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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889102201 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. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. u-iill'T II. Kohltison linn rwclved liwtriirtloiii to arid (I ptr crnt. to nil tux- oi not paiil on or hofoin Nov. ! ot blnl tlojrt -J- ohn II. WiHiiktn'k'B today, tho Tramp," turned up Ursniayoiinc mm warnm. imio '"" law nowuualimt flog Htviilinir verv rttul pi'inons In tlu halilt of takiiiK other peoplu'n lojs without their consent hiul hotter tlesiM. - Charles M. Kir!uirilwii, of Somerset, led to the matrimonial altar IumI Mil's I.lzie Sweeney, the charm-indaughter of .1 U. Sweeney. Attend- antH T. H. ('oppap? and Mks l.ulii l.h'h- -M1 mlt-diMcvi-re Wed-iieyiluk' , Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 4889. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. CRAB ORCHARD. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 4 NO. 72 TH Dr. S. Ulitir was called some weeks1 Ilnrlau county to the bedside of Month' Vox, of Danville, bought in ty- the Kant KndHned nuiles at $100 to his brother, who was very low with phoid fever. Ho returned on Thursday Of the sun does not more thoroughly obscure the lustre of that ?i:w. is now very ill with thT. II..Smith, of Adair, bouht of night sick, and heavenly body than docs y it while John (iover a pair of aed work mull h same disuse, having contracted with his brother. ljmlou. for !MK). The priuiury election passed oil' with Mr. Abo Drake and MissKllielJiuce, I). X. I'mwitt has hought in the lact A few haiUtoo much Ii- - of Danville, will bo married no easiialities. week Home 'M odd head of butcher cattle quor aboard, but were kept quiet by Minn Hruce Is n daughter of Represents nrdKon, of Niineiwel, accompanied n.v at ItJ to :J centM. J. L. 1.. I. I'.itton. The cere-- 1 Mr.and Mrh. ii,t.rt Houner, the owner of Maud friends. There were '2'M votes cast in ;tlvw Miss Urucu. Obscure those of our most formidable competitors. Annio Vnrnon, o! Bourbon, a wan jH'nonneo oy r.iu. rmin m. S. and other noted flyer.", is the jjticst of this precinct and in the jailer's race, th" inony only hard scramble, Otis Now laud recei v- - niece of Judge Varnon, of this place, and ilu iih1iIiiui of the bridu'rt father. May ('. T. Cecil in Itoyle." od 157, Owens 57 nnd Carpenter 111. Mr. J. Perry Hutclicraft, were married X they llvv loin and pioxpei. Robert l.aud bout'lit of Rob Thump-1(- 1 Some ten couples, "every laddie with at Paris on the 17th. learn of pome We are sorry to head L' and It year-olcattle at etf. lad-Mr. Charles M. Richardson, a popu-die,- " feeling Krowiuj; out of the pri- and sold Mime to Itoukntftlo party for -- 3 his Imsiu and every lassie with her Is upon us. went chestnut hunting Saturday. lar Somerset druggist, and Miss Lizzie It Is centft. mary election in Lincoln Saturday. I found chestnuts, I know, for Sweeney, the handsome daughter of J. dlllliult to tell which is the bent way to V. 11. Trnvlor bouuht hint week of They chest-- j G. Sweeney, of Lancaster, were married claims of can.liilales lor pari) ' .v. 0. itliiiiou 17 head 151 poiiml lions counted tln'iu, tlve in nil, one-hasettle the more nasi wceK. nominations. Primaries cause hard feel t i of Airs. IHlV iliiitt 1(1 at nut to eacii couple, iney loiu Miss Mildred, youngest daughter of chestnuts than they found. Wo have! satisfy nil w,mu j,ricc, Iiikh and the comniittees can't For it ns Never Before with the been told this sparking business is half the late Gen. It. K. Lee, is to bo married We are .iluioit persuaded, i,.m,.M Stiilh.un. of fiurrnnl. boiiL'ht .omvrr.nl. to Col. Scott Shipp, of the Virginia Mill Yon of Mrs. Singleton 15 head 1.1(H) iHiund chestnuts. to advocate a "free for all race." Rob Noaks returned from Pineville tary Inhtituto. Both are residents of are mistaken. Kven tiling is lovely here. cattle at i.'J and . of (KM) pimmls of Curtis nnd Middlesboro Sunday, where he has Ie.ington, Vu. -h(.iover nt same price. sometime, and tells of a At Paris, on the .TOtli, Mr. Lucien Now you fee, Mr. Kditor, what you M. S. HauKhmau bought a splendid been at work for fight, or rather a drunken row, on the Fgan, of Danville, will lead to the altar Lincoln county people have done by six-yeold imported CaUdouiau jack in OKPineville and Miss Annie, daughter of the late Gen. electing a lady school superintendent to Nashville for $1,150. He is named for train Saturday Corbin. Soimj 15 negroes coming out Thomas Croxton, once United States till out nn nnexpiretl term. It has in- -' the notar.ous lYoiiohtiiHn, Hoiilanger. was ' minister to Hrazil. ctllled a feeling into Indies inothercoun-(!- ( Joe A. Cohen bought for the Mc-- from Middlesboro wlnlo the train Maggie Mitchell, the nncient actress, waiting at the smtion got some liquor We have! Ilrayer executors L'i'i to "dabble" in oolitic. feeding fairer ami nltlc, j Nelson at 1! cents a pound. He aboard. After ntarting from Pineville a who continues to essay juvenile charac- always felt a dcsiie that the e II l purer sex woiiui never mingn in punu- good yeailingBat ilispute aro-- and one negro ret n shot ters, has married Charles Abbott, of B0 tHiiiKht for same l gun through the top of the coach, which Boston, in less than n year after her dioil ciieles in old Kentucky anyhow sjime price. Anderson News. DRY GOODS, -- It. Y. McKlroy nnd T. W. SimniH, did no damage, except to make a hole vorce from Paddock. and perhaps can' the men to forget was the Rev. A. S. Motrett went to Camp-bellsviltheir gallantry. 08 through in th6 car. This shot Sr., sold to Slick Mattingly Tuewlay Monday to olliciate at the That ever tickled the tastes or feasted the fancies of the most economOur young friend, Kb K. Iliggins, head of export cattle, averaging ,'M, at occasion for a pistol shooting fusilade. Mr. Crawford, brother of ical. This is our INAUGURAL to a season of restless activity. last Monday. 1 cts. They were shipped to Chicago After several shots order was restored dropped ill from lOiiisville long enough for Capt. Chambers and Mrs. Moll'ett.to Miss Lizzie Taylor, which Hub Fnrris bus gone to the Green river the same lay. Sringlield Leader. CyCome see us. Iking your family and your friends. whole occurred nt that place Thursday. Midliottnins on a protracted hunting expedi At a sherifPs sale of a siiiL'le tiiiuli crew to get in and hustle the crowd on" the train, near Ixivels, to foot way Clipper. 1). It, Collier are i tion. Col. ami Mrs. Montmi.t theeattlo and horses lirouuht Will MeKinnoy, the jovial clerk of Capt. T A. Hlkln and $17000. The purchasers will ship P.O it to Corbin. Iwth Improving. W. It. Dillion returned home Satur- the L. it N. ollico, will soon wed a Blue-grak- s Mike Salter attended the Lexington trots ,.r.0U,.H making up nt least four large girl. Decatur, Ala., News. last week. Mrs. Woodcock, mother of trains, to the St. Paul ami Chicago mar-ou- r day, after a week's stay in Rockcastle As county looking after his lumber interest. the jovial Will has arrived and his old . John II. Wood. beloved townsman, Have made our House the Ilalcyoned Idol of a gratified and desweetheart is still a maiden, there may cook, spent Inst week with him at Mil ,r Owsley sold Mrs. JI. A. Owsley's I), it. Ivlmiston will move into his lighted people. in a few days. F. W. Dillion will be truth as well as poetry in this anler's Hotel. J. Roe Young, a real estate ol!wU Friday "ns follows Aged mules move into the house now occupied by nouncement. with j1H). aWl. frolll i , agent of Miildlcsboro, is nt home ,niirt.H in fon T. Higgius will vacate -- The Tollivcr-Mart- in feud in Rowan Ins family at this place. Calvin Ivu-t- , to silo; corn hid in nt $1.40; 1:' Mr. Kdmistou. J. prominent cltixen of ltuckeye neighbor- - Hmres j Lancaster and Danville Turn- - the Ottenheimcr house ami move to the may be consiurded fullyoU'when a cousin east end of town. Hiram Hiatt, it is of the late unlainented Craig takes for hooI, was innrneit last i uesoay to .miss v nt $ js . . t . .. t ! Mnry Hicks, Dr. .1. R, Kinnaird has Tl.e lA'xington Trotting As.socialion mini, lias Dougni tno out iiiram uooeris inn wife a daughter of the leader of the STANFORD HUSTONVILLE. . .Montgomery , , moved into Ihis new residence on Stan- n l.i vies, owner. Sl.OOi). ami place from Jut from Missouri. ami will Martin faction. Frank Tolliver and Miss shortly Mr. F. Grace Martin were united in marriage ford avenue. George Robins, driver, of Roy Wilkes. move in W. Dillion now occupies the house. J. near Morehead last week. s500 for pulling him in the llrst two Internal revenue receipts increased F. Holtlam, It. II. Bronaugh and John Mr. John Hell McIJcath, of the well- heats of a nice, men and horse to stand -M1,770,807 during the last quarter and it Ivlmiston will go to Louisville this week known firm of Mclteath Hros., and Miss suspended till fines are paid. is estimated that they will aggregate durGrand Ixdgc of I. 0. O. F.: Mamie Saudifer, daughter of Judge J. Contracts have been made to ship to attend the ing the year $i:V),(KX),0tX. clothing M. S.wdifer, the veteran photographer, ii VrV? over 5,000 cattle from this countiy to T. It. Carson, the .41 W. Davis Irvine, of Boyle county, l-drummer, is with his brother, J. K. Car-so- were married last Thursday evening by 4-i rlAl5. l4VSw ri ' T".: -- --rIO ii Mainz, (.ienuauy, luriiitf October. CH- or- 'vv, died at his father's residence, near Dan- ron & Co. bought 0 work mules nt ?100; M--ViW-ffor a day or so. Kcv. J. M.Oliver, atthe residence of the y T?& ill., Iln uim ii iiiMiiilmr of tint 1 ViLfQAii) bride's parent?. Somerset Republican. 50 '"' ," -- 1"1 l (lf "WP lU ' v....!.' rinul'nl C.1ImV.. .....I rco-- , Dan Voorhecs in a recent speech said The Covington Commonwealth thus ... ahead. Somerset lteporter. inter- "No longer a government tax falls on describes the wedding of our old friend, that institution resented NN M ' 'S Is Receiving His biokeis, billiard rooms, banks and bank- Capt. Wash, collegiate onib.rical contest. n to many of ;'rdoads o cutle, we.glnng 1,80 pound, er!, steamers, ships, railroads, telegraph citizens, to whom nnd to his wo our -- Miss Olllo Williams, of Concil (irove, send 'T- -" Hergin or which he ' companies, theatres, operas, circuses and Kas., left a comfortable home and a kind ,,,,, Sam Moore A Bro. delivered museums, lotteries and lottery dealer, hearty congratulations: At the hand- -" i r.iiinw linmi'ii i.. ...I.,. ...i ,.v ..... ii' itii last week to a llrm of New York buyers bank cheeks, back deposits, gift enter- some city residence of Mr. Hiram Itow-en- , Philips. He brought her to F.vansvllle, IM corn-fe- d Good.3 Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial 720 Gtcenup street, yesterday aftercattle at I cts. The average prises, diamonds, and plate or Miliil gold the I ml , where they lived together till noon, at I o'clock a very pretty home weight of the lot was 1,7-- 5! Thev nlto and silver on tables of luxury and ...... !.... I ,.l l...r n. I li.fr llnr til wedding occurred. The contracting parA C. SINK J.Jf.MENEFEE solil til hogs at A cents that averaged a The trickling sti earns of hi. ft for herself, fcaturday she ended. MX) '.pounds. Haiiodnbuig national revenue once (lowing from these ties were Miss Ixlllo llowen, Mr. How-en'- s ' little over her disgraiti by taking her own life. lovely daughter, and Capt. Wm. J. and other numerous similar sources are C. Underwood is pass. "u,"'ni John 1 he Kieliinond Hegister reports NileB now all dried up, and the farmer, the Wash, the genial and gallant Uoadmas-to- r Dealers In ing under the rod. He has Imhmi conlin- of tho Kentucky Central Kail road. lOOexiHirl eattli'at IJ nnd a number of mechanic and the ' must ed for a moi'i h to his Iwd by what are lots of butcher cattle at 2i'. to itcents. T. meet the demands of the government In accordance with the bride's wishes feared to be permanent injuries inthcted jack, Si- - without their aid. In the recent great only a few friends and H10 immediate J. CnrlU wild ast week L.aths, by the fa hug of his horse in the Knights relatives of the fatnilv were pio.vMtt, The lVnnessee parties lor s.W tanll' debate in tho house of representalas MiliUint parade in Columbus, followed AWT The i acres of land on , kirkc tives the republican party boasted that bride's attendants were Misses Lelia and by u urn cut attack of pneumonia. A The groomsmen were was .,,, I.1W. .Ino. sinci) the war they had abolished taxes Kate llowen. been rsOuIcUng;s, and Scroll Work, few days ago occurred the death Messrs. Kd V. llowen and W. N. Taliaof' 50,000,000 but not to the amount AST3D sellvilleo anaun the las member of ferro. The house was beautifully deco ' ,, ' one dollar did they bliow had been re- rated with (lowers, i.i.. f. i). .....!.... ....li.iid ffiiniK'- mill iiiivv n v... llin laiui'i and everything parsCedar and Locust Posts. f.,, u " '3 "" moved from the necessaries of life. ed s of evcrMhuur found in a comes the auiioiinceinent of the death,, " Lumber Yard. Wr i.l orrv a li.ll u oil in a happy manner, highly pleasboasted of their crime A. C. SINE, Iluvinc.s ManaRcr. ing to all, and n delightful intimation of in Washington lastSaturday.ofhismoth The sumlleht circular sav in practical Thev Miuply in their gloried use is A tiny disc about the size of a shill- against labor, and er's brother, Mnj. Kichanl S Cox. the coining felicity of tho newly wedded mm. win ii ' ' 7 shame." ing, which is employed (or cutting the couple. The ceremony was performed K2sViK2s2Hfi'274sHflsK9MHEHH!SfrAi3 01 miles tho shortest, it hours quickest between 9 Printers' devils are geneially great slits in gold pens. These aws are about A young man asked a lawyer of lon-tie- by Rev. W. A. Robinson, I). I)., of tho notwithstanding they have a un n, M. K. church, of which as thick as oidinary pajier and revolve to Hud out what was tho fottune oj Greenup-stree- t Orvery hard name Sometime ago one of some LOGO times per minute. Their high a young woman of that city. Tho law- church tho bride is a prominent memhard-namefellows and his lady these velocity keeps tluun rigid, notwithstandyer .vent to work and in time reported ber. Tho presents were elegant, costly love were taking an evening slioll and ing their extieme thinness. Kngimcr. Entire Trains Hun Through Without Change. that tho lady was worth at least 5100,000. and numerous and indicated in a small as thev weio walking along chatting The client seemed satislied, promised to degree tho high appreciation in which TIlROUOifcAR SERVICE. briskly upon tho numerous topics of the j Bonnie "Mamma, do people really pay libeially, soon marrifHl the young .Mr. and Mrs. Wash ate held by their day, siie caught his hand and looking buy babies?" Mamma 'Of couise, my Train No 1, Pullman lloudoir Huff-e- t tho lawyer a check for friends. The happy couple will visit hlceplni; Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans smilingly into his face, asked: "Do you ehild; of course; run out now and play." woman and sent t.hattjiiu'iiri to Shreseport. a rather small amount. Tho lawyer Bunt New York, Washington, boston and othknow why 1 can not get religion V" "No, j Bonnie in a brown study) "Then why l'min N. j, I'uliiKin lloutlolr UulTct Sleeping young man wouldn't er ICasteru cities, after which they will 'Be-- , CHrs Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati A mamma, that poor people buy more in a bill and the my dear, I do not. Why is it V to Jacksonville and Knnxvillt-- . Mcepert St. Louis lawnttit and return to Paris, where they will make pay it. Then followed a toNcw OrKnms via M. V O. cause I love the devil." His satanic, t,rtll nyboby else?" Chicago Tribune. their home. publicity. fell over in a dead fnint. majesty s Col. Craddock, who attended the wed' Condenred Schedulo ill Flfect Match 31, i8& Ilm.i. Can't lIoi.D lis. The I.stkhiok ; ' pa, pinch Mr. "All," said.the aged wayfarer at ".jwSAtcanu.oiit Inst uock with eight Johnny Freshly "Say, I go to bed?" ding, says tho bride's father is worth ltlf!AX IDO'X. railroad lunch counter, "this is the old mun w,,ltn is bound to have Gieen now, will you, befoie is entertain- $100,000. "TRAINS NORTH? Tieshlv (on 'Change, who 'IRA I.N SOL ill Bucklen's Arnica Salve place. I recognize yonder landmark at , llK00( pap.-- even if he had to tackle N0.4J., No. j. No. 4. No. 6. N No. j. No. 7. ing Mr. Green, a future victim) "What The best salve in the world fur inquired ,lIuU m h(J (U(1 llo,Lim,rtv irL.Sst, STATIONS. Daily Fast Lini. Daily. "What landmark? once." Daily cuts, bruises, Diily. 1N0. Daily. Daily. Ex. Llm. Johnny?" Johnny .Ex. Sun. do you mean, I.im. Sum. Daily. I.im. sores, ulcers, salt rliuum, fmer sores, letter, chapthe cashier, considerately, "foity yeaia i.incinnaii ... .A'rv, 6 40 a ml 64) pm 10 1 a in 330pm pm Siopiii. 755am 17ve "Why, I heard you tell nm this noon ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup a in, 1? What A Fortune u 30 a m 1 si p m 5 13a J.? . ,, 0,oi.in ago when I traveled over this road," ...I agreeable to Mr, lions and positively cures piles, or no pay ruquir .... .... ... 7 14 a m 13 38 p m 4 10 Georgetown Is a ucxxl hualiliy, pearly akin. Few nro auaro that wo must bo very warn, 7oij.m lojgpm .nntii)iied the stranger, I carveo my .I.einKtoii-.......- .. 7 00a m ii 10 p m 3 48am ajSPm ed. his guaranteed tu jjtvu perfect satisfaction, nm ;iinilioMPm lOiCaml io U rutin, because you were going to pinch iimi " rr.l initials and date on yonder piece, of up- - of the blutche time It lakes f..r a ilisonUred lucr Un. or iniiuey refunded. I'ricu I.vo. ..I.ou. S. R. R per box, on the f.ico, anil a d.irk , Evc-i- . .. soon." Lawrence Ameri- !I'ursaie. w.. t, jt. 1II cuiiv, O..... 5 cents c.iuo I '. llurgin him pretty "'". lArr uy see you have itblil.. oLiniuru, r.y. pie pis. 0wbollof ,.(;os. nOOI) VXJmfl& ,nd can. Arr a 55 a m 310pm 3 50 a m 10 50 p m Ilurgin 8 ij 31 pm 4 45 r is iTm u 17 am I.ve s n a m, Ill.OOl) MAKKR will reitorc thU organ to Its old man's tears!' America. 1031pm Danville nn McrirWhis! I 1 50 p m .19 l ni mi am ajBnm 5jpm 530am 1020 pm Junction City 510am natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood 15 pm 9 10 pm inoa mill 45am -dog bit a New York actress on tho . A We desire to say to our cituvns that for cars 830am j - "jriotain, liKjpni ..., 1 00 p m A Woman Two Hundred Years Old. or nil impurities. It is meeting with wonderful ..OAdale 4 3jam 35 pin 11 as a in ., j 15 a in 5 am leg tho other day and was immediately we have been selling I)r Kinc's New Discovery O 50 p in 406am a in 6 40 pimiAr'v.C'liattaiuoga..l.,ve 6 JO pm1 7 33 a m Is on record of a woman who licd to'auccess. We tfuurantce every bottle. A.H.Pen, pm A can) 835 10 on for consumption, Dr. King's New l.lfo Tills, a 00 a m am .unattanooga.. ,.r v 7 35 afterwards killed ns mail. As tho poor 9 ion m 7 00 p m I. ve. ililt advanced age, but It is scarcely necessary to ,iy, Druggist. 4 47 a m Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and have p in ftrv nuai.j. 04 pm 9 19 time." Nowaday, full of saw-dus- t, Hirmingnam tlog found his mouth 300pm 300pm never handled romedies that sell as well, or that .1 ii P n! 11 45 pm Lve... ule that it miiiu"lhe olden oj am Tuscaloosa --- -, m. .... -.- .-, -- . -. such uulvurtal satisfaction. We 608 pm too many women ao noi uvc when the prospects were beautiful for havueiven guarantco them every time, do noto 1000 (I in Meridian lve deraugo- -, 4 45 am Ar"v 11 35 pin husitatu to and h was Just an ordinary scrap of wrappinjf pa something more substantial, he had a stand ready to refund the purchase i m years. The wor:llly due to functional Orleans ....lve 413am 33SP" 6 30 a in ...U.-price if satisto sny pef tut Ar'v 940pm' Meridian wvcJ cr ifc slie wl j tho )ast mentsin the weaker eU simply fnghtlul, 5 10 a m'tve factory rrMilts do not follow, their use These ' 6 top m. Jackson .. Ar v ,.. n ion m lve ihelndescribablrtsuffcriiiBwhlth makes, lt.l(,cg of CPn,imlp,on ,0u i,y physicians that right to get mad. Georgetown Times. remedies huvu v.011 their great popularity purely nothing of 400pm!...... icksburg. .A eeutH. iiko tq I 1 lf Mr. Shikars, one of Lancaster's bright yonittf men, Is In town, attracted ,y u ,.om,m.(1 )iiy Kt.i,ijnR for $'Jl5. by the smiles of one of our fair dnmsels. Thu U)M f California by forest (Ires It is supposed he is certainly "sweet." Ih vHtiiiMted nt f 3t000,000. tlilH Zellers, wife and son are here with t.nlHOtl ,)f nilv,Uf ,)0llK,,t oI father to spend the winter. .ImiH'H.Swoi.o IS luai l.IWOcntt o at III , . s y Smii.IWboboI.I to Lexington par. yi-u- r Jol W. F. Horton, 87, married his fourth wife in Pulaski last week Mrs. Mnhnla Peck, 5(1. Ransom Padgett, 111, nnd Miss Fan-D- r. nie Slioope, sweet sixteen, will be ninr-he- r ried on the 21th. Miss Lutie Duke, late of Danville, watf married Inst week to .Mr. Waller Gates, of Independence, Mo. The marriage of Miss Huntington, daughter of (J. P. Huntington, to Prince Hntzfeldt, will occur October USth, in TOTAL EGWPSE The Winter Season WE ARE EQUIPPED -- ) I i). MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK Boots and Shoe: Clothing, Hats, &c, &c, lc v. i Low Prices, Honest Dealing & Honest Values new-hous- -,. nU0 I .1.. S. L. POWERS & COand f .G.RUPLEY,--i -- wide-awak- e u, 17li .y. nrr, ssr rf52W r..i. ,, 4 1 .lo """' well-know- '- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Kx-Uo- SINE & wage-worker- s, ',.,,. ',, ,' ; i , ,,.,, BOTCtH aot seesssd lumber, Sliiiijjlcs, Etc., Brackets ilEEFEE, S&XNTDS tirst-c!.-t- i .,,,.., ... ...., ... CHPSASH, DOORS WEH.K FS .- U'.. PATENT SLAT FB1TCB, pm. tmim al Cijicimmti and New leans. South-Houn- - -- r J Williamst-iwn..-1ve- l n ! ' ;. 1 i - -- - Uncle-len- 's I 1 -r- ---- t 1 Ar'v-.Nc- w ..;-- many women. l)lc wa, lncUMblend coulJ onlyllvo a short time. life scarcelylworth the llvlni? to so vr. lne w(.jg,ej cu tban 70 pounds. On n piece of Hut tor lhe) sufferers thoro is u certain reliel. rvu.K . kw ,...- wrapper pajiei ukihuui iilerce' Favorite rrescrillion win positively vui a sample buttle; it helped her, ne nrnlansus nain covery, nnd , llir"e ft helped her more, bought leucoirhea, painful 0 Jin short, all tliosecoin- in the ovaries, weak back women nre martyrs, it all0n,L.r and grew better fast, continued its u.eand n0iv strong Iieulihy, rosy plump weighing 140 nlaint to which o many on Dot- - .,minjs. ror fuller partlculurs hend .tamp to V- Is the only guara.netd cure, see guarantee Trial buttles of 11. Cole, druggist, fort Smith. tie. wrapper- Ucovrry Irec nt A. II. s'toumen, bov,e.s and whole Cleans. The liver, syste nibyu;lngUr cierct rcneis. f ..n.,,. ,, ,r. 'W" There u nothing purcnts should bo so careful about as selecting a cough syrup, lleggs" Cherry Cough Syrup costs no more than tho cheap and in ferior nostrums thrown on the. market. 'Ihu bests uouctoogbod,be sure and get HUGOS' C1IKRUY COUCH SVRU1. We keep tt on hand at nil tuno. A. R. l'euny, Druggist. A Good Cough Syrup. on their merits. A. U. Penny, druggist 1 1 to Cincinnati No. 1, Pullman lloudoir lluftet Sleeping Cars, NnrtlLllound-Tr- aln Is giving splendid sut'sfactlon to tliu tio.lo and thu sales are positively marvelous, uh'th can be Orioan, to ancinnati. New. C? .. . SSrN?o.in?KXudoir iluffet Slrenprs Tack- ...rf i.uut.i(u ,ut ,11 iiu i.iiier way cscupi. .. lliai It IS j V. .VIO. Sleeper fren, Knoxv.llo to Clncinnati. V ..V A. anu without doubt the best on the market. Ask for K Kjnyille to Cincinnati, via Pass. A Et.. Lexinaton. Kv. and be sure you set the genuhp. We Veep it A.' snu mi. Agi. lOIiy 'UUI.T. Central Manager. Cincinnati D. r.l.WAKUS, uen Ohio, R, Penny, Druggist Boffff's OhorryOousrh Syruii, 4 830pm aj a m 35 pm lve.. lve Monroe ,1005 a mi 6 00 am New Orleans lr...:..i r..., r 1 rs. JiU Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal , Tiik Kentucky Stato Board of Health has isiued a circular stating how tho spread of diphtheria can bo prevented. Patients should bo secludett in sunny, plainly-furnished J n,Jd Lafo Liwson shot John Moltoborts I. row ove, . . StANXRD, Kv Octoiikr 212, 1880 rooms, W. r. WALTON. 1 1 HI 9. t ;! 11 ' ig 5 3 M mr M m ! ttj IMh I' ll k f' Kansas has commenced to enforcethe law against usury passed by the last legislature, which provides that tho lender is liable to the'loss of both principal and leaves own (Jar and interest, if the latter exceeds the legal rate. At Topeka in a suit for $$,000 1 worn man- is and interest for several years, the de- incmseives. sii own on 'fendant plead usury and not only escap house ed the debt entire but the plaintill was some Look mulcted with the costs.J This kind of a will make capitalists light shy of the colors S8, in law State. There is not much more reason colors $G, $S; in the law saying what a man shall ton. sold, low. n man charge for the use of his money than for Robert Berrier, white, who murderThe Springtleld fonder tells-owhich, be Rock was taken from the We ed his mother-in-lacounty, who has passed the 91th his horse or other property. in that jail at Lexington, N. C, and hung by a on his long journey in life, A Ciiicaoo girl got a little tipsy and Our stock of Misses' and Children's Cloaks is extromely large. We have mado a specialty of bright mob. and is still hale and hearty. He has and pleasing colors in the selection of our children's garments. user of collee and to- going on the street tried to kiss every Up to Friday last tho gate registers been an inveterate boys all enjoyed at the Paris Exposition show that over We are also oflering some inducements in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cap?, Trunks, for 80 years, both of which we aro man that passed. The bacco and tho girl was having all the fun she L'ti.OOO.OOO people have passed through Carpets, Matting, &c To every porchaser of $l's worth oi goods a ticket will be given entitling told are exceedingly injurious to' health. it you to a chanco on the $200 Organ. length of time wanted till a clerical looking cuss came them. It is stated that for that alona. He resented the advances of the A white man named Roberts was alhe hns never failed to drink V2 cups of fair kisser and lighting her off with all most roasted alivo.iu Alabama by two neof coffee n day. Estimating that cups his power, yelled for the police, who groes, who poured gasoline over him and the cups hold half a pint, he has gotten v (II OW ,. Una.,. came and ran the girl in. Next morn set him on tire. puns, minima outside of 17o,'iiu ing she was lined $5 and costs. This is A. J. Rogers was fatally injured and equal to 545 barrels, enough almost to probably the first instance on record of a his son George badly Hurt at Harrods-burSlain St., float the Great Eastern. There is not M. SALINGER, woman being fined for kissing a mnn, by their wagon being struck by a the slightest doubt that this intemperate tho individual who caused it to be Louisville Southern train. and use of coffee has materially shortened CHURCH AFFAIRS. the everlasting contumely Jenny Marshall, tho acknowledged days or that if he had eschewed it done deserves his of his fellows. ijucen of the Now York The first quarterly iin'ctiiig of this and tobacco he would now bo double as Krr,ihin old as he is. of tho Commissioner shows dieil worth $500,000 and willed it in part conference year will be held at the if rirr ir oL,t,n,r .,,! The report 8 L. full ii,r,.iiM.i.L. QLJ j to the men who gave it. Saturday Methodist church here next t!H,72D pensioners on Bowling Green papers give glow- that there are now The The Steamer, City of Peking, from nnd Sunday. the roll, 5:5,(175 having been added during accounts of the preparations that are ing Elder George G- Taylor, of Jotlerson the average Japan, brings an account of a tidal avef the year, and that being mado for the meeting oi tho mSL -amount drawn by eacli is sl.Jl.li a year. in which nearly SO0 persons lost their county, came up yesterday to hold a i Young Men's Editorial Association ana itooiu .'W nouses were wasneo nicoting with Elder Joseph Ballon at In round nuriibers $00,000,000 was pnid lives ,in,. mi.i Saturday of this week. Fairview, in Garrard county out for pensions during tho last fiscal nway . . . programme includes a grand hop nnd -- Writing from Billhead, Rev. It. It. Ull Vlll pilt'CUtSCd t IlC 111 ic'CSt of Ml'. Starffi The Somerset council has accepted making the total so paid since 1801 events. The boys wont year, other interesting 41:5.17. In addition to this al- the DeCoppett Ice Co.'s proposal to fur Noel says: "Meeting still in progress, bllSUlCSS (if. conduct old where travel on free passes, as they had expectnish the city with 55 electric lights, 1'0- wi tli overllowing houses at night; have , UG lessen the most incomputable amount, the people Slipply tltC WUllls of .. ed, but is hoped that will not have had to pay out millions for soldiers' candlelight power at $15 each a year for been hero 12dajs; 32 additions to (I1l(t 11CW )(!, roilS fl'ODl (I. attendance, though it is likely it will. and much interest manifested; the speak- homes, examinations, &c. It begins to ten years. is t Four cents a mile for the round-trier in good trim it William J. McDonald has been could secure look like it cost more to save the glo- 4t... !,, The Brooklyn Taberaacle is to be refound guilty of murder in sending poisf ii, excent the Louis- - rious country than it is worth mads v oned candy through tho mails to the built on n lot costing $125,000. Dr. ville, St. Louis & Texas, tho general paswill iersona)ly break ground for In an article some time since wifeof a minister in St. Johns. N. B.. (Jits, School Boolis, Wall senger agent of that line, Mr. J. K. Boyd from thechargesof offi- who died after eating it. the Tabernacle on tho 2Sth iiict. He courteously extending tho ufo cial corruption, we failed to include Col. tow first-clas- s preached on the Baptism of Fue Sunday of it free of charge. goods. Commonwealth's Atgood Academy of Music. A. II. Clark, the at the to do A ROBBER'S GOOD DEED. As the original charge was not The meeting at the Christian church and. best worhman-lih- e Sexatoii Siiekman, who takes so much torney. ( huiirr ft i:cn:c to designed to include him we did not He ;iv I'pit III closed Sunday night, the visible results Very Womn In Illntrn-Rinterest in his friend, tho negro, should think he needed nny vindication, but on How stramrelv the cood nnd bnd ln- - being 10 additions. The invisible results ceaso for a while to view with alarm the pleas- - terminglc in the breast of man Is strik- - cannot bo overestimated. The evangelalleges that race is treated in the the suggestion of a friend, we take way he in stating now that we discovered ingly shown by tho train of circum ist, Rev. A. P. Cobb, has labored with South, and let his work of love manifest ure sweet scent- nothing on investigation that could in- stances attending1 the recapture of an earnestnes that has improved all itself closer home. In his jure the high standing of tho upright Smith, the train robber, who is await- who heard him, and it is safe to say no ed State at Murray City the other night man and officer the colonel has the rep- ing trlnl in the county jail at Prescott, more instructive series of sermons has the white residents set fire to and burned Cnl. In March hist ho, in company ever been delivered here. He takes for no utation of being. the houso of George Washington with threo others, robbed tho eastern-boun- d with him tho high regard of both saint other reason than that they wanted no Coi.. E. C. Comian issued his Atlantic nnd Pacific express at ami sinner, and there is a general desire A Houso in which you can And blacks in that place. This outrage hapGap daily last week, there- Canyon Diablo, and n month afterward, that ho will visit us again. His next pening beyond tho limits of the Solid by adding to the many strange things nfter ono of the longest chn-'oon rec- meeting is at Mayfield and so great is South will" make no impression, howev- that have come to pass in Bell county in ord, tho party wero captured by Sheriff the demand for his Services that he bus er, on those alleged philanthropists, who the Inst two years. If tho boom doesn't O'Nell nnd pobto in Utih. While on engagements nearly a year in advance. trade on the effort to arraign one section burst in Middlesborons soon as many tho return trip to Arizona. Smith of our common country against the oth prophesy, tho colonel may imitate the effected his escape by jumping from n THE er. bedbug that has been immortalized in enr window on tho Atchison, Topeka & Santn Fo while tho train was rapidly A MiiiiII Vnt Iiilnri'ntluir Anliiml I'rt. verse, and get there all tho same with descending tho Raton mountains in The agony is over and tho office of the biggest of money devils. Onu of the nmullest and most intcrcntlng Any of the abovo goods exchanged for Country Produce. New Mexico. pension commissioner, which has gone Ho in alof animal pots is tho Ho at onco struck out for Texas, tak- most the color of a ripa haul nut, ami often begging since Tanner disgraced it, has at FuAWNCf the reaction which seems We do a strictly Cash Businoss and our prices are the tils home in those tfciiAO last been filled. The appointee is no less bound to come, the Middlesboro Town ing horses wherever tho opportunity makes the nest, computed of small bushes, LOWEST leaves, where Come and see what wo can save you. B. Raum, Co. closed tho Bale of lots Friday, after presented, and riding ns long ns they a personage the Hon. Green dried moss, hair and any other soft matewero nble to carry him. O n tho afterrial available, is mado fast In tho forks of of Illinois, who was commissioner of In- $000,000 had been realized. As high as noon of tho ninth day, whilo in tho and there tho little rodont sots ternal Be venue from 1870 to 1883. Tho $125 per foot was pnid for some of tho Pan Handle, near Vernon. Smith dis- tho buxhes, in hoiihckccMiig. himself up one than the lots, which shows how crazy people can Next door to Portman Houso. appointment is n better They do not ni ways build ia the bunlics, covered n woman aimlessly wandering Stanford, Ky. country had reason to expect and if he become when the speculation fever at over tho prairie, and, recognizing tho but often t'hooso a sjiot among tho woods wilt rAfiisn to bo led bv the nose by tho tacks them. A year aito tho company fact that she must bo lost or in trouble, and Kruss ncur their food supply, which seeds, burrlcft, bugs, of G. A. U., an honest conduct of the office bonj,llt l0(000 acres of hind that they are ho rodo up and accosted her. She incrickets und ucoms. will result. now selling at such startling figures, at ; formed him that sho had been lost two The field mouse, is a very hy little create dnys, during which time sho had gono uro, and Is not easy to capture, but wlion ,.uen. rnyi-n- ir,....;. inn acre . ... . . .. T1IK HOel 8U11S Ol wiii. without food. Knowing that in her kept in a cage they become very tamo, und The pay of tho soldiers alone in the emaciated condition sho could not pos- uro full of cunning little unties, which soon against tho Covington Commonwealth to their ovrnora. new and the Owensboro Inquirer are said to Harlan campaign was over $2,000. In sibly survive much longer without as- endour thuui naturalist succeeded in cuntAn tunutcur quietly Bleeping. If tho auditor is ns addition to this the transportation, ra sistance, Smith, thu Cbcaped train rob- Tiring n be with two New new smart n man as we take him to be he will , tions and other items will foot il p even ber, fleeing thoueii ho was to cscapo young ones, and re put the wuolu family Libel more, nnd tho worst of it iB their pres- trial for n crime tho penalty of which into a gauze wire cugo with a pustoboard not attempt to awaken them. New Calicoes, new collar-bowith u Inverted for a suits never amount to more than the air- ence did no earthly good, ns the out- - was denth, and still carrying on each iloor cut In the side und a supply of cotton log his broken shackles, bethought him for n bed. break since shows. ing of dirty linen in tho courts. New new of a wind-miho had passed somo Ihis urraugement just nutted Molhor Tiik Pullman I'alnco Car Co. earned eight miles back, nnd, putting tho Mouso. Sho fitted up tho by Tub "undorbrush of tho Richmond $8,:i'i:y..)!)5 during the last fiscal year, New tho cotton Into Huffy shreds, and in the new womnn on his horse, conducted her to Register" very frankly says that ho was midst sho deposited nino tiny mice, uboul leaving a surplus of $2,251,5:50 nfter all it. an inch und a quarter in longlh and largo joking and that ho did not intend to Ho left her. nnd riding along tho urouud n& u expenses were paid. The net earnings wound tho feelings of the thin editor of see wiud-mlmice wore of tho porters nro not stated, but they wlro fenco that inclosed tho Tho "boys," an Uic tho thin column of the very thin Clifor five or six miles, until ho discov- culled, spent their tiino in scurrying about are not far from tho abovo figures. max. Some or bouio how or other these ered the enmp of the men omployod over thu cage, wrestling uud tumbllug know how to tho uio.t comical mununruutll inveterate jokers never Tub South Dakota legislature elected to keep It in repair, he Informod them ur und in hunury, whon, soloating a dainty Shoes. own medicine nnd Tip's an- Richard Pettigrew and G. C. Moody, of tho woman's condition. Thoy ut thoy grow would sit up on their baunchos tnke their morsel, thoy other living evidence of it. onco saddled, and, although tho night and nibble ut it, turning it with their two exceedingly short horses, to tho U. fingers uud stopping to look up at was nearly gono, started at onco for to jump with both S. Senate. tholr captors u if expecting unothur tidbit. .We had n mind and found tho woman tho so much But Mother feet on Bro. Rucker, of tho Somerset r weak, but skylurklug uudiiouso objectedto toluaku tua a young NEWS CONDENSED. determined Reporter, for culling us a whisky advostill nllvo, nnd ut onco brought hor to "boys" tako a shsro in the care and recate, till we glanced further up the colHartranft, of Pennsylvania, n place wlioro fcho was cared for. At sponsibilities of the homo. Tho "boys" obumn and saw his nice compliment of us is (lend. daylight tho sheriff and posso in pur- jected, and tho mother ut length used comto secure obedience. and our paper. Wo don't mind a man Win. Waterman, aged 111 years, died suit of Smith met tho same men, nnd, pulsion Sho would catch ouo of thu "boys," and :d:r,uq-gkcs- t administer)) the anti- at Grand Rapids, Michigan. definding from their account and giving poison if ho nfter culling him severely with hor little dote with it. Joseph Appleton fell down stairs at scription In which direction tho fugi- paw, gather him in hor urms und push mm into tho bedroom where thobubies luyslcop-big-. tive hud gone, purmed him. Lexington and broke his neck. Meanwhile, the other "boy" would DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, n From tho looks of the Liberty' Frees Boforo high noon thoy hud 0. B. BosbyBhell has been appointed view Ihodiscomtlturoof his brolhor from was him, and Smith, thu ono would infer that tho sheriff FANCY ARTICLES, &C. director of tho Mint at Philadelphia. tho top of tho cugo. However, it would hours soon becomo his turn, for ut tho first opwho, less than twenty-fou- r nbout to soil all the land in Casey counThirty-sevearo in full before, hud turned from his way to portunity tho old lady would box his un- I'hyticwns prescription accurately compounded. ty for taxes.ikTho people there want a blast in tho small town of Henderson. succor an unfortunate woman, was soundly and buudlo him In to keep thobnbles through rifilroad to make their lands John Keeno shot and killed Leo Da- shot from his saddle while resisting nu warm. v;orth something. But tho "boy" proved to bo young savvis at a negro festival near Shelbyvillo. arrest, which ho might have provont-e- d ages, and uto off tho heads of four of their Tho Pacific Coast will ask tho next by avoiding tho delay and observaTiik Paris Record is the latest additon and smothered three more. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, for fortification?, tion 'so entailed. Tho story Is good Then there was troullo In that Interesting to nowspaperdom there. Messrs. John- Congress for CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. enough to have a moral; but doubtloss family, but bow it turncii out uo ono know, son & l'ryor are tho editors and tho first Kc. becuuso at thl junotuio a real human boy Ever, brought to thu market. I'ricei lower than It is stated that tho Princo of Wales Smith, who Is In tho jail awaiting trial number Is very creditable indeed. It the loweit. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. to mlschlovously allowed thorn to escape, and will bo printed every Thursday nt $1 u has Bright's disenso and will not live n for his llfo on nccouut of it, fails thev wore icon no morn OoMod Tluv paired on short)notice anil warranted. discover it St. Louis year. year. Thk letter Hint Secretary Xoblo wrote to Tanner who imagined himself the autocrat of the Pension Bureau, has been oiven to the public. It is with reference to the illegal remting of the employees in his olllce and the continent injustice to the thousands of more worthy pensioners in the country. The letter reads like the production of an honest man, whom nature must have intended for a democrat as witnets the following sentence: "It may beMliat this country is strong and great, and has at its command a surplus that no other nation ever had; hut if sums of money to the amounts above mentioned may be granted without any other consideration of fact or law than seems to have been giv-ithese cases, it will depend solely upon a single olllcer's disposition whether the resources of Government shall bo for its maintenance or not." There is evidently no misnomer in Noble. n sulll-cient f iHsrnnnintod no far as iiossiblo with the rest of tho houso and a blue Hag or card with tho word "diphtheria" upon it posted. Cloths upon which secretions from tho diseas'd pirts are received should be burned or immediately immersed in chloride of lime of six ounces to the gallon of water. Linen used about patients should bo immediately upon removal boiled or immersed in chloride of lime. At tho close of a case thorough disinfection should bo perfected by burning mattresses and comforts, boiling other bedding nnd burning sulphur in the room. Tho brother of Judge Jackson, of Louisville, died at Parkorsburg, W. Va., ' aged 88. -- a son of I'ostmasterJordan.ofMau- Chester Va., is under arrest for robbing the uutil6. - 'UNPRECEDENTED ' SUCCESS This season has allowed us to sell goods at less profits than beore. ( The greater our sales the less our margin of profits.) Our maxim which j govei'licd US 101)1 Olll' beginning ill busitlCSS l() Calculate llinporytu has been unanimously elected president of llayti, if election it can bo called. A negro ravisher was hung at fokej Cormorant, Miss., Saturday night, by a mob of his own color. Tammany has nominated Amos J. Cummings to till tho vacancy caused by tho death of Congressman Cox. Small-pois raging on Peleo Island Erie, and the a fishing resort in inhabitants are Since the beginning of the year 'X National Banks have been authorized to do business in the State of Texas. Congressman Finley has had his son, Charles, annolnted general deputy in Collector Scott's otlico in fouisville. fouls I, King of Portugal, has gone the way of all flesh and his son, under the title of Carlos I., will succeed him. On the city's proposition to furnish tho shops with water for 50 years, thu K. C. has decided to locate them at Coving, x panic-stricke- f We can sell an article is still adhered to and. htis won for us hundreds of friends. (This is quite a contrast from the old fogy idea, Iloiv much profit can we make on an article r) In iy OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT Every glirmcnt that story and each our house tells its ment a truly wonaerfui salesman. ne siyies, me qualifies, tne ship ana tne prices an spcacor jo sucn varieties any other in this town. at of the prices: Fine ladies' Jackets $2, worth $3.o0; Ladies' worth $; Ladies' fine imported Jersey all Striped Jackets Jackets in all $5, worth $6.50; Ladies' Newmarkets worth correspondingly $7.o0, worth $10 and all better grades will sold at have also an elegant line of Plush, garments, Bottom Prices. mile-ston- e .. MA ! or-i,o- w THE LOUISVILLE STORE.Stanford. BRYANT - - Manager. demi-monde- , & STRATTON Business College SV LE KY - Fri-Th- o I .... JftLS wT . Sl.Oo'-Vn- S, - p 'Sll,f former the,,.... ,.,.,; the J will J (ill ! (.wrt-tnr- v Tal-ma- exhoner-ntingJudg- o Paints, Full Stock of Drugs jewelry repaiis in the style. respectfully, ! ana silverware at prices, for Jeweler, ready I have a Paper, Jewel nt watch lli-l- . W. B. MoROBEBTS. Just What Groceries, is Needed ! Cumber-Cumberlan- d s Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, Glassware, &c. FIELD-MOUS- E. field-mous- e. joaras bros,, con-Bin- ts ; hnzt.'1-tiutt- i, NEW DRESS GOODS, Canton Flannels, Ginghams, Pcnangs, Hosiery, Underwear and Buttons, - jew Flannels, field-mouM- ) half-grow- n x bed-roo- Trimmings, Blankets. ll bod-roo- tour-lu- g leud-pcucl- ll hulf-Ri-ow- n Call and our gents' Waukenphast Petiole also full line ladies' and Children's Con-gresslSh- oe; -- del-icat- o SEVERANCE & SON. wind-mil- l, school-teache- Ex-Go- Ao Mo 1PWN & jeweleh, ovor-tako- train-robbe- r, n bar-roo- foster-brothe- rs rost-Disnutc- b. I TS,S1 " ' "" qCijHf iiiMii HHMII..H., Semi-Week- ', I I i i A malo Klrnfle was born nt tliu ZooTiik nevnpupi'rn all over the country wlicro A I Field's Minstrels hnvo appear- logical Garden in Cincinnati Sunday. ed Hpeak in tliu bliflieHt prnlHe of tliu At Mil Kplscopnl Stuiilny-Hclioin Nr.w lot of boys clothing nt' S. II. performance, which exceeds in novelties j this city recently each scholar was re Stankohd, Ky., Octoiiku 'J2, 18J9 Sliankn'. and fun those of any previous season. quired to stand up and repeat a verse of Comk ami Kfo our new Ulonkn. .Sever- - The houso is going to be crowded, if half Scripture. Dud Talbott's little go who have asked us about its coming. sou, Hart, had selected for his verse, hiico A Son. LC.O. WALTON, Bus. "It is I, be not afraid." When his turn fc'ev- A LAttoK-linof ladies' Thosi: who know said that Miss llettio came he arose in his place and said, "It's erance A Son. Bernard Chase, who was to play '.'Little me, don't git skeered." Paris Itecord. MEANS BUSINESS. Nuwlotof jewelry and watches jutti Coquette" hero last night, is a star of greater magnitude than generally favors H. McHobertH. CoMKiuul suttlu your nrcotint. A. It. received. the smaller towns. Wo goto press be runny. Anv one wishing n wheat drill will do fore the performance, satisfied that those Watciikh nnl jnwclry rejmiri'il and well to feo inc. I. M. Ilruce. warranted. A. It. IVnny. who fail to attend will. regret it. For County Judge, Yotm niTiiiint 1h rrwly, ilt'imo call nml Al. Fields', Walton's OpMintiii:i.m. 1'i.oi'KMknt. When the girl is willing, K'ttlo. McItohcrtH A &Uwi. XV. it is mighty easy to circumvent the old TiiKla'Ht plnco to buy ilruxH, patent era lloiihc, Saturday night, 'Jfith. For County Mtomey, iiK'diciiH'H nml loik't nrtii'k'H ih at A. It. folks. This fact has been again proved, photo- (lo to Itowland for tlrat-chiPoiuiv'h. this time by Will White, youngest son IS. Uuv your whool bookn, ink, tablet. lirapha and tin types, &0 cts. per do.en, of It. L. White, and Miss Ada Menefee, pviifilH and hcIiuoI supplies of nil Frank Cordier. taper, For County Clerk, I;iniln from A. It. IVnnv. the very pretty dnughter of the late It silThu voting lady's mother II. Menefee. NKwIotof jowehy, watches and All silverware objected to thu match because of the verware just received. PERSONAL POINTS. For Sherili; sold will be engraved at reasonable rates. youthfuliiess of both the girl, who is but Mil. S. S. M YKIIH is viMtllltf ill lxuis-vill- W. H. Mcltoberts. 17, and the boy, who is but L'O, but love N. ly Interior Journal tSri.KNDin now Horjjlinin ut T. It. Wnl-ton'- s. - Manager T. i. WflliTOHr -- m DemuGratiDTicRrjt, Thomas Joseph Variion, Dealer In- - m Paxton. George It. Cooper. e. . ! j. J. v I IS I. i;? v better than ever and the entertainment can hardly be beaten. Admission oO sod 7f cents. Secure your sent early if you want to be sure of one. . Tiikiik were several knock downs Saturday but none of them amounted to anything. The init serious trouble occurred a short time tcforc the close of the polls, when Mrshal J. B. Owens ItmhsA. C. Sink, instead of (J. (i. struck Jis l'ortman for applying a vile Wine, as the types hud it, who is Ulu epithet to him. The blow was on the gate to thu Grand 1ulgu of Odd Felhead ami tore up the scalp making quite low h. a bad wound. As the matter will likely Tiik Owensboro Messenger says that be judiciously investigated, we refrain Dr. W. It, Arnieiidt is building several from further notice at present. houses there, one on lot that cost ylll) a float foot. Two Shot. In a drunken row at Mn. W. G. MiKinnkv, transfer clerk Saturday night between Bill of the I.. A; N., at Decatur, Ala., is visit- Gaddisaud Bill Gooeh, two young white ing his parents here. He likes his loca- toughs, who have been in trouble before tion very much. and George Brown, colored, thu latter Mil John I'iiitciiaiiii, of the New was shot in the groin, the ball striking Coal Co., was here Saturday. He the artery and producing what thu docsays his company will soon bo able to tors said was n fatal wound. Gaddiswas cars daily. ship shot through the muscle of the upper Miis. Mi'iii'iiv, Mrs. John F. Cash and left arm. He and Gooeh were lodged in Miss ItelleCimli, delegates to the Nation jail here the same night by Marshal al Christian Convention at Louisville, Bums and G. W. Ilyan to nwait the circuit court. went dovvii yisterday. J. It. Ninnki.i.kv, one of the cleverKn.MMi. At Parksville Saturday Jas. est boys in town, left yesterday for Ohio accept lucnitivu position with the Ilrooks accused George Gordon of being to too intimate with Ids wife. A row folWrought Iron Ihinge. Co. lowed,, with John and Georgo Gordon, Mn. M. I'kvton, after two years' nnd son, on one side and John absence in the West, is back in Ken- father and James Ilrooks, brothers, on thu othtucky establishing agencies for an accier. Pistols were freely used and after dent insurance company. of battle had cleared John Jimhik M. II. Owsucv, Col. W. 0. the smoke Ilrooks was found to be dead and Geo. Hrudley, Judge W. 0. Hansford, Hon. F. wound in the foren F. Itobbitt were among tho slim attend- Gordon with bullet head and in tho (leshy part of hit) leg. ance of lawyers hero yesterday. Too latter is thu only one under arrest, Mn. A. 1. Scorr, advance w;tnt of Al the others made their escape. G. Field's Minstrels, was hero yesterday and the town will blossom forth Tiik large bnm of Mr. Smith Haugh-mawith many colored bills announcing the burned Saturday morning, with a show which will perform at Walton's big lot of feed, all of his harness and his ' Opera Houso Saturday night, UOtb. farming implements. The fire was not discovered until it had gotten under too CITY AND VICINITY. great headway to control and it was by hard and dangerous work that his horses (Jo to Ziminer's for oysters. seven in number, were gotten out. Green Nkw lot llugcy Whips at T. It. Wal- Daughmun, negro, was sleeping in the ton's. loft, and had to make his exit by jumping out of a window some '20 feet from Hkht beef steak at M. K.Klkin's at 10 the ground. It is thought that a lantern cento per pound. which Hnughman left lighted exploded New Beans, Hominy, Pickles, ike, at and caused the fire. Thu loos is about $.r)00; no insurance. A. A. Warren's Model (Jrocery. . Kinney correspondent, imssitd through Sunday to Hrodhcad to visit his sihJer. Miskv J. (J. IIavs and James N. Denny, of Garrard, left for Kanwis City J ri. day ulelit to see to their proiwrty there. John !!sti, of Casey, a clever young man who has on several neeusiou done this paper favors, was in the city S.itur-d.iy- . 11 litis-tonvillo I am dally opening a splun did line o new fall and winter millinery, to which Cumberlaix!. Miss I.ir..n: Hka.i.kv is visiting friends I invite the attention of the ladies. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. nt Uriib Orchard. Miss I'ciiuv .McI.ksn, of Indiana, is Tin: l..Si N. will sell round trip tickvisiting Miss Kmily Alexander. good till lli nt ets to Knoxvilla Mk. J am km Wii.mot has returned from one faro on account of the big trade's pan visit to his wife at Oxingtun. rade and industrial exposition there 'd W.M. I)acoiii:kty mid John ltlankeu-shi- p to '.Mth. went to Kn.xville last night. Tom Fkiiiiii.1, has succeeded to the po Tin: New laud family continues to in crease. Otis J. Newlaud has another sition of Jehu of the Lancaster iUige. I'ltor. T. M. Oooiikmiiiit, of Franklin, lwy since Thursday night and Saturday hns been on n visit to Squire J. S. Mur-pb- n girl was born to SlieriU'iinil Mrs. T. 1). Newlaud. Miss Ki.i.kn Hw.i.oi', of Somert-ef- , visTiiitornii forgetfulhiess a pair of pants ited her parunts bore Saturday and Sunwete left hanging out in front of Mr. S. day. II. Shanks' store Friday night. It speaks Miss I.ivv Tatk is back for a protractwell for the town to say that they were ed visit to friends in Iniisville and I.eb-anounmolested and were found as they had been left the night before. Mk. It. K. McltoiiKiiTsaud wife, of lui-rastuspent Sunday with parents at this IIamnu sold out my furniture and place. undertaker's business. I desire to collect I'll. JioMwTKi.v, the optician, contiiuu'S all accounts due me as speedily as possiU) ndlitininU'r'to thoHo sight is ini-p- ble, that I may engage in other business. red. 1 hope my friends and customers will Mih.mw Amci: a.vdSaii.mi MirriAi.p, of appreciate my situation and make an efNashville, are thu quests of Mr: and Mrs. fort to thus accomodate me. Uespect-fully- , Tom Metcnlf. It. K. Wcaruii. Books mn be Mis4 "Ttmp" Stuai.t, of Crab Orchard, found at Geo. I). Wearen's. has been visiting the Misses Beuzley, on Tin: great and only Al Field and his Logan's Creek. Mn. J. II. Mkiimio.v, of Winlleld, Mo. srore or more of talented minstrels will is on a isit to his brother, (.iron C. Mtr- - be here on time next Saturday. Come in ami see the street parade and stay to hIioii, after an absence of "JO yeurs. Mn. J. il, Vamkmik, our valued Me the show. The company is larger and Uait. Ciainem CitAio is llnhing in thu to-da- --- laughs at locksmiths and opposition and For Jailer, an elopement was planned. Sunday night they came to town to church, but S7S7VTL 7Uf. instead of returning home, tliey jook the For Assessor, train for Jellico and are no doubt now husband and wife. Mr. White had not E. D. supplied himself with the wedding garment, so he awakened Henry Gabriel, nt For Superintendent of Common School, Salinger's store, and invested in a suit of W. F. McClnry. head to foot. Latkii. The couple reFor Surveyor, turned yesterday, having been married by Squire Gray at Jellico. A. Jolm Menefee. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, HI ) t 41 i OWENS. Kennedy. MAIN & SOMERSET Harry 5TKW STREETS, (81 Evans, CiucuiT CoriiT began yesterday with the day entirely devoted to getting the APVKUTISKMKNTS. r, ht al juries charged and straightened out. Judge T. . Morrow arrived Sunday and at 10 o'clock yesterday the following grand jury was sworn .in and charged in a very comprehensive manner by Commonwealth's Attorney, Win. llemdon: J. T. McKinney, Dan Hob man. Granville Haley, W. T. Smith, Dr C. Fowler, J. II. Itaney, Samuel Chandler. K. B. Caldwell, P. C. Sandidge, J. M. Cook, G. W. Martin, Isaac Herring , llii.linnl llil.1i W. II. Wrh.lit. lVirtu Itobim-on- , J. K. Wright. K. B. Caldwell was appointed foreman of the jury and thoji the following petit jurors were sworn in: F. Iteiil, John Spieis, II. 1. Young, J. S. Mobcrly, C. B. Sampson, Josh Myers, W. Underwood, J. Taylor, J. K. Helm, J. T Higgins, J. B. Gentry, Sam Be id, A. C. Robinson, K. B. Heazley. The lint is not complete, owing to several being excused for good reason. The docket being set for the -- d day, court adjourned at noon. ffzk MOTHERS WTM STANFORD, KY. I Is !!. .. T uAKE fiicnu EASY M& CHILD LL55EN5 KWUco T0 I LIFE Ob BRADnflflJBiafORaANWBA i 21!?'$ -- Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. a ONCE MORE THEY COME, Thitime::-;:- Fruit Jars, Tin Cans and Stoneware of the best kinds. and better than mi Prices Always Reasonable. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. Al. G. Fields & Oo.'s R T. R. WALTON. Tin: FitiMMiY Flection. The democ- racy again presents to the people of Lin coln county a splendid ticket for the of- 1 llces to be tilled next August. The jail I I H er's race created considerable excitement mm 1 ! iff but the popular sentiment that a faithful officer shnll be endorsed by a second term, was again manifested by the selection of Sam M. Owens to be the candidate to succeed himself. His majority "Waltoit'H as will be seen below is '200, which is a STANl'OKD, decided compliment when he had as opSATUKDAY ponents two such good and popular men. EVENINU, The rest of the ticket is A No. 1 ami the whole is a winner. Let all past preferContistin of ences be now forgotten and let's all of us go in not merely to elect the ticket, but 90 Comedians, Vocalists and Qmcsrs, 99. to show how great a majority we can I.KONZO, the EjjTptlan Wonder Worker. give it. KtlWAKI) ESTUS.tho World'i Greatrt iiTwn il il nni K w Opera House, October 26 OUR Celebrated Buell Boots Have arrived; single and and, box toe oU-gra- in Jel-lic- o Mia 'ft.". ?i a.2I r?:2. 5 i i i -'0 i i i : 1 I :B.Tc- C -.-3? ? 2. i --! i I i : . i V. I ! : ! ! i ! a:i c C; r- I 1 1'Aoan, Hino;) " 3pnf juno,-- ) 1, 11 'uoi!',! tmoi .3I1JU!IV (j Vamps, plain in hip and calf. Boys' extra high Buell Button Boots; Bro&an Boots in split, VM. VAN, the Great Comedian. LOUIS KKKR and hi famoiM HAND. and liiv; plain and box toe in child's, Without doubt the t Mm&tnl Combinaboys' and men's sizes. tion of AI.I. KAKTII. Administrator's Sale Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed and hand welts. Cowan, deed., will on As Adn aittrator of S. Friday, October 25, 1889, Ladies' fine hid and goat Shoes, in machine sewed Rubber-Line- d Epii-llbri- a Kreate-- K. I ll'tO' uni3 'iadoog ' 03;) lm 'of )' hn. late reiidence iK mites, from lluttonvillc, in Lincoln county, Ky., tell publicly the personalty of which he died postered, comaMing (inncipally of Hussy, Farm-in- c Two Mares, t work Mule, i no-to- At arid hand turned. l..i;wi -- 0 c -- . jji;'33).iiiW r" ;t!cf 'pucM9: t y 'Xpaiiuj j.iI"S I hi ! - 2" iOW M ljp la nu.wgji.g i.mts " Njiior Termn .&c. Imulrmenti. All iinni of io and o cr cah ; over that amount, 3 monthi' credit on notes with interest and personal security. JOHN N. MKNEI'EE, Administrator A-- Gum Boots, Arctics and sandals in children' s, Misses, women and men's sizes. A ( ( ii WO 1 K-go mho JJ nan JOW cl J vy A U.C M ftyJ iif 'laiiiadjnot; ooqis O to-dii- y n 11 LisJ penter '2'2't i I lu1- - .jny ,iiri;4 y inv ug "" ojor 'iiiKJii.--) i 'lb"l' JO.3A tiouiuloa i A consisting of Hois, 100 Sheep, 2 yearling Mules, Mule. Hull, Stii-r-, 4 Milk Cows. llroud Mure and Colt, Farming Implement! and ery, a lot of Wheat, Oats, Corn in Shock about 30 stacks ot Hay, kc. Terms made known on day ol sale. 35 1 1 1 1 Ma-Ch- ii At thu same timeand place and in the tamo man. tier, assurviving partner, I will sell thn personalty belonging 10 the firm of S. F. Cowan .V Son, BRUCE & McEOBERTS. The Great Remedies! KKF.T SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases in all its stages. Necrosis, Ac. Price $1 per bottle. MAVIS' IHONllITTERS is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia it gives a keeu appetite, enrichestthe blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles and nervous system. Price $1 per bottle. GATLIKH'S WORM SYRUP is made of the best worm killers and cxpcllers known to the medical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, sife and reliable. Price $ per bottle. GATLIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, Ac. Acts as cathartic. Price 35 cents per box. Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the 70 V t3JV (. COWAN. It will be seen that Owens bent and Newland :$7. 1 Car- 1U Jones Uros. a'pnir John Wilson, of Doyle, bought of LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE of No. mare mules RAILROAD. for :iLr. The Great & With Mo LINE. 11 Tiik L. & N. seeuiB to bo playing in Any one wanting tin typo pictures will please call at Harp's Art Gallery, Stan- bad luck recently. For a long time Tho "Mothor'a Frlond." wrecks were exceedingly uncommon, but Not only ihorteln labor nnd leisent pain attend-inford, Ky. it, but grcally diminUlu'i the ibiiRer to thu for the hut fowweeks there have been both the luothtTHlid the child if uteilafuw Lost, in Stanford, on tho 12th, a pair several very disasterous ones. At molitht before continciuetit. Write to the of spectacles. Finder will receive reSunday morning, freight train, Kesiilntnr Co. Atlanta, On., for further pur ward by leaving them nt tho Intkuiou No. :12 dashed through an open switch llculnis. I'or sale by A. R. l'emiy, Stanlord, Joi'KSAi. olllcq. Thomas M. Green. and IP cars loaded with coal, lumber, LIQUOR HAB- piled up in a shapeless mass. DUONKENNESS-TH- E Jno. N. Mk.nkkki: has ipialllled as ad- Ac, were Strange to say tho engine which was lT-- In all tho World thoro ls'but one Spoolflo. ministrator of M. L. ltichards and udver euro, Dr. Ualnos' driven by J. F. LnKue, staid on tho track It ivin btigntn in a cup aoldon colTce without of tea or Uses that ho will sell nil of his personalty together with thu tender and two coal the knowledge of the person taking il, cfTcclliu a publicly nt liia Into residence near Mt. cars and not one of tho crew was hurt. tpeetly and permanent cure, whether the patient Salem, on Tuesday, Oct. Uftth. alcoholic wreck. The wrecked cam plowed entirely thro' ii a moderate driuker or an been cured who . Tnontands of diunlnrdi have SoMi:8orl()of thu town boys put in a houso on tho sido of the track, which have taken 'ho C.oldcii Specific in tlicir colTeo bulieve they their llret voto Saturday. Tlioy nru start fortunately was unoccupied, tho family without their knowledge, nnd the right road by joining tho having moved out tho day before. It rpiit drinking of their own freowill. No harmful ing otifon its udminiitrution. Curct guarcITcct rt'ulu great nnd good democratic party, which required u great deal of work to remove anteed. Send fromcircular and full particular. for passengers had to bo wo guarantee tlioy shall be justly proud the debris nnd in contidenie Goldks SrtctKic Co., 185 transferred for eeverul trains. HaieSncet, Cincinnati, O. of when 1802 comes. u Nel-sonvil- le livi-Ro- f Kinch West, n noted Texas desperado nnd murderer, once it member of Quant rell's guerillas, has been arrested in the Indian Territory. Hcv. F. II. Taylor concluded n meeting last Friday night nt Mt. Freedom church that resulted in Hi additions. Harrodsburg Democrat. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. THROUGHTRUNK SOUTH & WEST 3&MMMMM Q4B Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, SEW FUBMTURE STORE! MAOK HITFFMAWo F1BWDF. ltr.iJ-ficl- d Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News &Miss.Valley Co. Only one change to points in ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking hornet on the line of this road will receive Special rates. ot this Company for rates, routes ic or write toC. 1". ATMOItr.. G )'. & T. A., Louisville, Ky y Ad-dre- Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furjiiinr and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such' f ooda can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will bo convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. 1 Li ', ' "''' -'- I'-- rv-- - ,ju-- u fifi .jtw.iili m IllinnsWSiitJilnW 'ni .ii..'. .." 'li.liiir in.t,itnHMIilM aJV TWUri If 1C iJ- - 1 - r w II PM 111 'SMM t Will HI ! irTMl I M t 11 M II M PirT llflM MIB I I lirMIll PI HIWII III I I 1 !! MP I 1111 II p II PI IS J.PT.JTJ If 11" Kl I J ;: V 4, I ii ii 3W I w fr K h Vm y I' l I pulled oil bis boot and then his stocking, 8. O. DAVIS, which bo looked at for a moment, as If bo did not know how to go about It, Tom's PHYSICIAN AND, SURGEON, mother wis on her foot now, all ongcrnoss, HAPPY TOM. MT. ArirmT01N', Iv V. and sho called up to her husband : -i Published Every Tuosday and Friday "Ueglnnt tho too, ladl'' You see, slit) Office neat door to Whitehead's Drug Store. hud knit those stockings herself, nud of Special attention giten to diseases of children A. Thrllllne Story That Will Ploae good honest Hootch wool, nnd sho knew nil PJCIt YJCAR,iy ADVANOffi tho Boys and Girls. about It, At last ho got tho thread started and unrWhtn not o pld $2.60 will be charged."1 raveled, row HARRY A. EVANs, tf ENGLAND nnd and dug out uafter row. Ho took his knlfo JT. c& bit of tho hard mortar and Beotlund men build CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL vory tall brick chim. tied It on tho j am. It caiuo slowly down K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. IIUaTONVIIiLE. KY neys which entry oft tho tnll chimney, blow n about by tho wind, j STANFORD, KV Train leases Rowland at 700 a. in., returning tho stnolo from tlin but tt was coming. Arc ttlll In the business nnd ready to d any As soon nsTom saw that his father had' I. ne In the I'lideM-iklnP '" great factories. Thoj Eiiffineerinrr and Surveying in thing of Cases anil Laakiltnl ailWc have a full off stock kinds and Holies ate so tall that 11 lot caught bis idea ho wasthread llko tho wind. of evrrr description Our hearse, which is nearly all branches. reached tho L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of scaffolding inbuilt But beforo tho littlo new can be obtained n shnrt nonce Mr J II. round litem no that ground he wus back nil out of breath, bring-lireeti Ins charge nf ur business and will show 11 31pm Mail train going North our goods tn any one needing ailsthing In our the men may get up Intra big ba.l of stout twine. A dozen will 131pm 1 South.... 1825. ing bauds wore ready to tlo it to tho 3 urn, l line tts;pm nnd down to their Express train " South 1)103 ' North-..- .. lipm work. When tho and thenhold shouted. 6 30 a m OkiI Freight North fast tho string, lad, nnd pull creat chlmnev In It "Now 55Spm south. up." mun passengers. llnlshed tho The tatter trams also carry On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, Mir When tho tvvtno got to tho big at tho top ami ropo was fastened ou, und tho top without The above ii calculated on ManJard time, Solar chandtsc, lc , apply to the old utmost, This powder never vanes. A marvel purity, fatter time it about to minutes take till tho scaffold J11I111 Weber and Henry Clsus have apeiied n breathing they watched tt slowly uncoil strength and wholesomencsi. More economical Pennsylvania ing down. Tho man hulesile Peer Fire Insurance Co. and pirp.rtd Ikittlnig business at Junction City fjitiMt' ,ir-jj- fl llko n great sertvut. nnd tit last that, too, than the ordinary kinds and can not be told ill to furnish the public in hose cl ate competition with the multitude ol low test, thort who lias cliargo ot 'ilHw? tr KOGLE weight, alum or phosphite powders. Sold only in Lightning clauses attuned una damages paid a dmen Uitl e., hi vciy itMMiiitlile rales. Send MISS tho building in called tho master mason, nnd had cached tbo top. )(iur oidvrs to thmi slittct at Jututlon City Tho Iron was thcro all right, nnd tlioy saw cans. whether fire ensues or not, IIUYAI, IIAMNU run iikk to (6-18 OF.O H IlKL'Ci:, Agent. Tt 106 Wall street. New York. Candidate for Superintendent of Public ho stays nt tho top until tho lust stick in that ho was making it fat. And now thoy i7 of Lincoln county. Klcctinn August, 1890. down, then when ho U suro that nil Is Ight wondered If ho would havo tho Schools ncrvoto ho comes down himself by means of 11 ropo STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. which U fastened to n great Iron ring nt tho come down. The last hour liml been n terriHI. ble strain upon htm, when It seemed that top of tho chimney. All nersons wishing 4 pleasant life and well I have moved my meat store across the street pleased wife let them use I'atcnt Flour made at Jsow, if ou will remember about this you ho must stay In that littlo clrclo until he 1 a Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeali, in the Commercial Hotel, north side of Main st , blanford Roller MdU Call for it at Tour itro- will sfo just how tho Incidents of this story dlrd. to the action of the Democratic party. cery, and if Ibey liavs. not got it on hand, urge Ho cumo to the edge of tho chimney nud whero have titled tip With increased facilities, I c. ion August, iBgo cauio about. am tnem 10 keep it ur gel an order from them and mado n slgu of descent. Then ho began to puclicnow better prepared than ever to furnish the Torn Sanders wits tro son of u master with all kinds ol fresh meats. eel it at the Mill 3' d I will cuarantee a ulcasant jtj Fourth Ascnuc, comedown. He e.uno rapidly about hnlf M F l'.LKIN and interesting laiitny 00 tuuson. Ho was n sturdy Scotch boy, not a , A vs .v rut T-- , Superintendent w3-- then, clutching the ropo'eonvulsivch, 98 - bit handsome, fiv ho had red hair niid ho stopped. We will p'oecute to the full extent of the law freckles und big foot and hands nnd n snub NURSERIES ivcry, fyed and Sale Stable His head fell back and 11 cry of horror BLUE-GRA- SS very person found on our lands with gun nnd nose, but lie had npilrnf as merry bluoeyos C. A. BENEDICT & CO., slog or net. I. O LVAA ns ever twinkled In u boy's hed, utul he went up when thoy thought that, after nil, A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, 8 M ALlCi: TUCKKR. was always so thnt tho other ho would be killed. Again Tom cumo to tho (ape Vinet, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, Woll Drillers & Pump Adjusters, front and shouted: boys called him "Happy Tom." and everything for the orchird and garden We "Dltinugi'o It up, fojUicr; prices to Ho never chaneo to "tanford, ky R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. for ho had hmllota of brothers got lonesome, further noo, dlnnn. gi'o it up I" It's buta bit employ no agents but sell direct ot low immense the planter Personal inspection of our u nnd sistors. stock invited Description catitli gue with .ilu.i. And ho didn't givo it up. Rousing nil his Me suggestions on application Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished Thoy lived In iv wm little house, but It was jo DENJIST. factory prices. II K HIM.KN'MKYKK, nil their own, and they had n garden where strength ho took hold once more and slid l.oington, Ky Office on Maui street, oppotite l'ortman House, they raised their vegetables. They hud n oafely to tho ground, whero ho fell nil In n 71 8t upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painlest cow and a pig, uud Tom's mother had u little hoap, as weak uud helpless as a baby. extracting. M. ISUUCK, How they kissed him aud cried over htm corner under tho window whero sho planted STANFORD, KENTUCKY. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. snd how Tom's mother thanked God, and flowers. t ON' DON, K how proud Tom was when his father nt last AND FEED STABLE, . UVBT, SALE 80 you see thoy woro a very hnppy nnd Good turniuls anJ saddle horses always lor hlrt staggered to his feet, and, laying his hand My New Houso on Main St., busy family on reasonable terms Loudon is the most convenW. B. Tom's fattier could not always got work. ou his head, exclaimed: STANFORD. KY. Stanford, Ky For terms apply to Mr W. It. ient point on the ra rjid to reach places in th "My lad, thoa'st saved my life." Higgius. Stanford, or to me at Danville, the mountain se lion of the ite 1 ntu tolling you 10 Tho winter before this tlmo in DENTIST. Do you need to bo told that tho holiday LsiTTlh N HOl.MKS. 3 SPKC1AL A Tl KNTION to COMMUUCIAL of bo had been ldlo for a long time, nnd and mules bought and said in office recently Tom had to work pretty hard, but ho didn't was tho happiest ono that hnd ever cotuo to Office South tide Main street, travelers Horses vacated by Dr. L. F, Huffman, Stanford, Ky horsesand vehkles used tn livery mind it. Ho whistled and sang, nnd bis thoso humble folks! 1 shall havo to tell 3011 about It, however, Ms, Shingles and Shoes For Si!?, Only agent for 'he Also mother used to say with tears In her eyes: "Ah, ho s tho blithe, bonny lad, God bless for it was ou thnt day that n most wonderful thing happened to Tom. Something WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- him!" Rails acd 11,000 Poplar Ten Thousand E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Attornoy at Law, At last Tom's father got a "job." it was that nindu people change his nnmo from Shingles. hav on hand Men's, Women's Misses' and a good one, too. Ho was to superintend the "Happy Tom" to "Lucky Tom." I by -'Kontuoky. building of oue of tho largest chimneys Tho boys hod often bagged thnt their Children's Shoes, made will Alter, For wood A Co. Stanford, sell at the very lowest No Hotel In Kenlusky has a and Mundelle, which I repulitinn, years. Now the father would allow them to go Into n cave, prices have bought them and they must be situated on and its prpntnr is determined lht I tnrlfarm of Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin- - that had been built for several miles up tho coast, for they lived In sold. My stock is complete and those who want the wish to sell rike two miles 63 acres 1 he shall be maintained fron Manfurd children could have new shoes, nnd the counties and in the court of appeal bargains can get them by raiting. I mean busi-es- s. Und Lancastergrass; a comfortable dwelling 01 4 is all tn lOflice over McRobertt & Stagg's drug store. good mother could havo n gown, nnd Tom a seaport town. Hut tho cavo was full pf W C IIAII.bV, Turnersville. a bargain wator when the tide came in, und It was not roomsis slUMted tirtnn II Will sell at Stanford. could go buck to his books. O A 1IKNKDICT. 41 He has recently ai'desl tn its appointments safe for tho boys to go alone, but on this Day after day tho father went to his I work. Tom carried his dinner to him at day Tom's father said to him : "Now, lad, usk mo w hat ye will and I'll I keep on hand a No. quality of Jelhco, Lily noon, nnd when night enmo they were nil If I and Nut Coal in ray yard Leave your orders at together, a healthy group, nnd far happier grant It Ben can." MT. VKUNON, KY. Little slipped slyly up and whispered A Ward or S. S Myers' store and they will be attend-f- i than many who live in palaces. On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr. A First-Clas- s HIGGINS, Llvory Stnblo to promptly. J. U. Star ford Ky. vc II do, mother," in Tom's car: Hetcl'is still maintain "I'll tell tbco what be ( 11 Cooper A very This old and $j "Tho cave, nslc him to let us go in." And obtained at a bargain desirable place and can or call on Spesaid Mr. Bamlm-H- . 0110 d.iv. "The morrow To arcoinm.xla c tl e demands of his increased Address lug us fine rcputatisn. Charges reasonable. as that was tho very Idea that Tom had In ' after tho chimney is done we'll lia' a bitol W II ANDERSON, Harper, Kansas, transient patrnrae, Itr.t Turnouts furnished cial attention to the traveling public. Commercial I rsselers and others. Or l M MeROIIKR IS, Stanford, Ky. n holiday, and all go ower to tho Loch for his own head, no did ask it, uud of courso ,il. V NKWCOMH, 1'rop., X was Mt Verntn, Ky, y ram my place near I'reachersville on the night, Tho children heard U nud wero delighted, The granted. lot of candles with them and S3.1t ,,,'. took a I oth a red cow with slightly roau head, short f the somoold clothes, aud a generous basket of horn, a years old last spring. I will pay a liberal and day after day they questioned their reward for her return or for information leading fnthor us to when tho lmnnv dnv would lunch nnd nwny the went to tho envc. LOUISVILLR, KENTUCKY. I wish to sell tny Farm of t;o Acres, situated in so her recovery Tho opening of It was just it great bolo JOHN 11LANKENSHI1'. ' come. 4 miles irotu Ktrksville 'iko u cellar, but tbo boys kept ou and soon the Hyattsvillcandwell watered, pike, has upon 11 a comSTANFORD, KY. Lancaster It is "Wlllltbonext week, feylhcrl" rosy lit. in dwelling FORtlo Kuto would ask, und when ho would they found uu opening through which thoy fortablenecessary house, stable, orchard also fact, four THE LARGEST AND FINEST all the conveniences. 1 have trawled und found themselves in n great Office ou .ancastrr Street, opposite shako Ins head wco Will would plead: I would sell. room with a crystal roof. They held up their other tracts HANSIIK11RY U'KST, Hyattsville Having removed to this nlase from Liberty, to "Tell us how mony days will bo before wo A 58 J. HOTEL IN THE CITY. ...r Alirimwu tails randies nnd over' part of tho cavo glittered n.rtlrt tolll nrflieSSItin. he will IIIC ready at allw.houra can ha' our frolic." I pub lie the fact that wa if It were set with diamonds. Hut at last tho long waiting en mo to un hit or nlghttoanser calls in town or eonntry. Tom ran back to fetch his father, but ho I will sell the house known as the ThirtT years ollils tile were spent in Stanford and end, as all things do, nud Mr. Sanders ansaid he would ruther stty outside. Tbey reins 11 unnecessarj to speak ot his ability as RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACC0R0-IIInounced ono night to tho delighted chit' of tho patron-- , a physician and began to look for another room und soon Allll'IT AND DA1RV FAIIM of 1S0 Acres ! age ol the peoplesurgeon A sharevie nity is ask ed dren: ofatanford aud miles TO ROOMS. in found It. Tho only opening Into It was nt l.easenworth county, Kansas, within 13 dwell by him " tho chlmucy'll bo done, and tho3 km.jir.iv IV All lenced. a bolo just big enough for them to squcezo ling barn and smokehouse, 10 acres cf fine bear then, hey for our frolic !'' and Tho next nfternoon Tom nnd his mother through. This led to n smaller room, which ing apple orchard. 1 acres of grapes never other TURKISH RUSSIAN HA HIS IN HOTEL. IMPORTANT CHANCE OF TIME. tan small fruit magnificently watered i.y nnd tho children all wenttosco thoscuf- - the' bogan to explore. TurON'K THOUSAND DOLL HS cash ing springs. Country thickly settled and church I Ben fell over something which proved to es schools and railroad near Land adjoining 1M9. the lime ol trains on On and f er Sept 2 a bo tho skull of u man. It frightened him so and no better hi Id at J40 to $o per acte I here is theN N.AM V . F. D 'Old Ke.tut.ky Route" a c J2. that ho began to vvy, but Tom was inter- a fortune In this for an industrious man. I'rice jI ivlll tie us fultawft es iun Iv. I.esingtosi it nam The Cottage opposite the Railway Kasttnall dails ested, and looked about for uioro bonos, Jsopcr aire on eass frms. Address I ITS i w H " J " P Depot, Accomodation, " rs rJ W JOHN M. I'll! o i.p. m which he found It was plain that a man " ra estibuled F.x , ' Hoom'VN Y Life Huildiiig. Kamas Lity, Mo I K nt had died there. Accom air Lesmgton daily es Sun Si im tr P " 0jrraerly ccupled Iiy II K. Miller, Tt the same Fast mall, Shading his c.imllo with his hand Tom , place for hlOHT HUNDKhD UOLLAItb Veshbuled Ks arrives Lesingtnn dad) 4 4f ' grotied slowly round tho wall. Ho found a cash. Trains leaving Lcsmgion at 7 yi a m dail) and . , rude chair mado of boughs from a tree, n arriving at 10 tj P tn slaily Have Men wiisjji-a.B riS can Lc seeu by applying to Mr. W F pans und nn old ) Same table, one or two ntst3 J. II VAKKIMiU", '"S',."!' I 3 1 1,1 V. I' tl 1' A Crab Orchard. knife. This room liad been tho nbodo of a ? :w Pass Alt, S. A i!ltOMHl.Rl..Trv man sometime, but whenl Aud who was o o l.esington, K) . J OrrENHKIMFU, No 30 Stale Street, New ork "UlTTlC GUASS I)UT1C." ilvl M o g . o That was wnut Tom wanted to know. Ho P j?. groped oa tip to tho very darkest corner, THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE From nnd thero bis foot struck ugainst oomothing , Keulucky, Within a half mile id l.anca-itirhard Ho stopped nud saw that it was a CENTRAL, KENTUCKY On Iron trunk, fastened with u big lock. Nov. 5, 1S39, small ACood Houso &20O Acros I Tom tried to lift It, but could not. Evident- I will Ml p Of land, 40 Ar in closer The Und can be P 1 "hoot, uvniiin! rr.'vn ror.sii a rourf.vi:." ly It was full of something henv. cswn or 75 rented as a whole or In parcels, 10 gw "I guess feythor will coino now,' ho suld, of renter. small grain, suijje' t to t'ie ptflereHce W folding como down und tho father descend nnd ho crawled out to tell him. p Jt TO sixild prefer tn rent fir a scries of years n a And enure lot of Stock, coiisisting of Tom was light. Ills father did comu. tho long roic, for tho boys, thought that was In lanctcr, on lHvillt asenur, a first class FaST LINE UETWEEN Warding house, eight large risoois; hojic ma a great feat. Eageilj, too; nnd when he saw tho Iron B O 0 -gisd state of repair, within a few feet cf tho bus 10 Head of Jack Stock, 40 Head of Klowly tho men tool: down tho heavy tim- trunk be exclaimed: LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. iiiMs portion ol the ton.M Address bers und struelr tho r.lilcs of tho chimney "Hoot! lud; It's a money chest. Who AMElt.ON Ky rs rs PT Mrs D Horses, 66 Lsneastwr, with hammers to sen that thoro wero no know's butye've found a fortunol" SCMEDl'LK IN KM IX T MAY ii, itlo Consisting principally of lirood Mare and Includ- weak spi ts la It. Tom's father, up nt tho Together tttt-- gjt the I11MV3' box outside, N'o 6 N'o. 4 N'o V. ing my fine stulhcn, ON II.MK, Alio nil other top, wns paying groat itttoution to the for the tide had begun to come in aud the' jock tiecest iry to carry on a (arm, iiicluiling crop Lx Sun. n-BciLTOimovements of tho men, for ho had taken dared not sta' un longer The' curried It Daily Lit Sun sr ind farming utensils. i ra Oq Terms All sums under $10 casl ; ovr that great pains with that chimney, unit lie up ou the cliff, nud then with it heavy stono to l IS pin. IU p in e Lve Cincinnati . i 10 CRAll ORCHARD. KV amount negotiable note will be taken, pa) able in wanted to bo uuro that it nus nil right. . ' Tom's father broke tho lock nud opened It. Lve Covington .. 8 M a m I 09 p m J 45 P m months, with 6 per ccut. interest I. and catli ol p m a m o '7 p in 4 It wars full of gold, hard, 3 ellou gold, nil Lve Falmouth.... At lust it was nil done, and there Mood tho Dealer In- -Dry balance ll t nnd 6 pi r nut injcart withI m I IU a to I' m 5 40 P l,L ji little leather bags, aud In tho very bot- - Arr l'aris terest from day ot sale tall chlninuy in nil Its. beauty of workmanHL'ilnLI., Good3, Notions, Hats, Caps u no I' 11 00 p m t jo p rn 8 Shelby City, Ky. ship, nnd the men gave a great shout. tout of tho trunk was n letter. Tho' had to Arr Lesingtnn " m C- i 10 p tn M a w l'aris unfold It very euro fully, for It was rotton Lve Winchesttr.. u Hardwire, Queens-warTom and his mother looked up nt tho top. Hoots, Shoes. CViliing It 05 p m Arr .'". 7 y P inware, F urmture and a p tn It was so high that tho brawny mason with ago. It was written In red ink, nnd Arr Richmond.. . Arr Lancaster-- .. 4 jo p m 00 30 looked like a lit tlo boy. And now thoy this Is what It suul: Crocerios, Lino Concral a si 4 50 P I" Whosoever shall And till treasure shall Arr Stanford looked to ttM him coino down, but what w o 2 Fancy C nnlie t"ros Tie, Jt.c. ' 45 p in havo It lor his own, for I havo neither kith Lve Richmond uus tho mailer i LOUISVILLE, KY. exi hange for goods 3 00 p in All kinds of IVhIuco taken Thpy saw him start, look wildly about nor kin. Ni friend have I In nil tho world Arr llerea.. p in Lexington. 2T.3 Leading Agricultural Journal of tho South and West. p. ro save my bags of gold. I have lived for them Arr him and thou clasp hU hands nlinuthl" und with them, nud I shall die with thorn. No. 1. So. 3. head In n dazed sort of way. by Farmers for Farmnrn. N 0.5. .Made 5 B "I have not sinned to get this treasure, 'Plin inii lij.b.Ml nt. filial ntlicr iiml thou mi K'&cs This notice furevarns hunters, fishermen and wrf svhL0.?uJirul,.?sl!.cVlt.u.!:el. ???.: at tho chnnnf-- i , wandering what could bo unless It bo n sin to rob tho forgotten iloml, Lse Livingston. others not totrospass on our lands without tier w S ':,'...V'. unwiei.i..ru;....i,.iL;.V.fi.. it i"- .usiiiiiiin tho matter, when nil at oiilo tho truth bursL for I havo taken most of it from sunken Lve llerea , , wvsv mission, as all such wtllb- prosecute! to the full uinvuiivu o Arr Richmond..., stilus. "V IlleTarmeMttlelllsehrH. S'llrvnenu-i.nnreupon thoin est extent of the law Signed xn securing n full account of esery notable mo .1 in O 5? "1 have ri sited tny life often, but It paid Lve Stanford .. Tlioy limlfoi Rotten tlio rupol l.KO D HOI'PFR. T. I HILL, scess 011 the farm. It is distinctively the ry (a .1 Lancaster HAl i.H.MAN', Tlicic it luv In 11 coll on tlio ground. mo to bo oblo to it uud count over tho shiny Lve Richmond J.M. MeROIIKR IS.JR. M. S IIRUCK a in Arr FARMERS' OWN PAPER. ItOlIF McALlSll.R. J.K I1AUUIIMAN. Tnnned itntl gnniy an tlioy wero then fncos pieces nnd know that thoy wero nuuo. S II Lse Richmond. P m 6 to a in . A record of their dally life, presented In a form S II SHANKS, "Should over human oyos seek out my Arr Winchester .'luwKhuMly an they thought ot tho awful p in. 7 MRS HF.NRV IIAUGIIMXN. A M FI LAND and language which make it plain to all. 'i a m e, and llnd my treasure, a in 7 4 Arr l'aris. ...... eoimeitueiu'eis of tliulr luUtultc. AVhut could Uding-pla- i F..T I'HNCK, JOHN W HOLMI S, IT8 LIST OF OONTRIDUTORO ( C. I'AKIIISll. A J HAVHL'n, tlioy will Hud my bones bosido It, Lve Lexlugtou p in 7 00 3 45 P "i Contains the most nrogresslve farm-tr- s butlonel It v:t3 IpipoHslble to gut laddera M I. RICHARDS. p m a S3 4 35 P m D V. 1IOLMF.S. 45 I ROADWAY, of the tiouth and West. They do not treat that would rciifh lotne top of tho great ntiJ I ask that hj who Is the lucky llndor Lse l'aris JOSH ADAMS p m PIIILHKRT RICHARD.-- . Lve Falmouth. 5 07 sjf theoretical farmin;;, but of the actual condi- tower, und of course they could not throw will dig for mo a grave In tho crystal cham"i 9 13 p rr p in 10 jj ,a in 7 Arr Covington tions nhlcli confront us II. I'. Johnson j ber nnd murk tho place with 11 cross. That Arr Cincinnati . p ml 10 45 a in 7 3?Pn KY, AValdo V. Drown . Henry Steuait . John M. Stahl j any thing up to suclui height. R. B. It hud taken tho wholo foretj of men all Is all I huvo to Rk, und I will not even tell i. I', Ford , lefT. Welbortt , Hugh T. Hrooks ; John On theMaisville llranch, So 9. leaves Paris tt ray nutno Let that dio with mo." t. L'dgarj bteclc'B Uayou, T, II Baldwin nnd a day to tear down tho kciT lillng, und it arriving No. SUCCFSSOU TO at 545, p tboit of others make this journal indispensable. would tiiko ten days to build It up nguln. That wus a utrango will, was it nut? Hut 8 00, a m and 10 15, 11,m, and 810, in, m. No. at p Maytville at tc a Moreover, it I equally H stood tho test of tho law, nnd Tom wus leaves Maysville at 5,15 a in, arriving at Paris at Tiiocasobi-cuiun liopoltMa one. A HOME MAGAZINE. THE HATTER, No - letvei Maysville at 110 and rrl'MIOHAEL, 7 40, am Tho poor lnoiher throw herisolf on tho rich. tRvery subject of interest to the r is ground uud cried uud gioMied un if sho Hut it did not spoil him. Hi) wus tlio sumo arrises at Paris at 4 05, p m. These trains are fully urateil. Mary Marulcn, I.ols Catcsby. Mrs. dally except Sunday. 611 4TH AVBINUE, Ilrowri. Mrs, Daviess, Miss Cabell, Miss Xlosby, woro dying, und ull tlioolil.dtcn kept her Tom as before, only ho was ablo now to Lexington No 43 Alice Winston aud a score of others will contrib-ait- e company, nil but Tom. In that littlo ivd help people, uud ho dltl to Is. Y. Journal. 10 43 am, leases Sunday 10 05 am; arrises Paris rxrept LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. i'uhil). No. 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 13 pm; arrives Kalmouth head of 111 tlio t'Ti.ighta wero buzzing about round for J'ottiiiL FAITH LATIMER 790 pm: except Sunday llko bees. Tho Nobbiest & Most Stylish Mooro Did you sn'vo us much monoy us No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives CincinIs in charge of our ChllJren'a Department, and 1 " COMPANY "Thoro tnubt bo soiuo way," ho kept say-- i you thought she lias the peculiar faculty of being both jou would by spending tho nati 755 am; except Sunday. 8 30 a m; arrives KaL -- Stock of-'(I I I HISS lug over to hiuibulf, unit all tho tlmo he summer in the country!1 No ji leases Cincinnati and tustructhc. lmouth 10 30 a m; Suudar only kept thinking us hard us ever ho could. At Jfl ' THE MYSTERY OF THE HATION l'ooro (with u hard, bitter laugh) Savo No. 33 leaves Falmouth 4 15 p m; arrises 3s a thrilling story appearing in Home and last ho Hprang up with a. shout: 13pm; Sunday only. money! Why, man, my wifo has put up 1'AKM. by John It. Mustek, and is exciting wide No 1 runs dally between Lexing Ihavott!" hoerioii. Train Notts j.trn of pruorvosl Tlmo. attention Short stories by distinguished wrltern ton and Cincinnati, No 4 runs daily between Tho men thought that tho horror of lh appear from time to time. Cincinnati and Lexington. situation hail driven him. uud, but they soon Tuning O.is. DILL ARP'S LETTERS ffiViT-C.r'jNos a nnd 6 make connection, at Winchester F.scr brought to the city ol Lcuisvlll e, now open .,rT' km w bottor Havo you over taken eihurl" torpolntsontheN N V Ity ""T tAV Appear In each issue, nml this humorous plilloso- including the otandiug lit u liopolos No, 4 makes this cmiectionat Lexington Mr. 8. aiders wus "No; butltako gas every morning when more interesting titan at tills ueer 1her IMPORTANT -- Trains of ths line now arrive way looking down at tho littlo group, whon I getshuved." time. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. H,"TS at and depart from tho Central Union Pasengc IS ITS EIiITOIUWi UlllMUTMK.NT lorn, making u trumpet of IiIh hands, "Laughing-ga- s I" Station Cincinnati, making cornections for all TiIdmb ano 1'arm Kpeakt tioldly and fearlessly In jhoutod: Anda'somy own importation of Knglnh Hats "No; purely ootivcrsatlouul, I 0 to old points North, Kast and West Nehalf cf "l'arinein Rights ' It favors a Through tickets and baggage checked to an) and Caps An elegant linn ol Ccuei and I.on's ' "Pan you hoar me, feythor" titirrulous.1" Harper's linzur. of the tarlirlu bthulf of the fanner; better destination reached by a railroad. LEXINCTONLKY. Umbrellas always on hand, l'ine Ho nodded bU teud in reply, und then vrziud for the farmer , I'rce Mail Delivery to the Fur full particulars address any agent ol the Co Celebrated It .Mu'ieri it J)!uriit:f. Hrrrmer i among the farmers, and Its Void screamed up ut htm with all tho S. F. H. MORSF., K. II. IIACON, tntra is to " llut Trusts." Its motto Is still, Willy. I don't Mrs. Brown-Ke- ep etrongthof htnlungn: Traveling l'ast'g'r Agt., Geii'I Pass'g'rAgt., SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, muko such u f ins over having my hair " Fair Trade cud Farmers' flights." Covirgton, Ky Lexington, Ky, 'Tuk' olf thy Rtockln', an' unravol it, nn Gloves, and other Furs, a specialty. Orders outbrushed. H.H II UN l'lNCi ION, GcnerafMaiiagcr, S;ivl $2 to W I' Wnlton, Stanford, anJ get lot down tho thread wr 11 bit o' mortar side of city solicited, perfect satisfsctior guaranJli. Nil ylJrowit- - "either would J, ma, if I elk Semi Weekly Intkxioh Joirnai. and the 'Cutistlioaf mcl"' CKNKRAL OFFICF.S: Don't tail to order a NOIDIY HA't ;yi ilocrv- - and I ar.ii ono jeir ea h Chamber of Commerce lluildiiig, Cincinnati, 0 teed j Again ho nodded this tlmo eagerly. lie was haiidnLg tht jrush. i'uek. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal OUR YOUNG FOLKS pOYAi $J TT-- tf. l T. STTTTOIT g CO., ''Mm I I 1 ffl'PWS POWDER Absolutely Puro HHtabliulied at-t- FOE IlTSTDrilAlTCE bo-gi- BEER Jl I KATE 1 11 1 F. Brlnlcley Removal of Hutclier Shop WOOD 1 1 WALLAGE Men's Outfittor WARNING. LouiBville, Kentucky. gooit-naturc- d 4 I. DR. PENNY, 1 first-cla- ss THE MYERS HOUSE er WALLACE E. VARNON, 1 For Sale 1 Attention, Conl Burners. 1 FOB SALE Brick House and Lot, NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Pool and HiUiard I'arlorn Strayed or Stolen FABM FOB, SALE THE GALT HOUSE, ' O.H.M'llOBERTSfiM.DM Court-House -- SALE AT SACRIFICE 1 For Sale at a Sacrifice. Stroud Property aUCrabi Orchard, 'To-morro- ia n , f- P-- Ken-ued- J Kentucky Central R.R. 71-ji- n PTJBLSC SALS. Tuosday, FOR RKNT. ' My'Farm of 336 Acres, 111 a I at? a" 5-ras- South-Houn- cr. -- J. id -, Si 111 sl e, HOME AND FARM, 1 1 s of 111 I ' N'orth-Itoun- d. POSTED. - . it 111 o WM.ADAMS&SON, tlien-nnes- to-d- GEOGEGHAN, LEXINGTON, home-make- I S HAT world-renown, CREAM A-- &sm& -. ..1 f ! -as , ' ggWMWaali LtfX wwsiraBwhrfn!ni faisJ..-- iiium,', "T'SBiwrsT iitiK.M Al. ii&J ., r u-.- ymmtmsmsmkM V$tlt4tb&ft.jj&i!m&s "7l