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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890110701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v- - "' 1 Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior" Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7,1890. LABASGUS, CASEY COUNTY. I NO. 72 LANCASTER. RARRAnnnnUNTY. Go to tho Opera House It. II. HronniiKli bought of Isnnc 10 liunri of stop cattle, nvcniKitiK V 037. jiouikIh, nt$25 n licail. I.ev. J. G. Livingston hits Wen employed to preach for tlio Mt. Olivet church next year. Tliesalnry i i'M. There is talk of orKauiziiiK an aina-tettlrnmatic club here. WVII find out Her-rl- n ir i something about it next week, unleM it does it work behind clotted doors. Several HockB of wild ueese panned over this week en route to the mimiy Southland. If the belief of the Hiipensti-tiou- s deserveit any credit wo may look for cold weather soon. Snpt. McClary hasappointed l'rof.J. Smith as one of the examining board for next year. Prof. Smith is n ripe scholar one thoroughly in love- with the schoolmen's profession and one who will conduct next J line's ordeal with an eye single to educational betterment. Of the more than 500 votes in this precinct only l;U were polled Tuesday in the congressional race, McCreary, democrat, receiving 10v of those, nnd Gilliam, prohibitionist, "S. The day did not wear the aspect of a great day, but seemed rather like an ordinary Saturday and in this ease wu can repeat without much embarrassment the hackneyed phrase, "The election passed olf piietly." -- Mrs. M. C. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, and her two pretty children, are at V. F. Kennedy's. John .s. Kdmiston answered Col. Slaughter's "ad." and is now handling dry goods and groceries for the "genial Dan" at his palace store at Faint Lick. Dr. II. F. Zeller is back from Cincinnati with a lino display of Christmas tricks. Misses Mary ltobin-soand Hebecca Stuart are spending u . couple of weeks in Danville and Mr. J. H. White was here Sunday paying his devoirs to one of our handsome brunettes. Uy the nay, wo hear that Mr. White is to supplant Mr. F L. N. at WilClitlbrd as agent for the liamsburg. Judge A. M. Kgbert lias returned from I'meville. Mr Charley Curtis has rented a farm ueur Mitchells-burand hu and his wife will shortly go thither. Mr. Henry Miller wan in town Tuesday. Mrs. M. C. Morgan joined her husband at Pinevillo this week. Kmil Forney, n young Switzer, aged 21, living with his uncle, a Frenchman named Gentun, in tho neighborhood of Chappell's Gap, committed suicide Tuesday, under circumstances which make tho case n peculiarly sad one. About two moiitns ago young Forney came hero from the canton of Vnud, Switzerland, lured hither by tho dazzling accounts of America Bent him by friends ou this side of the water, and which described this country as a land (low iug with milk and honey. On his urrivai hero ho endeavored to obtain employment from the farmers and woodmen hereabouts, but falling, ho went to Lexington, where two of his brothers resided. There ho had no better snecessjand, a short time ago, he returned to his unded cle's, near here, with a heart. He complained spondency in his to his uncle of the bitterness of his lot, said that America was not what ho imagined it; and expressed a passionate Nothing, longing for his fatherland. however, was thought of thesurepinings. Ho ato dinner as usual with his uncle's family, got up from the table and without betraying any emotion or arousing nny apprehensions in the family, took his pictol and walked out of the house, across tho road Into a stretch of woo.l opposite. A few minutes afterwards a shot was heard and a member of the family hastened In the direction it came from, and there, weltering in blood, lay tho unfortunate young man, with a fearful hole in his temple. His hand still held tho doMdly weapon, with which he His two brothhad drawn his ers in Lexington were wired for and came in time to bo present at tho held over tho remains by Squire Chappell. n Ferry-ville- I..-- g j The people of this place were startled Montlay night about 12 o'clock by tho piercing screams of a female. On several going out to see what was tho matter a woman was discovered to be on fire in front of Mr. Green Siielton's house .. ... i .. ...hi. n..i n uiiij in running ien ou her, which was torn oil" by Hob Sholton, who tlrst met her, and Thomas Ohelf dashed a bucket of water on her, but it wns too late. She was taken to the widow Uaney's where she was treatetl kindly until late this evening, when she died in great agony. She proved to be Mrs. Georgie Ann Drown, whose bus bund had abandoned her some timo ago f r another woman. Shu had camped after night ou 'farter's Dranch, mile from this place, where, building a lire, site lay down before it, ami falling asleep she caught fire, and being awakened ran to this place. Her mournful screams will ring in tho ears of a number of persons in this section for many days. Though, as a general thing, there is not much stirring news in this section, yet it abounds in relics ami curiosities of a past age. Among tho former is old Aunt Lucinda Hammonds, of color, the lowest estimate of whose age, by those having tho right to know, is .", while others make hor age 100 years. She was never known to be sick enough to need a physician or take medicine, and she is now in full vigor of health, except slight rheumatics in one knee. She hires out for wages anil is said to be a fine washer woman. Her teeth are perfectly sound ami eyesight good. She never was married, always was temperate, though she smoked tobacco moderately a few years since, but quit on suspecting it injured her health. She lives around among the Hammond connections, ami sometimes is Known to walk 15 miles in a day. If any other county can beat Casey in tho above line let 'em rise und explain. I called on last Sunday on the venerable Green Sbeltou at tho old Jimmy Shackelford plact. It ought to be known that Fnclo Jimmy Shackelford, who died a lew years since in his DSlh year, was n captain in the war of , 1S12. Mr. Stielton showetl fuo a lino sword, which is said to have belonged to a Drit-is- h otllcer and was brought home by Capt. ShacKelford. also shown a lino pair of silver shoe buckles, worn by Xuukiiriah Shackelford, the father of 'dipt. James Shackelford, at Cornwallis' surrender in the revolutionary war. They are contidorably larger and of a ihllerent pattern from any shoo buckles of modern date. If one of the heroes of Yorktown could bo resuscitated, draped in costume with his shiny silver knee ami shoe buckles, ho would thrown mod ern dude considerably in tho shade. and California's Dark Side. Los Akoklkn, Cm.., Oct. 21), 1SU0. "'i .i. HUBBLE. deep-seate- life-bloo- st MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Miss Claudia Drye, of Itradfordsvllle, nnd D. 0. McWilliams, of Mississippi, Tho great auction sales of Town lots nt Middlesborough, Ky., will commence Tho Bonanza Mills, at Iticlunond, on November 10th. Half rate excur owned by Chenault fc Burnain, were sions ou all tho railroads, good for 15 burned Saturday night, together with days 80veralbuildings adjacent, by incendiaries. Tho mill contained, says tho CliTho foreign Bteel and iron men, who max, 14,000 bushels of wheat nnd 200, havo just completed a tour of tho South, 000 pounds of (lour, valued at over state that thoy nro more pleased with the Tho mill cost $32,000, besides tho prospects of Middlesborough, Ky., lot nnd tho Insurance is but$2S,500. Mnj. than any other place they had visited. Collins' loss is 10.000, with half insurance. This is said to bo the shortest sentence mmm "Go to Middlesborough, Ky., nud Beo containing all tho letters of thoalphabet: how n Buperb now city is being built. Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs." ' Half-farrates ou nil tho railroads. 20,-00- 0. were married Monday. Georgo Leach, aged 211 and a widowwas married to Miss Victoria Baker, er, at Mr. Georgo Bakor'B, on tho 1th. Tho bride is just 15. It is rumored that Secrotnry Tracy is to bo married soon to Miss Porter, of Now York. His llrst wife was burned to death about a year ago. John M. Gooch, 21, and Miss Mary F. Dudderar, 20, were united in marriage at Mr. Sam Dudderar's, on tho 15th, by Elder J. G. Livingston. Tho election passed oil' quietly hero Tuesday with but :M votes cast for McCreary and 2 for Gilliam, tho prohibition condidate. The colored vote stood hands olf here. Tho road reviewers selected tho ridgo lino from Carman's through Dright's to Col. Underwood's bsruas tho location for tho proposed road. Wo hope that all parties will use fair means and that tho proper amount of damages may bo allowed ami that satisfaction will follow. Dr. Herrin reports Dank Dull right sick on account of measles settling on Ids lungs. II. L. Hubble has sold his Clinton jack to some Missouri parties for $1,500. Mr. Andy Spooui.in.oru moved his family to our settlement Wednesday. Miss Dettio Spoonamore, of Duonn Vista, is visiting Miss Sallio Smith. A jack man told us last veek that on one of his visits to Darcolonla, Spain, he saw a largo herd of jennets used for dairy purposes. M. F. Herrin is talking of going to Middlesborough, to look for n location. S. Harris and G. V. Jlright bought soma good steers of Prewitt, this week, at 3J. Thomas Woods received J. C. Kubanks' cattle, weighing 1,:00 pounds, at !!, bought some time ngo. Robert Hooker has moved to Lexington. Mrs. Joo Swopo has returned from a visit to Lexington. Win. Hubblo aid that tho democrats had been successful in tho U: S. nud his sign is that it cleared olf Tuesday morning when tho vote began. Tho sign is good, but it may get cloudy. Colored people hero aro ceiling . their Mr. Dub Farris, did you kill Mr. Kngleman's old green-heaed pet duck when you worn hunting out hero? Ho is gon '.Walnuts aro worth 2ocents per bushel here. Dr. Herrin reports Mr. Jos. Herrin in rather a critical condition with pneumonia fever. school-house- help the hoys. Jim Durnside, of color, better known as ''Bounce," was fined $25 In tho police court Tuesday for selling wliiskv on "Battle Dow." Mr. G. H. Dallard, of Kansas formerly of Pulaski county, was united in marriage to Miss Jennie Murphy, of Lincoln county, at tho clerk's ollice, Wednesday, Rev. Tercy officiating. The election Tuesday wns the most tpiiet ever heltl in Garrard county. An exceedingly small voto was polled. Gov. McCreary received in tho county about (1'0 votes. J. C. Gilliam, tho prohibition candidate, received about 0 or 7 votes in the entire county. James L. Duncan, who is stationed at Hopkinsvillc as V. S. ganger, is here It. G. Price, of Danville, is in ou a visit town. Miss Alpha Tyree, of Stanford, was visiting friends hero the first of the week. Tho Lyon Comedy Co. hns played every night this week at the Opera Friday, night House. On they will givo a performance for the ben-elof the McCreary Guards. Tho boys will take part in the play, in one scene there being 25 uniformed men on the stage. ICverybody should go antl givo the boys n lift. Tho constitutional convention, after a brilliant display of oratorical pyrotechnics, lasting for over three weeks "at a cost of 800 a day in a discussion of the Dill of Rights, during which time Magna Charter, the Declaration of Independ-enre- , the Fourth of July, the Revolution ary war, tho war of 1S12, the late war and everything pertnitiiug to the tempo ral and spiritual wants of mankind in general were fuljy ventilated, .has notified the people of the State, that all the discussion tlius far has beell simply the skirmish that precedes tho general engagement that is to follow. On the 10th of November the discussion on the Dill of Rights will be resumed, tho big guns Colum-biad- s will open und after the have exhausted their ammunition, the small arms will discharge u volley or two, nuil this is to be done regardless of expense, as they are resolved to fight it out on this line, if it takes all winter. H the rights of the citizens can be fully set out on paper in the form of a constitu' tion, tho question as to their enforce ment thereafter is one of comparative insignificance. Men must look out for themselves, as all the interest tho Commonwealth has in their allairs is to see that they pay their taxes. It is God for us all and the devil take the hindmost. It is to be hoped that when the debate begins on the 10th that an opportunity will be given tho modest members, who have thus far refrained from taking part in tho discussions, to say something, if for no other reason than to give them a chance to get their names in the papers, as, for example, Mr. Mellenry, Gov. Knott, Col. Young, Mr. Dronston, Mr. Hentlrick and others. Many of these gems of oratory will no doubt be preserv ed in the fifth readers, and such patriotic exclamations as "Give mo liberty or give me 5 a day" will be quoted by tiie youth of tho land in the ages to come. lt h Gov. Nichols, of Louisiana, lost a leg, an arm and an eyo in defenso of tho Lost Cause, but is still able to tight the e lottorv with great vehemence. After getting out of jail at Paris Jim Fitzgerald sUirted home by tho railroad track ami wns struck while ou the bridge ncrosa Stoner by a train nnd killed. .lie hail lost both amis 20 years ago by the cars. This is the 12th man to get killed ou that bridge, besides tho one hung from it. John M. Wilson, school superintend-cu- t of Estill, and Dr. P. A. nnd Grant Lilly, sons of Judge Lilly, fought over a negro at the polls. Wilson wns shot four times and stabbed once by Dr. Lilly, who was shot twice by Wilson, killing him instantly. Wilson died that night. Grant Lilly is badly wounded. Monday, on Sinking creek, in Knox county, Thomas Carnes, aged 14, killed John Ferguson, shooting him through tho heart with n Winchester. The difficulty grow out of tho facWthat Ferguson, in 'company with some four of fivo other desnerato characters, visited the house of young Cnrnes nnd grossly insulted his father, an old man about 70 years of age. Town Marshal James M. Wester, of Kingston, Tenn., attempted to nrrest n drunken man when James Edwards and shot tho marshal through the abdomen. Although fatally wounded tho marshal rallied, put a ball through Edwards' brain, killing him in a few minutes and an hournfterwnrds ho was also dead. During tho last fiscal year tho United States expended S10l),3o7,534 for pensions, an increase of 22,000,000 over the grevious period of corresponding length. It is a greater sum than tho assessed value of several States, and is tho most prodigious burden over put upon any Verily kthe people for Buch a purpose. backs of the American people are etrong and their patience is lasting. Louisvilllo Times. . Di:.tu Intkiuoic Watermelons and The Home anil Lot of 14 Acres on the Dancanteloupes are still as plentiful ns dur- ville pike, one mile from Stanford, now occupied by Mr F Thurmond. It is well ing August in Kentucky. All kinds of fine orchard, good garden and water.improved, has MKS. FANNIE DUNN. fruit, except oranges, are temptingly dis-- , played nt tho many fruit stands, including a few strawberries, raspberries and House on Lancaster street in Stanford, containblackberries. Grapes of nlmost n dozen ing three dillerent varieties are now on the mar-- t about vso rooms and cellar. in Good cistern holding barrels of water yard. f J. 1t. HIOGINS, ket. About tho timo the deciduous fruits Staslord, Ky. begin to get scarce or disappear, the will begin to ripen, and conse- quently during nearly the whole year 3NTEW there is some fresh fruit to be had. I Owing to my continued bad health, I have formthink it is the impression of some in tho ed a partnership with ray brother, John L. Klkin, under the firm name of M. F. hlkin .V Co , to East that apricots, peaches, pears and take effect Oct 1st. Persons knotting themselves such like ripen here nt almost all times indebted to me will please call at once and settle. I am unable to ce you in person ami need my of the year, but, of course, that is n mis money badly. Thanking you for your liberal patronage in the past, I ask continuance ot same totake, ns those antl nil other deciduous ward the new firm. Respectfully, M F ELKIN. fruits mnture in certain months just as ti they do east of the Rockies, and no Fruit Troo3 For Salo Ohoap. iimuuuk uicura nuu irrigation will make them produce more than one crop. Not I have a nice lot of Apple Trees, Grape Vines so with citrus and small fruits, which and Raspberry l'lants, or my own raising, for sale. Apple Trees 15 cents each and others in propyr-tiocan be made to bear almost the entire as wish to close out the business. P. L. SIMPSON, year by careful attention and plenty of Stanford, Ky water. ' Eastern visitors to Los Angeles, who have read so much about the slendid orchards that surround this city on nil We offer for sale privately sides nnd are to be seen even within her the George Anderson place, Hour farm known as mile from Huston-villon the limits, nre very much disnppoiuteti to good dwclliug Liberty pike, containing 4, acres, of 6 rooms and well watered. Call find that there is hardly n decent orchnrd on or address us at Hustonville, Ky. JUII.V ELLIS, within a radius of five miles of the cenMARY ELLIS. tre of the city, nnd that scarcely any of the land within thnt limit is cultlvnted nt all. There nre still thousands of ncres between hero and the ocean, which is I offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm about 15 miles distant, that are used on- of 60 acres of bottom land on Dix River; 21 acres sown in wheat up and all right balance in ly as cattle ranches, nnd the same is true The dwelling has 6 rooms; there is a new crass. barn, good well, fine orchnrd and fencing nearly new. to a grent extent in other directions. Terms, half cash, balance in one and two years, With so little cultivated land surround- with interest. II not sold will be for rent. Possession given January 1, 1891 ing her, I can hardly see how Los Ange6ylf J. W. ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. les can expect to increase her population nnd wealth very much. This part of the State stands n pretty good show for n coal famine this winter. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and on our lands per. The strikes in the Wellington mines in others not to trespasswill be prosecuted without fullmission, as all such to the est extent of the law. Signed: Australia, from whence most of the coal I, W. GAINES. consumed here comes, and the inability irs aijiruMimww. J. II. McKINNHY. U. LYNN. JUIt. 11ALLOU. JOS. of tho mines in New Mexico and Arizo-d- Mrs. ALICE TUCKER. THOS C. HALL. W. A HAMILTON. to fill their many orders has made M C. REYNOLDS. I S. PHILLIP . L HECK. Mrs ALICE I HAUGHMAX. that fuel very scarce already and the sit- V. M. WARE, If. H. COOPER, Mrs. M A. MARTIN. uation is gradually growing worse. The W A.COFFEY. ROUKHT HARNETT J. E HRUCE, former Jiigh prices of 10 and 15 per ton have been increased 25 to 30 per cent. Los Angeles is to have two electric or street car lines. One i3 almost ready for Personalty, Crop & Farming Imoperation. The other, a sort of belt line, plements. will likely be commenced very soon. will sell to the highest bidder at my residence 7 Doth aro to uso overhead wires instead miles west of Stanford on of tho later improvements in that line, thereby disfiguring the streets with un- Tnosday, Novomfcor 18th, 1890, sightly poles and n network of wires, The following property- which interfere with the ladders in fight- Fifteen head fancy harness, saddle brood horses, ing fire and endanger the lives of the i pair ot work .Mules. r head of NEW YORK CATTLE, if people. She is already well supplied if not sold before day of sale ; Five nice yearling Steers, 7 fat Heifers, 8 good with cable and horse-calines. Milk Cous, 8 CaKe, 1 Hulls, yoke Of Oxen, I Tho red scale is found to be doing bunch of Hogs, a nice lot of Shoats; stacks of pure Timothy grent damage again to citrus trees insev-era- l Forty acres pi Corn, Hay, soo'Locust Posts, Farming Implements; One handsome new Surrey and Harness, Phaelocalities hereabout. The lady bug, ton, Household and Kitchen Furnitute. which almost cleaned out tho white or Terms made known on day of sale Mrs. E. H. JONES. cushion scale, don't consider the red a part of her job, and consequently the horticulturalist has to resort to sprays and gases to rid the trees of tho pest. It is OF A an uphill business to raise orangesand lem. Valuable Lincoln County Farm. within 40 or 50 miles of the ocean. One Circuit bad justas well make up his mind to go H C. Haker, Adair with Court. Admr the will annexed of W. ., P. Williams.-tlecdwhere the sun will fry the fat out of him Pltf., vs. John W. Williams, Ac , Defts. Notice nnd where dews and fogs seldom come, Hy virtue of a decree tho aboved styled case, rendered at the September term, 1800, of the if he expects to get rich raising oranges. Adair Circuit Court, I will, as Special CommisDampness seems to breed all kinds of sioner of said Court, ou pests. Nov. 13th, 1890, Mean water, dust, Hies, mosquitos the premises, anil liens are some of the disadvauinges Cn auction, on a sell toofthe highest bidder at credit of 6, 11 and 18 months, of Southern Calfornia during the heated equal installments, a certain Tract ot Land known P Williams farm, Lincoln term. The Hies stick 60 tight that it is as the Wm Waters of Hanging lying , andimmedi- Co., out he Fork-aiciy on tne pike leaning trom Uanwlle to almost necessary to pull them olf to get about iVJ luiles from Hustonville, being rid of them. the same land deeded by Win. P. Williams to II. Hudson by deed dated August 19, 1883, and The weather tempered down from tho recorded in the Lincoln County Court Clerk's extreme heat of which 1 wrote in my office, to which reference is made for a full description, containing J58 Acres Roods last and, wo find a day or two that were Poles. Said land will be offered in two orand 34 more traits and then all together, and the bid or bids pleasant; but it soon turned hot and tho will be accepted and reported which realize the mercury ran up to 90 in tho shade again. largest amount of money. At the same time and place and upon the same Last night came a heavy fog, and this terms will sell the Tract ot Land containing about 40 Acres, more or less, coneyed to said morning it was pretty cool. T. R. W. Williams by A. W Harperand wife by deed dated 7-t- f FOR RENT OR SALE. MrLLnTEKTr. . Having received a NEW nnd ELEGANT LINE of hall and inter Millinery, and secured the services ofMrs Kdmiston, I insite the ladies of McMnncyatid vi. inity to call at lower room of Veranda Hotel. V FOR RENT. MR, F 6?-- J. TANNER, McKinney, Ky. POSTED. I forbid kinfolksund their folk's folks, my folks and their folks, as well as colored folks, totresnaw or hunt birds, rabbits aniTiqulrrels on my farm without my permission, or the will be punished to the full extent ol the law. I mean what I say THOMAS C. HALL. 6i-t- FIRM. J" FOR SAIiEI Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing iio acres. 1 . Terms eavy. T R. WALTON, Stanford. For Salo 86 I Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. n, 1 " J. DARST, Rowland. LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. The undersigned will rent for the year i8qi. on reasonabe terms, her Farm ol 730 Acfes. ijmiles from Milledgyvllle. Ky. FARM FOB. SALE. 50-- tl e, The renter can he privilege of seeding this Fall, Applt to Mrs. NANCY JENKINS, Sm" Danville, Ky. House and Lot at Crab Ordiari-for'Sal- Farm For Sale. kno'wi tne'slal vms property, one Hlock from Depot. The house contains six spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one open porch and portico, wl(h all necessary out- , noraddre" D- - B. Crab Orchard, Ky., or me at Pineville, Ky. -' SAMUEL BLAIRM. D. Edim-stou3- 4acrab o'rchS 1TEW SAW MILL. .! pike, f,nihdmrnewSaw Mln on the Somer. miles lro.n Stanford nnd am prepared to furnish any kind of LUMBER, 7 POSTED. bC,;?xWST,l.R,CESto WW ' Wi" th suit purchasers. Give me a trial. I'estoffice, MAYWOOD, KY. - SHINGLES A.B.HASTIN :ea.Ij:ej, i89o. Blue-Gras- s a Nurseries. PUBLIC SALE Immense stock of frtnt and ornamental trees. Grapevines, Asparagus, small trees, and every, thing for the lawn, orchard and garden. We have no agents, but sell direct nt low prices to the plan-te- r. rite for catalogue to H. F. HILLENMEYEIl. ,, " Lexington, Ky. Farm For Sale. I desire to sell my larm ofabout 130 acres, ated about tj miles north of Stanford ou situ, the Kush Branch pile, opposite the old church. There are about jo acres in wheat and rye; the balance of the Tarm well set In timothy. Good dwelllne ol four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession cart be given immediately. For particulars, se J. Uailey, Stanford, or write the nndersigned P. at Cincinnati, Ohio. E WITHERS 1 & Forty-fou- r 1 FOR I SAX.3E - ! y. 1 65-- tJ Commissioner's Sale 111 wish to sell privately my residence and property. I he house has five rooms, store room, pan-trfront verandah, back porch latticed, good cellar with windows on uth side; outbuildings all new, consisting of meat house, henery, coal house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are two good cisterns, one at house, the other at the statue. I here is an abundance of fruit, including raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, grapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple trees. Also some nice Jersey Cows and heifers bred to registered bull. One harness horse, one combined horse, both gentle and can be driven by woman or child. One buggy and phaeton. Also acres of pasture land, which will be sold In one piece or divided into lots to suit 1 hose wishing to buy a lot cheap will nave a golden opportunity. J7-- n J. G. CARPENTER. Stanford. & Thursday, HOTTSE FOR RENT pub-li- e 111 And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. Desiring to quit the drug business Hustonville I offer my entire stock of fresh at Drugs and Chemicals for sale Mystook iscompleteiu every particular and the business is a paying one in Hustonville. ill also rent the entire house mv store is located in 1 he house contain 4 good upstairs ii w. ry3ii, Hustonville. .. "" rannum at t ji-ji- mm, I 1 Some one says: At ten years of age a boy tninks his father knows a great deal, ut 15 ho knows as much as his father, nt 20 ho knows twice ns much, at 30 ho is willing to take bin advice, nt 40 ho begins to think his father knows something after all, nt 50 he begins to seek his advice nnd at 00 after his father is dead-- he thinks he was the smartest man that over lived. Jan. 1, 1S67, and recordrd in s.ud office, lying in said county on the waters of Harris Fork. Itonds required of the purchaser with good securities, bearing interest from date of sale and having- the force and effect of a judgment. d H. C. HAKER, Special Com'r. 65-t- sell privately my farm of 370 Acres of blue-gras- s land at a bargain, in a fine state ol fertility. Would sell joo acres with Improvements. Location one mile south of Stanford, and the laying of the farm is superb. There are all of the necessary improvements, including a frame dwelling ct five 48-i- On account of continued bad health, desire to rooms and hall, a large basement barn, and all For further information, apply to buildings new ItOHT. McALISTEll, -- THE- THE MYERSHOUSE No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, and its proprietor is determined that shall be maintained. He has added to its appointments Farmers Bank&Trast Co. OF STANFORD, KY., Is now fully organized and ready for business with "Ah, the terrible liquor question!" Snrplus, cried tho prohibition orator in Maine, "How shall we find the solution?" "Go to my drug store in town, mister," re plied an unregenerate citizen. "Two winks for bourbon and one for rye." i Paid up Capital of . - - $200,000. 13,500. Pool and Billiard Parlors -- Also SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, A First-Clas- s Saloon, can I? The minit I lay down I'm asleep an' tho minit I'm awake I havo to get up. Where's .tho time for enjoyin' it?" All tho railroads aro offering specially low rates to Mfddlesborough, Ky., for t (Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management. Hy provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as fully protected as aio depositors 111 National Alex A. Arthur, President of tho Mid Hanks, its shareholders being held individually ol the amount the stock dlesborough, Ky., Town Company, is liable to at theextentvalue thereof, in of their to the par therein addition distributing (free) a most superb album, amount invested In such shares. It may act as executor administrator, trustee, &c, as fully as of (5 pages, profusely illustrated with an individual who entrusted their buisiuess to us To photographic views of Middlesborough, while those mnagiug the Lincoln National Hank of Stanford, w e we here tender our manv thanks and Cumberland Gap and surrounding coun- - trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are con4Do you enjoy sleep, Bridget?" "How sistent with sound banking. Where the choices wines and liquors aie kept. Commercial travelers will find eveiything for their comfort. IwrMtlKlsflHBhiiflUHl J I. Williams directors: Mt. Vernon; J. T. SUTTON" & CO., J. tho sales which commence on November 10th. S.J. Embry, Stanford; ; Lynn, Stanford J. K. W Carpenter, Milledgcville; A. J. K.Haughraan, Hustonville; F. Cash, Stanford; J. William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. S.H. Shanks, President. J. U. Owsley, Cashier. J. M. Hail Stanford; S. Owsley, Stanford ; HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still in the business and ready to do any. thing In the Undertaking line. We have a full stock of Case and Caskets of all kinds and Rob.s of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly new can bo obtained on short notice Mr. J. H "w. . m. umi.i u wm snow our goods to any one needing: anything; in our -- 04-- ,l- - .t.trSs - jr. y . l.-t- , , "J. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Brtjr Novkmiibii 7, 1890 Oklahoma clecttd a republican dole-Rat- I Stanford, Ky., V Minnesota gives the democracy a net gain of 5 congressmen. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer says Warwick's majority over McKinley cannot bo less THE LEADERS ALWAYS LV THE ADVANCE. JS'ever once W. P. WALTON. thun2;0. is - i I,', ' : rt ! ft . .) V M Tuesday wns a glorious day for the democrncy nnd n veritable Waterloo for Heedism and tlie republicans. The party of the people made jains nearly every where, surprising even the nnt sanguine. The next House will he democratic by a s.ife majority, some of the estimates placing it as high as "I. The A GROUND people have spoken from the Atlantic to the Pacific, from the. Lakes to the Gulf nnd the verdict is that they do not want the Force bill ami utterly repudiate the party which forced on them the iniquitous taritr bill. The result shows a trePennsylvania, Massachusetts, Nemendous upheaval of popular indignn braska, Wisconsin and Minnestion. such ns will bring the conspirators ota Swing into the Demoto their senses. To hear that Pennsylvania, which at cratic Column, the labt election gave Harrison plurality, now elects a democratic gov"Wiiilo tho Democrats Carry the ernor by 10,000 and gives a gain of three Nost Bouso "by 100 to 150 Congressmen, sounds about like a fairy Majority. (lie, yet it is true. Massachusetts also follows suit by electing a democratic governor and giving that party a gain of McKinloy, Cannon and Most liivn in Congress. Wisconsin, another Other Conspira'republican stronghold, elects a democratic governor by 20,000, a democratic legislature and S out of 0 congressmen, Victory All Along tho lassachusetts, Michigan and even Kan- A Glorious Lino. sas has fallen into the democratic line nnd everything is lovely and the gooso New Mexico elected a democratic del- banes high. , The democracy has resumed the saddle and the republicans aie gate. Georgia continues a delegation of fleeing to the mountains of Hepsidaml Glory hallelujah! A solid democratic delegation is again The Xew York Times expresses it in n elected in Mississippi. nutshell: "Mr. Thomas 15. 15eed was Louisiana's delegation will be solidly elected Speaker of the House in the democratic, a gain of one. present Congress by u majority of seven. Alabama will again be represented by When the House adjourned tlj dictator a solid democratic delegation. had succeeded in making that majority Deleware elects a democratic congress1M. When the House meets in Decem- man and a democratic legislature. ber, 1S01, Mr. Heed, if he is the candia republican to Washington date of his party for Speaker, will bo Congress and n decidedly republican legdefeated by a majority of at least 70. islature. Tnat is the response of the country to The democrats gain two congressmen his insolent challenge to accept a House in North Carolina and elect their State of Representatives which he thanked ticket by 20,000. God was no longer a deliberative body. Large democratic gains were made in It is the answer of the country, also, to New Joreey, but tho represeutati on the taritr policy of the republican party stands ns before. put upon the statute book just in tiino A democratic governor is elected in to be voted on by the people, and to the .Massachusetts and the democrats gain Force bill postponed 'until after the elec- four congressmen. tions,' " Michigan has elected a democratic governor by 10,000 and a legislature Is response to a polite request from strongly democratic. NEWS CONDENSED Gov. Hill for a enumeration of the pop0 Tho democrats carry Tennessee by City; in which glarulation of New York Shaw & Albright, hhoe manufacturand gain a congressional district ing errors have been discovered, Secreta- from ers, Louisville, have failed for $40,000. the republicans. ry Noble addresses a most insulting and Congressmon Wilson was olected C. K. Breckinridge's majority m the fc uncalled-fo- r letter to that official refus 2d Arkansas is 2,000 and the democrats president of the B.ubourvillo Land ing to comply. The letter not only Co. Improvement have returned a solid delegation. charges Gov. Hill with acting in a most W. T. Minton, from Pulaski, wan ac Tho vote in the Sth district was very reprehensible manner, but as good as quitted in the l S. court, at Louisville, light, Madison only showing up well. charges him with lying. The document McCreary's for intimidating nn officer. vote there is about 1,600. shows of what small calibre republican W. T. King, an old and highly resThe democratic Stnto ticket is elected cabinet officers are made nnd how prone pected farmer of Whitley, fell from his they are to" disgrace the. high ollices to in Texas by the usually large majority ami barn roof and broke his neck. which they have by accident been railed. the delegation is again solidly democrat TJie deaths of Mrs. B. Francis, ".0; If it were not beneath the dignity of his ic. W. T. Fox, So, and Bryant Searcy, SO, The democrats elect IMtison governstation, Gov. Hill might with much pronoted in tho Richmond Climax. or of Pennsylvania by 10,000 majority are priety bring the secretary to his senses A dilliculty occurred at Ilarrodsburg by applying his foot to that portion of and gain three democratic Congress- in Bemis' saloon, during which Monroe his anatomy most convenient for such men. Taylor, son of 'Squire Taylor, had his Georgia sends another democratic delreception. k. throat cut from ear to ear by Jim egation to Congress and so does Florida, The Itichuiond Climax says: "Tho which gives its democratic State ticket a The Grand Hotel and tho Burlingprohibition candidate for Congress wrote majority of 1",000. ton House, San Francisco, were partially Both sides aro claiming Montana, ns to the county clerk in this place to put burned together with most of the block, his name on the "pole" book. Besides before. The democrats seem to have entailing a loss of several thousand dollu didn't seem to know that the voting won nnd should see to it that they aro lars. not ci'Uiitel out again. ii by ballot." As this was published Henry Invins, at Weavertown, Pn., the election it can not be claimed to The next Congress, according to non. blew the top of his head oil from nullifiLea campaign lie. Bro. Gilliam is a partisan estimates, will be composed of cation caused by his wife him good old preacher, who was seduced in- 23(3 democrats and Do republicans a nnd his paramour when she caught tUeni to running for Congress, and if he is not democratic majority of 141. in a compromising position. Maryland defeats McComas, the author up to auutron political matters he is exof tho L. Orson B. Smith, of tho bill to prevent gerrymandering & N. at Middlesboro, has been arrested cusable. and sends a solid democratic delegation for robbing the Adams express of $000. The congressmen elected Tuesday aro to Congres", a gain of two. Ho was captured in Louisville and renot sworn in till the 4th of next March Nebraska changes her delegation to turned to the scene of his alleged crime. and will not likely be called on to do nny two democrats and one republican, a Lexington has now 11 banks with n work before tho first Monday in Decem- gain for tha former of one. A democratcapital of nearly $5,000,000, besides two ber, 1891, when the regular session of ic governor is probably elected. Bafety vault nnd trust companies nnd the 52d Congress begins. UnfortunateIndiana comes nobly'up with a demo- several building and loan associations ly Reed's Congress has three months cratic majority on the State ticket of handling severnl thousand dollars in more to do its devilish work, but we a democratic Legislature andlOor 11 loans. opine that it will go mighty slow after Congressmen, a gain of ono or more. One of the finest veins of coking coal studying the election returns. democrats gain a congressman in yet discovered has recently been found The Vn... lTnmtialiirn nnd rpilllf'H tlm rontihli- - in southwestern Virginia, near Roanoke, The democrats of this county ought to inin.:t v in ti1H wfeiature. McKin- - measuring 22 inches in thickness, with be ashamed of themselves for not voting ,,v; i .. - fHinLfressmari cmlned. is a rela 2 feet of slate. p- Tuesday. They owed it to McCreary to tive of our McKinneys. The health officer of Louisville re give him a hearty endorsement, to say Wisconsin wheels into the democratic ports that there were 3,101 deaths in that nothing of their duty to express their column by electing Georgo W. Peck for city during the year just ended, includdisgust for republican methods and ex governor, a democratic legislature and ing the 77 killed by tho cyclone. Of tho travagance. six Congressmen, a gain in the latter of number consumption heads the list with of count- four. Tho legislature will elect a demo 378 victims and pneumonia follows with Reed will surrender the job to Senator Spooner. 251. ing quorumB after March 4. The Sth cratic successor The Middlesboro Coal and Coke Co., The Tillman democratic ticket was may furnish tho next speaker Kentucky has been incorporated for the purpose of and he will be n model of dignity and elected in South Carolina by 23,000, but of coal lands leas Speaker McCreary would the democrats seem to have lost ono developing 3,000 acres fairness. congressman. The legislature is over- ed from the American Association. Tho sound mighty natural. whelmingly democratic nnd will elect a incorporators are eastern men and they will begin at once the erection of 1,000 The Frankfort Capital exclaims in ag- - B lccessor to Wade nampton. New York has changed her delegation ovens. ony of soul: "When tho birthday of the Charles Blythe, the Richmond, Ky., Vnthnr of his Country comes theconven-- . in Congress from 20 republicans and 14 and on tho,1'democrats, to 20 democrats and 14 repub negro, who murdered Maj. Jones, at Cintion we will have with us, mayor of New cinnati, for which he was sonteuced to Fourth of July wo may not o widely licans. Grant is York City by nearly 25,000. It also seems bo hung and afterwards had his sentence separated." reasonably certain that the demofcrats commuted to imprisonment for life, died WoooioN is standing up on his have carried the legislature. Urkv in the Ohio penitentiary Monday of conhind legs and crowing over Ellis' victory. in the former sumption. There was a landslide The wife of Frank Stone, at Wnbash, He certainly has a right to be proud of republican stronghold of Kansas. Only that 4,020 majority to which he contrib- one republican is elected to Congress, tho Ind., has distinguished herself by giving uted bo much. other six being democrats and alliance birth to the smallest baby on record. It men, who will vote with the democrats. is a girl, is perfectly formed in every It looks "very ffluch Hke the republi- This fusion also elects the governor and respect and is but six inches in length, cans have crrfe('irtlie"l6h Kentucky. while its head will fit easily into an ora majority of the legislature, so good-by""" ft' dinary teacup. IngalU! ! . It was a famous victory 1 SWELL. The Democrats Sweep the Countrv. 7J,-43- of the tors Defeated. dem-crat- s. ts In North and South Dakota and Nevada the republicans seem alone to have held their own. In nearly every instance the democrats who had their seats stolen were returned to Congress. Old Virginia, God bless her, has elect-- e a solid democratic de o ;ation. Praise tho Lord for her redemption! Iowa has probably gone democratic on the SUUo ticket. She increases her democratic representation by four. Missouri had five republicans in the 51st Congress. Tuesday not a single one was and democrats will represent every district. In West Virginia the republicans concede that a solid democratic delegation to Congress has been elected in that Stnto by majorities ranging from 200 to 1,200. Illinois will not bo represented by Cannon and Howell any more. These two were defeated for Congress, in which body tho democrats gain four. The legislature is also probably democratic. McKinley, tho apostlo of High Taritr, is defeated in Ohio nnd tlie democrats gain 9 congressmen. Gov. hooter is also defeated. The republican State ticket was elected by about 10,000. Hamilton county went republican. This iB tho way Kentucky contributed to the glorious result: Stone bent his republican nnd prohibition opponents clenr out of sight in the 1st; Kills downs the republican-allianccandidate by a large 2d, carrying every counmajority in the ty in it; Goodnight hardly knew that n republican named James was running against him in the 3d; Montgomery,, uns an easy winner in the 1th; Carnth's majority in tlie 5th is r,lS3, St. John Uoyle seeming not to have been in it at all; Dickerson beats O'Neal in the 0th about 1.000: Ifnlv Breckinridge had next to a a prohibitionist nlone ap-pearing against him; with McCreary it was the same, only more so. His major ity is nway up in tlie tliousaniH. in tlie is claimed by ilth Paynter's over 2,000; while in the 10th things look considerably blue for the democracy. Even Clark went republican. Wilson, is, of course, olected in tho 11th, but the republican majority is cut away down. Whitley, which give l.oOO for I'inley, onlv gives Wilson 300. while Pulaski doesn't do any better. Howard carried Bell by 400, the first time ehe ever went democratic. e walk-over, 1 I. "fl headed in the mighty race for public palvruige. Our immense bargains, oar trenicndous inducements land, us easy winners evevy time, while our special sales stamp us as THE GREATEST VALUE GIVERS Of the entire vicinity. The cool weather and the certain, advance soon to take place on almost alt hinds of JJry (roods, Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Jfats Trunks, Carpets, $c, have caused us to have a big trade the past week. We are prepared for even a. larger this week, as it will be a, long time be fore you buy the best goods as low as we sell them this iveeh. My laying in Enormous Quantities Winter Goods Early in the season before the great advance we are able to sell at tlie old prices, notwithstanding an advance of 25 per cent, by manufacturers and imporleis. Where can you find another such establish ment in this sect ion of the country that offers such advantages to the public as docs THE LOUISVILLE STORE With their vast facilities and immense purchasing power, they are able to niuiuui nun (iif'iciuy turn uccr luu(i.s ui siiun rcui a nan lines mat llicil Ca ii and do sell goods Lu WER than the ordinary dealer can b'y at wholesale. Remember that you are getting with every dollar's worth of goods yon buy a licit et entitling you to a chance on that' Handsome Plush Parlor Set. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, M. SALINGER, Manager. i 30,-00- Judge Caldwell, of the United States circuit court, at Little Rock, .Ark., held !.... I... mi? ...,.... ., ,,r fV.i..r.iu.i ni.il Willi llliurr .1... ii'U'iiimn'ii-'iiKiiriiiitthe existing State laws of Iowa, "tho original package is dea'd," and has no protection ollinterstntc law after it the border of a piohibitiou State. I have opcrcil on Lancaster street in the oKl I )avics property a full Joel W. Ktnbry had a surgical ope line of brand new ration performed on hw leg in a huspital j in Cincinnati last week, by which u lon(JUKEXSWARE. gitudinal section of the thigh hone was GROCERIES AND troubled with removed. He has been white swelling for a yer or two. He is Glassware and Confections and invite the public to call and inspect my stock. My motto is "good goods for the least money." doing reasonably well. Richmond Climax. I buy lor h at d ,, fcr vlh thu ciml.line me U a.r the ur Aikme a hrr monr) lh pu. in I'ilt.nj-- r aihl pi..iBi..iic U,r dealing to all. I m jour, tuplcax FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. XV. RAMSKY, St., ' One good Jersey milk cow for sale. W. B. Mclloberts. Russia, by Nutwood, sold at Chicago Tuesday to Col. White, of Cleveland, for m WiewStore, ft? ew Goods. HARDWARE, cros-s-e- s 4 J. Lancaster hr f fM! m. Stanford. M i Tho Old Eeliable Jeweler vy&L -- $11,200. R. McAninch, of Cosoy, 12 in the Lead. Marion county party, colts tit 7 50. of Madison, bought f J. P. Dave Tuoiiip"Oii, of Garrard, 50 head of d cattle to slop ut $2(50. J. C. Johnson bouyht In Washington county lo head of feeders, uveraeini: Danabout 1,300 pounds, at :i to ville Advocate. William Sutton, of Williamsburg, bought of J. II. McAlister a harness mare for $175 and of Dr. II. Brown an1,001-poun- sold to a innre mule s i i ' biA. I R. Penny ov las the largest and ?miaBBK ft. it. MOST COMPLETE STOCK :. Wntclics nnd Jewelry Tad-loc- ever shown in Stanford at prices as low ns the lowest. $200. other for Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, All persons having grain sacka bewho can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to longing to the "Xew Stanford Roller Mills" will save trouble by returning send jobs to the city. Kngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old them in the next .?0 days. J. K. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicSec. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A.'R. PENNY. The finest anil fittest lot of sugar J "V? J.V - . i r r .Ci-tA- f i ,2 Vim-Arsdal- e, af-t- ir cow-hidin- ex-age- 20,-00- 0, e mules that has left this county for years was that that Mr. G. C. Lyon sold to Martin, Thompson & Co., of Xew Orleans, at $103. Cattle are dull in Cincinnati with best shippers at A; good to choice butchers H to llj; hogs aro in good local at :ij to 120; sheep nro firm at 2J to 13; stock ewes 4 to Tho Dwyer Brothers sold their stable at Klizabeth, N. J., of thorough-bred- s Tuesday. Hanover brought slo.WX), in spector B., SiO.OOO, Kingston $:!0,000 anil the others from $1,000 to 5,000. A cheese factory in East Otto, 2C. Y claims to have made tho biggest cheese ever produced in tho United States. It is said that IIS.OOO pounds of niillc was used in its manutacture and that its weight was 4,000 pounds. J. A. Burnside, ajjent for White, Dunkerson A CVh. Fall City tobacco warehouse, says that it is not in tho Ijuisville and Cincinnati combine and will continue tp transact business independent of that organization. Perce, tho richly bred stallion of Pence & Karris, won the 2:'.Y.l class purse at the fall meeting of tho Central Kentucky Fair Association, at Danville, and mncle a record of 2:27. Ho beat Ham O. and Brown Jim, but it took (i heats to do it. A Missouri farmer is the owner of a Bteer which was accidentally covered up with straw during tho threshing, Aug. ust 20. On Saturday labt his horns were discovered as ho was eating his way out of the stack of straw, having lived without water 45 days. W. B. KiddBhippedto Baltimoro 1C5 cattle, weight about 1,550 pounds, which were bought in the, last ten davs at 4 to 4.10. Jako Graves bought 50 2 year-ol- d cattle, 1,280 pounds, at 8. An average wheat crop was sown in this section this full, but on account of tho rains much of it was bo wn lute and lis in bad condition to withstand a hard winter, such as Is now promised. Winchester Democrat., de-mn- I&qXS) Is Receiving His !. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call, J- - .GO TO. AoAoWABREN (( Jal&laV MODEL GROCERY" For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. -- GO TO- l HIGGINS & M'KINNEY'S I'OR 0,1 Si Heating Stoves, Coolting Stoves, Coal'J Vases, Coal Hods, Fire Sets, Stove Hoards. Also full line of Hardware. We make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. We also handle a full line of Queensware and Groceries and, guarantee our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our ,(0. K." Lard best in the world. it s'W 'Jl -f- alV-i- hiwi, i'..-K&M s ', .friME nil. i Ml . - km; UJaiJtii - .Mw,..J.j:i fr -- - Jf '.' MddtjaaVi f Vr'T't ,.,. " " "'f'' '" wr,- - t'Tii -- .,' V i Semi-Weekly Well, di yon ever? The vote in tlim county isas follovs: Didn' wo wallop 'em. Kinney's. Stanford No. 1. MeCrearv 12S, (iiltiuin 13 The wire gang will commence " " No. 'J, Stanfouu, Ky., Novi:.MiiKit 7, lfcJJO " Mi! i!iiiH'b,.riiiElne, citron Fiiksii stringing another wire from Middlesboro " " 2S 103 Crab Orchard. " 10&i, nt J. It. Foster's. Walnut Flat, to Louisville next week. sr, " tt.o.WAi,TON,uua.MunaKer Xi:v Ciooim nnil low prices for pikIi. Hubble, Sum!. McClure sold a farm to W. 11. " of) UJ Turneraville, Whitaker for 31,000 nnd J. W. Prewitt A. C. Martin, May wood. " " 21 10 Hiuldand. M sold one to J. S. Jones for $.'500. " Itoth lIutonviile, 01 MEANS BUSINESS. OvsTKiisgi-rvcin any Mylu and for KinuHvtlle, " ;t:t a on Skaggs Creok. " " " 11 I'iy your accounts. I int'un you. Bale by the quantity at K. .itiiinur'H. 00 Wnynebbuig, We hurt; just learned of tho frightK. runny. ful burning of two children of Rev. P. L. 10I Ho Total Watches niul jnwflry repaired unil Takk your oggs to Joe H. Jones' and on Copper Creok, which occurand for wnrrnnUti. A. It. l'unny. gut 20 eta. Opposite Porttuan House. McCrearv's majority is 715 and the to Johnson, red one day last week. A uasoline TiiKbcht place to buy drugs, atutit tnl vote but SIO, notwithstanding there Cafttnrln cures Colic, Constipation, had been in use by the family n hIiovoIh, tongs, kitclien are 'CBt orlaUso well adaptM to children that modicint'H and toilet arlicloH ia at A. H. .V00 voters in tho county, .over Kour Htomach, Dlarrlicca fcr.i .a. ion, I recommend itaamiperiortoftnyprtscripUon short time, exploded and the fluid was IViuiv'r. KHi3 Worma, K'vts fclwp, ocd promotes dt- sutunt A. A. Wnrron'n Model Grocery. of whom are democrats. known to mo " II. A. Ancnsn, St. I)., Uuy your Bcliool bookH, ink, tnhletH. peMlon, over the unfortunate children, injurious medication. WIUiu Ill Bo. Oxford St., UrooUyii, N, Y. Only a few white republicans and thrown and Bcliool MupplieH of all FrLt. line of heating and cook Moves, iper, p'ncil burning them. Thyir recovery ia fatally clmlMlrom a. k. rontiv. Tub Centauii Company, 77 Murray Strrtt, N. V. vano.". coal hods, all at bottom pricep, nt Brurcely any negroes voted in the elec- almost hopeless. tion. They recognized the facttlint tiioy J. It. Foster's. C. W. Ping was arrested hero TuesPERSONAL POINTS. were "not in it" and held aloof. day night and jailed on writs issued durMn. P. W. Unities has taken chnige of M it. Ha inky Hki..m, of the l'inoville Oihctit ContT. Tho case of Mart ing circuit court on liquor indictments the Myers House and will run it, as it bnr. is attending court here. has nlwavsbeen run, in first class style. Smith for tho murder of Oc Smith, after and one charging him with perjury. An went to Farkavillo Mm. II. G. occupying the court for nearly n week, agreement of some sort was made or un- Tuesday to visit lier inolhur. Wi: have the most complete line of was Ilnally submitted to the jury at h demtood at the time thn if the defendMiss IOTTIK Dim.ion has been visiting gents', ladies and misses' underwear of a. m. Tuesday and in about an hour a ant would ieuvo the county no effort her sister, Mrs. W. M. O'ltryan. any house in the city, all at old prices. verdict of not guilty was returned. It would he made to prosecute, but if he Miis. Maiitiia Fa xi on has gone to vis- Severance A- Son. is said tlmt at (Irst one man was for 10 returned the law would bo enforced. it Mrs. A. .S. Moll'ett, nt Midway. and another for 2 years. Thus ends a Tuesday night ho w.is seen on the Chuh'iikm in Lincoln and adjoining Mim Mattii: Vasdkvkku has returned long drawn out trial that has cost the streets and was arrested. counties desiring the service of a good from a shopping visit to Ixjuisville. Tlie quietest election day tlmt ever State many thousands of dollars and utMim Hkttik l'.wro.v went to Louis- vocal music teacher would do well to terly bankrupted tlie accused. He tells pnssei! here was Tuesday. Had one not consult J. M. Sibold, of this (dace. ville yesterday to remain hoiiio time. us that ho had $7,000 in cash, besides known it was election day tlie action of Mr. John Mas. Hau.ikC. CitAKr and A I'Ktition ia being largely signed for stock and land, now all are gone and he the people would not have betrayed it. Pearl, of Ijiulon, were hero Tuesilay. from here to Hustonville is in debt besides. While some will re- Not a yell nor a shout was heard during Mn. ami Mili. VV. F. Aiiuaiiams and nmnil route We gret that there was nu acquittal, tho ma- the day. Not a drunken man was seen McKinney to run family are preparing to return to Knox-Mil- via hope the dibit will succeed, but wo jority of tho people are glad that the or even known to bo drinking. The And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Solo would like It better if it would be a case is lisposed of. If Smith will now vote throughout the county was exAgents for the Celebrated Mn I.. M. Kkiii, a gonial West Knd daily. shun bad company, let liquor alone and tremely light. Only 102 votes weio pollyoung man, is head dork nt the .Myers go to work to retrieve his lotfortune, he ed in this precinct. McCreary got Ml of HoiiKe, Tin: nt tractions booked for Walton's will be encouraged by nil good citizens. these. Not more than 130 votes were Mils. Haii.kv and Mrs. Mason, of Shel- Opern House so far nre Vreeland k The suit of G. G. Wine vs. John S. Ows- polled in tlie county out of 2,700. McMinstrels Nov. 2S, Heine Family by, arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. Ixni ley fort 1. 0."0 for a monument, which the Creary gets as much ns 110 of the votes Also a Large Assortment of Concert Co. Dec 6 undo, Grace Gordon Mianks. latter claimed he did not order, resulted cast. Gilliam's name was not known in Mu. Wai.i.ack Wai.tuu has taken the Comedy Co., one weok, beginnim; Dec. S, tlie Scaffold Cane precinct. in n hung jury, which stood 0 to 0. AM13 CHILDREN'S MEN'S. position of clerk for Mr. K. Urown, at Duncan t Clark's lVmale Minstrels Jan. The testimony was still being taken The sensation of the week hero was B ami the McGibeny Family Jan. ft. Nuluicaster. when we went to pres last evening. the eioiwinent of Mr. Robert Urown, In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light weights in Standard Miss Fou: Pks.mxoton after a delight- merous other companies have written for Tho case of Henry A. Pleasants against night tdogrnph operator, nnd Miss Leila ful visit of a month In lmlavlllu, return' dates, but contracts have, not yet been Screwed. Dr. Steele H.iih-- for $S,000 damages, for Williams, youngest daughter of Mr. J. J. signed. ed home Monday. . malpractice, has occupied the court for Williams, a prominent merchant of this Pits. Joiisstoxk, H. Itrown,.J. 0. BoHaih.y Hiiit. Fmnk Dugnn, nil L. A: the last lay or two. Mr. Pleasantsclaims place. Wednesday morning when tho in the gie and others were hero to testify N. briduo carpenter from Ioretto, fell that the doctor did not set his broken household begun to stir Miss Williams Hand-TurneGoodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in suit against Dr. lUiluy. from Cedar Creek bridge, Tuesday, and leg in a skillful manner and that the absence was discovered and a scared was Miis. H. J. Umiihy went over to Ixvxlng-to- landing on his head, was seriously, tho' limb is permanently injured by tho ope- instituted which developed the fact that the Boot and Shoe line. Wednesday to sue Mrs. Mary not fatally hurt. st.rerl of his teeth ration. The doctortrtill ttsstifv that the she had left tho house during tlie night who lsatill qtiitu ill. were knocked nut, Ins noso broken, his setting and treatment was all that could ami tho supposition that she had eloped Msv Maiiy Hki.i.k Johnson isagont for shoulder sprained and Ids whole face i,av been nml that it is a wonder tlmt was strengthened when it was known . nhl to be a tlie Diamond looked like raw meat. He was biought the leg was saved at all. Mr. Pleasants tlmt Mr. Urown was nlso among tlie A C.SIN'E. J. X. M EXUFEE. .tua-efor dyspepsia and other stombore to the comiiuny's physician, Dr. J. is represented by Judge R. J. Itroekin-ridg- missing. A dispatch from Jellico with ach troubles. F. Peyton, who fixed him up and mndo Robert Harding and Col. W. O. Mr. ami Mrs ISrown's name signed Mas. Maooik Oaiipuntkii took her lit- him as comfortable ns possible. Itradley and tho doctor by Col. Welch, thento told the talo. They rut timid Wedtle daughter, Nellie, to Louisville, " Tun list of claims allowed by the Ca- - Judge Smiley and W. ii. Miller. The here via Livingston, the same evening nesday, for further trwiliiiunt by The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. sey county court, which this oillce has trial has created considerable interest whore they were welcomed by friends ullht. and the whistles of three locomotives and the result will be closely watched. Mu. J. C. FAli.i:v, wlio lias been tele- just printed for Mr. (5. A. Prewitt, conn-ULttlBESC, SASH, Judgo Morrow discharged tiio other and belle ringing by .Mr. Urown's engin graph operator ntCnib Orchard, ia at his ty clerk, shows a total of s 1.231.S1, which DOORS, LATIX, petit jury yesterday and will devote the eer ineiKis. l lie couple aio now stopIns father, Spiiro John liniluy's, very ill embraces pay of all officers, including BLINXJS, SHINGLES, ping at tho resilience of Dr. J. J. Urown, magistrate., c. The county judge mull remainder of the term to equity business of typhoid fever. ll.iiley case. As the Wayno the groom's father. Mr. Urown is a deafter the Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Mn. (iisoiiuit W. Hutchison, special attorney each get ?o00 and the superinserving young man. Ho hud charge of A tendent of schools about Jft'rt). rxwinville Savings, Tho court commences next Monday, Judge at'eiit for thu Morrow will bo forced to leave ua at Jhe poet oillce hero for four years and WOVEN FENCE. Ituildlng Co., is liero in the interest of claims against this county amount, with has been in tlie telegraph service thiee noon Saturday. tlmt institution and is mooting with the halaricH of the otllcers, to over years and has always discharged his duWe carry a full stock of everything found in a or more than four times ns much ns much success. CHUHCH AFFAIRS. ties faithfully. Mrs. Urown is a handSecretary of Oney, although she has within 3,000 of C'oi-Matt Adams. Rev. T. J. Godbey will preach nt some nndentci tainiug lady ami we hereState, with his sister, Mra. White, and as much population ns Lincoln. by extend our congratulations and best lagan's Creek, next Sunday, at 8:30 Mrs. Mauuie Carpenter, was hero Wed- Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract wishes. Cm W. O. Hk.uh.ky is betting on Hill o'clock. mmluv ilxim? no deidB to tome lands SINK & MKNKFEK, Stanford, Ky. for building. in the 10th After looking over the io- Rev. James L. Sampev. librarian of Mrs. White had wild hi Clay county. Grand excurMOHH to MiddleOjorough, turns he says he feels like tho old doctor u,0 Southern Theological Seminary, nnd Ky., on November Sth and Uth. Half who was railed in u case of midwifery. n minister, died sudiU'nly, CITY AND VICINITY. fare rates on all the railroads. all died and Friday. The mother and the twins SB .JK Fhksh fruit and c.mdioa just received the doctor thought be had done well to A year ago there were hut fifty people iSna There is no preacher in Lnwrence-sav- o !2K3n iuerai nt II. burner's. tiio old man. In the general wreck, mTj. t present. This leaves pastorleo in Middlesborough, Ky., to day there Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer in- Mrs. Folly thu colonel is glad even to save one little tM0 i.,ptjst, Christian, Methodist and are nearly seven thousand. Day HoAittiKiia wanted. He is tnking things Pr..sbvterian churches, each one of Kentucky district. Coll'cy, Ijuienster street. WP philosophically and is so immersed in which is able and willing to support a NKW ADVKKTISESIKXTS. beet his largo law practice Cau.hI J. It. Foster's and see the that lie doesn't pastor. C. J. feed cutter on the mnrkot. s em to realize that a house has fallen Tho protracted meeting at lterea, Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. on him nnd his party. Scott county, conducted by Elder W. R. I w ill be prepared to serve lunch on .. .op ... Lloyd, closed Suuday night with 'M ada inc court diy. Oysters in any style. S. S. TlIK I.NTKItlOU Jof UN L FofNI) II IM. ditions. The interest in the community Forty Rsgistcrod CTcreoy Cows, Myers. edIn September last Rev. J. J. -wan intense. Only two or three were I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) OF the bcit liutter families. forget that J. 15. Higgins pays itor of tho Richmond, Va., Christian under 20 years of age. Times. Don't Rioter Stoke I'op, Coontassie, Advocate, had published in nearly every Signal and Champion or America the highest cash market price for hides ,.ii,.r in liintiwlrt. n fwitf.... noMm, ill.. Ii. S. Itoswoll, State visitor, will nd- Clotvly related to Knrotui ;;6 lbs. and Kurotii. ' Sunday-Schoo- l nnd furs. a year A I51G 6 lb. workers at Crab ima j lb of whereabouts of ," . .. . Si Lemuel. Powell, who' dress the n . . g t next.aw. usto, llutteritar-I'oKis-Ida ofbutterLambert 30l'riiice j1, Awefk lbs oi and , Tormcuu-- and Si Iltlier. hale IG. Goocit lias been appointod post formerly lived in Albemalo countv, Va. He Tuesday night, McCormackschurch at WiUon ,V Treacy's itable, Lexington, Ky . on master at Wnynesburg view K. S. Gooch This paper printed it Sept. 10 and it at v. L'ndreeTlitirs- - Thursday, Nov. 13th, 1890, once caught the eye of a gentleman of Wednesday night and resigned. Will igin at bpcilklllg rT Just received. At o'clock p. in that name living ! ll.ia ..nnntv. II,. chiy "Mlt. iD A. (ilVENS, Klmarch Herd, Cyntliiana, Ky For. Rknt. Two good front rooms on wrote to Mr. Lafierty ...i tho result .1 o'clock at each place. Mdcca-ron- i, of l,KO-'- ' simmons.. Mratford Herd, Lexington -- H.o Rev. irg.l Maxej, rela , second floor, suitable for small family, nt the correspondence is that he is $2,000 Capt i.c K.dd. Auctioneer Mnxey, and who attended -- l,",u 7 per month. J. R. Alford. Ox hotter oir. Mr. Lntlerty, who owned Uaptist Theological Sonii- - 'FjS'RTVr K TYTC slaughter hogs property near Crozet, in Albomnle, i..i tho Southern Wsare well prepared to French Peas. 3?"A beautiful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; Glassnarv n short time, lina been deposed . for tho public. Our charges are f0 eta. n bought of the heirs of Mr. Row ell, Sr. his i :..:,..... .,.. ..vnln.1.1.1 frm.i , I will ofTer nt Public auction at the .1 .....I ware in new designs; Ouecnsware and Tinware. DanwllP( Ky; on Monilay( Noven,ber ,7il0farm adjoining. They told him that L. iium mu .......0i. head delivered. M. F. Hlkin A Co. uu cumny cuun oay, my rarm ol jo V. Powell was dead, but intimations IIIO Clllircll lor iryillK lO DO nil uuiui No charge for showing goods. '' Acres, fituattM m way letwern the towiucf Call and see me. uanvine, Ny , anu iiarrootDurg, Ky Oca men's fine shoes have at last ar- coming to him afterwards that this was week days and a preacher on Sunday. K. W. 11A.NU.MAX, This is the way George Jacob rived. Comonnd fit yourself nt once probably untrue, Mr. Lall'erty decided to 70 Jt Danville, Ky. while the sizes are complete. Severance iiflviirtitut lift htiitfjl. Mr Pnu'i.ll iiri)vtil Schweinfurth, thu Illinois Dutch Christ, upon thu streets & Son. his riKlitB nnil wna pnid his portion of ",nt,y appeared Ho wore a glossy silk , i. of Rockford: i. in tut Foil Rknt. Tho deairnblo residence i in til j uuio4ii i mi iiiu csntiT wi liiu i...i hat, white Eujslish chocked pants, a I hereby warn ill persons against trespassing When tho writer published the notice ho farm game of any form, on Main street now occupied by Mra. stripes, black on my cither in anygun, dog hunting wr.ho'.it my perkind, with or net, had no idea that ho knew Mr. To well, flashy necktie with sold mission, as I will prosecute them to the extent of Uettio McKinney. Apply to J. J. kid kIovcb the law. but it turns out that ho enmc to Ken- Prince Albert coat, brown Drugs, Eooks and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall 70 W.P.GRIMES. nnd shoes ns bright ns n sunburst. tucky about the time wo did and while Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, OJocks, of freight train No. 30 broke Tlie meeting nt tlie Baptist church j A we wero buildiiiK several sections of tho OR Itrodliead and delayed yes- Cincinnati Southern railroad in Pulaski, grows in interest. Rev. U It. balm is down near Jewelry and Silverware. passenger tho uospel truths with great terday morning's There left niy pasture on Monday night, Octoho was in our employ for a year or two. presenting l...n - ,....1 7, a larpe bay bone with several while spots about 5 hours. "" " .l.nien mnni' ,T.. f1mrnli ber his shoulder, caused by a cellar. Any informa" ir in Ho married in Pulaski, where ho lived on wild ruriii v iiiiuiiii iyiiiu huidui ' a....u tion leading to his recovery Mill be thankfully reQcm: a number of tho young people for some time, nnd afterwards moved to has been but one addition yet, Mrs. J. ceived Railroad Tho S T II AR1US, Stanford, Ky. , enjoyed u "straw ride" Wednesday night this county. Ho lias not been in Virgin- II. McAlister, who was a member of the t3 T0UH)CR1 nnd during their rounds discoursed some ia for lti years. The moral of this little Christian church. The services will con"2 J o FOR SALE OR RENT. story is too obvious for comment. But charming (?) music. c rt o notice, certainly over m -l wo will he permitted to remark in pass tinue till further 2 Thuiiman, of this place, mother ing that advertising pays both the ad- Sunday. Eliza '" 2 o id. Along tho West African coast there 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Co. a .2 o Peyton, has been granted n vertiser and "adyertisec." of l'lia-niuPart of tho estate of R. W Given., dee'd nro now about 200 churches, 3o,000 cono j pension, llenjamin Poweii, of Huston- tjfi'j aciti front on the stiorth side of the Stan- 100,000 adherents, 275 schools and a, Tiik election of Tuesday was tho dri- verts, ville, bus nlao been nided to tho pension V n anu Ntion i.icx turnpike, adjoining A. K. a. ;s languages or loru Deanv A large part of this trait Is excellent est ever held in this county. At these ;SO,000 pupils. Thirty-five rolls. he balance is in have been mastered, into which hemp land. '1in grass lie south corn and eras. O precincts, owing to the failure of the dialects .. ll.n Caintnvit n il vaI luinittl 8'a acres of said p.V, ad f. ta loiu.ngA. It. Denny and Capt. l!cn I'oel with- Mh.S. Di.snki.li, of Richmond, wns ollicers appointed to obey the order of poruonsoi iiiuCT.iH.ne n P iioih tracts are well ,00 ya,a0f first tract books and tracts nnd general education-s hero Wednesday looking for a place to tlie court, the polls were not opened till nl linnkn hnvo been translated and print watered and as a whole will male a good farm. n i O c. 2 2 i.inerii tune given on aeierred payments. . "g open ii restaurant nnd fancy grocory 0 o'clock, nnd then nlmost entirely by n ed, and eome knowledge of tho gospel If not sold before January nt, both tracts will -store. Ho will very likely rent Col. T. new b t appointed by the sheriff. A hns reached about S.000,000 of benighted be rented, separately if desired, for the car iSoi, January i Africans. The Living Church. "W. Miller's store room next to A. A ' nbbnth-likJ AS. G. & W, P. Gl VENS, Executors. 59 St quietude reigned tho entire e .a ,n "Warren's. coal and iron in thu day uud nt the close of the polls it wns Thero is nioro o tl U O 3 3 "We have rented tho property known found thnt tho total vote cast was only immediate vicinity of Middleshorough, a- as tho Commercial Hotel for tho year 2111, of which McCreary received 271 and Ky., than anywhere elso in tho South. The Lincoln National Bank of Stanford, Ky., it "vote of the StanJ.B.WXIiLS.Fb.O. Proso.Olk. J closingun its affair. All noteholders and others UB.H. DANKS, Jeweler, 1801 and have two good suites of rooms Gilliam 20. The total J. P. Einbry of Madison, sold to having claims against said Association arc hereby is These rooms aro comfortablo ford precincts, it will be remembered, for rent. notified to present of Now York cattle nt the Association for the notes and claims against a payment. and well suited for small families. M, over 1,000. J. V. Lasley, clerk of the Kratz Main Street, Opp. STANFORD, Ky SvCodJ j. B. OWSLEY, Cashier. Turuerayille polls, gave us prompt re- - $4.10. Elkin & Co. FitEHii car-loa- d InteriorJourna. The weather is ik'lik'litftil. salt nt llitfuins k Mc- - turns as follows: 10. MeCreary oi, Gilliam MT. VERN3H. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY . 1 3 Infants Children. M V1 , I - 55 ,. lamp-whic- h Coai.-iiod- h, Hi'i-i.K- 9 - Our Stock is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, WG&O'S e. Mid-daugh'- s SHOES. y j d, n How-iiiti- j STAGG & McROBERTS. i Vcm-Curn- e. i Stanford Lumber Yaid7 Manufacturers of WiRE&SLAT j 1 FLOORING, CliH.ING, SIBIKG, i $KI,-00- 0. G. i i FXBST CkiSLSS ITJMBiSH TM.B.D. well-know- n ROBERT ATGHES rm, f3 117 lS i AUCTION SALE . mi K$ ftilD JEWELRY. o' u .prcuiHu. Rioter-Alphc.- i. m m u,ra' . .... IJKE OF -- CHAMBER SETS, TEA ,SETS Yermacella, 1 ie Frcsli California. Prunes. Raisins, 2rijsf FfiT? mue-ura- Tail Soup, . couri-hnm- , ..:..,. r,. ii. POSTED. PRUCSanel JEWELRY MAMFJBUKT Best n T iiox-ca- ii STRAYED STOLEN. north-boun- d 1 1 ,"T, iiZ tf WATCH, Watch. I s -- a m trt .. 1 , He u I -- Sic5 . o ITotio. r car-loa-d W. B. Court-Houi- e, F. w 'y ! T -- f!V .,-,- ..., ... 4: tpyis Semi-Weekly s s 8 i j s "i i How to Swkki a Stork. Don't uso a leaky old sprinkling pot to slop tho floor The latest discovery in the way of I have removed my office to my residence, oppo all over in puddles when you sweep. cures for Hripht's di'avaseis adiutof frt'ab it to he male College, where I will ho found it al i !1 ? ramrtw iVri!-- ; Have wet sawdust and put a row of it times. HUGH KK1D. 94 PubltBhod Every Tuoaday and Friday buttermilk. across one end of tho storo nnd sweep It is said that tlio onion is a great that right along to tho other end, just sleep inducer, and about equal to qui83 i?KIl YIjAR,iy like a regiment marching across a ten- nine for malaria. "When not so paid $2.60 will be charRed. acre lot. it catciies an me mist ami carI am well prepared to bnre wells nnd It is only ono person in n thousand ries it along. If it gets a little dry add work in a goutl manner and promptly will do the who becomes a centenarian, and hardly K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. some more. Some folks scatter sawdust At One Dollar a Foot. six persons ntnoni n thousand even at hlia itlSt harwstod tlm tnitnnlriti Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning irnn all over the floor, but that's no good; the Call on or address me at St.ml.ird. Kentucky. 75 years of aj;e. tain nnd thero nro 5.000 of them, aa big and I.. T SMI 111 at 5:30 p. m In the case of an electrical storm it is round and vcllow mid tnnllnu n tim fnii reason for usim: sawdust is to avoid Wet ting the floor nil over and to have someL. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. best to close up the house tight as the harvest moon looked to bo a week ago ZE3I. Having gathered tho 5,000 pumpkins thing that will absorb the dust. Twenty miles the Shortest o Mail train going .North 1150 am warm air current from tho open windows " MILLIONS SWITCH, KV. " " South 116pm and doors form pood paths for the lightCrissey hardly knows what to do with Express train " South .1139pm MIDDLESBOnOUUH LAND SALE. Dealer In them, unless ho builds them Into a yellow n " " " North... . 327 am ning discharge. 6 30 era Local Freight North pyramid like Cheops. Tho village arith- Tho Opportunity Ono Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Making direct connectionsforin Central Union d pot A wash that will prevent the hair ' .:....538p m South. metic man of Southington has dono some Faro for tho Round Trip via St. Louis, Michigan Prints, Chicago, The latter trains also carry passengers. Hoots, Shoes, Clothing. Hardware, from fallinjrontis made of one ounce of figuring, and llyffalo. tho G.H.AjD. Ue eland. 'Cl.lMI, computes that each one of Tinware, Furniture and a The above iscitculated on standard time. Solar ludianapolls and the West. MidJlesbrtrough, Ky , hum has an invested cap powdered camphor and ono quart of Walter Lnssoy's pumpkins will mako time is about 10 minutes faster j New Kngtand, da. iana increasing popn wiiii ,i urge Crocorlos, boilinc water. When it is cool, bottle fivo ordinary pumpkin iiies. and tivo ital oi t 5vmm lor thousands amilor the capitalist Conoral Lino latum and work New ancy m,le Cross 1 les, &c. Ilo.ston, pies multiplied by 5,000 pumpkins ought and investor it offers unrivalled opportunities. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange and wash the head with it once a week 11,1.1m... III..I. Il.lt for goods Washington Gigantic improvements projected and under was Uuiikett time tollarrodshiirg, rankfort, Ky I ivingston, Ky To cure a felon, mix equal parts of to yield pie.s enough to pavo the wholo male it a Mecca for the home seel Inn orii'an and PostofTice, Kkhinoiid, mechanic The Middlcsborough town Cumpany IKI.IMA Miorirtt ind If the pies male special inducements to strone ammouiaand water, and hold your main street of Southington. 'juiciest line to lhe purchasing andbuilding. at MiddlesboM. HIllTC12, finger in it for 15 minutes. After that were strung along the country in single rough will The great Land Sale response occur Nov. 10. anil in file, tin touching tin. there ought to bo to the tsW withdraw it and tie a piece of cloth com- more than (ROYAL iMVil Reneral demand the Cincinnati. Hamilton A Dayfour; miles ton II K. will sell on Nov ; and tickets to Mid rV,,t'"T' im I .. .. hakfcir. rnn nnU.., MI. and rains, ...w ..ife pletely saturated with the mixture so tho mathematician of pumpkin pies, tilt. borough and return at one fare fur the round LIVERY, SALS AN2 FED STABLE, " calculates. Cor. trip at all points on tho Imp For ruiiman Ih.mlolr Mcepers Ihiuiish with rates, pamphlets ia l Italian oca. li.r.ii...i.. around the felon and keep it there till Now York Stui. oiuinunife m..i.i STANFORD, KY. and full information npply to any agent nf the (.'., lan nmkjiv direct iimoeitiuns in route lo'rKno. dry. II & I) .or K O McCormick, General I'astcngcr ville, Aslieville, L, mhburu and points in the SPECIAL All KN I ION to COM.MKKCIAL and I icket Agent, Cincinnati, Ohm. 'I ho Cut of tho !'ii I Cout. To pive n brilliant white lipid, a lamp travelers Horses and mules bought and setd Tho Princo Albert coat has not realized needs a thorough cleansing eery little horsesand vehicles used in livery Particular Citizen "These new red Only tho promise that its infrequent while. Tho oil should be poured out of At Chattanooga for Ailanta, Columbus, Wilmlne in light summer fabrics gave of its stamps are not as adhesive as theyought ion, Charleston. Augusu. Ma.on. Sasannsh. fount, leaving no dregs on the bottom. prooawo reinstatement in the fall. In to be." I'ostal Ollicial "I guess you Irnn.wick, Lake C.tj I houiasville d KLOIl l)A points The fount should then be washed in fact, this s coat of has been never tried carrying a sheet of them in he only line runnln if solid trains with choice MT. VERNON, KY. strong poapsuds, rinsed in warm water superseded by tho I'nllman llosidoirorPa I4CC Slrltllit f four button black ., rL f In .l.jsl.-iv.l!c without ..and dried. It should then be filled with thibet cutaway tho fourth button not vour pocket on a hot day. Now York Thisold and for llolcl'is still maintain ) til n.K..... Weekly. ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spa fresh oil. The burner should be boiled intended to closo in front. Tho lapel of Selma and Mnnigomery, Huntsville, Dccatui. m Cial attention to the traveling public Horen-e- . Memphis and Alt KANSAS poiiiti hi soda and water until the network that this coat has nn iinskimped apiearanco, Bucklen's Arnica Salve Shortest and ,tui. kest to Anmstcn Selma. Mo- Al. P. NEWCOMI1, Prop., and buttons low enough to favor a three The best salve in the world for cuts, brtusrs, Sj ' crosses it is freed from dirt and dust. If wiircl coniiecliMis made at NliW OR- II. Mt Veinon, Ky. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, ;fc,"s without omnibus transfer for GiUvtilon the wick has become clogged with sedi inch Ascot or Do Joinvillo scarf, upon ped nands, cnuniaini, corns anu antrtter, chap Iloustoti, Austin. skii ctup which the best tailors now do their reck- lions and positively cures piles, or no pay reouir ment, replace it with a new one. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. d. I ( is guaranteed to give perfect satislactier, oning for waistcoat openings. powder Highest of A cream of tarter bakinp Price 7$ cents per bo. The only through line to fa. kson and Vicksburff. To tan or taw skins with the hair on L. S. Government ReTho collar is also cut so as to bo amnio. or money refunded all in leavening strength I a., making For sale by A R Penny, Sunlord, Ky. I would respectfully inform duett connections my old friends and Miss Shreveport for rugs and other uses, first thoroughly nnd to achieve this effect is wider port. Aus. 17, 1SS9. customers that I am ajain at work at my profes- withuHiommhus transfer lur Dallas Fort Worth ' at that Austin San Antonia, hi I'aso and polnlsin wash the skin and remove all lleshy point immediately in tho middle line of sion and would be pleased to receive any work in A Snfo Invoatmont the way of matter from the inner surface, then tho back of tho coat. Thero is a slant Is one whloh is guaraulced to linnc, you satisTEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. C. of lailure, a factory results, or in clean the hair or wool with warm water Iocket for tho 'kerchief nnd a chango your purchase prue case this safe plan iclurnof Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair you can On For through rates rorrc. t county maps and lull Is a druggist bottle 'te for Ajtlitor of the State of foriTiiii.ntnUon Agent at lun. lion t itv, Kr and soft soap, and rinse well. Take J pocket with flap. Tlio coat is cut well buy from our advcitised for Consumption. ol It I)r ing. to the will of the Democratic party. is King's New Discovery oraddr,,, HIANK V UOOluA. pound each of common salt and ground in to tho figure, and tho cutaway not too guaranteed to bring relief in every case when Also repairing Sew In S Machines, Guns. Pistols. Tiav Pass Al l.esintton eharply made, tho skirts being of good used for any affection of the thtoal, lungs or chest, k. Lot:k, &c All C t liARVKV D I. r ins AKI1S, alum, and J ounce borax, dissolve in length. the Dr. A. S. such as consumption, inflammation ice President. Tho buttons aroofsilk braid, bronchitis, asthma, whooping coughof croup,lungs , l I' A T. A etc Work Noiitly and Promptly Dono hot water and add sufficient rye meal to and there is a narrow Cm it ntti () row of stitching eto. It is pleasant and agieeable to the laste, per. SURGEON DENTIST. And Warranted by make a thick paste, which spread on the rnnmng as cioso as possible to tho odeo felly safe and can always be relied upon. 1 rial Office on Main street, over W. 1). McRoberti' free at A. R. Penny's drujf store flesh side of the skin. Fold it length- of tho garment. IIIOM.VS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. Drug Store, Stanfcrd. It ia an agreeably snavo bottles Room up stairs. Odd hello s buiMIng, cntranca wise, tho flesh side in, the skin being and most useful garment to tho man Happy Hooalora ."sewpoit News A Mississippi Valley Co., "K. D. neit dour 10 pot otlice ol Idaville, fortunate enough Wm.Timmons, Solid Veslibuled Traini to R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. quite moist, an let it remain for ten one. Clothier and to bo nblo to possess writes. "Klectnc postmasterhas done moreIndiana, for me Hitters h WILL SlMl TIIK Furnisher. days or two weeks in an airy and shady than all other medicines combined, for that bad Philadelphia feeling arising from kidney and liver trouble.1' DENTIST. place, then shake out and remove the Baltimore, Now York, John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, DEMOREST An Undertakers' Coinl.lue. MAGAZINE All points to be the best kid Klectnc Office on Main street, opposite Porlman House, pasto from the surface and wash nnd hast and Southeast Tho Kansas undertakers havo conclud- says and"Kind medicine, Utlters me feel like anew made liver ncy up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless Only one night out from hetmgton. dry. For a heavy skin a second similar ed that thero are enough mon engaged man " J. W Gardner, hardware merchant, same IN CM II WITH extracting. in town, Corrected Time Card in hlfect an it, iEcj just STANFORD, KENTUCKY. application of salt and alum may bo that business in tho stato to bury all tho a man says is "Klectnc Hitlers is don't the thing for care wheth who all run down and "TTilfV F tlsll Aerom made. Afterwards pull and stretch the dead and pronoso to form n cnmliinn er he lives or dies; he found new strength, good THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STATIONS. had a new lease on es felt Dmlv n Ili.l. DR. W. B. i ONh Yr AR FOR Ji s. skin with the hands or over a beam and "n"'""' m n uruis. oome fnunureu or appetite and jc a just likeat heA. R. Penny's drug bottle hie Only jMs 5un Ks Sun J'ess more of them lmvo been quietly iu con- store. I.ve Stanford work on the flesh side with a blunt W P WAI M i ji n'n' j j; am it ji nn Mlr( r,l Ky " Leington.... vention, nnd a schomo has Ixhmi fonnn-lateknife. io pin'u ,o ,n i ioDm " Winchester... "Galaxy" or Milky Way in from a ; oo pm'n ,5 pm input by which tho men now in business Office'South side Main street, in office recently " U. Junction vacated by;Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. " Ml Sterling.. .. J r I' I s pm will monoiwlizo tho trade. No publicity Greek word signifying milk and was so Jo Neiv Coin for tlio Prcaint. io pm " Morehead I ao pm Superintendent 4J pm1 Bosbyahell, of tho has been given tho meeting, nnd when named by the early Greek astronomers Olive Kill B. F. ATWOOD J. ALLKN J. lm, ' Ashland questioned by newspaper correspondents from its irregular milky whiteneNS, not mint, receive.1 from Washington compm i ii " Catleiisbnrg. .ile 41 pm i IS p t munication from E. O. Leech, director they declare tho organization was simply then supposed to bo stars, but ofacloudy ATWOOD, 'C?il2S,v"Ji HiiB'tiCHiutoRt " lluntlngtan ... it pm 2Jopm Lve lluniiiigtoti. ... Is at am of tho mint, conveying tho tlisjipisointing to "elevate tho business," w substance. The Latins called it 1'ki 1m Ar Charleston am In ESTETE EGEKTS. intelligence that tho departmont :it one speaking of tho business transacted tea. IU lis Clifinn Force A Washington would not Uikw any acticjn of tho members said: "Wo simply '.'. J Jr"C.hb"r '" 4J an. "" City, Tenn. . .?'r.,0,t-"'lluntil next Bummer in regard to provid- perfected an organization which will loso Leaving both Do not Sutfor any Longer. asningion... JI pm ing new designs for coins, under tho bill keep down tho number of men in tho Knowing that a cough can be checked In a day " llaliimeie pm 1 J JAS. C GIYENS. WM.AYRES " Philadelphia. 6 i j pm recently passed by congrebfl. Director stato who engago in tho undertaking and the first stages of consumption broken in a LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI week, wo hereby guarantee I)r Acker's Knglish "New York. a pm Leech explains that ho is to bnsily en- business. Our scheme will bo to boycott Cough Remedy, and will refund the money to all " Kichinond, Va. 9 so pin Daily, Secures to Travelers, J & GIYENS, do not find buy take it as per "OldPolniCmfri gaged in the preparation of tho report of those firms which sell to them, and frown whostatement correct. directions, andA. R. Pen Norfolk Attorneys at Law, his department and the fceoretary of the down in every way on new firms. It is our Druggist. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE 1 rains ny, Icavinr LennciVn tt'tT simply matter of self protection for a m and v io much ! Our Very Bout Pooplo Kvcr attempted between the great cemmercia, fe,f t, 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. treasury's timo will that tho occupied as therea are already more undertakersus, at Virchetfor somo months Richmond, Ky and points on the K C R matter of in Confirm our statement then'ise say that Dr cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and henct Knglish Kerned is in every way superior to the fastest time and most comfortable trains beShreve liui'ding. changing tho models and designs of coins tho state than tho business demands." r any and all othr preparations for the throat and tween all points in the South, cr to the West and BJ:l'"tt'dwV''tllMl1 ." .fn,m cannot bo taken up until lato in the Cor. Kansas City Times. croup, it is allrvoints Ka.t, arrives it luns. In whooping cough and you a sample magic .Northwest. Is The counterpart of this train on all hoi c offer trunk lines denominated The Limited Kiprtss and relieves at once FRANK MAUIMON. spring. JAS.G. GIVE.VS ",r,"n V.V hm"f"'. Va., and all points remedr is sold on a pos The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons tie free Remember this An KxtriKinllnnry Tow. i binco tho bill becamo u law SuperinUnlimited Comfort guarantee, at A. K. Penny's. "T'n2,on' ' Vj. and all local station, a Tho Leary raft towing venture ia itive & Say Monon, get Monon and stick le Monon, fl rive. tendent Bosbysholl has been in receipt noun llvllJr ,ct', ' you want to save monty and have a pleasant jourj; p )n Dr. Ackor'd Enffllsh PIUb daily of letters t rom persons anxious to abont to be cast in tho shado by nn ney Kor sick REAL ESTATE, Are enter into tho competition, showing a ocean journey with a fleet of fiat boats. ache,active, effective and pure. of appetite,headr'or lull information, time cards, mans, fol.lrr. points. Richmond, Kv. and points on the K. C bad disordered stomach, loss am, daily, es. u'"ton r.,.Vr,T", Maf,. S widespread interest in tho subject. As Tho powerful ocean tugs Haviland nnd complexion and biliousness, they have never been etc, call on or1address . P A . - Sunday w t. Kl Ml T I.ouisvd e. Vv either in America it was hoped to change tho fivo cent Ileiperhauson havo left tho harbor hero equaledPenny, Druggist. or abroad. Kor sale by .e "c,";ts reail read via N. N A M V JAS DARK ti 1' A , Chicago. Ill A. R. Ry.,i D. Town Lots, Ca, Iron and Timber Lands bought uickol pieco and net rid of tho buzzard for tho purpose of towing tho great NicaOrW II M. ROllI'.KTii, Agt , Stanford S K II MI1RSK,0 P A , Cincinnati, O. or sold ou Commission. Correspondence Cough ragua canal plant to tho scene of opera That Torrlblo dollar as quickly as practicable, the der solicited breathing In the morning, hurried or ditlicult lay will bo received with universal re- tions. cnesi, phlegm, An ocean voyago with a mammoth raising chilliness tightness in ineor sweatsijuicKeneu gret. Philadelphia Inquirer. at ni jht pulse, in the evening dredge and n dozen scows will bo mado all or any of these things are the first stages TEE COMMERCIEL EOTEL Dr Acker's Kng'ish Cough Kame along tho coast to tho West Indies nnd dcy v. ill cure these fearful symptoms, and is sld The Irish P.utlc Knits. "JIJ-,LJCrUAHeJ HOUTJC." J. U. OWENS, Mana;er, Tho tioublo about tho Irish rent ques- thenco to Grey town, Nicaragua. Tho under a positive guarantee by A. R. Penny ssfZT I :' -. iRIdredge is now awaiting tho big propeller DrugKist. Tho Shortost and Quickest Itouto from - Kentucky. tion is that tho Irish jKop! generally A Harrodsburg, .. Tho'FirBt Symptomalof Doath. i consider a rent contract as having no at Charleston, S. C. whero it was conto nn points North. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains In various KnHt. Wout and South-Wonmoral obligation. Tho truth has been structed After tho big tugs put to sea patts of the body, sinking at the pit of the st'Mii I have tal'en charge ol this popular hot-pft8t Unobotwoon Loxlncton nnd Oinoln- and intend to run it in a first class manner in every handed down from generation to gen- with their burden it is estimated that ach, loss of appetite, fevenshness, pimples or soies respect. It is being papered and PHttited from niitl. three weeks' tugging will bo necessary are all positive esidelice of poisoned blood. N top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and eration that their ancestors wcro wrongmatter how It became poisoned It must bo purifud everything done t make it fle.sant and comfort-abfully dispossessed of their lands, and to bring the unwieldy burden into Grev- - toavoiddeath Dr Acker's Knglish lllood Hixir hCllKDULKINKFKECTMAV , lSdo for guests. The table shall ne.er lie surpass- hut n.vrr failed In remove scrofulous or sspHilih. that tho title of tho largo landlords. town harbor. New York Telegram. No J. ea uy notcisin tnis section. A R, No. j ti. ufftis, Vt poisons Sold under positive guarantee at South Hound while legally perfect enough, is in itd K Penny's. SuD .. K Sun Daily Fourteen Tliousuiul I'eoplo I'reM-nt- . last analysis based upon robbery. Tho I.ve Cincinnati .. 8 io am MasoriB, bricklayer, carpenteis, build When Hiram M. Miltenberger led his rii n m. J ic nm. VilsfcfsKafsW'jM I7W rent is therefore considorod not so much I.ve ovington .. JiJ am S09 pm' pm HOUSE, a pecuniary burden us a patriotic griev- blushing fiancee, Miss Nora M. Coulter, ere, plumbers and painters will, in their Lve Falmouth,... 044 am 917pm 408pra Arr Paris 11 lu a m 10 p m out on the race truck of tho Elkhart respective lines, find Middlesborouiih, aj p m 5 ance. F. B RILEY, Proprietor. Arr I.lvincton 11 oo p m io J5 p m ojo p m fi-- w f " iHHCZLaSBwRMBfalssssv With our forefather- it was not the County Agricultural society at Goshen, Ky., attractive for work is always plenmJL T7T" 11 SO a III I.ve Paris n ... ......... ,. ,. J ,J ,. n fo. it London, - - - Kentucky. price of tho tea, but the priutiplo of the Sept. 25. nnd was thero married to her tiful, steady and continuous, and wai't'B Arr Winchester.. li oc p m 6 an Dm Arr llichmond. 40 P m ; 30 p m ., I have moved to my new Hotel and am better tea tax, that led to the revolution, nml in the presence of 1,000 people, ho was are higher than in tho largo cities. Arr Lancaster.. 4 3$ V m prepartd thau eser to accommodate the public. in like manner, as tho Arr Stanford.. Irishman looks at tho hero of tlio biggest wedding, so far Good Li cry attached and every coin emence deSJl''"l .MIIch' Serve uiul l.livr I'IIIh. Lve Richmoud it, tlio rent is not po much a financial as as attendance is concerned, that over ocsired. Give me a call, Arr llerea. Havlnir removed my Hurler Shop to the An linicr'..int not on thi 77 'linn FRANK RILEY. a political question, though when th curred in northern Indiana. Tho happy oinucti .in.l nw - through, tlio nerves mercial lintel, I am prepared to a. commodate la Arr Llvington J22JL!" :Z crops fail payment of tho rent is an im- conplo wero the recipients of presents llvei.k prluel to They jve Mlv euro tillious dies as well as gentlemen In anything they may A new wish in my line. Children also waited ni ( C. A. BENEDICT & CO., itml const p.i d No. 5. possibility. To tho extent of considering valued at 100. donated by tho morchantB ness, li.nl ifti i e No. ,. tlon. spli n lor on n rnni"ii and rlilMrun on me. THOMPSON, h.oi Sm illiisl, mi dcii t. .J di).Cf"'o a cunts InCommercial Hotel. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, it a political question tho English gov- of tho city. Indianapolis Sentinel. I.ve Livingston 3 00 am i ruu at A K s .StmiurJ. Samples m ernment agrees with him, and henco tho I.ve llerea. 10 as a in ...V. Ill An Iitipnrtnut .llnttcr. Vote. TANFORD, KY. recent nrresLs. If pounds and pence Arr Richmond. ...j a m :::::::: nr.iRgNis everyivliero roport Hint the sales ol Undo Kenniston. of Appleton, Mo., I.ve Stanford .. 7 00 a m "777 Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at only wero involved it would lmvo left tho I'ctstomtivo N'l'ivlnt' ,i norvo food uuu Lve Lancaster roted for tho 7 45 am timo in n state moillcim are nttoiilslilng cxceudlng any filing tho landlord to take can, of himself. factory prices. 3 Arr Richmond. 10 00 a m ;.....i""" election Sept. 8 hist. Ho cast his first they nverh.nl, u lulo it irivos unlersnl satUfnc New York .World. Richmond. IO p m 6 10 a rn , tlon In liea uelio. It. ri nisliom ...... LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLo. Lve Winchester voto for Andrew Jackson for president, sexual ileblilty. l.ncl.ticiu , poor kieOilossnoss, Arr 00 p m 7 ic a tno.norv. Ills "J Arr Paris and has never missed going to tho polls dizinosH, e'e. It. & Co.. Tior. N. V 40pm Didn't Want a I'eiisloii. Aliibvry& M irjsli v of II ui o Croelc, Miuti . C Lve I.esiucton RAILROAD. "J p in too am, 3 45 pro John Parkhill. of Portland, who ha-- and voting. As an exemnlarv nerformer II. Woodirurtli. il'n. ol Kort Wuyno, lint, nnd Lve Paris a 30 p m 8 Jj a m 4 si p m hundreds of nliiors Kt.ru ih.it ilicy neiur linn Lve Falmouth... The Great made himself famous as being the only of a public duty we hold him up to tho died 4 is p in 9 13 a rn, 5 t6 p s iinv fiiRd'ulfio svh ell sold ao lupiilly. or Arr Covington. 5 40 p m 10 3j a m 6 n m man in tho United States vho did not attention of younger men. Lewiston gaio audi s uiiiuL'iioii Trial botllcs of this Arr Cincinnati . 5 50 p mi0 45 m 6 18 n m Journal. IhioI. o i .Serious Dlion-oTHROUGH TRUNK LINE. I rains .Nos. and 14 run Sunday want a pension, passed through Astoria j iruo at A II only between who giuinititeos and on his way to San Frnncihco to tho volTo 'I he A Brooklyn jury has given Alexander recommends li l'.'iui', at ia m I.ve. unteer firemen's reunion. Mr. Parkhill, Ellis n verdict of $G0 in u suit brought I'nilurcM In l.lfe. Lexington at 3 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at who ia over 00 years of age, 'served uKuuist u uruKgisc who mrnisiieu exTeople fail In :n my u y .. In liui.ne. In 3 33 P. m. "i lmiiliev and in through tho Seminole war in rioiida in tract of carbolic ncid when a "solution" tmirillt), a In reiiKon rt u on..,, With 8oiJ,,na,medVNo!le,!.,ratCs'4f ncaun. vveaic li" iiiismifrfvj ZV" 16'JH, nnd nko in tho Mexican war. - llKat5--.- - JC. was called for. Ellis put tho stuff on a causooj falluroi.i lif. I, ti, ,ohs not clrrtHtitu tiruperly In Hi' lime., tin ' is shortleaves Maysville at 3,13 a in, arrjjjig Ho was ono of tho handful of fron- bunion, and gets tho $00 as a salvo for at Pans at ness of brenth, lutiuna oia : ui ttio bi.un, iUt . 7 40, a in. No. j leaves tiersmen who raised a company to fight his feelings. Kt E5Ct and noss, hoad.iehr. otc. : In tho ktoiii.icli, wind arrives at Pans at, .r .,.,.. except. unaay. "J ' ' .,.!'?.. at n, t iicse fnlntspulls etc . in iho liver' Louisville niln. the .Mexicans before tho United States wiijr , torpitlltv, ongostlon, otc I'nin in tho loll sldo' No runs da! y from Lesington to The latest "boy orator" to como for sliouinur and stomach is caused by hourl strain' took the matter in hand, and afterward To Nashville, No. 4J leaves LesinKton 1000 am; Cincinnati arrives Paris Kor 10 4J am; eacept Sunday all through tho war. IIt refused ward is Irving Jay Steeninger, tho child Iho all th'tkH tiiiil.iillus Dr .Mics'Xoiv Curo for Memphis, heart o. leaves Cincinnati lomeily. bold 10 iim'.i.i... 1.1 to enter tho War of tho Rebellion be- phenomenon of Rochester, Ind. Hois (,'uanuiteedand Iuiiki it tho Imst by A. H. I'ouny Atlanta, -"- ""-iin t and lucumtneudud ' ' 7 "J? pm : except Sunday " cause ho thought it was too much like not quite C years old, but ho can deliver Treatise ft ce o. 7 leaves ralmontfi a m; arrives Cincin 00 Montgomery, n fifty minutes' address .with nstonish- 755 am; fighting brothers. ""rain Notesexcept Sunday daily izMraHn--?FrNo 1 runs ing eloquence and self possession. Little Rock, ton and Cincinnati. No 4 runVdr"! r . For years pension agents lmvo mado IV YOU WANT Cincinnati and Lexington. life a burden to him in their endeavors , ,,,,w'i Mobile and Now Orleans. Nos. j and 6 make connections at w;ns. It is reported from to secure a pension for him. Ho fought in ,l'' torpointsoniheN N Newport New3 & Miss.Valloy Co f MI'nUTA SIT T..I M ..... tliem manfully for n long time, as ho Martinique, that tho court has condemn- -' When Baby vr&s sick, to garo her Costorla. a,rivt When sho was a Child, she cried for Costorla. at and denart from the Cen ra" ijnkfn" AND A IIAI'PV COOK, USE paid he was nblo to mako his living. ed to a fine nnd ono year's imprisonment Only one change to points in Finally tho papers camo and with them tho woman Adelino Herculo, in whose When sho became Miss, sho clung to Costorla. his back iienaion, and it has been com-in- houso the conflagration of June 22 origi- - When sho bad Chillrcn, sho (ave Ilium Costorla. over since, iiriually forced on him IIIUCU. ofFor full particulars address any agent ol the Co. ngainst his will. Astoria (Ore.) t.'olum-bia- n EMIGRANTS MADE BY A perfect opal, with a movable drop W. L. MUNSO.N'.Trav Pass in tho center, was found in California Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive o. r. 11, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Special rates. Coirmon labor in MiddlesborouRh, recently. A negro at tho Kimberly The coal that is found at Middleshor-ough- , arSce agents ol this Company for rales, routes U.K. HUNTINGTO.V. vu..nl',!i"an"0- Gen'j COMPANY, Ky is in great demand at prices raili (South Africa) diamond mines found a Manager. Ky., makes tho best coking coal in Ac,, or write to I C. ATMOIIE. C. P. & T. A.. diamond of tho samo character in 1888, GENERAL OFFICES: ng frc m $1.50 to S1.75 per day. LEXINGTON, KY. America. Louisville, Ky Chamber ol Comtuerc. lluilding, Cincinnati, 0. InteriorJournal USEFUL INFORMATION. jVD-VjVCI- C lllg Connecticut Pumpkins. f.iriuera go nway from Connecticut nml settle in tho west, crying that tlio old stato is plnyctl out in nn agricultural way, but tho .Nutmeg 6tato is still BOinuwlmt on pumpkins, or elso Walter Crissey, of Southington, is mistaken. Crissey set out to raiso pumpkins this year and succeeded. Ho planted eight acres with field corn and in every other-hildropped a pumpkin seed. lie S01110 l -- REMOVEDI PiUEMMSCFMr ' i WEX.I. BOHIJNTG. 3"-- l J". - HILTON" Queens-ware, CICIWKIWATJC York, i -- Homo-Sookor- u' . . of -- xii-i!I?7- I. "-- ! KTJKW ((DBOSA1S8, l"""i -- J first-cla- ss CA1R:DJLIC2AS9 . NEWCOMB well-kno- demi-dres- HOTEL 1 sstsm - ihan-sT- POWDER Absolutely Puro .. , -- j ..- - ...-- TO THE FTJBI.IC. . RICHARD C- WARREN PRICE, 4KB OLD KY. ROUTE jg-- tl 1 Washington, PENNY, rsvia 4 fsV 4Z 4 1 Dentist. d , . i ALLEN & R8EL Johnson AYRE3 . . -- i NEW FAST MAIL e . v . . . Im - AcV-er'- s ioi-y- giyess kbwmqr; ,.i Si.-T,i'- "" Sun-u- av Plucvillc, Kentucky. lot-y- ,; Kentucky Central R.R. C - --- 1 -- LtlEM .I HI t. II ll le A. A m THE RILEY ala.. B C - fi' 4 LsV. C A 1 V 1 . . ilis-vi-r- Co-- n ryT.n..przz i . . f to-pi- i . ! North-Houn- JI-S- i -- 1 rifty-setent- li jzrz fifty-sevent- h 1 Mii-io- ii 74jimt...::; "10 j . s, 1 m CREAM isw&yiSfZb . ,,, , SOUTH & WEST I r-- lW ' 1 m 1 l:nll-it'o- " . -- B UJXINGTON.KY dt C 1 GOOD BREAD Fort-do-Franc- e, -- 1 CREAM FLOUR g ARKANSAS TEXAS. unir N.1 aTsTsTsTsTsTssTsTsb'.wii ... Y I ' J' tmimmmmJskmt)tid fa I ! nksssssssssssslssssssssssssssM'irtlll .'-.- ' tf , jHsfc.-gJ- , . r . . . i , 'J'A-aV-i- . . - ,,. stfiaisijsrfJs'i ilTlAl, - 'l. . . .- ,- " ". - '.."-- , m.i - ... ir ,t ' .. jYa ' ' " irs ' ti' y s t 'i n';lsi - - v t