS. C. IIALL, I S. PHILLIP" M C REYNOLDS. was W in tho shndo at the signal service an important service, and 7. That time enough has been consum- ceremony was most impressive and ap- J. L. HECK. Immense stock of fruit and ornamental trees. Mrs ALICE J. HAUGHMAN. should be read Orapevines, Asparagus, small trees, and K.H.COOPER, ollice, and icootlnesa knows whnt it was by all who wish to keep fully ed already to have made at least two propriate and tho marriage, which was V. M. WARE, W A. COKKEY ror the law n, orchard and garden. We has Mrs. M A. MARTIN. informed no agents, but sell direct at low prices to the plan- e in the sun. Last niijlit win very warm in regard to public allairs ami who mean constitutions good enough for all prnc still further beautified by the groom's ter. Write for catalogue to placing a ring on his fair bride's finand the blanket that Cailforniiius say to defeat the wicked scheme of the re tical purposes. 11. r. HILLKNMEYEIt, 64 tf Tho oue always needs to sleep under would publican leaders to secure permanent Lexington, Ky. D. Gill is spending a few- ger, was a pretty one indeed. Miss Juliet sevor have been anything hut pleasant for ...., ..... Ira J. Taylor, of ovir. music .. ,rpmimiul . nnd days in Cincinnati. j control of the government, in spite of the many Mr. and Mrs. Penny, followed by two Personalty, Crop & Farming Im- eral days past. fact that they are, and must remaiu, the Cincinnati, lias been here with his plements. few days. Miss Min- ushers and Miss Saufley and Mr. Sever1 went to Pomona lost week to see how minority party in this country. Wo will friends for the last I desire to sell my (arm of about mo acres, situ- thtniPt weru there. Found the place send the Democrat and the Intkiuou nie Cecil, of Iebanon, is visiting the ance, preceding the other two, left the I will sell to the highest bidder at my residence a . ... .... 1 miles west of Stanford on v.an0ul 1' rallel no,,h of Stanford on thvj Misxcfl Miller. Capt. W. J. Kiuuaird, of church, taking witli them the best wishratner nun ami very nov ...... .1...... 1 year for $'2.7o. Kush Hrauch pike, opposite the old church. There How- es of all. The bride is tho lovely daughare about jo acres in wheat and rye; the balance , Middlesboro, was hero Sunday. last year in Na-large acreage was set out Tuesday, November 18th, 1890, of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelllnr Mrs. lieu. Tom Thumb, with her ard Marrs, of Uiwreuceburg, spent Sat- ter of Judge aud Mrs. M. C. Saufley and yal oranges. These look very well, as do pf four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new The iollbwwg property barn; Is well watered and fenced. Possession can the older trees, with the exception band, Count Magri, Baron Magri ami a urday and Sunday with bis father, J. It. has been a decided belle Bince her debut be gisen immediately. Kor Fifteen head fancy harness, saddle i- brood horses, Uailey, Stanford, or write particulars, se J. P. Judge Walton Kasou is in in society. She is of the blonde type i pair ot work Mules, the nndersicned at of some that are infested with scale, but company of first class vaudeville stars, Marrs. Cincinnati, Ohio. E. WITHERS. r that pest hasn't gotten as llrin a foothold will appear at Walton's Opura House, Louisville on business connected with and impresses even the stranger with if not sold head of NEW YORK CATTLE, if" before tho ocean. Saturday, Nov. 1. The countess, altho tho Odd Fellows Ixdge. Hugh Smith her beauty and vivacity. Besides the Five nice yearling day of sale ;fat Heifers, 8 good there as at other plaeea nearer Steers, 7 Milk Cows, 8 Calves, 2 Hulls, yoke of Oxen, From some unaccountable cause, the she has been before the public for 'M and wife, of Bristol, Tenn., aro visiting possession of many accomplishments of Hogs, a nice lot of Shoats; bunch present orange crop thereabout will not years, has loit none of her popularity Mr. Win. tieoriro. on Crab Orchard she has been endowed with a bright Forty acres of Corn, as stacks of pure Timothy wii.toJe" Prna,tyny residence and Implements; Hay, 500 Locust o is un bright and attractive as ever, street. A. M. Kinnaird lias gone back and active mind that distinguishes her One handsome newPosts, FarmingHarness, j'hue- - try. Ihe house has tie rooms, store room, pan bo more than a half one, the oranges Surrey and front verandah, back porch latticed, good Furnltute. ton, cellar wiOi windows oil ,outh side; outbuildings ing fallen oil in large quantities soon af-- . Count Magri and his brother are clever to Middlesboro, where he is going '.into wherever she is known. She was hand- - Terms Household and Kitchen sale. made knou u on day of all new, consisting of meat house, henery, coal Mrs. E.I). JONES. ter dropping the bloom. Tliis is tho case) actors and vocdists, and the sketches the genta' furnishing goods busineiss, souieiy iiiureu in .111 eie.tiu uaiiiiu velhouse, corn crib aud dairy stable. There aro two good cisterns, one at bouse, the other at the was vet dress with applique trimmings and Sam Joseph, now of Cincinnati, at some other daces. Haven't heard pantomimes and musical specialties I he re is an abundance of fruit, including raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, on that bcore. Orange trodticcd by them are both artistic and here Sunday and Monday. Mrs. B. M. hat to match, and held in her hand a Riverside grapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple , bouquet of Marechal Neil roses. Her land at Pomona, without any improve-- ' pleasing, lu addition to these distill-meu- Burdett, of Kiilarny, Fla., is visiting trees. Also some nice Jersey Cows and heifers sister wore a beautiful dress of dahlia OF A bred to registered bull. One- harness horse, one is held at SioO to $100 per acre; mushed midgets, a novel and reilned friends and relatives in tho town aud horse, cloth with diamond ornaments. 150 to ::.U); tertainmeut will he given by bell ringers, Valua'blo Lincola County Farm. combined child. both gentle and can be driven by woman or One buggy and phaeton. with trees one year old, ? county. Also 85 acres of pasture land, which will be Mr. Penny, who is associated with his 0 sold In one piece or divided into lots to suit pur with trees in beating, from ?1,000 to $., operatic singers, magicians, musical Adair Circuit Court. HUBBLE. fattier in the drug business iiere, is a II C. Ilaker, Adinr with the will annexed of W, chasers. Those wishing to buy a lot cheap will per acre. These are enormous figures t8ts. Mile, liarretta, with her troupe of 1'. splendid young gentleman and will make .Vc Williams, deed., l'lif., vs. John W Williams, have a golden opportunity , Deft. J G. CARPENTER, Stanford. 57.1m Notice for land to Eastern people, and it is hard ,r0 trained pigeons, will appear at each Mr. Andy Spoouamore has rented his treasure a kind and loving husband. Uy virtue of a decree in the aboved styled case, for them to see how it can he tnaUo to terforuianco. A matinee will be given James Kngleman's farm for JoOOfor next rendered at the September term, 1890, of the business man, has a legion Adair Circuit Court, I will, as Special Commispay at those prices, but it does some ut L:t0 i m. Prices for it will he 15, lo year. Wo will he glad to havo Mr. He is a tine sioner of said Court, on ,.,,.,,. no M I.' of friends aud lias evinced his good times, in tho hands of those wlio under- - ami Xt. For tho eveniiu: performance And STOCK OF DRUGS FOIt SALE. ,n h'8 fe,ect,?n to a Ihe Thursday, Nov. 13th, 1890, l' stand tho business thoroughly, from long 'jry, : and 50. Iteservud sea to at Mcltob Herrin sold to M. F. Klkinsome fat hogs .11 hamiv other friends wero I...II n. !. Desiring to quit the drug business at Huston crta' drugstore. uu n liirvtiaat Vi a tint. tin niamh jti. at :!(). G. 1. Bright lias been liuprov experience, thko uiui w.ru , ville I offer my entire stock of fresh Drugs and is buggy-hous- e oranges or lemons are the safest fruita to ami lunched at the bndos homo immediate i,cauct!on,on a'crcditof of 6. ia and Landmonths, Chemicals for sale Mystook Is complete in every ing by building a barn, Uiown particular and the business is a paying one in Tub law does not allow anything to ap ly after the ceremonv and a feast of eiu,al intiiniiit, a c. rtain Tract ot as Urn 1' Williams farm, lying in Lincoln ' raise, whero they do well, us there is a till it begins to look other Will also rent the enure house my store pear on your ballot but the name of tho Seven changes Was much enjoyed. TheV Co., out he Waters of Hinging Fork, andimmedi- is located in The house contains 4 good upstairs better general demand for them, and of like home. Bud Cox has returned from rooms. G A WASH, Hustonville. present's candidate you wish to vote for. Those were the recipients of numerous nT bone iiu. abo of sheep the deciduous fruits tho French prune for and reports a H.imiPil trt Rntnn nvtont tli liii.h the same land deeded by Wm. I" Williams to W the democratic candidate will bo as Tennessee II Hudon by deed dated Augusta?, 18S1, and has been the surest, having brought fair to be on hands as soon as tho tunnel, at T AM FOR SALE A! a esteem 111 Wllicll they wero hold. Mr. recorded in the Limoln County Court Clerk's every year so far, ami a very high follows: prices which tho wreck occurred, can bo passed ln. to u hlcn reference is made for a full lOOUlS at ,crilion, containing 58 Acres j Roods and 34 .MIS. ieilll) lia0 price this season. At Pomona; the prune through. Henry Spoouamore has sold On account of continued bad health, I desire to Mr. A. R. Benny's and aro i3 pleasantly iie Said land i ill be offered in to or mye together, anil is grown to advantage and pays well. his young mule for $155. Kgga havo ad- Situated as hearts could Wish, llioyi trans and then all and reported the bid or bids sell privately my farm of 310 Acres of blue.grass James B. LIcCroary. be accepted uhwh realize the land at a bargain, in a fine stale ol fertility. Would The other deciduous fruits don't amount vanced here to Uij cts. School Commis- ...... uuv .. sell 200 acres with improvements. j.. Location one t in mo miner most nimcriiig lamest amount of money. Blurt a, the same time and place and upon the same mile south of Stanford, and the laying of the farm I have been investigating the to much. sioner McClary visited our schools hero Circumstances and Land the Tract that their joiiruev terms will sell more or less, ot conveyedcontaining is superb. There are a all of the necessary imbusiness a good deal of late Bo sure that yours is an exact copy Tuesday ami reports them iu splendid to said provements, including about 40 Acres, frame dwelling ol five S over 8ea may llOt bo disturb- - Williams by A W Harperand wife l;y deed dated rooms aud hall, a large basement barn, and all to eo if there is really as much money of it. running order. Mr. James Gentry's ed by even tho smallest ripplo their Jan. 1, iSC7, and recorded in said office, lying in buildings new For further information, apply to waters of Harris HOUT. McALISTEK, Stanford. in it as would seem from the published cousin from Harrodsburg is visiting him friend, the Intgkioii Jouknal, with said county on the of the uurchasers Fork. eood se- Honda reuuired with Danvillk. Mr. George W. Evans, of . reports, and 1 llud there is not by a cunties, bearing interest from date of sale ana week with hei pleasant aiuiles this hundreds Of Other friends SlUCerely hswnir the torce and effect of a judgment Many of tho statements, made Lincoln, is visiting Ids sou, J. Owsley Blackerby has returned from Mis- jJ0peg II C II A KER, Special Com'r Hvans. Mr. J. W. Yerkes has been apaio true, but they are not near tho whole souri, after a visit to Washington. Mr. iV; Mrs. Nannette Harris Willis, of C, for -- THEtruth and are misleading and are often pointed attorney for the (J. James A. Harris is down to see us for Madison, has withdrawn her suit for diBoyle and Mercer, in place of Judge Durtender-loo- t to believe given to lead the Wo are the first time in many mouths. Kentucky has a better reputation, vorce and has joined her husband again Co. No Hotel In proprietor is determined that and lis that these largo yields are the rule rath. ham, removed to Lexington. Tho Illi- glad to see im looking so well. Mr. never more to part. shall be maintained. or than tho exception. Those who give nois Central has compromised witli tho James Kngletnan is improving somo, afOF STANFORD, KY., $ Squiro Gritliu, aged 19, and Miss these big reports don't tell of tho failures family of John Crowder, who was killed ter a severe attack of rheumatism. Dr. Amanda Alice Carter, jllSt 10, obtained Is now fully organued and ready for business with He has added to its appointments or partial failures from tho many ills that on that road, by paying them Sl.'JoO. Owbloy has about completed his license yesterday aud wero married at G. B. Woodcock sold to K. B. ItiisseU 4 John fruit trees aro heir to, such as tho white, house on his farm near here. Wesley Mr. Si Adams , , near Crab Orchard, last Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. black and red scale, moth,, blight, hot acres of land adjoining his place on 4th Fuhanks has a stalk of cane 1SJ feet high Surplus, 13,500. night. street at $1573 nu acre. Advccato. winds, frost, Ac. They don't often and when ho gets it worked up will reA First-Clas- s the interest on the money invested, Saloon, port how many gallons it makes. Ho is Got the Clerk and Ready For the Opening, successor to tiie lixcoln national Call For Meeting of County Committee. HANK Oh STANFORD, cent, to .1 per cent, taxes, water Where the choices wines nnd liouors aie kept. 2 per Nov. I. also tho boss sweet potato grower, as one Tho members of the Democratic CounCommercial travelers will rind eve ything To the Editor Interior Journal tax, the expense of irrigating, working (Now closing up) with the same assets and under will prove. Bro. Montfor their comfort. ty Committee aro urgently requested to of tho same management. I AINT LdCk, ULt. -- is. 1 Ueslre to and pruning, and tho six, eight or ton gomery will preach at tho school-housy provl,lonlof jchaiter, depositors are as 1 v. m., Saturday, meet at Stanford at vears. it may be, they have been work hero Sunday night. Remember that form tltOSO Who havo applied for the fully protected as aio depositors .111 National bring them to full Nov. 1. It is important that every mem- - Bro. Godboy will begin his protracted clorkslllP. that I haVO already Secured.Hanks, its shareholders being held individually ing on tho trees to Iml.le to the extent ol the amount of their stock "hoahl bo present. KriAIchhe.S,A:..," ?,I,,mi0x,, "t.: bearing, and they never tell of tho eha - ' services at tho Methodist church hero the clerk and I wish also to inform tho liios. IHchahib, Chai rmau. grin and disappointment many have ex IlllOllC UHU Omuiliuy, .UV. IBl, Will Uti;cMUlur uuumuiu., iiu.icv, uk., .. iuii) on the 10th of November. , . an individual in laboring lor years on an or- Wi8i( fimuer hag dis. Illy grand Winter Opening nt Paint' Lick, A R(Jck Vtait To tho.e who entrusted their buismess to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol ought to covcrc(i tlmt :mo 8iak(J(i in buttermilk A census of fruit hearing trees has ii'li.m nil goous will Im r. itiili.il at,s f . chard to find, just nt tho tune it jh t d rma lhanL4ana vo nmi-t.n KOotl paint for n housu. Ho savs been taken in Los Angeles county, Cal. wholesale price. Come and See me and trust they will continue to trantact their business be paying handsomely, that they , ... us, ouering as a guarantee ior prompt alien witli iTrjEjT'TrTfnTKSSM Vb UillillUS, IIS made a mistake in planting certain kinds Ul0 m;xturo wju withstand rain and that The total number is 10,S05,:$7o. tion to same, our twenty years experience in JUU banking andas liberal accommodations as are conTho republicans of tho 10th PennRespt. D. G. Slaughter trees whore the surroundings do it only costs about $1 to furnish paint of fruit sistent with sound banking. eft CO., sylvania district, after balloting for five not suit them, or to havo tho scale or enough for an ordinary house iukkctors: In retaliation for tho McKinley bill, J. J. Williams Mt. Vernon; weeks, nominated A. C. Hopkins, of other pest to ruiu them, or to liud Bomo HUSTONVTIiLE, KY. J. M S. Hail Staulord: Kansas City is put down with a pop- Clinton county, for Congress., the Mexican government has placed a that there la no tiemaitu ior mm. iuu ui J. S. Owsley, Manford : duty of $500 per car upon American catI. Embry, Stanford; Are still In the business and ready to do any. or ulation of 132,410, a gain of 1U7J percent, Tho Brotherhood of Locomotive fruit on account of thing in the Undertaking line. We have, a full J E. Lynn, Stanford; in convention at Pittsburgh, has tle, and has also refused to permit tho cause. It is nothiug rare to iu 10 years. stoci of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes A. W Carpeuter. .Alllledgeville; BOino other iUughm.in, Hustonville; o evsjry description. Our hearse, which is nearly J. K.F. A flock of blackbirds threo miles long decided not to Join In a general federa- 500 bushels of grain sent with each car aee largo trees grubbed up to give placo new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. U. J, Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. and half a mile wide passed over Arling- tion with other organizations of railroad of cattle as feed, to go through unless a Green has charge of eur business and will show to aonio variety that may suit better or our goods to any one needing anything-- in our S. H. Shanks, President. duty of 30 cents per bushel is paid. and by ton, Ga., a day or two ago. employes. In J, II. Owsley, Cashier. tu.tf more sure to bring a profit, Far From What Up to' Be. It Is 1. MrLLnTEBrz". I V: ' FOR RENT. ""'""; rontain-incthre- o POSTED. 1 su-era- - ' 6-- tf m few-week-s nroiR saiiEi 1 1 I 1 For Salo Twenty Building 1 1 two-fol- d fii-i- I '""' FARM FOB, SALE. so-- V S4-- tf Lan-dra- "well-wisher- Farm For Sale. Sla-vi- ns .. .t .,, .... t'" .. 3- ,,.,, . NEW SAW - 6j-t- f POSTED. tucker' ,,. 1 -- j, Nurseries. esery-thiti- ff - a ' PUBLIC SALE Farm For Salo. ..u. . Joi-una- l 1 bus-als- o ( - Forty-fou- 1 1 FOR S3LI.E! 1 piop-ert- y. liav-JMi- 1 65-t- d ' sta-hi- Commissioner's t, Sale en-th- at - ( ar-00- .t.l C. ,,.,.,. s, ,.,.. HOUSE FOB BENT le. 1 ...... s ail I f H ,1 .1 asm. - car-loa- d J,''.'."? iSl'iE, jj-a- m IiL-ii- de-an- il .BUM, ' fruit-raisin- g ,,,,,,., ii..: ( j 1 4S-i- again-Win- "jug-full.- " 65-t- d THE MYERS HOUSE 1 Farmers BanM Trust Pool and Billiard Parlors -.- do-du- ct hiso-pounde- ) o 111- lr iV. ! net-fence- j t 1 i J. T. SXJTTOIT j over-producti- be ) I5WWHPJI' "J "U m '?v TKtr - 7 -- - ft NEWS CONDENSED Mr. HowAiti) seems to think it is a demosuflicient honor for him to be the Judge A. M. Portwood.of Lawrence-burg- , cratic nominee for CongrefS in the 11th is dead. k district, and is, so far as wearo informed W. U. Duncan is the now Grand Stanford, Ky., OcTOnfen3l, 1890 resting on his oars. A live, energetic Master of the Odd Fellows. canvass by a man who could portray all Fire at Apalachicola, Fla., destroyed tho evils that have resulted nnd will re property vnlved at $105,000. sult from the eontintntion of the repubThe Vanderbilts are said to have so-licans in power, would reduce tho re- cured control of the Reading for SS.oOO,-to opporlu- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. publican majority in that district, es- ooo. we do come pecially in it present torn up condition, Briggs Swift, the retired pork packer For Congress, . so to a mere trifle. Hro. Howard ought to of Cincinnati, died Tuesday full of years if he expects to reflect hump himself and freighted with monoy. credit on his nomination. Wilson is letN. Randolph has been appointed ting no grass grow under his feet. The at Ansel, Pulaski county, in y After refusing tlie request of thecoun-t- Middlesboro man should follow his explace of A. L. Wood, deceased. committee wmdo through Col. Silas ample. Owing to the small catch of seals Adams to divide time with Jude H. We garments will below to keen t tho elec- made this season, Liberty, Monday, Am. the indications point to J. BrckinridKe, at 100 per cent, in price. uy worn,, uivc.uj iu m loo Congressman Wilson attempted to shut tion of ten democratic Congressmen in be advonced H. Marshall Buford, late common We were too good that gentleman out by speaking - bourn this State next Tuesday. Tho alliance nnd 10 minutes, hut the iuuco was not men and the republicans seem to have pleas judge in tho Lexington district, has peopU to to bo outdone in that way, especially in united in the I'd, but Mr. Kllis will beat been declared insane. Strong drink did his own bailiwick, so he sat patiently the combination or we are very much it. The Mutual Firo Insurance Comthrough the long harangue and then he mistaken. Mr. Carlisle has been speakpany, of Chicago, has failed. Sovete let flv for some 10 minutes n charge of ing there and in his calm and matchless assigned pure democracy which opened the eyes way has warned the farmers of tho dan- losses during this year is tho executed, enough, cause. of those who had been taking in Mr. ger of putting their confidence in any We to to Inllio last 30 years tho Order of Odd pleadings. man, who is not a clean-cu- t democrat. "Wilson's specious, ex parte Jo'J.OOO.OOO 7,9 The republican candidate charged that His speeches have been listened to by Fellows has paid out nearly for the relief of its members and their to deceive "Mr. Howard is not a democrat, was not the thousands Hnd have produced an imso nominated by an authorized body and pression that will show itself in Ellis' families. so no we do, oy put- A cablegram from Warsaw says that wasn't capable of representing tho dis- favor on election day. bu we a steamer foundered off Capo St. Vintrict if lie could be elected. Ho defendg oods We The last election for president showed cent and 1,000 Russian emigrants lost ed tho McKinley bill and tho other inwe party and said that there were 100, 170 more democrats their lives. iquitous measures of his republicans, Tho large warehouse of the George Goods, do was not only for the Force bill, in the United Suites than that he of recognizing that they are in the mi- Weidman Brewery, at Newport, burned, would like it better if it took from and S'O,, but more than ten times that together w ith 100,000 bushels of rye and trru States the entire control of all Fed- nority even of number, the republicans have used their malt; loss $100,000. eral elections. After getting through he to possible, Judge Isaac Jackson Faubus, the Do left the power in Congress far more to perpetugathered up his papers and and splendid old demSet. by a few of his ate their hold on the government than fine old gentleman court-roofollowed for the public good. You can help ocrat, of Jackson county, has gone to his henchmen, but late as it was Judge for the conspirators next Tuesday reward, aged 70 yuniy. Breckinridge succeeded in holding tho general disgust that is felt for their Charles W. Robinson, a larger part of the crowd and made a the methods by voting for the democratic Boston broker, has disappeared. It has rousing speech that will tell in tho combeen discovered that ho forged paper to candidate for Congress. ing election. It is a good thing that M. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, the amount of 55,000. "Wilson was not allowed to have things McKinley tariff bill cuts off what The The entire edition of the Lexingto n till his own way. He is a prosy and tire- little foreign market is left to the farmer Weekly Press was refused transportation some speaker, but is smart enough to for his surplus grajn, while it increases The Non Partisan National Woman's through the mails because it had a lotknow when to make a point and to elu- the cost of goods he has to buy. It can Christian Temperance I'liion has iuud tery advertisement in it. cidate it so clearly that the commonest thus easily be seen how great is the ina call for a national convention to be held years, an In a married life of iutellect can take it in. We had an idea justice done him by the government, Pa . Nov. woman, who is but 33, has given at Allegheny (itv, (7h A I 1 I 1 m m w v mm w i am that Mr. Wilson is better than his party, which ought to protect him instead of , IS childieu. Once shu had trip-speech at Liberty shows that ho tho monopolists. If the farmers all over birth to FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. but his J'J-tfClots and live times twins. is even worse, if possible, than that ag- the country will do their duty next ' jt, " '.- -- a The great tobacco warehouse trust One good Jersey milk cow for sale. W.is the largest nnd gregation of conspirators against the Tuesday, they will vote for tho demolast been organized mid the ar-- . W. It. rights of the people. No democrat will cratic nominees and show the republi- has at The potato crop in tho I S. is fullv tides of incorporation filed with the M0ST COMPLETE STOCK vote for a man holding such views as he cans that they cannot be hoodwinked by ti & n rsH cU 50 per cent, short. county clerk at Louisville. of his own par- their specious pleas. does and the more honest -ov & John Jordon, tho negro boy, who Frank Holtsiclaw sold to II ays, ty will repudiate him. committed a rape on a little girl in n0(,kfl.stt.. n harness mare for $100, The McKinley tariff bill iucreases the jfjti&ir-- . y Thompson sold to II. K. Itoblii The great con. con. is getting to be duty on every article of the winter outfit Franklin county, has been sentenced to . CfUt-worse than a common, ordinary, every- and the New YorK World publishes a the penitentiary for 20 vears. Vcy . j -J cvci aiiuwu in ouuiiuiu ni nriti' H0I1 n bnnch of yearling heifers and steers KB5 . . X lie .HIl lll.lll 151.11V JJU.llV. J. i.vn.i.i!, VZ iu-ins low as the lowest. day legislature. Because a few errors ap- table to show that under it the clothing a communicable peared in the reports of the speeches of for a man, his wife and a boy, which last believing consumption v, M. Gooch bought of an Adair Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, cattlo the alleged great men who compose the season cost SlOo.1'5, will sell for SUlo.lO disease, advises that all pupils atlected county man 12 bond of who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have t got into a stew and abolished this year. All over tho country object bo excluded from the public shooK body, they at 2.00. So great is tho danger of a famine in all stenographic and printed reports and lessons are being impressed upon the of all kinds beautifully done. Old Mack Hughes sold to W. H. Albaugh, send jobs to the city. geld- - gold and silver taken in other ways acted in a childish man- people in the increase of tho necessities Ireland because of the potato crop tail of Circularville, Ind., a at market price. Your trade and work is solicner. So far as this abolition is concern- life and convincing them that the turill ure, that the church has issued an ap ing for $260. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A.'R. PENNY. peal to the government for assistance. j ed, it will be good news to tho people is not only a tax, hut an onerous one. The Iifon farm of 2ft$ acres, lying much The National Gazette alleges that in Favette countv, has been bought by who are footing the bill to preserve Owi.no to the increased price of tiu Prof. Koch, having discovered a cure for Miss Annie Price, of Cincinnati at $00. of the matter, which is the veriest rot, and no tears will be shed over it. No- plate, produced by the McKinley tariff consumption by inoculation, has aban-HA. C. Robinon sold to a Chicago body cares especially to read these iniquity, the tomato canning factory at doned lecturing and will devote himself party hi thorough-bred- , by speeches and it is a waste of money to Greenwood, Ind., lias reduced the wages to experimenting. Harry O' Fallon out of a Bay Dick marc, At Danville the safe at F. W. Hand-man- for $150. print them. About two months have of its men. This is the way it is going beer bottling works was blown gone now and but little has been done to to be all over tho country. Uo to the At Mt. Sterling 132 cattle sold at 2 stolen. The show for the expenditure of SS00 or more polls next Tuesday and help to drive and between $100 and 3 cents, 28 yearling mules at $100, 10 to a day. Delegate Bronston expressed the from power the party which enacted such job was a neat one and evidently the mule colts at $50 to fi0 and 15 aged do. Is Receiving His opinion of a majority of the people of tho a bill by castiug your ballot for the man work of professionals. atl(K) to $130. Whelan was shot State when he told a Transcript report- who fought it by speech and vote Hon. Cincinnati, with Cattle are lower in and killed over a bottle of wine in a Chi- bestshippers.at-1- ; hogs are in fair deer: "We are doing absolutely nothing. James B. McCreary. cago saloon by George II. Hathaway, a Itia an expense that will not beneilt tho are steady at Uf in Maine the other night a young gambler, who had just accepted Whel-an'- s mand at 3 to 4.15; sheep Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. State at all. The greatest mistake that 2j to lj; lambs 31 to 5J. a mob invitation to drink. Kentucky ever made is ordering the con- negro killed a white man, when D. N. Prewitt bought at was The Louisville and Brooklyn base Monday a carload of hogs at 3 J, 350 head stitutional convention; what little im- quickly seized and hung him. It provement could be made ou thtTpresent an outrageous piece of business, but it ball clubs aro a tie on the League Chamyoke of sheep at $3 50 and counpionship, but owing to unfavorable 3,000 pound cattle for $75. constitution should have been made in happened in the wrong end of the GO TO. try for much to bo said about it. Only weather the deciding game will not bo 15 days." to BaltiBales Si Wagers shipptnl Since tho above was put in type, the Southern outrages are paraded by the played until next spring. more 14 cars of cattle that weighed from radical papers. This one don't count. Hume Clay has been indicted for convention repented of its hasty action 1,400 lbs. and cost them 3 to 3J forgery in the Bourbon circuit court. He 1,200 to and although it had been clinched by Booker Keed having refused to Bubmit Richmond Register. is now on bail for a similar offense in cents. tabling a motion to reconsider, and unhis claims to a democratic primary, the There were 1,500 rattle on the Winpretense that it would have to Clark county. Ho is the young man der tho committee has declared Henry S. Tyler Feeders sold who got about $150,000 from the banks. chester market Monday. pay tne stenographer $35 a day for evthe party'H nominee for mayor of Louisteers from '2 to 3. Zoc (jay ton, a San Francisco woman, at 3 to 3J and plain ery day tfiat tho session lasted, a com- ville and the democrats will proceed to for a Prices lower than lust court. is walking across the continent mittee was appointed to consider the elect him. It is to be hoped that Mr. she walks purse of $1 a mile, providing whole matter and report. The members Pence Si Farris' yearling pacer, Eddie Iteed will be shown that he is not a big of not having tlreir 15 miles a day. She is in Necannot bear the idea more than W., showed an J in 17 seconds at Danger man than the party to which he owa 100 miles ahead of time. embalmed'for future generations vada, about efforts ville Wednesday. This is a 2:10 gait and nllegiauce. A scheme has been disclosed in nnd they are trying their best to reuig remarkable considering his age. for swindling the insurance comon their childish action. claiming PennsylCol. Underwood Bold to Win. Cloyd 2Ti!ii democrats are candidate for governor panies. Dissolute people aro insured 3 yearling mules at $70; to R. Cobb, a vania for their IZtc. Tub democrats aro often chided by by L'0,000 to 30,000 majority. Stranger for the benefit of others and then given bunch of 1.3S3 pound cattlo at 3J cents, thoughtless persona with the remark, things havo happened, but wo fear all the whisky they can drink till it kills and to D. N. Prewitt a yoke of steers for "Your party didn't dounything for the this is one of those things said to be them. 178.25. GO TO- people when it had the power." When, The coroner's jury over the remains too good to be true. The Madison county farmers met at pray, did tho democrats havo tho power of those killed in the Q. & C. wreck at Richmond and held a mooting to protest to do anything in National legislation CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. trust, Sloan's Tunnel, returned a verdict that against the Tobacco but to propoao measures for tho good of the deaths were caused by tho criminal which waa presided over by Hon. John The attention of the con. con. it the people and fight for eqiial rights to carelessness of the conductor and engin- D. Harris. Delegatos were also appointall, excluBi va privilege to none ? Thoro called to some admirable suggestions by to eer of the freight train. ed to the Tobacco Growers' Convention, new has boon a time, as Oor. McCrea- our Lancaster correspondent. Stoves, The Court of Appeals reversed the to be held at Lexington, the 2d WednesStoves, Vases, Tho oouvention will adjourn ry rery truthfully suggested in his docision of the lower court sentencing day in Nefember. Stove Friday for the members to go poech, since Buchanan waa president until next Roger Williams, marshal of Middlesboro, E. W. Lee, represonting I.oiiman, of that tho democrats him had control of hom to vote. They will also draw their to the penitentiary for five years for killAls full line of Hardware. We make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole Cincinnati, has made the following machinery of the gOTernmont per diem to pay for their patriotism. 'tho entiro agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. effort to arrest him. ing a man in his of in this county: A Mr. Miller offered a resolution reto as to remove tho unjnst legislation of Jmquiror, The Philadelphia We also handle a full line of Queensware and groceries and guarantee The cattle of J. A. Harris A Son; thorspublican party. When they had tho questing the county clerks to furnish the North American and the Harrisburg our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try'our "O. K." Lard, best of J. F. Cash, weight, 1,575; a a a etttemont of the presidency and tho House, the Senate couvention with in the world. , Call havo been sued for criminal libel by of John O. Neal, weight 1,550, stood like a stono wall against any meas- amounts paid by them to the jailers of Mr. Pattison, democratic candidate for weighing of F. Reid, ures of relief and there has beon no time their counties during each of tho past 'J governor, I cause they charged that he and 2 4.10 was tho price paid. war that tho democrats could years. tsiuco tho accepted a bribe to oppose a hill. A petition was read from the Now that, less than a year after the make or repeal a single law. The Bin, Tom Woolfolk, tho bloody young 1 would infcnn my of the M. E. conference, in session sale, two stallions have beaten tho 2:12 cuitomert rupectfullyagain At workold IricmU and therefore, of omission cannot be charged ihjl I am n his father, mother, at mj The Lincoln Natioaal ll.nlr of Stanford. Ky .( asking that every offi- brute who murdered boginning to realand would be plaatad to receive any work m clo. of Axtell, people are against tho party which believes in the at Barbourville, nCun its affjlr. All noteholders and other, brothers and sisters, in sll nine porsons, tha way of looking Mr. having clnimi against said Association are hereby people by the people cial shall be required to takb an oath uovernment of tho ize that when the innocont waa hung at Perry, Ga., Wednesday. Tho notlf.d to present the notes .ad claim Bcaioii that he did not, in his canvaas, abtiin Iowa took $105,000 for tho Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair- the Association for payment and for tho people. was committed in August 1S37, Williams from j 3soodlH.fi OWSI.EVrCi.hier." ing. any vote by bribery, by us of money or crime and placed the monoy carefully ways of tho law it sUllion Hon. Jous O. Warwick, tho demo- liquor, and that no public mouoys shall but by the devious Machine Gun, I'htoli. in his inside pocket ho know exactly Alio rapalrioe for until then. All cratic candidate for Congress in McKin- - bo permitted to be given to sectarian was not attoned was doing. Brooders' Gazetto. OLDTho Confederate Veterans' Associa- what ho ley's district, says ho will beat tho tarifl schools and no board ef trustees shall all and Promptly Dono W. B. Kidd bought of S. D. Gofl 01 Work Neatly Warranted by of 82, has been membership And juggler L',000 votes or more, notwith consist of members of one religious de- tion, with a HEdTHERFORD HOTEL.! cattlo at 4 and 100 bssvl organited at Lexington. Iti objects ure 1,05 Republican National Com- nomination. standing tho THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. nt 4? and of Iko VanMeter HUSTONVILLE, KY.. to cultivate social relations among Itoom up italri, Odd Fellows' building, entrance mittee has sent $100,000 into the district. door to y to assist thoso of its mem- 100 of 1,018 pounds at 41. W. D. Brock P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. Norris "Watts, son of Edward Han-Mr. Warwick Bays that McKinley does I). Goff 50 fancy Cotswold Watts, of London, England, a capital- bers whom misfortune or aicknoss may bought of $. not. expect to be elected. He is blowing a earning a sup- wethers at 5 cents, Dec. delivery. trumpets and beating drums and hopes ist, was shot through tho groin by an un- have incapacitated from of Having leased the above hotel.,refitted'and parties bought here a worthy no removed my office to my retldence, oppo J am prepared to accommodate I to reduce the democratic malorlty and known party while out hunting in the port and to see that the an object of pub- weanlinjc mules at $40 to $50. Winches- site Kcmalc College, where I will be found at all lie In ever becomes etyle. Rate, reaionable rjol thus advertise himself for future party woods near Cumberland Gap. Ho is not HUGH REID. Livery and Sample Rooms attached. 94 timet. ij.Tm ter Democrat. lic charity. expected to live. hoBors. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal .THES I W. F. WALTON. 1 LOUISVILLE STORE I treat deal for selling lungs the market. think it easier muvu. mow prices iiiuii iryuii uiruuiib iinr iiis never nuceh. getting at it. The daily papers have warned the (. XM 1 james b. Mccreary. the public. Such Pronounces the greatest bargains ever offered town rings with the talk not every day. The whole nities selling cheap. We're M l w 1' "I1 are pOjSt-niast- seal-ski- n ( . Lookout for Counterfeit Money Recently put into circulation in this country and. cleverly pass most people unnoticed. also desire put people on their guard about counterfeit clothing and shoes that for sale in this town and. got ten up cleverly as the most credulous. It's an open secret that nouse Quaras inc interests of its patrons as carejuiiy ting honeety into every transaction and o)enng onlu such as can re got the recommend with our established guarantee. and the not only claim right kind; the quality is genuine, not counterfeit, and. sell a better quality and better grade Clothing, Shoes, Dry but Boots, Hats, Trunks, Carpets, at lower prices than ami oilier house in this section the count ru. not forget get as many tickets as on that handsome Plush ox-pre- ss Parlor well-know- n THE t LOUISVILLE fclfS) I m STORE SALINGER, Manager. The Old Reliable Jeweler y?!.t nn Wm in the Lead. 1 1 Hi-no- is 19-2- 1. T i :2g::H2i!i.5affltftSL im ry:h &fm &S5SS5S ",My'V..lLV sr a. x. jraimv Wnlclitis HiuI'JcwcIrjv ...... 1,000-poun- d I .4RUPLEY,--- 's i-'- man FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 110-poun- A. A WARREN'S JIOnEk GROCERY" -- New-Yor- For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, -- Waro-houa- e HIGGINS &JfKINNEY'S Cooking Bods, Fire Sets, to-da- y Heating Boards. C6al$ Coal pur-chas- es car-loa- d car-loa- d car-loa- d . car-loa- 0; com-mitt- ee TO THE PTJBI.IC. irofet-aio- ITotioe. -- nt pott-oflu- e. jS-- tl Cyn-thian- car-loa- d he REMOVED! first-cla- ss I K,-- . 31 Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Ocrroi:it31, Stanford, Ky., tt.awALTON.DUB. ManaRor MEANS medicinca and toilet nrticlea in ut A. It. Controlling interest in Foit S.m:. Poiiiiv'h. Walton's Opera Hoiho. Apply at this Buy your school books, ink, tablet, paper, pcnciln and pcliool supplier) of all oilice. kimla from A. H. Penny. Wantkii. 100 pounds of nice butter and 500 dozen eggs. A. C. Martin, PERSONAL POINTS. May-woo- mons, has held 19 protracted servicis Takk your egga to Joo S, Jouos' and nie McKinney has engaged tlie Heine and has witnessed the reception of :;ui Family Concert Co. to give performances irnt fl i.lu Dtnuulfii P.irtiiifin Ifnils.t H. Penny. persons into the churches. Advocate. ft and 0. at the Opera House Dee. Watciiks and jowulry repaired anl Foil Hunt. My dwelling; on I'pper warranted. A. It. Penny. Somebody, in the hope of gaining a Main street. Miss Liceie 0. Beiuley. Ciii'iiciins in Lincoln and adjoining Thk beat jlnco to liny drugs, patent of a good little cheap notoriety, has made an otTer BUSINESS. Thk llrat snow of thy season fell for n Kov.Iartin L. Fritch. a minister of few minutes Wednesday ami tho weath- tho Hefortned Church, was sentenced at FiiEflii Finn Thursday and Saturday er Heading, Pa., to three months In jail and continues to bu diwurrceablo. at M. F. Klkin it Co.V. to pay a line and costs amounting to 1890 AuiKitT Allison, a witness in the Mart Ciiini mi.i-- . Overcoats for man, all Smith case, was arrested by Chief of Po- $200, for stealing. Hov. I. S. McKlroy, who has been wool, only Sft. Joe S. Jones. lice Hill at Middlesboro and brought engaged for tlio past two years in adding Co a i, nous, coal vases and kitchen suts here yesterdav. to the endowment of Central University, just received at Mark Hardin's. Tiik society premdod over by Miss An- has preached in that timo over 500 serCocoa at Mark HardiuV. m m m i"'VirtVVVVvTXVVV Pay your accounta. I mean you. A. VMi3 for I Infants and Children. I I I MihoMisnik Di.nwiiiiiik, of Huston-villi- , was visiting friends here. Howling .Mum. M.vttik Fixski.i, of Green, in with her mother, Mrs. N. Mn. W. Ci.Hah, Sit., of Indianapolis, is with Ids son, Mr. W. 0. Sala, Jr., for a few days. Miw. J. W. A units and daughter. .Miss Kate, went to Louisville yesterday on a nhoppitig tour. Pktk Hamitiin represented his lodge at thetiraiiil ldgo of Odd Fellows at IOilisville this week. J. II. Wai.kkii, of McKinnuy, hnsbeen appointed to a clerkship in the pension bureau at $1KX) n year. Mn. J. K. Ciiiiihmx and his handsome wife were here Wednesday to attend the wedding of their ludcu. Miw. W. L. Dawson is vury ill with diphtheria and her physician has given up nil hopes of her recovery. Mits. Hi.t lli.vrr, of ltockcastlo, who has been vlnitlng tlio McClary family, returned home Wivlnesday. i. Joxks left this week for New York, of Now Yoik hiking a couple of cattle, whiili lie will dinpo?o of. M twits. Jonas .MrK.n.v,ii: and Dave Poynhr, two of Mt. Vornon's live were in town yesterday. Mamik Smith, of Princeton, Miss Tillio Hall, of Winchester, ate and eiusts of Misses Nnn and Kit H.uititnnn. Mi. miitii In in, lato of this pUif, has been appointed iitimtor of trains on the New Orlwuis division of tin IJ. 1 enr-lo.uls nior-chant- counties desiring tho services to take Huicliall's place on tho gallows vocal music teacher would do well to for $1,000. A letter purporting to have consult J. M. Si bold, of this place. been written by n person signing himUp to date 'JO persons have been de- self "The Colonel," and stating that he clined idiots or lunatics in the circuit killed Benwoll, has been shown to 'be a court and placed upon the charge of tho fake. 1't county and the State, ami the cry is still XKW AIAKUTIiEMKNTS. Mks's suit of red underwear they como. onlv 05 cts. Joe S. Jones, opposite Port, Tiik grand jury failed to find an in man House. dictment against old "Santa Claus" Dal- Go to Joe S. Jones' and see what kind ton for robbing and burning tho store of I will offer at public of n shoe $1 will buy. Call for "sample Jim Carter and ho has been discharged .iuclion.it the ID Uantillr, Ky , on Monday, N .vember 17, i5j,o Irom jail. shoes." Opposite Portman House. county court day, my Itlue l,tm Farm of in xtrci, mtuaiv. muHv.iy between the towns r Danville, Ky , and llarrodiburg, Ky I intiinii making a change in my busiAn Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. is prowling K. W JUNI'MAV, 70 3t ness by Nov. 5th and poisons can secure around over tho Statu with a donkey and Danv.lle, Ky bargains bycallingat once. S. fs. Myers. a couple of as tho leading Tho whole ship's crow Youu taxes must be paid during the characters. ought to be driven to hades. I hereby wnrn nil per.sont month of October. I'nless they are (I against tropatsing on my farm in any form, hunting game of au) per cent, will be added on Nov. 1. T. D. coming down a (light of shuts kind, cither with bum, doc or net, wi bout my per Whim: million, a I uill prosecute them to the etent of Newiand, Sherill. our old friend, Dr. Hawkins Brown, of toe law. 70 W. I. (; R M hS. villi, missed his footing and fell Wi: have the most complete line of Huston headforemost, bruising himself up con. gents', ladies and misses' underwear of OR STOLEN. of lin- STRAYED any liott-- u in the city, all at old prices. slderably and breaking a couple gers on his right hand. There left ur puture on Monday night, Otto- . Severance Son. m d. all-wo- "CatorlalssoTrcnadApUdtochUdrrntlia.t r:ommen.llta3Supcriortoany prescription Catorli curw Colic, known tome" 111 A. AucttBR, M I)., So. OzXo.-- d St., BrooUyn, N, Y, 11. "VltEout Injurious medication. CtNTAun Company, 77 Tub XSfi OonRtlpntlon, dt. N. Y. Slurray Street, FAH1W FOR SAUS rourt-hnutc Dnnxc1 ill li I I Our blood-hound- s POSTED. Stock is Now Complete And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole Agents for the Celebrated I U on his ihoulili-rcaused by collar. Anv informamatinek will be given by the Mrs tion leading to his recoverya will be thankfully reTiiKToMcheis' Association will hold Sat- ceived Tom Thumb Co. at I!: 30 Also a Large Assortment of in the comity court its ussiou S T 1IAKKIS. Stanfur.1, Ky and chilroom, beginning at 7 o'clock. Tho pub- urday, especially for the ladies dren. Come in and see the Lilliputians MEN'S, WOMEN'S AMD CHILDREN'S SHOES, lic is cordially Invited to attend. FOR SALE OR R31TT. find the outertaiuiug show that they give. Mils. Tom Tiicjih wenrs a diamond School children will bo admitted for 15 In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Co. necklace valued ut $1,000, which was pre- cents. Screwed. sented to her by tjueon Victoria, and Tart of the eitate of R V C.ivein, dtt'd Invitations were receivTo HwBirir. many other costly Jewels. Hor drotsos acres Iront on the north sHe of the of the friends of tho fam- ford and Knl Kick turnpike, ad unine AStan. x K are made by Worth and nro as fine as ed by iniinlier Oennv A given Mr. and Mrs. hemp kind. arwe part of i this trait i excellent 'I he balance materia! and art can make thoin. See ily to the roueption corn and cr in Goodyear Welts, in fast almost everything needed.in Hm ..mih ..r .,.1.1 h.- renny bv thegrooni'sjinronts, sik in m ad- afternoon mid evening Oeorgo h. hrr jiiunK A. K. Denny and Capt Hen Ton ell, withMrs. A. H. 1'enny, last night, in son yards of first tract Ruth tracts are well the Boot and Shoe line. with hvr lilt l husband, Count Magri, Mr. and nml the oconsiou promised to be an ele- waicrerl and aia whole will make a gimd farm and his brother, Baron Magri, in "Two lime k'lven on deterred payments i.iera' cld befure January If not mt, both tracts will String to Hur How, or Which Will Win gant sll'sir. he rented, separately if desired, for lhe)ear 18,:. January Hor?" Hon. H. C. is' llcxTKiis. ArTKNTiox W I f.IVI.N'S Eaetuto JAS G Imw is MENT.FEE. A. C. SINE J Is a dittlculty growing out of tho 10. Warren soys the published tiame incorrtH't. Come to headquarters for C publican convention low in Whitley, t A M ms lis. John mi aw Kiimiston ami (Cii.iriir .!...( 'I'.wiii larulinl breech and murjile loading guns, powder Henry McCluro, two clover Crab Or John Tho.naV.tt Vill,.n9l,rg, Tuesday, ''0,1 " lonlw t.h.H.. at low prices for any new uirui tiuura mm- & i hard young gentlemen, wore in to mv the ball entering tho neck and produc- casll, wtinoui The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. od. W. B. McUoberts. us I ucsday. ing a probably fatal wound. Only two Miss I.ovihi: B.ui.ky left yesterday for shots were fired, both by the sherill', the SASIX, LUMBER, Tows- Sai.ks. Mr. George II. Uruce OP LOUISVILLE, West Liberty, Kv., to take charge of a other striking a Jos. Btidge-ford- , hns sold his house and lot on l.owor DOORS, uitiMii class that her friends of tliat place in the hip. Thomas drew his pis- Main street to John II. Foster for $V00, BLINDS, SIDING, have secured for lior. tol first but did not get n chance to use possession to bo given next June. W. Offers the Safest and Host Profitable 'P. S. it. Moore is a t Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Miu. William Caswbi.i. and Mr. and 11. Iligglns sold John Kamsey a storeWebb, Jr., of Knoxville, jtho former a Thomas a man. More trouble is room on Ijincaster street for $525. Mr. INVESTMENT WOVEN WIRE & FENCE. relative of the bride, came up to attend expected. Kamsoy will open a grocery and provismarriage. the ion store. Tin: Myers House lias been rented by In the martet. Wc carry a full stock of everything found in a 'I iik report tliat Mr. J. 0. Florence W. Green, of Mr. A.S. Myers to Tom Thcmii and hor company Miis. had taken the agency at Junction Citv who ntkes charge about Nov. -afternoon and evening appear grew out of the fact that it was consider- IO1I1. Tho price paid is said to be $600. at Walton's Opera IIouso. It will be well ed. He diil not, however, accept it. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract in addition to boarding the family, mak- worth the low admission toseo the three Every Dollar Secured by First Leader says Miss Dolhe Williams Tiik ing it in all, we should say, equal to $1, midgets and tln'ir talented corps of acfor building. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. will play tho accompaniments to the Lien on Improved Real GOO, The rent includes nil tho furniture tors. Mrs. Thumb is only !12 inches high opera of "Amor or tho PreltyJshak'ircss," Estate. is for three, in Lox- -i and fixtures and the contract and her husband and his brother are not which is Hhortly to bo with the privilege of live years. Mr. much taller. ngton. (ireen is a good hotel keeper and will lib, 16 Mn M. P. Hi'iiiiLi: has taken tho agenmaintain the high reputation of this ex- C Cait. Wm. IlKitsno.v, Commonwealth's cy for Tahnayc's great book, "From ManWatch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in- cellent hostelrv. Attorney, keeps a list of the jurors exner to Tlirone," and will supply all who every murder case and by Twelve (12) Per Coat. Dividend amined in wish to read this now life of Christ and CiiitriTCoi'itT. In the caeof Wright turning to his book ho can tell who Declared andS3,(H1.00 Surstory of Palestine ami its people. ag.tinst the Cincinnati Southern for have conscientious scruples, who are plus tho first yoar. Si'KVKixo. of tho pantomime presenta damages, the judge instructed tlio jury liable tn acquit, &c. It is a e tion of Hon Hur at New Albany Monday to Hml for the tlefendant, whose counsel Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. plan and will save him a good deal of night, the Louisvillo Post s.ys: One of subsequently moved for a now trial. W. trouble in selecting future juries. tho features was tlio excellent posing of A. Uolley sued Kobert Harnett for sellMrs. Charles W. Kroinor, who representing him cholera alleetod hogs, but after Cut. KoniKSTint says the white cap Paid-U- p Stock Sold During I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) ed a piece of statuary decorating a street hearim: the evidence, Judge Morrow article in our last issue, which told of his October a gave peremptory instructions for Har- son Kd getting clubbed by masked men, in Homo. Share. Mu. 1. F. Si'iNK, train dispatcher on nett, John F. Higgine, as county attor- was exaggerated. It win a scheme origA I5IG LENE OF the L. fc X. Main Line, writes us to ney pro torn, sued the county for his por inated by the captain himself to make change his paper to Needles, Cal., whore cent of a tine worked out by the tle- Kd stay at home at night by giving him lie goes to accept a position with tho A., fendant in the cao, but tho court of ap such a scare he would bo afraid to go T. S. F. road. His friends regret that peals liaving'decided that there are no down town. Kd got onto it, however, ho will go bo far away, but wish him the grounds for action in such cases, the so the" best laid plans gang aft nglee. Just received. $1.00 of luck. dismissed. Win. Teaters plead best suit was Macca-ron- i, Out peoplo must not bo deceived by guilty to maliciously wounding M.tisha the fact that our merchants have not CITY AND VICINITY. Newiand and saved himself a year by , Ox Entrance Fee and 60 cetiti a month. goods since the it, tho jury giving him four years instead raised the price of their fruits mid ciiuliea just received t McKinley bill. It is sim French Peas. CSr A beautiful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; Glassof the full penalty, which a trial of the passage of the nt H. Zuniner's. assured. After several ply because they do not want to take adware in new designs; Oaccnswarc and Tinware. case would have IlitniitsTcash price paid for hides and efforts at the Mart Smith case, for tho vantage of their customers. All of them No charge for showing goods. been noti- WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. Call and see me. fnrs. M. K. Klkin & Co. murder of Oc Smith, the tiial was dual- will tell you that they havo wholesally commenced Wednesday afternoon. fied by tho manufacturers and Mrs. Tolly Day lloAUiiBita wanted. standing juries ers that nearly everything will bo mateAn examination of the Coll'ey, tanciistor Htnt. omCBKS: failed to find a single qualified man and rially increased. Ask W. II. Higgiua cutMorrow ordered the sheriff to how much the inerean will be on butchor knives, sage Judge cigars nnd noarly John II. Leather, I're.iileiit; summon 10 men from Iloylo to report lery, lamp chimneys, and pepper at Mark lUrdin't. John I.. DimUp, Vlce.I'reiidcnt, everything that his firm handles. s yesterday evening. Tho prosecution is A.J. I.aiifliatn, Sic'jr aiidTreas.; C. M. J'hllliji, General Munnger Finkst now crop Nww OrletniMolaofes assisted by It. C. Warren and Kobert CHURCH AFFAIRS. Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall at A. A. Warron's Model Grocery. Harding and tho defense by Judge M Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Rev. J. C. Gill, a Methodist evangeII. Owsley, Col. W. O. Uradley and MilOvstbiw served in ny etyU and for Jewelry and Silverware. ler Owsley. John W. Yortes, Ksq., list, died in 1iurel county this week. DIRCCTCRS: aalo by tho quantity at K. Zimmer's. IClil. J. G. Livingston will preach at who represented Mr. Hradley in the last r t trial, assisted in selecting the jury as it Logan'd Creek Church Sunday at 11 I orpen my ontirnfitockolquooniware, H. V. UTlnp, John 11. Citleman, o'clock. Marry Wtutlnger, John II. LeattjeM, gliwswaro aiijd woolonvrro at coat. S. was from mostly from his county. George M. Iljvie, Tho Christian Kndeavor Society will John I.. I)iinb), Tho Boat Railroad The case of G. G. Wine against Hon. a. Myers. George II. Kiutin, John 11. 1'irtle, s y. Owsley for 51,0.")0 for a monument, hold its next meeting ut tho Christian J. William C. Ktuilrick, C M. lhllIIuN X3 A NUimisn of tho young people were. was heard until noon yesterday, when chuich, Sunday evening, nt G o'clock 4f MrOH'm c J .M Cabell, John S. Morris, n o o Invited to an informal reception at Mr. thu Smith case having precedence, it was sharp. A (! I.angham, Piii! Jclict, 3 H, II. Buughman'rt last night. Stephen E June The annual meeting of the Amerir. continued till next Monday. It will bo r VI 7 4t CU n there were two monu- can Bible Association will be held in th g .2 P 087 paira of aamplu shoes and boots at remembered that is shipped to Mr. Owsley, one by or- Methodist church hero next Sunday n manufacturers' prices, opposite tho Port-ma- ments der of Mr. Wine nml tlio other by order night at 7 o'clock. A full atteadanco ia Mouse. Joo S. Jones. d. a w 3 4 of Mr. Francis. Mr. Owsley took the desired. A. C. Sine, county president. Rev. I H.aMin, tho converted Jew, at last ar- latter and claimed that ho had not given Orn men's lino shoes have FEMALE-REGULATO- R rived. Como and Ut yourself at once Wine any instructions to ship. Wino is winning golden opinions from tho o' O H S a ?: c members of the Baptist church, who are tht sizes aro complete. Severance claims that he hail a while n O c. Si contract and the suit is to decide which greatly pleased with his discourses. Tho A Sn. : 5 h" and 7 p. u. meetings aro held at 10 a. is right in tho matter. " lirHtM PFoil Kbnt. Tho desirable residence for n week or more. c o Only 7 jurors wore Becured from the and will continue D on Main street now occupied by Mrs. Boyle county venire W. K. Temple, J. "Secedera," as a body of PresTho p o O Ifcttio McKinney. Atsfcly to J.' J. C. Davis, Kd Flaig, J. W. McGinnis, T. byterians are known, held a convention 3 3 M. Clarkfion, J. K. Dodd and John Nash. at Paint Lick which closed Monday. 4tgXH o uic funda for Xovera- - S. Chandlurand J.C. Carson, this county, There are only four churches of them in If. J. B. WELLS, PU. Q. PreBO. Clk. B. H. DANK3, Joweler, To Teach una. Tho WLLBEi f ...111 ..if F.inMi ImrM until next were added and then thecourt stuck and Kentucky and but few in tho U. S. -- TOniDM kW'JMiDFJU oer tinii. wt u "" JiOOK go to Boyle for 15 They behove in close communion and MMDFIEIB week, bo Supt Pickett informs me. W.J ordered tho sheriff to Main Street, Opp. mfTmAWWTAt STANFORD, Ky . more men to report at D a. m. sing pealms Instead of hymns. F. McClary A . To-t- ter.,7."rKby hue f with white ipoti Buel). Waterproof Boots, 1 s, HAITI) SEWED & MACHXETK SEiWED, ai-r- s Mi-si- w m STAGG & McROBEHTS. . M,v-ir- .. The National Building Loan Association Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, SLAT - red-ho- auti-Finle- y IVnny-Sautle- y m m m Manufacturers of 1 IIus-touvill- o, FXHST CLASS X.XTMB33R YR30. L VOBbziDlk -- T FEi first-rat- Hatches, iLoeics md Sewelhy. at SI05 t Installment Stock Sold on Payments of a Share CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Vermacclla Fresh California. Prune. Raisins, Figs, Tail Soup, Kin-ai- MARK HAKDIHr. MEAT-currai- w, DRUGS and JEWELRY HAMFBBN WATCM9 Watch. I m m m SPFIELD'S k S&m -- l . afcg&u - c -- EWSTATION U." n c ?J 1 -- W. S. ICoHOBEHTS, Court-Hout- to-da- ', -- 4. ' v "l" J rr L-- L t, t Mrs. Catherine Sullivan, of Springfield, Irjul, provides for bounties upon tho Ohio, who had grown unsettled in her growth of sugar and silk. Why not these bounties to all classes of fann mind over an exclusivo diet of the Old SW A few centa paid out of tho Testament, had arranged to sacrilko her pro ""uci .Mil 'rTPTiirirM."..l REPARODIED AND PROTECTION am well prepared to liore wells mid will do the 7 groaning treasury of the republic on son after tho manner of Abraham's work in n good manner and promptly Every Tuoadny and Friday Published DUCED TO AN ABSURDITY. each bushel of wheat, corn and potatoes scheme with his little Isanc. Now, Irani' At Ono Dollar a Foot. to the toiling farmers would eucourngo (.all on or address me al Stanford, Kentuiky. was saved by tho happy discovery of a L. T. SMI I II their industry and enable them to com S JPJSK. YKARJX ADVANOIH Protection for rnriurrn !tnw It In 3il jWilti ram that had been caught by his horns by I'rotcctlonliit Tho I.auglif pete in foreign markets with the prodso paid $2.50 will be charged "VB WWhen not a,.. -ucts of tho pauper labor of India and in tho bushec, but tho young Sullivan l)k ItfitultH of Tliclr Arguments Shown Russia. Or, to promote our export trado owes his present existence to tho fact K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD. nt In n Looking Glim. and shipping, tho freight of American that an estimable relative knocked his MILLIONS SWITCH, K.Y. FIHST PAPER. Train leaves Howland at 7:00 a. m. returning grain o:qortel in American ships could mother down just as she was about to WE3EE2& BMjfV?'TvlH w.j,.i.v.iiM Dealer In mt 5:30 p. m The ab?oluto dependence of tho Amer- be paid out of tho taxes levied upon fordisembowel him with the family carving Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps ican fanner upon tho protective tariiT eigners by our judicious tariiT. Twenty miles the Sliottsst to L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. for nil his prosperity hna been so often It was one of tho most profound and knife. That beats the rain all out, unless Hoots, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, ........1150 n demonstrated that it may seem superflu- statesmanlike sayings of our illustrious Mail train going North it bo true, ns Montaino suggests, that l'lnware, rurnilnre and a t 16 pm ' " ' South 1159pm ous to mid anything to whiU has been president before his election that free the ram butted Abraham in the hip Conoral Lino Express train " South Groceries, Making direct connectionsforin Central L'nlon d (vol " " " North 3?am already so well said by onr illustrious traders wero students of maxims, while pocket. Fancy Candies, Crois Ties, Re. &jo am Chicago, St. Louis, Michigan pcmls, Local Freight North president, by Senator Culloin, the late protectionists wero students of markets. 5.l3pn All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods. llulfalo, Cleveland. South.. Dittoit, MIDDLESUOUOUOII LAND SALE. Indianapolis and the West, Judge Kelley, Hon. Robert P. Porter Stung by this incisive and philosophical 1'ottollii.e, I.ivinjttnn, Ky. The latter trains alo carry passengers. New Knuland, Canada, The above i calculated on standard time. Solar and such able journals ns The American remark, freo traders have lately been Tho Opportunity Ono time is about ao minutes taste?, ISoslon, Yorlc, Economist. Tho New York Press, Tho m. Trip via to point out new markets to Faro for tho Hound I'hiLtdelnhia, lUltimorc, WashiHEton, Chicago Tho New York Amurican fanners. Mr. Secretary Rusk tho O , II. & D. Quickest tunc to lUitoil.lnitg, Frankfort, Ky Tribune, etu. Vet tho insidious wilcuof and Mr. Statistician Do lgo met tho issue Middlesboroujjh, Ky . wow has ar lnveled capHlrhtnoiid, VIKl.lMA SALS MD HSD STA3LE, Shorfst and incrcas ng popii LIv;';', with a larne Quickest line 10 the Cobden club seem to make it neces- by pointing out that Europe, to which ital of J16 jorsoro lor thousands,andtut mt, iupitulit Ution and work, STANKOIM), KY. sary to recur to the subject again and freo traders looked for a market for and Investor it oilers unrivalled opportunities ami under wav sgain American wheat, is crowded with a Gigantic a improvements pioirtted (or the home seeking arli.an and Sl'KCIAI. Al lT.NlT' t.. COMMKItCIAL make it MrCO Sidid and The American Economist, which is (Herniation so poor that f of mechanic 'I lie MiddleiboroiiB" l'nwn Company travelers. Iloises and mules bought and sold cost lies,Trains, baggaci cars, smoking cartwith ei iROYALMVM m Pullman IliMidur Sleepers through too little known among farmers, but them, say 150,000,000, actually never make special inducements to these piltcliaiHK' and Only horsetaud vehicles used in liter out change tn Chattan oga, llinningham, Merld at Middlesbo-rougbuilding. Thereat Land Sale tan making direi which is published by that noblo band taste wheaten bread and never luivo onnei lions rn route for Knot, will occur Nov 1.., and in rcMxinie to the ville, Ashes ille, Lynchburg and points III ths general demand the CiiKituiati, Hamilton .V Dayof defenders of American industry, the enough of anything to eat. S mkets to Mid ton It R. will sell on Nov 7 and American Protective Tariff league, in The freo traders thereupon argued illrhnrniu'h j ml tcium ut tine fare for the round issue of Feb. 11. 1S1HJ, had an article that if American farmers would break trip at all points mi tho line Kor rales, pantiihlu its apply to any acni l me v MT. VEKNON, KY. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming "Kansus Fanners Getting down the tariff barrier which now ex- andX full inlorinalionMiCotmuk. I.'rueiMi - vu.i headed II IV.nrK O Augusta, 5litn, Savannah, Helel.'u Mill maintain ton, Charleston, Cit). rhnmasville and Fl.UHI-1This old and Itich." in which it showed by statistics cludes tho productions of these Euro- and Ticket Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. llrsinswick, Lake Charges reasonable, Sps fine reputation. ing its what a resistless tide of wealth was peans thny would gladly buy American points. I fir only line iitntiing solid trains with chTe flowing into the pockotsof Kansas fann- wheat in exchange, and tints give our A distinguishedwientist of New York Cial attention to the traveling public. Pullman llotidir or Palace Sleeping Cars to Jak M. I' NKWCOMH, l'rop., ers, and how rapidly they were passing fanners a new and large market. xMivillc without change tor any dais of passenBut has nnnounced that 1)9 out of 100 of the Ml Vernon, Ky. gers or baggage. e manufacturers and miners in tho accu- right nobly answered Mr. La Toilette, yellow-hniregirls of thntcity use pi Sclma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Deiatur, mulation of riches. Florence. Memphis nnd AltKANSAS poinis the representative of Wisconsin fanners of hydrogen "to keep their hair light." Shortest and un kast in Anmsln Selma, Mo Thirty years ago. under tho free trade on the ways and moans committee, "In I) licet can nci. lions made al NKW OK-bile produces headnchoiu the tariff of I60T. Kansas was a thinly jko God's name, Mr. Sjwaker, is this tho He adds that it FANS without omnibus transfer for liiOvctt. a present and lunacy in tho future. PosHouston, Austin, pled territory, the inhabitants of which kind of market which thoy offer to tho TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. did not reckon ono man among them American farmer?" What, indeed, can sibly ho overlooked tho fact that lunacy The only through, line l .!' ksno and Yn ksbuig, worth evon half a million dollars. To- be moro pretwterous than to offer to may have Mis Shrrvepurt l.a., insking Oirpi t conne lions A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of day Kansaw proudly boosts of her many American fanners tho custom of without omni' us transfer for Dallas rort nh, all in leavening strength. L. S. Goternmcr.t ReArnica Salve Bucklen's Austin San Anioma, II Paso and polntsm millionaires, of her vast increase in popumen who aro always hungry? Is port. Aug. 17, 1889for The test sslve lation, of her numerous railroads, her tho high spirited American fanner to be sores, ulcers, salt in the world sores,cuts, bruins, truer, chaprheum, fever TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. handsomo cities and other evidences of degraded by yelling his crops to a crowd ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tlons and positively cures piles, or lio pay requir I'ur througS lalt-- rnrrcct county maps and lull C. wealth. Kansas horses havo increased of half starved paupers? Is ho to givo ' Hello Tom Glad to see yon. nM fellow Ky ed. on Agent al Juti. ti.n infoimaiiun it guaranteed to gmi perfect satisUctiot, ... An l( CJ. - Ken- - M.. sv.i them food for nothing? Or, if they . innn.ir rvIuntlCU I Mid JS veil.-..- .,'" ,."". It's almost leu yenrsrlnce wo were married. Ml or address call HtANK W W11OI t Iitv, KY. tte for Aj'iHir onnt sime of Is a C town let's bae an riiicrtcDCt) lucctlug. How' Ttav Pass Agl , I ninjton Kv sale by A K. I'ennv, Sunlord, Ky. Kor 'lie wife? " ucVr,IubJ4:t to tne win 01 meuerautrum. ....j. ciimu irum uo.vuu iu ,oi,uuu, hiieep would pay for it by their own producC C liAKYKV. D li PDWARDS "Otil she's so.so. same as niual, alnaji Minttrom 17.000 to jas.000. The value of tions, shall tho American farmer ex( P AT A., ing something I can't afford " Tho Now DlBCOvory. ('invltPstl (1 Is now over $114,000,-000- . change his good, clean wheat for their fnnn animals alone . A. S. " Well, tfc all want something mora than wc'to tfSSaRSfc You have heard your friends and neighbors got. Don't you?" What is the wealth of a Carnegie dirty gewgaws and giincracks? talking about it You may yourself be one or the vQA "Yes but cnes 'want will le my master ' I SURGEON DENTIST. compared with this? And to wliat is Tako away tho tariff and American many who know from personal espenenee juit started In keep down uiteiies, and now IJI njs . have eser tried It good a ihing ill. Jl oxer W. B McRobertV this magnificent result tine? Can any Office on Main street, in 'mean,' and she's tlrrd of saving and nevi r ... tanners woniu 00 ovonvneunea witn a h.w are one IIS lUlHCil iniriiu., you Drugstore, Stanftrd. I bating anything to jour wife Mississippi Valley patriot, uncorrupted by foreign Influ- Hood of foreign goods, which must wondertul thing about it is when once given a clown sirtrt and sueshow forasit.happysw a nurctt'" Newport News .V Vttslibulcd Trains toCo , "K D ' as looked Solid King's New iMsrosery evei ancr nuiu " think she Is and we are economical, ti ence, hesitato to answer. "To tho protec- speedily jwrish in tho using, while their trial Dr ittartAHt If vuu have neser ueu II . .1...1. a little go further hate lo Ira. wife can Philadelphia cough, with R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. tion of American industry resolntely excellent wheat and provisions would and should be ntlliciedtrouble,a secure acold or any than anyon Myever knew,make she's always mt. I set bottle at Baltimoro, Now York, maintained by the statesmen of Kansas havo left this country never to return throat, lung or chest trial It is guarantwd every prl'lng me with some dainty contrivance that a fir adds lo the comfort and beauty of our little home, DENTIST. for tho hist thirty years?" Without tho Fanners' sons would bo corrupted bj once and give itrelunueu. Trial bottles free All points lUit and Southeast. and he' always 'merry m a lark ' When I ask tune orxmoney Only one night out Irom Lesingt a. how she manages It, she always laughs and Mrs. Office on Main street, o voiite Portman House, duties lovied upon encroaching horses, tho introduction of foreign luxuries, K. Penny's given for painless Oh! that's my secret " Hut I think I've rli. Corrected Time Card in Klfrct n ti, i(o up stairs. Nitrous Oxide as cattle and sheep from abroad, how would their wives and daughters would bo eotcrtel her ' seen !.' When we married, we lnth Tho First "'""'"'STANFORD, KENTUCKY. very carrfnl. but she knew we should have to IJaTIr it have been possiblo for tho Kansas spoiled by French silks and German Iast.rn" Xe m eat, can't ou are run down, can'l made onecnndli Ion; she wonld have ber Magazine. Ves Daily STAT IONS. Di. r do anything to your al n't fanner thus to roll in wealth and lux- woolens. sleep, can't And she was right I wouldn't do without It myKipress. Ki Suo.Ki Sjb ou and yo.i wonder what alls ymi isfaclion, self for double tho sabcrltloii price We rrvt ury? We aro already too dopondent on-taking the first B. DR. W. should heed the warning, you are Il together, from the to the last word : I.ve Stanford l" ) n n J t 7 am is1 ji n n on need Captions freo traders will of course eign markets. Tho prico of American step into nervous prostration. will find a nerve the stories keep our hearts young; the synopsis " I.esington... am ..1 6 10 pin1 totm thorsait of Important events and scientific matters keeps Hitters you .. 7 ee pm la " Winchester pm. 6 say that this wealth is divided among wheat is fixed, po say tho free traders, tonic and Electric remedy for restoring our nervons system toils K. V. Juncli.n. me posted so that I can talk understanding! of many thousand of farmers, and there- by tho Liverpool market. They (iropo.se normal, healthy condition Surprising results what Is going 011. tnr wife is nlwj trying some " Ml. Sleilmg. . 7 so pm I JJ pm 0 pm OfficeiSouth side Main street, in office recently new Idea from the household department the use " Morchesd . she t m 43 pm 9 pm fore does not show that any ono 0 them f measures which, they say, will increase follow appetite of Ihis Nerve Tonic and Alterative K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. vacated byjDr. L. returns, good digestion is restored Olive Hill makes all her dree and tlio.e for the children, Your J JJ lm is really rich. Suppose this were 00: is tho purchasing power of that market. and the liver and kidneys resume heathy action. " Ashland and she gets ail hrr pattern for nothing, w lih tha pm 10 je pin 5 s - F. ATWOOD ' CatlettslMirg. Magazine ; and we nsvrd Joe when he na so stele it not tho boast of protected America The consistent protectionist prefurs to Try a botlle Price jo cents at A K I ennj J. j. ALLEN 4J l'" S SO pm with the croup, by dolnp Jut dlrectril In Hit prug store. 11 07 pm o ij pm Huntinften that wealth is hero divided among largo cut off that market altogether. Since t lint I can't tell you half!" batiltartan Lve lluntitigloiu . It 30 am ALLEN & ATWOOD, ' What womle rful Magazine Is It " Arr Charleston numbers, instead of being concentrated tho Liverpool prices nro not satisfactory jt am Eighty thousand pounds of human Clifioii Ferns.. "Ilmore.t's 1'ainily .Magazine, and " 7 jl am ' I.vnchburg TflKNTS nmong a few iordling3 of tho Cobden let us no longer sell in Liverpool. Let hair, valued at 310. appear in tho trade and "What Why Ihalli what UI wanted to bad, lZIJfTT am told her it was an extravagance " "Charlollesville 1st so am clab? Froo traders will next claim tlmt this great nation make its own market, bo will"Well, my friend, that's where yon made a " Washington... s j pm much of tho wealth of Kansas is concen- aud refuse any longer to bo tho slave or returns of Canton, and it could grand mistake, and one you'd letter rectify as City, Tonn. " llsltimme t P' soon .11 you here, " Philadelphia pm trated in tho hands of a few; that tho plaything of foreign grain ppeenlators. ed that it ditl not, nys our consul there, on my wife'scan I'll lake your oh ' right chlni account: she's lxund lohsre a ' New York J AS. G. GIYENS. fact of there being many millionaires This can bo douo in either of two ways. for ns tho majority comes from tho heads 9 so pm WM.AYRKS. tea set In tlmn for our tin wedding next month. " Richmond. Vs. 1 pm My gold watrh was the premlnm I got for gelling proves that this is so: that tho railroads Tho nation can itself buy up all tho grain of beetrs. criminals and dend jiersonp. " OldPolmComfsrl uii a club. Hrtv s a ropy, with the new Premium & GIYENS, Norfolk are owned by eastern capitalists, and bo which would otherwise bo shipped to it is not pleasant to think of its beine. List forelubi.- - the thing out' If yon don't see In It what you nant.you'tu only to write to Trains leaving l.eiinglon alii 40 a anX s on. They will point to tho wealth of Europe, and keep it at home, or it can Attorneys .at Law, worn by the ladies at home, eyen altho' the publisher and tell hltn what ynuwant. whether p m dally, except Sundsy c nneet atm Wipches10 three or four such men, and claim that absolutely exclude all imported nrticles, a new proceases of purill-- c It Is a tark hammer or you, carriage. ami lie will ler for Kichinuail, Ky and j.oinu on the K. C K make terms for either for a club, or for 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. any one of these is worth more than tho thus preventing our foreign foes from it goes through long Limited ition before it is made into wij;s, chitf. partca'h. Ilettrr ubscrlhn right off and surprise) phia. W Vestibule K all from NewYork.I'hiladcl whole value of Kunsas fann nnimals. obtaining our grain by refusing to re Mrs. Turn Onvi'lin jesr will rave fifty times ishtngtonand Shreve fluilding. jimnts East, at Indoii Daily that In six months Or semi lOcentsdlreel to the Lexington ..,-.-al 4:47 t . i dailv Stanford strivesn m nons, waterfalls, &c It must bo conceded, however, that ceivo anything in payment therefor. yr 11 tt . lot .... W Jennings Demorvst. Ii Kaimblislier, Illh r a.i man irim Kichmonil, va., and all J points luus been well iKintcd out by tho News. not all the farmers of our country enjoy .. It ., If.. Stnit, New York for a spcctiuuu copy containing r'UAXK. MAHIMON. iuiMiiiiiiiiii, II. i, nu all local stations r J AS. G. GIVEKS. UicPrvmlum List." tho same measure of prosperity which most philosophical champion of tho rives t.exmriun at u 40 nuon daily eaccpt Sun. A Duty day Stanford iMtnn Tho American Economist has shown to American system, Professor Denslow (for people will use a common. It is surprising that y Accommodation from Olitellill and Intermedials GIVERS & WE WILL SKNU THK be tho happy lot of tho Kansas farmer. many years tariff editor of Tho Chicago "'cI,'re v ,u.bLr luf,', points. Richmond, Kv., and points on the K C dinarv pill h Acker's same money. the lty arrives at l.esmctnn 8 a m, REAL ESTATE, Thero is much complaint of low prices afterward tariff editor of lis hone fortos cure lor sic m.u.n' m Is are a m 10 MAGAZINE cent Sundav Stanford read 10, N. Ndaily,M eiV easily and poor returns. But it has been re- - Tho Philadelphia Press, Tariff League liver troubles The y are small, sweet, Penny. taken lie sure tUkets read A via - II Ky.,K D. peatedly shown that under tho freo trado Bulletin, etc.), that that which costs noth- and do not grips'. For sale by A. It WITH S F II MORM.l, P A .Cincinnati, O IN' CI and 18.57 so ruinous were ing has no economic value. A market Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought tariffs of Cau't Sloop NlerhtB from or sold on Commission. Correspondence tho prices of western produce that corn which costs nothing, therefore, has no the complaint of thousands suffering ou r ' solicited id eter try THS INTSE'XOE JOURNAL coughs, etc was used as fuel in Iowa in 1853. Noth- - value. Tho Liverpool market is given nest prepDr. Ackers Kngfish Remedy t It is theSold on a ONK YKAR KOR $. so ing could moro conclusively prove tho to us for nothing, and therefore it has aration known for all lung troubles. no 5c "I n' ' '"" starfor.1 Ky W P WAI. MiN. disastrous effects of tho freo trado jol- - no valuo. Tho American fanner, if ho positive guarantee at TEE CQEUERCIBL HOTEL icy. Rescued from that miserable, con- - desired a really valuablo market, mu.it "Jiruio itavwrf uouauc.'' Child Killed. A dition, tho Iowa farmer has found a give something for it. This ho does H. OWENS, Manager, ThoShortoot nnd QulckoBt Routo from J. Another child killed by the use 01 opialos given when creating a homo market. ready market among tho toilers of Contrnt Koutuoky to nil polntB North, in theform of soothing syrup. Why mothers give - Kentucky. loom and tho anvil, who havo been tho EiiHt, WoHt nnd South-WoHHarrodsburg, en- The tariff represents tho prico which Children such deadly poison is surprising ir FaHt or its peculiar the Lino butwuon LuxlnKton nnd Cincinconraged by a beneficent protection ho pays for a steady market; and. when when they can relieve Acker child llaby Soother. It charge ct this popular hot j I have taken ..n..v.i.. i.u ..tine tlr. . i .... o nati. ;. ..m,.ni nr mnrnnino. CWICSC3 lit 6- icuceiiwy ho has thus created a market which did aeiu UT ISOttYIUtslwAlEAlT and intend to runit in ahrst class manner in every against lureigu cujuiieuiiun. respect. It is being papered and painted trow it has been alleged that com has been not exist before, ho has a market of as- Penny. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAV n, 1890 top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and burned in Iowa and Kansas for want of sured value, which has cost something Wo Can and Do No 3. t male it pleasant and comforteverything done No. 4. No 6. . able Tor guests. The table shall neer be surpassa market, and Congressman Kerr, of to produce, would cost as much to re- (iuarantee Dr. Acker's lllood Kliair.lor It has Ka Sua. people of this Ki. Sun. Daily. J. II. OWENS. ed by hotelsin this section. been fully demonstrated to the Iowu, a sound protectionist, stated in produce, if onco lot, and which is for Leaving both t is superior lo all other preparations for Lve Cincinnati .. is a in i 00 p m J 35 pm. congress that this was no now thing, but that reason well worth having. If this diseases... It Is a po.it.se cure for It purl18 am 8 Covington... ..I,-i,.niiiumiind mmoles p 45 p m t i ri.tS1 sssf LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Lve Falmouth.-- .. 8 44 a m q 09 p m 4 OS p m homo market is not entirely satisfactory ft"s q Lve m wAole system ind thoroughly builds up the b 17 the 11 10 a in 10 13 p m 5 40 p m .y'- rArr Paris HOUSE,, tho remedy is of course to mnko it moro coiislitution, A' 11, Penny. Daily, Secures to Travelers, Arr Livington. 11 fo p iu 10 jj p m o30 p in This, no doubt, is tho result of inade valuable. This can only lw dono by ex- Lve Paris II TO a m 3 11pm 18 Llfo Worth Living? F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, p an p m quate protection. Kates or duty which pending moro ujion its dovulopment. go through the world a dyspeptic- THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Arr Winchester.. i 05 V m if m ..,. Tablets are a cositive curArr Richmond. - - - Kontucky. wero sufficient twenty years ago nre Tho moro it costs tho moro valuablo it 40 7 30 p m r. London, p m 4 $ Kver attempted between the great commercial Arr Lancaster.... will lw. Whatever taxes or other bur- for the worst forms of dyspepsia, indigestion, flat5 JO p m I have moved to my new Hotel and am better often insufficient now, and a wiso policy and constipation. Guaranteed and sold by cities on the Ohio Uiver and Chicago, and hencr Arr Stanford. may be necessary for this puriose ulency Penny. prepared than ever to accommodate the public. demands a steady increase at recurring dens 15 P m the fastest time and most comfortable trains be- I.ve Itichmond A. R. Good Livery attached and every convenience de- periods. tween all points in ihe South, or to the West and Arr lleiea i oj p in Meantime it is consoling to tho farmer should cheerfully lcar, since sired. Give me n call. Maryland's jiopulntion is uiven at 1,- - Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all Arr Livington. 5 so p in FRANK RILEY. read in tho same cliampion journal al- they are imjiosed only for his own benetrunk lines is denominated The Limited Kxpreis 77 un increase of 10T,:MX). The superb rolling slock e employ gives patrons No. 5. ready quoted, tho American Economist, fit. No. 1. . No Unlimited Comlort As a matter of course tho farmer C. A. BENEDICT & CO., for April 25, 1890, that corn wisely used Say Mi non, gel Monon and slick to Monon, il Mile;' Nvrvo jiiid I.Iva.'r 11114. S 00 a in I.ve Livingston you want to save money and have a pleasant jouras a fuel and fertilizer has remarkable should also bo hecured in his possession 'I liov il An 10 a in Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, properties, and i3 a great improvement of the homo markot, which is thus Ivor IrufK.n i iiiiikI v.ry- through hci on th ney. lull information, time cards, maps, folders, Lve Ilerea Mom.ich the norvea Arr Kichmond For 43 am A liow priur. M. uly fjrn lillluus Lve Stanford to the soil. In any caso there is a vast created mainly by his efforts. Foreljjn ncss, U.i lus'o In Tii v 11. p'las und const p.i etc. call onOor address 7 00 a m TANFORD, KY. W. iol CIU'SII.T. P. A , Louisville, Ky. Lve Lancaster .. 7 43 a m ,i 'ti ', Mr no ii difference between tho burning of corn agricultural products should bo excluded tlon. IAS I1AKKKK.O P A , Chicago, III uoimcii and rlnolri'ii Arr Ku hmnnd.. 10 mi a in Wells drilled to order and Pumps iurmshed at under lo OrW II. M. KOHKKTS, Agl .Stanford Kmalli's'. free trado and under protection. as rigidly as manufactures. Tho efforts Sampiis uu iiii A It )' !. s St.iniord. 5 i cuts factory prices. Lve Kichmond.... 30 10 p in 6 10 a m iiuiy too Under freo trado corn was burned be- of Maj. McKiuloy and his associates on Arr Winchester. s 00 p m a m May TlintiU Her Mtars. Arr Pans ? 40 p m a m cause the farmer was too poor to send it tho ways and means committee for this Tho narrow UMupn or Airs II. M .Soarlos, of T.ve Lexlugton .. a 05 p in 7 00 a mi 3 45 p ra to market. Under protection com is inirpoM deserve vigorous support. They Klkliart, Inil., frum .1 pronmturu doiUli is wonr Lve Paris a jo p in 8 53 am Sliostntos thai "lor Lve Falmouth .. 4 ij p in 9 13 a ml 411pm bunied because the farmer is independ- state that they have dovoted months to derful trnulilotl m: gru illy. I twentr .oins . j a6 p m lioi'jinu vvorsi-Arr Covington. ... tho study of this precise point; and they Had inntliurln;r dpoll. n 6 30 p m 40 P m 10 33 ent enough to keep it out of market. tiroa.h lluttcring; Arr Cincinnati,... i jo P m 10 45 5 m 6 38 p m in hml inuc-l- Pnln niv Tho fall in prices of farm products of report that under tho existing tariff of could not Trains Not. m and 14 run Sunday only between In Bronflt. shou ib r :in bUuuncli Ankles which farmers complain is tho direct re- 1881 $i:!5,000,000 worth of foreign agri Hnullt'ii. Cincinnati and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at ud iimcii anil tllX'm-si- . 8am, and arriving at l.cslngtnii ,at 12 m I.ve sult of their disregard of tho advice cultural products aro annually imported. Trtialtnnni did inn no gixnl until tilol Dr Lexington at a 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at Miles' Now Hi t Curu Hostonilivo Norv which that noblo defender of tho pro- This Injurious competition with tno ln. Thu flr.i a mit. hi unit tue, i.nd 3 33P m. i ion deOn theMaysville Ilranch, No vlriua ly tective cause, Hon. Jacob R. Dodge, has American farmer shows clearly how ial ui A. It I'miny leaves I'arli al 8 00, a in and No. 11, at 543, 9. p m, arriving al given them for more than twenty years. pendent ho i3 uion protection, and how drug loro. A ll..o limU on iliu l.c.viii' and Maysville at 10 as, a m, aud 8 iu. p m. No to ho needs an oxtension of tho pro- Nehvka freo. is the He has constantly urged them to plant much leaves Maystille at 3,15 a at Pans at Tho Worltl's 7 40,am. No u leaves .Maysville at less, pointing out that a largo crop pro- tective system to his own products. so and Tho uxcili'in- ,t csiii.o.i tou great evont Is arrives at Paris at 4 15. P in. These trains at 227,000,-00- 0 B"arcelj I'ljll.i 0 lv' tlnil Of this total of 550.000,000, Iiy thn irri'. duces a smaller aggregate price than a daily except Sunday. discovert- of Dr MIio.Uim lUt'tirJlit ft re n No consist of sugar, coffee, tea, cocoa, It ruiisdai y from to Cincinnati, runall crop. Instead of fonning an al-- j curv ii'Tioi'H prostrution. cli.ing. ,f ro 43 leases Lexington 10 00 am: arrises Paris liance, as manufacturers so wisely do, hidai and raw silk. It must bo admitted llfo, iii, uiilliicsa titul oonriulon in huad. IIH, 10 3 am, except Sunday. uoun k'i.i. iiHlpitu No. 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm;nrrivos Kalmov.Ui and limiting tho acreage of their crops, that Maj. McKinley's solution of tho lion, iMinthiy p tho Id ili", 01c c ' titow & I'o of 7 10 pm : except Sunday. N Y Ti hit 110I Hot, .if lirct-nfanners have gone on heedlessly from problem is a little difficult to follow, for No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600 am; arntcs Cinctn. burg. I'icl , uiul A W II 3 tru. of WimmI. r nati 7 55 am; except Sunday. year to year, continually increasing their he proposes to admit moro than tliut "Ti.n K- rv.ntlutn I'raln Note. No. t runs daily between Lexing of all tliat ho enumerates us agri- 0,nv wo vr otI. mid uitim u.nverit! nny thli'g production. Every increase of demaud, ton nnd Cincinnati. No a runs dailv l.KiuA. ' Dr Miles ii"iv lUuslrutuil trnut a by raising for a time tho price, has only cultural products freo of duty, includCincinnati and Lexington lie on Iliu N' ros anil I u irl anil Ul.il bottlo Nos. j nnd 6 make at tempted fanners to plant moro and ing all tho articles hero specified. Dif- free at A. H. l'viunS drug tur. lor points on t he.V N .V M. V. Ity Winrhestei , moro, and so led them on to destniction. ferences of opinion will, howovc-r- always IMPOKTANT.-Tralnsof this line now arrive by Lexington A wiso application of tho protective arise upon such mutters of minor detail, at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Havlnir removed my limber Shop 10 the Con Station Cincinnati, nuking the production and a loyal support of our gallant leader, prbparid to accommodate mvrciul Hntt'l, I Mills o., Lexing- - principle! by restrictingartificially points North, Kast and West. connections for all dies as well as gentlemen in anything they may Through tickets and baggage scurco without regard to details, is tho only of food and making it wish in my line. Luililren slso watted on. lall destination reached by a railroad. checked to aor sale by all will relievo American farmers from this wiso policy. Tho great object of protec- When Baby was sick, wo sure her Castorla. ton, Ky. IKSSK THOMPSON. on mo. For full particulars address any agent o the Co tion being to cheapen prices, it may bo InCoinmcrciai Hotel. embarrassment. first-cla- ss Grocers. When sho was a Child, ho cried for Ciutoriri. of all L MUNSON.Trav. If this should seem, impracticable re- that tho admission of . II. .MOKSK, Gen Pass'g'r Agt produca freo of duty may When he became Miss, she clung to Barnuin's circus trains collMed nnir fail to use Cream lief may bo obtained by a different ap- agricultural up tho prico and so to bene- "When sho had ChlHren, she) garo themCuatoria. Castor!. Macon, Ga., and two men were killed,' H.E. HUNTINGTON, plication of tho eamo beneficent princi- tend to keep and f Manager. good ple. Tho new tariff, which promises to fit tho American farmer. besides $30,000 diimaue done to tin GENERAL OFFICES: Jonathan B. Wake. Cook. diffuse now blessings throughout the Chamber ol Commerce Semi-Week- ly r InteriorJournal THE FARMER'S HOPE. ox-te- WJEI.I. 1 BORIttTG. .' wSSfU w ;i5.iTiMs:' 'Wov7'r?",, . I" HFEtfsCRK ril uo iT.IH:. IHIILTOILSr Queens-ware, M itsuattaTOasw SB ..- of Ilomo-Sookor- s' Inter-Ocea- i. ijiujci;:, New KNEW ((DMJDHJAVy, 1 1 ono-hal- h firtt-cla- st kIIiI - NEWCOMB n I !!..a -- .. HOTEL A AKlNfi Sj-ii- . d rox,-id- POWDER I, Absolutely Puro pro-existe- UiO,-000,0- RICHARD WARREN PRICE, s 1 1 x 1 I I 1 -- -- -., -- 1 1 11 OLD KY. ROUTE Washington, 1 . -- Step-Perhap- s I " think-ca- PENNY, I f tlile-pag- e -- Dentist. 1 1 rjn 1 . . . B- . ! I I . . ? I Johnson riilJlli . I 11 4 1 il 1 4 AYRE3 bl.-e- '( sps-cl- sK J -t ! mmmt .I..-.- -.. I EEMEQE. tofil ...' 1 1 Int'r-Ocea- n, Piiicvlllc, Kentucky. (oi-y- i DEFOREST 1 11 I 1S-1- 1 1 Kentucky Central R.R. u 5- - - ' th-- t. i- -- coon-ryth- A NKW FAST MAIL South-Hound- m - r a 4FV jss .. 1 sJ sm s I THE RILEY . ...'!..'.. (1 1 . " North-Iloun- d. . si- I 3 '' 35, . 11 t ib-.- ! ilo-.- 1 m-- , & ' fesspfjxi-- TJp In-a- sh-ir- t .l l I 1 1 1 v l;M-- d 1 . The BEST FLOUR - - lalr. 111, 1 CREAM the For 1 - I 1 11 slcpu-s.ntj.)- , , ! , FLOUR . s two-tlurd- iit-k- h r islui-tion-. connei-tinn- s made Roller ! 1111 In- two-third- s Don't Flour if you want Bread and a happy T4 1 Vlce-Pre.- " 'c-en', out-lit- . Uuilding, Cincinnati, O. N U- - . ft. '. . . k ..u. J wMnwM.MM. . r I f.t Hs 9 ,.i.iii,i)ljSSl simj ssisnart yi U. ' ' '''.f'1-itf1'!- a '"' ' i"i'.i '' 1 t i" tfilOmn.. v(' J V 9 .