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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890111101 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. r tJ- - r ," ""rt ' T tenilnyM)MnMMi -- - if . " ' ' 'V T i Semi-Weekl- y ' Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 11.1890. NO. 73 VOL."XVIII. NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watehes, Cloeks, Clocks $2, worth $5; Clocks at S2.50, worth S4. Watches worth Sioo at $70;"worth $30 at S20, am offering everything in my stock of Jewelry at cost for CASH only. Look at the prices; worth S20 at Si 4, worth Sis at Sio. Ii. V. Raymond's movement?, gilt, Si 7. 50; Nickel, S20. Hampden Railway movement atSi8.75. Seven Jewel movements, $5 to S6.25. Everything else in proportion. I have the largest stock ever brought to Stanford and have lately opened a large stock of new goods bought especially for the Holiday trade. Uuy now while you have a large stock to select from. Come and examine my stock and prices but biing the money with you as the sale is l'OSITIVKLY for cash. I y JEWELRY OR SILVERWARE. .A.. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. R. zpiEisricsnz". ) U v( s The anniversary of the Garrard so stunning even the unterrilled who MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. County Hibloj Society was held at the knew it was coming have scarcely caught M. I). Wall ami Mihs Kliza IS. Wall, Juiiivh II. Hrown is ut Ills father, A. HavingreceivedaNEWand ELEGANT LINE Presbyterian church on Sunday evening, along breath yet, and the only jollifying House in Sunford, containIlrown'fi, vcryflii'k. sweet Hi, were married at John Single- ing three on LancaMer street Good 1, of Fall and Winter Millinery, and secured rooms and cellar cistern holding services (if Mrs Edmiston, I insite the ladies the thclHh, nl which llov. J. C. Frank, of is in subdued tones through a kind feelof about x barrels of water in yard. The Lyon Coiiii'ily Co. cloned tlioir Mc Kinney and vicinity to call at lower room of the Christian church, presided with his ing for the verv few fellow citizens ton's Sunday. Uoth parties live in the J. il IIIOGINS, Veranda Hotel. Kiugsvillu section. i'ij;n:i'mi'nt nt tlio ()jHrn llouso Satur- iiccuntomed dignity and ability. Ky. Masford, MRS. E J. TANNER, whose mournful visages anil preoccupied a day niK.it Mr. I.yoii linn n Marriage license was issued Satur-- , 4t .McKluncy, Ky. delivered an able and forcible manners plainly show that somebody's day for the mnrrinire of Mack Kates to troupo in every renpecl nud tliey deserve at tln coiii'ltiHioii of wliif'h n liiuul- - powerfully sick. Yosemitc, the metropo' . ,. , . ... . , ,,. the liberal patronage they rroiive. WNI'' uaug.iler ol some collect,,.,, was taken up for the lis of Casey, was thrown into the wildest .. , The rontiHted ulectimi casu for po- circulation of the Hible. Tue total col ' . f . rii ' . . vtim uii. Owing to my continued bad health, t have formit I i kinfolks and folks, Klkin, J. I). Hrady nnd Miss Nannie Scott, ed. partnership with my brother, John L. Co.. to and their tolks, as well their folk'sfolks, tomy folks lice jii.Iku ijetvvifii .lames C. Iluinphlll lection in thu four churches of the town caciiciiiviii Him uiirsiinyofimeriiuuii u) as colored trespass cars coming PMidnml under the firm name of M. K. hlkin .V the new engineer a train I ..1 n i Af ttm mnrvtoil ilm and Walton Kiumjii comets up take effect Oit ist. Persons knowing themselves or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm ' amounted to $.. without my permission, or they will be punished town in successful imitation into will please ,. , ,, , the Hurnett House, Louisville, last week. indebted to me lee you in call at once and settle. to the full extent ot the law I mean what I ay. Tuesday, bvforu the county jiido and . . . I am uuible to i person ami need my jam THOMAS C. HALL. HUSTONVILLE. money badly. Thanking you fur your liberal pato tovs-j-i There were no objections to the match, the two iiinKJstratva nearest mr. ,., .wi.'.vor., v..vi. .i...i.i..-- i ..A ..!,...; tronage in the past, I ask continuance ot same to"...v.v..t but tho young people, simply desired to ward the new nrm. Kespectlull, Denny und Huck Henry. Col. Jatnea Horn to the wife of M. (!. Thompson, tmiift Wlwiii tlwk otiirtliwl tnttt1ntinn M. V. ELK IN. 6t repre- Saturday last, a girl. AV. 0. llradloy nnd J. II. Hrown ', ,, , , "wny from home. The ceremony , ,.... ...! n,i ' was performed bv the Rev. J. M. Weav- , Occufional glimpses of Mr. K. sent the contcHtunt nnd 11. II. Tomlinson ', Knnsas. that democratic engineers en- Fruit Troes For Salo Cheap. Lot on Main Street in Stanford er, of that city. C.-- J. tho conU'fltee. wore caught last Wednesday as tliUNiasm to the was communicated Containing t acres. inMr. K. R. Odor, the Kxercises of a religious character lie skipped from house to house, sli I have a nice tot of Apple Trees, Grape Vines throng and long into the night the boom and Paspberry Plants, of my own raising, for sale. Terms easy. of Pythian at T. R. WALTON, Stanford. surance man, eloped to Cincinnati with Apple Trees cents each and others were held by the Knitfhtu sunshine all around. in proporof cannons proclaimed the victory to is Miss Stettie Frisbie, daughter of a weal- tion, as wish to close out the business 3 i'. M. in thu rresbyterian church on Mr. John Dryo recently received surrounding counties. Hut isn't our P. L SIMPSON, X thy merchant of Cynthiana, and they laat Sunday, thu tlh. About W meuiberH word that his son, George, of Denton, Stanford, Ky majority of congressmen a little too big? were joined in tho holy bonds of wedol tho order were present, in addition to Texas, is very ill of typhoid fever au( Just a little? How's Tom Richards? L,ots lock at the Gibson House. Tho parents n larKo'nttundanco of our citizens. Tlio his recovery exceedingly doubtful. The In the corporate limits of Rowland. Bcrmon of Kev. J. It. Tercy was interent-hi- many relatives and friends of the young D.viiiy Notts. At a recent session of of the bride objected to Mr. Odor because and clmractoriated by earnestness and man watcli the mails witfi greatest solid-- a dairy school at Meredith, N. Y., the he net on horse races and for tho fast six 8 H J. DARST, Rowland. We offer for sale privately our farm known as mile from ability. The order seems to be iua flour- tude hoping for better news. following answers were given to ques- - months lie lias been denied the house, the George Anderson place, containing Huston-villon the Liberty pike, 43 acres, ishing condition. Cole Carpenter has sold his crop of tions taken from the question box. Tl,ey met frequently, however, nt the good duelliug of 6 rooms and well watered. Call LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT: on or auuress us at nustonrme, Ky. Kd Ilishop will leave this week for corn to George Rule, Sr., nt $2.'J6 per When a cow "Holds up her milk" it is houses of friends nnd opposition only JOHN ELLIS. The undersigned will rent for the year 1891. on -tl MARY ELLIS. IIumuiKton, W. Vn where he lias ac- barrel shucked in the Held. Cole is retained in the udder nnd milk ducts, strengthened their love nnd determinn-Secretioreasonable terms her Farm ot 230 Acres, tW miles Ironi Milledgeville, Ky, The renter can have the cepted a josition with n piano establish-men- rarely left in the way of a trade, but is checked nnd the cow is in-- titl to marry. privilege of seeding this Fall. Applt to Mrs. NANCY JENKINS, wedding that Lexing-th- o Success to you, "With." Master there may bo something in the fact that jHrLMj. Very little milk is ever "held up." Theswellest Danville, Ky. Commissioner It. A. llurnside, is in tho corn is nearer Uncle George's barn The shortage is duo to the failure to se- -' t0H has experienced for a long time was I ofler for sale privately the Henry Hester farm mountains this week. A. M. Kinnaird than it is to Cole's and worth a quarter Tele. Thu milk is not made. All the that of Miss Jessie, daughter of Gen. of 60 acres of bottom land on Dix Kivcr: 31 acres sown in wheat up and all right balance in grass. House and Lot at Crab Orchard For Sale, him returned to Middlesboro. Mrs. more than any other crop ho could buy. Milk cans Win. Preston, to Georgo A. Draper, of The dwellinc has 6 rooms: there is a. new barn. the cow is injured. is visiting of New Itwrln, U., Mr. Smith 1'owell in mounting his should be scalded after each using, first Massachusetts. This is what the bride good well, line orchard and fencing nearly new. Terms, half cxh, balance in one and two years, , A House and Lot, consisting of locaMrs. D. M. lackey. Mre. Dr. horse last Priday, accidentally dischargher bitter, having been well washed in cold water. wore and its perusal will almost make with interest. It not sold will be for rent. Pos ted at Crab Orchard, Ky , and known Acres, as the given January 1, 1891 property, one Block trom Depot. Tho house Hush nnd daughter will leave In n few ed a gun, and thu load plowed a furrow-juthe ladies' mouths water: "The dress session Kusilage is the best form in which to 6j.tf J. W. ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. contains six spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one open torch nnd portico, with all necessary out. back of the horse's ear, which id preserve mature corn for cows. The came from tho hands of Worth, and condayb for Florida, where they will spend buildings. Call on or address D B. Edmistou. tho winter. most resulted in tho death of tho horsoj ))VHt butter cow is the cow thnt will mnke sisted of white satin, trimmed with the Crab Orchard, Ky., or me at Pines Hie, Ky. 3"SAMUEL BLAIR, M. D. Jolly Peter Hampton (evorybody from hemorrhage. Mr. 1. is an expert the most butter from a given quantity of richest of lace ami embroidered with or likes Pete) was hero n day or so nyo. horseman ami such accident could not food. Cows milked clean do not need seed pearls, arranged in love knots. The Personalty, Crop & Farming ImWhen Pete drove tho ntnco between this have occurred, but from the fact thnt his stripping. To continue stripping will bridal veil was caught with a diamond plements. Pendaut from an exquisito I plate and Stanford everybody on tho little sou, Smith T., was on the horse. I have dry up a cow. Cream should not stand aigrette. my will sell to tho highest bidder at my residence 3 set pike, finished Irom new Saw Mill on the Somer7 miles Stanford and am prepared Jim Goode, Jim and John Allen in the churn over night before churning. necklace was ft diamond star, tho gift of (square would mnke it n point to bid him miles west of Stanford on to furnish any kind of LUMBER, SHINGLES, "KOoddiyu" when ho would start on his were so encouraged by their success It injures the quality of the butter nnd the groom. The left arm was encircled Ac, at LOWEST PRICES. I will sell the lum! berat the with a triplet of bracelets of diamonds, Tuosday, November 18tb.f 1890, me a trial. mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give daily trips nud in tho afternoon when ho Ustiing uear Dunn ville a mouth ago, thnt tends to foul the churn. Pestoflice, MAYWOOD, KY. they would they went back last week. They report y The lollowinfr property rubies and sapphires. The bride's robe returned with his buko, A.B. BASTIN slinke hands with him, as though he had nearly as good luck as on their first trip Scientists on Cofkkk. It is nsserted wns en traine, nnd from it peeped little Fifteen head fancy harness, saddle & brood horses, I pair ol IP.A.I,Ij, 1890, just returned from several months' jour- nnd brought homo a few nice ones in by men of high professional ability thnt satin slippers, fastened with diamond Forty fourwork Mules, head of NEW YORK CATTLE, if if not sold before day of sale ; ney. Jim Hamilton says that tho rea- corroboration, nnd Jim Goode showed when the system needs n stimulant, buckles." Five nice yearling Steers, 7 fat Heifers, 8 good Blue-Gras- s son Peto wears such thick soles on his where they had been hooked lest there nothing equals a cup of fresh codec. Milk Cows, 8 Calves, 1 Hulls, yoke of Oxen, Exhaustion of Natural Gas. . bunch of Hogs, a nice lot of bhoats; boots is to keep tho seat of his breeches should be a doubt as to the manner in Those who desifo to rescue the dipsomaof Corn, 11 Immense stock of fruit and ornamental trees. pure Timothy Prof. Orton, of Ohio, in a paper recent- Forty acres Locust Posts, stacks of Implements; will find no better tho ground. Hay, 500 Farming niac from his cup which they were caught. Crapevines, Asparagus, small trees, and every('i from drugging on new Surrey and Harness, thing for orchard and garden. Tho pop, pop of the shot gun is substitute for spirits than btrong, newly ly read before the American Association One handsome and Kitchen Kurnitu.e. Phae- no agents, the lawn, direct at low prices to We have It is paid thnt many years ngo Ferditon, Household but sell the for tho Advancement of Science, stated Terms made known on day of sale. rite for catalogue to nand Frederic! kept n hotel in Stanford, heard eveiy day in all quarters and the made coffee without milk or sugar. Two Mrs. E. 11. J0XKS. H.F. HILLENMEYER. . that there is uot tho faintest doubt that 6 " Ky. It was his universal custom to ask birds and rabbits are kept on a lively ounces of collee, or J of a pound, to ono Lexington, Ky. the natural gas supply iu the Indiana every visiting guest what was tho news, move, occasionally dodging in the way pint of boiling water, makes a and Ohio fields is not only exhaustible, lt beverage, but the water must be boiling, fluduo matter what it might be, to say in of a chargeof shot nud getting hurt. is asserted that ma- but is rapidly and surely being exhaustglad to hear it." A gentlereply, "I'm says that two of his neighbors drop- not merely hot. It ed. He said he was yet to lind a man I desire to sell my farm ofabout OF A d 130 acres, man from Lancaster called at tho hotel ped in nl his house a few days ago, after laria and epidemics are avoided by those conversant with existing facts who does Valuable Lincoln County Farm. Hush about t'A miles north of Stanford on the Branch pike, opposite theold church. There for dinner and tho usual question was what he would have thought a lively in- who drink a cup of hot coffee before a"a uou tS acres ininwheat andryo; the balance asked. "What is tho news?" to which fantry skirmish in the early (Ms, und an venturing into the morning air. Burned not entirely agree with him. The gas is Adair Circuit timothy. stored in the rocks, where it has been for II C. rtaker, Admr. with theCourt.annexed of V. of the farm well set kitchen and Good dwelling of four rooms and will a splendid new develop- on hot coals coffee is a disinfectant for a the guest replied: "My wife died and exploration of their game I'. Williams, deed., 1'llf., vs. John W. Williatrs, barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can ages. It is not now being generA;c , Dcfts. be given immediately. For particulars, se was buried yesterday." "lilad to hear ed thu loss of all but one of the four birds sick room, nnd by some of the best phy- untold Notice J. P. Bailey, Stanford, decree in tho styled it, sir, glad to hear it!" said Mr. Frederi- - they thought they had. That 0110 their sicians it is considered a specific in ty- ated and every foot that escapes to tho Ily virtue of a the beptember aboved 1890, ofcase, Cincinnati, Ohio. or write theE. nndersigned it rendered at term, the WITHERS. surface leaves the quantity remaining for Adair Circuit Court, I will, as Special Commiscl. to thu surmise and mortification of marker, Roy, and the old dog captured phoid fever. Commercial Advertiser. future use just so much smaller. Tho sioner of said Court, ou his guest. Now, if Parson Harrison Dave became so disgusted with his gun It may surprise some farmers to be in- pressure of gas in tho wells in Ohio nnd Thursday, Nov. 13th, 1890, would adopt the philosophic stylo of before tho day was over that when a formed that n sheep can bu made to Indiana fields is steadily diminishing, I wish to sell privately my residence and propLandlord Frederici, and when informed partridge got up he threw down his gun the premises, sell at pubof over 400 pounds, yet the decrease already having amounted to Cn auction, on a credittoofthe highest bidder months, erty. The house has fio rooms, store room, reneh live weight lic of f, la and iS front seraudah, back porch latticed, eood of tho political cyclone of Tuesday last, and gave chnse, as he had heard is freILT) pounds oO or 10 per cent. equal known Iu view of this, Dr. as the installments, a certain Tract ot LandLincoln cellar with windows on couth side; outbuildings dignity and say: "I'm quently practiced in wild turkey hunting such is the fact. As high as Wm P Williams farm, ling in etand upon his all now, consisting of meat house, henery.coal has been reached by an Oxford ram and Orton urges the imperative necessity for Co., out he Waters of Hanging Fork, andimmedi-atel- house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are two glad to hear it," ho would give a practi- - in Texas. Dave caught one. on the pike leading from D.tnsillc to ti good cisterns, one at house, the other at the r.OO pounds is not considered unusual as cities and States to tako action restrictMile, about 4 tuiles from llustonvtlte, being here is an abundance of fruit, including nl illustration of his submission to tho If, as reported eomo time ngo, there the same land deeded by Wm. 1. Williams to raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, an average for some choice Hocks. Yet ing the lavish nud wasteful usu of gas II Hudson by deed will of Providence, and that ho has rec was a dissatisfaction with prices for dated August it), t83j, and grapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple recorded in the I.inuoln County Clerk's ognized tho fact that this is a free conn hauling amongst tho wagoners and a our sheep that reach the marketa seldom Even the strictest regulation cannot pre office, to which reference is ma do Court full de- trees. to Also some nice Jersey Cows and heifers bred registered bull. One harness vent the exhaustion of the supply of gas scription, containing aj8 Acres 2 for a and 34 combined horse, both gentle and can behorse, one Koods no shoes threatened strike, there has been an am- weigh over l'Jo pounds. Kx. try, in which those who have driven by few years, but they may put off tho Poles. Said land will be olfered in two or more woman or child. One buggy and phaeton. Wkomxu Anm KitsAitiKs. Somebody in a have tho right to go icable and satisfactsry adjustment of diftracts and then all together, and the bid or bids Also 8 acres of pasture land, which will be will be accepted and reported which realize the sold in one piece or disided into lots to suit purTho "new blood" that President ferences and the daily throng of wagons gives out the following as a correct list of exhaustion some time. largest amount of money. chasers. Those wishing to buy a lot cheap will At the same time and place and upon the same havoa golden opportunity, Harrison infused into his party by his is almost the only indication of business wedding anniversaries: Three days, suThere has just died at Americus Ga., terms will sell the Tract ol Land containing J G. CARPENTER, Stanford. Appointment in Kentucky nnd else- this end affords. Timber lauds nearest gar; GO days vinegar; first anniversary, a woman with a singular history. Her about o Acres, more or less, coin eyed to said Williams by A W Harperand wife by deed dated pro- to Moreland have lately been boughtnnd iron; 5th anniversary, wooden; 10th anwhere does not seem to have been uame was Susan K. Merrilleld. In 1SG0 Jan. 1, 1867, anil recorded in said otlice, lying in waters of Harris ductive of satisfactory results in tho late other mills will be started. In a few niversary tin; loth anniversary, crystal; Mrs. Merrilleld was telling her husband said county on the of the purchasers Fork. good Bonds required with se. With but few oxceptious ho years tho timbered knobs within 10 20th anniversary, china; 25th anniversa- of some occurrence, when he, iu a testy curities, bearing interest from date of sale and elections. And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. having the force and effect of a judgment ignored tho active party workers, and miles of Hustouvillo will sell for more ry, silver; tiOth anniversary, cotton; 3."ith mood, requested her to bo silent, as the II C. IIAKEK, Special Com'r. Desiring to quit the drug business at Hustonplaced in the highest positions men who per acre than the best farms, if tliero anniversary linen; 40th anniversary, sound of her voice was hateful to him. ville I offer my entire stock of fresh Drugs and Chemicals for sale My .took is complete In every -- THEbad never mnde a speech, contributed a should he a little more Mclvinley tinker- woolen; 43th anniversary, silk; 50th an- She replied that if her voice annoyed particular and the business is a paying one in Hustonville. Will also rent the entire house my store diaany part in politics ex- ing with tho tarifi. nickel or taken Wo use tho word niversary golden; 7oth anniversary, him he would never hear it again, and is located In The house contains 4 good upstairs Co. rooms. cept to cast their votes. A number of McKinley adjectiyely presumi" ihut mond. G. A. WASH, Hustonville. this vow, iu spite of entreaties of husgentlemen, who were supposed to it will find its way into thu next edition these OF STANFORD, KY., band, children and friends, she faithfulModern Heat and Light estimates the bo tho exclusive representatives of the of your dictionary with boycott and simFARM SALS AT a capital invested in electric lighting plants ly kept for 30 years. Her husband died Is now fully organized and ready for business with "young blood" of tho State, did not pos- ilar words. We've beard that McKinley some years ago, appealing in vain for her in the United States has reached the sess BUllicient influence to control a coun- proper has )Mn boycotted Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. On account of continued bad health, I desire to enormous aggregate of $118,75S,$00, and to speak to him, and on her own deathsell privately my farm of 320 s precinct, and their apty . A portion of last month was declared , , - bed she bade adieu to her children by Surplus, ... IHBKUl liura 13,500. land at a bargain, in a tine stateAcres of ol fertility. Would "Q sell aoo acres with Improvements. Location one was not only a surprise, but a ho dullest in the memory of tho oldest HIWO IO III UIU pointment IH) M7 hlculuIcscoIlt mile south of Stanturd, and the laying of the farm 8ht8 127,441 arc means of the signs she had employed workers, businessmen but ho past week caps niortitleation to tho . SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL is superb. There are all of the necessary ImTimj fl through her long .years of silence. HANK OF STANFORD, provements, including a frame dwelling ot five who bore tho bent and burden of the day tho climax " hough election day was in- . , rooms and hall, a large basement barn, nnd tQ 8,10W tho a m&ann elecThe earliest possible day for tho (Now closing up) with the same assets and under buildings new For further information, apply all when work wns needed. In tho to eluded. Hiibiness men emphasize, the advanc- Christian Kaster is March 22. electricity has ROUT. McALISTER, Stanford. 43im the same management. The latest tions last Tuesday tho "young blood" complaint that they "never know tho portunce to which Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors arc as lind a test of its virtue, and the result is like." Klection day hero didn't reach ed within a few years. This does not day possible is April 25th. In 1751 nnd fully protected as am depositors in National thousand nnd ono applica ISIS Kaster fell on March 22; but this Hanks, its shareholders being held individually not nt the ordinary Saturday afternoon activity consider tho o( the amount Been in a general political wrec the stock lighting. will not occur again either iu this centu- liable to at theextentvalue thereof, in of their to the par addition therein all creditablo to the republican office- always expected at oven the country tions of tho element other than amount invested in such shares. It may actus ry or the century following. The rulo is executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as holders, who were charged with tho stores, and the ollicers of tho election On Saturday, the 1st of November, iu an individual. manipulation of tho political machine of sent out drummers lest the poll nt thu tho year of our Lord 1800, in tho city of that Kaster day is always tho llrst SunTo those who entrusted their butsiness to us Harrison banner nreci'ict should not reach 100 Philadelphia, tho Hon. James G. Rlaino day after the paschal full moon, or full while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol tho State. Neither Presidents Stanford, w e we here tender our many thanks and they will nor Cleveland Beein to l.uvo realized the votes tho exact number of ballots Jim. did solemnly say: "I have coniu here moon which happens upon or next after trut us, offeringcontinue to transact their business fill as a guarantee for prompt attenwith f.tct that is tho "boyu in tho trenches" Goode handled nud thought (?) cast to give you a warning thnt as Pennsylva- March 21. and if the full moon happens tion to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liheral accommodations as arc conwho wiu battlea and who deserve tho against the democratic nominee save nia goes on Tuesday next tho nation upon Sunday, then Easter Day is the sistent with sound banking. spoils. They both seom to have gone and excepting about 25. Hut wasn't votes two years lionce." And on that Sunday after. It is not, however the DIKECTOKs: & CO., moon in tho heavens, nor even the J I. Williams Mt. Vernou; out of their way to hunt up men for that cyclono that struck the God and "Tuesday next" Pennsylvania weut demAl Hail Stanford: J. C f tiifdiii, WlnnfAPil , mean moon of astronomers, that reguprominent places who, in bo far nsprac-tica- l Morality ('!) party last Tuesday a twist-or- ? HUSTONVILLE, KY. wnr.it.jr, . flu ocratic by ubout 10,000 majority. J. S.J J. Embry, JStanford; politics was concerned, were withAre still In the business and ready to do any lates tho time of Kaster, but an altogethThere has been no special run on thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full J. E. Lynn, Stanford: out either knowledge, experience or tho "Stockiugs aro down. Como in and er imaginary moon, whoso periods aro stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes A. W. Carpenter, Mfilledgeville; slightest interest in tho Buccess of theirt tho limited stock of crepe carried by our of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly J. K.liaughtnan, Hustonville; Of course there huvo been hero merchants, nud very few long faces are take a look," is the dubious 6ign on an bo contrived that the new (calendar) new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. B. F. Cash, Stanford; paity. J. Green has charge oicur business and will show William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. some honorable exceptions to furnishing store. Phila- - moon always follows tho real new moon und tliero ladies' moping about town, in tact tuo unpre our goods to any one needing anything In our S. II. Shanks, President. tho general rulo, notably, tho appointsometimes by two or even three days. lne J. II. Owsley, Cashier. 64. tf cedented and unexpected reyulsion was t delphia Record. of Judge Sautley. FOR RENT. MILLIlTEBrsr. 6-- tf e tlrst-clns- -- ad-tin'- s, - .,,.. " -- -- 1 Vn newhrm:, POSTED. id to-da- oh',, "Vh ""' FOR SALE! to well-know- n 1 6i-i- For Sale K FAEM FOB SALE. JC- Twenty Building 1 e, n j u 1 Farm For Salo. 54-t- f .,. ii Sla-vi- ns st PUBLIC SALE -t 1TEW SAW tvttTtT, O-'- 1 1 Nurseries. 1 plan-te- r. 6j-t- d flrst-cln- ss Km-me- Commissioner's Sale Farm For Sal. situ-ate- FOR SiJLXE! ' pan-tr- y llus-to- 1 1 sta-b- l. bare-foote- 1 57-- HOUSE FOR BENT m 6j-t- d Farmers Bank& Trust st-i- m M UESuT blue-gras- cross-road- -- s I ,- old-tim- e ,,. IM rlzTjJrrTBBfc?jH nc-tu- al J. T. SUTTON C.-- J. up-to- wn ment .r V, fcMJMjWW1iiW1filfrlli iWl fl .'if 1 u r r R t I f i 1 f: I !' 'I 14 i i i j 1' Ij-- i It" r i: ;' it. r m '! ' C.R. Breckinridge's olllcial majority in is SlKi. Tho State sends Interior publicans had seven majority, which by tho 2d Arkansas democratic delegation. tho shameful theft of scats from demo- n solid McKinley, tho high priest of proteccrats they afterward increased to 23 or Ky.,. Novcsinnit 11, 1890 30. The Congress elected last Tuesday tion, was defeated by SOS. although the Stanford, lepublican committee spent will be democratic by fully 150 majority, National him. the republican membership being less more than $100,000 to elect states Yesterday's Courier-Journ- al V. thanW, barely enough to order the yeas revulsion that Kendall is elected in tho 10th by at and nays. This tremendous among least 1,200. This gives Kentucky 10 demsaya that tho Mc- was produced by many causes, CitAUXCEY Dkckw Force bill, ocratic to 1 lepublican representatives in Kinley bill, or tho way that tho trades-me- them tho McKinley bill, the of Congress. took advance of it, contributed tho pension enormity, the From tho latest returns it appears that the rights of tho minority, the unseating largely to hia party's defeat. Another reck- the Senate after March 4, lS'Jl, will dutuocrals, the cause was tho disappointment of ollice of honestly elected to 4"i republicans, less prodigality of tho public money and stand 42 democrats general " seekers. This was the first party, which, with one seat from New Hampshire in ' tional election since President Harrison a general distrust of the demowas ready to do doubt. Tim House will havo a went in. With 100,000 offices to dispose intoxicated with power, majority of 15 1. The people cratic ofthero were 500,000 otlico seekers, and anything to perpetuate it. to rebuke, if The revolution in Wisconsin is ns live or can always bo depended on for every man getting an ollico marked as in Pennsylvania and Massawrong. to now. to more have been disappointed. Many of they can not right a chusetts. Besides electing the governor gentlemen had a knife week these enterprising A good many lepublican pipers, seeby oO.OOO majority, the democrats make up their sleeve, and they let tho admin- ing that their party is doomed to go to a clear gain of six congressmen, the reistration feel it. The result in Pennsyl- the domnition are beginning publicans electing only one where they -vania was caused by tho disgust for ma- to urgo a modification of the McKinley had 7 before. chine politics and in Massachusetts by bill. J f Ulaine's advice had been taken Illinois is The. democratic State ticket in the influx of foreigners, nearly all of the situation plight not havo been thus. elected by from 12,000 to 30,000 majority whom voto the democratic ticket. Mr. Joe Wackburu says that in last July he Tho legislature is democratic on joint do Dcpew doesn't think that disgust with heard the Man from Maine tell Senators ballot, thereby insuring a democratic We We cave Heed's methods or tho Force bill had Allison and Hale, "If I were in the Sen- successor to Senator Farw ell, while tho we do We're bound, toi do , iy .. . 1 l I i I anything to do with it, but here is where ate I would stamp tho McKinley bill un cnnerfSMonal delegation will stand 14 the usually astuto individual makes a der my feet and spit upon it. Go on democrats to 0 republicans, a gain of 7. mistake. The people are sick and tired with your driveling idiocy and see to Gov. Pattison, who changed Pennsylof republican ways and means and they will lead tho repub vania's S000 republican majority to what destruction it to on, Y V CU'iv taid so with tremendous lorce iasi i kiio uibiirttd iiiuiicy initio iowj ui u.vi Pass tins bill and in '02 over 17,000 democratic, is but 40 years fie UOlS. lican party. This is a democratic country and Goods, Goods, there will not bo a man in all the party old. The next will po his second term every effort to centralize tho governmt nt so beggared as to accept your nomination a3 governor of tho Key Stone State, his Slioes, Uloah-s-, audcontinuo one party in power by for the presidency." first election beiiiL' in 1SS2. lie lias 0e- to fraudulent and unconstitutional means Ridos hold several other iniportantofficee. rebuked nt the polls. Reportwill always bo Mil, Ruckkr, of tho Somerset There is considerable of tho Man of ccs Get to mi er, continues to find fault with the way Destiny suggested by his upward course. week of tho republicans to stock to be The eflbrt on Jociinai, is conducted. Of the Ik Tho Western farmer has arisen in his Federal Senate for the next genera- courso wo are under obligations for such the tho McKinlev tariir, but tion by the admission into the Union of distinguished censorship, but we would wrath against been shorn while ho lay the two Dakotas, Washington, Montana, fain suggest to the censor what we do to his locks have republican Delilah and Idaho and Wyoming, by which they got all our subscribers, "If you don't like in tho lap of the he can do nothing. His strength de12 Senators either by election or theft, 31. SAJ.INGKK, the I. J. you don't have to take it." Be- parted while he slept. Ho must go over Main Street, Stanford, Ky, has proved a boomerang and an abor- sides people in glass houses should not democratA tho hills to tho tion. Their membership in the Senate throw stones. The I. J. may talk naughic House of Representativas which does 117. The cynow is 51 to tho democrats' FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ty, but no contemporary has ever accus- not meet till lMtt and then merely to clone oflast Tuesday played havoc with ed it of'iloiiig naughty. Can tho saintbull, hold a republican president and Seimto - - Fon Sai.k. A registered Jert-eI will offer plans. The democrats it puMic auiiMM at the toutl hout ' their deep-laied censor of Somerset catch on? If not, in check, is cold comfort to the farmer 15 months old. J- G. Carpenter. in liantillr, Kjr hatvbjr vara ail fwrwMit agalMt (rcMMirg Mmdf Ncvrmbvr 17. itgo. from New York, Kanwill gain Senators gam county court ilt), my Blue Unit 1'aia of 101 on my farat ta any farm, hrtalin of Bro. Allie Lew ia will furnish tho dia- whoso mortgage tho McKinley bill foreI. K. lliiticlmiiui told to J. H. Kirk, Acrva, aiiuatth. miaway hetwr llatowatcf kiad, ilftrmtti guH. dng at he, wt howl my ytt sas, South Dakota, Illinois and Wiscon- gram. U1 pra)CMt I DaaviUc, Ky , a ad lUrrnctthiin;, Ky them hi Uic curat of t closes. N. Y. World. of Mai ion, S yearling mules, at $1 10. w. IIAKWMAN, U law. sin and probably from Xew Hampshire, W V C.RIMK Dinvillr. Ky The New York Sun says: Tim latoand Mrs. M. C. Burnside sold a (.iiimuou- after rH which will mako the Senato stand The Cincinnati Knouirer hai a cut Con and 43 demo- showing the Hoiiso of Representatives alnio-- t complete returns from tho tn marc, two years old, to Jusso Dunn, next March 45 republicans gress districts add to the overwhelming for $200. crats. When it is remembered that with only one man on tho republican dftfont of the republicans. Tho demo -- 30 good feeding cattle, 1,100 pounds three republican Senators voted with side Reed, of Maine. He was elected, Briscoe, cratic majority in the next House will be average, for sale. McKoborts the democrats against the McKinley bill it will be remembered, by 4,000 majorif the enure equal to almost will Shelby City. it begins to look like the democrats ty, but if he is given a doso of his own will be without a and IS Status head oi leouurs, of Fon Sai.e-- 23 Boon have not only both branches medicine, as he should be, even ho will single republican representative. Sever- weight 1,100 and 80 long yearlings. J.j too. Congress, but the presidency not appear on tho republican bide. A inal heretofore Btrong republican State?, 15. G. Gover, Stanford, Ky. I have opened on Lancaster street in the old Davicts property a full democrat with over 13,000 majority was cluding Nebraska and Now Hampshire F. and is a very dead cock in McKinley, who i. n SuiididL'o has rented the old line of brand new one of Reed's turned out to give place to withthe pit, has had himself interviewed to henchmen. Reed, himself, might now and Rhode Island, aro loft entirely Stagg farm in Lincoln county, owned by year i say that he is satisfied with tho result, with a great deal of propriety be made out republican representation, and there Mrs. Nancy Jenkins, lor no GROCERIES AND are hut three republicans elected from $750. Advocate. we opino that his satisfaction is very but walk the plank with his majority to much lUe the Irishman expressed it the South. -- Col. Jack Chinn eold PJ mm iox Glassware and Confections nnd invite the public to call and inspect less. wife was resigned to a republican elected to l.mindK this week to Col. Tob Broderick, There is not when asked if his my stock. IWy motto i.s "yowl goods for the least money." Delailp.ith: "Win, dom it, moil, she had to The democrats in Congress will not Congress in Alabama, Arkansas, Mary- of Chicago, at from $20 to $50 each. I buylor fftaa and tell for be." Tho Ohio man further professes to have to rely on the Solid South for votes ware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, rnoocy Harrodhburg Saying. ch. thtu rnaMinc m to ar Ikempimhatcr plae Atling a ilute .1 lac paiblK iMlrawga anl pruwUiuf fair decline '" " vuurt In bought Hanover at that his bill will eventually win m th(J npst gMgon Without takun: m- - land, Mississippi, Missouri.Montana, Nebelieve O'Keillov, who V. RA.MSKV, St., mid that the. Force bill will be put tiirougn to COIlgi,lerntjon tne 1 C mniiiluira frmn braska, New Hampshire, Tennetsee, the Dwver sale for $15,000 sold the horso Young McKinley is sore and ., Soutl tip democrats will have a ma- - Texas, Yiiginia or West Virginia, and by this Congress. Young for $20,000. Mr. Connecticut, to Milt It ! -- n i in. apt iio b.ij iui) .I.;..,,.. .. - 'iiMn" nature I.jority of 20 to CO in that body, counting onlyoneeach in Colorado, will place him in ids stud. Caroplace, has purfor a man who has been knocked down, only the members from the North and Ida'do, Minnesota, Nevada, North -J- oseph Cotley, of this -Hspat upon to appreciate West. TheSolid Jwirth vies with tho lina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Caro- chased of Giles Saunders, of Garrard, the fitamnedand and Wyofor that silence is golden, but McKinley will Soli(1 goua in the common effort to lina, Washington, Wisconsin old Lucas proierty on Main Street a B t r "ifiCN V &LMi tl to his stnses in due time, republican party from the face ming. The greatest gains of democratic $1,050 and will occupy it. Danville Adsweep the cotno 11 irJ. rlO ) 1 i.. shown in New York S, vocate. congressmen are I v'A u of the carth. rfi. T ViiQyi) Tin: beautiful little city of Owensboro iST Wisconsin , Kansas 5, Illinois 7, Ohio fl, and Harvey Cobb -J- ohn has just suil'ered a terrible fire. BreakElias Wkiiii, tho counterfeiter, who Pennsylvania 5, Massachusetts 5, Minneweek in tho southern part of Rudd House, one of tho was captured near Shelby City, was fin- sota 4 and so on. There are but repub- bought last ing out in the for I3 Receiving His the State 7 jennets and . jack colts completest and best little hotels any- ed $10 in the U. S. court at Louisville licans elected in the Solid South. of $15,400, an average of where, it spread till nearly the whole and sentenced to seven years at hard laRegister. NEWS C3NDENSE0 the newest and best blocks 'in the city bor in the penitentiary. The old man -- G. A. Doiioney bought 21 head of 15 Messenger was laid in ashes. The cried and begged for mercy, but the business por- hand cotton mules in Adair county at Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Forty buildings in tho Give him a call. with its splendid outfit was consum- court was inexorable. The court also tion of Truckee, Cal., were burned Fri- hay 03. Corn is selling at $2.25. baled ed. The total loss is estimated at $200,-00- passed sentence on lflO other prisoners ' 100 and shelled oats at 'Hon. M. C. Alford is going to build at $1 per Times. but partially covered by insurance. convicted at the present term for A number of persons were, hurt, but beand various other oflenses. a $25,000 hotel nt 22d street and Cumber.GO TO. All perKms having grain sacks none fatally. The newspaper fraternity Middlesboro. land Avenue, tho "New Stanford Roller longing to Friends of Kmmett Logan, and their athize with Troy Woodson Chicago packers havo raised tho trouble by returning helping hand if necessary. name is legion, will learn with pleasure price of their canned meats a quarter of a Mills" will save and extend a 30 days. J. K. Van- shat his first born, who was threatened cent a pound to cover additional cost of them in tho next May he soon bo on his feet again. Arsdale, Sec. witli mnmlirnneoiis. croun. has. hv a sci- .,... ...w . - . "... of cans under the McKinley bill. Ii.l Jones sold his two candidates for speaker ot eiujnc 0peratiou performed by Dr. Democratic "3XODISI, Charles Clifford, a New York drum- cattle in Now York at 5 cents, which rjheathain, been placed out of anger the next House, are getting as thick and killed D. A. Groover, a pmd him verv well for taking them Wilson, of For a )on, timo tno jut0 8uirerer had mer, shot leaves in Vallomhrcsia. wealthy cattle dealer at Kansas City, of Missouri; Mills to breath through n tube as the there. They weighed on arrival i.o.si chan "West Virginia; Hatch, when he found him in his wife's room. pounds average. of Indiana; Crisp nrwt , ...as nearlventirelvstonned up. nf Txas: Bvniim. Seven desperate criminals confined ' There was very little business done of Georgia, and McMillin.of TenBlount, in has issued his in the jail at Kansaa City, succeeded so line yesterday and about all Phemdext Hakiuson uessee; Lockwood, of Now York, and guard sense- in the cattle making any Thanksgiving proclamation fixing Thurs-- i escaping by knocking the offered publicly were a few that was on Gov. McCreary is not less and securing his keys. Five wero yearling heifers that brought about 2 ct. in tho matter, but if ho decides to day, tho 27th, as tho day for giving recaptured. sold .. !,.. riiicr. ln.ts mav bo made that ho thanks to the Giver of all perfect gifts and a couple of vokes of oxen that ? viivvi Win. W. Cottrell, bettor grand-soof his puts for $5rt and $S0. will occupy in tho 5M Congress, tno The of Key W est, -- II. C. Newell sold his farm of 170 on a bIiow of pious thankfulness, but it known as tho "Terror Reed disgraced in the 51st. chair that by Chief of Police GO TO- is easy to read between the lines that lie was shot and killed tho Pisgah neighborhood to T. Cottrell had acres in disrealizes that ho and his party havo pre- Geerald, at Montgomery. for 5,100 cash, iate Tho vinegary visage of Ingalls will C. Rankin been arretted for drunkenness anu appear from tho Senato after his present cious little to bo thankful for. bought 13 big mules in Wayne at Hiri'flttned Geerald's life. nun 4, ISM. Tho demterm of office, March 5125, n lot of feeding cattle at z to New York will bo able toelect a demmen havo elected a ELECTION ECHOES. of hogs at ocrat and nllianco a FOK- ocrat to the United States Senate; but, legislature in Kansas and the little fire, The democrats were cheated out of tho alas! as her own Senato is still republientries aro H. T. and R. R. Noel sold to A. K. eater will not bo in it, when democratic-allian- ce two senators from Montana, but a demo Stoves, Stoves, can, she cannot yet reform tho horrible cattle, 815 pounds, at for his successor. A made in Congress. districts un- Walker 10 yearling Stove crat will represent her gerrymander of legislative inan will represent tho State 3 cts. A. R. Denny sold to Goldsmith Every democratic member of the der which she has so long suflered. a plurality of 15, 1,211 av211 at4 to 4J; Mr. West sold Also full line of Hardware. We make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole that gave Harrison present House of Representatives, who Senator Harris, of Tennessee, thinks erage, at 3.40. Iarge numbers of turagents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. was a candidate, has been that tho result of Tuesday's elections keys are being fiignced at 5 J cents. Mrs. Wc also handle a full line of Queensware and Groceries and guarantee crawled out of the with onlv one exception. will intensify the republicans and make Senator Quay has sold 40 at that price. PonnsyU our pr'ccs to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best The third time proved the charm for them more determined than over to force A. C. Robinson debris made by the cyclone in Record. r i.i the world. struck for Florida. A report-n- "W. E. Russell, the democrat elected gov- the passage of the Force bill. It may, Uincaster vania nnd Saffell & Johnson havo bought 101 to interview him on tho result, ernor of Massachusetts. Ho is only 33 however, result in their abandonment of tried steers, weighing 1,001 pounds, in ChicaYou feel tired Do you know . . . .:,.,! romnrked. "IlllS IS 110 years of ago. His majority is more than tho bill. " UUV I1U imnj"j what it means? go at 2.05. These aro all dehorned and You aro ner. wood and say 10.000. :. fnr tidkine:. Saw Just before his death in the Ohio aro said to he vous "Why? You cough in tho Tho verdict .1,0 host nlan." county only gave Wilson :kS5 penitentiary, for tho murder of Maj. cattle in this condition Whitley ..i.:.. with morning Do you realizo tho cause? seems to bo majority. Finley enrried it two yenrs Jones, of Cincinnati, tho Richmond, Ky., much better feeders than those of the people of his State is likely that in a short timo Your npputite is poor Whatmakea a thief and a Judas Iscanot neo bv 1.302. Wilson's majority is less negro, Charley Blythe, confessed that ho horns. It that Quay is beforo going it so? .You Beem liko a changed although the republican inn murdered John Hume, whoso body was all cattle will bo gover- than 2,000, 11th is 11.000. News. ' official majority for to slop. Anderson iwrson to your friends Do you rATTisoN'rt at Richmond, loritvin the found in the republican know what is tho matter, or lias O. Dewees, an old and experienced nor of Pennsylvania over the Tho TeuncHseo legislature is so over several years ago, aud whoso death had democrats tho change been so gradual it has farmer of Carroll county, says: If farmndldateial7,25S and the democratic that the republi alwavs been a mystery. whelmingly escaped your notice? always keep charcoal, wood ashin the State. "As cans can not bo represented on all the ers will gain four Congressmen A Mrs. Evans, of Philadelphia, who Tuesday," said and salt in plentiful quantigoea Pennsylvania next You havo Consumption committees without doubling up. Buch died recently, left a fortune to an adopt- es, Biilphur hog pens, or whero their tho election, Blaine in a speech before anan's majority for governor is over whoso whereabouts was un- ties in their freo access to it, they will ed daughter "Wo do not say this to friuhten ft years hence, hogs can havo "60 goes the Union two longest-headeknown to the custodians of tho estate. troubled with hog cholera. Mr. you, but it is true. Theso nro tho suro symptoms of this terriblo discaso, There andBlaaoisoneof the Tho democratic majority on the State Detectives found the woman tho wife of never be Is ono thing which will check it and that is Dewees practiced this in times when h g greatest statesmen that this ago has ticket in Indiana is more than lS.OOOand Asa Barr, at Kansas City, and it has and was raging in this section, nnd, produced. both branches of tho Legislature aro demthat Mrs. Barr and her husband cholera hiB neighbors lost hogs by the although It U recommended by tho bot phyilclans In Knropo and America. secretary ocratic, the majority on joint ballot be- aro brother and bister, deserted when escaped sound and 15 rent, BO ecnta and It. OO par llatlle. Maj "Hiram Bassett, grand - parents in Castle hundreds, his hogs Yoorhees will there- mere children by thenW, H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway, New York. died at Millersburg from ing 09, Senator well. of the fore succeed himself. Garden. a paralytic stroke. Semi-Weekly Journal Whkn tho 51st Congress met tho re- Impossible of Duplieation. Lueky Chances Come to All. F. WALTON. n disn-gar- d Such aro tho bargains and inducements for this week's groat sale. More than ordinary values in every department. We'll prefaro Jf yon have moneythis spend in our Men'sspend it Department.malte things Clothing hum bow-wow- s, "JET 1c. &, fcp23 don't llli - "WW 1cm. vrices. said. it the other fellows make wry faces at our low busi?iess will business just the same and. .. in a "t Manager. '..11'. ues-da- y. i,i.n jvi Flannels, .Blankets, Dry Our slock of JJrcss hisv'icinihi. Jluts, Laps, Jrunlis ana Carpets is Underwear, Boots, astonish everybody. complete and price as possible on the handsome gel yourself as ma cluin Don't for 1'lush PaHoiSet given away during Christmas at THE - LOUISVILLE , STORE POSTED. poor-hous- e. FiSJ&M FOR SAIJS . 1 d I i . ) I , one-hal- mom-bershi- t -t- NewStore.RSewCoodSi HARDWARE, QUEBNSWARE, !),-0- 00 1 1 J. Lancaster Stanford. i. .4G.RUPLEY,-T ; 'a 1 ?&'! .. i$m wmr m 1 $100.-Rich- mond FALL AND WINTER GOODS. of-li- 0, $75.-Gla- sgow moon-shinin- g AQ - r car-load- s AoWAllEM GROCERY" Glasses, Sealing Wax, Me. -- ' For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly n grand-dadd- y Ex-May- v,ai-ro- n --j HIGGINS & M'KINNEY'S Cooking hods, Fire Sets, car-loa- d 3J.-Son- iersct lie-port- Ilea ting Boards. Goal?'Vases, Coal 79,-10- 0. "0 WHAT s turn-tabl- e YOU .A.LS rzi 40,-00- 0. vynuit if mi a IUUm 1 d DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. Ma), s .M, MM rfi;r"ifinrTMnfi"TrtT" ---- ; J Fiinsii fruitfl nbd candies just received Lewis D. Sampson lias bought the nt It. Zimincr's. Barbourville News. Capt. Wm, Dickerson, a Call nt .1. IJ. Foster's and see tho best Nkw Uooih nnil low prices for cash. lawyer of Glasgow, who belonged to tho feed cutter on the market. Stanford, Ivy. NOVKMI'RR 11.1600 A. 0. Mnrtin, May wood. famous Orphan Brigade, is dead. Mr. Itichard Knott, tho head of the Don't forgot that J. II. Hlgginn pays in tiny htylo nml for OvsTcnswrvi'il tho highest cash market price for bides large Ith street, Louisville, linn, is dead. pale by the quantity at I(. Zinimer'g. tco.WAi.TON, dub, nml furs. Kentucky has lo,!)09 pensioners, of T. kb your eirgs to Joe S. Jones' nml whom Jefleraon county hns 1,.WJ nnd Wi: have rented the property known MCAHS BUSINESS. get 20 cts. Opposite I'ortman House. Pulaski :;si. as the Commercial Hotel for tho year " Charles Itoberts. formerly vour aecounth. I mean you. A. Coal-hodshovels, tongs, kitchen 1SDI and have two good suites of rooms ? II. IViiny. to Kentucky journalism, is dead puts at A. A. W linen's Model Giocury. for rent. These rooms nro comfortable Watches nml jewelry repaired and at Nashville. and well suited for small families. M, for warrnntcd. A. It. I'diny. Iloo-n- o The town of Winslow, Ind., containbottoms, meat Hinders and F. Klkin it Co. TiiKbcst place to buy drugs, patent outturn and lard cans at digging Si ing about 100 inhabitants, was entirely Cantor! cures Colic, Oorwtlpatlon, "CaMorln la so well adapted tocLIMrcn that medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. " Eructation, Rour Stomach, DLirrhn-aTin: Presbyterians are evidently look destroyed by fire Friday night. I recommend It as superior to any prescription Penny's. and promotes dl- Kill Worms, gtvta II. A. ARTIIER. 31. II.. The Wells Klovator nt Buffalo, cor. tnmrnlnlnn" Uuy your nohool books, ink, tablets, ing for the marriage of another of their .il.n I YIUlout Injurious medication. hunting and oook stoves, (lock. 111 So. OxXorU St, IJrooUyn, N, Y, Full line of paper, pencils and school supplies of nil They preserved the arches, ever- taining IWO.OOO bushels of corn nnd other vases, coal hods, all at bottom prices, nt kinds from A. It. I'vnnv. Tua Cixtach Company, 77 Murraj- Street, .N. Y. grain, burned to the ground; loss greens mid wedding hell frame used at J. It. Foster's. wedding and a good the PFfSONA1. POINTS. Col. T. II. Price win shot anil killed Ai.iiKirr Hkaou, a worthy colored man, sister wai heard te remark: "We'll have Mhh. M. Samnuuk is visiting relatives nnd Miss Mnry Kmbry, wero married a to decorate the church again before the by Judge J. P. Higgins, at Sedalia, Mo., in Louisville. holidays, ho will keep these (meaning when ho slapped him in the face for callfew nights ago. Dhi.AMiY, of Crab Orcbaid, htw Wi. the arches, Ac.) for future service." ing him n liar. Wi: hnvi! tho most complete line of There's a good deal of speculation as to Tom Sullivan, whose father nnd been granted a pension. liniTOu K. H. Smith, of the Mt. Vernon mils', ladles and misses' umlorwotir of who will be the next lucky couple to brother are in the penitentiaiy, was arany bongo In tho city, all nt old prices. mnrrr in that church. Signal, was bore yesterday. rested in Lexington for counterfeiting. of May wood, Severance it Son. MiNi Mvc.oik Titkkii. This is an object lesson in heredity that jbxv oar Tub trial of tho damage suit of Henry should not be overlooked. tar ban been tho guest uf thu Misses Mono-feMu. C. Saunukii, iHther of our towns A. Pleasants vs. Dr. Steele D.iiley for A Imisville woman shot a little boy man, Mr. Max Salinger, died at his homo Ji'ihikM. 0. S.un.uv and It. 0. War-ru- n in Chicago Init week of a complication of malpractice ended Saturday afternoon in fatally when he got over into her yard to a hung jury, after a tustlc and get a marble that had gone through aiu attending thu Wayne circuit diseases. He was in his Rid jear. the a great deal ol oratory. The jury stood fence. She says she court. didn't go to do it, Mit. JokS. Cikimuh, of Mlnabothtown, Vkiiv little wus done in tho county 10 to 1 in favor of tho doctor, whose but only wished toecaro the little fellow. a few days with Ids mother and court yesterday but routine liusinets. friends were confident that he would be John W. Norton, the theatrical manspent ager, whose wife ran oil" with a newspafamily, The following were appointed supervis- exonerated. Court dually adjourned Saturday af- per reporter, Is shortly to marry Miss Mas. J. II. Vasiiook hiuI the bady re- ors for the yean J. M. Cook, J. W. GivAnd Full of the Best Goods on tho Market. We are still Sole ternoon, after a busy session, in which, Georgia Davids, tho stage-struturned with the old man to Hrodhoad en. John Bright, J. K. Carson and M. young however, not n great deal was done, con- lady, who graduated from the glove Agents for the Celebrated . yet torduy. S. lltutiu. sidering that three important coses had counter of the New York Store lnm gone to Kancui City Al.i.K.s Ixian nt LouisTiik election returns from this county hung Juries. Only one man was sent to ville. to take n position in bis uncle K. given in our lset were practically correct. the penitentiary, Hill Teeters, for shoot-iubank. The Committee of the Whole voted Tho oilirlal couit made McCrvary's vote Marshal Newlaud, and he plead to remove the disability of Mini Jknmx Kkii, of tlit West Also a Large Assortment of guilty. The injunction gotten out by members and the committee on legisla lelt ye.sterday for liongvluw, A In., to visit 713 ami Gilliam's lCU, a majority for of 01 1. The returning board on- tho Danville A Crab Orchard turnpike tive her brother, Juno. department has decided to report in ly found thiuo errors. MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S against the Stanford A Iognns Creek cut. favor of reducing the membership of , M towns. H. W. Frank the oil' was dissolved, but an appeal to the General Assemble to flfl ami Will Ullanl, of Danville, rnr.i.ntutirnu In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard Caliwum is the only Suite in which Court of Appenls was taken, though it is spent Sunday here. the republicans increased their oongruss-loof- tl not likely that it will be prosecuted. A and 25 senators. Mas. W. M. IJo.uc. of Ctarkvlllr, Mrs. Angelina K. Conrad, of Brook Screwed. No wonder Joe representation. Ti'iin., jmMed through Friday to visit her I'leAMnls tied from there and that Tom compromise is on foot which will insure villi-- , Bracken county, who went to the early building of the road and satisparent at Jjincrtbter. to purchase counterfeit money, Walton thinks the Suite is not what it fy everybody. A special term of the Mk. It. Conn, Jr., of ltoyle, jwixed has been cracked up to was arrested in compnny with Walter Hand-TurneGoodyear Welts, in faoi almost everything needed in court was fixed for January 17, 1S01. throiign yrbtenky to visit Imr siste., Willard, a notorious swindler. She obOch readets will not bo slow to Mm. W. J. Oullitw; of Ilirhiiiuiul. confessed the object of her trip to the po- the Boot and Shoe line. CHURCH AFFAIRS." serve the cut Mr. A. It. Penny has made Mknaim. J. S. IlottiKR nml J. W. Ihiy-tUlice and agreed to appear against Wilon in watches, clocks and jewelry. Head Thtusdiiy night at tiie Methodist kin!. went up to MUhltohboro l workers of '..i.Mu.bri for the Cumberland Valley wliHt he saya on the first paua and cm- - church the Die Masons of Chicago have begun Jjui.1 Co. brnctf the opportunity to supply yottrself Lincoln county will bo addressed by I the erection of an building which a c J X MKNEKEE. sim: h. Hosw ell. Mate Suiiilay-schoo- l Mb. ami Miw. J. I. Okay, of Somer-H't- , with goods at cost for eash. visitor. is to have a" flower gaideu on the ruof Jtev. J. M. Snlleo who martied a r from which nn oickeetra ar bru visiting (rtainU. Tboro bio will discourse HoB.v, to the wife of V. A. Iterkele, on of Mrs. S. (J. Hocker, and who has muie in' uinnier. The view from this iiiatMul of two, whrn K'eu of them now the 3th inst., a dauglitei tho firs' grand- been pastor of the llnptisl church at they lelt here a few years go. point will be the finest in Chicago. The child of our townsman, Mr. W. H. Wher-til- Itnrdstown for several years, has acceptfaces of the wall are to bo of brown stone Cut. IiuiY KuurR,of tho K. C, Is The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. who is exceedingly proud of the little ed a call to Henderson. went tin- right kind of a dmiiocnit. H ami teria-cottijincahter Itoconl. 'Hie mothatraiiger. Bishop McClosky has promulgated SASH, nl! tin way to his home Mt IndinaKlis At the banquet to be given at Coler was tho handsome Miss Kate Wher-rit- an order warning Catholics ngainst joinumbus, O., on the Kith, in honor of Alto kill l'rosidunt Harrison's voto. DOORS, ing any secret order, especially the Ma- len G. Thurmau, John G. Carlisle will I it uii.i It. Hull, liwj., writes that be BLENDS, SIDING, nn family arrived saioly at Aberdeen, Got Da maokt. While returning from sons, the hitler act alone carrying with it respond to the toast "The American Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Washington, but the whole of thorn were Minium about a year au", Mrs. W. M expulsion from the church. Statesman," W. C. P. Breckinridge to Khler J. S. Sweeney, of Paris, wns "Democracy in America" nnd Henry - taken down with the measles mmhi af McAfee, with her six weeks old child, WOVEN W!RE FENCE. ter. was so uufortii'iate a to have her train shot in the face by a careless hunter the Watterson to "The Democratic Press." rented a encounter a large freight wreck. Ti.e ,irbl uougm no Kentuckians, as usual, lead in the hon' A. Ciiaim'BU. has ""' """ ll We carry a full stock of everything found in a home from J. N. Menefco on Whitley IMwnuera wow comwlled. although would lose an eye, but ho will not. A ors. and will move to It. Ho romes rain was falling in torrent, to walk by nmumt of bird shot entered his face and avenue NEW AIlVKUTISr.MK.Vrs. to tow u so as to be convenient to doctors, the wreck, a distance of over a half mile, UO(v. Tho Lnwronceburg Xews says the his wife being in bad health. and there take a train which had backedj Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract FiMUMt Unit he was not improving in down. As Mrs. McAfee was one of the appellation of lleathentown is no longer SINK & MEXEFKE, Stanford, Ky. for buildin t health, Mr. T. It. Walton telegraphs us passengers she, of course, obeyed orders applicable to that place. Itev. 11. F. that hu bad left for Hot Springs by the and notwithstanding her condition, she Hnugerford has accej.ted the call to the P. W GREEN, Proprietor advice of friends, who are contldont from made the trip without or Haptist church and Itev. J. A. Wilson to oxerleni'o that ho can bo relieved ol shelter nnd carried lior b.iby also. She l' IVesbyterian church, I h.nc rrtcnlly taken charge of well Itev. B. F. Taylor's meeting at Salt Holi-- and intend Ufpintf it at thu prvtentknown cnliurh theic. itt was exhausted when she reached the hih tantlard.Spci.iitl attention given to the trai elmi; Mb. J. G. TiLLiAX, of Ilarrodsburg, train, but still no attention was paid her 1vwr church closed Wednesday with 10 nubile Watch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in came up on bis wheel Sunday, in .'! and she had to climb in the best slit-- , uihlitions. Mr. Taylor left the fore part week for South Carrollton, Muhl-fro- m First-Clas- s SIT ir) m m v v r 1 hours. Ho is quite an expert, but found could. Mrs, McAfee suffered greatly enberg county, where ho will hold a tough work pulling agniiibt the wind. it the exnosure and tho severe strain In connection. ft Alto A Hli old friends here were miulity glad to and her husband brought Riiit iik'aiuxt meeting. Ilarrodtibur Democrat. . Mih. W. P. Tate and Mrs. J. J. Mc- - Pool and Billiard Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. see him. IM Krakrau and l'oter the road the Missouri Pacific for L M. K EI I), Clerk. Mr. I'ultiain. Ilobert have been appointed a commit-- , accompanied The trial was held at Wnrronburn, 'i tf I of the approaching rendition Mo., last week, and the jury, after a few lee tobohcitcoulribuiioiisforlheThauk-of Amor, tho Lexington '1'ransoript ays minuted in their room, found for Mr. e,iviuibox to bo sent to the Orphans Home at Ixmisvillo ami those who had compliment: .McAfee and ejivo her $S,f00. OR SALE. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) the following aereed to contribute, while Mrs. W. L. The Hi. ue anil Lot of 14 Acre on the Dnn-- . 'Miss Dollv Williams who plays the was on the committee, "will ille pike, one mile Irom Stanford, no- otnipietl ATsmntHi.K accident involving both the' Dawson mtompiiniments in Mich captivating Mr V Thurmonil. It i well imprieI, hai A BIG line unharil, giod .inlt'ii and water of Mrs. lr. I ce Ilitflmnii, L. k X. and Cincinnati Southern, occur- - please send in what they pledged, style is a sister M US. FA N X E t) V X X ' 7 tf Hev. L. 11. Salin is drawing tremon-iiil- . and it a little beauty of the red at Junction City at fttfO Friday morn-of this city, Tho Florida express coiiii! North dous crowds at the Baptist church. The Spanish type, whom to see and bear is OR wasHtaudinat the .1 unit ton with the building was packed to hear his three alone a htrong feature of the play." I.. k X- sermons on the Purposes of Baptism, tho There left mv panure on Monday night, Octosleeping car directly across the Just received. ber v7, a lare luy hone with neral nhiteipots w lien freight t nun 'Mi, CITY AND VICINITY. Capt. Pat Passover and the Attonement, subjects on hu khnuldcr. aiin'd hy a cllar Any informr-tutrack leading to Im recovery will be thankfully re- Macca-ron- i, I I B. Meals en- - on which having been bora nnd raised Hipgins & Mc-- D.iody conductor an ait"i Fiiuhii S T HARHIS. Stanford, Ky. gincer dashed into it, tearing it in two ho was able toshed a brighter light than Ox limey's. aid injuring seven persons within none his hearers had been accustomed to. beautiful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; GlassFrench Peas. FOR SALE OK RENT. FiiKsu pickles, prunes, raisin, citron of them fatally, however, though it is There was one addition Suuday night, nlmoxt a miracle that all were not killed, making two to date. There was Boine ware in new designs; Queensware and Tinware. Ac., at J. U. Foster's. According to the most reliable informa-- probability of the meeting closing last Call and see me. No charge for showing goods. ago Col. A. M. 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Co. Last Sun. lay n year tion, the C. S. train had been standing night, but if tho unanimous wish of the Swope's remains were laid away in Buf- across the track for'.T minutep, a crimi-- congregation is of W Part of consulted, it will con- - ij6Jv acre the estate theIt.northGivens, dee'd.Stan- ide of the Iront on falo Cemetery. nal infraction of the rules. The freight tinue indefinitely. ford and Knob I.tck turnpike, adjoining A K. f ' Denny. A larve part of this tract is excellent sa Foil Hknt, Two good front rooms on train wns n very heavy ono and had hemp land. 'Die ualance is in corn and grass. W ill Hubble sold to a .Missouri pnrty Si's, acreu in L'tan lie south of said Hike, ad small family, nt gained hucIi a momentum coming dow n second lloor, suitable for joining A. K. Denny and Capt. Hen I'owell, withtho grade beyond the Junction that the ' J1" for 3. lioth tracts arc well It. Alford. in 300 yards of first tract $7 per month. J. Dan Holinau sold to U. II. Bro- - watered and as a whole will make a good farm engineer claims he could not hold iti Liberal time Kivenon deterred payments. cattle at 'Jj. Wuaro well prepared to slaughter bogs thoiiirli he whistled loudly for brakes. uUKh 7 head of If not sold before January 1st, both tracts will be rented, separately if desired, for the )car tSyi, Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall 50 cts. a A. F. Moberly bought of J. M. January for tho public. Our charges are Ho also blew the warning for the C. S. co.5t Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, cattle at L'J cents. JAS. G. & W. P. GIVKNS, Executors. head delivered. M. - F. Klkin it Co, t.) get out of the way, but no attention HN Wanted ,0 barrels of old corn at the was pVul to him. Meals and his fireman Jewelry and Silverware. arOi'ii men's line shoes have nt last SJtunford Kollur lillsj. J. K. Van- bravely to their; N Comonnd tit yourself at once Fred Graves, stood rived. "-posts, aiinougn mo engine icu tnu tracK This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and i while tho Bizes are complete. Severance per. on our lands The Paris News reports the sale of others not to trespasswill be prosecuted without fulland plowed through the platform into to the mission, as all snJi Son. muIcb at il3J.50. U. It. Turner sold est extent of tne law. Signed: sleeping car was Railroad Tho the freight depot. Tho J- GAINT.S. Foil Hknt. The desirable residence reduced almost to splinters. The engine Klliston, of Garrard, '2 fine young II. W SAMrORD IRWIN, J. II. McKINNKY, JOHN O. LYNN, Mrs JOS. IIAI.LOU. on Main street now occupied by Mrs. was completely wrecked and four freight jacks for $I,''00. Mrs AI.ICK TL'CKER. o W. A HAMILTON. C BAM, c Sain Clements raised 700 heads of T!IO.REYNOLDS. ltettio McKiuney. Apply to J. J. Mo cars demolished. The wounded people I S i'HILLII' M C 3 Mrs ALICE J IlAflSHMAN. cabbage on J acre of ground and sold I L IlbCK. C r. Itoberts. are entirely from a distance, and Dr R. II COOPER, o V M.WAKE. Q. Mrs M A MARTIN. n daughter of Peyton, who was called to tho scene, them luesday for $1)5. Tho heads are tho V A COFFEY a .2 0 A Dkatii. KOIlUUT UAK.NETT J I URICE, S Q SatP savs none of them were fatally hurt. In largest we have ever seen. Some were o g & Mr. and Mrs. ltobert Nunnelley died near the size of a Lebanon urday night of brain fever and was bur- looking at the wreck it seems impossible n u n . that those in the car could have escaped Enterprise. ied in Uullalo Cemetery Sunday. Bx: with their lives. The accident is the re. & S s ADDITIONAL NEWS CONDENSED. freight sult of criminal carelessness somewhtro A mtAKBMAN named Klder, on of Friday and when it is located the man or men Lily 311 fell from a box car near Pat Malloy, n famous sou of Lexingg O c, jn' broke both of his legs. Ho claims causing it ought to bo tried for their ton, died at the Woodburn farm, near nnd and has been recklessness. The Cincinnati Enquirer, Lexington, of old age. Louisville na his homo 'dr lays all the blame on the L. & N. and Win, IJethea hung at Wrightsville, : taken there for treatment. s . , o says that tho crow of the freight was Cm., for murder, smoked a cigar uncoil-fanp o U. S O ;iuclully prcparca mm m I hvvk opened u complete lino of asleep. Tho excuso that the brakes cerncdlv till tho black cap was pulled 3 3 a. J3' groceries, fruits and confectioneries, wouldn't hold hi not a good one, as cy they over ins iucu. at the stand formerly occupied by The recent vote of MMdlesboro is J. S. WEIiL8, Ph. O. Proao. Oik. 3 ! loss fell. They reB.H. DANKS, Jowelor, Mr'p S. Myers and invite tho public to had held on steeper grades that night. larger than tho oflicial census reported! ami upnllca n move liBheallliy eewmMlsstlom from Both roads did all iu their power to alleor KrlplBsT my stock and get my population re- lb body, wUltoHt Mr. 1'orter. lne total call ami inspect Vrletj, injured and by ra- - viate tho sufferings of tho H. ported ofllcially Is 800 and 805 votes wero Adapted to yenHvaMd old. J.Umb(-et- , prices before purchasing. W. t pp. STANrORD, Ky left nothing undone to that end. cast November 4. BOLD EVIUl-WHESemi-Weekly InteriorJourna: wanted. Colley, Lancastor"M rect. HoAitDKitH Pay Mrs. Polly well-kno- wn Monncor lu m well-know- n s, IA vvvvvN'.vyNjv'sYnlAInfants and Children. . sk-ep- , W - SoOO,-00- 0. l'enny-Saiille- y I Ul 1 U n e. 'w ft Otir four-day- B ' Stock is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, ck t: ollico-holdin- g Mc-Cren- liAsn-ANU- y SHOES, ! New-Yor- HA1TD d, !. SS WED & MACEOT SEWED, STAGG & McROBERTS. -n Snly Siiudnv-M-hoo- y sis-to- t, Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, - UraREK, I Sn-ntitJ- . 'r Manufacturers of &SLAT FXKST C3C,iSS XUMBEH yHB. MYERS I KOXJS3S, ROBERT FENZEL. uttta , iLOGKS AHQ , ,'' i Sample Room parlors. mm iEWELRY. Van-Arsda- le $10,-000- dcr-erve- d FOR RENT ! - LINE OF I 1 . ' STRAYED STOLEN. CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS SA - n car-loa- d K Fresh California Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Yermacella, Tail Soup, 1 1 MARK HAHDXWT. r "-- DRUGS and JEWELRY IKAMQPBIIUN Eost 1 POSTED. i WATCH, Watch. 1J- - 4 two-year-ol- half-bushe- l. Titfs nils SAVES MONEY. I -- SRik 9 nPVLpBNEv T T 1 3 o Family Medicine, ne RE 4-- 1 2. W. B. McROBERTS, Couri-House, - iy. .. j ij'A'rfi :.-- ; ;v j '" ''' J ' . T . jrrw v gv Y"r "' -- ? fyiffcwpiiywiiMyi'"i iii' ';'; '" iniiVfVl,illr"i''Vfo1lft K.iW',HwWmuinwr,..lt.;l . i - - ....-- giiWw. 'iTVi' - ii-- A .i X',1 . ' V' - - ?gXSg l - fj Semi-Week- ly A InteriorJournal His Way ot Advertising. ; r 7" A Clear Case. ttrowliw tlm riirmttr'a Markst. Eminent lawyer "Gentleman of tho TW imnn tnnt tho AlcKlnley bill will have removed my office to my residence, oppo time," said tliu polite, smiling llliU1 v i 1 jury, arcording to all the testimony pre do our farmers by reason of tho increased site Female College, where will ho found at all of manufactured articles is by no times. HUGH REID. 94 r Rented, the ovUenee against my client is cast tho small valise in his hand. "A Published Every Tuesday and Friday A murder was means tho only evil it will inflict upon is a nuktneo. I know it as well as purely circumstantial. them. Tho greater evil will bo in the AT anybody. Hut there are various kinds committed, and tho autopsy showed the damage dono to tho farmers' foreign $V2 JPKll YHJA1MN ADVANCE of peddlers and all of us must live. It deceased had been hit by a club. A few market. isn't our fault that we aro hero. Those persons saw my client standing over the This restriction of our foreign market I am well prepared to bore wells nnd will do the "When not so pid $2.50 will be charged. of us that earn our living honestly have prostrate man. My client had a club in for farm products may not necessa- work in a j;ood manner and promptly At One Dollar a Foot. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. to share the odium that belongs to the his hand. The club was bloody, lie rily come in the form of direct retaliation. It will more certainly como as tho Call 011 or address me at Stantord, Kcntiuky. leaves Rowland at 700 a. m., returning culling. I'm not complaining of this, was seen to strike, or, I should say, gent Train I., r SMI 111 34 tl result gentlemen. It is part of the curse that ly tap the prostrate man a few times ing of tho struggle which wo aro forci s:jop. m upon Europe to find markets elsecame in the original package to Adam. with the aforesaid club; but, gentlemen where in which to L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. for where a counTwenty miles the Shortest to If there is any one of you that has a spot of the jury, remember the injustice try sells there it will also buy if it can. am of greaso on his coat, vest or pant- s- which has been done in tho sad, regretMail train going North... DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. ti 5a That such a restriction of otir foreign " 16pm " South Dealer I- nExpress train South 1150pm trousers," ho added, opening his valise ted, unrovoeahle mist and be cautious. Making direct conne turns market will take place is almost an Central Union de. . am North Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps 317 pot for of inuocent certainty. Already tho forces Hemember tho hundreds Local Freight North ..030 urn and taking out a wnali cake of soap and St. l.nuis, Chicago, Mivhigan Points, S33Pm sponge, "1 shall be happy to remove it men who would havo sull'ered unjustly have been bet 111 motion to accomplish South.. Hoots, Shoes, Clothing Hardware, Queens- Clvclaiid. Jluffalo, Delicti, The latter trains also carry passengers. Indianapolis ami the West. wuic, inwarc, r urnuurc ami a t that result. The London The above is calculated on standard time. Solar and without charging a cent and without if, at the last moment, some happy cir- of tho New York Times Canada, New England, writes to that Conoral Lino Crocorlos, time is about 10 minutes fatter asking anybody to buy my soap. It's cumstance had not thrown doubt on ISoston, Voile, Iaier about the effect of tho bill in Kaney Candies, Crois Ties, ,tc wav of advertising. My dear sir, al their guilt. Now, gentlemen, it is very Enrol. He wtys of the hill: Philadelphia, iiiv llaltlmore, All kinds of Produce taken In exihance for oods Washington, (Jiiukest time to llarrmUliurg, r'rankfori, Ky low me. There is a little spot on your evident to me that my client, in return PostolTkc, LiwntfMun, K. "For one thing, it has already nrndo it Riihmotid, VIRGINIA filiori'st and ing to his peaceful home from meeting certain that Europe will take no interest Quickest line 10 vest." :ti. He rubbed the spot with a piece of or something, just happened to see tho in the Chicago exhibition, and will pracsoap, deftly applied the sponge, made a deceased committing suicide by beating tically be unrepresented there. Even Snlid Prams, Itaggagi cars, smoking cars and more important is the impulse it has fROYALKtWl "J SALE AND FSSD STABLE, few passes over his coat with a piece of himself over tho liead with a club, and coaihes. Pullman llud"ir Sleepers through Bjsgn ..T7V 'Sll given hero to consolidate capital in an via Chattan.oga, liirinlntrham, Merld my benevolent client, true to instincts of cotton sheeting, and said: an inaktitg direct tnniio n n im loute dr Kno STAXKORD.KV. energetic effort to immediately push ville, Asheville, I.rnihburg and points in the "There, sir, that spot is gone. You humanity, rushed up, jerked the fatal railways throughout the Indian and M'KCIAI. AITKNllONto CUMMKKCIAL will never see it again. And probably club away, and playfully patted him Russian wheat belts, and thus render traveler Horses and mules bought and sold. you will never see me again, either, as I with it as an admonition that he should the Euroioajj market indejwndent of Only horsesand vehictos Hied in lltrv. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmlng American grain supplies." travel but once through a community. not try to commit suicide again." Ion, Charleston, Augusta, Mai on, Savannah, Let the fanners keep an eye on "Mo Verdict of Jury. Not guilty." w stores. I llrunswick, Lake City. hoiuasvllle and H.OIll-DMy goods will be found at the Kinleyism!" points. for granted no one wants to buy take it The only line runnlnir solid trains with choice Steel Car Wheels. MT. VERNON, KY. Pullman ftoodoir or Palace Mcnping Cars to Jacka cake of my soap. I w ish you good The following test of steel car wheels MIDDLESDOROUOH LAND SALE. sonville without change lor any class of passcn This old and Hetel'it still maintain gersor hagfage morning, gentlemen." made by the American Steel Car Wheel Tho Sclma and Montgomery, Huntsvllte. Decatur, Opportunity Ono ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeAfter the polite, smiling visitor had Co. took place recently at Florence, Memphis and A It KANSAS points cial attention to the traveling public. in the Faro for tho Hon ml Trip via Sisortmt and iut kei to Anniston Sclma, Mogone away, the gentleman whose gar. presence of several prominent railway M. I NKWCOMII, Prop., tho C , II. & D. mle. wucct cmiitei lions mane at rwi" UK-Mt Vernon, Ky, Mlddltlorotih, K) now has capKAN'S without omnibus transfer for tiftjveston ment had been operated upon had occa superintendents: A car wheel ital of i5 5er,.x with a , lare and nn investedpopu Houston, Austin, sion to consult his watch. and work lor thousands, lor the capitalist was placed on two solid iron blocks, rim latlonInvestor TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. and it offers unrivalled opportunities, It wasn't there. It had disappeared resting on each block. A weight of (icantic Improvements projected and under wav The only through line to .o kson and n ksburg, Highest of with the spot. Exchange. make it a A cream of tarter baking powder Miss ShrevepMrt I. a , main g .lirtt t oimei lions artt'an and falling at a height of 17 feet struck mechanic Mtsxa for the would rrspeitfully infirm my old Inends and without ominous transfer or Dallas F"M Worth, '1 he MiddlestwrouKh all in leavening strength. (J. S. Gosernment Re lwn Company make special indiiceiucnis to thoe purcliaini( anil rustnmers that I am again at wnrk at my pr Austin San Antonia, Kl Paso and points in port. Aug. 17, I33Q. the hub 23 times without any ell'ect ex- building. The K'eat Land Sale at Middleslio-roug- h Thought it Was Paradise. and would be pleased to receive an) work In ., and Nov responvj TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Where the road from Fairfax Semina- cept battering the metal. It was then generalwill in. cur the Cincinnati, in Hamilton A 10 the the way of demand DayC. ry crosses the Virginia Hills at Mt. Zion dropped 10 times on the rim without a ton It R. will sell on Nov ? and S tickets to Mid Watch, Clock or Jewelry RepairKor through rates torreit cminly maps and lull return at the round information sail on Agent at Jum Hon itr, Ky. fracture. Then a weight of 1,400 pounds dletbnrouKh and on the line one fare for pamphlets ing. trip at all points Kor rates, of Ken- - Baptist church the traveler is brought re for Auditor of the State or address Is a C rltASKW WOOIIKY, uckj.'iubja t to the will of the Democratic party-- face to face with Washington lying spread was tried, falling at a height of 17 feet, and full information apply to any agent of the C, mo repairing aemg Machines, (iuns, Pistols, Trav Pass Agt I ennlou. Kv. it Kii.,orn u .Milormuk, ticneral rVitcngcr C C. liARVK D O KDWARDS. l.otks, Ac All out on the farther bank of the Potomac struck the wheel 11 times, but failed to and ticket Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio (i P A T A., Vice Pri'Sioert. Cln. irnsti ) Dr. A. S. Work Nontly nnd Promptly Dono like a great picture. The other Sunday break it, showing it to be practically in The fur of seals is concealed by a coat And Warranted by a young man was driving with his best destructible. At another exhibit, in or- of SURGEON DENTIST. illffiU- stiff overhair, which must le laborider to to test the expansion and contracTHOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. she Office on Mam street, over V. B, McRobert' girl along that road and woman-likously removed before the skin is ready Drug Store, Stanford. Itqom up stairs. Odd rcllows' huiMing, cniranca had about as much idea of where Wash- tion of the metal, a wheel was buried in for Newport Nr.i.V Mississippi Valley Co, "K. D. ' 5I tf use. Seals from U to years old have neil door to po.t otliie Solid Vrstibuled Trains to ington was as a bird has of the location sand and a charcoal fire built around the R. C. .MORGAN, D. D. S. of the House restaurant in a dry spell. tread until it was brought to a white skins weighing from 5) to 12 pounds, Philndolphia UK WI1.1. SKNI1 and three of these skins are required for Baltlmoro, Now York, reaching the summit, where heat. Then it was taken out and expos Just before DENTIST. a lady's sacque. THE INTERIOR J0UENAL All points and Southeast he was going to spring tho panorama on ed to tho atmosphere, which had no efPortman House, Only une mglit out Irom Lesington, Office on Mam street, opposite IN ll.lll Will- ifect on it whatever. This demonstrates Bucklen's Arnica Salve up stain. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless his unsuspecting victim, he said to her: Carre, ted Time Card in r.Kc.1 fan it, extracting. The test salve in the world for cuts, bruises, "Now shut your eyes, ond when I tell that tho wheel is a BJifo one. These STANFORD. KENTUCKY. "Dally Fast.NfaTf Aciom ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, truer, chapDEMOREST MAGAZINE wheels are in extensive service. you to open them open them." ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin trui STATIONS. Daily Vcs Daily K ON k HiR Jj Kspress F.s. Sun.' Ei Sun tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay rcjuir She agreed and just as she reached the W. B. DR. Comitti.vo Interest. An exchange ed. It is guaranteed to perlect tatisfaclior, . it ji n'n j tj am i l.ve Stanford P WAl lnN ji n n Price t cents per bos. Mirlrd. Kt point of view he stopped his cart and gives tho following rule for computing or money refunded 8 10 ptH 11 40 am $ " I esington. PM Kor sale by A R. Penny, Staiitord, Ky. " Winchester. ...., 7 oo pm 11 4) pm o JO pn said: 40 interest which, it says, is so simple and " K. V. Junction. ;rt yrei! Tssrsersss "There, sweetheart, open your eyes. so true that every banker, broker mer" Mt Sterling. &W7: J pm: 7 40 pm jo JHO A Safe- Invostmont OSce'South side Main street, in office recently t a 19 pin " Morehead J I"", 9 S put vacated by.Dr. L. I'. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Is one whlsh Is guarautccd to bring you sans That's Washington." And ho bent over chant or clerk should paste it up for ref' Olive Hill J JI pm factory results, or in case of failure, a return of " Ashland a jo pm S 15 pm' and kissed her, lingeringly, as the even- erence. There being no such thing as a our purcnase price wn mis sain pian joucanj T U. F ATWOOD lTssi.,1 J.J.ALLEN " Catleltsburg J pm JO pm. buv from our adseitiscd drucritt a IxJIlleol llr evj.tOk'ltVltH.MtwilgailTi CWCaCO .b ing shadows touch the pink lips of the fraction in it; there " Huntington 11 tr pm o H pm. liaKing's New Discovery for Consumption. It Is is scarcely any Huntington. Lte & ATWOOD, It j am when roses. Charleston. bility to err or mistake. My no other guaranteed to tiring relief in every case clie.t, A lungs or any affeition ? f ATI CrP ilWY.J.1 Arr Clifton Forge. 7I 31l am "Oh, George," she murmured in a be- arithmetical process can tho desired in- ued forconsumption, of the throat, of the lungs aV. 1. intUminatiou such as IJ 11 J1 AC Lsmnburg 11 41 am R6&L ESTETE EGEKTS. wilderment of rapture, "is it, reajly? I bronchitis, asthma, whpmg cough croup, etc , "Charlottesville ,10 so ami Leaving both formation be obtained by so few figures. etc It is pleasant and aeitiuble to the taste, per. " Washington .. JS pm thought it was Paradise." always lie relied upon Irul City, Tenn. fctly safe and " llaltimorc Six per cent. Multiply any given bottles free at can R. Penny's drug- store. 'P A. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Philadelphia. 6 tj pm And George fell outof the car. Wash number of dollars by number of days of JAS. O. GIYENS. " New York WM.AYRES. o pm ington Star. " Richmond, Va. 9 Daily, Secures 13 Travelers, Happy Hoo'Blors 1 H interest desired, separate the right hand " Oldl'ointCAinbM W Tsmmnna. u.attnwtsr nl let Villi. tni!ljtll. & figure and divide by B0; tho result is tho writes' 'Klctric Hitters has done more for Norfolk...... U T M ACT D A D I V ROHTF T The luckiest woman in Kansas City is IU iUU 1 L j rains leasing I.esingtcM at 11 4a am and jo than all other medicines combined, for that had 1 Attorneys .at Law, buxom youug Widow Blossom, proprie- true interest on such sum for such num- fceling arising from kidney and liver trouble.'' pm Ker altemited between the great commercial ter fordally, escert Sundav cnnecl at Winchesof days at 0 per cert. John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same pla.e, Richmond, Ky and points on iht K C R n the Ohio River and Chicane-- and hence "Kind Electric Hitters to be the best kid- sayi327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. tress of the great Union Depot restau- ber Eight per cent Multiply nny given nv n.! I.v.r na.i.nn. mide me feel like a new the fastest time and most comfortable trains rant, who feeds 2,000 people daily at 50 Limited Vestibule F.s from NewVork.Phlladel tween all points in the South, or to the West and man-Shreve Building. J. V Gardner, hardware merchant, same Northwest. Kal, at on all cents a head for a good square meal, and amount by the number of days upon town, says: "hlectnc Ultters is lust tne tning lor trunk lines is The counterpart of this trainKspress. tthia, Wsuhingioriand mall pMntsStanford arrivesp m r Lestngtoii at 47 p daily 11 57 denominated is desired to ascertain the inter a man who is all run down and don't care wheth- The superb rolling stock we The Limited patrons Fast mall from Kicbmund, Va., and all points hotel across the wnieh it owns a three-storemploy gives er he lives or tiles : he found new strength, irood FRANK MAMMON. east, Huntington. W JAS. b. GIVENS new base on street where part of them may sleep if est, uud divide by 45, and the result will appetite and felt just like he had aPenny's drug Unlimited Comtort Monon and stick to Morion , II rives Lesington at ti 40 a. and ill local stations arnoon daily nscrpt SunSayMcnon.get life Only 3c a boitlc at A. R be tho interest required. Stanford 11 j p in you want to save money ana nave a pleasant jour- day so minded. The lamented Mr. Blossom store. GIVERS & REMEQR. An ommiMfatinnfr'im Olivellill and intermediate ney Ten per cent. Multiply tho .same in located in the Union Depot several years r or lull information, time cards, mans. folders, points, Richmond, Kv., and8 pointsa on the K. C REAL ESTATE, l(y arrives at I.esiKton m, daily, cl1'rult Scarce. 10, eU, can on or aauress ago and had some little trouble in mak above and divide by 'M, and the result ient Similar Msnf rj v P m W I. CKl'Sll.T P A .Iouisville, Ky. Housekeepers aro put to their witV lie urett. kels real real via N. N A M - JAS IIAKKfk (. V A , I hi. a.o. II! iug both ends meet. Expenses were will show the interest at 10 per cent- Ry I. D ends this autumn for winter supplies in Or W. II. M KOllbR T. Agi , Stanford s I II MORSr.U P A, Cincinnati, O, high, and for a time it looked as though tho way of relishes and preserves. All Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought The Time to Maury. A good story fruit is so carco and so high or sold on Commission. Correspondence he would have to abandon the enterthat such r solicited table goodies havo become this year posi prise to some one with more capital. He reaches us from the somewhat held on, however, and after the tide way region of Petaluna. Early last tivo luxuries. In this regard a Brooklyn inwoman turned made money rapidly. Then the W ;ek all was going merrily at a very TEE COmiEKCLEL EQTEL poor man died, but his handsome widow teresting wedding in the town, until tho to make was overheard tho.'isother morning a remark nearly unique in its "JUtriC CJKVHH JtOUUMG." bride croom was called upen to produce way as tho fatuous ono of Mario AntoinJ. B. OWENS, Manager, ThoShortootnndQulokoHt Koute from curries on business at tho same old ette anent tho starving Parisian jwpu-lacCONSUMPTION Cuntritl Kentucky to nil polntn North, vain he felt Kentucky. stand and is yearly laying away a snug the wedding ring.for Inthe missing in his Her Brooklyn prototypo had inEitHt, West nnd South-WoaFnnt trille. trousers pocket SCROFUrVA sum, estimated all the way from $20,000 quired tho price of plums nt a grocer's Llnobotwoon Lexington nnd Clncln- I have taken charge ot this popular hotel Nothing could be found except a hole, nnd resentfully replied to tho high rate BRONCHITIS and intend to run it malir t. class manner in every to iUO.OOO. She could marry any day, EMULSION COUGHS respect. It is being papered and painted from bit, like most women with money, fears through which the ring had evidently hogavoher: "Why, 1 can preserve nothSCIIKDULKIN HFFF.CTMAY 11, t9o bedding is being renovated and top to bottom, ths iill'ect-eCOLDS ing this fall at such prices; my family everything done tu make it pleasant and to wed a fortune seeker. Chicago Her- fallen into tho high boot which is No 3. No. 4, No 6 CURES guests. The table shall neer be surpass. Wasting Diseases by young men of that country. What will havo to live on canned nnd dried l. Sun. ald. ed by hotelsin this section. J. B. OWENS. V Sun Daily was lie to do. "Take yourboot oil," said f ruits" wholly overlooking tho fact that 1 m Flosh P'oducor. I.ve Cincinnati ... 8 10 am 8 on p m JS pm A young couple entered tho Union de- the parson. Tho suspense and silence the French queen's "buns from tho pas- Wondorful 18 p m Covington.... 8 p try cook's" were scarcely more accessible jrnny Jinvo piincJ ono pound I.ve Falmoulh...... 8 44 am v 09 p m 4J 08 p ra a in' pot and bought tickets for Troy. There were painful. I.ve 9 m 17 Tho organist at the HOUSE, la a m'to aj p m 5 40 p m than her alternative will bo during tho per day by its uso. Arr Pans train ready, but she per- priest's bidding struck up a "voluntawas a p m l.lvington. jo p coming season. New York Times. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Scott's Kmulhion is not n Bccrot Arr Paris ... u 00 a m to j5 p tn 5 45 P to ao sistently refused to board it. in I.ve ry." The young man, sitting on the Blimulnt-in- p o so p m rometly. It contains tho Arr Winchester,. j 05 p m removed his boot, the ring was p ml London, - -- - Kentucky. "Why don't you come, Maud?" he p m 7 jo Richmond.... 40 .Miles' Nurse iintl User I'llls. jiroporties of tlio Ifypophoa- - Arr Lancaster. Arr 15 P m w iry 'I'lvv net on Iho fopnd also a hole in the stocking, which I have moved to my new Hotel and am better lisped. An Imparl in' s to P ni hitea and pnro Norwoginu Cod Arr Stanford ilinuigh lio un.J iiw.-prepared thau ever to accommodate the public "Oh, Chawley, I don't want to go up led the worthy divine to remark: "Young liver, slum irll In They pe lily euro 'nerves. $S p in Richmond ... A now princi' Good Livery attached and every convenience biliousivor Oil, tlio potoney of lioth I.ve llerea. J J p Arr p Ins nnd constipj ncss, liuil as1", torpid Give me a call. this side," she gushed in reply. oa man, it is time you were married." Pall tlnli. usod Arr l.lvington . 5 30 p in m '11 nun being largely increased. It is wnun-i- i ami cln (Iron FRANK RILEY. 77 "But, Maud, we'll get to Troy just tho Mull Gazette. - t, .11 5 icats Sm.illeic. up io,i till over tho world. by rhyme-innSamples iruu ;ii A U !' u No, j. ManiurJ. No. 1. same." o.3. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., An Important .Mutter. From an article in tho Louisville PALATABLE AS MILK. "Yes, Chawley, but we won't go Unit tlio aalos of Dr.icsNis oioryivlieri-.renor- l l.ve Livingston... S 00 a in Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, through the tuunel. I want to go Times, we note that the prisoners in the tho Iteolurntisi Sohl bf all J)ni(iylstti. a norv foml tind 10 15 a in I.ve llerea. penitentiaries of Frankfort and Jefl'er liiPillcnii art" iist'iiiisliing. excuviling any 1I11111; COTT A.DOWNE, Chomlsts.N.Y. Arr Richmond... 'JJL5 Jn through the tunnel." TANFORD, KY. thoy rvor hud, while ves universal intMuc I.ve Stanford 7 00 a in mm in in 11 "What do you want to go through the Bonville are subjected to the "strap" and sexual debility. Imckneliv, poor MOopiOHsnoss Lve Lancaster 7 45 a ni Wells drilled to order and Pumps (urmshed at 10 03 a Arr Richmond. severe flogging for infraction of prison (Iiz.liioss, I'lr L. lu ton A, Co.. moiiiory. tit., i in Tioy, N V factory prices. tunnel for, Maud?" queried the dense i 3" Lve RKhmond. 10 p in 6 10 discipline. Men who aro sent up for Ambory k M irpliv. of lliii.o Cn'olt, Mich C young man. 7 00 p in ; s Arr Winchester & l'i, nl II. Woodivnilii. Uuyno, 1ml nnd .... ? 40 p in 7 Arr Paris minor offenses for short terms are fre- hundriili of nii.ois t im 1l1.1t ihey nevor linn "Oh! Chawley," was all she died ntiv inudlouio ulncli oold rnpully nr Lve Lcalugton 1 05 p m 7 00 a m! 3 45 pm quently subjected to tho whipping pro Charlie appeared to catch on, for sucli s.iilsfai'l.nii Triiil bnttlos nl tins 1 jo p in I.ve Paris 53 a 4 P m not pro nt iiii'ilicini' :i il IhxiI on Nurtoiit Diiensea, ra p in 9 13 a in 5 6 p nj l.ve Falmouth.. .. he blushed. They waited until the Belt cess. This beini the case would it hu Kiiur.iiilccs unj Iruo at A. It 1' nnj'v Covington. ... 5 40 P m 10 jj a in 0 30 p m Arr ArrtJincinnaii ... 5 50 P m I0 4S a in 6 38 p m line train went the other way. Albany bo more humane to Hog these offenders rccuiMiictuU 11. .Vm i where tho petty crimes are committed, l'jtlliiroH lu I.Jfc. rains ros. 11 anil 14 run bunilay only between Argus. Cincinnati und Lexiiigtnn, leaving Cincinnati at my wuy. In liuslnrs in and let them go to say nothing of the Peoplo fml In 8 u in , and arriving; at Lenliifloii at u m. I.se. Lexington ati40 p, in. and arrive at Cincinnati at liuilni. nnd inI The career of (ieorgo W. Peck has been heavy expense entailed in sending them morality, A In n'llg.ori.n l fi n tio:illh, weii! li V ii.'i,:.pi'f 3 JSP m. ilo.-in some respects a singular one. Mr, up to Frankfort? Flogging is not moio causo ol fnllur.' In l.f not , On the.Maysville llranch, No 9. leaves Paris at lnoporlj- - lit .h im.-.ilur ih Mir,rt Took became famous us the author of barbarious outside the prison walls. How circuinte 800, am and No. 11, at 545, p arrvng at of lirtf'illi. itV tint l nn, 1I1, etc is the the "Bad Boy" sketches and editor of can a true philanthropist hesitate in the noss, lipiiihii'lio, etc: In tlm oiuiuiiuh, nrin', Maysvilleat 10 jj, am, and 8 io, pro. No. 10 leaves Maysvtlle at 5,15 a in, arujjpg at pam at lialn. IndlHuil o 1, f.iint !,! i tts : In Hid lit or , 740, am No. i leaves Alaysvule at torpidity, etc I'.un In the lull fcldel Peck's Suu. His name was as familiar premises j Henderbon News. jo and arrives at Paris at 4 15, p m. These trains ara khjuuiur umi tliinmcii l raiivuil liv hunri strain daily escept Sunday. us that of Mark Twain or Bill Nye. It is Knrnll Hiuno mnliiiliai, l)r Mnos' Kow Cure for no. runs dally irom Lvxinirton to Cinrinnai, Tub V.w.i'u of a Potato. Did you tlm hf art and Itmsji is tho bust rumidy. Sold, extremely rare for a. professional humorr.o. 4j leaves Lciingtou 10 00 am; arrives Paris uiiurnnti'inl nnd rucuninipiidud by A. 1L I'onny of a single pota- Treatise free ij nm, except Sunday ist to turn to politics, and still rarer for ever calculate tho value No 8 leaves Cincinnati s 10 nm: arrives Ifalmo-iihim to achieve success in it. But Mr. to on the basis that that single tuber was M 7 iu)hij escepi ounuay. i ' No. Falmoutn 6ooam'imvii r:..,. Peck was triumphantly elected mayor of the only ono left in tho world V That j nati7 7li'avesexcept Sunday am; . ono would, of course, contain within 'olc -- No. t runs daily between Lextng - '- ,,t Tn.,-- -? Milwaukee and has been doing so well ton and Cincinnati. No runs daily betweeo that he is, to all indications, lifted to the itself tho possibility of restocking the When Baby was sick, wo gure her Castorla. ' Cincinnati ana L.ctiigton. m ii, rnm Havinir lemised mv Nos 1 and 6 make connection, .i vvin.i,..!.. world with a valuable article of food. I' When alio was a Child, oho cried for Castorla. mercial Hotil. am prbpared to ac ommodate la greater position of governor of Wis for points on the N. N. A M V. Ky they may dies as well as genilrncli In anytlun No doubt the republic ins of Wis- one potato would produce, when plant- When tlio tccmno Miss, filio clung to Castorla. by the Lexington I M PORTANT -- Trains ol this line now my line. (.lnli'reii nls'j waileu 111 tall wish arrive on me. at and depart from the Central Union Passenger IhSSr JHOMI'StiN. ed, but ten potatoes, in ten years the to- When the bad Chll Ireii, bho gavo them Castorla. consin think there is nothing at all funI11C "inmcrcial llmel. Station Cincinnati, making connections for all Mills Co., Lexing- ny points North. Last and West. tal product of that one potato would bo about Mr. Peck. Through tickets and baggage checked to an 10,000,000,000, which would stock tho sale by all ton, Ky. deslination reached by a railroad. ror mil parucuiars auuress any agent ol the Co. A mother always feels complimented whole world with seed. If the whole first-cla- ss Grocers. For LOSrorrAILlriO KAMJIOOHi 'or L, when you tell her how much alio looks world were reduced to one potato it W, Tyjiowriter copying ink may he made MUNSON.Trav Pass. Aet.. TlnM DLCl.lVYt lW Oensral and NEEV008 Kind, S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l Passer ARt", fail to use Cream like her daughter; hut the man who would be better that London or Chica- from anilino colorn tlissolveil in alcohol I till weakness or Body and of Errors or Excessaa in OM or You t. .?J U.K. HUNTINGTON, !! Kstiaii. k.bl DiSIIIHllir.'lr to please the daughter by telling go be blotted from tho earth than for nnd added to glycerine. l.nliui Dilute with BirMUttttaK,i'siiKTU4jrkiiiiiii.t,i8riKTxorruiir. good thinks you Manager. HOIK la d.i. her how much she looks like her mother that one tuber to bo lost. St. Louis water and apply to the ribbon. Castor Ib.ol.t.lr BarsllUfSUtss sailTIUITIIEM IISmVTrlll aUu. sa tsilll rraa SO lo.atrl.s. l.r.lfa GENERAL OFFICES; Cook. is a fool. Somerville Journal. and Boat, esplaasllaa sd fncta aislt4 (iasMirr. Dtscrlsll. oil may be used iusteadof glycerine. Chamber ol Commerce Uuildinu, itirasa MCOICA1. "I beg pardon for intruding upon your 1 BEMOVED! 1 1 ped-tile- WTEXX BORIJSTG. QBW 94im:smkio 111 M 4 k-1- ij.xai.iaiiijTonsr 1 1 . te corrt'.-monden- of New i. imici:, J Umi fust-cla- IWW (IDHILIKAK, e ifll ss NEWCOMB welt-krow- HOTEL. 1 A n Homo-Sookor- s' POWDER Bo-to- n, - I. Sj-lt- . ch Absolutely Pure mcn-ni- n o'Jo-pou- nd TO 1 home-seekim- ; THE PXJBI.XC. . .' s n 1 RICHARD WARREN PRICE, C . , o OLD KY. ROUTE 1 Washington, 18-- " PENNY, v-- Dentist. - j aMiimuij Isrf-!- -. 1 -. -- R " ALLEN VIMU li Johnson 1 ' AYRE3 GIYENS, 4 tw 111c ULUUJl ltL . . . - , b- " toi-y- 4 y - Plncville, Kentucky. loi-y- 1 out-of-the- - Ms? PI A TF mM 1 IS Kentucky Central R.R. Harrodsburg, e. SCOTT'S t. comfort-able'f- or d South-Hound- 0-- THE RILEY 4 Belt-lin- o 11 . alta- . 11 r-rails, 1 1 4 - 1 livi-r- . . s Norlh-Iloun- . 11 11 ' iii-i- i ui-ii- imimii-s- s 1 -- . ;&& . said-The- n PI id; ffl ptfer M HsBfrnwnrTi . . . 1 'rJH ---- AL iMfi . 111 4 1 111 111 11 . 1 o I The BEST FLOUR iip-i- s 111.1 : 111 ,, CREAM roiis-U(n- 1 1 FLOUR For want a happy t'4S'jf ri k2?JD 1 111 - I '''" on-sin. made Roller Don't Flour if M HGH m BKIB SKLY! Ito-publi- c. Bread CO.. BUFFALO. N. V. Cincinnati, O. i- j.i 3 ViSd&h3 sssfj ' sUliawavrsa.'Mj.aitu,.