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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889092401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, d889. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. DEATH'S DOINGS. 1 NO. 64 LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. M Hkazlkv. Squirrels nro more numerous than conllneinent, Mr. Allen Ueazley breathed they have been for years. his last Sunday in the tlUth year of his Rev. J. A. Sawyer preached at the, age. Ho win born in Garrard county in Methodist church Sunday. 1820, where he was held in the higliest Chestnuts are getting ripe and they' esteem and frequently elected to public are plentiful in some parts of the We it. ' His brother James and ho were ty. the llrst to hold the olllce of sheriir uu- The Lieu biothcrs, who weie jailed, tier this new constitution, each being for stealing u beef, were released on bond centH. -J- osiuh Wshop sold to Ware & Ver- - elected for two terms, lie married Miss Saturday. niillmn IM mule colt, ISO of them marcs, Mildred, daughter of tliu late Roy Stew-- j Several droves of line cattle have art, of this county, and came hero to passed through here recently for Central lor Foil Sale. Two Jersey cowh with live some 12 or 15 years ago. His wife Kentucky. We K. M. Jackson's horse, Muck Knight, III.,' nlm-i- . Iioulim In Milt im heifer Olives. Calves three IllOlltllB old. mid eight children are left to mourn S..rt. 'I".."f' their loss, which is his eternal gain, for got second money in two entries at the of its wintry quietude. Mr. 1). 0. HlmtKli-te- r J. 0. Carpenter. A Tom's Klvur, X. J., has tliiK two he was a good man mid uu humble fob Somerset Fair. from Dripping, has retired entirely A great many sweet potatoes have bushel of poUtoca from the seed of a lower of his Master, whom he accepted hut we expect him to allow up Mingle tuber planted last June. years ago and became u member of the been brought to town since the frost by next season. T. J. Cuitis wold to M. F. Arbucklo Christian church. After a service at his Wednesday night. There is but a mnall amount of sick In a dillletilty near Hush's Store, season, which is Haying a forliraham llros. 51 extra yearling mules late residence at 11 o'clock yesterday, by ness here this Rev. John Hell Gibson, his sorrowing 'Thursday, George Chestnut severely great denl for the health'ulneh.s of this for i'M. Richmond Register. John Hiihauks, of Kockeastle, sold family and friends followed the remains ' stabbed William Urock. 'Overcoats, this locality, while we re.ui ol levers Marsh Watkins was brought to town to the Lancaster cemetery, where many prevailing in many places, we have but to James Howard, ol tlio llfuhlanii soft, others united in paying him the IiNtl Wednesday charged with rape. He j ity, -- -' head yearling heifers at ?1'--'. few cases of such. rvwniveil examination and gave bond for tribute of respect. Robert Thompson, ourhiiBtlinstock Boots Shoes, The farmers are busy putting ini l ...ill At ft o'clock Friday the long life ofsj cnuuiit court. l... Int.. innliT snlil ul Iliiivlllii tliix week. Tt'2 ...1.1..1. ........ ...i s. Gloves: Mrs. Elizabeth Myers came o a peaceful, A dillicultv occurred at the church Kettlntf in on account of ern having mules ut S"i2.o0. Mt. Vernon Signal. Mrs. at Pittsburg Sunday night in which Kd Jones' Udy Jones ran third in cbee at the home of her daughter, ilri...l mi " lnulv. but these cool niimts ., . ...,., ..... .it l.oulsviile Mil W. F. Ramsi'V, where she had been for Marshal Spears shot a young man u, few nml clear ilays will harden the acids of tlie race lor '.'.year-oldbe complete whole stoch unlay. Carter I!, ran the half mile hi sometime. She was 82 years of age and mimed Miller through the arm. j and dry it very fast. vegetation her tlentli resulted simply from tho clled Mr. Till Williams, of auctions oil' the ef- 51. Mr. J. R. The Sjiringlleld Leader reports sales of their weight. She was a native of Mrs. Lucy Williams, died at his home ' fects, which he cinnot take with him, of 25 ewes lit SI; l.l'l mixed sheep atSXoO; next Saturday and moves to Lexington. butcher cattle at 2 to 2 J and 50 barrels of Rockcastle and was twice married, llrst about miles north wf here. Tuesday.! to John Cook, by whom she had t wo nnd was buried at the Southard burying) Mr. T. C. Davis ami family are going to corn ut;l.50, j children, Mrs. Judge John Fish and the ground next day. move to Stanford and Mr. itastln, of Very few cattle on the Lancaster late Milton Cook, of Rockcastle. Her Dave Jackson returned from Louis A. Collier, will move into the house market yesterday ami they sold low. second husband was George Mvers and now occupied by Mr. Davis, after having Mule colts bought 50 to $I7 mid aged he has been dead full 25 years. Six chll- - day to attend Harlan circuit court. Wil- Home additions ptttlo it. mules $100 to $147. i ilren blessed their union, four ot wliom, Imui Hay ward, depot agent, who has' Mr. J. 1'. Chandler returned home Tliu wet weather has sadly Interfer- Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Kliz.ibeth Carson and i,wn 8ick for week at Middleslior-ough- . several months, is slowly Saturday, after a they now ed with tho peach crop In New Jersey. lie nay money there Is "Moating In iinterdou county alone the loss is James and Frank Myers survive. Mrs. improving. Miss PeaH Hrown, of hud been blind for 10 years, but caster, is visiting friends, around like leaves in the fall." Mr. Jos. placed at $100,000. r isg in her allliction she was suatained by n Colley nml Dr. Anueudt made another A man in Nicholas county sold n never faltering trust in her Redeemer.! MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. visit to Middlesborough. Mr. prospective Shorthorn bull to a Cincinnati butcher Whom she accepted and uniting with tho i g j01u.s i,tt8 80d oul ,is Kim8a8 W. 1'. White has gone to Cumberland for $21.50. The animal cott his father Reform Churchin its very inf.ini-y- . 10 Gap, thence to Tennessee, to be gone BtorC. lllui witli his oM Loufsvillu partner1 $8,000, but had outlived his usefulness. lived and died a christian. The runinltm soon copiplete. every j, days. Mr. J. S. Josliu, of Mt. Vernon, opt.neii n blir uDtabllaliiufnt in MidS. M. Owenssold his black yearling were taken to Rockcastle Saturday foriiivf ,ut.wboroiigh. was here Saturday. Gambettn (Illy Friday, to W. M. Rue, ( ti.nm.tif. .. . ii t .'ivcrs, oi mis county, .lias a Miss Kate lloglc, oursuperiutendetit "u. i.. r ' $100. Her name is I'oca -- Mr.J. A. Moore, the schools, was here Friday ad Danville, for of nubile i8a(l(0 le bought in 1841; which he has of our handsome mil- rem in Courts in honor csuiie mini in rviiigiviiii-- , nie.i omi- - ....... .... ,,,,.,,..,.,,., nilli :, S1,.,11S .... justing the location of a liner. day of cancer, aged about 45 years. Mr. as new. Tliu only jd smi- one of the districts in which there has wool Cloths, The weather service reports that but Moore was a splendid citizen and Mr. been quite a squabble for sometime. ll,nB for! ning wheel we nave seen &c. Cloths, little damage was done to the tobacco in did very much lo benefit the communi- many years is tiller, our handsome young Arthur at Mr. M. J. Miller's this this State by the frosts. More than 50 ty in which he lived. He was engaged place, druggist, has gone to Winchester. Mrs. its buzz reminds one of daysiong , Misses Shoes crop has been cut and for several years in the land business cent, of since passed. J.S. Cooper, Mrs. C. A. Redd anil Miss per balance the be this week. fogi will mid bv iivvstem of thorough advertising Lyda Kdtuiston returned Saturday from the K. T. Young's splendid little farm of brought many valuable citizens to his in ids sketches of the coiningiawmak- Manchester, where they have had a serviceable schoolj? 120 acres mid his house mid lot in section from other States, who purchas- ers, ureen Keller has the following, ,7, .. nice visit. will be bold without reserve at ed farms mid greatly improved them. about our member: Mr. J. 0. Noble, of Louisville, reppublic miction on the 1st. Don't forget Mr. Moore leaves a wife and several see us. "R. C. Warren, of Lincoln, was once' Come resenting the Southern Ruilding Associait. Somebody is certain of a bargain. of ma- 'or twice Commonwealth's Attorney in; cbildien, who have the sympathy tion of Knoxville, Tenn., was here Fri. U. Salter has bought of diM'ercnt ny friends in their great loss. his district, and the State never was day ami Saturday urganuitii: a branch served more honorably and faithfully. -are all good parlies III good cotton mules, 15J hands here. These associations CHURCH AFFAIRS. liik'li, at $1 12. At Shropshire's sale corn Ho is yet in the prime of life, and enjovs and induce perMns to save concerns sold at $1.50 in the shock; stock hogs at Kid. A. P. Cobb, a noted evangelist, " 'nrge law practice at his home. Ills each month or week a small amount of Adwill 5 cents mid yearling mules at $VJ. begin his meeting at the Christian people know him familiarly as "Dick," will their earnings and place It where it vocate. church here the first Sunday in October. and they have good reasons to be proud draw interest and when properly manYe stoch now W. W. McKiroy sold 2 jack colts to The Southern Methodists dedicated to have him represent tl.em. They ex-- n aged is perfectly safe, mid every one who II parlies in Royle county for $15'1; one pect him to revive the glory of old $20,000 church at 20th and JeM'erson can would do well to take shares in one. mouths old for $250. Thompson t SpaldLouisville, Sunday, Bishop eoln, who in her day has furnished A home concern llrst, then in a foreign ing bought of Iti'ii Spalding 21 mules, to ers in public Assemblies, and attractive olliciating. one, yet it is well to examine into any' in Oct , at $1112.50 per head. The National Convention of Colored men in public life, and their expecta thing that promises too much. Money be delivered Lebanon Knterprisc. ltaptihtsnt Indianapolis reported that t'ons and not without reason." can't be rolled up like a snow ball and We best selected I. W. Guest's bay coll, Heron, by there are l,:',02,27;i negro members of the itself every mil over. double Piobably the huigcnt "bee" line railHarry O'Fallon, won the St. Lugerstakes Church in the I'.S. way in the world is that from Buenos miles in 2:i:tl, Wiiosk Kyi: Is It? Taste or pin sev- worth $:t"iH), Friday; Rev. J. M. Bruce left yesteiduy for, A 11. .4 t.i tin. (tint .if tin. lulu.. It ...ii. time ever made in the race, his could be eral newspapers together. Cut a num- the quickest .nw charge nt Glasgow .going thence 0M iV,rt k,,i,llltl, or ilbout -, , which liai been a feature of tho Louisber of holes in them about IS inches " """"! mid In as straight as mi arrow. The' one and the salary iinerai. apart and each n little larger than the ville Clubsincu IS75. of higliest grade is about I! feet to the mile. Our Twenty-thresous of George Wilkes Klder W. L. William closed a meet- - It sr. ttjitt. ini fot'in.i tin.) human eye. Now fasten this paper qualtitnl we complete, clhiitiii tl(il (1 sons of Al- ing at Goshen Sunday with 12 add.tions. l" 1ve ' MMllll- (tint lllf OUVtllll around three sides of a clothes horse. IS sons of Haiiibletonian, thm,fri. ,, m) ,,rl price. I sonsoT David Lambert, :i sons of S by ImptiMii. He was here yesterday,' Some of the party go inside and look moin, paper, placing Klectioncer, 5 sons of Happy Medium fct'ling none the ivorm' for his week of,. Three sixers all under 15 yeas of age, through the holes in the tha-- sons of Volunteer have so far in Missouri, weigh together S'X pound-- . very hard work. their faces close to it. The rest remain and this ver contributed trotters to the 2:a0 ABaptistreviv.il at Mackville, in Lydi.i, years old, is the heaviest, outside and try to decide the owner of county, closed with III! addi- - ping the beam at :7:i pounds. Two of each of the Mil ions eyes betur.'nig upon list The Sentinel says there were 000 cat tions. The News says three protracted the trio have six lingers on each hand to say, however familiar them. Strange sterling market court day, meetings there inside of two months and the same number of toes on each all the playeis may be, they will Mud tle on the Ml. A C SINE. J.N. MENS FEE of which were sold at 2 to .'Ic. have converted INI souls. foot. Tin parvnts an of ordinary size. ',-- ! l"iJ 1, Si K.M2I this a very dlllloult task. Try it and see. H CV 4J hV rasa mm 100 suckling mules sold at $10 to fkt Qea A dispatch says, "While making n The game is well worth th vmy slight About The four new States bring in an urea required. New York Mail $00; about 000 sheep changed hands. The prayer at a camp meeting near Little preparation Dealers In- a vertigo pi ice of wethers was about Ilcts. Rock, a Methodist preacher named J. II. about equal to that of all New Knglamh and l.xprcss. per pound and the ewes sold for a little Crouch was arrested for forging drafts." New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West VirJohn Kelly laid upon our table a twin more. , The cruel ollWr might have waited till Delaware, Maryland, egg, joined together at the short ends, Tate ,t Catron sold to Jet.se Fox 25 the petition was ended, even if the pray' ginia, Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana coni- Etc., bined. It is an urea three times as great which iHii great curiosity. Green River iiiule colts on mi average of $0S, two bay J&TSTT) BX.X3STDS ers of the wicked do not avail. Briti-- li Times. Isles. horses to M. Cooper for $205 and lo A. Rev. K. J. Godby. the new Metho as the Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, It must be very annoying to havj peo- Wolf 12 head of good cattle at 21 to It dist pastor, preached at his own church y somebody has discovered that ple come into your olllce and lay eggs cents. They bought from diMcrnut parST-A-T F231TOB, and at the union meeting at tliu MloIR,s t..m b(, nsi.,i aH r,,,, ni(l now tiey and things on your tables and desks. ties in Pulaski and Rockcastle, 112 head Christian church that night. A very A sack n to j,, California. comm,i Cedar and Locust Posts. Why don't they construct nests and lay of mule colts at $10 to $85 per head. w Lumber Yard. large audience was present at the latter ,,fRtom.s weighing SO pounds will last carry a full tor k of everything found in a their eggs at homo? Jessamine Jour- Somerset Reporter. A. C. SINE, llmincss Manager. servjee and the impression made on it as iomi us ,,.,! weight of coal mid nal. A. T. Nunnelley made the following was of a very pleasing nature. K,.(,atl.r intensity of heat. stock trades Friday; llought of J. M. Deputy Marshal Howes has found, Marriage is a sacred and beautiful state els.; Copelaud 200 sheep and lambs at A West Virginian tniiiiedntinystrenm out that he can't very well be a preach a sympaThere is no comfort like having at of L. D. Garner 11 of water to fall diop by drop on a lock, thetic companion to turn to in all trou- 2J cents; of J. C. Colley 21 200 pound cr and Mil tho duties of his other olllce at IlanU Krenlnit, Short lltiml, .IV. I 9 K? Bl given up the and in live yems it luw worn n hole tlm same time, so bo has Write for r.ir;yn timl V IILLab IX Y Iv ble. I don't IhiIIovi in marrying money ;U cents; of J. Marsh Colley 10 hogs at is very evident that Mr. en inches deep in solid stone, proving It or beauty. Thexo is nothing liko genuhogs at $:i.(5 mid sold to R Howes was not called of God to preach. that wab-- falling day by day weius the goodness t form tho ine, liromiugh Rt fat yearling heifeis at cts. ii. must Iiiivii answered when souebodv hardest rock away. SEMINARY FOR YOUNG foundation Of happy imiiiied life, and nonSrctarlan School for T. D. Ripy shipped to Chicago Mon- else was called. NAMM Il.l.r.Tl'.NN. A relUirtUlirUtUiilioiiie.tliorniishlruritaiiliril woKlrlmen should know that the plainest "I lie world cro weary tirnisincmcn. lniiM nt stuily tliiuoiiiih nml rl. 'chuol In llioNiuth or nl ran uDr h inure of cattle, about 220 in Illume or !rmnnliT n mniii. Ihi k. I.argut enrollment of any srl.onl for jrlrl In llieclly ilurliiR Dm 0f heir, praised- -" Alllt Wl.mii Kr inner ra- day, 11 Paitor S. Ftanhll. assisted by Bey. man may ucqiiiio beauty from r llouril iriliireil to tJiiiHT mouth 1'jr mtiiluifue uWnn .!. It. HANl'Ol K, rrinrliul. l'Ht ' number, bought some time ago. They Brav. of CarrvvIIIe. Teiin., ltuv. O. I). Hut never wiMricd irrows the pen diance of it noble nature. cost Whuh writes the truths that have nmaied averaged about 1,250 pounds and lleudricksoii and Key. J. V. Malum, tliitiij i.i.lo iiinn hi. lints n iiiunn sin t tli.il be Mr. Ripy $:.50 to $1. John C. McUrayer in Uu, .Viiiv York Citv TWENTY PROFESSORS recently held a glorious meeting 111 phyMcUll. aml who haw ,,een rcitrrea ,ocolll. have AND INSTRUCTORS. of and 7 i w, 'M men bought 10 mule colts at from $00 to $78, Ills church at Jellico. The meeting COll- - .,etnhcalih by iisinic that safest of all remedies tween the hours Agricultural and Mechanical, employed in stamping letters, at the and Frank James, of Mercer, bought 15 tinned two weeks. There were 'J2 addi- fur functional irregularities and weaknesses which are Scientific. Engineering, Classical, are the hano of womankind. We reler, of course, OS" rate of IS.OOO each pur hour. A hew dev at $00 to 85; Mfty ewes sold at $:1.50. tions to the church, 18 by baptism and to Dr. l'ierre's Favorite I'lescriptlon, tho only ice which pohliiiaiks 21,000 letters por Andeison News. by letter. The saloons and store keep- guaranteed cure for nil those chronic ailments A test made at the Iowa Htuto Fair ers closed up their houses of business on peculiar to wmnen. Courses of Instruction. to have been imonted and hour is said Read the guarantee on the ntersimo bolllcwrapper. r.crrvisD count v a get to work in that olllce. The now ma- showed that the best Jersey cow iiinilu a the hour of the day service. li.iiI Vrtli'rmniToii dilrri V'lli'iiiliVfll. X Pa I'. of 0V8. chine lias been on trial two months, imniil nf Imtter from 2l'.'J Douuds To regulate the stoma Ii, liver an 1 bowels, Dr. is rapstamping 500 letters per ininuto as a milk; the best Uolstein cow of tho Homo The business of I'ierce's Pellets excel. One a ilu.c. AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL while Farni Co. made a pound from JU.l, maximum rate. idly appreciating in Kentucky, Tennes' . SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Uolstein made tho see mill otjier Southern .States. At presM. K. Moore's best Bobb'h Ohorry Cough. Syruy. SHELBYVILLE, KY. will soon feel how it is Martin Tupper is Kivini; splendid satif.ictli n to tin trade and pound of butter horn 2(1.5 poundsof milk. ent good mountain ewes command from Foundod Mnrch 25th, 18S5, by Mrs. sates are positively marve'oits, vvliich can be cow made the pound from to ho mi octogenarian. Tho "Proverbial A Julln A. Tovis. bead. There tire now thu 5:5.50 to $4 per ad- '2'J.b poundsof milk. for in no uther way except that It is Recounted Philosopher" was educated for and The oldest School for women in the South. Teachers are Rraduates of said to bo 570,01)0 largo sheep breeders in without doubt the best un the market. Ask for impedithe best Colleges. Prepares for Wellcsley. Accommoiiations expenses. m mitted to the bar, but n Another hotel nt Old Point, to cost the Uniteit. Slates, besides fully 100,000 and be sure you get Oie genuine. We keep it. A. vcrv particular. Terms reasonable, aud include all School speech prevented him from ment in his R. Penny, Druggist. $oOO,000, will bo commenced noxt month. who own small Hocks. practicing. Just arrived, at A. II. Souks', n bouncing girl. Both mother ami child ilolnjj'well. At i m. Saturday. L'Stli, at tliu residence of J. II. Lawless, will lu Hold at miction two cow 8 and this household nml kiehen furniture. papers from the Wo received editors of the Ml. Vernon SiRiml. it Ih a clean, handsome nlieet ami n paper the citizens of that county should he proud of. We wish them success. -- Nearly all the visitors have left the 1 -- J. II. MeAIIstor houxht of W. Of paValysis ofter a long I Abraham ." ewes nt?:!."5. A livery stable nml (W horses were hut tied at .Sioux City, la., Saturday. A. T. Ntinnclley bought of J. II. Carfton, a lot of L'Dl pound Iiokh at SIJ.M). t sold to John Johnson, J. H. ot Hoylo, 110 Iioks, weight 11)7 pounds, at Uri-li- COLD - WEATHER. Oar i coun-olllc- e. are getting ready for ' j I ..! Is coming in daily. I part have already gotten in oar some-wher- e ' CLOTHING, vicm-ver- y Suits, - s in light and heavy weights, Pants, HATS, in stiff and latest styles; heavy in men's, women' and and Kid, Goat, and Bach, lined children' unlined. and Our will days. in father-in-la- 1 BRUCE McROBERTS Announce that ll.is-ti- n J -- SEVERANCE & SON are receiving Lan-Mye- rs 1 1 I New Goods And will have ss Fall Trade -' department I i well-know- n school-hous- e . ,, Wo ask you to Examine Our Dross Goods Jn all Ladies' a-r- e e - Henriettas, Ginghams, Pansy Penangs, Prints, &c, and Children's from the jnanuacture?'s in the country. linen satchel given away with ,.1 j and 1 NEW are x GOODS ! of ' Lin-street- s, lead-Keen- Fall a Winter OrvOoods receiving our 1 1 A """,r e "" .,-- the have Jeans Pants, Overalls, Flannel 'Shirts, $'c, that found in the market. stoch ity and - I staple and fancy GROCERIES is and guarantee satisfaction in 111 d T ONES BROTHERS. 1,1 two-third- s ' ROUCtH AND mi& 11 ,il & wggiw&r J.-- LL--l 1 DESS3SD LUMBER, F GSASH, DOORS PATENT Laths, Shingles, peach-Sunda- . WTiEtE A1TO j ; ,, first-cla- n .'1 - - j j sev-pulp- BRYANT & STR ATTON Busmess College 7ffriii;. f liij'rmllu,LUy9)ntf 35 f 220-poun- d r '. WARD'S 11 LADIES. rr-'- l ele-kh- ii car-loa- l'ost-olllc- o I. m 1 TATE COLLEGE! I 1 1 , KENTUCKYiSKSi t' freeov tuition. I Il. '!. slieep-raisin- g Hod-polle- d tc IENCEMLL. nrst-cins- s 6 -- i.iAn.J,'- ... hv- i,J... mm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm . t ' "3M3itfliffiwsgii -- wyp . wTyjjy.-m-- .. vf4 ' .A ""' f " t, -- r - f . 'J!jgWwi'ayrtTag3saaafciaB jrl'v f W " T fw yg vn ja t . v ,, -- i ' ' " y.,.....,,.,!, ,. i,.,.,).. .mMinny Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kenrescntatlvo. E. N. Morrell, of Instkad of adoptinn tho usual cut and dried resolutions tlui Teachers' Institute Kansas, is the latest siiKKesti'on for PenT ! . " r in Dubois county, Ind., not outsido of sion Commissioner. E. I Norton, of ABhlnnd, Ky., has the bcaton track nnd re olved to ask Stanfoiu), Ky., SEriEy iKU 24, IE '9 that a thorough course of instruction on I been appointed chief of n division in tho the effects of tight lacing and painting 2d Controller's office Tho big SU Louis Fair, worth the face with injurious coemotica bo inW. P. WALTON. in cas,h premiums, opens October 7 troduced in tho public schools. They also denounced the custom of chewing nnd continues (5 days. Tho Big Four hns purchased tho of gum, of using wire, cotton and sawdust Ik less than a mouth the democrats this county will bo called on to decide Dads to deceive in regard to beauty of Ohio, Indiana k Western, therebyndding who shall be their standard bearers for form, and of bustles to occupy unneces- 250 miles to its system. Seven dwellings in Quebec were decounty offices to bo filled at tho August sary room in every conveyance and renelection 1800. Tho committee, which der necessary tho use of much expensive molished by n land slide and r0 or more met in July, prescribed that the vote material for drosses. This is reform with persons are dead in the debris. The Sovereign Grand Dodgo of Odd shall bo by ballot, but nc are sure when it a big H. In tho days when tho blue laws We Goods, Kewland's prevailed there were heavy penalties for Fellows will hold its next session in meeta in response to Chairm in IStX). Kns., in September, call, pulished in this issue, it will recon- ladies to pad or otherwise change their Kdward Floyd, n mill owner in Brax sider the action. The plan is clumsy forms with intent to deceive, but those is much days are past never to return. Neither ton county, West Virginia, fell on n cirand unsatisfactory, besides it more manly to go to tho polls and voto a life sentence to penal servitude nor cular saw nnd was cut to pieces. Herman Harms, a Minnesota farmviva voce plan. The capital punishment itself will deter the by tho average girl from trying to make herself er, hns been asleep for 12 years, during qualificaorder for the election fixes tho ever tion of voters as follows: "Democrats more beautiful in form or figure and all which he hns awakened only three times. Pulaski will vote Oct. oth on the and minotd of democratic proclivities, the denunciation of and homilies on tho who will attain their majority by tho evils therefrom resulting will go for question of subscribing $75,000 stock "in the proposed Cincinnati, Alabama and next August election, shall be allowed to naught. Atlantic Road. vote." This seems to bo plain enough, the Capt. Uaither, Gkn. Mattingly & Sons, distillers, Louisbut tho committee should fix some stan request Hill andHoward and Willat Jen of Wils ville, have failed for $100,000 ami J. B. voto dard of determining by a previous two weelts people of as to a man's democracy. These and nings, met them out in tho mountains Mcllraino & Sons, securities for them for 12 miles from Harlan C. H., Friday and $10:1,000 have been forced to assivn. other thiiifrs will be attended to at the evening) to sec Brewery at The Chri8tian-Moerleimeeting called, which we liopo will be had nn interview. "Both expressed HR as being tired of the lifo they Cincinnati has made this year 1,000,000 attended by every momber of the com- themselves mittee. None but good democrats should were living, and would surrender, but kegsVif beer, which would require 5,000 bo permitted to select a democratic tick wanted assurance of a fair trial and time cars tottninsoort nnd make a train 40 et and wo are sure the committee appre- to get attorneys to defend them. The miles long. they will como town (i Lewis Crawford, brakeman on n ,0' ciates this, as well as wo or anybody probability is that .. . we ' 1. j. this week and give themselves up. They cal freight of tho Cincinnati Southe tiui.t nip. n.m ,t.hf nni.n else. . v,"vu iiv Luiuiu rX4 7 sivvn vriccs. s.iid if they did not do this they would was knocked from tho train by a cover . MIb I M.I.I I II x rt Mill t!7 v SJTrW OTIII T V """w vircirootizv OUV every V to fair trial that ed bridgo at Wilinore and so badly injurThe Barbourville News gets after the leave the country." The these outlaws want is nn unconditional ed that he died. court for suspending imprisonment part Walter Duncan, who murdered John of a sentence for carrying concealed wea- acquittal nnd no compromise wlmtever Fleming, at Hopkinsville, a year ago, pons, when the accused is able to pony should be made with them. was sentenced to eight years in the peniup the fine, and wants to know by what Tii.v next prohibition election is to be tentiary, tho court holding a Sunday (seright it is done. We suppose that it is held in Connecticut nnd it will occur To he (liven by the right of might, but it ought not to Oct. 5th. The indications are that it will ssion to hear the verdict. Bamberger, Bloom tfc Co. have purbe permitted. The law contemplated be defeated by an overwhelming majorMain St., M. SALINGER, the making of the cowardly practice of ity; in fact it is stated that tho prohibi- chased a new stock in New York and n special train carrying their new sup"packing pistols" odious by providing tionists have become so thoroughly dis- full that both the penalties of fine and im- couraged by tho series of mortifying de- ply loft that city Saturday morning, arMEN YOU HEAR OF. prisonment should be inflicted, but tho feats that thev are letting the question riving in Louisville on yesterday. Louisville woman Cl.ira IMatz, the judges and Commonwealth's attornys go bv It is rumored that William Black, tho default.. This course, in view of nearly everywhere draw tho Hue at let- past failures, seems as good as any. Tho who killed John Dougherty, at St. Paul, novelist, has becomo an adept at poker. ting a man with the wherewithal pay people are not ready for constitutional Minn., a year ago, was Thursday found Dr. Jayne, tho new bishop of Chester, of manslaughter. Tho penalty is persistently takes exercise on a tricycle. Ins fine go to jail, thus making the law prohibition and thev say so in unmistak of from 5 to 20 years in the penitentiary. LucaR Silva. who was a doctor to tho onesided in its operation. where able terms every time they are given a Tho British warship Lilly struck a Independence army of Bolivia, hat be to of they were outside of civili- chance. Imaoinino rock oir tho Newfoundland coast and reached his ISDthyoar. new a. zation and law, some of the State guard Emperor William has become n memThe roster of the Orphaii Brigade Bank, seven of her crew' perishing. The amused themselves by shooting at tar- shows that nearly all of the survivors vessel is a total wreck, nnd carried down ber of the (Soothe bociety. which hns ltd gets within the limits of Pineville the have become as famous in peace as they with her considerable money and valua- - headquarters at dinar. Sunday they were there, nnd got run in were renowned in war and are filling the hies. Governor Dillingham, of Vermont, reA car on the electric railway, up cently earned $2.23 by appearing as o for their fun. LI. Taylor and Sergeant important offices of the land, Buch as Oils, School Boohs, Morgan were fined each $5 next day. In governor, appellate judge and on down Mission Ridge, near Chattanooga, slip- witness in a local lawsuit. low first-clas- s Nagy Fereuz. of Bares, Hungary, U beits notice of the matter the Messenger fa- the scale of honor nnd usefulness. Not" ped on the track Friday anil the passengoods. good cetiously says: "You bet we don't allow-n- one of them is n beggar nnd not one of gers jumped oil. Fifteen of them were lieved to le the oldest man in tho world. to do to come up here them would be pensioned if he could. more or less seriously injured nnd two Ho was born 121 yean ago. best workman-lik- e The tender, deferential and affectionate committing-lnwlessnesof no sort and wo The same number of men that were in have since died. Very manner of The body of the negro founil in Salt queen, his tho Prince of Wales with tho will teach themif theydoanyshooting in the Northern army are now drawing mother, is described as charmcountry they've got to shoot a man about as much money as they did in ac River, Mercer county, proves to be Dick ing. this Bloomlield, of Boyle, and a and not disturb the neighbors by shoot- tive service and crying for more. Jay Uould, Alonzo Reed and Mrs. darkey named Billy Hughes and a white George Westinghouso went to school toing holes' in the soft, peaceful air of the The Knights of Labor, which a man named Coovert have been jailed, gether They wcro all comparatively Sabbath day." ago was a powerful organization, in charged with the alleged murder. poor in those days. The fellow with the "Ulster County numbers at least, is said to have so near case of Jell Henderson nt BarIn the jwrtmit which Sir John MillnU Gazette, published January 4th, 1800," played out that tho entire executive bourville last Meek for killing Howard Is now painting Mr. Gladstone is reprer board has been suspended and the gen- Monroe, of Yellow Creek, was contin sented sitting, with his little grnndton seems to have been laying for the of the Springfield News, who bit eral lecturers withdrawn from tho fluid. ued until next term of court and u standing by his knee, at the bait and gave tho usual notice. The want of interest and more especially n John Hart, a was remanded to jail without of tho After Brer. Saunders has been in the bus- the lack of funds is the cause. It is fur- bail. A. strong etlbrt is being made to John Hart who signed tho Declaration of IndeH?ndcncc, drives n baker's wagon iness awhile, ho will find out that there ther stated that Mr. Powderly has alrea have him released. News. ' West Chester. Pa. are more copies of the Gazette floating dy prepared his resignation, which he This circuit court lias been the least at The shah will probably not visit Conaround now than there were citizens of will present at the next general assem- expensive of any held in this county for the U. S. at the time it is alleged to have bly. several years $0S0. The fines and for- stantinople on his return to Pcreia, he is unnblo to bcttlo nbout his republished. The copies are fac simbeen The blue and the gray commingled feitures collected and paid into the State by tho sultan. iles and the enterprising Yankee who with brotherly affection at Mission were $501. We draw from tho State ception King Mcnilck, tho now ruler of Abysprepared them for tho Centennial in 1S70 Ridge last week and but for the politi- $420. The Inst circuit court drew from sinia, is a fierco looking man, dark, tall, must have made a fortune out of his en- cians, who trade in keeping up strife be- the Stato $1,135. Binourville News. thin nnd nctivo. with piercing black eyes terprise. The Wyoming Statehood Contention and a long dark beard. tween tho sections, it would look very of their constitution M. Emmanuel Louis Cartigny. of Mr. Cleveland expresses much grati- much indeed ns if the wnr was really adopted as a part outspoken expressions on over. It is over witli those who fought a woman suffrage plank. The qualitica - i Hyeres, Frnnce, is a veteran of Trafal fication at thu tions are requirements that all the elec- gar, 08 years old; probably also tho doyen the tnrifTby theStateconventions, which on either side, but the bloody shirt tors shall be able to read English, shall of the Legion of Honor since Chcvruul's Haunters who shirked in war and fight have assembled this fall, ami which have It., fnll.f1.wlfvi.il f.ili7ntis nnil .invo liml ..... , UCatlL Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture hiv ..... ..,..(,... v.........- been in direct lino of his masterly mes- only in peace, will begin to get in their ui. Professor E. N. Horsford's tower fn and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo asJow months' residence in Wyoming. as such goods Virginia democrats only have work so soon ns Congress convenes. sage. Mrs. Edwards, of Rosalia, Kas., be memory of tho Norsemen, nt Waltham, can be bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will bccon-vince- d straddled the question and they are at Jons Goss, who murdered his own came enraged at the little child of Mrs. Mass.. will bo of stone, fifty feet high, present thinking more of defeating that I soil lower than tho lowest. child nt Lognnspoit, Ind., showed his Bloomer nnd killing it, throw the body and will be on tho sight of old Fort Norembega. than of the Nationnl policy so dear disgust at the jury's verdict of imprisoninton creek. Her hinlmnd witnessed to every democratic heart. But ns Mr. ment for life by promptly hanging himthu deed and it ,, pro., .1,1. that they w.U . wh C. says "party honesty is party expedi- self in his cell as soon ns he got tho uo lyneneu, as uioy uoui .mer rmmlcli renched tho ago of 08 vears Virginians ency" and is a truism that tho chance. Had the jury been equal to the being strung up lor a lew moments. with no perceptible diminution of his will realize in the long run. occasion Mr. (joss would have been Dealer In A sweetheart of Thomas Whallen, marvelous powers. Dinnh Saliferi, king of Senegal, visited The adventuress, who worked tho saved the commission of a second mur- one of thu firemen who lost his lifo at fire, had his re the Bamberger-Bloo- in the Wild West show in Paris the other voung millionaire, Robert Kay Hamil- der. mains disinterred and a ring placed on day. "How many peoplo in your coun-rankest sucker and became ton, for the The deatli of George W. Tipton.Npro-vissiona- l given him and try?" ho asked Col. Cody. "About 05,-- j STANFORD, KY. his wife, Bcems nt tho end of her row. governor of the Island tf Navas- - his finger which she had which he always said should bo buried 000,000." "Whowl A hi,; country, full Tho jury in the case against her for stab- sa, West mutes, is dead, lie was a or big peoplor bing her nurse with intent to kill, gave brother of Judge French Tipton, of tho with hiin. It had been taken on" by his Liberty, tho well known London dealer her two years in thu penitentiary. The Richmond Climax, to whom we tender attendants in dressing iiiin for thu grave. in Oriental coods. travo tho Junannso n The democrats of Iowa havo tho ' serious trial was a very sensational one and sincere condolence in his bereavement. lecture recently at Sakurngaoka, credit of putt' g in nomination a moderbrought out under sworn testimony iokio. iio told the natives tnnt thoy Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and UndertaknrV Rf nut t. But democratic wero permitting their art to 1ms vitiatod The friends of thu old farmer, Polk ately good Staco much of tho matter heretofore full and complete. We call special attention to our Johnson, will bo glad to learn that his prospects in Iowa aro not more cheery by that of Europe. than is the republican outlook in Kenson, Sidney, is convalescing from a seNeither Bishop Vincent nor Mr. Miller, J. Fletch Makcum, ofthoCatlettsburg vere attack of tho fever, which has kept tucky. Coinuiorcial-Ga.ette- . This Kime who founded tho summer school at Democrat, is announced as a candidate paper professed to think very differently Chautauqua sixteen years ugo, and who The best Casket o the kind ever invented. him at his bedside for several weeks. s of thu Senate. He for about Kentucky prior to Co'.son's Wa- nro thero loading it, is a college man. is a son of T. D. Marcum, formerly regis- To the Members of the Democratic Com- terloo, however. Mr. Miller's daughter is the wife of Embalming under the most approved method when desired. Thomas A. Edison, tho clecti iclan. ter of the land office, and takes after the mittee. A "beautiful young lady," giving her J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. old man in capability, cleverness und Simon Cameron in Ills will bequeathed You aro requested to meet at my oflico naino a3 Miss St. Claire, was arrested pulchritude. It would please his breth in Stanford, Saturday, October Cth, at 1 here for setting up and running a wliee his fino collection of books to the Young ren of tho press very much to have his o'clock, for the consideration of import of fortune, a machine by which and on Men's Christian association of Harris-burg- . This lias excited thought among ambition gratified. ant matters connected with thonpproacl which money is bet and lost. She was tho citizens of that city aof establishing a l A J . JLI. O (J ing primary election. brought before Squire Tinsley and held frco library and using Mr. Cameron's colg patent office is tho only The T. D. Nf.wla.vo, Ch'n. over in the sum of $000 to await tho ac- lection ns its nucleus. ZDZRUG-Q-IS- T establishment belonging to thu &o tion of tho grand jury, which is now in Professor II. H. Boycson, of Columbia government, except tho mints. During NEWS CONDENSED. session, for which she put up the mon- coilego, is remarkable, nmong literary the last fiscal year there were il(5,740 apmen by reason of tho fact that ho writes A. J. Barnett has been appointed ey. Hopkinsville New Era. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, plications for patents, of which 21,518 Tho barbecue on tho battle-fielof with conspicuous elcgnnco in nt least de- postmaster at Add, Laurel county. and were granted, including Jnmes Mitchell's brick residenco Cliickamnuga, last week was like the three languages. Ho is fortunate, too, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. signs. The receipts of tho office were near Parksvillo burned Friday. It cost battle itself ono of the biggest things of in being on terms of intimacy with disand expenditures 91H),C97. tinguished men fn America, England Phyticiani prescription! accurately compounded. $1,180,557 $10,000. thu kind ever known. Thirty tables, and tho Continent. Robbers got oil with $4L."00 belong- each J550 feet long, were spread and nil An Idaho woman has done something Don Jo8o Zorrilla, w4io was recently ,sjsjsmsjss1jsW "t"'i""cy v a no other woman has ever done before. ing to the Iron Exchange Bank, of Hur- were amply provided for. A crowned poet laurcato of Spain, is a Memorial Association was formed short, slender old man 73 years of ago. Hiram Shell is her name nnd her ley, Wis. Mrs. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, s with officers and directors equally dividAt Pliilllpsbuig, Pa., Seeley Ho has ti flno head, with whlto hair wonderful performnnco is the giving CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. shot and killed his wife and liOr ed between tho Union and Confederate brushed back from his forehead. His birth to a litter of six children, tlireo of all well ami doing well. Tho mother. lie then shot himself twice, veterans, tho object of which is to se- oyes aro largo and dreamy, and his mouth Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than each sex the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Ite. and is handsome His mustncho and goatco husband and father hns taken to tho but his injuries nro not so ions. Jeal- cure pobhe'ssion of tho battle-fielgive him a military appearance. paired on shortnotlce and warranted. ousy. mark its important points. woods. $70,-00- 0 ARRIVING DAILY AT THE LOUISVILLE STORE! are displaying the greatest line of Fall such as To-pek- a, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, d c, shown in Stanford, and at Prices that Can Not Be Compared have crowded our store from morn ing till seeking In this or any other county. For the past our county n tin inter ""A, j amount of sail "" li Trinn "u,."c uurains, 7 "mount of purchases and whalHhey j..... lur oarnam purchase the $1 Gives You a Chance on the Two Hundred Dollar Organ, away at THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford. Manager. - Having purchased the interest Mr. Stag;, I will conduct the business at the old stand, shall pleased supply the wants all I patrons from former and I Full Stock of Drugs Paints, style. ! o and Silverware at prices, for have a Jeweler, ready I a,nd jewelry repairs in the respectfully, Wall Paper, Jewelry watch s half-witte- d W. B, MoEOBEBTS. few-year- s SEW FURNITURE ST0REI MACK HUFFMAN, P1315P0 new-edito- lkn-derso- great-grandso- fal LA , I Mn-ho- , ,0' dth .1 B. lo WIBAMEM9 Goods! ! : 1 Furniture and Undertakers' The Largest, Cheapest nnd Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Celling Decoration and Window Shades pub--lishe- d. ti'-ko- HT3DESTKiTTCTIBlE BTTHIAX CASKET, Sergeant-nL-Arm- money-makin- Ao M PWWW JIA CrE"ATEIIJBI. d Chicka-maug- VBt Hop-kin- d 1 . . ..'.l .! y, , -- . t3,'..," s - tedf Semi-Week- ly F 4 i r f V h ' W? vv II ft" Mr. Helm has gone to Hrenthitt mid John C. Taylor, representing the pub. llshing house of J. F, Collier, is in town there will ho no service at the Tresbyte- ri"n church next Sunday. 1 Two more light frosts, making four in and oilers pur people a chance to secure Luelln Bhot he rself accident- BuiI wit, Dlckeim and all' standard works , FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 1889. Stanford Kv., Skitkmijku 24. 1881) nllj havo already appeared this Reason. on the installment plan. lly at Cleveland, while lying in wait for ..m 31. IIUIZBAIID, A. 31., .m m her divorced husband, whom, it is llio lot of heating stoves, coal hods, FixikotoUoDack. Jitu and Willis thought she intended to assault. &C, lust received ut Higgins b McKin- C, WALTON, BUS, ManoRor Faculty o( Kxcellent Hoarding Adams, tho two brothers who were sent At Itay wick, Tom IJurreBS picked a Thorough. Trained Teacher. given on application. Department. Diicipllne Strict. Instruction ney's. Full Information . to the penitentiary for hog stealing, have quarrel with Itob .Ship, who pulled his MEANS BUSINESS. at ?1 to J'J pur" dozen at A J. lately returned andaro cutting their cards pistol and began shooting. Iittd llurrcss, Harp's thin and next week. Take ad- so as to go back for longer terms in the Tom's brotiier, received fatal iujurles a. n. Com Kami Bcttlo your nccouiu vantage. Tunny. near future. They went to the homo of and Tom had one arm shattered and was ... Mrs. Capt. Daugherty, .Sunday, tore down otherwise hurt. Watches and Jewelry repaired and TiiBKplcntllil little farm oi K. T.Young warranted. A. It. Tunny. her fence, shot oir their, pistols and actYoun account in ready, please call nml near McKintiey will be sold Oct. 1. .See ed in a shameful manner generally. The NUW ADVKRTJSKMK.NTS. notice in this Issue. settle. McltuhcrM A Stagg. cause of their attack was the fact that TiiKbi'Ht placo to buy drugs, patent I)st. On HiiBtonville ptkn between it whs Mrs. Daugherty's hog that they medicines and toilet articles is ut A. It. ! .Stanford and Turnersville, a light color- had stolen and she had testified against Penny's. UtiY your school books, ink, tablets. ed wrap. Finder will be rewarded by them. They finally left, threatening to Mrs. Annie L. Cath no longer rftides with me perion are hereby input, pencilrt and school supplies of nil returning to this olllte. kill everybody who' appeared against a my wife, unil allcredit for anything on warnrd In- I my ackicainit Riving her duds from A. K. Tnnv. . . II 6i-W. C. CASH. them, on hearing which Mr. James Car count, I..II Tot hunters wilt bear in mind that ter demanded to know if they 'bad so PERSONAL POINTS. there is n penalty of $.'! for killing or threatened, oflcring to whip them both catching any quail, partridguor pheasant if true, but they swore they had nothMiss Fmm I'ukwitt, of IxnuNville, before the L'Oth of October. visiting friends here. ing against him or anybody else and .. .. All person knowing Ihemielvet to be Indebted I)h.wni Mas. I.. F. Ik' mi an went tn they were let oil' with u good cursing. Those enterprising young gentlemen, to.M.I. Kichnrdt, either for good or season of p . Louis. Ml yesterday. colts, will sjvtf trouble by scttliii? same wtlh James Messrs. How land & Thick1, drapers and Killed. Tho sensational report that Fre, as I have put them in his hands for settle, Miss.Irt.iA Tkvtox is spending a week M. I.. RICHARDS. 44 tailors, of Danville, made a hit in adver- tho picket line of the Slate Guard at ment. or two in Hustonville. tising by furnishing the crowd at the Harlan, C. II., hail been attacked by the Mu. W. 0. Tauk, of Irvine, Ii.h been har-HARRY A. EVANs, ball with handsome score cards. Howard crowd and one soldier killed, with Mr floored II. Hrucc. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, Mikm I.vtv Tati: has gone to ljuisvillo A Jailkii Jailed. Sherifl J. II. Teat I prevailed hero yesterday, hut it proved fti.ltvitriiil In .Tfitlnr rVimiM tin Kntiitttnv untrue so far as the Howards were con- to visit Miss Annie Frantx. STANFORD, KY Da. (5 W. HhoNAUiui is confined to Alex Gragg, deputy jailer of Laura, who '"m. Will MeFeet, a young man from r bis room and is quite hick. is cliarged with foigery to the sum of Hiirrodshtirg, was shot and killed by a Engineorinjr and Surveying in all branches. Charles (Wider, who hb Mu. MoiiaiH Stkm.k, now of Tadurah, f.'HX). This makes --'0 prisoners now in coiurade-iu-iirmusual did not know the weapon was is on a visit to friends hire. our jail. A DISIRAIll.i: loitded. The ball entered his back and m 'm .MlS pLOilF.M'1 Tllt'KIIKAUT llUSU'tUrll. My jeweler, Mr. U. Danks, has ar- passing through his bowels mine out in ed from Huntington, W. Va. SALE. rived and is ready to wait on any who front causing his death in a short time. W. ti. Hanky went to Middlcsborough I offer for sale privately my Residence and Five wish anything done in his line. He is This occurred st J o'clock Sunday and as Acres of Land on Danville street in Stanford. The Inst night to catch onto the Irmjiii. also an expert engraver and will do that soon as possible the remains under an house is roomy and ill goutl repair and all the necMn. S'oc Owens and family have movessary outh.uics are attached I'ossession gien kind of work at very reasonable rates, escort were taken to the railroad, where within two weeks afier sale. Kor further particu ed to Hustonvillo from Uarrodnbnrg. . a car and engine had been ordered to lars can on 1.01. vt 1,. wricn MJtiiiira, ry. oraa Mit. Maooik Giiavks, of Lexington, Is .W. 11. MeHolK-rtsdrt'ismeat Laramie, Wyorninic lerntary meet them by Train Master Sala, and M C. SAUFLEY. visiting her sister, Mrs. A. It. l'eiiny. Cai'uiit Him. Deputy Sheriff 0. J. they were brought down on thu mail 4t. Miss M miiiic Davis, of Turin, Is the Newland arrested and lodged in jail .Sat guest of Misses Kiln and G.ttewood Glv-cn- urday n negro named Hickman wanted train yesterday. Mr. MeFeet was less than -- ' years of age and is Bukin of as a inVoiuerset for obtaining goods under fine young man and a good soldier. The Mit. Jos. Skvkkanck went to Iuisville false pretenses and Sunday Marshal yesterday to l.iy in his (.ill and winter Hughes came up mid took him to facu accident is greatly deplored and by no WASHINGTON CO. FARMS one more, it is said, than hy Mr. Gilder. stock. his accusers. This is the second man Gilder haskilkd, Mas. J. S. lli'siiLKY, of Washington , Tiik dwelling on the Milledgevllle the firbl being a negro boy in Ilarrods-burg- On Wednesday, Sept. 25, 1889, county, Is with her p.trcuts, Mr. and Mrs. acciwhich lie also claimed was I will un the premises pike, formerly occupied by Doc Helm, It. C. Kugleimui. sell to the highest and best winch plea he was cleared uiuuer w unoui limn or reser e the r arm Miss 1h kik Dii.liox, of Crab Oiehnnl, but recently sold to Huv Sandidge, was dental, and on upon uhich I now live, Mr. Sandidgo hail after remaining in jiiilu long time. is visiting Miss Mary Davis Dudderur burned .Saturday. .. just begun to move to it and his piano and other friends here. The London Ixiys were on hand FriTwo hundred and sixtv-fnMiss Sam n: Mcltniik'ms, of Danville, and several wis of furniture were de- ll ty afternoon and at I o'clock they and Acres in the home and 3$ teres of timber detached is at Mr. W. M. mains' en route to stroyed. Defective Hue did the" work. our champions locked horns. The homo tract I ln lies within one mile of Willisburg. where there is a!a)i a good school, also a new The loss is thought to b.t about Itichiiioitd to visit friends. team got "town" first and led oil' with Christian church, daily mail connecting witfe the Mu. usi) Mas. K. it. Ww.i.k.v, of the with no initiraure. t) scores, and then the IxmdoiiH. came to railroad at Springfield, the county seal, good turnpikes In every direction, affording easy and com. Cumberland Valley llraneh, are visiting A cDTTI.no scrape, which will perhaps the bat and made one run and did like- pletenefacilities for freight and tr.tel. I farm is in koou repair, fencing Her mother, Mrs. M. I.. Harris. result fatally, occurred near Crab Or wise in the third and fifth. Tho I. Js., in eooa repair, couti dutllinir and altKd, Sates nccessarv Tnor. J. II. and J. F. Walton and chard yesterday. 'John Warren was com- who, it was readily seen, had the game outbuildings in L'ood lix. nitniv 01 iimocr nnu wa rcr, the land well rested and in a h!(h stateuf cul- Master Iulwin Walton, of Danville, were missioned to collect a whixd tax in his won, became carolers and made no more Ovation. Kery field, whether in irrasa or not. is in hue fix for crops. A tine orchard nud one of up to see Mr. T, It Walton, Sunday. district and called on Steve Kstes for his. scores till the seventh inning, when one the best I arns in the county Mit. ani Mus. J. II. Hitic.iiT have re- Ho refused to pay and Warren threaten was made. The lontlons then seemed IVrions desiring to look at this Farm will please he sold cash, the balance turned from a very pleasant visit to ed to levy on his horso. They got to to begin in earnest and made 5 scores, call. It willtwo yearsfur interest, or to suit pur. in one and with friends in Hart and adjoining counties. quarreling from this, when Kstes rushed putting them only 2 ucorcB behind. Our chaser, at the same time and place sell all I will this Mus. Kii.va K.. Hiu., of Stanford, on Warren witli a knife, cutting him in boys then began to play hall and at tho jean crops, consisting of Wheat, Corn, Oats, liar, etc. Also all my Horses, Cattle, Hojs, came up to attend the funeral of her the breast ami Hide three times. He finish the tcore stood 12 to U for the Farming Utensils, etc., etc. THOh R. I'HEU'S, UMlisbura, Ky. P. BURTON, Clerk. brother, Mr. ltobert Miller. Richmond then jumped on his horse and roda oil" homo club. There were no features of Register. At the same time iml PMt Hti'ten Itrjdthaw, the game worth mentioning, as it was a and is still at large. who adjoins me, will sell nis Farm containing Coi- - W. G. Wki-cis in Louisville drag nearly all through. Messrs. CharA; Ilarrett perform-ance- s SskskThikvkky. Saturday Will Fos- ley Taker, from lx)ndon,arid J. T. Craig, taking in the Ilootli ACRES COOD LAND came over and of this city, very satisfactorily umpired and other events transpiring there ter, Jr., of Iniroodfix. The best Farm for the price asked igton county It Is pcod, rich land and spent tho night at tho Tortman House the game and to the credit of both clubs this week. in a fine state of cultivation Nice new cottage, Mu. John A. MiitoiiKKTs and his sis- and on retiring left bis shoes outride to be it said nothing of an unpleasant na good barn and goodoutbuildincs. Will be and Maggie, of Danville, left this be blacked. The next morning they turo was Baid or done, something rather two ) cars sold one half cash balance in onifarms ter, Miss with interest. Possession of botn given immediately. morning for a visit to their brother, Joe, wvro gone and as Matt (iugen, a base remarkable in a pune of ball 61 THOMAS R. I'lIELPS. ball tramp, had left on the early train at Denver, Col. 1110 pune SNUtmlay morning was KEET' SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat. U. Chaki, of Danville, has and a pair of alloc supposed to be his Waterloo for the I. Js. Tho Ixindons A hitc Swelling, Miss Hkttik Syphilitic diseases in all its stages. Necrosis, Ac. Price $i per bottle HAVIS IRON HITTERS Is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia been selected as one of the Maids of were found in the rear of the hotel, ap- took advantage of Titcher Severance's it gives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles I live 9t rxri UUIIIV MUU II17KUUI )Sirislt Honor to the Queen at the Sattellites parently having been thrown out of the sore arm from the evening before and OATL.H'F'.'s WORM SYRUP is made of the best worm killers and expellers known to the med- window, suspicion was directed to him. batted him fearfully. Green was then ball in iouisvillc. ic.il profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and rcliable. Price a & PERSONALTY. Der bottle. Mu. Gi:o. L. Tkn.vy passed a thorough Detective Joe Tortman was dispatched put in the box and before ho had gotten LAND GA1T.IFPS MAGNETIC PILI.S for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache. vc. Acts as cnthartic. Price 35 cents per box. oxamination before the State Hoard of to Louisville, but he had not been heard wanned up live scores were also made oil Manufactured and tor sale to the trade by the s cer- from at last accounts. Tharmacy and was given a of him. This made 10 to 1 ut the second As Executor of the will ct Mrs. I.uciuda VanArs. . dale, dee'd, I will on tificate to prat'ticc. AMSKURG DRUG CO., inning and thus the game stood until To the Tax Tayeiwop Lincoln CounMiss Kmmi (iavo, the young lady who the fifth inning, when tho I. Js. scored Will be in I or one my deputies was hurt in the omnibus accident at Tar-i- s ty. I men, changing it to 10 to o. The re- At the late residence of decedent, about one mile Saturday. September -- Sth and IBCo from is at Col. Welch's, apparenton sell recently, maining innings were played without a publiclliistonsille the the btanford pike, of at highest bidder all Saturday October 'Jtith; Milledgoville, auction to the ly entirely recovered. October oth; Moreland i Friday, score, and old base ball men say it was estate ot the decedent, consisting of the Tub Register says that Gov. McCrea-ry'- s Saturday tho finest battery work on both sides OctolHT IStli; Mclvinney Friday, October 200 son, Robert II uglirs McCreary, has over done in these parts. Tho game was Try's Store Saturday, October h; I One yoke ol Oxen, I Shorthorn Cow, registered: gone to New Haven, Conn., to enter the lth; ended 10 to 5 in favor of tho Londons t j.yenr-ul- d Hull, registered; a Milk Cows and Wayncsburg Saturday, September I!Sth law department of Yale College. 3 yearling Heifers, 10 head Highland and the gentlemanly fellows composing Calves, 3 Steers,Fanning Implements and crops of and Saturday, October liith; llogr.'aud t lie of Mkssiis. 0. I., ami Tnriaow Won T.'tii; Stanford, Crab Orchard that nine bore their victory in tho same Hay, Corn, Ue, tic. Is Receiving- His The Improvements on the farm consist of a comhr.vo en- October Jokes, sons of Mr. C. M. Jones, commendable way they did their defeat and Kingsvillo every Saturday in Sep- the evening before, llrown, of Danville, fortable dwelling house of 7 rooms, a good barn tered Central University, which has the and other outbuildings tember and October. The new revenue caught the second gaiuoaud ho ami Tins-le- y ' Terms; I he land will be sold for J 3,000 to be largest attendance in its history. paid when possession is given, the remainder ill 6 (1 eeiits to every dollar of tax . 1) ii. Jos. It. Giiuiam, surgeon of an law adds months, deserve credit for excellent work. In und Jdate on in equal installments, uith interest Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a troth notes pa) able in bank, I'os.csston not paid by the first day of November Trial Indian Agency at Chamberlain, Dakota, the remaining seven innings, after Green given and good title made when terms are com. and 1 am compelled by law to collect it, had gotten down to his work, ho struck plied with. For the personalty all sums ol 10 passed up to Crab Orchard yesterday to and under, cash; over that amount 3 months' cred. everybody will please pay their taxes out 18 Ot miles the shortest, It hours quickest between out of 21 men and Wilson, the best t on notes with good security, with Interest from visit old friends. He is a sou of the late so time. T. D. Xewland. iate and payable in bank who died after reaching Ids before that Dr. Graham, catcher in thu State, held him to perfecI will take pleasure in showing the land to any dftdrinir to bid. Fritlay night tion. Tho London boys as n general onethe premises. as will also Mr. lohn Harmaii. f .Or100th year. MuitDEitEiis Caught. H. HROWN, Exor. on Hustonville, Ky , Sept. 0, 18S9. Mit. J, T. Chow was hero yesterday, John lticken was mortally stabbed at thing play good hall ami even though All persons holding claims against Mrs. Van- minus two front teeth, which an old gnu tho Troctor mines by Win. Smith nml a we stand 1 to 1 with them wo'll wager Arsdale will present them properly proved. Kntire Trains Run Through Without Change. H. 11. I that hadn't been fired for lSyeara knock- fellow named Hums, desperate charac- the rub game will bo won by our nameat a squirrel ters, who became enraged with him be- sakes. Manager Carrier and his entire ed out of him. He lire-Ki- t THROUGH CAR SERVICE. j and both barrels went ofi", laying hbn out cause ho asked thorn to go out of his club deservo much credit for their genTrain X0.1, Pullman Boudoir Ruff. et Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans for sometime and rendering u dentist's house when they became disorderly anil tlemanly deportment and wo are glad Chattanooga to Shreveport. As Executor of the late W. II llraxdale, I will services necessary. Train Nn. 5, Pullman Iloudolr HulTet Sleeping offensive lticken died in a few hours that if our boys had to bo beaten at all, at his late residence in Lincoln county, Ky., near Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati and IiIb murderers took to ilighK Ex- it was done by such splendid young Mcrelaud, on to Jacksonville ami Knoxvillc. Sleepers St. Louis CITY AND VICINITY. toNew Orleans via M. A-- O. pecting that they would try to(get off by men as composo the London nine. Very October 1st, 5GS3E propably our club will play them in tho Sell nt public sale, the estate of said llraxdale conII akn'eks, saddles and bridles cheap. the freight trains, tho olfk'ers telegraph Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 188) 4 , ed to the conductors of each and when! next week or two to settle tho tio, after sisting in part of one seining mine, some cows, i T. Metcalf. Three aueil and TCIfiWD TXI?. Capt. ltiehard Oreover saw a suspicious which the I.ntkiuou Jouunalh will pull one yearling filly, four heifers, two steer calves,' rtlCAX) DOW jr. New lot of jewelry and watches just pair get ou his train and conceal them- stakes for tins season at least. Follow- one snort noni nun, i.iiming impumciin, iuu, "TRAINSUORTH. IRAlNa S.UUIH nuts and li.iy, stock scales in More and. stock In received. W. 11. Mcltoberts. No. 41. No. . No. 4. .So. 1. No. 6. selves in a box car loaded witli lumber, ing am tho names of thu Londons and Danville & 11 ustonville Tiirnmke Comnanv: three No. 7. No. 3. No. j. Daily. STATIONS. Daily. Lint, Daily Fast u stock in Ilovle National Hank, of DanDaily. Dally. Ex. Sun. immediately had it looked and dis- attendants: Geo. W. llrown, G. 15. Iteid, shires blacksmith shop and lot in Millcgeville, Dally. Ex. Llm. Daily. I.im. Dally. o he ville; I.im. Ex. Sun, John A. Allkn is building a neat Ky. Cinciuuat .. ..A'rvl 6 40 a m 64a p mi to 25 a ni 330pm 7 J5 a m L'vc 4 03 p mi b 00 p patched to tho marshal of Mt. Vernon to C. A. Taker, D. Harbin, S. Oakley, W. Lincoln county, personalty, for all sums over ten 9 17 a on the lot adjoining liifl residence, Terms' For ..WilliamsliAvn. o 30 a m S 13 a m a p m 9 30pm 9 For boiiio II. Carrier, J. L. Lovelace, S. J. Wren, dollars, credit of three months interest at 6 per 10 S3 am 5 47l,ml 1039 pin' ............. bo there to arrest tbom. 4 10 a m Georgetown.. 7 34 a m ia 38 p in 39 a in 7u pm on lower Main htreet. cent, per annum from date; note with approved se Lexington., 48 a m 4 15pm 700am 13 to p m 3 . reason ho fuiled to boon hand and tho Thomas J. Moren, 0. A, Tinsley, J. J. curiiy, negotiable and payable In Hiiitnnville 11 30 p m 7 35P 1053 pinliojsain Lvc. .Lou. S. R. R....Arr and lot Said bl.icksmith-nhoNational Hank Mason's Quart Jars at $1 por dozen men were brought to Itowland, wheip I Moren, James llorciug, J. L. Iteid. Uiirgin I.ve. Arr, will be sold on credit of six months, interest from .linrgin .Arr a am ligpni 5 so am to 511 p m and J gallon do. at $1.-- 0 per iIommi nt A. tluv tniinneed in some wav to net out ofi date, iiote and security as above specified, and u 31 pm 845 rn! I) ei a mill 17 am Le a in. Danville.... lein also retained on said property to secure thu MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. a 50 p m a 59 pm a i6 a m 530am 10 11 p m tho'car. Finding that their game- had A. Warren's "Model Grocery." .1 m a a m ....junction City.. a m A InteriorJournal JIouhk Fon Runt. Toytoti. Apply to Dr. J. F Stanford Female College lk-xoi- ! J. a. .... 2, President. Tic-ri'H- NOTICE -- T. R. WALTON,- - Dealer Settle With James Frye. -- Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware ConfcctioiiH. Tobaccos, &c, RESIDENCEFOR MAIN 8s SOMERSET STREETS, s. PUBLIC SALE STANFORD, KY. Containing 300 Acres. ur Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. 00 f Fruit Jars, Tin Cans and Stoneware of the lands. Prices Always Reasonable. best one-ha- lf J T. R. WALTON. ... 300 of The Great Remedies! 11 Executor's Sale first-clas- m litis-tonvill- Tuesday, September 24th, WILLI Williamsburg, Ky. Co MUFILJIHT9 - Farm of Acres Land, MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 1 HsWB5?frrr Cincinnati and New leans.. 6o-t- EacQQ'ator's Sale, South-Uoun- Tuesday, '89,' IrtJs. . . I cot-tnc- 111 1111 1 V ip skipped, Capt. Greover and ltobert DaThe largest ami most complete line of of bis brukomen, Bet out to beating stoves will arrive this week ever vis, 0110 catch them and after a long search finaloirercil to the trade. Call and examine. ly found them in tho sand Iioubo and T. Motcalf. took them in tow. They soon had them . The five prisoners in tho jail at Ilnr-Ia- n in jail bore and noxt day Sheriff Matt 0. II., one murderer, three moon-Bbine- Mooro and Deputy Williams camo and and another, broke jail Saturday took them to tho Williamsburg jail. night and inadu good their escapo. Tho Thero i8 hardly a doubt of tho guilt of Boldiors were not guarding tho jail, it tho men as a bloody dirk and knives rail may bo propor tp state, Cloiu, tho man were found on tlioir persons. Tho of Stuort, could road men deservo much credit for their on trial for tho murder of all havo gotten away, but ho pioforrcil to work and desorvo tho thanks people. stay and let tho Jury turn hiin looso. m m rs law-lovi- to jo pm ii 33 P 330 30a mil 43 in 8 1 a m Somerset.... 105 a in 25 p tn 00 pm Oakdale 9 33 pm 11 3511 m 4 nam aj am! 415am 6 40 P m Ar'v, Chattanooga ...L'vrl 6 10 pm, 7 55a m 4a 8 15 am 4 a ram a m 7 00 p m'L've, Chattanooga.,.Ar v 7 35 am 9 to Atlalla, 4 47 an Ar'v I si p ml 9 49 P 3 00 pm' 300 pm 3 45 pm' 11 43 pm L've... Ilirmingham TLScnloosa..., Oi u m 6 08 p nt 30 .1 m L've Meridian looop m 11 S3 p ml This notice forewarns huuters. fishermen and Ar'v...New Orleans ,L ve 4 13 a in 3 35 P "! 630 a tii.il ooam others not to trespass on our lands without per I Arv 040 Dm!. .. - 10 a m L've....Meridian.. mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the fullInckson ....7Ar vi 6 lop m .., a ion m L've Signed: est extent of the law. .Vicksburg, .... 4oopml.. ,ii jjnin L'e Monroe 10.65 a ml- -., .1 4 3?pm L've veporU. .1 8 jop 600 a m1.... Ar v...Shre GEO. D. HOPPER. jrXT. J. HILL., HAUGHMAN, J.M. Mcl6l!KinS,JR. M.S. nKUCE No. 3, Pullman Iloudcir Ilufiet Sleeping Cars, New Oilcans to Cim ni Train Tho II. a.Ilotlmunl'ost, G. A. It., KOIIT.McA LISTER. J. K Shreveport to Chattanooga. S.II. IIAUGilMANr Sleeping Cars Train No 6, Pullmannoudclr BuffetruffetSleenipg New Orleans to Cincinnati. nt Klinini, Ni Y., has adopted resolutions S. H. SHANKS, HAUGHMAN. A M. KELAJjD MRS. HENRY Car Chattanooga to Ciiicinati and hieeport Train No 8, Pullman Houdoir and JOHN- - W. HOLMES, KnoxWlle to Cincinnati. condemning Harrison (or discharging E.T. PBNCE, sonville tcCinclnnatl, via W. A A. and E. T . V. .WO. Sleeper P. C. PARUISH. A J HAYDh'N, v. wOOLLEY. lrar. Pass.Agt., I.exingti M. L. RICIJARDS. their "honest and honuntblu comrade, D V. HOLMES D. G. EDWARDS, Gen't midTkt. A C.CAULT, General Manager. JOttN PUtLiiERT RICHARDS. , Cindnuuti Objo. f James Tanner." Powhatan Shearen, 82, antl MissLu-c- y Goodrich, 55, wuio married in Richmond last week. Col. F. 11. Hiley's pretty daughter, Miss Luey Itiley, was married to G. W. Colbert at Loudon last week, and left that night on a bridal tour to Knoxvillo and other points. purchase money. This Oct. ist, 1889. II. IIHOWN, Executor. j8 1 1 15 pin 9 10 pm l 8 so pm 1000 pm os a mi 1 1 s 111 POSTED. ' 1 1 . 111 - - Xortlt-Houn- Ps. v. 91 v : r SL ..Vs. ?. It-i- i l' k' ..t'l IB "nuiiTMwa pwm1 vYqrrry-it-- y n NW V.T , Vh3'T V t. - Wskpt A Interior Journal An Editor Loose. A Queer Verdict. I I I ' ing to Bristol england & then I came to Liverpool & now I am to a Bark with a general cargo & full of rats tbo Captain fulernagoos awl the time and swears tnost awful tho Fewl U no good Jt I as Jailer of Lincoln am slk of baring my sistein jamd ful of Beeru Is a Candidate for county, subject to the action of the Democratic awl tho time, wish had sum of tlia grub we bad on tho Saint Lawernco nil) you over furgit the party. bloobery py Uonerd sur wlch It was In tbo tale of the cote you give mo In bohlno tho lining t rlped It yesterday I found tho pa pent the are sum you was going to put In a Book I think I rite this to Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln connty, subyou witli my respeo A the Captain will put youre ject to the action of the Democratic party. oddres on this & male It fur mo at Naples wher wcero going. po more at present youre obedent I respectfully, John Maddox, ablu seatnan. ' That was a devil of a trip w e had on tho Cham-plai- n subject to the action of but If ever you cruso agan I would like to Is a Candidate for Sheriff, the Lincoln Countv Democracy. work for you never will forglt that py. This is the way an t'dltor feels when Sotno cases of comparatively recent he doeH up his sentimenta in blank occurrence will servo to illustrato tho Publlabod Evory Tuesday and Friday defects of tho coroner system. Tho fol- verse: "I would Hoc from tho city's rulo and lowing is reported: "Inquisition held on tho body of Holmes, desensts December law from its fashions and forms cut $12 J?JCK, YMAK.IN' AD VAJS"C1C 8, 1833. Wo of tho said jury, by being loose and po where tho strawberry summoned and qualified, and hearing grows on its straw, and tho gooseberry WWhtn not 10 paid $2. BO will be charged. the evidences, and making truo and grows on its goose; whero tho catnip tree resentments over tho said body of is climbed by the cat ns oho clutches for K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. said desensts, twelvo men met, and, beprey the guileless and unsuspecting duly sworn into tho case, belioves her Train leaves Rowland at ;:oo a. m returning ing rat on the rattan bush at play; I will that ho come to his death by some fit or t '4:50 p. m. other apoplexy. Doctor being duly sworn catch witli easo the satiron cow and tho by myself, coroner, states that the lobis cowlet in their glee; us, they leap in joy L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. mtmbrano of the spinal disease was af- from bough to bough on tho top of tho -- . 3 pm Mail train going North " " South t3Pm, fected to considerable extent." Forum. cowslip tree; and list while the partridge Express train " South it pm drums his drum and the woodohuek ' " North A Volunteer. 3'7m .630 am chucks his wood, and the dog devours Local Freight North 335P m South Absolutely Puro the dogwood plumb in the primitive soliThe lattertratns also carry passengers. above is calculated on standard time. Solar O, let me tbink from tho moss tude. The This powder never wines. A marvel purity. time is about ao minutes faster and wholesoinencss. More economical grown pump, that was liuwu from tho strength ordinary man the kinds and can not be sold In pumpkin tree! Knt mush and milk from competition with the multitude ol low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold null- in THOMAS W.VARNON it rural stump, from folly and fiihliion cans. HOYAL IIAKI.VU POWIiF.K CO., ,R 10S Wall street. New York. mush from the free -- new irathered for the Democratic nomination for Is a Candidate Count' Judge, subject to the primary, Oct. 19. mushroom vine and milk tho milkweed FOR SALE. IK one Acres of No. for sweet with pineapple from tho pine. address A. K Denny, Shelby dCity,sain. Call on cr ky. G. II. COOPER And then to tho whitewashed dairy I'll Is a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for turn, where the dairy maid hastening County Clerk, subject to the action of the primary SALE OR RENT.- election, Oct. 19. butter to hiep, her ruddy and golden-reflood House and Lot at Maywood. Sultahle for churn from the milk of her butterflies; doctor or leather tiooil on lot BOGLE MISS D I.. STF.l'HF.NSON, Apply to and I'll rise at mom with the early bird 1' Maywood, Ky Moses (turns tho fenco corner on all to tho fragrant farmyard pass, and watch Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools o Lincoln County, niccuon nuuM, ioy, fours and has a surprlso) I yil boss; dah turns his herd vf grassyou is on do lookout. You right, too. I while the farmer Pacific Uinon. hoppers out to grass." B. PAXTON wuz jess droppin routv to let you know I keep on hand a No, t quality of Jellico. Lily Leave in my( orders ai An invention which promises to revo- and Nut Coal .n)er yard auu iiit-- your lie niicnuIs a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to dero wuz heap o' thiovin' niggers about, mu w o win siuru en wuz scrouchin' down fur feah deh lutionize the action of the Democratic party. I U. IIIGGINS. the present method of railroad ed to piotnptly. might seo mo fust. Scribner's Magazine, Starford Ky construction was put to a practical test oj HARRY A. EVANS the invenrecently by Georee Roberts, A Sudor's Letter. for Surveyor of Lincoln countv. 3 fanM.-it1110 louowing letter, written ny n tor, in tho presence of about 300 railroad Democratic Primary Election, to be subject to the sailor to ltis former captain, is nailed to experts. The machine worked beyond My held October 19, 1559. New House on Main St., tho wall in tho ofllco of A. T. Honey, the the expectations of the inventor, the Stanford, Ky, For terms apply to Mr. W, H, ship broker. It is a masterpiece of its men layini: ot the rate of '$ miles of , W. McCXARY ..,, . H. . , .. .w It.E ,.I,IMC. r J kind, and between tho lines can bo seen track per day, and 12 men doing tho 3 LirriK n 1IUI.MI-.Sof Public Is a Candidate for Superintendent tho vicissitudes in tho lifo of nn able Schools, subiecttothe Democratic Primary Elecwork of 75 by the old way. It handles seaman: tion to be held in October. DISSOLUTION lies and rails of the heaviest kind used on tho Bark firefly, The copartnership of McRobcrts Si Stagg is by honord sur Korucl Nox send you by this male in constructing mountain roa'ds with mutual content dissolved, Mr. Stagg retiring, anil OTIS P. a fu sheets of riting wlch belongs to you Its no us to me I bar Been n long ways senso seen you the greatest ease, placing them rapidly the business will hereafter be conducted by W It, McKoberts. Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub. shipped to Halifax & there had a helosa time go- and accurately in position. The accounts will be jointly collected and the ject to the action of the Democracy. ly dll-igo- Semi-Week- ih.leadb.il paper of Central Kentucky, luesday and Friday of each week, taper year Send 30 cents and try It for three months Address II. 0 lloyle, Business Manager, Danville, Ky. ij I1 Stockmen ol the counties of Marlon ltoyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Washing, ton will find all the news relating to matters of interest to them in the T? A11UJ1(.L0, A "DTVflTPCj r-Traders, Horsemen and ADyUUATJji I For Sale i 1 wisn to leu my farm of 65 acres situated on the Lancaster pike two miles from Stanford. Tim land Is all ill srass, cotnf.iri.il, !e dwelling o( 4 rooms is situated upon It. Will sell at n bargain O. A llKNKlllCT, Stanford. 4t J. T. SUTTON dfc CO., IIUSTONVILLE. KY. Are sllll In the liusines. and tendy to do any thing In the LTiulrrtakln lino Wr have a full stock of Cues and Ciski'is ol .11 kinds and Riiliet of every description Our lieune, which is nearly new can he nlitniiii-- .n short notice Mr J II, Orren has ch.irc of fur business and will show our goods to any line ncedinir anything, in our line 6a.tf S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, M.T. POWDER VMHNON.lv V. Office nest door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special stlention given to diseases of children ;;-l- STANFORD "ROLLER iiearu wife MILLS" f. JACKSON HOUSE, LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK - BAILEY, PROPRIETOR All persons wishing a pleasant ife and well let them use Patent Flour made at lanfuid Roller Mills. Call for ll ai vnur aro. y, '" ney nave noi goi 11 en iianu, urge uicm 10 Keep 11. or ret an order Irom them and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant and interesting lumilv V N POTTS, Superintendent 9 1 58-- tf FOR Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished, First class Kart and Reasonable Prices. Day and night Trains are net by I'olite Porters 01 this I'opulai ao;-t- f. House. CRESS & JIARET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vornon, Ky. &nry, ccd and v Coal and Timber Lands and Farms for sale, Cor; reipondence solicited. 44 d KATE school-hou- se Established 1825. FOR HTSTJHA1TOE On Dwellings, JOSEPH Attention, Coal lluriicrn. 1 .- Household Furniture, Stores, chandise, .li. , apply to the old Mer- Sale Stable Pennsylvania Fire Insuranco Oo. Lightning clause attached and damages paid whether fire ensues or not. GF.O. II UKUCK, Aent. 17 - T r c:fok SAiiE.3 J , M, . WOOD 513 WALLACE, m F. Men'sFourth Avenue, Outfitter I NEWUND I I I Louisville, - Kentucky. NEWCOMB HOTEL. THE MYERS HOUSE" well-kno- JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV, Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire on reasonable terms London Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in Iht in the mountain se tion of the Mate 10 W.H. SAM M. OWENS 1 G. S. CARPENTER J. N. MENEFEE 1 E. D. KENNEDY Isa Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Countv, subject to the action of the Democracy. New York Sun. I sult so nmnv of thu Let the father keep his son in employAttorney at Law, years of ment or at school until ho is bo willing to go that Stanford, nge, and I will Kontuoky. young man's security that he would beWill practice in all the courts of this and adjoin come an hanest, upright, truthfulcitizen. ng counties and in the courts of anrx-a- l lOtTiceovrr McRobcrts c& Stagg s drug store. all the Hut at tho ago of 10 tsive him spending money ho wishes, a shot-guTt 1 mid n pointer dog, and tbo devil will have a mortgage on him before he is ID." LIBERTY, KY to-da'-'1 ----n MT. VERNON, KY. books will be at the old stand, and those indebted This old and llottlis still maintain to We desire Judge Dellaven said in his charge to a ourus can settle anytoday. customers for to ctpress ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Speour their kind sincere thanks Yours truly, cial attention to the traveling public Shelby county grand jury: "Idleness is patronage. McROHERTS & STAOO. 3 M. P NKWCOMU, Prop., the greatest curee of tho ago from it re . Mt. Vernon, Ky. crimes of Sj-tt- E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor tht No Hotel In Kentucky has a better reputation, and Its proprietor is dcterminij WALLACE E. VARNON, shall b maintained. 0. H. M'ROBERTS, M. STANFORD. KY. D.t He has recently added to its appointments ITAPEEH, Dr. R. XlUUiSJu t..1 j j I A Tula Without Words. M. F. Brinkley TV. Is a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Election August, iSqo. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., DENTIST. I c v lv fb 1 - j t extracting. STANFORD, Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide las given for painless KENTUCKY. DR. W. B. PENNY, DENTIST. Office South side Main street, in office recently . vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky- f . Cr.BC. HILTOlsT CRAH ORCHARD, KV. Dealer In s y . e seedy man nsketl for a tlitiner at a in llnrhorcreck, nonr Krie, several ilnv nj;o. Tho huly pnappishly refused him, but her little daughter pleaded for him, she relented, and after dinner the man went on to the next farm where he wrote a letter to tho snappish lady, revealing the fact that ho was her brother, supposed to have been drowned :0 years ago, and inclosing for tho child a roll of now 10 notes Several years aio a mare mule brought about $o more than a horse mulo of the same quality. The difference has gotten gradually larger, till now, we are told by an old dealer in stock, that at least SVit difference is made on account of 'or . sex in the same grade of mules. That is n horse mule will barely sell at SoO to $oo, when had it been it maro buyers would beg for it at cSo to $100. AnderA farm-hous- e 0 C NEEL, Proprietor. 58-t- Office uu Lancaster Street, oppo.ite Court-llou- ss Having removed to this place Irom l.liierty, to practice Ills profession, calls the attention of the A First-Clas- s pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all hours dsy or night to answer rails In to n or country. To arcommod e the demands of lui increased I!et Turnouts furnished Thirty years ofhts lite were spent In Stanford and transient pairnragc. he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his anility as Commercial Irasclers and others. a physician and surgeon A share of the patron. age ol the people of Stanford and siemity isasktd 63 tl by him, Pool and Billiard Parlors Livory Stablo THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. S2.50 TO Having refitted and refurnished the abote House, I iutend to run it in first class si)te and ak share of the public patronage C. A. BENEDICT & CO., j Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, FOBSALB I A Brick House STANFORD, KV. Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurmshd at factory prices, 30 THE LARGEST and Lot, On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr. O II. Cooper. A very desirable place and can be obtained at a bargain Address or call on V II. ANlF.RM)N, Harper, Kansas, Or P M. McKOIIKKIb, Stanford, Ky. I. HI. ISKUCE, RATES S4 PER OAY. ACCORD- mm, tint-class sale and STANFOltD, mi mm, KY. ING TO ROOMS. Farm for Salo. Farm Contains 132 Acres. TURKISH A RUSSIAN HAT IIS IN IIOTKL. O SPF.CIAL ATTr.NI'lO.V to COMMKHCIAI. On account of bad htaltli, I offer for sale my Farm near McKinney. Ky The travelers Horse and mules bought and sld. hnrscsand vehl les u.ed in livery. Only Also agent for the particulars adAlso 70 acrrs timbe- - land WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. II P KSTKS, dress McKinney, Lincoln Co., Ky 6a .efllk ffllH cr 0 p FARM IFOR SALE I Kentucky Central R.R. to sell my Farm of 170 Acres, situated n "jiL,rnc oitAftW the Ilyattssilleaud Kirkstille pike, 4 miles irom It is well watered, has upon It a comLancastir fortable dwelling house, utable, orchard In fct, THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE I hae also four all the necessary From other tracts I would sell. CENTRAL KENTUCKY HANbUF.ItRY WRST, Hyatissillc 33 J I wish son News. Old nite hrinys with it tho of physical infirmity and decay, which no art can conceal and no medicine reiuovit. This decay is a loud hint that death is not far distant, and that one should t his house in otder for the solemn event. The voiitn; may die, but the old mist die. X. Y. Independent. eonscious-lienM-- Kor'Luc. Mm tmi&tfm IIm&JW If.flrfieJM urn tiuau 2w ". p to M n -i Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Boots, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, Queens-war- s coim-uieiKC- - O to rs K' Tinware, Furniture and a Conoral Lino of (Groceries, Fancy Candies, Crois Ties, &c. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods Scribner's Magazine. A young lady who went to Marshall Hall with tho Six o'Clock club last Sat urday was sitting on the deck-- of the steamer, chatting with a friend, when Ten Thousand Fl.u Rails acd 10,000 Poplar tho friend recalled tho fact that a few Shingles. I havii on hand Men's, Women Misses' and years ago sho was a great bufTerer from Shoes, made by Alter, Forwood & Co. hay fever, and asked if it had Children's troubled and Mundelle, which I will sell at the very lowest prices I liavr bought them and they must be her any tills bummer. sold, My stock i complete and those who want "Oh, my, 110," said sho; "I haven't had bargains can get tliein by calling. mean busIt for threo years now. I don't have to V C. HAILhY, Turnersville. ies. havo it. Pa lets uiego to tho mountains now without any excuse at all." Wash- M KINGTON, nstonPobt IIT I'll GrrtT Lenient. For Salo Publicly. MBW, in Dallas, Texas, and expecting Ilnvluj to mike it my hoinf during life, I will sell public I dd$wi$$6m LINE & UKTWEEN WJk p ImM j p I? Rails, Shingles and Shoss For Sale. Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world fur cuts, bruises, sores u cers, salt rheum, fever ores,tetter,chap-pe- d hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and positively euros piles, or uo pay renuir ed. It is guaranteed ti) give perfect satisfaction, Trice S cents per box. or money refunded For sale by A. R. i'snny, SUtifurd, Ky. yon PAST Tuesday, October My 1, 1889, LEXINGTON OINOINNATI. 1 MiWMum Iw Kentucky. KK- -' wssririawir tsk Female THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. Setulfor J.T.PATTERSON, Pnes. Catalogue to or J. B. SKINNER, prin. Razzle sad. Dazzle What's the matter? r.t roruvsT. You look morning. I lost n suit of clothes this ummM 11 AND NORMAL stii liazzlo How bo? Dazzle Hung it up In my wife's wardrobe. Clothier and Furnisher. A Logical L'niiclusluii. SCHOOL miles f mm I iiibilll. Knit i iipiof tcachor.; t nruiiuli iii.tru. linn liuli nUh.lniiM.f .UioUMiU) ami strict dlrliluicliHmcleri7s nil del .rliiii-iit- , Tenin-lijia- rd. tuition fuel, IIkIiIn, He , ilni.infor ten luuiitln. New iiiiil. m him Hiiic MISS JJStFHINt W. PRICE. ANCHOaAOI. IIT. What does a Chinaman call his Drug Stor s m Public Sib 31 sweetheart, I wonder? Electric Bitters. He "Dovey," I uipposc. You know This remedyis becoming so well known and so they speak pigeon English. New York populurastontcdnospccl.il mention All who As Kxeculorsof K. at public auction Sho Sun. Tho Snittliri-ti on the Turnersville miles from lurtierssillf. anu.MCNinni-- y pike, i in Lincoln county. The Farm h is on it a com fortable hou-- e, barn, meat house, Ac, a tine cistern, is well fenced with new cedar and locost Hosts and rails: 111 splendid renair. with never- falling stock water, consilient to churches, good miles (if MiKinnev. a sta schools and within 1 Worth Knowing. tion on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad, 'there Mr, W. H. Morgan, merchint, Lake City, I'la.. I not abetter lllui Grass Farm taking sue into in Lincoln It will have was taken with a evere Cold, attended with a dis- consideration,appreciated. county. begin promptSale to be seen to be tressing Cough and running into Consumption in ly at hi u. m. I will also sell publicly Mt t o'clock p m. on the Its hrst stages. He tried tpnny so called popular This day my cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was samenice little House and Lot in McKinnuy. room, is a coitacB with 5 rooms, nervants' reduced In flesh, had dilficulty in breathing and veranda 111 front, side porch, with a nescrfaillng was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. Kind's New well ol good water on pack porch, meat house, stable nnd cow house. I Discovery for Consumption and found immediate buggy house, to sell ami when I say that, ndvertie this property it KOOB, relief, and after usine about a half doicii bottles if I enly have one bid 011 it. My terms arn reafound himself well and has had no return of the sonable For further particulars see J. V. (iisens or Dast Alcorn, who lues on the farm, or Col. disease. No other remedy can show so grand a Hull Andersnn, McKinney, or wrllo loinc 811 and of cures as Dr. King's N'ew Discovery for 833 Main strett, Dallas, Texas. record j4td K.T. VOLVO. Consumption. Guaranteed to do just what is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at A R. Penny's Fnrm of 120 Acroa, y, SCHF.DULK IN I'.FFF.CT MAY No. No V. South-Houn- "" It.x J 3S 4 fflVif V wMmSffSSKi ' lFiVijFj lptrP' No 6 sun pm. P m P m P m m P ni VWk?HWI lilPt 'Lft-TrBi- p" "9 3 S h o h o 2 i Lve Cincinnati . Lve Covington.., Lve Falmouth... a 10 8 so a in m impp mi oj 8 in j m3JmmmJU t"sisar-i- l l m O ti' o w ' " S oq kv it 10 a mio ij p m S t0 Arr Paris Arr Lexington., ti 01 p m ti 00 p in " ' 5 m jo a hi, Lve Paris " Arr Winchester. ta oj p m 7 3 jo p wj Arr Richmond... Arr Lancaster... Arr Stanford 'raatCjHH'9 I 1 ' tm 1 fmEOiMSmSA feV-v- JJ bCTj' imtj&l Arr Herca. Arr Lexington North-Hound. Lve Richmond .. 45 p m ..7. 3 m p m s " p ,' r' B to n tn o " C2 P u "' -- ' mfift&M-.v o 5 O j No. 10 11 3. m no. 1. . I fffflEP2S5S?S-!,2i- ' ju! V. and Personally, R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO Girl. HerdimpU'il aro paloi She's a lily of thu vale. chL-ek- s M'MICHAEL, 611 THE HATTER, Not a rosii In a muslin or a lawu Sho Is fnlror tlian tho dawn. To her beaux. 4TH AVENUE, & LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY The Nobbiest Most Stylish Stock of Her boots aro thin and ncnt, Shu Is vain about her feet. It Is said. Sho amputates her r's, Cut her ejes aro Uku tho stars. Overhead. On have used Klectric Hitters sing the same song of praise A purer medicine dow not exist and it Is guaranteed to do all that Is claimed. Electric Hitter will cure all discakes of the Llser and remove I'imples, Ilolls, Salt Itheum and other affections caused by Impure blood. Will drisc Malaria from the svstem and prevent a well as cure all Mal.irl.il Fevers. Tor a cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Hitters. Kntlre satisfaction gauranteed or inonev rofunded. I'rlco 50c and $1 per bottle-AIt. Penny's drugstore . Giveus, dee'd, wnwillkll to the highest bidder on Thursday, Oct. (Oth, 1889, At his late residence In Lincoln county, Kv , two miles Kastof Shelby City, the following tracts of Land-13Acroa knwii as the McRobcrts aud Shelby land, situated on the Stanford and Knob Lick turnpike, tastnf A. K Denny's. n part of the Her-vc- y Hrliu place, situated on Powell land with ulso ol way to Stanford and Knob Lick pike. a right A tract of 1O0 Acroa of well timbered knob land, situated en White Oak. A tract of 04 Acres, being JF( Kver inalitd KK i ( utjliito tlH city o( Louns.llc, now open ned the world-nii- u AT With o iloecy cloud of wlilto Ilound her hair Her graee, all, vho could palntl Sho would fatAUuOo u saliit, I declaro. a balcony at nlcht. i JOHN C STETSON & CO'S. HATS Tls a matter of regret, SUo's a bit of a coquette. Whom I sine, Oo her cruel path sho Roes, With a half a dozen beaux On. There is nothing parents should be so careful about a selecting a cough syrup. He(W Cherry Cough Syrup costs no mote than the cheap and inferior nostrums thrown on the market. '1 ho host Is none too good, he sure and getllKOGS' CIIUKHV COUGH SYRUP. Wekeeptton hand ut all time. A. K. Penny, Druggist. - A Good Cough Syrup. First twu tracts arc in a high state ol cultiva tion, well fenced and uiilinprotcd. Terms mido known nn day of sale. J. G. .Vr V. p. (ilVF.NS, Kxors At the same time and place, as surviving partner of the firm of R V, Given .V Sn, I will sell pub licly all of the personally owned by said firm, con. sisting principally ur 5 worK .Mines, 40 yearling muies, 3 nice young saddle Hnr.es, harness mare suitable for .1 lady to drive, race Mare by Wardance, Filly by Duke aenr-olof Montrose, I a year-olFilly by Leomitiis and a nice brood Mares : 6 yearling Cattle, 4 yearling Heifers, 8 grade Cows anil Calves, 6 fancy bred Shorthorn Cows, all registered : aS Hogs and 74 Shouts; the Crops, consisting of 00 acres of Corn, liny, both timothy mid clover, nnd Oats in stack a complete set of Farming Implements, consisting of McCormlek Hinder nnd t Mower. 1 a'horse Wagons and harness. Corn Planter, liny Rule, Cider,Mill, II arrows. ,1 Ilarmiehe ami Ruck board. W. P.OIVF.NS. d T. D. Knglish, Auctioneer. 1 1 d 1 A--c 1 s;-t- An.,' and Col.- mr own importation of Knjjlish Hats AncUgaut lino ol Canes and Lyon's d Utulircllas always oti hard. Kine her string ST O SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Orders out y,mliciicd, perfect satlsfartlor jruaran n't tail tocrderaNOUltVHAT l.yi d other Furs, a specialty. ' si' Cut let that all pass by, Aud her maiden moments fly, Dow empearlivl. Whco sho uiarrltMi, on my life, GUo will malju tbo dearect vtlta r Iothu,orU. -J- lonteomery AdrettUer. Is a good healthy, peirly skin. Few lire aware of the shurt time it takoi Ut a disordered liver to causo blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. One bottle of HKC.fiS' ISI.OOD PURIFIER and 111.001) MAKKK will restore this organ 10 its natural and healthy state, nnd cleanse the blood of all Impurities ltis meeting with wonderful success We yuarai tee every; bottle. A It Penny, DrugiUt. What A Fortune m Whichever. 3 J" P ' 7 ij Paris... 4 10 p m 7 4la m Lve Lexington ... 3 45 P m, 700 am 5 p in! 8 51 a in Lve Paris 4 I.ve Falmouth... 5 jo p in 9 ij 1 m 3 07 p m Covington. .. 6 js p 111,10 33 a in, 7 SO p ID Arr 7 Arr Cincinnati .. 6 43 p in! 10 45 a HP m On theMavsville Hranch, No 9. loaves Paris at 8 00, a in and No. 11, at 545, p in, arriving at Mayssille at Hi 15, a in, and 8 in, pin. No. ir leaves .Mayssille at 3,1s a in, arriving at Paris a! 10 and 740, am. No j leaves Maysvillc ut arrives at Paris at 4 05, p m. These trains ate daily except Sunday. No. 4) laves Lusingtan 1003 am; arries Paris Sunday 10 4$ am; exct-n- t No 8 Itsives Cincinnati 5 13 im;arric-- I'nlnmulh enrciit Sunilay 7 jo pm No, 7l("aves Falmouth 6ooxm; arrivus Cincinnati 7 5$ am; excejit Sunday. No ti Icavei Clncinn.iti 8 10 a m; nrrlvrs FaU mouth' 10 30 a ni; Sitnd.iy only. No. jj leaves I'llmoiitli 13 p mi imsi's Cm cinuati 6 m pm; Sunday nnh. Lexing Train Notes. No 1 runs daily runs daily betweeii ton and C111c1nn.nl, No and Lexington. Cincinnati Noi a nnd 6 in.tku connections at Winchester lorpolntsonthe N. N .V M V. Ry No a ni.ikos this c,inectiouat Lexinuton IMPORTANT -- Traimof this line now arrive at and deinrt from tba Central Union Patientc' Station Cin Innati, niaVtni; connections for all t and West. points North, Through tickets and bViKage checked to an) destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co S. F. II. MORSF, It. H. UACON, Traveling Pass's'r Ant., Geu'l Pass'g'rAct, Lexington, Ky. Covir.Rtnn, Ky I.ve Arr I.ve Lve Arr Lve Arr Arr l.se Livingston... s in a llerea Richmond.. Stanford . ... Lancaster Richmond. Richmond..., as 45 am a in WKtSg5ajtJKwiB aBH iW ft . . 9 45 a in a 40 p in 6 740 a m .".'.',"'.'.'... .'"".'. .1 ?syvf;y3etja r WfP-wB- L , ft Jtki rt 0 t'O--r 2 ffii " w M B JS vaSK.irr,-Tiiur- ' & uZ? & - j ...., is a in .:WM. ADAMS lpm I SON, . ,1TV. KlMDWAV. 111 lvjv.n.sii'q?, 1 s '; 1 COMPANY in V Ij 1 CREAM im:ys trvw - Ka-.- liim I ?! E' tVa it 1 LEXINGTOlSr.KY ' '.HKiSSrAt; 1 w H.lt. C.r.NHRAL OFFICES Chamber of Commen e Pudding, Cin lunati, O ManBer. , 'HWl1 I IWLJlll I'niilWwrf1 'i l I 1 I