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NO. 74 NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watehes, Cloeks iTIEl'WIEiljIEeSr Clocks at $2.50, worth 54. Watches worth MOO at bjovvorth S30 at $20, Clocks $3, worth S5; cvervthinii in my stock of Jewelry at cost for CASH only. Nickel, S20. Hampden Railway movement at $18.75. Seven Jewel movements, $5 to S6.25. hvcrything else in proporworth it u worth 315 at Sio. H. W. Raymond's movement?, Kilt, Si 7. 50; niave'thc largest stock ever brouRht to Stanford and have lately opened a larKe stock of new tjoous bought especially for the Holiday trade. Huy now while you have a large stock to select from. Come tion for cash. and examine my stock and prices but bring the money with you as the sale is POSITIVELY CuTI offcrinL' V-I- JET . C2C3HST OB prices; Look at the SILVZEZRW-RIE .. - h ,y ' rV LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. and sent to Middlesboro, where of victimizing some of our citizens. He CRAB ORCHARD. called first on Mr. Sam Hardin, at the a good profit is realized on it. Willie oodcock, now of Danville, House on I.anctcr street in Stanford, rontain- Having recelveJ a NEW and KLKOANT MNE - . A protracted meciinjt, to he conduet-e- n corner saloon, asking that gentleman inc three if has been spending a few days with his about too rooms and cellar in (joid cittern huldiiij of I' all and Winter Millinerv. and secured the yard. barrels of water services of Mrs. Edmiston, I invite the ladies of DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. hy Rev. J. U. Uviwjston, Hov. Jolm he would cash one of John Sam Owsley's J. II. HKJOINS, friend, Homer Datson. McKinney and vicinity to call at lower room of Ky. OliM.ilord, Veranda Hotel. -- There was a trouno hilled to play at .oiiK ami others, will bein at Mt. checks amounting to $20. Mr. Hardin Civmnasinm Tlm MRS. E.J. TANNER, of 8 m.ring completion. Thereof is on the Opera House all this week, but it McKiuney, Ky. vet Sunday. not knowing tho bearer of the check, OR SALE. - Horn, to the wife of Sam Ilolinuii, ciurse declined, making some pertinent nmj jt wjj H00 rt.t.eiVo tho finishing failed to put in its appearance, on the DanThe House hoy. Mother do- excuse. The fellow went out smiling, louc,t.H, on the nth, h Gen. Landram says that in the re- ville pike, onrand Lot of n$ Acres now occupied mile from Stanford, and its pup the but in the course of the morning, drop- ing well, babe thriving is The Kincaid house, on tho Perry- - cent political cyclone he has received by Mr F Thurmond. It and well improved, ha fine orchard, itood tfardpn water. firbid Icinfolkt and their folk's folks, my folks ped in at several stores, making it a vje pj bluest tint in town. MRS FANNIE DU.VN. and their folks, ns well as colored folks, to trespass was burntsome montlis, great comfort in the fact that the McKin-poiwiich 67tf or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my (arm J. II. Hutching will commence the to try to get the cheek caihed, at 0( j(J iJOjg n.,,iaci.j j,y a good frame ley bill has imposed no tarilf on butterwithout my permission, or they will be punished manufacture of "Old Rotirbon" aain wlii.-- attempts lie was tiiisuccchsitii, as dwelling, which will soon be finished. I mean the milk. Fruit Troos For Salo Cheap. tojau full extent ot the lawTHOMAS what I say. C. BALL. boss no body seemed to want his draft. He, nhout Dec. Int. Joe McClure, the L. A ndereon has purchased an John iUV8, lVarce and Arnold, of tho I have a nice lot of Apple Trees, Crape Vines charge of the sid he was a cattle buyer and made sov- - Njot10(ijMt 'HtllU'r,' will aain have cjmrci,t nro conducting a interest in K. W. Lillard's drugstore, and Raspberry Hants, of my own raising, for sule. proporotners works. e Apple I rees 15 cents each aim buvnt-s- in errfl inquirlefl about cuttle, but seemed to' lm,utjj, nt Junction City tliis week. The style of the firm is now 12. W. tion, as I wish to close out the beaux of onr pleasure-lovinP. L MMI'SON, soiiii) undeeideil as to what kind he wanted. Tlw.v tliink nf orMoiziiii?" a church at lard A Co. Lot on Main Street in Stanford Stanford, Ky m . ... mid belles enjoyed a quiet little dance n Mr. Wnrry Wnlliu informed him that that place. Lmon hanksgiving services will Containing t acres. t Col. J. C. Kind's new his brother, V. I). Wallin, had some few uiRhts K a Mrs. (ireen, wife of Kev. 12. M. be held at the Presbyterian church on easy- are now feeders to sell and the fellow saiil he Terms T. R. WALTON, Stanford house on which tho carpenters , Green, who has been sick for some time, the 27th, at which Key. Heddleston, of putting the llnishitiK touch. would go out there at once, but before is still in a vcrv serious condition. Sam Paint Lick church will deliv r the (lis We offer for sale privately our farm known as , the Gcorytj Anderson place, H mile from thrif leaving he asked Mr. Wulltn to draw a I John l.iechte, a Baughmaii is ill at his father's, in the course. on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acres, had his house burned on T0 check and make it payable to John country, of typhoid fever. Tho many friends of James Her- good duelling of 6 rooms and well watered. Call ty (jcrtnnn, ring are gratified to learn that he is re- on or auuress us ai uusionviuc. Tuesday afternoon while he and his Sam Owsley. He went then to Clover's JOHN I? I t C The Accident Insurance companies MARY ELLIS. lt brother were at work in a field neai livery stable and hired a horse, saying ho are doing a "land ofiico" business here covering from his recent illness. He is In the corporate limits of Rowland. t w.ts would be back some time that day. Mr. one of Garrard's best and most worthy by. Not so much iui a H J. DARST, Rowland. 85 of late. So many wrecks on the C. S. saved. Gover, who is something of a chnrnctur n,nr0rtli lt.Mi ou to think who boards citie,la H. II. DrouaiiKb bought this week of searcher, not only eyed the fellow up one The contested election case for po I offer for sale privatelv the Henry Hester farm LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. a tniiMt ..WjU t evur Kel jmi.k ujVo?" (iUHnd W. Mct'onnack 7 lice judge, which came up Tuesday, was of 60 acres of bottom land on Dix Kivcr; 31 acres side and down the other, but put several Marin Greenwood Comic Opera Tie sown in heat up and all neht balance in The undersigned will rent for the year 1891, ou slop cattle nt 'J 321 per cwt., of H. S. questions to him while at the stable, and Companv in the opera entitled "Uoccac- - continued for one month on account of The dwelling has 6 rooms; there is a new era. reasonable terms, her Farm ot 130 Acres, 14 miles barn, Rood well, tine orchard and fencing nearly new. Irom Milledgeville, Ky. The renter can have the H head Of .. kindle, of Middle Teiincfseo. the answers given to them not harmon- j j performed here Tuesday the sickness of J. H. Brown, one of the Terms, half cash, balance in one and two years, privilege of seeding this Fall. Apply to with interest. It not' sold will be for rent. PosMrs. NANCY JENKINS, cattle nt '2 and of Harry izing very nicely with what was told him nJKlt waH ,,r0nounced hy a great many attorneys. given January i, 1891 Danville, Ky. f cattle at the afterward about the fellow and his tun- - Uie 1)ewl The residence of Mr. litis Denton, sesion Dunn 0 head of 1,000 pound 63.tr J V. AUAMS. Stanford. Ky btruck our bll0. ,hal t.Vc.r about three miles from town on tho same price. nouvers, Mr Gover at once suspecletl town. Houss and Lot at Crab Orchard For Sale. MiM Lizzie Cormley left yesterday that the was only FOR SALE OH RENT. cattle buyer trs. iutu.8 expired on Sunday Richmond pike, was destroyed by fire. . i mm. Mnnditv iiinrnint' i Iti'anilit from n defor Lexington, to attend the marriage of a "sharper" in disguise, trying to carry n eveniiigai oociock, irom apoplexy. 11101- A House and Lot, Acres, locaher cousin, Miss Heatrice Uormley, to oir his horse. So iulluenced hy this funeral took place nt Irinity Lpiscopal fertive fine. The loss is something in 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Co. ted at Crab Orchard, consisting of Ky , and Uiown as the property, one Ulock from Depot. The house Covington, which conviction, Mr. Gover put himself in the SI.OOO, with $2,500 Mr John Sullivan, of church Tuesday morning at 10 o clock. the neighborhood of contains six spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one Part of the estate of R. 'V Glvens, dee'd. open porch and portico, with all necessary wdl occur hi the former city on the lttth s.iddle and went briskly in the direction The remains were laid to rest in the insurance in one of K. Kinnaird's comCall on or address D II. Edmistou, i6V2 acres Iront on the north tide of the Stan panies. and which promises to be a swell all'air. the stranger had gone. About three cemetery. ford ana Hnoo i.ict turnpike, aajoining A it.. Crab Orchard, Ky.,or me at Pinevtlle, Ky. Denny A 36part of this tract is excellent SAMUEL HLAIR.M.D. In tho language of the lamented Joe hemp land. lari;e balance is in corn and grass. Miss Lizzie will accompany the wedded miles from town he came up with him, '1 he Mr. L. 1. Kaulconer will move into nd despite his "raising a little hell," his property, which ho recently bought on their bridal tour, which taken in In "ong, wnue aciuressing ine siuuenis oi 8S acress in trtass lie south of said pike, ad joining A. K. Denuy and Capt. Hen I'owell, with e dianapolis, Chicago and other place of brought him back to town and turned of Win. A. Caldwell, next week 1',0 uentre uouege at me in in aoo yarns oi nrst tract notn tracts are wen . ...... ... ... .. i. watered and as a whole will make a good farm raui-Muote in the Northwest. him over to the authoritits. A search property adjoins the Fair grounds and Uanville: "llie intelligence mat I hae finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerLiberal time gisenon deterred payments. will set pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford and am prepared both The Dramatic Club wan organized of his person revealed some ID odd dolF. will train his trotting stock on ates from the constitutional convention be If not sold before January ist, for tnetracts 1891, to furnish any kind of LUMHER, SHINGLES, rented, separately if desired, sear , Saturday night with J. U. Cii'.kerson iw lars, but no papers that would establish tho track. The sum paid was $12,000. at LOWEST TRICKS. I will sell the bas shed a phosphorescent gleam of January the null or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give V. V GIVKNS, Executors. mnuageraiiilS. I). Mngee secretary and his identity; and, strangest of all, no thusiastic admiration around the heads 59 St J AS. G. & me a trial. Titoffice, MAYWOOD, KY. Homme), who has been clerk-- ! A.B.BASTIN treasurer. It comprises Home "0 odd bank book or blank checks, nor were ing for Holmes Harris, has accepted a of the devoted citizens of Frankfort, to memben, among whom arc seven ladies. the John Sam Owsley checks discovera- position with a Lexington grocery house whom I greatly admire." Where's Bob-a- s OF The personnel represent the lest theat- ble. When asked about these checks he 2890. traveling salesman, and started on bis Mtt' W. Crop & Farming ImM.Totten, U. S. storekeeper and Personalty, rical talent in town. Seven play make denied having had them. He acknowlMonday. Misses Sadit snd ' Blue-Gras- s maiden trip plements. ganger nt Millers distillery, has moved up the repertory, the first of which, edged to having been once a prisoner in Jessie Cook, of Hustonville, were ht, V . family here. Mr. T. J. B.Turner, will sell to the highest bidder at my residence a Hidden Hand," will be presented to the Lexington jail, hut said he was put Tuesday with Mr. Carrol I He d and Hat-- ., ' , , , Immense stock of fruit and ornamental trees. e miles wett of Stanford on . : ipiuiir uihii. tain lunu. Grapevines, Asparagus, small trees, and everyIn for "cuttiii up" and not swindling, a ry locker and took in the opera that. in the public some time next month. thing for orchard and h..c Owsley Hay, the little expert telegra- - Tuesday, ITovomlaor 13th, 1G90, no agents,the lawn, direct at low garden.to ve planMeant. Campbell Alexander and charge which seemed to make film very but sell the ' prices ter. Write for catalogue to pber, has gone to New Mexico, which left Monday for that indignant On examining tl .aw, Judge I'ettus Tiiourn we are often visited by rain hile The following property H. Y. HILLENMEYEU. e will make his home. Tho little Lexington, Ky. 04 ' clime where "The southern sunny breezo Kgbert deemed it best to hold him, and and hail storms, it is but seldom we have I'l' Hill, who has been so Fifteen head f.incv harness, saddle brood horses, fans the old palmetto trees," where they he was allowed to put up $2o cash in a storm of grasshoppers. Such was the son of Mr. Jim i n.iir ol work Mules. jo to rear a lodge, plant an orange grove lieu of bond, to appear at his trial last case Sunday night. About 7 o'clock, the dangerously ill for some time, is much Forty four head of NEW YORK CATTLE, if if not sold before day of sale ; oi!,.),,,.. ...i.. -Heifers, 8 good and become, one of these day, the Monday. Nothing has, however, been .: ... ,.w,.. ....--.... -- s.s .s ii ,ir...ii'ii!tii.. better. i " "' --The fourth entertainment of tho v Five nice yearling Steers, 7 fatt yoke of Oxen, ", Milk Cows, 8 Cnlvus, a Hulls, I desire to sell my farm of about 130 acres, situof their tribe. Scott Karris accomseen or heard of him since, and right were severely pelted by a large vn- bunch ol Hot:, a nice lot of Sho.it: miles north of Stanford about pure Timothy Hush llranch i.i' more ,i.t i 'sic department of Csarrard College was Korty ai.resof Corn, as stacks of Implements; ated.rbout i4pile, In wheat the old church. on th depot with his fid- now, while on his way to some neighbor, rietv ,. . opposite There borne of panied them to the e are tlav. too l.ocutt i'osls, farming on Monday and rye; the balance 50 acres them as a "parting kick," iug sucker town, lie is doubtless congrat- persons turned back home and were given at tho Phaehandsome new Surrey and Harness, One of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling dle, and jmve evening, Nov. 10, under tho direction of ton, Household and Kitchen Furnitute. ol four rooms and kitchen and a splendid fcew oneof his most touching drains. Here's, ulating himself on his fortunate escnpe afraid to venture out. Doors hiul to be barn; is well watered and fenced. Tostession can l'rof. Raphael Koester, of tho Koyal Con- - Terms made known ou day of sale,E. II. JONES. favorMrs. !..sjii tluk "lirsriiuird" rMf be given immediately. For particulars, seu J. P. wishing them a smooth sea and a from here, which "burg" he certainly .in.wl Ilailey, Stanlord, or write the nndersigned at Gen. yatory of Music, at Kerhn -- Mrs. II. !:. Samuel died Monday nt realizes by this time, is the wrong one in able wind. Cincinnati, Ohio. E. WITHERS. Landram, who is authority in musical Friday night another large crowd which to strike a "soft snap." noon from tho ell'ects of a fall that she ss enmatters, pronounces it a gathered tit College Hall to witness the received some 10 days ago, in which her P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. Logans Greek and Uix River. tertainment and one that rellects gieat declamatory ami rhetorical contest, the hip was broken. She was the wife of Truylor Uros. have contracted to I wish to sell privately my residence and propcredit upon the professor and his pupils. first of which was for l'rof. Smith's prize II. K. Samuel, a prominent druggist of The house has I have recently panof d The piano duet by Miss Gordon and Hotel and intendtaken charge at this present luh erty. front wraudah, five rooms, store room, ijood second pull the Swope monument from try, back porch latticed, keeping" it its for the best recitation, and the this place. Her maiden name was Mary was admirably rendered; standard. Special attention given to the traveling cellar with windows ou mmiiIi side; outbuildings to the cemetcrv with their traction l'rof. Koester funeral serves were all new, consisting of meat house, hentry, coal for the R. Lee Davis piizo for the best cough is epidemic Warren. The the instrumental solo by Miss Sue Her- public. house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are two morn-inminutes' chsay on Columbus. engine. Whooping original 15 at the residence Wednesday cood cisterns, one at house, the other at the sta neighborhood. Nearly every famring was charming imd the vocal solo First-Clas- s ble There is an abundance of fruit, including C. II. 11. Martin, of tho Stl were about 20 contestants in all in our by Kev. There ily has a case. Kdgar, the only son of raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, "Come Unto Me," by Miss I'rudie Gorprogramme took up nearly three church, of which she was a grape-.I'resbyteriau cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple and the In connection. Also Miss don received deserved applause. entertain-:.,.- . Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kuhauks, while play trees. Also some nice Jersey Cows and heifers member. Tho interment took place in hours and was an exceedingly bred to registered bull. One harness horse, one fell last week, Nellie Johnston's violin solo was quite Pool and Billiard Parlors. combined horse, both gentle and can be driven by n.,.. to the decision of ing with his the Danville cemetery. woman or child. One nuggy and phaeton. attractive, and the piano duet by MissL. M. REID. Clerk. Squire J. A. Chap-pel- backwards, hurting himself severely. Hu Nobody would hardly notice a little Also 8! acres of pasture land, which will be the juilges who were was compelled to lie in his bed a week es Sue Layton and Bessio Marksbury 7Jtf o sold in one piece or divided into lots to suit purMrs. J. T. Chadwick and Miss sparrow on tho street, or dying through chasers. Those wishing to buy a lot cheap will THEborooiTkho from its ellects. William Stone sold lust the air, but let one be loose in a church, was a gem of the evening. Mendelshave a golden opportunity. green, Miss week his saw mill, which stood at tho J. G. CARPENTER, Stanford, sohn's Wedding March is a composition 57.1m Hitch-auaprize, a silver SI; and Andrew was hero a few evenings since, at first as one Co. that will never cease to bo attractive. largo, oc- mouth of Gilberts Creek, for StiOO. the second, a hambome, one of the churches, and St. Paul himself Duddcrar l'.ros. are building a new platMiss Lulu Hatson gave an exquisite renOF STANFORD, KY., if ho were among us, could not entertain tavo edition of Tom Moore's poetical form dering of a ballad by Chopin, and Miss in front of their big roller mill, contestants ucquitted And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. Is now fully organized and ready for business with works. All the people. How could he, when the lv. the which is a wonderful improvement. Ada Farra, though sullering from a se themselves becomingly and little Milbird Hying around dabbing tho girls in Desiring to quit the drug business at HustonF. Tribble is around gathering up turvere cold, gavo a song by Tosti with good Paid Ut) Canital Of $200,000. ville I offer rr.y entire stock of fre.h Drugs and dred Bailey especially, whose recitation tho face and have them dodging and for Mystook lute and Maggie Surplus, keys that ho engaged several weeks ago ell'ect. Misses bessio 13,500. Chemicals and sale business is n is complete in every was the most sweetly uttered thing that and making everybody laugh? particular scared the paying one in HusCochran's execution of a duet from at 5 cents per pound. Com is worth tonville. Will also rent the entire 1ioum my store many a day. we have heard in The preacher stopped in tho middle of proficien- SUCCESSOR 10THK LINCOLN NATIONAL is located In Tho house contain 4 good upstairs a barrel in the field ami with'us J2 "l'reciosa" showed wonderful rooms. G. A WASH, Hustonville. D. H. Edmistou returned from tho his sermon and attempted to catch tho HANK OK STANFORD, lJurn-sid- e where lie has been buy- delivered. Mr. and Mrs. Gabo Gaines, bird, but was unsuccessful and proceed cy, and the solo of Miss Jennie city Monday, of Lancaster, wore with us Sunday. Mr. received prolonged applauso and a same assets and under with ing holiday goods. Miss Hattie Henry, ed with his sermon, tint! the sparrow-kep- t deserved encore. Tho violin solo of (Now closing up) same the management. the Nick Perkins, of Garrard, came down sals 1 Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are as of Lancaster, is with Miss Maud lVttus, Hying around and the conup its Miss Clyde Hutrman won a storm of ap- fully protected as ate depositors in National Hans List week to look at van do Water's farm gregation its dodging till the close. Judge 0. on Snrines Avenue. lsanks, On account health, with a view of buying. Col. W. G. plause and considering the fact that she liable to its suarenoiueisucinc neiu inuiwuunuy sell privately of continued badAcres of I desire to the extent ol the amount of their stock my farm of 310 ford and Messrs. J. F. Holdam and .1. 11. bought 17 acres of land from Jno. only eight lessons her execu- therein at the parinvalue thereol, in addition to the land at a bargain, in a tine state ol fertility. Would Welch lias taken KXCUIIHION TO TIIK D.VVTOX, Te.N.W, such shares. It may net as sell aoo acres with improvements. Locution one amount invented Stephens attended tho big land sale at After a couple of weeks' Logan adjoining the Hobiuson farm, on La.M)J.m.i:. For the grand sale of lots tion was marvelous. Miss liessie Davis executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as mile south oi Stanford, and the laying of the farm Middlesboro. gavo a graceful rendering of a song by anindiwdual. who entrusted their huisiness to us is superb. There are all of the necessary imtho Lancaster pike, at SoO. Mr. E. 11. To those stay with her husband, Mrs. l'rof. Smith Heazley, our Middlesboro millionaire, and lands at Dayton, Tenn., December '., Hank ol provements, including a frame dwelling ot five the Lincoln hall, a it Crescent Mendelssohn, and tho vocal chorus in while innagiii here lender ourNationalthank and rooms andnew For large basement barn, and all I and 5, agents of the Queen manv Stanford, we we returned to Ohio Friday. Mr. "Wick" further information, apply to their business buildings of good fellows, was lost a valuable jennet from an unknown Route will-- sell tickets to Dayton and which nino of the pupils took part was truit tliuy will continue to transact prompt attenROIIT. McALISTEK. Stanford. im Billion, tho prince offering a a guarantee for A gum gossamer that was takmag- - with u, same, our twenty years" experience in disease. tion to return at low excursion rates, good ten executed with exquisite taste. Tho down from Kockcastle Sunday to hco banking and as liberal nrro'iiinodations as are conand perambulate with his en through mistake during the baptist days from date of sale. Dayton is now a nilicent piano solo of Miss May Hughes sistent with sound banking. the home folks protracted meeting will please bo return- city of 5,1)00, situated on tho Queen & was a marked teat tire of tho evening s ging-linmutcTons: old chums. Mr. Ward Moore Is and exhibited the highest ed to the Ixtkiuou Joi'k.val ofiice. J J. 'Williams Mt. Vernon; Crescent Route, iu the beautiful Tennes- entertainment glasses and Bweetenlng toddies in J, M. Hail Stanlord; Messrs. L. S. and S. K. Dudderar took J. S. Owsley, Stanford : see Valley, surrounded by an inexhaust- order of skill and musical culture. She A. Carson's. Mr. W K. Perkins and S J. Kmbry, Stanford; to I'xHsSHGsssssssssVVllsSBSsssssBCilsn of coal, iron and timber. Two received an ovation in tho way of come to town and advantage of tho cheap excursion ible supply J. K Lnn Stanford: handsome wife have Miss Lizzie r....,,i...u , nnvv in full blast, and be- applause. Tho exercises conMiddlesboro Saturday. A W Carpenier, .Milledgeville; Mrs. Martha Singleton's. s taken rooms at J. K. Ilaughnun, Hutonille; bealey, who has been nbsont in :SI1" hhul in orders. Two Hour mills, pump cluded with an excellent vocal quartette J K. Cash, Stanford ; Mr. Perkins was, formerly a merchant at dlesboro since the William Gooch, Stanford, Ky of February, ll113' Misses Batson Hand Gordon and work8l planing mill, brick works, and bv S. II. Shanks, Trcsidciit Lick. W. A. Hrooks, on his comIke returned, to the delight of many friends. othur 'industries. J. II. Owsley, Cashier. Ample accommoda- - Messrs. Rifle and Koester. Most of tho mercial round, stopped over to bee tho ..,,,, , ,i.u i,0te a for all whocouie. lull performers wore the recipients of bou: eft JHN1 vtmrjuno opuueur, liUUiuiiuij-uiuiKDespite tho homo folks Sunday. llillhoBaysheis doing a rush-Jn- g lady, formerly of Liverpool, Kng., lately particulars on application to Agents of quets and compliments innumerable. HUSTOlTVTLLiE, KY. of Middlesboro, is with Miss Alice HeazQueen & Crescout Route. Are stilt In the business and ready to do any business. By the death of tho Hon. Philip ley. Mr. J. A. Adkins is hack from a thing In the Undertaking- line. We have a full I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the stock of Cases aud Caskets of all kinds and Kobe A tolerably, During thelast 10 years CircuitClerk Frauds Thomas, of Maryland, tho Hon. work in a good manner aud promptly William lengthy Btay at Middlesboro. Col. Jas. of every description. Our hearse, which is neatly young man, calling himself new can be obtained on short nonce Mr. J. H. Heazley surprised us all by joining his Goulstou, of Parkereburg, W. Va., baa Harvey "Watterson, of Louisville, beAt One' Dollar, a Foot. Green bas charge ol cur business and will show Nelson, and claiming Mercer county as handsome wife at Middlesboro Sunday. succeeded iu stealing if lOC.OOO from liti- comes the sole survivor of the -- otb ConStanlord, Kentucky. Call on orlldrcss me at our goods to any one needing auything In our with tho L. T. SMITH. his home, cauio hero Saturday., gress. J4.tt 64. tf lat Our hay is being baled- here by tho gants. .. na tlm Kennel shows evtueni ' "mmm"1' . . . . . car-loa- d FOR RENT. MILInTSB,"Sr. i 6j-- tf ' Ihivlu-IIumnhr- ev ' FOR RENT 67-4- 1 POSTED. 11 nt h i 1 g ... 1 ... Lil-h- s FORSALBI 10 62-- 1 -- j p JjftT FOB. SALE. Huston-ville- Imrd-workiii- For Salo jt. T Twenty Building Lots 30-- bed-quil- Farm For Sale. 1,000-poun- d 1,100-poun- d 54-- M)II-styl- v,. .... -- -- 1 Sla-vi- ns -t 11 -- : couri-nous- . UEW SAW M3X1. ,l-clum-ber43-'- r. 1 at PUBLIC SALE )- IF-A-IjI- . i iii'iiKe-ieiic- ... Nurseries. 1 "'-W- I mi-bol- - Farm .For Sale. mu-the- 1 itw-'cts- court-hous- 1 oj-t- d first-cla- MTTEKS HOUSE, n FOB SAX.3S! How-lau- eon-ducte- d g Sample Room , school-mate- s l, Sal-b- -- Susiu-Higgin- s n Farmers BanM Trust HOUSE FOB BENT -'o jj-a- m mm at mm, blue-gra- 43- - I g well-merit- hi-.- M I Mc-Klnl- 11 , WEI.I. BGRIHTG. J. T. STJTTOIT - CO., good-lookin- well-dresse- d .......:.. iuk"i - u A- - ' t&- - ' f Jj3 a u r-.11 n m iim - -,- -- f a ,.,.,.,. imnumViniMi k, n.,. wpioiiiiiimM4wwvfliiii w ij jim iMinawaowvfcdtPHinxittf 7 The British torpedo cruiser, Serpent, Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky.,- X3. Stanford. 2Jovnmnu 14, 1890 W. WALTON. Tug politicians nro against Cleveland for the democratic nomination for president in 1S112, but the peoplo are heart and soul for him. Senator Blackburn, who is much more of an orator than a statesman and who is given to shooting off his mouth without much thought, says that "if the public pulse beats in the spring of 18ttt as it is beating in the fall of 1MX), Grover Cleveland will be the democratic candidate for president, and so certain as lie is such candidate, just so certain will he be defeated." The Senator thinks he cannot carry because Hill and others will him as before. The late diction showed that New York is not as itn portaut to democratic success as formerly. If the same States go democratic in 1S92 which went so on the 1th, Hill and Tammany can vote as they please; it will not aiiect the result. The implied charge that Hill will knife the democratic nominee if he cannot secure the nomination, gives the lie to that gentleman's own words, "I'm a democrat," and reduces him to the level of a very small politician. New-YorNew-Yor- Allianco people are holding a secret session at Lexington. The president in responding to the address of welcome by Hon. M.C. Alford, stoutly denied that the Alliance was a partisan orgamzatioli, but it stood ready to rebuke any party that indulged in prejudicial legislation and vicious The niii list, .i fwtiiin das of citizens. in convention at the tobacco producers, same place, adopted a preamble reciting their grievances, and resolutions favor, inu the establishment of n number of warehouses at dillerent points for the sale of their products, the sales to lie controlled by officers of the Association. Hon. John I). Harms, of Madison, was elected president. The Farmers' was wrecked oil' the coast of Spain and i souls perished. Ind., citizens While Fairmount, wero celebrating the democratic victory, a neiro named I'ttley interfered and tried to stonttm rejoicing. A fight en sued, during which one citizen was kill other citied by I'ttley. A including l'ttleywere badly injurzens, ed. The negro was arrested and hurried away to prevent a mob from making short work of him. LIX) half-dozen Impossible o! Dotation. Suoharo the bargains and induct' incuts for this wed;.' s groat sala. Mora iiuu ordinary values in every department. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. t is very found of alleged pictures of promiprinting the nent men in the Henderson News, but he often makes one cut do duty for two or three men. This week that of the late Pig Iron Kelly is made to pas for Morrison, the Illinois tariff reformer, and so on. The old man forgets to use hii 'Specs" when he wants to "fill up" with a cut; Blaine will no doubt be the republican nominee for president and one of "The Three l"s," who voted against the McKinley bill in the Senate, Plumb, Paddock and Pettegrew, ought to be given the second place. They deserve it Buo. Buv H.wuuson for their astuteness governor lias not turned his heavy artil-leron him yet. It is to be hoped that convention will do nothing to hamthe per unnecessarily organized capital in developing the resources of the State. Corpomtions are entitled to the same rights as individuals and, us Mr. Browder said before he fell, should be allowed the largest freedom consistent with the public weal, just as the natural man should be allowed the largest liberty consistent with the general good. The signal service is being transferred from the War Department to the Agricultural and the new officers will be the present chief signal ollicer, Gen. Greeley, one major, four mounted captains and four mounted first lieutenants, to be seIn his lected from the present force. Gen. Greely says the annual report of the service has been decidedly improved under his administration and is steadily growing better. He only failed 14 times to predict cold waves and of those he did predict its per cent, were verified. The negro, Laiigston, wbo was given Mr. Vecable's seat in Congress from the Petersburg, Va., district, by Heed's against right and justice, which act took $10,000 from the treasury and put it in the negro's pocket, will not occupy a place in the next Congress. The democratic candidate beat him oyer and a contest wont count. Lungs-tois said to look to mucli like n mule that his paternal progenitor might have been u jackass. efii-cien5,-0- the best of the argument, though the v Messrs. W. F. Browder, to force a law through. and Basil W. Duke, of Louisville, attorneys for the L. & N. railroad, one one Gov. McCukauy's ollicial majority in Proctor Knott on the this district is 7,0:?S. His total vote is side, and Gov. J. Nooe, the other. The latter seems to have knockand Brer. Gilliam's ed Browder out in the first round, but prohibition candidate two years ago, got Duke instill firing away and so far has (312. 7,-4- The democratic majority in the next A lively war of words is being House will not be less than 150 and it fought in the columns of the Courier-Journ- al ,,inv i.vv iiPiirlv a ouorum of itself. on the question of restricting The next speaker will not have to the privileges of corporations between count hats to make out enough members ol Kusseiivine, 1 President Clay, of the eon. con., and Dr. Clardv, a member, are both going to run for governor on the farmer racket. Section 2 of the bill of rights was amended so as to give the legislature the right to revoke all chartered grants anil clause retained as rethe ported. The row over the Convention Record seems to have boon for the purpose of giving another man a job. F. I Me- Chesney, n henchman of President Clay, has been appointed editor of the speech es at $S a dav. The members, after a week's visit to their homes and hearing how badly they are getting themselves talked about, have gotten down to work and it now appears that they will get through with the bill of rights bv Christinas, or by Washing ton's birthday at the fathered. The body has at last agreed to hold afternoon sessions. Col. Bennett Young in supporting the motion said that the time wasted by the convention was shameful and that any delegate there, if lie were outside the convention,- - would g methods of denounce the mild terms. the body in no anti-slavery time-wastin- Lueky Chances Come to AIL Tf you hare money to spend prepare to upend it now. We'll nutlic thing's hum this week in our .Men's Clothing Department. -- fc?ss a "HW aaa. L . . k &, "t at our aaSa,aa We're bound to do business just the same uud'we will do business .. ma. . J re don't cure if the SI othr fellows r a a do muhe wry faces low 1 illf f t J.... 4? - . a , a a. a a complete and. price to astonish everuboau. Don't forget to get yourself as main chances as possible on th e Plush. Parlor Set to be given away during Christmas wceh at L naerwear, jioor.s, siocs, uioaus, jjuis. 'peti nana so me M-- M I MB M DEATHS' DOINGS! iirlHj LUUii VIULJ FAH3WC I JbUJtJL M. SAMNCJI'U, :2. NEWS CONDENSED. in the Oth is --yDickerson's plurality 4,.00nnd Breckinridge's iu the 7th 0,- 701. N. L. Wilson killed H. H. Bristow, his wife's paramour, near Birmingham, Ala. Five merchants of Maysville have been indicted for selling cigarettes to boys. Con-gree- s. n to have remarked before the election that if the State went democratic be would leave it. Twitted afterwards by dem. friends for not keeping his word, he, replied: "Where in the h- -1 will I go? The whole world seems to have gone democratic." If thecontinued assertions can be relied on of the Courier-Journa- l he might go to Oklahoma. That went republican "Wall stheet suffered a panic this week, which came near seriously aiiect-inthe whole country. It grew out of the stringency of the money supply and the rapid depreciation of btock values there and in London. A number of brokers were driven to the wall and two or three banks wero closed, but the crisis seems be over and confidence is being slowly resumed. g A Mass.uhosetts republican is said Bobbers relieve! the express messenger of the Georgia lUilroud of $12,000 Monday night. Col. J. T. Hogg, of Cvnthiana, is dead, making two of the Orphan Brigade to die in less than a week. T. C. Dawson was killed by his wife's brothers on the Columbus, Ga., Fair grounds because he deserted her. Jacob Struthers, a prominent Wall Street figure, was seized with apoplexy on the New York Exchange and died in a few minutes. Thomas L. Johnson, elected to Congress in the Cleveland, O., district, it a cousin of Col. E. Polk Johnson and was raised in Louisville. S. E. Shumaker, editor of the Kas., Spectator, the only totally blind editor in the world, is dead. He was editor for '20 years. Dr. B. P. Gorham, Fayette, and killed by a negro named Anthony Duncan, when he attempted to strike him with a tobacco stick for impudence. Fifteen indictments for forgery were found in Clark county against Hume Clay, who obtained $100,000 from the banks and lied to Europe. Attorney General Miller says that advertisements in newspapers regarding guessing contests are not in violatiou of law recently passed by the Congress. The farmers alliance having elected a man for district judge in Kansas, who has never studied law, have made arrangements to bend him to a law school for (0 days. Hailroads are the same everywhere. A collision on the Great Western near London killed 10 persons and wounded many others. The debris caught fire and most of the fatalities were caused by Atch-inson, anti-lotter- William Thomson died at Huston-villTuesday morning of heart disea-in his 71 year. His remains were buried in Hustouville cemetery Wednesday. Mr. Thomson wa the father of Prof. M. G. Thomson, of Christian College. Mrs. Spencer, wife of Col. W. H. Spencer, supervisor of the census in the Lebanon district, who died this week, was a native of Wayne county and the daughtorof the late Judge W. M. Green and a relative of the Craigs, of this place. Mrs. II. E, Samuel, of Danville, who several weeks ago buffered a broken hip bv a fall caused by an attack of vertigo, died Monday from the effects of the injury. Mrs. Samuel was the daughter of the late John F. Warren, and wns a sister of our townsman, Hon. R. C. War- e, e Main Street, Stanford, Ky, service and paid bis toll with lead nick-lemade on his way. ' As your chief editor ptied down the mad Monday ye writer's attention was very properly called to his (the w riter's dereliction in the proper discharge of his duties in keeping up the Ml. Vernon Pepurtuient. Scarcity of news whs one of the excuses given, but others might have been given, uwo:ig them a natural disinclination to do manual labor at times. Mr. Jack Adams, Jr., arrived yesterday from Oklahoma, where he has ben for two years jwist. Mr. and Mr. J. W. Brown returned from the Southwest yesterday. Nathan Bray and wife have from a trip to Ash Grove, Mo. Mr. John Williams, after a severe beige of rheumatism, is now hobbling around -, of on crutches. Mr. Hugh Ivdwiinlwas in town a few days Gum Sulphur, sincthis first visit in two years. Mi- Will Glazebrook, of Louisville, is visiting Mr v .1 StinrkH. of this nlace. and Dr. bird hunting with that gentleman. changed his locution from Jennings has Grays, Knox county, to Bryantsville. i Manager. FOR SALE li i, POSTED. I in Dam ill K.Y . n MoU). Nivmtr ij tin. haniiy wain ml prnnni J.ailMt trrtpaMMtf county court day, any Hlu t.ra l'rm of 1..1 on mi (am m ) (rm hunting fan t aajr mcu.ucv ring nr Bat. without my per-- a tn luwnt uf kiad, either with ( mifwtr Itaotill, Ky and Ilatrndthur(. Ky linna a t will Uiaat.lc taana t tk aaaaa aX K W , IIA.N I'M the law W P OKI MSt. UmiMlit, Kr 7" It fa Will lfrr al pii' in mm at the r iirt hmiM uif . Pwtn J. W. RAMSEY, IWer GR0UER1KS AND HARDWARE, (JUEHNSWARE, 01naewiiro.T1uwu.ro, fco. rL'"- - f.. i 1..1..1 irm ii'iilnu' nf Mr. y il- Natural gas has been discovered in Simpson county and the citizens are greatly excited over it. A couple of men who were boring for gas were blown some 15 feet by the powerful discharge - Before the election the republican pa pers printed with a good deal of eclat that Speaker Heed had traveled during the canvass 0,000 miles and made GO odd speeches, but they do not refer to it any more. Iu every district that Heed showthe demed his'ugly mug and were victorious. The bulldozer ocrats always does a cause more harm than belly-band good. The democrats will eat turkey with gladness and thanksgiving on the '27th. The republicans, poor things, will feast on crow and try to look as cheerful as it is pofsible for men to bo in the unfortunate circumitances in which they find themselves. The Illinois legislature stands 101 democrats to 100 republicans and Gen. Palmer's election to the Senate is assured. The grand old democrat will do honor to himself and credit to his onrty in the body of distinguished law makers. lino. Gilliam, late prohibition candidate for Congress, may be and doubtless is a good old man, but he is not appreciated at home. He only got one vote in his own precinct and but 43 in his county. It is said in Chattanooga that, in the vont of Secretary Tracy's promotion to the supreme bench, it is probable that Congressman Evans, defeated for will be appointed Secretary of the Navy Mrs. Conrad, the Kentucky woman who went to New York to buy counterfeit money, was put on the cars by order of the judge and told to lly back to her native State, if she would escape a penitentiary sentence. Joe Jackson, a member of Rube Burrows' gang, in jail at Jackson, Mibs., jumped from the 3d floor of the corridor of the prison to the ground, n distance of Hid neck (iO feet, with suicidal intent. by the fall. was broken Alexander Hexter, aprominent merchant of Philadelphia, had his head cut off while riding on nu elevator. Ho 6tooped over to speak to an employe and before ho could escape his head was caught between the elevator and the ceiling. Miss Marion Jones, of Englewood, Ills., thoughtdier beauty disfigured by a mole on her cheek, bo bIio submitted to an operation for its removal. It was all right, but it will do her no good. She diedfrom the' effects of the chloroform. Levi Stone, died suddenly ,,t her home iu the Gilberts Creek neighborhood Tuesday. She bad been comparatively w,.n to a few hours before her death, l...t m. nttark of rheumatism of the heart Mrr-life. soon ended a of the Bush Stone was a devout member Branch church and during the 77 years of her life accomplished much good. She left a largo number of children, all grown and married, but who have never forgotten a mother's tender care. Her remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground at Mr. J. B. McCl.iry's Wednesday afternoon, after a short service by Hev. John Bell Gibson. Her several friends hero were shock-ewhen the sad intelligence wos received that MUs Willie Gibson, of Somerset, was dead. At the time of her sudden demise she was visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W. Bobinson, at Meridian, Miss., and the particulars of her extremely sad ili.nth fin not known here. Miss Willie. iIiiiiL'btr of the ...i. 111; IIU , m ,i..i i.niiniiixit lato Mr. Bobert Gibson, was a beantifi.l young lady, hardly out of her teens, and possessed a character which was purity and loveliness itself. She was accom- plished in every sense of the word; had a pleaant word for all whocamo wltinn i...nlmL mul nnnii t'liitw Iiit ivlio were IICl IUIVII Mil" I"" " not drawn to her by her affectionate and lovely disposition, the possession of are endowed. which only God's cho-e- n "Miss Willie is dead!" were the words that struck with depth and sadness into the hearts of her friends hero and are the words that will cause a gloom for vears to come over those who knew and loved her. May angels gently bear her, soul to a better world and the sod fall lightly on the casket in which her body lies, is the sincere wish of a friend who knew her well. well-sped Has on hand n fresh supply of canned goods of every description, tnaccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a first class grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Xudaene, something nev a trial. .GO TO. A. A. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ":IOII:X WARREN'S GROCERY" Fok St.i:. A registered Jersey bull, Formau iV m have bought 3,000 pounds of turkeys at 7 A!so plain and fancy Gins and Quccnsware, tamps and Lanterns of Climax. every description. :?0 good feeding cattle, 1,100 pounds average, for sale. McBoberts it Briscoe, He is now receiving and opening the largest and finest stock of HoliSt. Shelby City. day Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. barrels of old corn at the Wanted .0 New Stanford Holler Mills. J. K. cts.-Bichmoud Van-Arsdale, lo months old. J. G. Carpenter. For Canned Kruits, Vegetables anil Meats of all kind, Cream Cheese, Crackers, Maccaroni, Tickles, Hominy, S.iucts, Olives, Mince Meat, Puddine, Dried Fruits, Primes, Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies. Secy. .i The Dixiana farm, in Fayette conn- tv. L'50 acres. has Ihieti purchased by JohiiMin.of Boyle, bought in the Turnervillo section 30 head of fat and old cattle at '2 to '2 cts. Fok Sale --ft head of feeders, uL.jKbt 1,100 and 0 long yearlings. J. p. nn,i jj. o. Govcr, Mantoru, Ky. n ' lru-ii- ltought of J. H. Col r .X... lier and other East End citizen1, a cattle at 3 cents. of fat L. W. Hudson, of Boyle, has Goods with the 2. & C. for the 43 mules killed in a wreck on it. He gets 12 t ear-loa- d d $7,'-,(tt.5- jw.... r- -- - - j .'.t r'rvi. w.ii .f , v.. ( Ihiri f tit $130. - -H- ..4RUPLEY, Is Receiving His -' FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. -- Fon Salk. Eighteen (IS) good cotGO TO- of tnn vfnrlini mules, thirteen tlft) w,jcn nre mares. W. I. Letcher, rami jj Garrard county, Ky. A T. Travlor has put his promising FOKold geldWig, by Gairard Wilkes of a Black Prince mare, in the and out Stoves, CoalTi Vases, Stoves, binds of J. H. Farris for training. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Stove All persons having grain sacks be Hev. Estes, of Hockhold, preachtd longing to the "New Stanford Holler We make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole here Monday and Tuesday nights. Mills" will save trouble by returning Also full line of Hardware. The ballast (juarry, which has been them in the next HO days. J. K. agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. running several months, has closed Wc also handle a full line of Cjueenswarc and Groceries and guarantee Sec. down until spring. our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best The Cincinnati cattle market is Two Level Green citizens, J. N. steady, with good to choice shippers at in the world. Brown and Mr. Reynolds burned their 31 to 1; butcher do. ft to 3?j feeders UJ to hats over the defeat of McKiuley. 3i; hogs are more nctive at 3 to Llo; The annual inspection train bearing sheep are steady at 2 J to . You feel tired Do yon know "You are ner. what it means? the chief officers of the L. & X., passed The Mason county tobacco groweis vous V.'hy? Yon cough in tho over this part of the line Wednesday. condemn the Louisville and Cincinnati moruinir Do von renlizn tlm p.iiisp? Of course the boys had everything in Warehouse Combine and favor the erecYour npiMitite is inxjr AVhat makes good shape. and breaks in Mays tion of warehouses Mr. W. W. Hart, of Conway, this ville, Lexington and other points. h 1 1 S it so? You seem like n changed person to your friends Do you county, lias returned from an extended .t n Cnl.lwe . of Boyle. hOUl wis : t IVt itmimlu nt 4 tn4lknow what is tho matter, or has trit) to Oregon and has resumed nisi cauio, uvik,"b i""" t tho change been so gradual it haa highly interesting letters to the hignal. Uu ,ol br1KlnK 4.,mi0. W. M. Fox escaped your notice? jlr. uelueri tsrowiuie nua ueeu iruus-- sold to Wm. M. Kue & Sou 1 I year-olforred from Iln.el Patch to Wosiota. Igeldingby Paladine, 1 yearling Ally, Al You havo Consumption Mr. Farmer, night owl from London , ba Tope, by King Almont, '.V.Mbior'HOU . "Wo do not mij iius to frighten m mawaiaT gets Hazel Patch, and"Hiscuit"Latidrain Danville Advocate. wires nights at London. A. Judy bought for export in this you, but it is true. These nro tho suro symptoms of this terrible disease, Thero J. works the pounds, average It is told of old man Webb, the re- county 50!) cattle, & Kelson 1,057 to Simon is one thing which will check it und that is sold at 4.1'.. Prewitt cently convicted counterfeiter, that when "Weil lost Saturday 54 fat cattle, 1.0S0 released from tho penitentiary some pounds, at 4K T. G. Barrow sold to J no. It im recommended by tbe beat pbjilclant in Europe and America. 5 (eat. 60 Mala aid 11.00 per Ilottle. of walking home Iij A. Judy 187 head of cattle, average 1,650 years since, instead W. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway, New York. mule and spring wagon into pounds, for same. Winchester Sun. pressed a ' 0. HIGGINS & M'KINNEY'S -- IFeating Rods, Fire Sets, Cooking Boards. Coal Van-Arsdal- e, DO l WHAT Jl ( -., " - vnn 1 d j Fm khiowi5! v7 a Ynu? aWal 1 DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. Semi-Week- ly 4 MintiMwiwito. Tliu Millie City is to Mop nntl think whither he is drifting. booming riiriiL aloiiu Capital and oner- - There have beeu only two additions, but have tnado a wonderful chau1 in the that does not represent tho amount of Kuwait fruits tuitl (Mndio just received lv appearance of tho placo even in two irood work donj. Eternity alone will l&'.K) Stanford, Ky.,Novi:miii:r at U. .itniner.s. ISiiildiugH, many of them of veal it. Cam. at J. 11. KokUt'h and turn tint lioht Htono and brick, have been completed MATRIMONIAL MAITLKS. Hi nee our liHt viwit and the rush inereiw iius, MnnaRor feed cutttir on tho market. James I). Anderson and .Mias Marv en. All kinds of labor iH in dumund at ()THii-BrvtMin .tny ntylo mid for prices and we were told that 2,000 Kdmiston .vero married at J. F. Ivliiui hitth MEANS BUSINESS. sale by tlits quantity at It. Ziininor'y. more pisple could net remunerative ton's, nt Crab Orchard, yestciday Miss Mildred Fuller, the (laughter Pa your account!'. I lutmu you. A. .lo .. Jones' and work rit:ht now. The town was full of your Takk to R. 1'enny. e of the United States, capitalists and othtrs and the lotsoll'ered of the Opposite 1'ortnian House. netV0it. Watch ks nml juuolry repaired ami fust as the auc- will he married to Hugh Wallace, of by the coiiiHUiy wont as for warranted. A. H. I'omiV hIiovuIs, lonp, kitchoit tioneer could knock them down. The about January 1. TiiKbe.it plan' to buy drupi, patent fcotant A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. Senator Hlackburn's widowed daughtlrst day's salo showed an iijrurcKiitu 'CmtorlnlflV) well dnpt"l to children that Ciutorlti cures Telle, Onntlrtlin, medicineaand toilutiirticlea is at A. H. nii'(a(ion. Hour Stomach, Id.irrhrra. of (t.t lots, which brouaht topthor ter, Mrs. 'lVreae .Stewart, and OarU. Halh recommend ltaanieriortoarprcscripUon I'oiiiiv'h. Don't fnrvet that .1. II. Ilifgiim pays Kills WoniiB, glcs sleep, and jnjmotea dl- II A Archer, JI 1)., known to mo " lluv your school bnoktj, ink, taltlutf. tho hlnhuht unih market price for hidcH ?i:5'',ti.K). the highest being secureil by of the army, wero marriod at Washingpp.tlMi, Witliout iujurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., UrojV.lj-n- l N, Y, paper, pencils and school tsupplieH of nil and furs. The groom was .Mr. A. Tribhle at $210 a foot. It is near ton, Wednesday. iciudb from A. K. IVniiv. and widower. Tub Cbntavk Comiusv, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. Itith street on Cumberland Avenue Dan and Jane Suirkey, to I'hiladel- Ton Kbxt. Two kooiI front rooms on considering how adjacent property- has PERSONAL POINTS. second Boor, suitable for smsll family, at aold, was considered very cheap. .Mr. pliia, celebrated the HSth annivessarv of Mil. A. A. Waiiiirn ua.sat Middlesbo-r- o 57 jHfr inoiith. J. I. Alford. Tribblu refustKl 2.i0 a foot for it tliemuiio their marriage Uds week, surrounded by Tuesday. night. Tuesday's sales were two miles their seven chifdreu, :ll grandchildren Tun cold wave predicted fur .Monday Mivi Niittii! Wiia is visiting her bw The up Cumberland Avenue and a mile be- and thiee failed to iuateriuiiM, but in its stead tur in UjiiimvUIc. yond Peterborough Avenue and oven couple are in excellent health and ima cold, dremy, rainy sjwll of threo Mil. .1. It. 1'aytun was In Lebanon on enme lots went like hot cakes at S12 to aged !Ct and 1)0 years reflectively. days, whirh uns luppily ended in fair there Tho Jones JSrothers have received bujlncus this week. $32 a front foot. We heard of but little woHther ycstenlav. Tim Mbiwiion lumHonuto Middlwdioro private trading, but everybody seemed an invitation to the marriage of Mis to enpie in husinc. Wk hare rental the prtirty known to wear a still' upper lip and think that Alice Woodson Cowan to W. F. Word, .Mas. 11. C. Faiihis wont to Somercut ns the Coiiiu or ial Motel for the year tlieltoom had hard! v commenced. The at M. doe, .Mo., to occur on the IV. Miss yesterday to viidt friends. 1RWI and have two good suites of rooms company will only sell a limited number Cowan is a daughter of County Clerk S. W. A. Tiiihni.k has rotnrnud from a for rent. These rooms are comfortable of lots and those in spots in various parts D. Cowan, who has held tho otllce for 24 years. He is a native of Pulaski coun. bufiiifss trip to Cincinnati. mid well suited for small families. M, of the town. .Miss IUa.lv. Boiu.sk returned yustur-da- y I'. Klkin was tho sale ty. Co. The biggest deal Miss Maggie Bibb, a sister of Mrs. S. to her home in Josmunino. by the West 12nd Iaiid Co., of Lexing1'. Hampton retvivoil this week n lot of .Mim. ItoiiKiiT Mi Ai.istku Is convaleswest at M. Owens, and well known here, was ton, of (Waciesin the extreme CHxlg that were shipped from Cincinnati married nt Hartford, Ky., Tuesday evencent, after a several days' illness. 12.(100 an acre, a profit of 50 per cent. And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole ing last to Mr. McDowell Fair. The Mil. T. C Covinotun, of Itichinoud, Just a year hko. The Kentucky Central The jainjit the hotels was simply is not the fastest Hue to ship over, but Agents for the Celebrated business, a Hartford Herald has this to say about did a has beetiHt Mr. S. II. IkumliiiinnV. Mudteon, has the purchaser cad rest assured that his cot hi the halls even being in great de. thecontiacting jxtrties: "Mr. Fair is one M it. Thomas rnici.es, of been the uost of .Mr. U. Cabb and famil- Koods will reach him some day. ninnd. Our friend, A. Tribhle, of the of Hartford's most popular adopted sons, as well as one of our sterling youi.g yCfTio.v. Tho enviable reputation of Cumberland, was doing his best to ac- business men, being a member of the Mit. CuiiK M Df.v.v, of SpriiiuAeW, the crowd and succeeded ns hoots and commodate IiueU'a famous watt; Also a Large Assortment of M., is rktitln bin iiiOtlwr, Mrs. I'aiuiio eboes has induced crude imitations to well as jKissiblo under the circu instances. linn of J. 12. Fogle it Co. He came to this place from Casey county three years Dunn. (print: up all over tho country and rep He tells Us that he hna cleared over $12, AND CHILDREN'S Dk. W. M. Doohbb lina rtiirmnl from resented as the same, or as k'OKxl as (NOT !n tiie hotel business sin re he has ago ami nas mn.le many firm frieii'.sl ' MEN'S, a visit to his daughter in Colorado, In- Huell'." Inok out for th Hoell tmdo been in Middlcshoro and it looks like he since coming. .Mjss Bibb is a graceful In all Grades. Heavy, McdiuniAuul Light "Weights in Standard diana and Ohio. is still coining it. F.vcry one who has brunette, cultured and sociable. She inatk. SUihk A McUdwrtK ' n Mum Mattib Vakdivbhk wont to Screwed. gone there with the intention of doing has had charge of tliu millinery departCox-S- e ment at Fogle it Co.'s Temple of Fashthosuporin-ttti(nWfdtu-wlaTint Inspect ion train with to attend tlw something has succeeded in doing well. & ion the last two seasons and during this KA3ST3D and other officials altoanl pas-et- l R. (I. Pennington, who with W. M. vera u co marriage. time, the friendship that culminated in TwlllWBI.1, A Wednesday, and if things in grn-n- d up Mtertfrt Ill.t A.NO keeps a general hoisefeed supply Hand-TurneGoodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in it was store and undertakes ail kinds of con- matrimony grew into love. Noth are wr tint found in lowly and lovnblo pir from liiMlon not because the )oya iiave not tried to tracts, is milking money fa6tand ho tells jjuite popular in Hartford aucu.lv, the Boot and Shoe line. rill, were hir ywterday. Mr. J. L. Hardin and Miss Julia Wst. 5KTUitAvrimu!Kl! tlivwMrriHKf1 Kd tlMm m. Tiwr have Iiwh keepiiiK us hishusiiicns baa increased so much o( bis cousin, Mtes IinelUj 8rnMe, at Uieir yes kinn"l for the train for some that he has been forced to get his sister, lwugl.ts were muriied at tho lesidence of Mr. 12. H. Caldwell, Sr., Wednesday, lime. Miss Notey Pennington, who is a stenogIbi)oii, Weduwhiy. Mr. tics Salimiuin, of Chicago, ba rapher and tyite writer, to consent to byltev. (ieorge Hunt. Attendants, Mr. A C. SINL. J N. MENEFEE. Til nan ir great complaint with the 12. S Clill'ord, of Wildie, and Mihs Lizzie K)sition with hi brother, Mx come up and take chatgo of his books takm a Mlddleeboro pxwtofflce. Our suhecrib-e- ri Dariaon, of this place. Immediately afSalinger, at the louiaville .Store. and office work. gay ther do not get their papers half Miss Auck IIiuhlv. of Ijnctdn. will Cimhrklanh O a p. Through tbecour-tcayo- f ter the ceremony the couple left for much more the time and letUrra are agent. Train Dispntchsr Matt Woodson Gray's, wher the groom is return home tonkir, alter a viait of sme carefnlly handhxi. Tin- office la in n little days tofritmlsin tbte city. IxtgtoM ami Conductor Jesse T. i locker, wo en- Tiie bride is a handsome blonde, and The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. coop, hardly lanie enough for the keepjoyed an engine tide from Middleslwro those who know her best epeik of her in l'reas. er to turn around in and this may be tho SASH, Mic. and Mrs. J. T. Ctcio attended Ute through the tunnel to the thriving little tiie highust terms of praise. There were LUMBER, of the trouhh. Tho funeral of ttitfir relntire, Mrs. W. U. ennui city of Cumberland (Jap, where btteims many hearty congratulations an good DOORS, oiiRlit to get better (uarters or throw up who dlod at Lebanon ofa throat is almost as brisk as this side of the wishes expressed for the happy pair by ULIXtnS, SIUING, his job. trouble, There is not much room the frien Is who witnessed the ceremony mountain. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Thomas Havsltt. of this county. 1ms K. op 1. A Kuielita of Fythias lodge there for building, but all that there is is and accompanied them to the train. The ICeiitucky l"n hero Is now a certainty and the prospects being gobbled lip nt fancy prices. Two bride received a great many presents, of secured n oslthnon the WOVEN WIRE & FENCE. ion railroad and has his homlquartem at are thai the New Year will rind it in a luniks are already in operation, besides a which tiie following is a partial list: Sot Lexington. Mr. J. 1. Gray, Building and Ionn Association, and an- of silver tensions, 12. S. Clill'ord; silver nourishing condidion. We carry a full stock of everything found in a' Mil. AND MltS. T. J. llAMMIIMIa Blld an enthusiastic member of tho lodge at other bunk is putting up n handsome butterdish and knife, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Florence, silver butter knife, Miss Lizzie Miss I.ixiie Hiitiitiioiids, of liarntrd, Somerset, has secured about 20 signers building. A newspaper, an ire factory -have Iwen tho guests ol .Mr. and .Mrs. J. already and a number of others are to make ice from the pure water that Davison; silver molasses stand, Mr. and in Mrs. M. F. Klkin; handsome lamp, Miss II. Douglas. pledgtsl. This is the third time an at- gushes out of the rocky mountain-sidExamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract .Mn. J. II. CiitTCHUjw, who has lsen tempt has been made to establish a an exhaiistless volume, and Humorous Mollie Daugherty; decorated cake plate, for building. SINK & MENKFKK, Stanford, Ky. sick for a month at his home at Sonnrn, lolgo of this kind here, but as Mr. Cray other enterprises are either complete or Joe 12. Xevius sugar bowl, Albert Flord returned yesterday to his post at knows no such word s "fail," succets is in progress. A great deal of building if ence, vinegar stand, .Miss Annie Straub; going on nnd carpenters are in demand silver cream pitcher, Mrs. and Mrs. 15. in the disimtchiTs' ollko. assured. Fir fcHfcvP rc"3l Mr. I.eo Watts' on A ii sk tiiv at at $2.50 a day. 12c Alford, of this place, K. Weuren; fruit stand, Miss Fannie Lexington nursery- is Tiik I larst Avenue, was greatly enjoyed by there and raking it in to that amount Straub; silver thimble, Mrs. 12. H. Cald Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sc Cinir, Mesurs. S. man, II. V. Hillonineyor, says the tradi- daily. Two railroads run through the well; cream pitcher, Mrs. Nelsv Xevius: Watch Inspector L. & X. R. R. , dealer in- two pickle dishes, .Mrs. is govM. and John Carrier and family and tion that the number of snows town, the L. it N. and the K., C. IS. iV fruit bowl, Mrs. Joe C. Mattie Xeviu; McClarv, water erned by the number of the day in Oc- L., in the former of which W. II. Pettus, pitcher, Miss ? I ninny others. Lena I2llis; coal set, Miss WW. A&m W. II. lliggine, tober on which the first one falls, is all a Lincoln county boy, is assistant agent Jennie Myers; Miss Kate Hail, four handi i i Miits. J.S. j.ii v, i UllWli Sh. wiriM.hvll iLa i h i I. vjum.w, CvUiJ-S- l ImisIi. Helms kept the record inatiy l to some towels: paper nick, Mr. J. C. Mc(i. I. Winimii, A. A. Wnrron, tiuorge ut a good salary. A great draw-bacClarv; handsome mirror, Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. and tJ. II. Heiiodiet are nmoiip times and it always fails. Those who the plage is the fact that it is situated Dillon; dozen napkins, Mr. Miss Nellie and Mrs. I. have leeti shuddering to think that we near the lino of three States, Kentucky, M. Bruce; who have been taking in tho thoe handsome damask table-clot, are to lnvo 2l this winter can takeMrs. U. W. Nronaugh; linen handkei-- i sales this week. Virginia and Tennessee, and hiefs, Mrs. J. 12 Farns and Mrs. Susan but they must not lorgel that the Mit. J. HiiKiK Jo.nks, formerly of this skip from one to the other, nfter com (Stanford, Ky.) now Miwdss-ipp- i gooscbouc says it is going to b a long, mitting ofl'onscd. W e are told that there Warren; kid gloves, Miss Mary Bruce; I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. city, is now secretary of tho box hose, Mrs. I. JI. Bruce; wedding Co., of St. Ixuis, with cold winter. within a mile of tho town cake, Mis. 12 van Waters. Valley Trust are 10 saloons a capital stock of f.J,t)00,U0. There are Jok Hcktos, Will hanks and Will and these add their quota to the general A KEG OF HUBBLE. in the u number of shares of tho company held Cmic. iuemlers of the Sicma Chi frater- devilment that seems inherent solin D.invilhi. and it is undoubtedly a Va Miller Kohl somo isi) nity, of Centre College, have received cIim-- around them. Fifteen men have pound lios few id concern. Danville Advocate. an invitation to attend the 1st li biennial been murderod within tho last to Krasinu Unnn at I! 35. Win. Moore Courier-Journ- al says Miss I.ibbie convention of that orgauixation, to he months and the carnage continues. A niiulo I'll) Ijiisliuls Tliu of hump fcoed on SO Just received. IVu.in. of Millershurg College, ssng held at Washington, D C, beginning young fellow named Simmons, who had acri-- of land on the Uwbley farm and ".nhiiu Sweet Day" with accompaniment Nov. 2th and continuing several days. killed a Kentucky cattle trader on the cliiins to h.ivo thum sold Macca-ron- ij at $1. of .Miss Nodie Andrews, so beautifully The programme of the meeting includes Virginia line for the purpose of robbery tho .Missouri jack man, left here of Fast was captured the day wo were there and Ox and allectingly at the funeral a reception at the White House, extendMonday last with 5 fjood jacks for his Grand .Master Hassctt, Hint there was ed by President Harrison. One or inoro from the talk we heard on every hand State. Dr. Kinnaird reports John W. French Peas. 35"A beautjful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; Glasswo judged there would he a lynching Bright scarcely a dry eye in the large niidlumv. of the young gentlemen will likely to ho in n fair condition to imware in new designs; Otieensware and Tinware. that night. Certainly that or some oth- prove. Meeting at the now church Ttie Masons afterwards tendered n vote the invitation. has er heroic remedy is necessary to stop the heen lightly attended on of thanks to the beautiful young vocalfor showing goods. account of rain, Call and see me. No charge Tub horse that Mr. S. T. Harris bra How of human blood in that section. ist. so far. Sam T. Harris sold his corn here been advertising for has been found. to Henry Traylor for SI. S3 per barrel. CHURCH AFFAIRS. CITY AND VICINITY. Andy Harris, a former servant of the J. C. Kubanks bought some family, had him and he claims to have Kiikmh salt at llL'L'iliH & Mc ltev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach nt steers for 2k. Shackelford, the traded two calves and Jo for him. Jim nt UuilKuvillc, on the Danville A College chapel at 7 o'clock. tho Kinney's. ti raves, a negro, had the horse, but AnA Hebrew convert to Christianity is Lancaster pike, is putting up n steam Hurgoo Saturday night dy knew him at once, nnd wouldn't trade rist mill at that place. James Herring holding services in Jerusalem and re until Jim's daddy, Joshua Craves, was at S. S. Myers. is not improving any, on last report from Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass,Wall ports o0,000 converts. sent for, who said he had bought him of Dr. Herrmj;. Uro. Day is here, from The noted evangelist, Rev. Dr. Lexington, Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Ilr.Ai'Tirui. tea ami chamber sets just Dr. Nronaugh. Father and son were arhas closed a rail) but fewpreaching, hut owing to the Wharton, of Raltiinore, received at J. H. Foster's. attend. Jewelry and Silverware. rested as soon as this information was - -two weeks' meeting nt the Frst Baptist and obtaiued by Mr. Harris and at the exam- church, Lexington, with 82 additions by Hod-nobottoms, meat stullers N'KW AOVKHTISRMKNTS. ining trial yesterday, Jim waived his cuttura and lard cans at Higgins & and bapticin. and was sent to jail in default of letter right Tho 107 churches in Cincinnati have Railroad The 200 bail. The hoy is a pretty bad egg, I. 31. BRUCE, hogs having been in jail before for house n total membership of 13!),80S. Tho Tost WKaro well prepared to slaughter census of the attendance nt church 5. "3 SALE AND 1W STA3LS, for tho public. Our charges are 50 cts. a breaking. The father was tried in the took it o trq Sunday nnd found Do.GSo, in the Inst o M. F. F.lkin & Co. head delivered. 5" afternoon also for horse stealing, but it STANFOKD, KY. 4 which is doing pretty well for the being developed that he wastho receiver pews, Oi'it men's fine shoes hiivo at last ar of stolen property, knowing it to be stol- Paris of America. SPECIAL COMMERCIAL "3 .2 o p Mrs. Quimby, of Kansas, proclaimed tr.ielcrs Horses and mules bought and sold. rived. Come and tit yourself at once en, Judge Varnon held him for that. U O Q Onlyhrt-clas- s horsesnnd vehicles used in livery. whilo the sizes are complete. Severance Mr. 1'. M. McKoberts, the negro's coun- that the Second Advent would occur last nviMiiiiL' and that all the inhabitants of rt L it Son. a " sel, made tho point that as ho had been 1 of the elect, would, residence held foran ollenso not charged in the earth, except 14.000 Foil Kent. The desirable bo destroyed. As tliu propuecy taueit ot I ouM my old and on Main street now occupied by Mrs. warrant, he was entitled to another ex- verification, Mrs. Quimby may be classed cuttomers rvtpcctfully ihu I ani again at v.o.k at my p reft s McKInney. Apply to J. J. Mc amining trial under the code, which was Nettie siun 4inl would bu pleased tonceivcany uork in O e, 3 g Scripamong the false prophets that tho the way of sustained by the judge, who et Satur-a- t Roberts. appear in tho last days. tures tell us will G I l". m. for it and llxed the bail at SoO. Wk have the most complete lino of The meeting at tho Baptist church, Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair9 o rr . c of ing. goiitB, ladies and misses' underwear D S ' The father of Thomas Payne, who which lun been in progress for tho last Also repairing Seinc Mcliin. Oi ns. Piitoli. y o O U .2 any house in tho city, all at out prices. was killed on tho Queen it Crescent rail- IS days was to close last night. Rev. L. II. Lock, &c. All g. 3 Soveranco it Son. road, compromised with the railroad Saliu, the converted Jew, who has been Work? Noatly and Promptly rf Done at 5,000 damages. The la- doing tho prenching, has awakened by And Warranted by J. 8. WELLS, Pb. O. Prose. CIlc B. H. DANKS, Joweler, Lost on Stoi.kn. A setter dog, about companyyoung man also left. $15,000 in his strong and eloquent appeals a deeper mented THOMAS RICHARD?, Stanford Ky. 0 rnontha old with black and white interest in the cause of Christntnong tiiu Koom up stairs, Odd Fellows' building, entrance and life insurance policies. spots. Finder will hi rewarded by re- accident Main Street, Opp. membership and caused many a sinner , next dotr to STANFORD, Ky Transcript. Lexington turning him to J. T. Etnbry. Interior Journa. ico.wai.ton, .11 ' "'' " T5?!P w WN 0 tiflTQlf nVsTLinu unriiif1 nt nil tiniirj ill N.S. .Myers'. , l cn chief-justic- Tn-com- a, Coai.-iiod- h, Infants and Children. 1 m - tt Our to-da- y Stock is IN ow Complete land-offi- ce Buell Waterproof Boots, WOMEN'S SHOES, Ieb-ano- y U Dud-dera- UK SEWSD MAQJIIS SEWED, d, ship-euno- STAGG- & McROBERTS. nt di-p- ot - Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, SLAT Mt-iiiasl- 1 Manufacturers of FIRST Cr,.&.S8 LUMBER e YHD. How-lan- tf? S5 wuU-know- u pidbLiiLaj 1 1 Ill-mi- k RH'HkV l;jm mi npie in nil iiy cmcidy n Nil Mid-dlclH)r- o - cour-aire- law-breake- LINE CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Fresh California, Vermacella, s Van-cleav- e, Prune. Ilnisins, Figs, Tail Soup, nc-ce- pt MARK HARDING 1,300-poun- d car-loa- d blnck-smit- h DRUGS and JEWELRY MATMOPIDElKf Best i x WATCH, Watch. ? I WW, ATn-NriOVt- - h -- -- XG THE FtTBJCIC. inf-ntra-m- I s m c 1 n i W. B. MoROBIBTS, Courl-Houie, poit-offic- JB-- H tr jfun yh uijtejwtoB m&imJ4 -- iW.. f, f ntmMDMIMMWM HvSjlll !) InteriorJournal j k I 2 m f Read This. forward with nn impetuosity that be my presence. Sho glnuced quick This is to certify that we, tho ,,. Thn Rly U ns?W with tho utwl llrht. v luwini mo winnow, and twin me fanners of Hovle nnd Lincoln ix'un.i " tii over lower nnu ireo. turned pale, oven while she rose i n counties have each a completed lletlgo fitoWlLU) Every Tuosday and Friday And cntloml his diamonds niton tin. ,i Published A'i't Dmrtxnl Ufa c wsket of ixmrUi on tho robe of Night, :ei?rht till I felt myself shrink and trmw Fence, m constructed by tho A:nl hK t.urs on the llmvetvtN plHk nml lute, . . i small U'forn her. i ,.irtii iirv iin iv Yet I lento them, mother, mid ily to theo. Hodge Company, of Versailles, Kv., and , .vnaP9' i ites.. Mi Thrusting out her hand she caught Over nM nnl woodland mid dark r.ivlno from the table before her what looked we regard it the coining fence of our1 TVhen net o pud $2.bO wi'! be ehargcd.'VS Jl.v a It borne on It p'nloui Meet, county, and at the request of theiragent, 1 ill I your liatul nn.l our file. eyes meet; like a small dagger, and holding it tip. advanced upon mo with biasing eyes Mr S. C. I'ollnnl, we invito the fiirnie ih Tien wo wander nnay In ft lorloiw dream LOCAL TIME CARD. K.C. And tloat, ami Horn In n mynthsil shooti. and parted lips, not seeing that the judge to our homes for an examination of our To n realm unknown to Mortal feet. Train leaves Rowland at 700 a. m., returning had riten to his feet, not weinganvthing fence in all its qualities anil charm-tenm at 5:3 j We b.lc In but my face glued against the pane, and tlwt wonderful retfhsn of llfht, una u fltiDsiaiitiul and ties. Wo aw Ulted iiud tarlllod lth love's Rweetest Maring with nu expression that mn-- t L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. The wire fastened by stiples to totk have btnick to the heart as snn.lv n )u.r While, w o Mad train going North n ,0 am Oh wlmt .!, 'drink of n hlkt to senao unkuow n. , tool: pierced mine. When she was al- each cane givt s strength to the fenn Twenty rni!r Die l liortest to Uu kaQn lUCht, ..." South 16pm Whoso souls l" uevwr stretched out their wlnj,t In most ujrnn mo 1 turned and lied. Hell and renders it proof against hogs and Exprcsstrain South .11 jopra could not have frightened me, but henvin other stock inclined to creep through North... 3 j; am Who neser Lavo found nml embraced their did; Local Freight North staving dirittc.iiineili.iu in Central Union da. 6 10 am and for me that woman was heaven Upon the whole, we are well pleased ' South on J Si3pm x)t for whether she smiled or frowned, gazed with the I'omp.iny'ri system of hedging. The latter trains alsi carry St l.nmi, Kllza Limb Mart u. Mh I'. inti. Cl.ir.n.. Uetroil, upon another with love or raided a dag- The Company The above ii calculated on standard time Solir tlel..n.l llulfato, has pruned our fencesand time it about 30 minutes faster IlldianapnlU and tlio West. ger to strike me to the ground. ALVT.S a, TIIUIIMAX Canada, .New Knuland, we find that the pruning process is easy THE BLACK CROSS. iiow toon I mot my mates cannot ISostoii, Tim 77th bitthday of the Old Bomnn say. In a few minutes, doubtless, for uritl light work. Wo shall adopt this WVitilHctiin. Ilaltimore. I'li.Udrlphla. A black had lwon set against they had stolen nfter me and had de- plan of fencing ami can confidently rec- was grandly celebrated at Columbus, O. Ouiatt time to II irrlsSurg, lrHVfori. Ky XkhiiKM..!, VIIU;IM. last night in a bun.juft, around whirh' Sl,otlsl and Judge Hawkins iiaino. Why it is not tected mo running away from the win- ommend it to our neighbors. , tjnii lest line to for me to bay. Wo were not accristomcil dow. I was forced to tell my tale, and BttHomuof the miMt distinguished men 1IOVI.K COl'XTV LINCOLN' COr.VTV. t to explain our motives or to irfve rea I told it. unhesitntintflv. for bi.... of the country. G rover Cleveland was w 58 fROYALmWI ,, m,t ""II. iientry, Geo. W. Tribble, 9 sons for our deeds. Tho devils y Fay'"' J Solnl among them ami pine democracy and wen? count 1 wive mm if I wanted to and A. E. Hundley, rllit. hiikrriv ru.i ia..ti.... . and I). B. Vanoy. should save her or die in tho enouKh. and this black cross meant I knew C... he,. Pullman t. ,d. ir Me.Ve,. throUSh" ,,h the choicest wines ver on tap. Mr. out shang. via t h.itn m., IhriHlnifhain.Merid T. !. IJIIunl. C. Stagg, death, and when it had Iwen shown us attempt. Thurmaii is in flno health and his vigor 'T. mt L"S ',l,"r ""tl..n. n route (ur Knot, all that wo needed to know further was W. .M. Ijirkcy, "lie is alone there with a girl," I an- O. W. Coulter, side, A.hevill... I., , M urk; ,nJ ,MI1U , ,, of mind nn.l body gives iisrunuiro tlmt ut what hour we should meet for the nounced. "Whether she is hid wife or P. .Murphy, K. Cobb, Sr., ho will be spared many mote years to do aot I cannot snj but there is no cross Dr. W. A. Brown, contemplated raid. A. 1). Boot, A word from the captain settled that, agtiitK her name, and I ask that n!h battle for the cause of the people. 11. G. Evans, At ChattaiHMSKn for Atlanta, Columt us, Wilmn J. S. Murphy, nml when tho nost Friday camo a dozen spared not only from sharing his fate, ..n. (. harlesloN. Au.u. Macni. Savannafi 1'. C. Sandidge, ln,n.,ck, Lake City. I homa.,,11. and Umil but from tho sight of his death, for she W. A. Caldwell, men met at the place of rendezvous J. F. Sheiton, Geo. E. Alfonl, ready for tho ride which should bring loves mm. lhioiil line run in n i knli.i ..!.. . .. Pullman fknidmr or Sli,, r.r. - , ' 0. C. Tnrkington. This from me! No wonder tho capthem to the judge's solitary mansion Ihv.,emosed,Br..fl.et..mv i..J,nr,. PI sonville w,tlmt change Z, aTy vU.s of tain stared, then laughed. But 1 did across tho mountains. site Female C..ller, wl.ere I w.ll I. fm.n.l M all Rf nor has;ii Pen. Tho Finest on Earth. I was amonjr them and in n sntw. not laugh in letum, and being the strongHtt.ll RhlD. . . . The Ciltcilinnli. Hamilton .V Divt.ii li li Memi.hi. and UtKANs.iv H.rci.. .j,dIonum,rr. lli.Btsville. Decatur factory .a mood as I had ever Kvn in my est man in the band and the sunxt iti. th4 nl) line running Pullman's I'crtavtrd Saft--- --I ";"' ' nni.toti Srlina, Mai.i "Vr'1 !'"' life, for tho night was favorable and the my rifle, ho did not triilo long, but estihuled I r.ilns, oith Chair. I'ailor Sleeping ,r Nnd Dining Car srrsne between Ciniinanli, ' umnit.1.. trn.rerfort.lveit..n J ' to my plans nnd in wrt consented men hearty in fiit rate condition. Mo.,on. Austin. and Chuagii and is the ly line run IJI1.1.H1VK But nfter wo had started and were to them, so that I retreated to mv post iinK TliroHch Reclining Chmr Cars between Cin-- c TEXAS. MEXICO AND CAUFfinniA Dcrlcr In- -Dry A cream of tatter b.V IB P r Highct o( threading a nntl, Keokuk, and punijfield. III. andSUepin certain wood I began to at the gateway with something like conCincinMan to Mackinaw; and the s. O icrnmcr,t Re- all in leavening strength Goods, Notions, Hat3, Caps Thc.nlv thioih l,i,r to Ja. ktn ajid uksl.ur hnvo doubts. Findings 1 had never be- fidence, while he, approaching tho door, Cr port. Aug. 17, iJjj S,""?lt l.""aHnff,,,,,, Only wiihnNt omn.l.,,, fore experienced assailed mo wittta force lifted the knocker and let it fall with a Uctween Cincinnati, Direct Lino Toledo, De- - hoot Shoes, Clnthm Hardware, tort Dayton. Limn, Austin San Antnia, Kl Pas., ii.J ...naiu ' re.oountun--V? i i.inaia. ware, imwa a ad a nektons tuai nrsi iKr)ie.ed nnd then l'""S "rai iuust. navo rung nun. inc i..iKe one of thean.oldest in the State at 1 he ruad me. C. i was afraid, and what rather ll ,V " k"lH of leath to lho lionrte within. Ohioand theIs ul hne Cinsianati over n Conornl Lino Crocorios, TEXAS, ARI20NA,MEXIC0,CALIF0RNIA. heightened than diminished tho un- - . . f ""'JH'lKo knew our errand; I saw miles ol double track, enterins lit past remtd can and from ' it.) for Auditcr of Ihv- S 1'nrthr.wgh rate co,r of Is a Fancy Camlie. Cro,s lies. Ac. ate munly n.apt and lull more nice when ho rose to his feet, safen than assure its patrons apecd, ooaafurt aud All kinds of Pruduce taken m esihange for s.'oods inl..imai,..nl.l tubjl t to tbc will ofthe Democratic party. Vnilt.wl ....uv.i.u ....... .1... inti ...v.. kOIUnfiAn vwia iiioiact.. .4 . itun kit Akfl4l tjiattwas and nis had no oeaddrv.s HUNk V Unniiit. KV ho not afraid of anything tangible, either hope, for wo had never Tu lets nn saleeverywhere, and see thst they PostolR. e, Lit ing.lnn. K) U.nton, in the present or future, but of some- failed in our attempts, and tho house, rtd C . II ,V D either in or out af Cincinnati, CI Life. t.rvaV ''" ,Ak'l IhttAkl)')K. D I, A. S. lre Pretiot-i- t t, J ,v T A thing unexplainablo and peculiar, which though strongly built, was wisilv n..,.!!.' Indianapolis or Toledo.O McCORMICK. E. ' 1 1". ran (I SURGEON DENTIST. General Passenger and liiket Agent. if it lay in tho skies certainly made able. Office on Main street, over W.II. McRoberts them look dark indeed, and if it lii.i i MT. VERNON, KY. Drug Store, Stanfcrd. ... .. Wlliln tlm. .,.,..!.. hiiocKeu, tnree As the hunting senson hns now- - arrivthe forest, caused its faintest murmur to ......v, ...I-1- iiiumi men This old and seem like tho utterance of a great dread, hfd scaled tho portico and were readv to ed sportsmen will be interested in the folHotels still maintain .wrt Newt ,V Missusiip, Valley Co "K I).1 enter the ojH-- windows if the judgo" re- lowing recipe for tho treatment of gun Ing us line reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe. mi uieci ramt to R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. as awful as it was inexplicable. cial attention to the traveling public. I nevertheless nroeeedtnl. nml oi,r..,i.i fused to parley or offered anv resistance barrels: A splendid preparation for rePhllndoiphla .!. P NKWCO.MII, Prop., DENTIST. have done so if the great streaks of light- - to iiat was Known as tho captain's will. moving rust from the gun barrels so thnt SJ" Now York, Ml. Vermin, Ky. "Death to tho judge!" was thocrv, and opposite Portman House, ...... .....w nun iiii.i men shoe ziuzji Ofliceon Main street, All points Kail and Southeast upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Oa given for painless throHKh tllO skv hntl fil.,,S u,t it was echoed not only at the doo'r but they may not pit is thus compounded li WK WILL MM) ' ilul) .., ,Kbt kii ttnm I.einKt"n, ...M extracting. ,' wot is aim itatie us all beware. I w.n around the house, where tho rest of the Alcohol, IK) parts; ammonia, 10 parts. Corrected lime Card in Ffi.rt Un 1,, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. iKo not ono to "bo daunted, and knew no men had drawn a cordon ready to way-la- Bub out the barrel with a rag soaked in THE INTESIOH JOUKNAL rr.riy Tatuii An .m any one who sought to escatto. Death this, dry with a clean rag and then rub1 other course than that of advanco when STA riONS. IN I 1.1 It Willi DR. W. B. 'es Daily Daily onceastroh-eo-f justice had been planned to the judge! And tho judge was loved out with a rag greased with pure vasa-- ' Sun nnd tho direction for its fulfillment by that woman and would I.te Stanford.. .. line. The barrels will never pit if treated DEMOREST MAGAZINE j 11 H'a J 7 am is ) rt n " I rimgtna pen n marked out. I went on. but I ln...m 10 ner un uut a voico is streaking, a thus. " W'laclMtter.. .. am .t ioin a .na. OQcetSouth side Maui treet, in cilice recently tinuk, nnd that to mo ti.Nr t K H,K $1 , " K. l JajKts, was nn experience, voice from out that great house, and it s.lm s. 4.1 pm vacated by; Dr. L. F. HutTuian, Stanford, Ky asks what is wanted and what tho mean-in.'ii surung for I had never been taught to rellect 7 l"N Bucklen's Arnica Salve " I J41 pmi y7 ,opw ' Moiehawd .. --t PW is of thwe threats of death. only to fight and obey. II. F ATWOOD pD, ALI.EN Olive till!. The beat salse in the world fur cuts, bruises, J.J. J .ll rim A Tho houso toward which wo were . And tho captain answers shorthand sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tores, tetter, chap- tun j .is jt... la its . .. sh.. ad. ; rsrrr:rsai?VTrrariTr-.i-.' ycu nanus, cniioMins, corns anu alt skli. crujt ATWOOD, ALLEN o. was built on a hillside, and the first sharp: tions and pusititely cures piles, or pay rrquir "Tho uung we saw on emerging from tho for......... ed. It it guaranteed to give pcrlect satlslactter coimnnrula !.., i. Price 15 cents per boa RSEL EST&TE est was n light burning in one of its dis- explains. What it commands now is for or .iv....) rcluntlcd i ' ' KttfTflVi iffi. ttivSaVi; Clifiots lorge. A R. Penny, Stautord, Ky. ' tant windows. This was a surprise, for Judge Hawkins to come forth. If he For ale by "'"AiSiariCHiCAMRt" l.jn.hburg X Jo"'""" .i. . ;, ' City, Tcnn. " ChMlottetville .. 10 ,, ,' ' the hour was late, and in that imrt of the shrinks or delays his house will lo enU Morit Wins. . -. IS 9H1 '"elUtl tered nnd burned, but if ho will come country people were accustomed to WM.AYRES. .' " :. Kt- VJAS. G GIYENS. Wedeairetn say to our itiiens that for yaars we o iN K V .. A I k' mi4ariamM. pm early, even such busy men as tho out nnd meet like a man n,..n;.t nave neen .iiuig I'r Kings .ew tMscosery lor .i ork. ... o pm consumption, Ur King rscw i.iie rill, l.eatitig Uuth judge. Ho must have a visitor, and a him his house shall go free and his & GIYENS, RIchmsMHl. Va. 1 pm1 Arnica Salve and Klertnc Hitters, and base tlldPulalt'nlMI.. ' 40 family remain unmolested." never uauaiea reeneoies inai sen at ucu ar trie r OTTTCtTTT visitor meant a possible comniiV.-iH.,,- . Norialk Attorneys .at Law, umsersal tatislaction. We do LU UlO V IIiLLj & haseciven such CINCINNATI affairs; so a halt was called, and I was "And what is it that await liimv .. not hesitate to guarentee them every lime and we TTaTaTHs, m jf". 1 aTTTTo 1 Daily, Set uiet to 1 ravelers, ataud ready to refund the purchase price if satisan.! c ,0 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. singled out to reconnoiter the premises sued the voice. do not These "Four bullets from four unerring factory results won their follow their u.a. purely mm uring oacK word of what wo had a ... .... ihh.IH. . aa niian thevv.Pn,.;R remedies hae K. C Rrent poptiLsnty K Shreve llm!dinT'. nfles," returned tho captain. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ,.hu"Nv.'ll.VMUk",J:J,-f'""NVB'.l,l'Jright to expect. 011 their merits A. R Peiiuy, Druggist. ioi yr I started off in a strango stato of l"It is well; ho will come fortli " Kvcr attemt ted between the creat camtHerru) FRANK MA RIM ON. mind. The fear I had spoken JAS. G. GIVENS. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. ciuet on tne 111110 Kiver and Chicx. ad hence of had left the voice, and then in a huskier tone: me iasie.1 iimc ami most comfortable trams be me, but a vague shadow It paremained. "Let me kiss tho woman I love. I will per, was just an ordinary scrap ol wrapping last- twee all points in the South, or to the Wett and GlYEXS & but it saveu tier inc. ane vias in tti. tnrniifrli i. !!..'. ... 11 0c a mist, i saw not keep yon long." this train on all wriiugii v. C . ., UL'e of consumption, t.dd by physician, that :..."." .""" 'T .IMLHi otnonilPateU Ih Limited Kinrcts. the hght in thnt far away window beckAnd the captain answered nothing sl.r wi. in. rahleamlrouldenlvliveask.irt l.r. "na lines ISrolling REAL ESTATE. I'he sui.crb -. ........' -,. nf Unlimited Comtort stock only counted out clearly and steadily,' shewiughed less thau 70 pound. On s ".' oning mo on to what I felt was in some wrapper paper she real .if Dr Kin New 8 10, am, dally. - Say way to make an end of mv present life. and stick t" up to a hundred; coverv. and col a sample bottle : it it Ctasst Sundav J'e,'"KMHi her,anc you Mi noo, get .Mos Stanford in ' we ticket, read r.ajp tm As I drew nearer to it the feeling in, then ho paused, turned nml lifted his houuht a large bott c it helped her mrrc , l,,ight ney wanl to save money and have a ttUata... ... N. N A M Town Lots, Cod, Iron a.id linker Land bu :ht K fast, continued itsnsrand and For lull information, lime cards, mam. folders, creased; then it, too, left me, and 1 nana; when instantly our four rifles anotherttrongirrew betterrosy plump weaghint; 140 or sold on LoiniiKSiioii, Curropondeuce healthy, is now Cute intiati, O etc, call oner address r found myself once moro tho darhi" rose, and at the same moment tho door rniunJs For fuller particulars send stamp In soiuitea W. IJ. CMI'SII.T P. A . IJSM....11. - ti a I L. II I b 1 avenger. This was when I camo to the with a faint grating sound I shall never this Cole, druggist, hurt Smith at Trial bottles of ...' . Hi tree A. It Pcuus't wonderful discost-rur ... . ii. .. cRO HURTS. A gl., Stanford forget, slowly oinmetl nnd tho finn, un- - Drugstore foot of the hill and discovered I lin.i i, j THE COmiERCML HOTEL a fow steps more to take. surniKing nguro of tho judgo npTvenrcd. Bkmkpv kok Koai mw. Take three rjnrxA.'j.Rvr. The house, which had now becomo We did not delay. Ono simultaneous tuzw rastznmtxrxzmzza J. II. OWENS. Manager, plainly visible, was a solid ono of sto.ie burst of fire, ono loud quick crack, and pounds of oatmeal, or meal ol Indian "JUl'lO CrltASS IIOUTJC. ..rt "ci - Kentucky. built, as I have said, on tho hillside. It ma nguro leu oei ore our eyes. A sound, corn, aud mix it with a pound of white ThoShortostnndQuIckont nn,,t r m a cry from within, then all was still, and lead, moisten with tieaclo so as to form a need mo road, as was slir.- - i... nave taken cliare e i this popular hot large portico dimly to bo discerned tlio tho captain, mounting his horse, gave good paste, and put a portion down at .. ot ...1,1 i in ono PftHt and intend to run it in a first clavi mannrr in :, Lino between Loxlnirton and Olncln-nul- l. quick whistle and galloped away. ni",lit in the infested building. its nioina ivi.ro main ..i ,n,i respect. It is Heme Kepent ........! f..i rliut ,!;,.,.,,. .. luumti-t- i huh, out i was tho last to for a few nights alternately, ami top to bottom, the budding is bemg renovated and' l.v on the side, and it was from To OHro iMifosnraa. !i iilr.. he, ono oi nt . in the everytning uone t. make it Weasant and comfort- 7 Iiatic.,iIn..Tia, i.i i..i.;i.c...-- . ,,., u sciiu)uli:in kfkctmav ... ,M able for guests. Th etjble shall nevpr be surpass-- I thes tll.lt thO light sllOlle. As I catHO mount, and did not follow long, for at morning remove tho paste ami the . ",n! &. ed by hotelsiu this kection j et nearer l perceived that these rooms the flash of those guns I had seen a smile J. II. UW fc.NS. ivni.i. No. a. Vo. No o Tp&xxn-wi. were guarded by a piazza, which, com- - across our victim's lip, and ,y j,eart corpses to a convenient place Kx .Sun, K n a via itw aui stn Sun Dally was on ure, and i could not rest till 1 .: . .1. " "o jiortico in front, ki 'i ?IlIert Nerve mid I.I or 3J1Ih. W M A v a t.ve Cincinnati .. f to am I ff"lwl open road to that windaw had found my way back to that open JS pm. in HO U SE, ..... .. . ,.fv CosmajUm. An I in rr .n fro v I.e ralnsoulb.. ... t .a a m g m pi m sj p in tKj rrl on tb doorway and tho figure lving within it. 61 llvoi l ww4i niut ui wjiai iny Duiiiuu it. l.ve H M M R II i,. 1.: 'in. :hri.U2li Hi" ncrces 9 41 am u 17 p m i o3 p in F. n. RILEY, Proprietor, x wjw inaianuv olr mv linrci Arr Paris mere ir. was, aud liehind it a house A iii' prifici,.,..(it T"i.-n. els' it iWJ ftss " 10 j p m 5 so p ra .j ,., .. n.i .,.. ness, u t., iiruu r, .1 i H1.1 ",v I"""". ...,;oeioro 1 had timotoreal empty as my heart has been since that tii.ii. opleii 11 tiirj,. iv. tisrii an.t const pu I'fie tl10S.II VI,LMti. 'iniltleliea. nihil Arr I.ivmgtoa. ii co p m 10 ij P m jo p in London, ii n.. KOntUCky. xii i ntir ,,. ni .... . hi.ilr.-I.ve Pant ll so a m V Slip in m ii'. i. buttle, lllri liK .1. Mo.r M ln,. i 10. 4 ontv w...s iim ii..i VI nau leturned to mo day. A man's dress covering a woman's Arr Winchester.. p m e. so p m i uvc inuvcu to my new jioiei ana am .,- .Msalty.ttln . It I' in, a St..tnc.rJ. '1.' n. ..Vrsh.. Arr Richmond. ... ' 4 I' w, with double force I had crept stealthily form and, over tho motionless, jierfect 7 jo prepartd than ever to accommodate the public I rlVO lt vie Ii,.,. HfJV. U.'.s-A I ,or!uiint,-- ; NVo:ii:iii. Lancaster. J.r ItivfM.. Arr Stanford. a tt n ml ..'.'.''."'..,"Z. '.""'. p a Good I.IVI rv AltJChed aud evirv rnmi.nii.nr. ro. toward that uncurtained Arr Q P HI window and features that samo smile which 1 had Mrs M.ir L Halt, r of Oiiii M1..1. 1,1. ... sired Glc me j tall, looked in. seen in tho room beyond and again . ton U Lvc Richmond 77 FRANK RILEY. in Ih to fromvo y t.isnklii.. sIhi teu. ,. V..'c.. ,. r?T.r 'iSI'm B" ",1,M" i..a.v-,-"W'.ntaairsi. Arr llerea. What did 1 see? At first nothing but tho quick glare of the riflos. f.. ir J OS p m d.. J.F.SUIIH&CC.M . r 1.1L. JT.sOUIS WO. of iir.tulh, bntl H.iir3 ijrlli, icrs In Arr l.isingtnn p ih ........nni .'."....;: s pnl., . I t rami, studious hguro bending above ...It. Hut....ii iiiougnt con- linii liovi.,,- -. ,i nu uru n C. A. BEHcOICT&CO., a eriier, fuilitm., ie. ...elm i.sr inning tun i.t in. ... ,,r to,,,., batch of closely written papers, upon cerning her, but when I lieheld Xo,H lllil.t fUlM, sdMMiys. J.,,,,' North Mound. . i' ' Mv N0J. Well Drillora & Pump Adjustorc, winch tlTo light shono too brightly for siniie now sealed and fixed upon her that i.t rriiiippit-t-l r w..t..l.rfulijr. mind t..T imV lip Ii.m I n.hise nil I ,uo l" i".-eivI found tho soul I Livingston.. S to a in mucn or what lay behind I.se had never known thai TAVrfRl), KY. '"' Lvc llerea o a r '"""'n-thorn. But gradually an influence, of I possessed until that day. Anna Katho-fin- e to. .. "Hi c1.11. ini .' ii.i i. u Arr Richmond.. n4$5 a m ri - Dl. '".,'J,', ssurlCllH 7a.w I....... ..... m ''wmjmm. liiiii WiUlt drilled to ormr whose workings I was scarce conscious I'amps lurriilifx! Green in Philadelphia Times. tai.i.nx iiiarclou tvlimuutnl, fre Lte SUi.furii .. .. 7 oo a in factory pri. JO drew my eyes away, aud I began to dis""' ., I.ve l.an. aster .. 7 4J a in Tliey All rnllvd. Arr Richmond. "... "'.V. cover on every side strango and beautiiao a in The folios, rti), letter frrnii Mr ; Crciiiiitliin nt Mlliiii. 4. Trmn.eon I.ve Ki huioiici. I 10 p m 6 ful objects which trreatlv intereatrwl iw. lo a in llio Italian clergy, unlike tho clergy "vi'.'"""4, UN- ,s l"""'nriyt Arr Win. hetter IJ V m 7 15 a in )m Ien i... fur lier utitil suddenly my eyes fell upon a vision of I ranee and for tho Arr Paris 40 P m 7 tt a in Hininai I; ,tm! nerv-.". most part of !,r thr. I irol..kt.n of loveliness so enchanting that I forgot Lvc Lctiugion NlV York. In have never mado anv obiection in riii' 0Mj IIIiiici.iiM in c, IHIlll, Lhl.HB.1. "5 l m 7 00 a mi jtT, ..r.; iii .,.01 Lve Paris to look elsewheio and became for tho cremation, and ' " P in 8 ij , , ; li In.tituiu in llulim HI I.ve ralmnulh .. J jo P m 9 a a in s ,6 n, m.jiuont nothing but bight and feeling. 2.00U bodies hnvoat Milan, where nearly f.iu.d lint r.- In f for Dr. mom Ii 'Me til a ,.f Arr Conngtnn Milo.' S 40 p in 10 3j a m 6 been cremated tluriii" Nnrv ni. In. in., k.,. ..... 30 p m :. Arr Cincinnati 5 o P rnlio 4C a ml ".. ta .. " It was a picture, or so I thnmriir i.. is hn.niiii U tho last thirteen years, and where at the l. i.In nil: ..., iws... ..vipuiij. ho : " i ......, ol J"W1I I WHh&-2SS- b. l,,o.aelio. t . trains .os it ami n,n c first instant of awe and delight. But present rate of increaso lift. iitiirlNt.ivrt. Ilu ihuin:"lsm ,"" ""I rJ. le'wrt incnrut, and !.,,, presently I saw that it was a woman, won reach an average ofcremations will mc AnU.tA. k Inny. ,mi. more lorafr".; c.niiim ai 5" !" ."idrtrrislina, Letlngt,,,, a, m. Lve ono a day, the trim boil lit mill I).. Mlltta' uow Ixxilt un tin I cxington at a living and full of tho thoughts that had samo funeral 40 p. m. nnd arrive at Cm nn! iioiirt. cinuati at service is performed, l(i mm imr am IliraVaTI sl- - 11 3 J liner been mine, and at tho discovery a whethor the corpse bo destined fnr nl bmsmm'mmCsffMS.ir' I !. "n ""JWlIle Hranch, No o. leaves Pari. .. sudden trembling seized me. for I had cm upturn miner never seen anything in heaven or earth incineration above tho earth, or for rapid like her beauty, whilo sho niw notliinc of cremation are ground. Two systems followed at Milan. When Thtby was pick, wo garo her Castorla. nit tJio man who was bending over his W ootmhihter Iteview. When she was a Child, sho cried for Custorln. pajiers. 4U4 v . ...... .1.11.. - '" . k'n ., i.,I V L"ns'on to Cincinnati When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. There was a door or something dark Wanted S0111.1 Storo Teutli. behind her, and against it her fa'.., btrong When sho had ChU Iren, sho gave them CaMorla. No leaves Cincinnati Tho other day a waman not over SO, JLEXINGTOH.KW llawnL' remo'.i my Il.irbcr Shnn to the ( .,m 7 10 pm: except Sunday S 10 pm; arrives I'almo-itiigure. clad in a cloo white gown, stood but minus her teoth, called on a promi-nen- t merciai ntitci, trbrar d to n oinin l.iti.i. No. 7 leaves Falmouth firm a,. , n. out with a distinctness that was not alto- in anytnin they imy natijssam; except Sunday uiraaswcll at g dentist, aaMBiuaalhi nish my line, Children nl.o w.nic.l mi. gemer earthly. But it was her faco that not rent her and asked him if ho could lrar .N'llcs. No t runt daily ' a sot of teoth to wear to a an me. ton and '.ncinatl. . IF YOU WANT JIssP. TllfiMPSfiN, 4 held mo and made of mo from moment party "?!", I '"R InCiiinnicrcUl II nel. that evenimr. Sho told tl... ,i,...n.s Cincinnati ana Lexington A patent holds uood without renewal to .moment a new man. V .so. aauuo make that she supposed that faho teeth were in the United ,v M V ltv irpoimsontne.. .N Connections at Winchestei Status for 17 years. For in it I discerned what I had nover kept in stock and that people fitted AND A HAPPY COOK, USE hi liaved in till now, devotion that had uieiuseiveB. Watorbury Amorican. no limit and lovo which asked nothing It will be observed thnt every deino- - Tills notice forewarns hunters, fishermen Dd others not to trespass on our lands perin return. She seemed to be falterin" vjuiigrcpsiiiaii noiiunaieti lor re mission, as alt such will bo prmecuted without full, Digestion would bo greatly promoted to the . any deTtSn on the thrcbhold of that room, liko ono if rest est extent of the law. S'"jiel: election was indoised at tho polls by his n. W. OAINF.5. wno would like to enter but dot not after a ctuld bo taken for half an hour constituency I). VcKINNItY, of. or .un pari.cu.ar, a.ldres, any agent ol the MADE BY Co. menl. A inmtln last Tuesday, except one in Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, J. i.n JOHN O. LYNN, W. L dare, and in another moment, with a chest thrown Mrs ALICK lUUKhK. MUNSON.Trav out is excellent even in- California, where JOS. IIAI.I.OU Standi-forLEXINGTON-ROLLEerailo that pieiced mo through, she doors. When MILLS S. f. ... MORSK. Oetflte011'- W A. II VMILTOV nios. C I1ALI M C RKVNOLDS was in the market buying tho I. S. P1III.I.IP turned 'as if tv go. Instantly I forgot liouso the Iiarilsa walk is taken in tho H.E. HUNTINGTON. COMPANY, I. L. I1AU0IIMAN should bo tdasped at th which, in this instance, carried r. ji, 1IKCK.r. Mrs ALICE1 II.COOPKK, everything but my despair, nnd leaned I If. nf W A. COFFKY LEXINGTON, KY. M A. MA RUN, with it every poll in tho State. Times. ROIIKItT HARNETT. Mrs. GENERAL OFFICES: ly Semi-Week- TWILIGHT IN benOERLAND. J j rayed under-idguc- d 1111 1 Itluc-Ctras- s JBP (fflm. ru.-r- - CJflgssapfflr yswSL'ssm nu Am&,rwm&. .i . 1 1 cta-.- 1 hw3Wk wzzfjzz. Jss9i:mm j:-- .' s P- - I te ornn-menta- l. i . 1 . lUiWlvttTOATX, his-ai- . 11 pusei-cers- , i New York, 3 - HP ...": 1 - IOTSW BLEAKS (nAin.n)r'f?TA. . 1 AKlNs . R32MOVEDI 1 1 rs.u-1-rrl-- POWDER Absolutely Pure ' T- ad d I - 'J'"-""- J rjW T I tjurrns-le.rMtnrfu- RICHARD "- WARREN Ken-uck- tuir dire.t.-nne.o- of v, i.. Dr. TRICE, . , I NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. 1 OLD KY. ROUTE Washington, Baltimore .... 1 j !...,,. y PENNY, Dentist. & 1 . & 4 g .l rid-ni- g w . . ... MM -- IMS MEETS. IvU-Klll- , Johnson '!"' re-tir- AYRE3 u-l- A ,., .- I ,.-r KAST -- ,;,,;,' S c V - 'i I , ntvek-leh'- s .rjrr,!"""' iTi " JX 1 ,.,! MRWQK. ... '. Pineville, Kentucky. toi-y- r."'Paof mu. .- 1.- ..-. "One-two-th- ree," ,. W-I- I S w 1". .:,..' L ir- Kentucky Central R.R. Harrodsburg, 1 ",. - I .. .., VllrT.:iConlMonu, aOUin-WOM- t. i. 111 m s South-Hound- THE lULLl """""B "1 . ' i i a s i.i t4 iiii-.u- s i 1. 1. 11 , mim . 11 .I..-.1. rr . , 1 1 iij ,'..-.- l .11 .. - . . . '"' , ..I..Z 4 . . t; . - ye-tr- I l B i . iTSBjtISi Jr '!"-- "w "imr i - :esr 131 - tn-nti- . ' Kiig-lan- d 11 1 .' v r-- . . ,i. 1 1. . I Us.-- - 1, 11 1 IMS&E&i CREAM C - I , ttssm fl 111 JThWLf dW k -- I h 1 nil-m- () " GOOD BREAD POSTED. atd CREAM R FLOUR uS'cenl'.""' T. i. d Sena-torshi- p, VIcpS,?,8''., J i: IIRUCL, Chamber ol Commerce Uuilding. Cincinnati, ft. tay.. " amft'a sn s a - ft3 Mifiiii in ri iianHili ,aailnWPWlama1innlPi , I "mtalmtsliyrriamrrac. -- .'-.- AJfa!&J&iJ&k umUkfcbL JSm'l- hM.