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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890110401 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. X m Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVITI. HUSTONVILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1890. NO. 71 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. bo far into tho future that ho has ....... .....! I.l .....It t , . . . !.. . . . . 11 ii,iji7iii.it-,inirm i in iiiiiiii mill ...ill I... ii;iiiulii me J.yon oouiedy Co. opened a .i IBS Lunette Severance, ol Lebanon, Florence Yowell bold itf yearling temporarily a resider. o that place. We on the DanThe House weck.8 ,Iwmt.Ilt llt thu ,nt, v,8,twl t ,,er f Having received .1 NEW and ELEGANT LINE ,IoU80 ville pike, oneand Lot of 14 Acre now occupied w(0 cotton mules to Dahonoy it Son, ol nvrta to mile from Stanford, kivo Pot tip, biituxMiro comfort-- 1 J(M. Sovornnco.8 , ,, ,nnrricd last niKht. It is said to be a ood show by Mr K Thurmond. It n well improed, haf of Kali and Winter Millinery, nnd secured the w, $S0. Adair, nt services of Mr Kdmiston, I invite the ladies of fine orchard, good garden and water. ed by the return of Dave ,, a ewbern and , McKinncv and vicinity to call at lower room of h(i (J U) ,)r Anh fl( 8mnI, lw of ,,,,,,,, MIIS. FANNIE DUNN. Squire Adnms exhibited from his Veranda Hotel. , iiiivi njtuin in juir Will Severance, of this place, will be they will no doubt play to good crowds with h .nuiii MRS F J. TANNER, Harden n raspberry tuij; studded nessee. McKinney, Ky. 64t each night. one of the attendants. well developed and ripened second crop Tho nieethiK at tho ISuptiat churcl John Long, from the Lynchburg, The unusual spectaclo of a mother did not learn tho variety, of fruit. Wo House on I. ancailer street In Stanford, containprogress two weeks Sunday and daughter standing black-- . had been in side by side as neighborhood, was ni rested by Deputy ing three rooms and cellar. Good cistern hoi din; but think it one .of ..our popular .... about too bam It of water in yard. and many additions to the church i. is wu last caps, nn annual miner, ii i. uw. it... have been made. Mr. llifi'e, tho pastor, brides, was presented at JeHersonville, U. S. Marshal Pigg, charged with selling 6a.tf I fjrbld k.nfollcs and their folk's folks, my folks J II. HIOGINS, Suslord, Ky. and their lolks, as well as colored folks, to trespass liquor without license. The proof was beSaturday, when Mrs. Susan Alcorn to fruit kind which Is represented or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm is a young man of extraordinary zeal en mo Mrs. Herman Yealer, and Miss conclusive and Commissioner Hurnsido without my permission, or they will be punished monthly. and is untiring in the labors of his call- Mary Alcorn, 10, wns changed so Mrs. held him over to the U. S. court at Louto the full extent ol the taw. mean what I say. Tho amenta of Parsons, Kansas, nur- ing. Disappointed by his THOMAS C. HALL. jam promised aid, Ilenrv Lucas. isville. John Harris, of this nlace. was series made, Inst week, one of tho largest ho has heroically proceeded with tho Owing y continued bad health, I have formMr. Hoiighwcll Howe and Miss Mary also arrested upon tho same charge, but deliveriea of fruit trees oversold in this I L. Klkin, ed a partnership with my brother, d of two daily services and succeeded in Hutterworth, daughter of tho Ohio con-- 1 ho produced a license covering the time under the (inn name of M. F. John .V Co , to Elkin locality. There was nearly a arousing an interest unprecedented in knowing themselves Lot on ttt. Persons Main Street in Stanford put oil at Moreland. Fanngressni.ui, had named Oct. '.',0 for their ' tho sales were mado and ho was dis- - take effect Oct will please call at once and settle, their indebted to ins tho history of his church at this place. lam uuible to see you in person ami need my wedding, but because of tho dangerous charged. to the incalculable Bani-tiirers are awaking Containing i acres. pamotley badly. Thanking you for your liberal Misfortunes ceneially come in Hocks. illness of Mr. Howe tho marriage took On last Friday night the safe nt tho tronage in the past, I ask continuance ol same tobenellts and pecuniary profit of a Terms easy. T. R. WALTON, Stanford. Scarcely had Dr. Ilrown quieted down place on tho previous day. The groom Iv. C. depot was blown open Respectfully, anil about ward the new firm. plentiful variety of orchard and garden .l. F. ELKIN. .. ilinrit in tint n titfiih nf till aV after the splintingof two broken fingers- died on the day originally flxul for the $175 and a certified check for SCO taken ti f.mtu I of his right hand, the result of n "headIt seems that the burglars first went into nuptials. crnuu area devoted to such ttiat sliouio Troos For Salo Choap. a porch on winch '" -- The Owensboro Messenger of the the shon of Mr. Mayfield, where they nnd eventually will lio. , , ,, .. , .. w I "'pec ...g .. coupon o rare .'51st says: "Mr. B. M. Brazeal and Miss procured a lot of tools and used them on and have a nice lot of Apple Trees, GrapeforVines supplying Stanford with the best ' -IRaspberry I'lants, ol my own raising, sale. 'lowers, w hen his attention was called to Florence Briscoe Wells were married last the depot safe. They then went to In the corporate limits of Rowland. ..,i...,.i,.(nr...r lnt.1 prince of land. tents eajh and others the AppleasTrees 15 to close out the business in proporI wish tho wreck of a ten dollar silk umbrella, night ut 8:30 o'clock, at the residence of ofilco of tho Lancaster Coal & Lumber tion, 8 II J. DARST, Rowland. lords, wo have promise of a worthy P. L SIMPSON, Stanford, Ky who tho work of Jim Buck, his juvenile tho briilo's parents, I lev. and Mrs. M. II. Co., and mado an attempt to blow open to Wood in Henry Camnitz, spaniel, that is developing a rather ex Wells, by Uev. Dr. H. LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. certainly possesses a fertility of ImaginaII. Uivers, of that safe, but as all tho tools, Ac, were properly directed would sup- pensively and destructively inquisitive Iouisville. The ceremony was perform- scattered about the floor, it looked as The undersigned will rent for the year 1891, on tion which turn. Tho broken fingers and umbrella ed after tho ritual of tho Methodist though they were freightened away. reasonable terms her Farm ol 330 Acres, t miles ply Jules Verne points for a masterpiece, Ircm Millcdgevilie, Ky. The renter can have the of cataclysmic suggestivenesa, are trivial We offer for sale privately our farm known as privilege of seeding this Kail. Appls to Tho check that was stolen at the do-pchurch in a peculiarly impressive mannnd relegate Mulhattan to tho list of the Gcorpe Anderson place, 4 milo from IlustonMrs. NANCY JENKINS, mishaps in comparison with the disapFriday night was found near the ville, on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acres. tf ner, in the presence of a largo number of backwoods historians. We predict that Danville, Ky. pointment which tho crippled fingers friends of the young people. The brides- cattle pens Sunday morning. Capt. Call rooms and well xvatered. Mrs. C's. reputation as hostess will soon W. Rood dwelling of 6at Ilustonville, Ky. us oil or nuurcss deer-hun- t in tho moun maids were Misses Tiniu Wells, a sister J. Kinnaird, of Middlesboro, was o with tho travel so fortu- entail. A big JOHN ELLIS, here House and Lot at Crab Orchard For Sals, jo-MARY ELLIS. tains of Wayne had been arranged for of tho bride, and Allio Frayser; tho Sunday. Clyde Herring, of Louisville, nate ns to include Ilustonville in Its cirthe doctor's benefit and the disability of groomsmen were Messrs. Joo Braztal spent Sunday in town. Ed Buchanan cuit. A House and Lot, consisting of i Acres, locaof his trigger finger occurs just before he ted at Crab Orchard, Ky., and known as the Sla-vicalled and W. IL Oglesby. Tho brido wore a Las accepted a position as salesman ot J. K It is fortunate that you have property, one Block Irom Depot. The house packed his traps for n start. We handsome costumo of serpent green Joseph's dry goods Btore. Jack Hout, of contaiussix spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one to the fuel that an election will bo had t offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm open porch and portico, with all necessary outpresume that a few of tho reflective class broadcloth, trimmed with gold passemen- Stanford, was hero Sunday. Mrs. Jane of 60 acres of bottom land on Dix Kiver; 31 acres buildings. Call on or address D Ii. Edmistoa, held next Tuesday, else scores of voters who heard that tho doctor's vast im- terie. Tho costumo of Miss Fravser was oung leaves this morning for Lexing sou n in wheat up and all riirht balance in crass. Crab-t Orchard, Ky., or me at Pineville, Ky. would have received their first notice 1 lie 36SAMUEL BLAIR, M. D. provements to his mansion were prelimi- canary silk an J lace, that of Miss Wells ton, her future home. Dr. Tom Hood Koocj uwpiung nas o rooms; there 11 a new barn, well, fine orchard and fencing nearly new. in your report of results. In a not very house-keepeTerms, half cash, balance in one and two years, we nary to tho installation of a Blue Chinasilk. After thu ceremony a has purchased Mrs. Young's property on with interest. II not sold will be for rent. Posbrief acquaintance with elections will, in view of tho postponement of 1801 cannot recall a canvas of even approxi the hunt, accept as correct our orthogra- splendid supper was served. Tho bride Richmond street and he and his Bister session given JanuaryW.t, ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. f J which was not attendmany handsomo and useful will keep house. received mate importance I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerphy of the wonl deer. If tho Solons, who are tinkering presents. At the conclusion of tho cereset pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford and am prepared ed by ten times the Interest. We appreto furnish any kind of LUMBER, SHINGLES. t, mony Dr. Kivers recited a chaste and with the constitution would make some hend nn unusually light vote in our c, at LOWEST PRICES. I wifl sell the Letter From Texas.. the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. beautiful poem of his own composition, provision in the instrument by which especially democratic, In view of To the Editor Interior Journsl This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and me a trial. Pastoffice, MAYWOOD, KY. Give unbounded conpeople could obtain their rights with- others not to trespass on our lands without pertho apparent npathy or Ktiikl, Tex s, Oct. 'J5. It peems like written expressly for the ocension. Tho the A. B.BASTIN as all such will bo prosecuted to the full selection of Dr. Rivera to officiate at tho out delay, they would do something that mission, of the law. Signed; fidence of tho party workers. everything is a pull-dowand drag-ou- t est extent appropriate would entitle them to tho thanks of the B. W. GAINES. Dr. Win. Drye, of U'xitigton, is for the farmers at this time. Last July, marriage was peculiarly :P.A.XiIj, J. IJ. McKINNEV, Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, JOHN G. LYNN, amongst his many kinsfolks and num- when we needed rain, wo couldn't get from Iho fact that just 29 years beforo he publicgenerally. Under the system now Mrs. ALICE TUCKER. IOS. BALLOU. C. HALL, W. A HAMILTON. Blue-Gras- s berless friends, almost able to dispense it; now it not only rains, but pours; 35 acted in the same capacity at the mar in VOCUB at .. " 1, S. PHILLIP8 M C ,., - , loast two ;tbinla of a,., ""'", 1HOS.REYNOLDS. leg. If the leg per cent, of tho cotton is lost and still it riage of Uev. and Mrs. Wells, the parents 01 wie circuit courts is taken tin with J. L. BECK, Mrs ALICE J IIAUGHMAN. villi any nid to his new V. M. WARE, Immense stock of fruit and ornamental trees. R. II. COOPER. business of the Commonwealth, to the W A. COFFKV builders could produce n short authentic rains. Cotton seed, which all the while of tho bride. Grapevines, Asparagus, small trees, and everyMrs. M A. MARTIN. thing for the lawn, orchard and garden. We have exclusion of litigation concerning tho ROBERT HARNETT. J. E. HRUCE, bet of such bofores and afters, It would has been selling for a bit a bushel, in no agents, but sell direct at low prices to the planA Boy's Essay On Girls. business interests of the people, who ter. Write for catalogue to rapidly move to the front as tho princi- the last few days has gone down to t)c. Girls is great on making bleevo. She H.F. HILLENMEYEH. pal industry of tho age, for all of us old The legislature, has passed a law to draw will make bleeve a dol is a live baby. have rights that need to be enforced in t4 Lexington, Ky. or chanc- a line Itetwcen cotton-seelegal tribunals of the State. Tho the lartl and pure ones would be willing to take tho She will make bleevo she is orful sweet rights of good, citizens are Personalty, Crop & Farming Imes of an amputation to look 'JO years hog lartl. In one sense of tho wonl it it on another girl or a feller, if they come required to be secondary to plements. tariff" would Ih doub- is right and beneficial, but still it cuts younger. Hut.tho the trials of to see her, and when they aro gone she ttt tl rjlfa iira tltlntma-, . " t. - 4.. 1.. ........... v;,Iwforo McKinloy retires and a leg the farmers down, and yet thev depend led uuTginrai will sell to the hijjhcst bidder at my residences I desire to sell my (arm of about 130 acres, situof a on the farmer. Our farmers cannot ship will say, "Horrid old thing!" miles wet of Stanford on anu 01 every conceivable would soon represent tho valuo ated about is,i miles north of Stanford on th Girls is always fooling a feller. She Hush Branch pise, opposite the old church. Thero character, the cost of which trials is paid Tuosday, IfovomTaar 18fch, email farm. their produce to market because the acres 1890, are about jo well in wheat and rye; the balance slio gets tho best of yer -- Mr. G. C. Lyon sold to Thompson, freight is as much, if not more, than can't lick yer, so by taxation imposed upon men who are of the farm set in timothy. Good dwelling of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new that way. The lollowinf; property good citizens and who have no connecMartin it Co., of Xew Orleans, 61 fancy they can got in tho market fortheirBtntr. barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can If yer don't do what a girl tells yer she tion with the crimes of thoso who perpe- Fifteen head fancy harness, saddle & brood horses, be given immediately. For particulars, seu' J. P. HUgar mules, undoubtedly tho finest lot Hon. James Hogg, our candidate for Bailey, Stanford, or write the nndersigned at i Dair is governor, says if tho pooplc of Texas says yer horrid. I drather bo horrid trate them. The cases ot t e Common- Forty-fou- r ol work Mules. fed Bouth of Kentucky itlver. Chris head of NEW YORK CATTLE, if Cincinnati. Ohio. E. WITHERS. you do what a girl tells be soft. If it wealth have precedence over civil busi- Fivenot som oeiore u.iy ot sale;fat Heifers, 8 good conceded to bo tho champion feeder of will elect him, ho will appoint a com- than nice yearling Steers, 7 you, you will do all sorts of foolish ness and the result is that thoso who aro Milk Cows, 8 Calves, a Hulls, 1 yoke of Oxen, 1 the Suite. J. T. Koso sold to same par- missioner to regulate the passenger and things. bunch of Hoirs. a nice lot of Shoats; entitled to the time and attention of the Forty acres of Corn, ai stacks of pure Timothy ties u pair of aged mare mules for freight rates. Why, if a man boards a Girls can bo good in school every day I sell Implements; Hay, 500 Locust and court are required to take back seats un- One handsome newPosts, FarmingHarness, 1 Phae- erty.wish to houseprivately my residence room, propCombest it Allen bought of P. L. Pat- train without a ticket, ho is charged 10 The has rise rooms, store Surrey and panif they feel like it. I shud think they 15 hands, try, front verandah, back porch latticed, good ton, Household and Kitchen Furnltute. til there has been, as is usually tho case, terson a good cotton mule, u mile ! cents cellar with windows on south side; outbuildings sumthing known on day of sale. Terms made would git tired and have to do nil new, consisting of meat house, henery, coal nn improper disposition of the culprits for $V0. Of A us Thompson 10 light feedd Mrs. E.B.JONES. While Sells Bros.' circus was going house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are two cents; of Winter from Fort Worth to I)e unison tho car wonse in a while; I know a feller does. nnd vagabonds who disgrace society ing cnttlu nt about good cisterns, one at house, the other at the sta. orfull, but when a bio. There is an abundance of fruit, including of light shipping cattle at containing thu lions was thrown from Girl8 8.iys fellers act with their crimes. Tho judges of tho Wright a lot raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, it sho acts order than any of same party tho track and a female lion got away. gits grapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple county courts ought to bo lawyers, and i n lot of fine yearlings feller thirst. They don't caro for noth- required to trees. Also some nice Jersey Cows and heifers -- OF A. hogs, LViO of hold a court for tho trial of at 'J J to 3 cents; car-loa- d and kill She created great consternation bred to registered bull. Ono harness horse, ono Butler and ed n great many cattle beforo n farmer ing. horse, pounds average of John A. every as soon as a crimo is Valuable Lincoln County Farm. combined child. both gentle and can be driven by woman or One buggy and phaeton. a feller to carry her If a girl wants r:nn Piiniiiiiiliniii at 31 to 3). C. & A. laid her out with his Winchester. She Also 81 acres of pasturu land, which will be committed; when the witnesses can be Adair Circuit Court. sold in one piece or divided into lots to suit purhome, sho ain't satisfied unless obtained weighed up to Kugenu Leo SO head of weighed 100 pounds and was 11 feet books and if the culprit is guilty pun H C. Baker, Admr with the svill annexed of W. chasers. Those wishing to buy a lot cheap will 1. Williams, deed., Pllf., vs. John W. Williams, have a golden opportunity. she gets the samo feller tho other girls ish speedily, or if slop cattle nt -' cent. Same lou(. 1,000-lb- . innocent turn him Ac , Dcfts. Notice 57.1m J G. CARPENTER, Stanford. want, whether sho likes him or not. decree in tho parties bought of L. 0. Dunn 10 heavy loose, nnd not tax tho people by confin- By virtue of a the September aboved styled ofcase, Tho State Fair at Dallas is in progress term, 1800, rendered at the Ci iris aro grato on having secrets. I oil lot; of and many of the lino bloods are getting Adair Circuit Court, I svill, as Special CommisBloppera at -' cents, less 55 ing him in jail to bo fed for six months They make a sesioner of said Court, 011 at a time at the public expense, nnd alHunn & Burns 20 head at'JJ, less 1 per pompous in our community. Mr. I. J. mean telling secrets. at all and then tell W. Allen bought of Combest Cimberlau, tho noted ranchman in Tex- cret out of mitliing And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. head. J. lowed to continue tho case until it is Nov. 1890, of good feeders, 1,H2 as, I am told has tho finest Durham it round to all the other girs, orful quiet, worn out and the witnesses dead. The A-- Allen 30 head Desiring to quit the drug business at Ilustonpremises, sell to the highest bidder at pub-Cn the my entire stock average, at 3 cents and $1 per head pre-i- n utock on tho ground. A few months just as if it were sumthing dredful. cases of rouuea and assassins should not l,c a"1,1"5".,?" a creditor of 6, u and ts months, ville I offerfor sale Mystook of fresh Drugs and is complete in every cquaj n, tallments, a certain Tract ot Land known Chemicals Girls always gits their joggerfry les- be jiven precedence in in. I happened out on tho horse much m P W ilhams farm, lying in Lincoln particular and the business is a paying one in over those of meri as the back Will also rent the entire house my store lightnjng contrac of J. H. Sunburn, said to bo tho largest sons better than a feller, but if they aro torious litigants who are compelled to Co. , out he Water of Hanging Fork, andimmedi-atelK. C. Bradley, tho on the pike leading from Danville to Ilus- is located In The house contains 4 good upstairs git G. A. WASH, Ilustonville. from tor of Harrodsburg, was up last week one in tho United States. 1 was some- going anywhere, they aro sure to seek the courts for an enforcement of tonville, about li, miles Win, Ilustonville, being rooms. P Williams to W father-in-law- , the same land deeded by lost. with his family, visiting his his their rights. Fiat jmtitia runt calum. what astonished to see the fine bloods II. Hudson by deed dated August 19, l83i, and If two fellers has a fite, the girls all go County Court Clerk's recorded in the Lim-olSALE AT John Drye, one of the fow West in one pasture of 13,000 acres. Ho has office, to which reference is made for a full depatriotism and 100 head of the finest Norman stallions I for the feller that licks, no matter whethDEATHS' DOINGS. scription, containing 258 Acres 2 Roods and 34 End pioneers left, whose good for anything else or not. Polos. Said land will be offered in two or mere On account local pride will insure tho mingling of ever saw, for which ho gets from SoOO er ho is A dispatch from Danville under date tracts and tben all together, ami the bid or bids sell privately of continued bad health, I desire to s my farm of 320 Acres of If a girl don't feel like doing a thing, will be accepted and reported which realize the native soil. Lincoln to $600 per head. Ho owns one whole bis ashes with his lard at a bargain, in a fine state ol fertility. Would of tho 1st says: Mr. M. P. Saliee, a weal- largest amount of money. Locution one same soli joo acres with improvements. proud of Dick, and our vicinity county, and at Houston n fine brick ho- you can't mako her, no matter whether thy and prominent and upon the is justly same At citizen, died this terms thewill selltime and place of Land containing mile south of Stantord, and the laying of the farm I the Tract boasts of his adoption since ho won one tel, which cost 5200,000. I also visited sho had orter or not. If sho won't she evening of Uright's disease, with about 40 Acres, more or less, conveyed to said is superb. There are a all of the necessary imwhich Williams by A. provements, including won't, and she will git out of it someframe dwelling ot five of our most popular girls. Georgo tho ranch of Mr. David Light, in Denton how. That is all I kno about girls this ho had been ill since September. He Jan. 1, 1867, and W Ilarperand wife by deed dated rooms and hall, a Urge basement barn, and all recorded in said office, lying in familiarly county. Mr. Light is u buildings new For further information, apply to of Harrodsburg, inoro waters of Harris Kentuckiau, and came hero ten years ago from Wayne said county on the of the purchasirs Fork. good se IIOBT. McALISTEH, Stanford. with Bonds required known locally as tho "poor man's while in conversation with him ho said time. hearing interest from date of sale and county. He leaves u wifo and several curities, effect of a judgment friend," and family, paid his Brother that ho came hero 110 years ago with oO A sweet girl graduate, says an ex- children, nil grown; one of them is tho having the force andC. BAKER, Special Com'r. 6j-tH. his first visit last Wednesday. Tho cents in money. Now ho Is worth $500,- - change, thus described tho manner in wife of I. T. Lanier, of the firm of CaldTom THE extra 50 pounds avoirdupois "u carries 000. Jons K. Heku. which a goat butted n bov out of tho well it Lanier. 177(5 Hince his last bird hunt in '70 not tho previous Mrs. Meota Simpson, wifo of Mr. W. front yard: "Ho hurled in Kentucky has a better reputation, 1. Two Ways to Dkstkoy Stimi-s- . Co. No Hotel its proprietor is determined that and so(m convinced him that his only misend of his anatomy against the boy's af- L. Dawson, died at a late hour Thursday shall be maintained. aion in the fields now is to superintend Horo a hole L inch in diameter, IS inciter) terward with an earnestness and veloci- night, after a week's illness of diphtheOF STANFORD, KY., starting of a now mowing machine deep, into tho centre of tho stump, and ty which, backed by tho ponderosity of ria, aged 37 years. Mrs. tho Dawson was Is now fully organized and ready for business with He has ndded to Its appointments However, ho carried a put in 1 ounce ot saltpeter, tilling up tho goat's advoirdupois, imparted a mo- thoroughly or conscious of her approaching Friwith water and plugging up tho hole. mentum that was not relaxed until he end End expressed - - $200,000. nico string of birds homo with him her willingness to die, Paid up Capital of day, and left invitations with several This should bo done in the fall. In tho landed on terra flrma beyond thopalo of but regretted leaving her husband Surplus, 13,500. friends to n 'possum supper and "cake spring tho plug is to bu taken out, J gill tho goat's jurisdiction." m and three children, tho youngest of A First-Clas- s walk," the 18tlt Inst. Tho feast and of kerosene poured into tho hole and set which is hardly o years old. Professing SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Tho foreign steel and iron men, who religion at an early age, BANK OK STANFORD, festival will be n triple celebration. on fire. It will burn out tho stump to Where the choices wines and liquors ate kept. nearly all of Commercial traselers svill find eveiything tho farthest root. have just completed a tour of tho South, Mrs. Dawson's life had Primarily, an old stag house-wanninfor their comtort. been spent in (Now closing up) with the same assets and under champion archifall boroi hole 1 inch in di state that they aro moio pleased with tho management. 'J. In the the chiefly in honor of our tho church, and tho Christian chinch By provisions ofsamechatter, depositors are as lt tect and builder, Dick Uradley, who ameter, 10 inches deep, into the center prospects of Middlesborough, Ky., had no tiuer or better member than she. fully protected as ai depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually has just turned over the. keys to a Iiouho oftho stump, and put in j pound of vit-wi- than any other place they had visited. A loving wifo and a kind liable to the extent of the amouut of their stock There is more coal nnd iron in tl 0 mother, her loss is irreparableand gentle therein ut the par value thereof, in addition to the which Georgo nnd Ids wife aro de-- ; rol and plug very tight. In tho spring aud will amount invested in such shares. It may actas lighted, its there has not been a deviif tbo whole stump and roots through all immediate vicinity of Middlesborough, bo keenly felt years after tho sod on her executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully us an individual details of tho con. their ramifications will bo so rotted as to Ky., than anywhere elso in the South. tion from tho slightest grave has grown green again. Her reTo those who entrusted their buismess to us owner's interest. je easily removed. while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank o( tract, except in the Tho Scientific American says that tho mains were laid to rest in Bull'alo Ceme- Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and Secondly, tho cako walk, an especial they will 'continue to transact their business Alex A. Arthur, President of tho Mid' skeletons of small animals, such as mice, tery Friday afternoon, after a short ser- trust us, offering a a guarantee for prompt attenwith feature, will bo hold in strictest conformay bo obtaiued by placing, tho vice at the grave by Itev. John Uell tion to same, our twenty years' oxpeneme in Ky- - Tow Company, is rats, Ac, . ti,n ..lab&rato cede Roveriilnirt1 C8b,ro!1Rh. banking and as liberal accommodations as are mi Tho ants will In Gibson. .i uu with sound banking. - (Imtrilintini. Ifnu.l n most superb album, carcassea near ant hills. ' Rttch contests and thu winner win the meat off and Ieavo tho UIkkctohs: record, wo learn of 04 pages, profusely illustrated with timo strip good shape. tiilixl to an ofilcial Grand excursions to Middlesborough, Williams Mt. Vernon J.J. M. Hail Stanford; ; photographic views of Middlesborough, skeleton in HUSTONVIIiLB, KY. selling fa J. S. Owsley, Stanford : Ky., on November Sth and 9th. Half that Capt. P. B. Thompson is Cumberland Gap and surrounding counJ. S. Embry, Stanford; a Are t till In the business tnd ready to do anyI. Tho great auction sales of Town lots faro rates on all the railroads. voritointho poof! with Jes Logar on try. thing In the Undertaking line. We have a full J. E. Ljtin, Stanford; .. second. Lastly, tho date falls Mlllcdgeville; at Middlo3borough, Ky., will commence stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes closo A. W Carpenter, A year ago there were- but fifty peoplo of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly George's eldest K. Ilaughman, Ilustonville; Go to Middlesborough, Ky., and see on November 10th. Half rate excurJ. K. tho BOth anniversary ,of Stanford; short notice. J. Cash, Gooch, Stanford, Ky. new can be obtained on business and Mr, J. B. bow a superb now city is being built. sions on all the railroads, good for 15 in Middlesborough, Ky., to day there William Grein has charge of cur will shos brother. May wo bo tuero. our foods to any one oeediag anything in our are nearly seven thousand. Shanks, President. S.1L rates on all tho railroads. nt Somerset Half-far- o reach .;.,,., 1 l FOR RENT OR SALE. 67-t- f V FOR RENT. POSTED. 1 3KTEW FIHM. ' ear-lou- FOR, SALE io y .,,.,, ... Fruit For Salo n Twenty Building i,0ts I suc-cew- or 6i-i- FAUM FOR,, SALE. U 54-- boco-exteusiv- Farm For Sale. ns r, 6j-t- NEW SAW MILL. lum-ber3- -y pn-clnc- POSTED. at ) n 1890. ' Nurseries. PUBLIC SALE d law-abidi- 1 Farm For Sale. 1 rs S-- 5. FOR SA3C3S! 6j-t- '-'1 Commissioner's Sale law-break- er '- '- Thursday, HCCTSB FOE, HENT 13th, le. y si-a- m n ?m M : SAW, blue-gras- Bo-lio- 48-i- d THE MYERS HOUSE Farmers Bank& Trnst pelf-binde- r. Pool nnd Billiard Parlors Saloon, --- th j ... con-aist- J. T. STTTTOIT de CO, - Pat Castle's contracts days. J. U.Owsley, Cashier. Ine 6.tf $ ll1"-'- ' If? rVr 1L. -- -- - ,JW Vr-- l Jy - Wlirj fy " i --- ?r -- TfcT- & Rev. W. J. Simmons, for ten years president of the State University for colored neonlo at Louisville, died a few-days ago. After a 10 years' pastorate at Bards-towRev. W. E. Keller has resigned and is considering a call from a Presbyterian church in Shelby county nud nnotner at Meridian, Miss. once The annual meeting of tho Ameriwhich was to have can Bible Society, evevy been held at the Methodist church Sun day night, was postponed till next Suninter- day night, on account of the missionary is a (.jiiovku Cleveland has been A vote for Gov. McCreary to day vote against the Force bill, designed by viewed by tho enterprising reporter, meeting. Rev. L. II. Salin, the converted Jew, tl.o republicans to peipetuatothemselvis when he expressed great confidence, in is drawing large crowds to his meetings in power by taking from the people the the election of n democratic Hoibo and is awakening conduct of elections for congressmen and tho final triumph of tariff reform and at the Baptist church and Of Hhe cool soon to an interest that must result iu a grand apdemocratic principle. Says he: "The placing it in the hands of supervisors Goods, is, as democratic party is thoroughly united ingathering of souls. Tho meetings will pointed by partisan judges. It eye., 10 a. m to wech. Reed expresses it, a bill to give the re and has planted itself on democratic continue through the week at even wech, publicans power to do their own regU principles. It will not abandon its sa- and 7 i i. bebe Ion Those who attended the District tration, their own enumeration and their cred cause, but will continue the warwe wech. SoWomen's own certification at the point of the fare until it achieves complete success. meeting of the for Mc- Tho party that knew no discouragement ciety of the Kentucky Conference, which bayonet if necessary. A vote auxiliary society here, Creary will also emphasize the disgust iu 1SSS will not wave or falter in lSDO." was held with the were amply repaid by listening to the man feels for the tarill' that every honest A somen ocean horror was added to encouraging reports of tho great work bill, which 2o years after the war and in the long list Thursday night. The these noble women are doing. Tho prestime of profoundest peace, raises the steamer Vizcaya and the ident of the auxiliary, Mrs. W. G. Ran-oto life in ice price of nearly every necessity of presided and read a carefully preparforced from the Cornelius Hargraves collided the same bi order that money can be and both went to the ed paper on the progress of the work Where pockets of tho poor into the purses of night off Barncgut Of the crew and passengers of here and elsewhere. The corresponding and otnere, who bottom. the rich manufacturers of to docs tho Vizcaya numbering S(, 07 are known secretary of the society, Mrs. S. C. in turn will repay the party, which has to have lost their lives. Tho others, gave a report of tho annual legislated in their behalf, by contributclinging to broken pieces of the vessels, amounts raised by the ladies, which last ing even more largely to its campaign will also were picked uq after terrible hardships year ran up to over $75,000. They have fund. A vote for McCreary by passing vessels and saved. These tell missionaries in many fields and MissXo-di- e show your repugnance for the arbitrary, tales of horror that almost make the Andrews read a letter from a young se unjust and unprecedented methods of to lady in Mexico, which showed both the heart stand still to read. Reed and his mob in disregarding every amount of work done there and the great right of the minority and of turning out Lkadixo republicans tell us that the LjU y no . i ' . By request Rev. Ben . i mi Invn.nn , r-..,! VIim iii it i' honestly elected democrats to nil their will not have anybody up to vote for to- need of more. on his favorite Helm made a short talk every goods have no claim places with creatures who gone day and as many of them have subject of missions and urged the 700 to a, except that they will be on the seats Set. wo suppose they were telling the to awaken to the pliant tools in the hands of the majority truth. Anyhow come out and voto for christians in Stanford Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 31. importance of contributing more largely A vote for McCreary is protest against McCreary. to the effort to save those who now grope tho extravagant and reckless manner in in darkness. The exercises were furP. T. Gentry, of Boyle, hold UK) head which the public money is being squanThe president left Washington yester- ther enlivened by solos and duets beau- of cattle to Kratzat 4. .JO. Tho h2 head dered by which the largest surplus ever day to go to Indianapolis to vote. This by Miss Libbie Pegan, that Capt. R. D. Logan sold him nt 1. 10 in a national treasury has in less than is u patriotic duty, but it looks mightily fully rendered music teacher of theMillersburg Col- averaged 1.770. two years been spent and So0,000,000 like it will he love's labor lost. We the lege, and Miss Andrews, a pupil. Miss A. C. Stagg sold 70 acres of his farm more besides. The republicans are wait hope so, at least. Pegan has one of the sweetest voices im- on Salt River, including the improve ing with bated breath for an expression aginable and being thoroughly cultiva- ment, at i'.H). J. M. Walters bought from the people. Let tho condemnation The republicans are making a weak l i,.,. . opened on Lunca .stcr street in the old Daviess , property a full that there claim that they will carry the House by ted, she is enabled to us it with an ef- cars of fat hogs at 3 to 3j and a car of bo so loud and bo pronounced line of brand new mistaking its import. Iu ad- seven majority, while the democrats are fect that charms every lover of music. sheep at3J. llarrodsburg Sayings. will be no of her singing is the The Jessamine Journal reports sales dition to the duty you owe tho country, confident that they will have it by 20 or One of the beauties absolute absence of affectation and her of 10 mules at f 75 to $150; 31 sheep at GROCERIES AND it should also be your pleasure to com more. readiness to accommodate. She is al f 1.25 and 500 bushels of whwit at PS cts. pliment the man, who has done as much ways in tune, so to speak, and the inev- The latter was raised by K. P. Young, Glassware and Confections and invite the public to call and inspect NEWSCONDENSED to prevent ns any other singlo member my stock. My motto is "good goods for the least money." itable cold that vocalists have seems nev- whose crop averaged 20 btihe!s to the the infamous legislation that disgraced snow fell at Watertown, er to affect her. She sang at the mornAt acre. of Congress just closed. True N. Y., Friday. I buy for ra.h and .ell for the session me to , ci.h. ((, the parch. r money A.llni; a iliMe I Tho Uessian lly has ruined tho early ing tervieo at the Methodist chinch and the i J! f.,.r iI.jIiii u ill, p.f ,,., anj pr...M,Miuratl,nS m ymii. 10 r.1..,. ho has no opposition of consequence, The Xew Albany Rolling Mills burn- also at the meeting of the Christian En- sown wheat iu Ottowa county, Kits., and but that does not matter. Go to the ed Saturday night; loss $75,000. J- - W. KAMSISY, deavor "Society, at each of which she was Lafayette, Cass and Jackson counties, st., and help roll up the largest polls Tho Lancaster Hotel, Squire's large the recipient of the warmest compli- Mo. The damage is so great that the in the disdemocratic vote ever cast snd Jones' grocery store ments. She also sang for the benefit of fields will be plowed up and tho grain retrict. burned at Corinth. a few friends at Mr. S. S. Myers' in the placed. Garrett Southern has been arrested afternoon, when those whoso privilege it Pecan nut growing is one of tho risThe 90th birthday of Hon. David Merwhich he celebra- for assassinating young Watts near iwether, of Louisville, was'to hear her enjoyed a feast of song ing industries of the Gulf States. After and has confessed. week, recalls the fact that he has ted last that they will not soon forget. Possessed the trees begin to bear they involve no The census bureau now says the of youth, beauty, grace and a voice that labor or expense, and yield, it is said, about as many offices of honor and held trust ns ever fell to the lot of one man. population of the United States is -- is melody itself, Miss Pegan is destined from $500 to $1,000 an acre, according to He has represented his county in 18 ses- 4S0.540, nearly two millions less than the to become famous in the musical world, the quality of the nut. Joe A. Cohen bought in Nelson sions of the legislature, was U. S. Sena- first bulletin. las the largest and if she wills it, and when she does she Armour & Co. and Morris & Co. will have no more sincere county 150 steers at '2 to 3 cts. per II). tor for tho unexpired term of Henry MOST COMPLETE STOCK Clay, was governor of New Mexico, Sec- have bought 13,000 acres of land in Lake in her triumphs than her Stanford ad- They will be slopped at Glenarme distillery. J. L. Cogar bought 1,000 bushretary of State in Kentucky, n delegate county, Ind., where they will establish a mirers. OK and build a town. els of wheat at 91 cents; 100 barrels of to the constitutional convention of '40 big packing-housAND TRADE ITEMS. FARM Washingion dispatches express conold corn nt $2.50, 2,000 barrels new corn and 'oOand has held numerous minor Clipper. ollices. He is still in good health and fidence that there will be a gain of two In Daviess county 9,000 bushels of at $2 per barrel. Midway ever shown in Stanford at nrices Frank B. Harper, the owner of will go down to Frankfort next week to democratic congressmen in Pennsylva- corn sold at 47. g as low as the lowest. ,ii&A&2?' Solons some point- nia, hix in Ohio and two in New York. Farm, will retire from the turf with give the Ono good Jersey milk cow for sale. B. F. French, the noted Perry counthis season and sell his string of fine ers on constitution-making- . , Remember that I have one of the best watch-makerW. B. McRoberts. in the State, thoroughbrod racers. He thinks he can ty outlaw, has employed Judge Wui. Kratz bought 03 cattle of 1,000-lb- . who can do anything in .Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to Ik a speech the other day in Ohio Lindsay and W. M. Beckner to defend do better, financially speaking, by breed Senator Sherman hit tho prohibitionists him iu his trial, which will be held at average in Bourbon at 4J. raising and selling annually tho pro send jobs to the city. Kngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old J. E. Lynn sold to Bill Nye, alias D. ing, and others a lick by saying there were Winchester this month. duce of his tine sires, Jils Jnhnon. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicGOO wethers at ? cents. X. Prewitt, only two parties in this country. Others Woodford ited Rossington and Longfellow. Augustus Sharpe, proprietor of a and I guarantee satisfaction. G. S.Shelby sold to Allen, of Marion A.'R. PENNY. spring up like shadows to disappear in large Sun. Btore in Louisville, acgelding for $200. shades and no third party ever ac- cused ono of his clerks of stealing and county a The Richmond Register says Col. I. the D. X. Pre witt bought of John complished tho object for which it was now he is called upon to defend an acShelby Irvine sold to Wesley Wnrnock, a bunch of fat yearling cattle at 3 of Missouri, a folly at this jack for $S0O. formed. It is worse than tion for S25,000 damages. cents. W. T. Tevis sold to Deatherago lit Km- time to throw your votes away on Bro. for the Things look rosy in Indiana P. C. Sandidge sold to D. X. Preiwtt bry 25 cattle at 3. James B. Gilliam. Let's muko the thing unani democrats. Tho election of 10 congress100 wethers, for 1st to loth of December to Lehmon fc Co., 70 head of mous for one of tuo best congressmen men, of the entire State ticket and a ma Parkessold delivery, at $4. fat cattle for Nov. delivery, estimated that has ever represented this district. jority of 25 on joint ballot in tho GenA cucumber is exhibited at Montweight 1,750 lbs., at 4 cents, and T. D. gomery, Ala., which is 33 inches long, Chonault sold to same 129 head nt same Mn. Jous W. Lewis has at last struck eral Assembly is predicted. Having satisfied himself that the 12J inches wide and weighs G0j pounds. a good thing. Tho president has apprice, for same deliuery. Is Receiving His a member of the commis- census returns from New York city do B. J. Treacy, of tho Ashland Stock pointed him E. W. Lee has shipped eleven car do her justice, Mayor Grant has, af- Farm, Fayette county, has sold to Geo. sion to investigate certain lands and im- not loads of slopping cattle to D. L. Moore, trotprovements in the Round Valley Indian ter consultation with Gov. Hill, demand- Beerman, of Berlin, 14 highly-breof Anderson county, to be fed at tho ters for $40,000. Reservation in California at 10 a day ed of Superintendent Porter a Give him a call. distillery. They were bought at Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. At a meeting of tho board of directB. S. Mattingly it Co. puyhased of and expenses. This is much better than about 2.00. Jos. Haas has been buying sitting up in tho constitutional conven- ors of the Richmond, Nicholasville, Ir- Elizabethtown parties 170 fineslop steers, orchard grass Beed at (55 to 75 per bushel. ville Railroad, held in Lou- average weight 1,100 pound", at 2 cents. & tion and being forced to hear the'alleged vine Beatty Henry Thompson, of Morton & Thompisville, it was decided to turn tho road Lebanon Enterprise. great men bloviate, for ?5 a day and son, bought 22 extra sugar mules of John .GO TO. over to tho E. T., V. & G. railway sysStrother Garth sold 100 head of fat Tewmey at $150. D. X. Prewitt bought 'board hiBself." tem. 4 cents. cattle for December delivery at 3.05 per The Cumberland Valley Bank and Redd & Bro. bought of Calvin Patterson of E. W. Leo 2,00 fat wethers at Palm leaf fans, which aro emphaticalcheapest way to raiso the newly organized Citizens Bank at 32 head, averaging 1,800 pounds, nt 4 J pound. ly the poor manB Poor Einbry have bought in Madtho wind, will bo doubled in price next Barbourville, have consolidated, and Mr. cents, December delivery.I-exingtoison 1,000 barrels of corn Bhucked in tho They have heretofore been Davidson, cashier of the former, has re- Gazette. summer. fiqldat$1.50per barrel, or put iu rail u MODEL free of duty. The McKiuley tired. J. A. Black is cashier of the conadmitted M. F. Elkin & Co., bought of B. D. pens for feeding, at $1.80. W. S. Lyne, of fat heifers at 2.30 to of Boyle, made nn investment of $17.50 bill put a tax on them, in order to help solidated concern. Holtzclaw a lot O. W. Davis, president of tho West $2.00 and a bunch of fat hogs, weighing some fellow who allowed the fat to be in a thoroughbred Berkshire gilt. Her fried out of him for the republican cam- End Land Company, has sold its addition 200 pounds, at 3J cents. They also first litter of 5 males and three females of 65 acres to an Eastern syndicate, for bought of W. A. Hail and Georgo paign fund. were sold for $125 and has the sow with 1129,000. Mr. Arthur and others of the Vaughan a bunch of heifers at 2 cents. another litter left. Tho corn yield is not There is u good deal in a name after American Association aro said to bo iu The fall meeting of the Central Ker-tnc- as good as expected. It is found that all. Neuemiah Jagg has been forced to tho deal. Middlesboro Democrat. Fair Association, at Danville, was tho cars aro not as full as tho shuck withdraw from the Iowa State prohibiIn Pulaski, Tenn., Owen Jones, a postponed till Saturday, on account of seemed to indicate, and the effect will bo was the tion ticket because his name negro brute, chloroformed a young white on that day to cut the average considerably. Sales subject of all manner of ridicule by tho woman and outraged her. A mob gath- the inclement weather, but some fine sport was enjoyed. Tho speedy were made at Lancaster on Monday at opposition, though of tho ered as soon as it was known and taking Gambonito, by Gambetta $1.50 per barrel in tho field; $1.70 shuckMr. Jagg claimed never to have had a Jones to the woods gave him the choice Wilkes, reduced his record to 2:27J andJ ed and put in rail pens in field; $2 delivGO TO- life. jag on in his of limbs from which to swing. He pick- Connor, tho C. F. Clay yearling, wont a ered. Record. The Mississippi constitutional conven- ed out one and ho was soon dangling quarter in 30, a 2:20 gait. In tho 2i21 but Bud McCoy, tho leader of tho nototion has adjourned sine die. PityKen- from it. Then a volley was fired at his class Bessie Wilkes won, with McAlisten rious McCoy gang, was killed near a railbody and 40 bullets pierced it. same could be said of what the tho property of J. Will James, of this FORtucky's aggregation of intellects. The The director says the coinage during county, a close second. Time, 2:31. road camp in Logan county, W. Va., by Mississippi constitution makes 02 printed the year was the largest in the history of Gambonito won tho stako and a man named Dempsoy, of tho Hatfield Stoves, Stoves, staRo was captured by gang. pages and is said to be the longest of any the mint, aggregating 112,69S,071 pieces, the of Tex l'owell Clayton has been inciting vioStove valued at $00,254,430. The value of gold Roberta in 2:32, with Gentry's Gambetthe United State, except that in lence in Maj. Breckinridge's district in pieces coined was $22,021,748.50. Of sil- ta colt, Idol, second. In the as. Wc make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole Arkansas and trouble is feared there to- Alse full line of Hardw-r- e. readers declare that tho ver dollars $35,923,810, of subsidiary sil- class Collinwood won over Gill Boyle day. Goos-bfor the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. agents m and Russell in 2:28, and the match raco long and severe ver $892,020.70, and of minor coins cominK winter will be a Common labor in Middlesborough, We also handle a full line of Queensware and Groceries and guarantee Gold and Bilver bars were between Mellissa, Maggie II. and Oaka of the one and the ominous silence our prices to be as low a3 anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best as follows: Porter, after 5 beats, was won by the Ky., is'in great demand at prices rang conviaiUJ that it must manufactured $7,045,357.80. Gold Times in the world. I ing from $1.50 to $1.75 per day. silver former. Maggie II. second. Time 2:25. ' be true. JAJIES The legion of friends of that splendid gentleman and finished lawyer, Judge W.S. l'ryor, of the court of appeals, will learn with regret of his financial trouStanford, Ky., November 4, 1890 bles. Owing to numerous security debts he has had to make nn assignment of his estate valued nt $73,000 for the bent-li- t F of his creditors, who declined to permit him to give up their homestead DEMOCRATIC TICKET. as he and his wife oflcred to do. Judge Pryor is letting far advanced For Congress, in years now and his misfortunes como at a time of life that ho will bo unablo B. McCREAUY. to retrieve his lost accumulations. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal CHURCH AFFAIRS. THE LEADERS ALWAYS L THE ADVANCE. W. WALTON. jcver headed in the mighty race fur public patronage. Our immense bargains, our tremendous inducements Land us easy winners time, wliile our special sales stamp us as THE GREATEST VALUE GIVERS entire vicinity. The weather and the certain advance take place on almost all hinds of Dry Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Jfats have caused us have a big trade the past lrunhs. Carpets, lie are prepared for a larger this as it will a time you buy the best goods as low as fore sell them this By laying in Enormous Quantities Winter Goods Spanish-Am- erican y, True-hear- t, Early iii the season before the great advance sell at the old art able prices, notwithstanding an advance of do per cent, manufacturers and importers, can yon find another such establishment in this section the country that offers such advantages the public as THE LOUISVILLE S TORE 1 fish-fu- g With their vast tacilities and inmi.cn purchasing power, then are able uauaic ana quicniy mrnorer goods in such great quantities that then can ,a wholesale. una sen ooas un. man tliGortli.nn.ru ... itememocr tiat you are setting with dollar's worth of you bun a tichet entitling yon chance on that lla ndsome Plush Parlor -- .."- -- I SAI.IXmsit, 3Innuer. Hew Store, INSewGoods. , HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. h 1. 1 i to-da- Lancaster Stanford. store-hous- e Mid-dlesbo- ro The Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. G- g?A. R. Penny 1 well-wishe- e Wnlclics and Jewelry s Nan-tur- n slow-movin- 2&$JZSg2i , dry-good- s Dud-der- ar d Mc-Bray- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. V1 i n i AoAoWAMMEM9! GROCERY" ky For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. -- a 5 fuu-raak- ers HIGGINS & M'KINNEY'S -- 1 Heating Cooking Hods, Fire Sets, Boards. Coal? Vases, Coal nk Lou-kvii- le $23,342,-433.3- 4; s. l! ' V'i,. j.. . v i ii. f- - - FitKflH pickles, prunes, raisins, citron, Two Chinese r foundered Takk your ckkh to Joy S. Jones' nnd Semi-WeekInterior Journa. get 'JO cu. Opposite Port man House. " Ac, nt J. U. Foster'. and COO wnrriora wero drowned. Col. Thomas IJ. Farleigh, n Chii.I.y, cloudy weather is fitill the orPoll Kent. My dwelling on Upper Louisville lawyer, is dead. der of the day. The mercury was down StANFOKD, Ky., NOVKMIIIMI'I, 1890 Main street. MIbs I.iceie 0. Penzley. The men-of-wa- ly 3 SSVvrSXAVi well-kno- m m B.O.WALTON, MEANS hub, MonnRer BUSINESS. 1 Controlling intercut in Poit Sai.k. Wnlton'H Opera House. Apply at this olllee. . It. I'cnny. Vw your nrcoiititH, mean you. Watches ntitl jewelry rujmlreil nml Wk linvo the most complete line of Tarranlt'il. A. U. Penny. for best ilnco to liny drugs, patent Ki'titH', Indies anil iuIshoh' underwear of Tint medicinvH nnd toilet nrtlch'8 iH nt A. 11. any liou.e in the city, all at old prieeH. Caatorla cures Colic, Conttlrvitlon, 'Cnntorln Is so well adnpW to children that Knir tatlon, Sour Stouinch, Dlarrliri-n1 recommend ItnBiirwrlortoanyprcscripUon Pennv'B. fc Son. . , . Sevorance Kills Worms, gives slwp, and promotes didations. known to tne." II. A. Ancnrn, M. 1)., Uuvyour Bchool bookfl, Ink, winew. gestion. Wk have rented the property known Without lnJurIou3 medication. IU So. Oxford St,, Krooklyn, N, Y, aper, pencim nnn bciiooi Hupum-Tin: diflpatrhe say that J. R. RutHull, nBtlie Commercial Hotel for the year EIihIh from A. It. Pennv. The coal that is found at Middlesbor- Tub Centaur. CoMPasr, 77 Jlurray Street, H. T. Stanford, lino been granted a pension, ISSll and have two good suites of rooms ough, Ky., makes tho best coking coal in but Dock, wliose initial they ure, Hiiya for rent. These rooms are comfortable PERSONAL POINTS. I America. he hasn't even applied. nnd well suited for small families. M, K H. Cnow, of Warren county nrriv Mahiikii NEW AD VKHTISEM E.VTS.' Reuben Thompson, F. I'lkin A Co. ed yesterday to attend court. Ir you haven't voted when you read 11. Rkminu, of the railroad n brother of Conductor It. 1). Thompson, JtnoB W. hail his hand badly mashed while coup- this line, go to tho polls, if not too late, cuiiuniwdiiii, was here Sunday. Hemamin Cuoitiikk, of the Hee I.irk ling cars at the depol Friday morning. and put your ballot in for the democrat... .OP.. .. He had only been braking a week or ic candidate for Congress. A democratic iimity, wuh in town Saturday. House will be a tremendous check on Forty Basistowd Joraay Cows, Mits. W. C Pmri: and son, Willie, two. the party in power. SunOf the bet butter families were guests of Mm. J. K. Karris, Mn. S. S. My :iu has rented the store Rioter Stolu' I Coomastie, day. C. vacated by Mr. II. Iv. Wearen, oproom Hon. It. Signal and Champion of America Attention Huntkiis. MihH Mannie Auoiti) ha returned posite tlie Portmau House, and will Wnrren says the published GnmeLnw is Clwuly related to Hurotut 778 lln. and 46 Ibi. from a visit to friends in Amlorxon move his stock this week. Ho will also incorrect. Come to headquarters for 4 ot nnd Idaofhutter a year joI'nncen id, n week of 8t Lnmbcrt lh ikoi lluitentar-l'oKitcounty. Inrmcnttr and St Heller. Sale run a iirstclass restaurant in connection hreeeii ami muzzle loading guns, powder at WiImiii .V Trcacf ' liable, Lexington, Ky , oil Misa Ki.lkn Il.M.mi' npent Sunday with with his grocery busiiiesi. shot and loaded shells, at low prices for her parent) and returned yesterday to cash, without any new tariirdnties add- Thursday, Nov. 13th, 1890, Tinioroii his Washington attorneys, SomeriM't. At i o'cl :lc p m ed. W. H. McRoberts. I) A. CWVENS Klmar. h Herd Cyntbuna. Ky Muuiiw. V. L. Thomson nnd W. T. with the assistance of Gov. MuCrenrv, And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole I' stMMONS, Stratford Herd, Lexington i.KO CiitiTiT Conn-- The jury in the Mart Tnylor, n couple of our Itockcaatlo friends, Mr. J. M. Hendricks haH succeeded in Capt I. C Kiild. Am ti'.neer 71 Agent3 for the Celebrated getting a pension of i'J'J per mouth and Smith case for the murder of Oe Smith were in town F.Mn) Mtss(U:aTtE (iiiAiiv, whoenmo up to drawing his back pay, amounting to was completed by noon Friday, after nttend the innrrinue of her couin, Miss $738. Deafness ami tlieumntisin are the three days' eflort, by the addition of J. I will ofTrr at M. Hackney, II. J. Perry ami James in Dnvillr, K public auition at the grounds. Ni .t! y, is Mill with friends here. on Monday, November 17, it. . Wilson. The rest nre: W. 11. Temple, county court djy, my lllue (irai Kiirm of Mil ami Mas. Urn W.w.i.Bit, have Aires, simatoo midway lictecn the towm uf Wk have no interest whatever in the Also a Large Assortment of moved to Middlofdioro and Mis Mnntie J. C. Davis, 11 Fiaig, J. W. Metiinuitf, Danville, Ky and llarrodsbiirc;, Ky K V. IIANDMAV, question of wlio shall 'be postmaster at T. M. Clark-son-, them. It. Dodd, John Nusli, J. Harris went up Sunday to visit Danville, Ky MeKinnoy, but it doo look like a dirty, J C. Carson and Samuel (.'handier, nil of 70 jt MEN'S, WOMEN'S AMD CHILDREN'S Mis Mix.meStuuh loft for Hunting-ton- , measly trick, capable to bo performed Hoyle county but tho last two. Tenn., yesterday to talce a Hsition only by certMiu republicans, for Mrs. In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard The testimony wns all in by Saturday in a large millinery store at that plaee. Hannah Fair Ward to be ousted while afternoon, hut the arguments did not hereby warn nil perwm aKaitist trcipaism); DanMils. H. K. Sami'i:i, wife of the Screwed. 01 farm an) she is oil on her wedding tour. Wo un- commence tilt yesterday, o the jury en on my either in any form, hunting came m per kind, with gull, doe or net, wi bout ville druggist, fell from an ntturk of verderstand Rev. W. R. D.ividhou lias been joyed Sunday in Stanford. This case lias .(ion, an I will prosecute them to the extent of & tigo nnd badly fractured her hip joint. thr law. in liur btoad. W I'.dRI.MES 70 A. I'MiHUwooi) have appointed a tremendous expense to the State. Mu. ami Mil. boon Hand-TurneGoodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in at The sale of lot in the Dillingham ad- The killing was done in Nov. l.Shtl, nnd taken the mllrond iKMnling liou V.V STRAYED Rowland, formerly run by Mr. J. C. dition to Richmond resulted in .'125 heing in addition to the first trial for bail, there the Boot and Shoe line. wore. eft my disposed of at an average of ?2a3, the to- have been two regular trinls, in both of ter a larjre Lay horse with sexeral white spots Mum. V. L Snii'MN, of Shelby City, is tal realized being l,tW7 S.t. Tbo Reg which there wero hung juries. For five on ni 7, moulder, caused by a collar ny iniorma. of Dr. J. 0. Car-i- i istar siivs: " I'iio lot averaged f0 feet days ot this com t the time has buen lion leading tu his recovery will be thankfully re here under treatment ceird Ky Miter and is stomiiiii! at Dr. M. - front, makine nn aversire of S.V0K tier', princiHilly given to it and 05 men were S T. ItARKIS.sunfcr-lTotf A C. SINE. J N. Uiiurne's. highest price paid was summoned as jurors fiotn Loyle, who front foot. The Pev. J. Ukui. Gimo.v ban route! the 5l5 7fi, and the lowest I. A number were paid ?.1 each for responding to the FOE SALE OR RENT. house on logan nveime recently vncted of lots brought $1.V There was not a order of the court. Mr. X. J. Smith, by MJ. W. N. Potts, and will move titer from beginning to end, not u lot ""her of tho dead man nnd n witness in 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Co. tills week. oll'erwl but what wns sold, and not a sin- the case, lias had to appear ckcIi time, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Part of the estate of K. W (livens, dee'd Mu. W. X. Pott nnd wife have re- gle lot bought in by the comnanv." This land it takes a good deal of money to i'-- acres Iront on the north side of the Stanmoved to Madison county, carrying with U n SASH, remarkable sale. Uiehiuond is bring a man from Stanberry, .Mo., here. ford and Knob I.ick turnpike, adjoining A K. IAMIRESt, Denny. A lari;e part of this trait is excellent them the best wisheH of many friends the coining city of tliis section if indien- - It is hoped that this trial will end the hemp land. The balance is in corn and crass. CEILING, BOORS, matter one way or the other and stop made (luting their tdny huro. S41, acre's in urait lie south of said pic, adtiouscau be relied on for prophesy. E5LINIJS, SHINGLES, SIIJING, K. Denny and Capt. lien Powell, withexpensive pro- joining A. Mil. Wm. Yoi'Nd and party, after a the lloth tracts are well Friday Hew John ceedings. Judge Morrow limited the ar- in too yards ef first tractwill male a good farm At tho watered and as a whole Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. month' visit to his old stamping ground, Literal lime given on delerred payment returned to Kansas Saturday. As the Hull (.iibMiii olliciatod in the marriage of guments to four hours for the prosecuIf not solJ before January nt, both tracts will i8gi, WOVEN WIRE FENCE. oid gentleman is 70 be cannot expect to a colored pair from the Ktst Kud, and tion and live for tho defense. Judge M. be rented, separate')' if desired, for tne ear January moit impres- - 11. Owslev led oil for tho latter nnd Cols. 5't JAS C K W P OIVLNS Ee. ntrs. in this after one of that uunistt-r'make the trip many more time slve ceremonies, he was asked by the ;v. o. Hnulluy, J. W. Yerkes and W. II. We carry a full stock of everything found in a life Mks. T. '.. Momiow, the handsome groom w hat his eharges were. As Hro. MilIor lwVl. titlu.r 8,,0ken orare to speak rt..1 price for tyinir the in its behalf. Capt. Ilerudon, Hobert wife of Judge Morrow, jninod him here tiilisou lias no matrimonial knot, he informed the hap- Harding nnd K. C. Warren were the Saturday and the judge'H smiles were Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract S even more pronounced than ever. They py "coon" that he could pay as much or speakers named for the prosecution. 1 MNK & MKNKFKK, Stanford, Ky. for building Mr. Harding was speaking nt l.:'0 Inst hpent Sunday witM.her brother, Col. W as little as ho desired, whereupon he was banded a shining silver quarter and evening and as Col. Hradley nnd Capt. O. Bradley, nt Lancaster. Miw. S. C. TiiiKiiKAiiTam! Mis-- Mary the newly married couple went their Ilemdon had yet to speak, the jury was Myer, accompanied by Mlsse I.ibbie way rejoicing. They were hailed, how- not expected to got tho case till u late Pegan, Kluia 1'ope and Nodie Andrw, ever, by the good biother, who gave thorn hour, if at all, last night. of Milleraburg, attended the Missionary bacK tho silver piece as a wedding presColic, The grand jury adjourned Friday, Watch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in returning 47 indictments, ?' of which Tlior produco regular, nnttirnt Sotiety at the Methodist church nnd were ent. nutfoim, iiBTcricrl poor In ter firo Mil U guest at Mr. S. S. Myers'. fiinilly incillcltio, Tin: wonderful little midgets, the ure for violation of the whisky laws. The :,t I y liitvlncHM. A vcry UoiikvIioIiI. tliej Htioultl bo In Mit. W. M. O'iliiYAN, the clever I.. A: in town catch it from Count and Countess Magri and Baron three SOLD EVBUYWHEUE. 'X agent nt Rowland, has been given Magri, have come and gone with a good to ( each, while two negro women get . " tf m3MKIK2tiZt.fjl .. ,1 1 City, which is a indictRepairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. about 5 apiece. The other the agency at Junction deal of hard money obtained at two big promotion. Mr. Frank V. Chlibrd, ments nre for carrying concealed weaperformances. The ladies and 11 inc who now holds down the Williamsburg children turned out en masse to the pons, assault and bnttery, distui bing reotlite, will buccocd him at Rowland. matinee, tilling nciirlv every seat in the ligious worship and house burning. JL I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) The changes will be made about the Opera House. Of course there is not Dock Russell and his son, I J. G., were indicted for the latter olFense, tho only To cure i.i'enrirn, S'rk Uvn 'ir'f ( nt'- 10th. much in the performance, but it is wortli nm lim-- . t.Ao patlo.i, Mnlai 1, the u.onty to hco the little curiosities go two that were on the charge brought by CITY AND VICINITY. tao fcufo mil riu.t- ., A BIG Mr. Jim Carter. through ther parts. They are each received bright and intelligent, their minds being t titESH fruit and candies just RSJ F ffi a 1?t CONST ITUT I0NAL CONVENTION. u great deal larger than theirbodies. The at R. Zunmer's. ft . .. The constitutional convention deleMrs. Polly countess, formerly Mrs. Tom Thumb, is Day Hoaiiiikus wanted Just received. gates are to hire an editor to revise their a very sensible little woman, while the Colfey, Ijincaster street. mannges the business as well or speeches. An improvement miulit be rpttic "in tr(i,,si70(iiii. Count Macca-rof- d, V,'1 MLIi ) t TIT ll!fct Cam. nt J. H. Foster's ami see the best better than most show men do. Owing effected by hiring some man of ordinary bolt!' LJllltJ.lllolll irji" Bc. por I'.ottlc. ,,f iltioi' slzo, Ox to many changes that had to bo mnde on intelligence to write tho major part of feed cutter on tho market. the stage after the ariival of tho troupe, them, Louisville Times. H 9 C S) Siff-- 5 t t "t7-- 7 j";K!T3P';vll''"t French Peas. d"A beautiful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; Glass9 rrVr',u;l Finkst new crop Nt.w Orleans Molasses the doors could not bo opened as soon Tho convention not only went back H4. W E Vi C$ V. for t t co wST.10U1S MO. J,F.SMITHi.CO.UuciiofiiL'uas,' A. Warren's Model Grocery. nt A. ware in new designs; Oueensware and Tinware. as many wished, but tho delay was um." on its action discontinuing the publicayr?Bas3 Call and see me. No charge for showing goods. style nnd for voidable and theiefore wo liopo excusa- tion of the Record and abolishing tho ofOvsTKits served in any fice of stenographer, but added nnother ble. 13 I Balo by tho quantity nt H. Ziminer'e. r office to the long list that is now feeding Association, though not on tho State. An editor at $S n day w ill The Teachers I have removed my office to my residence, oppo Don't forget tlmt J. IJ. Wiggins paja Female College, where I will be found at all HUGH KU1D. tho highest cash market price for bides ns largely atteude by its members ns it hereafter correct tho grammatical nnd itte 94 timet. should have been, proved a very inter- other inconsistencies of the speeches of nnd furs. esting occftsion. Miss Cettio Thurmond's great men, who nro now posing for XTotioo. 'WKaro well prepared to slaughter hogs address of welcome was liko all tho la- tho the admiration of the world. Tho coneta. n for the public. Our charges nro 50 dy's eilbrts, well prepared and well rend. vention will not be in session again till The Lincoln National IUnlof Stanford, Kr ,is Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall clottncupitt affairs. All noteholders and others head delivered. M. V. Klkin A Co. The object of recitation drew out quite the Gth, we nre glad to report. having cuims against said Association are hereby Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, notified to present the notes and claims ngninst an animated discussion, participated in Tin: L. A N. will Bell tickets on the 8 the Association for payment by Miss Thurmond, Mrs. Hubbard, Prof. There is more building now going on II. OWSLEY, Cashier. 6od Jewelry and Silverware. J. and I) to Middlesboro on Recount of the Goodknightand wife, and Messrs. Smith, in Middiesborougb, Ky., than iu any lot sale Nov. 10, at one faro for the round- OLDFryo and others. "Why do I Tench," other city in America. tl- was opened by Prof. J. W. Smith in a WB&THERFQED HOTEL. To day tho Legislatures of 2."i States Oi'K men's fine shoes have at last arspecch.iwhich wns full of goody Railroad Tho fit yourself nt once ideas and valuable suggestions. His ob- will be elected, which will have the rived. Comonnd 1IUSTONV1LLE, KY.. 3 a while the sizes nro complete. Severance ject is a desire to benefit tho race nnd chosing of as many United States SenaP. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. Son- ho loves to teach. Numerous tors. Of tho present incumbents, whose because in successors will bo chosen, 10 are repub: ' Foil Runt. Tho desirable residence others stated their reasons for adopting Cu o tho calling nnd nearly everyone disclaim- licans and 1) nro democrats. Tho demo Havine leased the above hotel.'tefitted-an- d a 2 P ? .v on iunm sireei u 1 I .in prepared to accommodate the puH. o Apply to J. J. Mc- - ed that the dollnrs nnd cents that it crots have n fighting chance lo elect lie in a o U style Kates reasonable GooJ o Q Uettio McKinney. men in Illinois, California nnd Con- Livery and Sample Rooms attached. 13.1m brought was more than a very secondary their O a. Roberts. I" m K SL a consideration. Prof. Fryo gave his ideas necticut, while tho only opportunity for w attempting to board a passing L. vt on how- - a country school ought to be a renublican gain offers itself in Indiana. a ri In O bO freight nt Junction City, Friday, a graded for a continuous course, which -. N. The Old Colony railroad has comproinform my would 0 a ' Lexington man named Fleming lost his showed that he had given tho matter mised with Judge Kdwards, tho Finleys customers respectfully again at workold triends and n u u ri that I am at my profes-n would be pleased to rtccive any work in C a footing nnd fell under tho wheels, badly much thought. This subject also brought and others, of Louisville, who wero in- sion ami of way SO the in to mangling his left leg. c out considerable dibcussion. Mr. R. Lee jured or killed on it last summer, by O g u "5, Olock or Jewelry RepairWatch, Davis was not present, but Prof. J. M. paying them $SO,000. S o Tim committeemen responded prompting. D o Hubbard gave a short talk on tho subSince tho recent outbreak of cholera O ly to Chairman Richards' call Saturday M O Also repairing Sswiue Mnchine, (Juni, Pistols, O U Lock, &c. All Dr. Mooro nnd ject assigned to him. Supt. McCIary iu Japan, there have- been 3S.425 cases g. 5 and all were present save o speaking with some timely and 25,911 deaths. Tho epidemic has W. 1. Grimes, but both were represent- closed tho Work Neatly and Promptly Dono wero L. L. DawBon, suggestions on What Preparations are now nearly subsided, And Warranted by J. S. WELL8, Pb. O. Proec. Ollc B. H. DANKS, Jowelor, ed. Those present The Cincinnati Enquirer's WashingMcCarty, James Carter, George P. Necessary for the Successful Teacher and W. L. THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. figures a democratic majority ltooro.up stairs, Odd 'Fellows' building, entranca Bright, W. F. Camden, J. M. Cook, the association adjourned to meet Nov. ton bureau tl iUin Street, Opp. Coutt.House, STANFORD, Ky next door to 28, at McKinney. of 32 in the next House. Thomaa Richards, J. A. Chappell. Fun. lino of licnting ami eook stoveH, viues. coal lioriri, nil at bottom prii'i'B, at J. 11. FuhtirV -- business portion of Ghillicothe, was burned Frikay night, involving Ciiciuiies in Lincoln nnd adjoining n loss of 5100,000. counties desiring the Hervices of n good Leopold Pros., wholesale clothiers vocal music teacher would do well to of Chicago, employing 2o0 people, have consult J. M. Sibold, of this place. failed. Liabilities jfil'o.OOO. Hen Rogers, a brother inlaw of M. J. II. Ramsey has opened a nice McGoMin, was killed nnd his bro'h-o- r store on Lancaster street, where ho will William severely wounded by nn ankeep at all times" n full line of gioceries, archist named Robarge, who afterwards hardware, Ac Read hi advertisement killed himself. The tragedy occurred in in this issue and give him a chance. Minnesota nnd grew out of stock depreto :i'" Saturday. 111., i. Infants and Children. , i , m llsv AUCTION SALE ;. Rioter-Alphe- i, I Our Eurotn-im9i;l- b , Stock is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, . FARM FOR SiSXlS cnurt-hcue , '1 m 1 , SHOES, POSTED. I SEAITD d, SEWED MACH33TE SEWED, OR STOLEN. STAGG & McROBERTS. , j by-bi- d Stanford Lumber Yaid, I.ATII, FLOORING, - i int , court-hotih- u s Manufacturers of & SLAT Tllff mt& Q U nllQ iyaU ec FIHST C&SS LUMBER TTAKB. i s nf-t- er Malaria, Dumb Chills, Fever and Ague, Wind Bilious Attacks. 11 bar-roo- 1 TCHES, lLOCliS ftHD iEWELRY. 1 well-attend- sm s$ W&Czib J Wrtcte ,pfc.iatttj. .!.-- : - srflCTi's F.-ffc-- LINE OF 3 L bx-LHm- 9r CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Fresh California. Prunes, Itrdsins, Figs, Vermacella, Tail Soup, jll J.w'. n-- 1 D ' 1 ' M E, E MOV E ivnmxc kardiwt. 1 i 1 DRUGS andJ EWELRY HAMPBBN WATCH, Watch. Best n T T S -- -- .... first-ri- TO THEPTTBLIC. 1 c -- o I 1 $ -- I T T 4- -1 BTSsSHssv I "W. B. LCoH.OBEB.TS, pott-offic- jS-- .. : rmmmma$mmu icaiirsjaism. awna. iosmi. 1 iii ii 1 iiiiijjiiiii r 11 '.'""', J i 3emh feKLY iNTERIORjOURNAL THE PARMER'S HOPE, PARODIED AND RE- Publlabod Bvory Tuesday and Friday PROTECTION DUCED TO AN ABSURDITY. $ PER YEAUjy AUVAXCK will I UrWhen not no paid S2.SO e charged." I'rotrcllon K.C. LOCAL TIKE CARD. Train leaves Rowland it 7 00 a. m., returning for I'nriiien lloir It I by I'rotrctlonlHt. Tlio I.nuti-hIjI- o KcmiIM of Tliclr Arguments Slioun as In n Looking Ola.s. SECOND AND CONCLCDINO PAPER. YVo now approach tho front imd su- L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North " " South.... South Sxnrst train" North,...., ' Local Freight North . ... ...$JSP m South. The latter train alo carry paengeis. The above U calculated on standard time, Solar time is about o minutes falter ti6pm U59P" ... .. 37ara a tn 6 30 It 50 am jfeg8 POWDER Absolutely Pure A cream of taricr bakinir powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U. S. Gosernmer.t Report Aug. 17, iS3j premo interest of the American fanner wool. Tho statistics relating to wool nro admirably presented ly Hon. William Lawrence, of Ohio, in a tract published by the American Protective Tariff league, which every farmer should read. Without troubling tho reader with tho preciso dates to which tho figures refer, or with other details which can be found accurately stated in ilr. Lawrenco's address, wo make free use of his general etateiaonts, statistics and arguments. Mr. Lawrence, whoso largo personal interest and experience unablo him to Sinn!: with authority, Bays: "Without adoqnnto protection annihilation awaits ur wool indnstry." Xo one but a free trader will dispute this assertion. Let us see what loss awaits the United fctatos in case this adequate protection is denied. The present superintendent of the census lun estimated this loss at over .J300.000.000, made up about :is follows: . Value of t l.fW 000 sluvp destroyed. . . .SKWOOO.OOJ rr.ixjo.a! Vuiue of svuxmow "ouniis ooi 1CO,000,iOJ U .18 of shi'phenU dWuihmd Depreciation In of land, SI per 4,ooo,ooo ncro 1 Total $.T2l.i.0i) I But, in tho light of Mr. Lawrence's statements, this computation is evidently too small. Taking it as a basis and C. bearing in mind that all tho manufact101 A.i'iit.jr of the Slate of Kenure as well as growth of wool is to be Is a C uckjYmbJa.t to the will of the Democratic party. destroyed by tho want of protection, we must ndd the value of tho manufactured Jjr(fc- Dr. A. S. g.xjds, tho wages of tho laborers and operatives, tho depreciation of tho value SURGEON DENTIST. of land which is or might bo employed Office on Main meet, over W. P.. McRoberts' Druij Store, Stanftrd. in tho growth or manufacture of wool. Mr. Lawrenco shows that wo can and D. D. S. ought to have 100,000,000 sheep, and R. C. MORGAN, would now havo them had proper protection been given; that these sheep DENTIST. would have produced $100,000,000 worth opposite rortman House, Office on Main street, up stair. Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless of wool in excess of what was actually produced, employing shepherds nnd land """""STANFORD. KENTUCKY. in like proportion. Thus revised our losses, either now incurred for want of DR. AY. B. adequate protection or which would bo incurred under freo trade, must lo reckoned as follows upon tho principles laid OmcelSouth side M.un tre?t, m office recently down by tho superintendent of tho cenacated byJDr. L. F. HufTiuan, Stanford, Ky. sus: 103,030,000 snoop lost $'.SJ,(0,00u jTjTaLLKN U. F. ATWOOD RICHARD -- WARREN PRICE, vor of free wool, claiming thnt this cheapness was the result of superior machinery and superior intelligence in tho American workman, and arguing that tho pricoof sncluclothing would be madt still cheaper by free wool. But a shrewd Massachusetts protectionist knocked tho bott.ini out of this specious argument by producing in congress a letter from one of the prinuijKil manufacturers of tho cloth out of which these all wool suits h were made, stating that loss than of the materials from winch the doth was made consisted of wool the rest being all cotton and shoddy. Clearly no reduction in the wool duty would reduce the cost of all wool goods, and the hypocrisy of the free traders' clamor for cheap wool stands exposed in nil its disgusting nakedness. Moreover, as Census Superintendent Porter shows in the elonuent address from which we havo already quoted, "the price of wool 1ms nlways been higher under a low than a high taii.T." lie continued: "Why should the fanners be so anxious to retain tho tnnff. then, I hear my freo trado friends under a protective tariff tholn..vd of sheep have been improved." In the Wharton School of Fiium sr I Economy, attached to tho of Pennsylvania, founded by Joseph Wharton, Esq., for tho express purjKve nt teaching protectionist doctrin.. Professor S. N. Patten is in charge of this all imiKjrtnnt subject. In his masterly treatise in dofense of this comer stone of American liberty and indnstry Professor Patten adduces strong renw us in favor of the total prohibition of woolen clothing by tho United States government and the adoption of cotton as the exclusive clothing of the American people. He therefore favors an increase of the duties upon foreign wools and wikiI-enand under an enlightened and consistent protective policy, applied without hesitation by a Republican congress, free from any taint of mugwumpery, we may look forward hopefully to tho day when all tho American people will in American cotton, just as the Chinese aro clothed in Chinese cotton. As lion. William Lawrence shows in tho valuable paper already referred to, there were in tho United States in 1S80 1,020,723 flock owners, besides numerous owners of sheep ranches. The uumlier must now Iw much greater. Ho quotes Hon. Columbus Delano, fonuerly Repul-lica- u secretary of tho interior, and now president of tho National Wool Growers' association, as authority for estimating "tho valuo of lands, lunis, sheds and equipments employed in tho sheep indusone-tent;.-- Tho Buffalo, Wyoming, Eclio of tho 2oth says: "In retiring from tho Wyt- ining benchj'Jmlgo M. C. Sunfloy is followed bv the good wishes of the multitude. His conduct of the court has had Uit' effect of elevating its dignity in tho eyes of the people, nnd drawing about tho majesty of tho law an ntinosphero of seriousness and solemnity foreign to the usunl cnrelosB style. Tho people liked Judge Saufley liked him for the utter absence of policy in bis dealings on or off tho bench; liked him forjiis manly and outspoken ways and excellence of ebnraeler. We nro sorry to lose so emi nent a jurist and so desirable a citizen." At a banquet given Roger A. I'ryor in New York, upon bis elevation to the lu.iifli. Oliiimicov M. Dcnew introduced Cleveland. Ho said: "If nt There is no spectacle moro disheartening than that in Pennsylvania. Thnt n putty should nsk support because of its policy of protection is a legitiinnto movement of politico, l'.tit Unit it should ask tho friends of protection to prove their faith by voting for a candidate whoso election would be the condonation of his own confessed offences and of thoso charged upon Quay by a multitude of his ami most honorable which are universally believed, is ns discreditable an actus the annals of party nnd this country afford. Harper's Week- iy. fellow-citizens, ? ;4'.'lil.llCTRS. Twenty miles the Shortest to - . iv 3ii v :. o L'niv-r-.i.- N I am to name tho typical American, tho man who loves and believes in bis country beyond everything else, the man who detertniniiiL! ouco in what direction his duty leads, cannot bo swerved from the until tlieinnn who is dogKedly persis tent in what lie believes to be rilit lie mnn who thinks not of self, but of bis country and its needs, 1 would iinine Grover Cleverlnntl." MIDDUE3UOUOUOH LAND BALE. I MaVmi; din-c- t cunnetil n in Central Union deMr. Hliiino's speech at the home of pot for Michigan I'tiints, Chicago, Mr. McKinley contained a good word St. I.ouls, Ilulfato, ClevrLiud. Detroit, for every tarill' bill except thnt with llidlinapalis and the West, New England, Canada, which Mr. McKinley's name is associated. The silence in this case is conspic l'litladelphu. ILHimere, uously eloquent. It will be remember- Wa.hiHKton, 10 llarrodsburc, I'ranLfort, Ky Quickest time Kichmend, VIKIilMA Miori'st and ed thnt Mr. lllaino had previously said (JmcLcst line to of the bill Unit it did not open a single market for a bushel of grain or a pound of pork. Solid Trams, biKUACs car., siroVliiK cars and New Yurie, ISoston. h KEW ilDBOiJAKi, Pullman l..ud.iir Sleepers through with the sales which communce on November 10th. (iuaranlce Dr. Ackers All the railroads are offering specially out ihansfe via Chatiau oa, llitixlnliam, Mend Knox, an makin; ditect ronne iin. en route low rates to Middlesborough, Ky., for vide, Ashill(, I.Tmhbuii; aud kiiiiis infr the coshes, '.: iUaVIS'DjLi(tAS9 At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbua, Wilmins tan, Charleston, Augusta, Mscsn, Savannin, llrunsoirk, Lake Cil) rhomasville and H.OItl-l)- A points The only line runiiini solid trains with chcut) Pullman Itoudoir or I'alace Slovpini' Cars to Jack, sonville without change lor any claisof passcn. Decatur, Tho Homo-Sookor- tho C , U. & D. Middlwboroiii;h. Ky , now has an invetted capit lait;eand increanncpH ital of M the ipiUlit niinn nd work lor iiimihhh. lor oppoi(yiuiic. anil llltntvi it offer unrivalled Faro for tho Kound Trip via s' Opportunlty-O- no IHuod f.lisir, for it has been fully demonstrated to the people ol this it i. superior to all sitter preparation, fur blood disease. It U a (intuit cure for syphilitic I. puriiMMtoiniiK, ulecrs, eruption ana pimple fies thewnolc tt.tem and thoroughly builds up the coiislltutlim. A. It. Penny. 01m-ryth- Wo Can and Do 5,....ith s. inducrruents to those- ttrcliiii: and btuldlns. TheRieat Land Sale at Midilcbo-rouc- h to the will occur Nov n'.nnd in ceneril demand the Cincinnati, lUwillonA sell on Nov 7 mid S tickets to K.will and return at e fare for the roHBtf trip at all points on the line Vor rates, pamphlets , and full informati m apply to any asenl of the t 11 .1 1).. or K. O McCoemuk. t.rneral and Ticket Ajent, Cintiniuti, Ohio. r.ic.mtic imprrcmenl jtoieitMl u Mt nilkP II t i.i-- i inr ine nomc scrhinc Cnmpaur I own mevhauic The Middlboroui:!i - ... inn m.Lr.nmil Not if you K through the world a dyspeptic' Dr. Acker's Dtspopsla tablets art a pn.iuve rur- lor the worst lortns 01 uy.pop.ia, inuigeMiini, and constipation, tiuarao.ced and sold by enny i i 1 Is Life Worth Llvlnu? reine and quickest to Vnnislen .Selms, ,Io Unret cinuci .inns made at Nl.W OK I.KAN'S without omiiitms transfer for (lvcsl'.n Housleti, Austui, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line t Jaikson and Vuksburg, Miss , hreveirt La., inakine direct connections wiihrni. ninnitius transler lur Dallas Fort Worth, Austin ban Anisnia, Kl i'aso and points in Sh-r- gcraor najjijr. ielma aud Montgomery, llunlsville, I'lomuie. Memphis and AltKANSAS inis bile. r!Rer PENNY, try at $103,201,200." Birmingham paper Fays tho Inst of men, former Confederate soldiers, who.duriiiL' tho war, in blasphemous mockery impersonated Christ and bis 12 Apostles nt tho Last Supper during a drunken debnuch, was a few days ago found dciul in the gutter. Every man of the 1.1 met with u tragic death, ami not one of them received Christian burial. An old man who found the dead body of the lust of the band and knew the sacriligious incident, exclnimed in terror, "It was tho hand of Hod!" A 111 When When 7wn When her CaJitorla. Baby wm fdck, wo for Cnatorla, ho sraa a Clilld, nho .ho bvcAinr Ml, alio clung to tVuttoria. .ho had Clill 'rcn, alio gavo them Caatorl. cto crll TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. !'.r through ratr curret t county maps and lull lalermi.lon i.all on Agent at luin tlon i itv, Ky or address HtANKVs WOOI I I.V. Tiav I'as. Asrt , 1 esmtton Kv C C liAKVKs I) t, KDWAKDS (, V Ar T A., Vie. 1'ie.id.at Clnviiriii tl 1 WEI.I. Call ou or 4 BOHI3NTG. OLD KY. ROUTE Nepott New. A Mississippi Valley Co,"K, I) Solid Vrstibuled Trains 10 ' I am well prewrsl 10 bore wells work in a kwi.1 manner and profnp.lv ad will do the At One Dollar a Foot. tt Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, J ill All points addrrs me at SLnlutd, Keotucky. T SMITH and Southeast Only one tui;hi out Irom Lex.ntrtin, Correttrd lime Card in I If eel I.n l, i8-- HHally STATIONS DH.LIONS SWITCH, KY. Dealer In I.ve Stanford " l.rsington- " Winchester " K. U. Junctian. .. Dentist. CO J.000,000 ALXEN & ATWOOD, PRffT. RSTffTR HGEKTS: vTuZlC Wiich of operatives n ip-cutio- pound wool Wages of shepherd depreciation In taluo of land 175, (UWU 0,000,00) at onu 100,(,000 sw7,av),ojo 47.iWO.000 Johnson City, Term. WM.AYRES JAS. O GIYENS. In milU, etc of mtu property... iw.ooo.aio Oliil it will bo seen that tho small tax of a few cents per pound levied ujoh AYRES & GIYENS. tho foreign wool grower as a condition Attorneys at Law, of tho admission of his product into our Louisville, Ky. freo American market is all which 327 Fifth St., Tlni3 ioi-y- v" cv.lXXCXJu r Shree I!uildm. FHANK MARIMON. JAS. G. GIVENS GIVERS & - MdRWQN. - Kesituclcy. loi-y- j REAL. ESTATE, Pineville, Town Lot, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought or sold on Commission, iorroponueuco r solicited THE WWmClBL J. 11. RQTEL SSSrSt3?SlS:K lo-v' stands between us anu tins enormous loss of over one billion dollars per annum! If tlds vast loss would follow tho removal of protection from a singlo article figurins in tho census of 1880 at lesa than .$00,000,000 for tho raw wool and less than $203,000,000 for tho manufactured product, what might lw to follow tho abolition of protection on all other American industries? This question admits of a plain answer. Every sound protectionist agrees that manufactures in tho United States ex-Iect- OWENS, Manager, t 1 V SVT. Tho superintendent of tho census has ' demonstrated tunc tno removal 01 nro- I have taken charge utlhi. popular hot-tOCtiVO duties from TIIW WOol, of Which . and intend to run it in a first. class manner in every . $.1,000,000 Worth IS HOW productsl in punted irom and respect. It is bein to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and oar countrV, WOtlld CaUSO U3 a total top ,"? of over $300,000,000, and wo havo shown j. b. ov kns. that on tho samo basis freo trade in both ed by hotels this section 1 m wool and woolens would causo a national loss of near $1,200,000,000 annually. HOUSE, Tho present anuual valuo of our man- ufactures is not less than $.3,000,000,000. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Their destruction by freo trado would, of Kentucky. on the basis costSuperintendent Porter's London, - calculation, tho nation more than I have moved to my new Hotel and nn better 50,000,000,000 a year. Think of it! prep.irtd than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and e cry convenience de-- Thirty billion dollars each year to bo sireu. uive me a can. blotted out by the introduction of this FRANK RILEY. 77 infernal British system at tho instigation of the Cobden club! aEKEUICT & CO., C. A. Let American fanners reflect what Well Drillers &: Pump Adjusters, this means. Under tho beneficent influence of our protective tariff, which difTANFORD, KY. fuses its blessings equally among all clnsaea, even' fanner's family now re- Wells drilled to order md Pumps lurmshfd 'factory prices. 3 ceives its equal sharo of this wealth, of wlucli tree trauo would uopnvo us. There aro not quite 111.000,000 families in j the United States, nnd therefore the ts-- i tablishment of freo trade would reduce the incoino of every farmer's family in tlw land by more than $2,000 every year! How much iirjre tariff tinkering would to reduco even tho most prosper-- ! j it take wus Kansas fanner to poverty? Pardon, reader, this digression from ismi lisumw tho subject of wool in which wo have i'Uk.-HMfc.indulged, because Snjiorinteudont Por- ti r's statistics gavo such a favorable op-- I BW3& portunity to show how fro traders seek 'r ' to pull wool over tho farmer's ej es. Whilo tho protective duty on foreign wx)l pours a steady tide of gold into tho j f mners' pockets, it does not increuso the cost of the workingman's clothing, as buth Mr. Robert P. Portor and Maj. MM clearly demonstrated. On IF YOU WANT Dec. 10, 1S87, Mr. Porter stated in a public address that "strictly all wool .."jO per complete suits wero hold at AND A HAPI'Y COOK. USE suit, good heavy full winter suits nt ij.U.50 and $7.00." (Tract No. 18, American Protective Tariff League.) Shortly afterward Maj. McKinley exhibited in MADE BY congress an all wool suit purchased in Boston for $10. Who wants anything LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS cheaper than this? A freo trado congressman attempted COMPANY, to use theso facts as an argument in f.i- LEXINGTON, KY. 1 Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. that uion tuo Introduction of freo trade they would bo instantly blotted out. VbSSMnrl 111 9-- THE RILEY j Adopting this careful estimate as the basis of calculation, tho destruction involved in tho proposition to establish freo trado in wool reaches proportions previously stated. far exceeding tho On tho bivsis adopted by tho superintendent of tho census, as wo havo already shown, tho national loss would umonnt to nearly $1,200,000,000 per annum. But to this must lo added the $iuS,000,Oi0 above mentioned and tho income of tho more than 1,000,000 flock masters mined by tho mad innovations of fanatics or British hirelings. It would OO.OOO.OOO be moderate to put this at more, making in all over .$2,000,000,000 tluug away m blind submission to tho dictates of tho Cobden club! Many other facts might bo adduced to illustrato th absolute dependence of American fnrmers ujxjn the protective tariff, but enough has been said to give amplo food for thought. Tho American market must bo secured for tho exclusive benefit of American fanners and A wall of fire must bo manufacturers. built, if necessary, to keep out foreign wares. Ah Senator Evarts has nobly said, wo must steadily aim ut tho policy of selling everything to foreign nations and buying nothing from them; and then, but not until then, will tho wall of protection bo unnecessary, and freo trade bo possiblo without destruction. Yet even then, as Professor Denslow has woll pointed out, tho tariff should not 1k reduced, lccnuso if any foreign poods would then como in it is necessary to our defense; and if they would not como in in cjiao tho tariff wero repealed, tho tanff can do no hann. In tho language of Tho New York Tribune, tho tariff is "the pedestal uion which American credit nnd prosperity nro founded." Thnt pedestal should never b reduced or shaken. Lot it be raised ever higher and higher; let every Americin ami bo raised to fight in its defense; let every foreign intruder bo banished from our markets; let this palladium of uur prosperity bo guarded with sacred care and let our motto bo: "Tho Protective tariff; it must aud shall bo maintained!" Jonathan B. Waue. A recent estimate of the expense of a European steamer's trip across the ocean is of interest to travelers. About 3,000 tons of coal nre consumed at a cost of 51,100 a day. Tho ."00 persons who constitute the management receivo about $2,000 each trip. For food nnd drinkabout 210,000 is credited. Tho entire expense may bo estimated ut not If a steamer gains less tlnm j'Jo.OOO. captain lias his share in the time the amount thus saved. The receipts from passengers on a midsummer voyage aro over $50,000 on the largo steamers, whilo the freight brings $8,000 more. -- New Yor Ledger. A christian mit a couceited frame nnd s mind makes moro a church-houssix iufidooN. ns by n Don't fergot vlian you vas feel for der poor to feel your pockets dhcrein. Dhero vhos two obchecks dot got no adbreciations for adwice, tier printer mid der mule. The National Weekly. shmall-vnisted Daily Dailr Kspreu.'Ks Sun Kt Sun Vcs 10 .nstAlail 7kc ra Thelests.Kem the world for cuts, briiise. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, f.ve eruji chilblains, corns and pay tequir Hon,hands, and positively cure, piles, or no satislaeiioc, ed. It is guaranteed to itivo perfect Price .J cent, per boa. , money refunded A R. l'enny, SUnlord, Ky. Kor sale Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve .," h" it ji n'n j pm 11 Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, ll.rdwarr, Queens ware, Tinware, Furniture and a 7 0 oe pm 1 17 am o am iijinn jo pm T " You have heard your fuels and one of the ou nmy yourself be tnlVinc ab.HU it ptn" -J know from Personal i- The Now DlBCOVory. Conornl Lino of Crocorios, Kansy Candies, Cross Hes. &r. All kinds of Produce taken in esrh.nge for " " oods. I'otloUiie, I.Krmgslnn, K) etle you are one of . -- .. wondertul thing loom 11 Discovery ever after ho ds Klnit's N trial it the house I f you have never u.eJ cold .r any an'd shou"d afflicted with a - . throit lunir -- t cntt irouuic. U It a f..r t.meor money refunded. Trial K. Penny's ' --r.-- howWdathmclti. ... I',h.J 7" I. M. ISUVCH, l:v",';, SPKCIAI. Ir l.l fifiWX V m m m mi, STANIOIID.KV. AI IKNIION to COMMKIIC1AL Horse, and mules bought and said honcsmid venules used in llscry Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't you n a Tho First Step. travelers Only hrst-class " and KlectrK Hitters you s for restonm; your nervous system to Hoieljii still muntaln result, This old and noTmal. healthy condition ., Altprillve ing its Ane reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeU YinT amn'mV retu n, . kk! d Rt..n ..lor, cial attcotion to the traveling public res-- ,hhh, At.P NtWCOMII, Prop., cents at A. K Jenny, Try a bottle Puck 50 t Ml Vernon, Ky, prug store ,nlic wonuer fin, h" warning) ou areou ",'"-- !thenerve NEWCOMB HOTEL need into nervous prostration. MT. VERNON, KY. r.. .,. '"" well-kno- t..rc,l Sj-t- I.ve llualiiigtotu .. y am Arr Charleston . . Jl m " Clifton I.viMhburg 41 am " Ckarloilf s.ille jo ami " W.shiugten J5 pm ' lUlltnwrc pm " I'hitadefHhU. .. IS pm ' New York . as) pm Klthmnad. Va. . pm 4 " OldlMatCofflfort Norfolk .. . Trains loving l.t.ingtMi at 11 10 anil j jo pm daily, etcepl Sunday c nnrct am Wirches at ter for KKhmond, Ky and oinls on the K. C K Umiled Vestibule K. from nhu. Waihingtonand all Mxnts Kait, arrives at Lexington at 4 47 p m daily Stanford 11 57 p tn Kat mail from Kuhmond, Va., and all point. east, Hunting. mi, W Va, and all loeal stations 40 noon daily escept Sunday Stanford 11 17 p m Acc.owmoil.tlnn from Olivrllill and intcrmediata . .... ... .v ...... r. 1IUIS. Kichmond. kv.. anil 1. nlnl.cn the K. C r arrives ai iriinciiin B 10, m, dally, e Cent" SuilillV Sf.nf.i,.!.. . JV r. m a ,,. ....I lie .tire tlrkct. read read 111N. N. A-- M V Ry .1: I). S I' MORSK, li. P A , Cincinnati, O ..-..- " " lluntlngtan ... Metehead Olive Hill AshUmL .. Catlellsburg. Ml bmling. J jm pea 30 pm 41 ) rm ; pm pm ij pm i 9 tl 40 pm pm . l" i lpfn pm 6 3 05 pm i ' The tower of the Philadelphia city of hall Is now Ho.', feet high, yet on top tons of iron and bronze aro to that 8,000 tow er, bo placed. There is to be a clock bo 27 feet in the dials of which aro to t.- n Btnt.ii n( a... diameter, surmouiueu u :!7 feet high, nnd there William Pcnn will bo numerous other statues. I ..- Kentucky GentralR.R: "JIIU'K CJItiUJH KOUTJC. SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUCHS mnnmvtk CURES CONSUMPTION ThoShortortt and QuIckuHt Kouto from Cuntral Kuntuclcy to all polnta North, Eiiat, Woat nntl South-WoH- t. Lino botwoon Lexington und FaBt Olncln-nat- l. tl s'll I It .. A Duty to Yoursolf. pr-p- S.1 whK,n lc -- the lh one firposit samecure for ick heailacne nnu a e oillsarea Uke" small, ,h.y They are aver U and do net gripe, forsaleby A ';? will "e . coiniiion, ?"."fh - COLDS Wasting Bkoiccs I tuny- Wondorful Flosh P'oducor. Many liavo gained one potmd por day by its use. Scott'H KniulHion is not a pecrot remedy. It contains tho Btimulnt-iue- 1 HypophoB-plnte- thousand, sufferg from I. the complaintof couuh., etc. Did you evor iry coimumntion. best s Kng ish Remedy f It is tnc I Sold on known for all IunK K I enn positive guarantic at ace and 50c by A. h-- Caa't Sloop NlBhta prep-"ratio- n A Child Klllod. Another child killed by the usee, opiate. Riven ve i ,he form of .ooth.n, .vrop. Why mother; 1 ,, , ", , eCul.ar their cniiuren wne,i'' oy ,6'.t, ArWer'. llal.v Sooner. It ,. irouuics u.fc Sold by A. R. contain, no opium or l'enny. V" proportion of tho nnd puro Norwegian Cod Livor Oil, tho potency of both being largely increased. It is used by rhyhiciaiiB all over tho world. s SCUKDUI.K IN KFFFCT.MAY 11, .890 No 1. No. 4, No 6 . Ki Sun, K Snn Daily. I.ve Cincinnati . . i 10 a in 8 00 p m J 35 pm. I.ve Covington. ... 8 18 a m t 09 p m 1 45 p m Lvc Falmouth. 9 44 a ml 9 17 p m 4 o3 p rn p m I IO a rn'm Arr Paris i p m 5 40 v in Q Arr I.ivmgton. . 12 00 P "i 10 35 pm 5 45 P m II 0 a in ,..,, I.ve Parish 6 o pm Arr Winchester.-Ar- r a 05 11 in 7 jo P m Richmond.... 1 40 P Arr Lancaster.... 4 IS P Arr Stanford.. .. 3 JO p m I.ve Richmond . " Si p in 3 Of p m Arr llcrea. S o p in Air I.lvington. South-HoundNorth-Hound. m V . No. 1. ' rn. lltllUUS. tones were full and deep; 1 lib nrtnn's and soon his hearers wero asleep, had. in bend was nodding on each breast, petceful, .Sunday rest, and noticgentle, H . 1.1:..,. i.....,i I gl.id sighte.1 parson said: "I'm very well that Ultll .ii,!.,,. you agree 1.. eiujiuui, en in mu." .New York Herald. Mil.-,- ,' tlui tmor. near- - I llroi. IH'S. tlnti. An iriipori .'ii d ( JJcrc iiJiU l.lver SMIIh. the on h iii-- i CREAM ssjsssi A ni'iv prl.ul ' m tell 14 ow. T'1-1 l ' y ' . '1 'v iit"llly 1 Iliiniigh nasssi " in"'. SnulK'M.i. S.iuip.i .r- -' hi v " 1. '. r..ij i'ihm mi"! ' Mlr ri 3. out 4'ii-r- . 'juiiioro. llin mrvc. cure IhIkiiiv " ' ron.tip.t "tt & LEXINGTOff.KYJ mu II :iEi3 Era I troo-ble- I e GOOD BREAD XZuy TIznnZ; Tho narrow ecapo of Airs. II. M Koarlos, of Kikhart, luil , from n j.ruinuturo death it won ilur'ul. SI10 atitto. thnt "for twenty oar. in lifart tro.iiilud inn urii.tilv. I uoeniuu o.e. II111I .inotlirirlnir sp h rt hroa Ii fluttst injr, could not sloop on mv l.tii.:u h.idinuuli Pnln huu r nnJ sumrich Aui.n's In Broast, hiMlli' i. ri.Kl mini l.'i.l:iuno ui'd dUr iiuss Tnuitinciiiiiiil mo mi ximhI until I tin. I Dr Curo u'nl lloitorulivi Norv Miles' Ni ' TI10 llrsl boltlo lii'ltied 1110, ui,d I an soon Inu ir'uuly i'uikI fur salo ut A. IC I'l'iiny' iniK.top). A ll.io book on tho llCAltt aud Nckvcj iriio :Sertjir:t. ., H'-a- CREAM FLOUR Masons, bricklayers, carpenters, build ers, plumbers and painters will, in their respective lines, find Middlesborough, Ky., attractive for work is always plentiful, steady ami continuous, nnd wages aro higher than in the largo cities. The oxc loini" t .. i ' by this i?r!il fvont Is by inn irrosi' ft 'liroilv quuled iiv lli.tt piihIiu-i'10 V.'t'or X m iif il.scotury of Di Mn . 1 The v;oi'3?Va '::Ir. .n"r It takes 1873 COIG0 I'uK to melt gold and melt silver. to lifu, pain .liilniu.b .1 id cimiu.ioti in bo.id, tits, th'" fin 8lriii'Sn's. 11.111H, iilnos, 1: noiiri.Snow &ini'pHa. W Co., of 010. tlon, tnontliiy Syrncimi, N Y T.i bo't iiiul Moas. of Oiwni of Wnoster , anil A W Hiuiikburn, burs. Ind O , kiv thai "The Nurvmu .ull. better thun nny thliif; wo over sold, und kIvoi universal u Mfactlon." Dr. Mllus' now illur.ucd treat. on tho Ntvl'S and Iloart aud trial bottlo froo at A. It. l'enny' drus siorj. It sprtlily ours us oni'.trutiiiti (,'cu u".if io L,vc Livingston . b ui a in 10 S a in Lvc llcrea. Richmond. ICOTT &.DOWNE,Chomlsta. N.Y. Arr Stanford . 7 4J aa in f.ve in 00 Lvc Lancaster 7 45 a in Arr Richmond. . tooo a m 1 10 p m Lve Richmond. 6 10 a Arr Winchester. a 00 p m 7 IS a Arr Paris . . 40 p m 7 48 a a 05 p m 7 00 Lve Lexiug.on " 3 4S P m a 30 p m 8 53 a m. 4 i ji n Lve Paris Lve Falmouth . 4 ia p in 9 "3 tin Arr Cosington 5 40 p m 1035 a m 6 30 p ro 3 SO p ml 10 45 a ni 6 38 p m Arr Cincinnati Trains Nos. 11 and 14 run Sunday only between Cincinnati and Leiiiigtnti, leaving Cincinnati at 8 n m , and arriving at Lctiugton at ia m. Lve. Lexington at a 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at 3 33P ra. m On ihcMay.ville Uranch, No 9. leave. Pan. at 8 00, a m and No. 11, at 545, p m, arriving at Maysvilleat 10)5, a m, and 810. p m. No. 10 leaves Maysville at 5.13 a in, arring at Pan. at 740, am No u leaves Maysville at 150 and arrives at Pans at 4 15, p m. These tram, are daily escept Sunday. No 1 runs daily from Ixingion to Cincinnati No 4 1 leave. Lexington 1000 am; arrive. Pari. except Sunday No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pmj arrives Palmo-it7 10 pin j except Sunday No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600 am; arrives Cincin. nati7 5$ am; except Sunday No, t runs dally between Lexing Train Note. ton and Cincinnati. No 4 run. daily between llavlnp removed my Itarber "Imp to the Com Cincinnati and Lexington 6 Nos 1 mercUl lluU'l, I am prbparrd to acommiHlate l.t for pointsand themake connections at Winrhe.tei on N.N .V.M. V.Jty. diexanwcl .13 gentlemen in anything th y may IMPORTANT -- Trains ol this line now arrive wish in my line. Children nlso waited in. (.all at and depart from the Central Union Passenger on me. JI.hSK THOMPSON, Station Cincinnati making connections for all InCommcrcial Motel, points North, P.ast and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to an ftjfl destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. Bus Tiror L0S7 or V T. HO KANnoO Pj iVJIa4alrJi.i Pas. Ag, Cincinnati. uenaruanam;nuuB u.'.aarui W.L MWNSON S. r, II. MOKSh, den 'I pass'g'r Agt. Weatues.of Bdy and Hind, Effect! lof Errgrs or xoea.a. in Ollor Younif, U.bul, U.M. atSHO fcllf JUnmrl. Haw ,.Un. .ni ILK. HUNTINGTON, VIce.pSrt'.nd'bM-- , fiOIiT. BITMItSM ITUS.I DTS)t.oVltUOn(H841'ihTbl) Manager. I. a dJ.. aUol.l.lr a.Mli.a MOX TUI1TB.XT-U...- 0U Caulrlrs. Wrllt It.ab Ms. u.llff rrw M Bt.l. unit I GF.NERAL OFFICES: Jk.acr1.ll. Bm., .ibIs.sU. ad rai.Ur4(e..l.dirr.e. Chamber oj Commerce Building. Cincinnati, O. Mn IHIK MKDICAL CO.. UrrALO.N. V. PALATABLE AS MILK. SoUl by No. 1. N o.J. till iii(;(7flf. jtipn ff. h 1 Ml m mmm em mm Tv rl. V"