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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889110801 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. McKINNEY. A Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, d889. FLATTERING CALL NO. 77, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. car-loa- Farmer's can't stand Hiirh .lames hurt bought prices, (icortfo llrm of MolvinA James, out the near here. J. H. Green Hold to A. T. Nunnelloy a lot of im liopi at :ij. family, except The M. Ii. Filbert, loft Tuesday for Iowa to make that their future home. Miss I.illie Owens, after u several weeks' visit at Jamestown, has returned home. It. II. Cooper will have to put another plate to the table. A new boy arrived at His house on the ltd liiMt. John S. Ctoodo and family have returned from their ex-- . tended visit in Texas. Harry S. Wood, thu cluver drun druiiur.br of Cincinnati, paid us a call. Capt. Frank Prowitt, of theO. S., with his crew of carpenters, lias been hero making Home repairs on I'orkopolis? Haw-mill s V.T. Xiiiiiu lev. Y. U. taisii anil n Kmuictt MeUorniack shipped of rattles from hurt. Thu citizens hero aro delighted over tlio prospects of a railroad from Rowland via Stanford to McKinnoy. They hold a meotlnn and subscribed liberally to the ourveyliiK fund. Fat hop aro nulling in tltin hood at :i.:U) to f.'t.oO; shipping cattle at 2 to :t centB. What's tlio matter with d To Cot.. W. G. Wki.ch: -- Thu under-- , Monlo Fox bought of James Wells Higned citizens of Lincoln county in view mules at $1115. of thu probability of a Constitutional Abo Smith sold to Johnson, of lloyle, Convention being called by the next leg-- I id heifers at St I. jslature ol Kentucky to revise the pres-- 1 Wantkd 4 bogs, to weigh about entCoiiHtitution, desiro to take time by ;Ji' pounds. T. the forelock and urge you to become a, A trco was cut down at Orting W.T. candidate for delegato for this county to inai oui i iuiii;. that Convention. We believe that each Thu Florida Orange crop this season county should endeavor to send to that is estimated at boxes. Convention a man of character, learning, L. G. Kdeltn, of Uoyle, bought of S. conservatism and love for ami pride in II. li.iugliman a jennet and jack colt for his State. Wu believe, you to bo thu man jtiOO. for this place and most earnestly request Hall, of Wayne, sold to M. S. M. thu usu of your name, pledging to you Itaiighman, u jennet and jennet colt for n-e- our earnest support: i:to. K. Ilro-naiig- J. II. Hutching, Daniel Ulehort, Foil Sai.k. I- - Hlver bridge, ."nni I. Hi"-klof Lexington, has been here looking to 0 years old ready for for horses market. Miss Jell Davis Howell and her friend, Mr. Gibbons, of Danville, paid us a call a few days since. Joo II. Walker, who baa been with contractors Mason fi Dickey on the K. V. for several months, has returned home. J. I. Crow is in Cincinnati selecting hi holiday goods. Thomas Walker, after several weeks' sojourn in Stanford, acting ns deputy jailer, has returned home. the tin-e- e, JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. Kid. G. W. Yancey preached here Monday and Tuesday nights. !at Friday's Intkkioh Jocusal ar- rived here. Saturday at noon. Why? Mr. Caskey, ago aliout 50, died at Mr. Moore's on the 1st inst. of heart disMr. Igan (iuthrie, of lVrryvillc, was lwdly injured last whoso hand spring by a saw, had thu index linger of bis right hand amputated last week bu could not me it. Ho is getting Drs. McMurtry, Polk along all right. Caldwell performed the operation. ami Mr. W. L. Meeker, night operator hero for the L. A N., has been promoted to day operator at I'ineville.iiMr. Hock-e- r, night operator for tho C. S., has been transferred to Kings Mountain. Mr. Hawkins succeeds him. Sipiiru S. C llrowcr, of I'arksvillo, is some butter. Will It. Minor is dangerously ill of typhoid fever. Logan Westerlleld is better. John Dinwiddle lias recovered from typhoid fever. It is reported that some lloaters in this precinct who had not sold were deprived of voting Monday became they were "not ready." So tlio mode of nomination has done that much good. Wu understood that after last Saturday the electioneering was to cease, but such lias not been thu iiisu. For any person to say that any certain person will be nominated for assessor, judge or jailei Men without a doubt, is nonsense. who ought to know better than anyone i'Im', wiy it will be close all aiouud C. T Walker bus withdrawn from the raio for nsacBsor. e W. Jones, S.un Hardin, James F. Hold-am- , J. D. I'ottus, Scott Farris, It. II. Gabo Salter, John Admistoti, A. W. Dillion.John T. Higgins, I). Ii. IM- T. miston, L. K. Wolis, J. II. M. Carson, S.un Tatem, A. M. Hubert, J. II. Gilkerson, W. I). Thompson, John S. Ivdmistou, M. W.Jones, W. II. Hansford, G. II. IlarriH, Asher Harris, K. It. Davis, I). C. Payne, Colonel Adams, Hurch Haley, Henry I'ettus, J. T. Chadwick, Curtis Gover, Mart Smith, Win. Tatuin, A. J. Sigler, Win. Stuart, F. A. Heller, II. 11. Fnrris, George Deboard, J. C. Itino-har- t, llruco Hansford, J. W. Moore, J. II. Hilton, A. M. Hiatt, It. C. Hy waters, W. G. I'Mmiston, Jesse Chustine, Pate King, Dan Holmaii, Sam Holmnn, John McClure, L. I) Garner, It. II. Ward. S. It. Pennington, 0. P. King, Charles Adams, S. A. Middlotou, G. C. Duniglu, J. K. Jones, Ii Minks, Sam I). Mngee, W. S. Garner, I). K. Farri, James P. Jones, John W. Holman, W. T. Satin-dorGrove Cook, P. K. Parrish, W. II. Arinenilt.S. H.Gormloy, T. H. Pettus, lisiley Colluns, Joseph ColFoy, Granville Haley, A. Carson, W. It. Dillion, Jesse F. S.dyer, A. II. Noaks, John Iluchanan, W. M Doores, W. O. Hansford, Win. inulucolts. D. A. medium to extra and II. II. Colyar, Richmond, Ky. John Hill bought in the Highland section some 'JO head of mountain heifers at 510 to $i:i.oO. A T. Nunnulley bought of O. P Nuwleand ISO largo hogs at J3.1!.r) and oj Sam Cochran 'Jo at Bauiu money. D. N. Prewitt bought of various par ties in this county 10 head of '1 and cattlo at 'i to 'Jj cunt. Potatoes aro soiling in soinu parts of Kansas at ten cents per bushel, while in other part people aru starving. C. O. Carson has traded his harness gelding to Wood Green for his pluetoti pony. It was an even ease. "CRAB lRCHARb. "oino of the farmers in this community are beginning to gather com; not an extra heavy ciop this season though. Our sick people are nil improving with chances of speedy recovery. I Ioavy frosts that will kill the germs of malaria will help them up. Mr. J. II. Hilton and family aro Hiitigly initiated into the Itobiiibon house, Dr. W. 11. Armondt near the depot. was hero looking after the estate of Mrn. Ariuundt, deceased. Capt. J. A. HiiHa-ker- , the gonial boot mid shoe man of Louisville, was here Tuesday night. "Go West" was Grcely's advice, but fcomo of our peoplo like thu "golden medium" nnd go to Middlesboro to grow up with tho country. Mr. T. J. Curtis and family liavo moved to Somorset. Mr. Curtis lias gono into business theie. Somerset is going to bo quite a city from all but yot thuy could not muster a team btrong enough to outpull tho Intk-moJoruxAi. boys last summer. Mr. K. W. Jones left us for Kowland "near the Center." llopo him success. Wo aro waiting patiently to see tlio election returns. Would like to hoar our rooster crow onco more loud nnd long. Although the chances nm against us in Homo of tho States, wo will hold lliem a close tight if wo don't got there. s, il Eleotrio Bitters. popul.iriu to Tills remedy I becoming so well known nnd to need ni spccl.il mention. All who have used Klectrlc lllttera slnir the .imeon)fof pr.iltu A purer medicine doe not exist and It ! guaranteed tu do all that is cl.ilmed. Klcctrlc Hitters will cure nil diseases of the I.lvcr mid wilt remove I'lmplei, Holts, Salt Itheuiu and other affections caused by Impure blood. Will drive Malaria from tho system and present as No other remedy can show so grand a well at cure all Malarial Fever i, For acureoii,11' cordof cures as Dr. King's New Ditcovcry for r.tlon try Constipation and Headache, uuaranteeu to do tint wtut is 'aur.inti ed rfTvotmumption. A.itisfacllon trie Hitter. Kntfrc It. ... Trial bottle free at A. K, I'cnny's I.. I an.l iii per bottle cUimedforit i tninnev rciunucu. bmg StoreA. 11. l'enny'i Kid-iien--.. druif-kwr- swap. Pence & Farris bad a tine brood mare, which they valued at WOO, to die Tuesday. They were unablu to find thu cause of her death. Thoroughbred Poland China male pigs for sale at thu farm of thu undersigned, tbreu miles south of Danville, wy. J. .M. van .Meter. 1't Tho Georgetown Times report sales of 111 head of l,6o0 pound cattle at , a lot of weanling mules at i'i'l and some aged mules in pairs al jJIO. James. Good shippers and best butchers are S. I). Higgins, J. A. Stephenson, J. It. in demand in Cincinnati at :t to t.'JO; Il.illey, W. P. White, Joieph Molvin, Ii other grades aro weak; hogs are weak at I). Kennedy, 0. Alexander, W. T. Stop!)-onsbn- , Jj to LIU; sheep firm at L'j to o; lambs J. 0. King, W. F. Kennedy, Geo. tooj. Cbastine, Win. Chustine, J. M. A farmer living near Klliuwood, Ii. F. Zeller, Kd F. W. Kansas, has a field of sugar beets that Dillion, W. 11. D. Illlllon, W. K. Huch- - will yield :i,r00 bushels to tho acre. amui, George Parrish, G. C. Kennedy, Some of them weigh as much ns L'O G. A. Adams, JohnNoahdyke, Uriah Al- pounds. bright, Win. Severance, Thomas Chap-pel- l, J. W. Kiigleiunn writes Iroin Water-villFonUiinu Fox Hohbitt.J. W. James, Me., where ho has gone to drive Morris.I. Harris, 11. G. Gover, J. II. Fish, for C. II. Nelson, that ho is bundling S, D. Hardin. Dictator, record 2:J1 J, Nelson, and I). W. Hatcher, Joo McClure, Dick lin- several other good ones. ker, J. F. Cummins, Jam-A. MeKin-iioA. T. Nunnelley Isjught of William John Novels, James M. Adams, Jas. Ijickey 11! head of cattlo at F. Wallin, William Miller. W. Dolmioy, IS cents and John Ilright 2.1 d James Naylor, J. ILTisdale, J. F. Smith, hogs, extra good, at $:i. 10 and of William William liodge.G. W. Smith, James S. Holtzclaw- - 40 at same price. Welch, P. T. Liwreuce, A. T. Nunnel-ley- , A project is on foot ta reclaim 100,-00- 0 W. P. Tatem, J. F. Higgins, T. W. acres of laud in tho Trinity Valley in Manuel, 0. P. New land. the vicinity of Dallas, Texas, by straight-oilin- g the channel of the river and Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Equnl draining the marshes. Kastern capital Rights Association. to tho amount of?l,oOO,000 is to bo put MT. SALEM. Tho second annual meeting of the Rights Association will into the scheme. Kentucky Give him a Trial Mrs. Hannah Hicbards, bur iliiugh-- ; Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Tho largest ciowd that has attended bo held in Lexington, November 15), 'M a sale in this section for years was at Mr. ter.Miss Leonora, W. T G. Alphonso, and -- I in tho court bouse. Thu morn.Arthur ami Walter Hicliards all started A C. SINE. J.N. MENEFEE ing and afternoon sessions will bo devot- Levi Hubblo's Tuesday. His enviable reputation as a breeder and raiser of lino on the train for Pulaski, Iowa, on last ed to transacting business and to reading Tuesday. and discussing papers presented by tho jack stock has become known thu counMr. Frank Sims went to Stanford on try over and tho.e interested in that Dealers In .State Superintendents of Departments class of stock were anxious to have one Thursday to buy a delivery wagon for and other writers. Tho oveulngs will be his quilting attachments. Treat Frank devoted to public addresses. Among the ormoruufhis splendid held of 10 to well while nmnnd Stanford, for he is n start on thu road to success ns ho did speakers will be Mrs. Mary II. Clay, of about LT) years ago. The first jack, Joe pretty good fellow, if be is a Caseyite. White Hall, ami Mis. Josephine K. HenThero :p much sickness in thi so -Blackburn, was bought by Dr. Hatnsey, ry, of Versailles, and on Thursday evenGarrard, for il.SOO; Brignoli, his other tion now. Mrs. Juliana WcWhorter, an Mouldings, Scroll Work, ing Ilev. Joseph It. Cottrell, 1). 1)., of unbeaten premium jack, brought $1,810 aged lady, cannot possibly survive many Franklin, will deliver an address on Wotook a relapse, and was bought by H. L. Hubble, of davs. George W. man SullVage. Godar and Locust Posts. this county; Jeroboam, to C. It. Bell, but is now on the mend again. William Tho basis of representation in thu conWe will carry a full stock of everjtlung found tn a Lumber Yard. 000; Prince Oliver and Tippecanoe, to Ijiy is thought to have the fever. Miss, and one vention is one delegate A. C. SINE, Ilusiness Manager. ' of Missouri, for J7J") and f(JI0; Jennie Smith is also ill. Duvall, for every ten paying uieuibets from each Mr. Green Clayton, who lives near Ilanibal, Jou Wright, of this county, for delegato-at-largauxiliary association and one t"S0; Napoleon, Wado Walker, Garrard, the toll gate in tho vicinity of Middle-burSBBBBSp5rfTr'BBBBs5'lTr Ot miles the shortest, B hours quickest Jietweca from each county in which thero is met with a serious accident on last $1,100; Levi .Morton, S. H. Owens, Somno auxiliary. Members present of thu erset, $l7o; West Prince, F. Ileid, S500; Saturday. It being mining that morning Statu K. K. A. coming fiom a county OrPhil Thompson, J. W. Simpson, Mercer, lie ascended his roof to cover n vacant where thero is no auxiliary, may choosu $M'y, Old Black whore ho had been repairing it, Hawk, Iko Shelby, spot onu of their uumberas thu county deleHenna Vista, Tarr, of Bourbon, when his feet slipped nnd ho fell to tho rjtuirc Trains Run Through Without Change. gato. Tho delegates will bo entertained, S'rOO; It was at first thought that bis Montrose, Joo Wright, J.")00; Cuitis, ground. will please and those expecting to attend THROUGH CAR SERVICE. Jones Bros., $103; Z.ick Smiley, Newell, leg was broken, but after summoning a address tho president. Reduced rnilroad of Pulaski, physician it wns found to bu not tbecaso fiJJO tho latter two are South llouint Train N0.1, Pullman Idiudnir Huff, rates have been obtained and delegates suckling colts and tho two above ei Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans tiro but ho was badly hurt. Chattanoiiif.i to Shreu-port- . and visitois when paying regular faro for yearlings. His jennets, 21! Train No. 5, Pullman Iloudolr Iluffet Sleeping On a trip to Libeity last Saturday in number, Cnrs Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati u ticket to Lexington should request the to Jacksonville and Knoxville. brought astonishingly high prices. wo found most of tho peoplo of Casey Sleepers St. Louis ticket agent to issue a printed cuitiflcato Daisv, tho dam of Brignoli and Jou preparing to become candidates at tho toNew Orleans u M. jc O. of purchase, which will bo countersigned Hlackburn, was bought by G. F. Ando"-- ' j next August election. There are already Condensed Schedule in Effect Maich 31, 1E84 by tho secretary of tho convention, ceiti-fyiu- g son. of Doyle, for Sl.:i30; Flora, Austin three Hicbinonds in the field on tho m tho holder has been in regu that lMCA-UP. Thompson, of Casey, $&,-- ; Hester, It. L. publican side for county judge and of IlKAD X)OAVIC. lar attendance at tho meeting; and to Salter, of Doylo, $885, while tho rest, in- cottrso the democrats at tho proper timo , TRAINS NORTH. TKAINa SOUTH. No. 41. No. a. turn tickets can bo procured at one-thirNo. 4. iNZ 6. No. 1. Wo. 3. No. 5. No. 7. cluding yearlings and colts, averaged will bring out their quota for tho posiSTATIONS. Dailv. I.im. Daily Fast Daily. Daily. Dally. tho regular fare. Ex. Sun, Dally. Ex. Ll'n. Daily Dally. 125 I.im. I.im. Ex. Sun. saddle tion. When tho saltry was only His about $'0d. of all 6 40 a ml 6 41 pm 10 jja m 330pm Tho presence and A'rv Cincinnati 403pm, Scopm 755am L've Villianitown...I.'ve was bought by Joo per annum tho olllce generally went 9 stallion, On Time, 8 30 a m 5 13 a m' jipra 9 53 am, 5 47lm 930pm SullYaL'ibts in the State is desired. For 4 10 a m 7 14 a m 1J38P in Georgetown Wright for 5300. Tho sale was contin begging nnd nobody but Doylo Ston , 10 59 a m 7 01 p in 10 29 p m '.Lexington- m 348 am! 4 15pm 7 00 a m u iop m further paiticulars address thu president, ued on Wednesday, on account of being Judge Dowman, George Helm or Capt. 11 30pm 7 35 pm 10 jj pm 10 35 a l.vp. ...l.ou. S. K. R....Arr. or Cor. Sec. Laura Clay, Pres,, 78 tlurjrin. Le. Arr more work than could bo done in ono Uaiiis would aspire for it; but now, since Lexington. Mrs. Kugouin II. a m p m j 50 a m 10 jo p m Iltirsrin... when another largo crowd was pres- - tho salary bus been raised to $I(K), tlio 11 Jjpm 8 45 pmiina m ik 17 am Uc.., Danville.. ,..Arr 'S am 3 Jo day a 35 . am 530 a m 1031 p m ii 30 pm i 59pm. I 16 a m 11 am ........Junction City Farmer, Cor. Sec, 1,02(1 Kusscll street, 38 ft m a J3 r m j aoa m 1030 pin 3 45 cut. Tlio horso stock, including some most brilliant talent in ffio county is I 15 pm 9 lopm'Ua 30 Covington. I 05 a m 1 15 p m a 30 a m Somerset... I 00 pm 05 a in 300pm good brood mares, sold nt SI 10 to Si 7o; reaching for it. While but ono cuudi-- j 6 jo p in Oakdale.. 4 ij a in 935 Pmii jn m 4 35 a rr. 5 35 am Chattanooga. ..L've 0 JO pm' 7 jj a m 8 35 am 6 so p m Ar'v.. 4 tO a Hi Worth Knowing. work mules $:W3 pur pair; farming itn- - date has publicly announced himself for to 00 pm scoa m 7 35 m 10 n m 700pm Lvc.Chattanooca.. ..Ar'v 9 Mr, W. H.Morgan, mercoant, Lake Cily, Kla.. plemonts nt good prices and corn SL'-'- o county superintendent, wo are assured m 4 47 oz pm 9 49 p m'Ar'v.... . ..tt.iila... 3 oopm 300 pm was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a dl ,14!pm 45 pm l, ve Ilirmingham,. or later all the school teacl Tuscaloosa-in tbo Held. Tho farm was taken down that sooner 03 am 60S pm 31a m tressins Cough and running into Consumption in .Meridian ...,nI. vc 'lOCop lll, 35 p in 4 45 am Ar'v ers in tho county, both male nnd female, lis first ktaget. He tried many so called popular ut$.7.r0.md will bo sold privately or Orleans ...I.'ve 4 ijam 335Pm 11 co a m 6 30 a . irt a m t.'v ' Meridian Ar'v -- ... w'" " I'i'toro the peoplo for that posi940pm, couh remedies and steadily grew worse. Was rented out ' 6 iop in 'I 0 10 a m Lve Ar'v Jackson l' reduced In flesh, had difficulty in breathing and tion. ,.... 400 pm! J am I,'ve....Vicksbtirg ..II was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Monroe -- . 10 oj a ml, Bucklen's Arnica Salve 4 35P'n 8 30 p in Ar'v.. .Shreveporl.. .. 600 a mi. .. Discovery for Consumption and found immediate Tho "Mothor'B Prlond The licit salt c in the world for cuts, bruics, relief, and after using about a half dozen botllct : Train No. i, Pullman lloudoir Uuftet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans to Cincinnati Not only shortcut, labor nnd lessens pain attend- korei, ulcers, salt rheum, finer sores, tetter, chapfound himself wetland has had no return of the s. Car-mac- k, K(H-ble- e, s u, l.'JISO-poun- d Ira J. Davidson and family hnvo moved to Hush's Store. Tho Lily Mining company now load nbout 'JO cars of coal per day. F. II. Itiley has moved to his property near the depot and J. Ii. Kberlein now occupies the Jackson House. W. A. Moberly, who has been night operator at this place for the past year, Our trade has been so enormous this Kail that we find we will have was assigned to Hazel Patch the other day. Mr. Moberly made many friends to earlier than usual, consequently our buyer is in the city white in London. O. F. Duvall and Jou McKeu return- tin's week and we will open up for ed from a week's fishing ami hunting tour on thu Cumberland last Saturday. They caught fish, killed quail, squirrels nnd wild turkeys four of the latter. II. P. Witzell ACo.,of Knoxville.nre negotiating with parties hero in regard to buying n largo boundry of coal and o timber land on Cumberland and rivers near the mouth of tho latter stream. -- THE MOST- William Lovelace, street commissioner, is doing some much needed repairs on tho Htreets and alloys of the town and ho is hurrying the boys up in order to get thing-- in good shape beforu the grand jury assumes n sedentary posture. Already there are republican candidates out for about all the county olllces except that of county judge nnd as yet - OF no onu is announced as a candidate for that office, but I understand that it has been hinted about in the beads of the hollows, by tlio friends of W. P. Baker, that his candidacy for that position would givu satisfaction. Sam Swnnnor, who had bis arm severely mashed nt this depot several weeks ago while coupling cars, is about BOOTS AND SHOES, able for duty again. Win. Mahan, who was badly hurt last week in one of the That has ever been shown in Stanford. We don't advertise low prices mines at East Hernstndt by slate flailing on old goods or cry overstocked, but we sell more new goods for on him, is doing reasonably well and he says Ids mining tools are now for Kile.. dollar than any other house in town. Come and see us at the John Ulanton, the young man who robbed tho mail in Clay county last week, was taken to Covington Saturday to bo tried in tho U. S. court at that place. He robbed the mail on the rout leading from Hig Creek to Manchester. Ho hired tho mail enrrier, who is a boy, to let him ride behind him, pretending to bo very tired, and while on tho horse he cut thu pouch and slipped from it tho registered packages, one of which Sign of the Red Flag. was found on his person when captured and having accomplished his design he told the mail carrier that ho would leave him as be wanted to stop nt a house near by. Tho mail carrier discovered that thu sack was cut beforu he left him, but ns Illauton bad n large pistol he was afraid to say anything to him about it, but hurried on to Manchester, about 4 j vkLWsJ miles, and reported tho facts mid parties immediately started in pursuit of Ulanton and captured him next day. WanIs Receiving His ton is about 17 years old and is from Harlan county. WE ARE STILL HEADQUARTERS FOR LOW PRICES! k Saturday'sTrade Gomplete Hock-emti- ! Itines Overcoats, Clothing, Underwear, &c, Great Bargain Store, S. L. POWERS & COHU6.RUPLEY,-- - iii4wteHlM w i FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ' EOUGH ASTD SBESSED LUMBER, PATENT WIHE oSi.SH, DOORS iOFD Brackets and Laths, Shingles, Etc., BklSTDS u A1TO SLAT lirst-cla- l0 FENCE, ' g, Cincinnati nnd New leans. jJ-- d woll-know- n 7"i 1 j ( I J j 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 Ar'v-.Ne- w , North-Hound- j. iflMt Car. New Orleans to Cincinnati, ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup.. if used 1 few Car Chattanooga toCmciiiati lack- tions and poulivoly cures piles, or 110 pay reiiuir lives of loth the moihemml nmaii lloudoir anil uffclSlet-nin! Cincinnati, ..1. W. - A and K. T.. V. .V;G. Sleeper from Knoxville to Cincinnati. I, before confineaient. Write to the tonville tj ed. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, KHANK W WOOM.EV.Trav Pass. Act.. I.exincion. Ky. 1'rico s cents per box. field Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga, for further par-- ' anu iki, Agi. or money relunded. u. r.iivyuws, uen lOHN " 'AUl.T. General Manager, tlculait. For tale by A. R. Penny, Staniord. Cincinnati Obiu. Kor sale by A. K, Penny, Stanford, Ky. "'l TwYJKSuffl e rs. 'Sti iwwHsmiiwwmiy fl iT iimi riwNfMntpM pbMNMIMMWMMMMi gTANFORD, W. F. WALTON. t tF jHKi, 10,000 The news from Virginia ,is .pecliarly Ohio gives Gov. Campbell-ove- r a legislature which delightful to 'thoso who hnvo 'sought mniority and eltctB will bo nt loast 10 tlemocaatlc on Joint homes in other places, iller rddemptiou ballot, thns securing a democratic Sona-to- r la complete and no more shall wo hear KY., NOVEMIIER 8, 1889 to sncceol Senator Tayne. Was of tho dear old State being placed in tho doubtful column, which the slim majorithere over such a Waterloo? ty of 1,5:1!) for Cleveland induced the too In tho exuberance ot his grateful confident and too previous renublicnns democratic heart Mr. Wntterson broke to claim for her. Mahone, tho pestiferforth as follows, Wednesday: ous little renegade is buried under 33,000 The returns take one's breath away. majority by Capt. McKinney, a truo As was once said by a distinguished citi- blue democrat and a gentleman, while zen of Kentucky on a famous occision, tho legislature is more s than 'GrottmlHwell be d.un'd ! It is an earth-tiuake- democratic on joint ballot. It was a Such will certainly ho tho grand day for the democracy in the Old feeling among the republicans of tho Dominion and a glorious triumph of the rnited State this morning. They have people over partisan malignity mid nelost here and they have lost there. They gro supremacy. Thanksgiving day will have been caught coming anil they have be one in deed and in truth to Virginia been caught going. They aro down in and Virginians everywhere. the Hast and they aro down in the West. It is so bad that tho new States not India looks no larger on tho map than even the Montana steal will avail them Texas and yet the latent census gives it anything whatever. It is a democratic I77,0.")3 population, more than live cyclone from Cape Cod to Kalamazoo, times as many as the last census gave from Alpha to Omaha, from hell to tho U. S. Another remarkable feature two-third!" I be m m mm the m place, Before yon spend a single cent of your cash tor Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cap's, franks, Carpets, J fatting', $c.f it will be money in your pocket to give as a call before mailing any purchases. Money saved, is money made. If we can't do this are don't want you to buy of us. hard-earne- d Dress Goods! Dress Goods! Our Dress Goods department is crowded from early mom till late at niJht with eager purchasers for the many wonderful bargains offered there. fl GLEPSWEEP. The Demooracy On Top Everywhere, Even Taking In the States of Ohio and Iowa, And Wiping Up with Mahone in Virginia, the Earth And That's What's the Matter with the Beautiful Bird Above. OLOBY ENOUGH FOB ONE DAY. The election news is enough to warm tho marrow in the tones of the coldest democrat in the land. It is absolutely so good that it is almost past belief. We hive snowed Foraker under in Ohio, burioJ Mahone in Virginia, carried the republican stronghold of Iowa, redeemed New York, held on to Now Jersey and Maryland by increased majorities, snatched Colorado from the republican burning, made startling gains in Massachusetts and Nebraska and nailed Mississippi down tighter than ever. It was a famous victory indeed, and such as put the unmistakable seal of condemnation upon Harrison and his miserable, Pharisaical administration. If tho Lord elected him, as he claims, instead of bribery and boodle, Ho seems to have repented the job and turned him out to grass. No administration has ever received so fearful a black eye. The people aro disgusted and they have said so in tones that have been heard from one end of our broad land to the other. The result of Tuesday is but u foretaste of what is in store for us in 18,.)2, if, ue remain faithful to the cause of the people and stand steadfast in the faith. But wo aro too full for further utteraifce. Let us sing the good old long metro doxology with tho fervor and understanding of those who aro truly thankful for tliese and all His blessings. Kichmond, Va., gave a democratic majority of 5,473, a gain of 3,48o. The republican majority in Massachusetts is reduced from 18,000 to 0,000. 7 Colorado's republican majority of was wiped out Tuesday and the democrats carried the State. Hamilton county, which includes Cin cinnati, gave a democracic majority of 7,105. Bully for rorkopolis, . ..... Tho democrats elect a majority of 10m v. Wfalntiin.. but unfortunately . litu it does not choose a Senator this time, Wijsou will bo his own successor in tho U.S. Senate from Maryland. The rads and the mugwumps were not to down him. Tho entire Tammany democratic ticket was elected in New York by an aver-agmajority of 7,500, although tho county democracy and the republicans unit ed against it, Boodlo played a big hand in New Jer- sey, but Abbott was loo much for K. Uurd Grubb, ill.. republican monopoly candidate for governor, and is elected by fully 15,000 majority, with a legislature more democratic than ever. Last November Now York gave Harrison 13,000 plurality in round numbers. This year Rice, the democratic.1 candidate i.. I... nr rtftn for Secretary ol state, is eieeieu uy o,wu and perhaps more, while tho democrats gain many members of tho legislature. which has been tho Btronghold of republicanism, giving tho ticket from to 50,000 majority, elects Boies, candidate for governor, by at least 5,000 and probably 8,000. Tho rest of tho State democratic ticket is also elected, but tho legislature remains by a reduced majority. When ho saw that ino jig was up mr him, Little Breeches Foraker after villi- lying him in the most shameful manner i in his speeches, teiegrapneu iu mu...... . t i... "" ...i.n mo f..u n governor ol unio: that a defeated candidato can do so with propriety, allow me to offer my congratulations,' and assure you it will give me pleasure to extend you every courtesy I can show ybu in connection with your inauguration nnd,lhu commencement of rour administration. 13,-t'0- 11 - i,v ) -- - sulll-cie- nt j ' o j I rt,tf.. J j . ( i.t-x- j- . John Marks, a boy of 15, coolly murdered John Young, another negro of 14, at Carlisle. John C. Wood has been appointed Jellico. postmaster at Mt, Sterling vice W. II. I keep on hand myNo I quilitr ofyour olderl.ilyl yard Leave in nd Nul they will be mendWilkerson removed. Yard or S. S Mer" nloro aud J. " ' ' ' 4ii ' N tV to Three men fclljin a stream of molten edd, promptly. Starford. Ky. in I of metal at tho Colobrook, Pa. Iron Furnace mid were, cooked to death. I be Three cattlemen were frozen todeath to of. Lot, during the recent blizzard in Colorado A lSriclc rtcw nn CAm....t itr.ft. ii nreient occupied bv Mr while trying to save their stock. ti II Coor.' A ery dftiraule place and .aii le Col. Joint B. Castleman has pur- obuuird at a bargain Addren or call on W II. ANUKKMJN. Harper, kna, chased J. II. Lindenhergor's residence Or I'. M. McROIIKK IS, Stanford. Ky. C3 on 4th street, Louisville, for $28,000. unaniThe East End makes an almost Oils, School Books, Wall Lewis Gilchrist, of lxmisville, was AJ-- E I mous call on Col. W. G. Welch to begiven four months in the Ohio penitenlow first-clas- s come n candidate for delegate to the Conen Acrei, tiary for sending obscene matter through ih to ll my Farm ol 170 pike, 4 iiltiatedirom goods. a, good stitutional Convention. As the convento do mllct the Ilyatlkvilleand KirktYille mails. Lancatttr It l well watered, hat upon it a comtion has not been nor may not be called, the best workman-lik- e says fortable dwelllnK houie, liable, orchard in fact, A dispatch from Birmingham I hae aUo four neceaaary convenience. tho petition may be regarded as a little Very Lalibon was garo-te- d all the tracla I would ell that other premature, but there is hardly a doubt WEST, Hyatuvilie. J.HANSBEUKY 58 infd robbed of a large sum of money that tho legislature will call it and us our other night. friends express it, it does not hurt to there tho SALE OR .Matthew Crane, of Harrodshurg, take time by tho forelock. Col. Welch with Mrs. Medley and her is splendidly equipped for tho duties to ran away 1.AKOE AND tCOMMOIUOUS daughter. He left a wife and A Lancaster, on Danville atreet, (the oldHOUhh which his friends would call him and in lor children. Inatitute property, amiable old a boarding would reflect credit on old Lincoln in the eight destitute private y or not the desperado who mur- hou.e llwldpioperty la will be old. at public James Holt, . 1h.tr1r1lw.il nn 00. Convention to formulate a constitution. ' . . 'uoc. Md, 100.J i !. rnt... Coiley, in Russell, was outcry on Monday, Coming from tho home of his youth and dered Milton III I.'"-"'"- ' MIM.r.K k SANDlrr.K held without bail and sent to tho Col- court day. A House in which you can find young manhood, tho call is peculiarly I.anca.ur, or J I' SanAddrw. J. W. umbia jail to prevent a inob from hang- difer, Midleiboro Miller. flattering and will cause tho colonel's big heart to swell with further pride for Crab ing him. The Middlesboro News says that a Orchard and her citizens. locating corps of engineers aro running a MT. VERNON, KY. Gov. Bi'CKNKit has appointed Judge line of the Louisville Southern to that Hotelju ttill maintain Wiley J. Macy, of Hart, to be inspector place and that the road will certainly bo Thiiold and me il fine reputation. Charge reasonable. in place of Hon. Reuben extended thither. and examiner attention to the travelinK public. The body of C J. Reed, a traveling A. Miller, who has filled the ofllce so acAny of the above goods exchanged for Country Produce. .t. I". NKWCOMH, rrop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. man from Chicago, was found in the ceptably, but whose private business his resignation. The last leg- river at Independence, Mo. Ho had We do a strictly Cash Business and our prices are the LOWEST. lobbed and thrown in islature created tho office and fixed the been Come and see what wo can save you. R. B. salary at $3,000. Tho duties make the the river at Kansas City. K. Harris was attacked Mrs. Henry SUCCESSOR TO oflicer subject to tho order of the governJO-ETEor as an inspector and examiner to ex- on Fourth street, Louisville, by a robber; THE HATTER, Next door to Portman House. amine the hooks of any Statu official or who got away with several hundred dol 1YT1YII0HAEL, Stanford, Ky. which she 511 4TH AVENUE, county oflicer at any time ho may bo di- lars worth of her diamodns, rected to go. Judge Macy has been had in a hand satchel. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Capt. Unthank, of Bell county, recounty judge of Hart for 12 years and is ports thu Harlan county war at an end. a capable business man and lawyer. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Wils Howard has left the country. Stock of The Owensboro Inquirer sayB that There was one man killed instead of six T.'.llt.... II n C..,1.l.. . .f l.,. il... ....;!!,. ..-...in the recent skirmish. " """ "; Lcho, claims to have invented a process Walter West was seriously stabbed that renders perfect setting typo by ma- in the slicfulder a few days ago, near chinery and is having a model made to Dabney, in Pulaski county, by Georgo DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY. KvcrbroiiRlut tho ity o! Uuiivllle, now open bo lodged at the patent office in Wash- Clark. They were both school boys including the FANCY ARTICLES, &0. ington. If this bo true Mr. Snoddy's about 13 years of age. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS prospects for becoming if millionaire are Frank M. Smith, general Southern accurately componmlcd. Hat riiyiicianipretcripliou very rosy and his friends of tho quill agent for tho National Building and Ldan' Andftlnoniy own importation of Kntfliah I.yon'a and Cap. An decant lino ol Cane and hope that his brightest anticipations Association, of Minneapolis, with headCcklirateil Umbrellas alway on hand. Kin. . maybe realized. quarters at Knoxville, has nbsconded CAPS, didn't belong to him. SEAL SKIN SAGQUES, THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Instead of getting elected Mahone with 510,000 that Order Ho worked the pious dodge and got into Glove, and other Fur, a pecialty. got locked up in the calaboose. A lot CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. of city olicitod, perfect alifoctior guaran-tee. many people, who wore attracted by nf ... imt tn Don't tail toorder a NOllllV HAT, iivi Ever brought to this market. Trice lower than his apparent blameless conduct. His ,,,, the lowcit. Watchei, Clock and Jewelry He. itolflttU camlIe8 arQtml ,,, ' company has no connection with tho paired oil hort,'notice and warranted. when ho is alleged to have fired into the Building and Loan Association crowd, wounding one man in tho thigh. Southern branch hero. Tho fellow deserved to ho shot for ad- which hasti J Ono of tho severest snowstorms in ding further to thodeep degredation and for the history of Now Mexico prevailed disgust the the little marplot is in. three days this week doing great dam-ag- o to stock on tho northern ranges. A . .. The republicanto returning board as number of cowboys and sheep herders .. count tho votes of .Montana refused ordered by Judgo Do Wolfe, and threw have been lost, and it is feared they , have perished. Tho trains nro from five outenough to make the legislature CO., lican. They will so certify to Harrison to 12 hours late, and tho snow plows nro HUSTONVILLE, KY. kept in constant operation on tho Raton and he, of course, stands ready to pinto tho steal. Tho governor is and Glorietta mountains. At Los Vegas Are mil In the bunlncn and ready to do any ground and thine In the Undertaking line. We cratic and that is all that we have at 18 inches of snow covers tho ,"", Kobe! of all Mock of Can and ntSorocco and Albuquerque 8 inches, of every deicriplion. Our hearie, kind i nearlv which present. is a most unusual occurranco for new can be obtuilicd on ahort notice. Mr. J. U, which Grando Valley. fJrt.cn ha charnoolrur bimne At tho request of tho president wo that portion! the Rio tho Cluverius-Madiso- n our good to any one needing anand will Inshow our thing A murder similar to Vtf publish a notice of tho Second Annual startled Rich- line tragedy, which Meeting of tho Kentucky Equal Rights lni3 just ocAp.iOeintinn. wlnVli nmiiMirj nn nni- - llrul mond, Va., a few years ago, near Strcator, III. Joseph Smith ,)a,,c, although wo think tho dear old curred fishermen and 'I'lii notice forewarn hunti-rhiscousie, llettio Lee, were sweet,,,,, ,,,. bettor ,K, IltteI1(lil)(, t0 f. ami other not to trespass on our land without per. ovil moment tho girl mission, a all uch will bo prowcuted to the full, f, if t, , than trying to hearts and in an of the law. Signed. yielded to the impoitunities of hor lov- eit extent KO I). HOI'I'KR. usurp the prerogative of man. T.l IIII.L, er ami was shortly to become a mother. J SI. McKdilKltTS,JR. M.S. IIAURIIMAN, b kucb kout. mcai.is.1 Tin: Democratic Committee ilxed Last week they left the place together S. II. SHANKS. kk, j. S.ll. I1AUOMMAN. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select lino of Furniture M FKI.AND and after a few days Smith returned MRS. HENKV lAUOIl.MAN. A W. HOLMES, Louisville a tliu pl.iue and May L'.sth as JOHN hint K.T HAVIlhfN, and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods His crime was too much for con- A f' C. I'AKIUMI. the day for holding a convenlion to alone, J. however, and ho committed suicide, M. I. RICHARDS. can be bought in the cities. Give mo a trial and you will bo connominate a candidate for Clerk of the fessing to the murder of the girl, whose I). V. IIOI.MKK JOSH AIMMS .HIMH.RT RICHARDS. McKINNKY, vinced that I sell lower than tho J, n field with her head I) V. (1AINKS Court of App NiKhgth of which will give body was found in lowest. )r 1' V LOU AN, Mrs. SAM FORf) IRWIN. ..1....1 I., in- - blows from a club. cms satisfaction breakfast. Nothing hut demoemtic'gains. Democratic victories everywhere. In Massachusetts. In New York. In New Jer sey. 15 in best ot all anil ihckm-- ol all, in Ohio and Iowa l'ven Nebraska is in doubt. Wo take no account of Virginia; because we have never regarded tho result there as in the siutillestdcgrcc uncertain. From the tlrst Mahone's doom was sealed. He was playing the gambler's last stake and the loss of all was inevitable. This will he the end of him. Tho defeat of Foraker in Ohio brings joy o many hearts, and not all of them democratic iiearts either. The Governor has been an ugly partisan, but he has been a thorn in tho side ol his own political associates, too. This winds him up. It cooks his goose. No longer, will he worry anybody not even Sherman, Butterworth or Groevenor. It retires him to obscurity. It removes him frbm the list of Presidential posibilities. It is his Waterloo That this is an olf year is very true, but the significance of yesterday's vote can not be over stated. Let democrats everywhere be of good cheer. Let them lift up their hearts. Let them cleave together, one to another, and standing thus, shoulder to shoulder, let them march forward to the triumph that awaits us in 18i2. I of the country is that 10!) different are spoken there and no end to the number of dialects. Ian-imag- Foimkkh, Ilnlatcuil and their crowd went down to political damnation, Tuesday. Buck Fuzz is deader than a rat and the Field .Marshal bids farewell to hopes of vindication by election to tho Senate. They are a pair of ignoble brothers and dt serve Ifm fate that Iimm come to them. Some fellow in Richmond jumped on Fred Mussoy, the Commercial-Gazettcorrespondent, who has been vilifying Virginians for the last month or two, and gave him the whipping his malignity and meanness deserved. It is a wonder it wus not done sooner for him. e for this week: Dress Goods in all colors lie, worth luc; elegant Cashmeres in ait colors J Or, worth Joe; double-widtshades 15c, worth 25c; Henriettas 25c, worth 35c; all wool Tricots in all shades, 3S inches wide, Joe, worth Gov; ladies' Cloth o inches wide GOc, worth 00c; all J'laids. Black Silk, Warn. Hen riettas and other fine Dress Goods will be sold at special low figures this week. Don't forget to get as many tickets as possible on that $200 Organ at Look, h fieri-riettasina.il at some of our prices 36-inc- h THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Main stM NEWS CONDENSED. Stanford. M. SAUNGEK, Manager. Attention, Coal Hurners. Co-l Having purchased the former and FOB, SALE House and crest Mr. Sla$t J will conduct the business at the old stand, where f shall pleased supply the wants all ICE! pairons from a Paper, Jewelru watch FAUM FOB. S m Full Stock of Drugs Paints, style. ! I and Silverware at prices, for Jeweler, ready I have and jewelry repairs in the FOR ir. RENT. respectfully, W. B. MoROBEBTS. - -- Just What Groceries, - is Needed Glassware, ! NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Spe-c- Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, &c. Sj-tt- . saml-hagge- GEOGEGHAN, S BHOS., . H A T o9 il out-tid- A. M& PMNT, . ,,,,,. ,, ,,.. e d SEW FURNITURE ST0REI MAOK HUFFMAN?, P)IMP repub-Iowa- J. T. STJTTOIT A com-30,00- 0 demo-democrat- POSTED. . ,,, -- v 11. SSSffggrr" v 'Jwwn.w v.A V. It. Hnm, 22, and Miss Sidney Tiik Uoston Ideal Mliihtrels arrived on tiino yesterday and pavo o creditable a Hazlett, 10,twero married nt David Col- 1'okSai.k. A k'KO rod, nearly new. street parndo as possible considering tho lier's last night. C3 Will null cheap. Apply nt this olllee. rain and slush. Tho company is a ko1 . Stakfohd, Ky., Novkmiick 8, 1880 .VKW AilVKKTISKMENTS. Tin: ndjUHtvnt allowed VVeathurford it one and deserved to bo liberally natron.zed. Cook $lf)0 (liiiniiKcn for tb recent lire. .. ! A imifc was left hitched to tho ChrisU.O.WAWON.UB.JVlunnKor Tint Advocate announce.1) tlio nrrivnl ITe-of their tlrit bom, a boy, into the family tian church fence Monday evening and f1. :m:. taken away till somu timo Tueswas not of Col. Clif It. Anderxon. MEANS SUilNESS. day night. His not known whoco horse lint bouiilit the rluhl In tell the Kutika Oiilltlnz Attachment in Lincoln, datraril and ltoyle coun Oiia.ngks, lemons, bananas, foreign it was, but n man who would do such a tic. It works eiiiiilly well on all makouf oik In day maihinc, will ilo ten dmc- Com Kami your account. A. It. and domestic grapes, California pears, thing through carelessness should him- any cither manner ol i.nl(in. )lnn (act it is fine of of I'onny. Utior invert vur olferrd a the female Kieatetl llgs, dates and cHonnuts at 8. 8. My self bo treated to a like done. 77 lie will call J en yon in a few Watciihs and jtwclry repniri'il nml ers". warruntuil. A. It. IVnuy. DEATHS' DOINGS. Yoiiitjnccoiinl In ri'iuly, pU'iiw call and Ma I'm: Svnri', Buckwheat Flour, 1ULEY HOUSE, euttli. MultubortH A Stac. Mr. Joseph Page, nn estimable citiFrench Soups, Pickles, Hominy and P. D. niLBY, Proprietor, (Tin: bent plnco to liny lrnp jmtent New Ileaus lust received at A. A. Warren's zen, died nt his homo near Hustonville inuilicint'H (ti!(l toilet nrtlcli-- in at A. It. - Kentucky. Mr. Page was London, - Wednesday evening. Model Grocery. I'oiiiiv'r. about 75 years old and during his long liuv yottr Bohool bookri, Ink, UtblcU. London Circuit Court conenes Mon- life had made legions of friends who rehave moved lo my new Hotel and nm Ix'tter ull taper, pcncllH and wliool bupplit'H of than ever to I tindH day nml Frank Itiley is ready in his new gret his death oven in his ripu old age. preparedhery attached accommodate the nuhlic. NEW from A. It. IViinv. Oood I. and every convenience do GYPSY AND GERMANTOWN YARN. sited Give me a call. hotel to tako care of the public. He sure He was n devout Presbytorlnn and that FRANK KlI.r.Y. 77 and stop with him. church loses a most excellent member. PERSONAL POINTS. mm His wife preceded him to tho grave some HiaTiik sad intellegenco comes from C. C. tt'u.i.iANU, Ivio.., of Ml Vernon 'JO years, but two daughters and n son watha, Kansas, that Dr. nml Mis. L. It. nre left to feel tho irreparable loss of n is Attending court. Yates hnve been called tiHn to mourn attend-cour- t Lucy J. Conk Tliote having Hon. J. A.Ciuit, of Imdou, loving father. His remains were inter- will prctrnt themctainu against Mu. proven, at the to mr, properly the denth of their youngestchild Mary, hero Tuesday. red in the Hustonville cemetery nt 1' ear tett date. J V.COOK, Mas. W. It. Im.tkii, of Somerset, is who died of dyphthcrin. o'clock yesterday evening. Lancatter, Ky. visiting friends here. Thomson k Ikian, lamcaster, have CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mas. .Iknniic CaiiI'K.ntkii, of the West bought tho Opera House at MbMleshoro SALE RESIDENCE Knil, was hero tblt week. for J5,000 and will continue to run Itev.T. J. Godbey will preach Mu. ami Mas. V. X. Pott went up will also build a brick Sunday niternoon at II o'clock. will oft cr at public not told privately Lelore, to Middlesboro Tuchday. on the lot, which Is n large one. The protracted meeting at tho North tf auction on Miss Kllkn Kimi, a Danville beauty, Middlctowu Christian church closed last Monday, Dec. 2, 1889, Failing to secure tho indictment of Tuesday night witlt r(l additions, 10 new, ii visiting Mrs. Jell" Jones. Comity court day, nn in,uare,niy Mits Macioik IIoi'i'Kii, of Lmcaster, the men, who it is alleged destroyed his the bnlnnce by letter. This proved to be demrablchoute and lot of five acre nn Danville M C. SAUFLKV. marital happiness, it is now said that one of the most successful meetings this ttreet,imStanford. has Wen visiting Mrs. Tannic llreen. Laramie City. Wo. 76 Mistu.H I.izzik a.si Ida Twiimvki.i., of Clark Cash will institute suit for heavy church has ever held. Advance. hi- HiiHtouville, were in the city Wednes- damages against each of thoso suspected. WANTED. The meeting at the Haptist church . day. An printer lo manage a country Nimkoiis. Leslie Wilson and Jnck is resulting in a most thorough warming Mutt he frnperatc and pretent ood Mit. C. Tkuiiii.i of I'aint Lick, wrtr. In up of the membership, if not in a large kill- Addrrtt this city Tuesday on his way to tho Hub llcazlcy hunted u few days ago and IIOX js. Mlddlethro, Ky. A regular of souls. en is raumis ami two Dints, ii tnese ble sale. Methodist love feast broke young men continue at this nite Dr. CarMien IIattii: iIounk nml Jutinio WithRENT. ver and Cnpt. Hognrdtis will sink into ob- forth spontaneously nt the Tuesday ers are visiting Miss Kuto lliituer, nt morning's services and such a powerful scurity. llriNlhcad. A couple of elegant roomton Iincatter Street, manifestation of the Divine Spirit was Mu. II. C. I'aukih, of Juiutlon City, Oi'ii colored statesman, CJeorge W. never before witnessed in thu building. tuitable Icr offii et millinery or bed.roomt, W'.O WH.CI1. f has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Gentry, has been appointed storekeeper Members who had never spoken in pubMark llnrdit to this district. Ho did aspire to he. reg- lic before, had their tongues loosened Mu. W. It, MvltoiiKHiH went to Cin- ister of d.eds in thu District of Col had been to nnd told how good the cinnati yesterday to ty in a big ftixk of but his ambition, like that of all the them and with streaming eyes promised Christum goods. republicans, was set on a sliding scale. to love and servo Him better. There Miw, It. I'. Jo.ves started yoteiday ft r wns not a dry eye in the house and alIt was Mr. J. It. Crooke, the Kansas City, to visit hereon Frank, who though the meeting wns protracted nn ii coal miner, and not J. It. Cook, is in businesH there. or more, it wiw dually ended in as the types, had it, who died in Cincin hour Misskm Hkttis and 1). ttle great reluctance. Tho earnestness and nati last week. Mr. Crooke was a splen(J(4r Ilrown, of (iarranl, are guests of m of the young divine, ltev. J did gentleman and his death will cause eloouenco Mrs. U. I). .Simpson. W. Lynch, touches tho hearts of his general regret. He wns n brother of Col. Miw. Mhv (Siukn nml Mrs. Hvttle hearers ami makes those who love the rvt-C. Crooke, of Altamont. SwevU, of KliiabethtoMi, have been vis Ixird draw nearer to Him. The addiDr. R. GOLDSTEIN, the ntid optician, iting at Mr. John C. Hill's. KiLi.ixo. The Heattyvillu Enterprise tions so far number 10. that he will tt- at the 'unman House, Mas. II. J. McltoiiKitrs has returned siys that I lump Hubble shot nnd killed Stanford, Tuesday and Wcdnetday, nth and 13th, 8s to serve thote who tailed to see him during hit re. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. to Monticello, Mo., after a visit to hti Henry Swansou near there. They had cent itlt. tl thero it anything the mattir with him. with brothers and relatives here. been unfriendly for some time on acAunt Kittle Ieavell has gone to .your eyes you had (letter consult IticiiAiii) Nkwi.ank returned with Prof. count of Hubble being too intimate with Madison to visit her sister. S. J. 1'iilliaiii Tuesday and Inn entered Swunson's wife. Hubble lied to the Tho remains of William Itwson COAL LANDS, TO LEASE Georgetown College. woods immediately after he did the were interred in Ijincaster cemetery on I want to leato my Coal Landt, in Whitley , co Mils. Katk Hays left yesterday for shooting nnd has not yet been heard of. Tuesday evening. Ky., Knoxville llrauch of KmiMut City, Mo., to spent! the winter It is said that II nbblu is from this counentertained her A N. 500 Acte. 1 hethrough these lands. the L. Miss Katie Tour tatlroad pastes fawith her daughter, Mrs. J. W. McCurdy. ty, but we never heard of him before. young friends at the residence of her openings hate been made on theui and the coal is Apply to my ageut, Thomtt W. A. K. llrsni.KV and W. II. Ilriggs, of ther, Gen. W. J. Landram. Situ'K the Crab Orchard Salts Co. has Hugh M. Smith, of this city, was Varnon, at Stanford fur terms, Ad ltoyle, aru playing havoc with the birds MARY K. VARNON and rabbits that, unluckily for them, ceased to take the product of the manu mnrried on Thursday, Xov. 7th, to Miss facturers, Mr. T. C. Weite has gone Sallie J. Hrown, of Bristol, Tenn. abide within Lincoln's borders. BLUE-GRANURSERIES K. (5. Dii.vxy left Tuesday for Texas to hugely into the business and propones to Olmsted Adams and Miss Annie vbiit frlouds and relatives. gem ml manufacture and sell nt greatly reduced Kerrell, both of Garrard, were married A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, The Fruits, Atp.ir.igut, Shruht, impression is that the inngnet drawing prices from those chnrged by the monop- on Thursday at thu residence of Mrs. Grape Vines, Small theorchtrd and garden We and everything for oly. He also puts up a hog cholera and Ann M. ltroaddus. employ no agents but sell direct at low prices to him thither N a uii'mbar of tin- fair sex. the planter. I'rrtonal intpection of our immerse a chicken cholera cure, all of which he M. A. Cottrell, one of the lucky land stock invited Description catalogue with valua. Mu. J. A. IIowkii, Into mall clerk on fully sets forth in circulars and other owners of llel! county, who sold out ble suggestions on application. this division, has been given charge of II. F HII.I.KN'MEY.KR, printing which this odice has fixed up there nnd moved to this county some Lexington, Ky. 71 it tho Junction City ofilco At night hy Scvcn-Busli- el Five-'an- d for him in good style. ago, wns married on Wednesday to time Train Dispacther J. E. Florence, who A WARNING. Miss Mollie Beaumont. Judge Walker promihcs 'jo promote him eoon, if he The Columbia Spectator says n meethis usual We will prosecute to the full extint cf the law shows the aptness his friends claim for ing was held there Tuesday whun Gov. performed the ceremony in every Person found nn our lands uith uun and brief and facetious manner. him. I O. LYNN .Ins nrnel. Hlndinnn read a letter from I). W. Van- , ..n...... . The Cemetery Co. have contracted 68 mis Auttr. Mas. Ei'oKNit Di'.vi.ap Porrs has jut deveeer. of Stanford, stating that a New 15. Turner to have the roturued from IOiiisvillo where she went York syndicate proposed to build n road with Mr. T.J. trimJ. P. BURTON, Olerk. T. R. WALTON. IFOB. with tho publica- from Stanford to Seottsville if tho right hedge fence around the cemetery on business connected med and wired, also to set new hedge on tion of her forthcoming book of poems. of way through the counties through Mr. My New House on Main St., the entire portion not hedged. A literary treat Is in store for .Mrs. Potts' which it would run could he seemed, Turner, who has been In our midst for Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr V. It. many admirers. Shu wields tho pen of a and n survey made without cost. It was Illggin , Stanford, or to me at Dantille, Ky several months in the interest of tho gifted writer and has niado no little rep- estimated that jJ'JOt) would pa the LOTTIE N IIOLMKS 3 Grass Hedge Fence Co. left Thursutation for herself. Lexington Transurvey through that county nine for a FORday morning with his family for Richscript. and subscription papers were circulated Miitioncd until Miis. Lkk F. IlrriJMAN nnd daughter nmong the people and $'X laiscd in a mond, where ho will ho SALE AT A SACRIFICE Annie Cook, left Tuchday to join thu very Hhort time to be used for the pur spring. OUR The democratic committee, which doctor, who bus located in LexiiiHton for pose of locating the line. I will ell the hou-- known nt the met on Satuidny, refused to tnko any the practice of dentistry. Dr. Ilnll'inan Caiti'hcii. J. W. L.Tiley and Tom further action in thu county clerk's Is n thorough master of his profcxMou in all its part? and is out' of the ilncsl oper- Walkei captured nnd lodged in jail here nomination, although Mr. Rigney claims ators in the Statu. In his 1(1 yeais' pise-tic- Tucbday, William Smith, who recently tint a majority of tho committee told enamel! from tho Williamsburg jail, and him privately that they voted for him, ForONK THOUSAND DOLLAHS cash. here he hits given tho most satlsfiictiou ami his ttiitioiiH regut for whom there is a reward of SS2. on the strength of which he announces Rubber-Line- d Vamps, for1 very nuicli that ho has sought a larger Smith, it will bo remembered, murdered himself as n candidate. The time The Cottage opposite tho Railway we onx ptairt, Depot, Held. Wo aro glad to know that he has John iticken, nciii- - Jellico, and was these nominations was set for Saturday went Boot's Boots; a residence next to Col. .1. Soule caught nt Rowland by Conductor Greev-e- r Oct. fith, and all of the candidates oil-grai- n nnd Robert Davis, after he bad btolen before the committee in person and ormerly occupied hy I! I'. Miller, at the same and, box toe Smith nnd trust tho dear old Falcon will place for hlOIIT IIL'NDKKD DQLLAItS a ride that far in a box car. He was agreed to submit their claims and abide tako him under his protecting wing. cash. uuua toin 111010 o of the committee's vote, placed in jail at Williamsburg and at his tho action Same can be seen by applying to Mr. V. F. Kenexamining trial was held in $o,000 bond. which icsulted in two counts 0 votes nedy, Cr.iti Orchard, CITY AND VICINITY. Shoes screw sewed A few weeks after ho succeeded with for Wherritt anil 5 for Rigney, and if j orrF.Niii:iMFR, welts. Vicky lino candies at T. It. Walton's. No. 30 htate Street, New York. several others in breaking jail and has any influences hnve been brought to of the commitShoes sewed jewelry nnd watches just since been at large. He was taken back bear upon any member NKwlotof to his old quarters, where it is hoped he tee to change his opinion as to how he W. It. Mclloberts. received. should have voted we think it amounts will be kept in closer Mirvcilaucc. i Fon Sai.k. piano, cry to untight. After a ninn casts his vote Ilavini; reuted my (arm t n Stanford and Shelby Boots, place, will cheap, Call on A. A. Warren. The Circuit Court will finally adjourn and leaves the polls ho hns no right to City piLc, t miles ratt of the formnr highest bi). Misses, women sizes. to the after the transaction of return nnd change such vote and tho sell all the lollowili: properly at noon der Ifurcmut Knivi, laid a good deal of minor business. The jury to votes taken Mine rule ought to apply cans and sausage stiiflera at T. Met- Nov. 20, '89, The question naturally gave .lames M. Wray f"o0 damages by committees. calf's. old sa!tlk ttullioii, against the Stanford & Hustonvillo turn- arises, why did this representative of 'I'o.wif The handsome "Niu." This fellow is a dark L.ow 11M Ith black pike, when motion for n now trial was the Garrard county democracy change 1 ham: just received 1cl;, no white at ull, 15 hands i iuchct high, has new lot of anu a gcou R.iiteu me walk, racK anu Washing Machines in copper nnd made anil overruled anil tho case, will his opinion. It was not his vote, as fellow in linriieas; canter ood combined ugaiu go to thu Couit of Appeals. Some only one vote was taken and that on One extra fancy hariH'St mare, galvanized iron. M. F, Klkin. tuTte; fancy jearhni; time ago John .Hurton, charged with Oct', fith, which resulted in Wherritt's Marc nut of the darn of Nux, by Second Jew el, weanling out of same dam by Kderado Nkw lot of jewelry, watches and sil- grand larceny, escaped from the jail at being declared the nominee of the demoWilkut; alto si lot of l.iood Mares s.ilein foul to KKET" SI'KCIFIC curts all blood diuutet, such as Scrofula, t'leert, 1'implcs, Ulcerated Throat GentleAll silverwnre Williamsburg ami Shoriir M. A. Moore cratic party for county clerk. verware just received. jack ar.d one to a standard and rcxittercd one nwrnin, nyviiiiiuii- nictiet an lit Mages, .ecnsit, ,c rrice 91 per ooitic. DenHeifers, palrol work Mules, j icitgounhloratcg. and Jailer . I. L. Jones, hearing that a men, tliere is something "rotten in sold will be engraved lit via iuu. Hull, new, I'tigg)', it li. es a keen appetite, i.K- hi' ttie most pleasant 10 taKc 01 nil tne iron tonics. It I'lirrt rivtntieti Milk Cows and Calves, !it enrb the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new encrn to the mmclvt mark" and you can't put it in any other W. 15. Mcltobcits. out) ued about months, good set of Burnett, and nertous systi'iii. man of that name wns at Rowland came .. I'rlce $t per bottle. Ko.td Cart, Wagons, I'lowt, llaruest, Hinder, O.Vl'LIKF'S WOKAI SYRUP is mad rf the hrill,and a the Frminr I'tentilt, alto ion ical proiefion ami merelore recommends iixm. bestit worm killers and expelleri known to the med wns the down and arrested him. Ho n picutant to take, sale and reliable, I'rice aC ImrreVs nfCorn, lot of shelled Oats, 11 Hacks of Cotiiulenco Begot of Success. Onoiioath, oveicnatH, overcoats, in per bottle ami being; released ho llnv. Ifotider. ArL npnlred Dii;estln, Sick llendache, grout variety and fiom the cheapest to wnyig man UATLIFPS MVONFTIC I'M.'I.S fur all Liver Complsuuts, Sdiicceftilha lr. I'icrce Oolden Statical Terms ilicral and inide known on day of sale ,tc, Atts biought suit for $.",000 damages against Ditcovery proved In curing chronic natal catarrh, im uthartu. I'm e it cents per bos. 10 hiate will beJiu tir'.tmitlyT.at I. o t IlKK. the highest pi iced nt S. L. Towois fc hy tre Imifatt rt! .r.l l.r ale to the trade CROW. CU the ollieeis. Yesterday n jury found for lironclii.it and throat dlteatet Out its iiianuf.ctu-rerCo.'e. Call nnd see them. Stanford, K) now tell it through drugKittt under a puiimo the defendants. In the suit of Misses WIIIIAIZSBITRG DRUG CO., Ky. At Oleoma. pUoe and terms will sell all in y henefitln.' or curing in every ca.e of John II. Ckaiu iV .o.n, with Wunaitin-"ke- i Muliuda mid Mary Pepplesagainst James Uiur.intee fair lttrial or money paid fur it will be re- pertoiml property, cousittine of s Hrood Minis, if given n worl combined it Hrown, l'hilndelphia, hihI Ihown-Itit- Popples, they were nwaided twothiids funded Consumption which U tcrofuU of tho K.ifn I'wl 10 Ui'k, inmre Mule, (ieldinf, w fat ij Shoata, IIoisp, t .pvriir old plai-- ', etjual to. Jl,:i00 and niillc Covs mil Calves, new liucv by thu King A Co., New Yolk, Jl'er to tl 0 of the I'ei kins Ilof, Wagon luiiga if taken in time i alto cured '"l Hnrnest, IMow . nud 1'low medicine. trade 1,00(1 foteign and American fabrics charged with about' $2,700. Tho appeal Ocar, ijtaiahtls Wheat, and it no- Mild privately Hook Kilnti, Short Jliuiil, Telrfrnphf,,tf. headache lite Dr. will st If nt out ji barrels ol Corn For constipation or the sick for men's winter suits, uveieoats and case of John Kduiistoit vs. J. W. " f.rfifni iiinf full fiVriiini(oii. v n-c-b, I Jl' IIOtKFK. Hif iv , 1'irrce't rdlettj purely vegetable. Ono a do. James was being tried lutt evoniug. tiou&ers. Sntisfnction guurnnteed. I 3 riimii Salt nt T. It. Walton'B. I .s m ! ( NEW MfJFFi3 Quilting Attachment sijvrs Jersey Jaoket, n. I ia. New Plush Jackets, THE Hue Stumped Scarfs and Tidies, I NOTICE! SEVERANCE & SON. 1 atMc-Kinne- y mm m store-hous- e 1 T. R WMiTONr Dealer tlwcoiirl-hout- e PRINTER -- next-pape- r. FOR 7i-t- urn-bi- n, I Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos. &c, well-kno- Mi.n-m- : Ier Jtm - " t MAIN SOMERSET STREETS. STANFORD, KY. firtt-clat- t. 74-- ,t SS - Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Barrels of Frcsli Salt. -- - ...,, Prices Always Reasonable. 1 ut-Mv- SALE.3 -- c m m StrouI Property at Crab Orchard, e Celebrated Buell Boots com-)lot- e 1 Have arrived; single and ana, m tup ana calf, uoijs extra high Buell Bui ton Bro&iu in split, and kiv; plain in child's, otjci. Men's fine in standard machine and hand FiuBir.iT(t0 011 SAir.,ii,0 I Ladies' fine hid and goat and hand turned. Gun, in machine First-clas- Arctics and sandals in children's, to-da- y, and men's meat-cutter- Wednesday, BRUCE & MaROBERTS. 11 Klor-enc- o 11 1 (ieldlnK-'Woma- n's 1 tad-di- e The Great Remedies! 111 111 1 1 1 horse-On- e .ir-old 1 1 11 t I I 1 -- a . I Williamsburg, f, 111 won-dcrl- 1 - -- RYANT & STRATTON Business College CI1 C if li' wi . .tV Jtm MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. The prisoners taken to Somcrsit from thin county, chnrtiod with mooi- -' " Publlehod Evory Tuoeday and Friday shining, nro yet there. Trinlu tnku place this week. -a- tCharley Toynter, a IS year-ol' S3 PH2II YJOAR,IJf ADViJfCE living at Livingston, in attempting hoy to sMTWhen not o paid $2.60 will be charged. j imp on the local freight Tuestlay fell aid hatl liis foot crushed oir. Boys- will never take warning till too late. LOCAL TIME CARD. K.C. Moat Logan, deputy collector, was Train leve Rowland at 7.00 a in., returning hero with threo U. S. liinrshnls Wednesat 4:50 p.m. day and arrested O. W. Ping on the L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. charge of Helling liquor without having Xf ail train going North u 31 pm provided himself witli n tax stamp for South 3P" "57pm same. The party with witnesses wont Express train " South ' " " North warn to Somerset. l Freight North .630 am A fatal disease hns broken out among South. .......5 S3p m latter trains ato carry passengers. The the horses in various parts of this counon standard time. Solar The above it calculated ty. It begins with a cough and swelling time l about as minutes faster of the legs, afterwards breaking out in sores all over the body. Some call the disease Georgia fever. Twenty or thirty LEAYEXKC! n number have i horses have had it and d Semi-- W eekly Interior Journal MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. - ! (AM-.a- I lWElt , m Of the various Baking Powders illustrated from actual tests. ROYAL I I (rc)RHMagi.MBa sjssjsjssj GRANrS(Alum).. BUMFOnD'S- HANFOHD'S CHARM . I (fresh)... HHI (hen fresh) I (Alum Powder)..! I DAVIS" and C. K..(Alum) CLEVEIAIID'S PIONEER (San Francisco).. CZAR V. P. Freeman and family have returned from Georgia and Georgo IJul-lock and family likewise from Du Quain, 111. L. S.Jones was up from Middles-- i boro Sunday. G. W. Evans was down from Crab Orchard Saturday. It. M. tins moved to town. J. .1. Painter, of Urodhead, paid us a visit Monday. Mrs. K. llrooks is visiting Richmond and Ho-sac- died. 1 k Paris. DR. PRICE'S SHOW FLAKE (GrofTs) CONGRESS HECKER'S CILLETS HARFORD'S (None Such), when not freih The reported tight in Harlan county, wherein six men were killed, proves to he false. Four of the Howard faction to Livingston Saturday night and left there over the K. C. road Monday. They said there had been no such light in Harlan, that they had just conic from that county and were fleeing the coun-- I try. They say Judge Lewis is determined to kill or run the Howard gang out of " ; PEARL (Andrews & Co.) RUMFORD'S (Phosphate), when not fresh... Iliirlnn. WiIh ITnivnril lins a lirntlipr-in- . law near Livingston and it is thought he has been there since Friday. VIRCHOW ON DARWINISM. pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not ' Tlir Great flcriutii lllnlnglsl' !. tut contain cither alum or phosphates, or other in on h l'lipu'iir llieorr. jurious substances.-EDWAR- D G. Love, Ph.D." j Somo sensation 'ms catucd nt the "The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly t recent Anthropological congross in the purest and most reliable baking powder ienna by the speech of tho great offered to the public. Ilerlln biologist. Prof. Vlrchow. " Henry A. Mott. M. D Ph. D." About a year ago Vlrchow, on a sim"The Royal Baking Powder is purest in qual- ilar occasion, mado a severe attack on ity and highest in strength of any baking powtho Darwinian position, ant this year der of which I have knowledge. he is similarly Following " Wm. McMortrie, Ph. D." Is nn extract from his Ion- - address to All Alum baking powders, no matter how high their strength, are to be avoided as dan- tho congress: gerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas "Twenty years ago. whon wo met at tcq treeiy, or under climatic cnanges suiter de- - Iuuspruclc, It was prcciwely tho mo(erioration. ment when tho Darwinian theory hnd mado its inane R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. out me first victoriousfriend throughat Vogt world. My oneo rushed into tin ranks of tho DENTIST. . ........ t.. l.t. ;. lit v;.iniiiiiiijii ui imi nticirif i loniro Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, up stalls. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless 91" CO 111 Vain sought for tile intermc- extracting. uhito stages whlc'i wore supposed to STANFORD, KENTUCKY. connect man with tlm apes; tho proto-in:At-tn- rk I out-tpo'.to1 . Reports of Government Chemists. "The Royal Raking Powder is composed of I Carson, C. V. S" vwterriny to Mir--s 1 a 50 Carson, W, J. i Kton. " a 50 Cash, Henry M. I Miss Mnttif, iliuuhtcr of Prof. .Tnpon Caldwell, K. II. Jr. a 30 I Isa Candidate or Clerk the Court of Apprals, " Chennult, 1h shortly to marry Mr. Nash, Cash, W A. 7J subject to the action ofofthy Democratic party Cooper. O. II. fee bill 347 3$ Klec.ion August, iK.w. jfew York. 0 Carter, P. W. 1 days' hauling 5 a ilit.iliini? St. Louis Cummins, W. 11 merchandise account Manila 4 93 S. O. DAVIS, l,(jUity, aged ', married Jesse Fovel, Cuffinan, Ltndiey 1 days' hauling 3 00 " ' aged 79. Sho received 100,000 in each Coffey, A. tl. 3o PHYSICIAN AND SURQEOH, Cook,S H 4 il.iys viewer on county ro.ul 10 i'o nnd securities. I Collier, It. O. 14 il iy hxiiliiw 'men. road 3 73 V. MT. Miss Anna Vallnda, daughter of Curtis, T.J . S" OllUe next door to Whitehead's Drug toi, E. Grouch, who used to run on Cuius, Monroe Capt. S. a 30 Sperisl attention given to disease, ot children ' 11 30 this division, will be married on tho Chandler, J. I'. 5 '77-l" " " Chandler, Frank It 93 Wtli, to A. u. l nomas, oi louisviiic. Chandler, Sjmh'I a 500 A wealthy citizen of Nevada, recent ' " ' " Cochran, Sam'l 5 1130 HARRY A. EVANs, deceased, left in his will a single pen- Cooley. Wm. ly 10 00 4 J; LEXINGTOIV.KY. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, 6; 00 ny to his divorced .ife "as a token of Coinpton, F K merchandise account Cook,S It. hauling on county road '$3 esteem greatly in excess of the consider- Crow, STANFORD, KY O.J. 1 day's hauling on co. road 130 ation which she deserves." " Carter, I'. W. a 00 3 and Surveying in a 00 Engineering Lee Watts, one of the cleverest Carrier S M. use of shop all branches. frvight conductors tin the road, and Mis Ciirtts, Harrison building stonewall rejected 3"- - 4 J Maggie C, the pretty daughter of W. II. Coffey, Joseph merchandise account So Curtis, Reuben 1 dsy's hauling STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. 1825. married at tho bride's fa- Caldwell, C I!, a " Carrier, were " 5 00 All persons wishing a pleasant life and well " ther's, near Walnut Flat, Wednesday. Caldwell II. W, 1,4 " J 75 pleawi) wife let them use Patent Flour made it " I Same A man and wife at Wheeling, W. 430 Stanford Roller Mills, Call for il at your gro400 On Dwellings, Hiuhold Furniture, Slnres, Mer- cery, and If they have not got it on hand, urge Vn., celebrated their wedding anniver Carrier, S. M use of shop them 10 keep 11 or get an order from them and 7 5 Carter, Lucy 3 days hnulinsr chandise, ,Vi , apply ti the eld get 11 at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant sary by getting howling drunk, from the Lar.on,Jas IJ Jo luiiuly flh-ctof which tho man died and the Coffnun.W. D. 3 " Fire Insurance Co. and interesting W N POTTS. Superintendent. 7 JO Pennsylvania o " 7 J" woman is laid up with delirium tre Carson (i. V. 3 l.Uhlnlng clauses attached and damages paid Carpenter, Dr. J. O mcdial account 30 00 whether fire ensues or not, ve)', feed and Sale Stable mens. " GF.O II IIRI'CK, Agent. Sami 7 JO 17 An Arkansas girl, who failed to " Same Jjoo awake at the proper time, sprung out of ao 00 Same I J 30 the window of her room in her night 300 clothes when her lover tapped on it and Camniu, II It. ra iUtn coffin Cobb, Klchard a days' hauling j 00 . " 1, jr vvi m4 - ni 'r-cj- s . in that condition rode with him '26 mires Curtis, Keuben hauling stone j 30 Va.: f.V NV!Ci'''T!5Kr??f is to a Gretna Green, where a more appro- Coffey, A. O. day s hauling I j 50 fUKJJHHKAHfPK 1 00 priate costume was obtained from a C.irner, S. M. Judge of elettinn 313 Fourth Avenue, 9 Ou W K. clerk W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. friend. The old man followed in eloe Camden, ' a 00 - I.. C Judge IONDON, KY, pursuit, but failed to get there in time Carpenter, (1. a 00 " judge Coffey A. Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hit " to forbid the bauds. 3 40 aheritt Crow, O.J. on reasonable terms Ixindon Is the most convert C. A. BENEDICT & CO., lent point on the railroad to reach places in the I Caldwell, K. 11 Jr clerV (HI " o After swallowing poison, which the Cummins, II. G. judge Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, in 111c muumain lion Ol mc Msle J WO doctors pumped from him. making three Cochran, Ssm'l Judge "TAN FORI), KY 3 4 M. attempts to hang himself and cutting his Carrier, S. J. P. sheriff J 4 Chandler. Wells drilled throat with a razor, all withoi t killing Carpenter, I). R salary county aitarhey eo 00 fictory priexs. to order and Pumps lurmshrd 30 y himself, John Atnbruster jumped from Datvsou, W L,. day's hauling " E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor 7S-'- J6 the top of a house at Grafton, W. Va., Dudderar, David 3 " I. M. 1IKUCE, Dnnviddte, John 3 and dashed his unhappy life out. " I 130 Dawes, C.I.. -, 1 Huynnl whs mnrrieil May Clymer, nt Wash- - Chappell, O. M. a Carrier, C. R. 4 iV; Carson, J C. " I " " " " 5 00 tooo a 30 MISS KATE BOGLE Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county. Klecllnn AiikusI, 1R00. sssssssssssssssssVssssssssssssssss- -. P. Ilrinkley lM, 'i-- rl:itNN, I CREAM I 1 f. L..,.. ....M ICslabHshed FOR 3TSUHA1TCE s WOOD WALLA6E, Kentucky. 1 Mori's Outfitter ''SGlt; - 1 n LoulNvillc, M THE MYERS HOUSE Kenlurky has a htier repuistioa, and Its pr ipnetor Is drttrmlas i hall be msintsmed. 1 ' 4 DR. W. B. PENNY, DENTIST. vacated by ?.ur ''' vi? "' I" T'ce. "ccnty I.. HufTman, Stanford, Ky. ; j WALLACE E. VARNOiV, Attorney at Law, Stanford, Kentucky. g h x the doaceut of the buparato races Armendl, W.H., " ' " merchandise account la 00 from one another. At tliis .nioinent llishsp, JosUh, 1 days' hauling joa Grinrgan John day's work rejectest (0 1 O, uoi;tj.-- ' "Jiuuit: wo nro nblo to ay that among thu llailey, Dr. Steele, medical account, jr. ca -. 99 00 Gander .V Stivers d.y's hauling llo THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE 6 J3 Giveus, W. S. " eople of antiquity 110 rdnglo ono was Rutin Samuel, 3 J d.iy hauling, 2 00 " t JJ Greeu I. II. house for election Fr"m any nearer to tho apes than wo aro. llywaurs R C, K " 2. B. days' hauling 63' 9300 Goech Stephen II. At this moment I can affirm that thoro Ilialr, Dr. S medical account, OBNTRAL KENTUCKY B'P 2 2 ya Green Frank 2 d)s' hauling 3 00 llulcher. John, col. day's hauling-all Pinls lo not upon earth any nbiolutoly unc p 3 " Gaines, Hen 3 V, j llaslin & Collier lumber fur county rod, 7J am a wnl known race of men.- Tho least known en? " uo (is ydf " " " Garner, I.. D a " j 1000 San.e, viTsJi of all aro thu jicojilos of tho central Iiencdict, Ueo. A., 3 days' hauling, I 00 750 Gooch, M. sitwvr on county road SMILt-ms- j' AKES.oTH S s luuliBg nu et t9i niouutaino.is distriot.f of tho Malay llutt, R. C.j 1 " iVJ " Sao 3 73 Gooch, Thomas i da ' " H n.'.hRTtNS $ p nlnsul.i. but otherwlno wo l:uow tho (luchanan, John, hauling lumber, 840 Goude, Joseph 2 FAST LINE UKTWEEN " (Jover J. F. 2 j eo LABOR people 01 lorra del ! quite an Iliuce .V McRoberls, mdse. account, '' Goede, I). LEXINGTON & 0IN0INNATI. S. S., 2 d i) s' hauling, 500 LESSENS PAIN ,ppR TD LIFE n well as tho Kquimanx. lln&lililrs, Ilastiu, " W. M nuking cos!a " 5 tj Garnett -- r S-I'olyuosl.ins and Lajips. Nay, wo llrock.Ceo., niodlcal account, SCIIF.DUI.K IN KFIKCT MAV. 11. DIMINISHEGrilliu, C. I'. 3 days' wrk rijesjl4 13 cm lllair, Dr. S., know niiiro of many of theso r:u;o " d 3. 2. Ilaugh,I). A., $ days' hauling and scr.lping, 11 jo G,mjcIi, W.M.i No r. No. ' Nu 6. ' nVTTKTWB ""MOTHERS" Kx .su... than wo do of certain B iropeu'i trib ; llaker.G. M., day's scraping, South Hound. 11 JJ I 30 Gooch, J. II. 4 days' ImuliHg aJMmmaO CHILD I iK'od only mention MAUI O FHLE J. ta Daily ha Sjn. " 300 the Albanians. llaker, C. II., $ day' hauling und Hcniping, ta 00 Gooch. U'llwii a BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAQA a 0 10 1 m 3 in p n ' 15 P'H 'HKcssssssB I.vc Cincinnati .. I 00 I)., hauling i county road, GisjcIi, M. II siawer nl cosinty itad 3 50 Every living raco Ih btill human; no Iloone, II. S3LD BYAIL ORUaCISTS. S so um S ( P m p in 1. ve Covington..., DPB'slsstssssssH IU4S g 44 am u 17 p m 4 03 p m single 0110 has yet been found that wo llotjne, Thos , a days' hauling on county GO Gooch, CCA Co, 'invrchandi MMVunt EHnsssssssssV l.ve Falmouth.... " Same 3 3 road, 11 19 HsWlassssssssssI a Arr Pans in 10 si p in 5 40 P m can designate as simian or j ui p m 11 00 p - 3" U 'lisHsssssssssslssV J JO Same Same 3J OO Arr I.esington.jj" 5 m Even whon in curtain one Ilcailey, IJ. , j.oiio feet of lumber, 3 oa II so a uii a 70 I.vc Pans Same Mssttflsssssssssss, u xj p in Winchester.. a oj p m. phenomena uppear which aro characdayi.' hauling, Same, 7 59 2 days' hauling Griffin, W 3 OO Arr 3 Arr Richmond..., 130pm .Hssssssssssssm a jo Gooch, W. ji teristic of tho np's o. g.. tho peculiar Ilrown, C, Jr j days' work rejected Arr Lancaster..., 4 o w o 5 2 00 4 jQ p m, Bright, John, surseynr 011 county road, Arr Stanford o 39B&s?9sssssssssV projections of tho skull In i'1'he list is so long that we arc forced to defer l.ve Richmond ., ssGHHRrrnDsssssssI land taken P '! N N. .V M V. Co. E. I). races still wo'c.ui not on that ac- - Hums, Mrs. Martli.i.days hauling (or co Mad 54 6" the tost till next Issue, in order to give our usual Arr llerea p 3 a JHBflKfMssssssssssHsw p. m on co, road 5 00 Ilingvrman.J. G., a Arr l.esingtnn... 5 n p ml count alono say that tho.io mun nro Ilright, John, surveyor on county road, amount of read ng matter, l.d. Only one Nigfht OUt to New York. 3 00 l"' M As rogards tho , 1895 liailcy, J. R , books for paupers, g 0 ct3. P. Tram, to dwollers. I havo boon able to submit to llullock, Win , making coffin, LIQUOR HAD 5 00 DIIONKENNE3S-TH- E n m n IT-- In ui w 7So all tho World thoro la but ono l.ve Livingston.. S 00 urn luJHssssssssssssswliVfsslssssssBnH "Washington, Philadoiphia, comparative- oxamluatlon nearly ovory Ilailc), John, 3K days' hauling, ' o ft 1$ " 10 as " "i I.vc llerea. euro, Dr. Halnoa' Qoldon Hpoclllc. single sltull that has bsen found. Tlio Uishop, Sam'l, 4sliiiiissWsiMBrvl Baltimore, Now York, Richmond. .. 11 43 a m r(HpMBOkX"EWssKi4"4"" " 2 jo " It ciiu liogiM-- in a cup of tea or coffee without Arr Rush, II T , result has been that wo havo cortalnly 5 ss4JCsWyrX5iaasWw ." I JO 00 Close coiiwtticns for lloston and all paints K:it W medical account, the knowledge of thu person taking It, effecting a I.vc Stanford. '.. "7"o"r.-Ti-a tit M Lvr Lancaster ... 1 40 in met with opposlto characteristic,! Ilrunaugh.Ga days' work rejected and Soiitbeatt, speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient Arr Richmond... o 43 a in Alby Rail, anionj vurlous races; but of all thosj lllacktrliy, Ir. C, 3 days' hauling, KFIECTIVCOCr. 1, iSS. is u moderate drinker or un alcoholic wreck. Lve Richmond... 7 5 a 40 p 610 a m , thoro Is not ouo that lies of tho Ilryant, Dr. M. G., minlical account, .. aj 00 Tnousands of dtunkurds hate been cured who Arr Winchester. 3 to p in 7 15 a KastMaTTl.iin Vcs.l Accom. Paris 4 in p 743 a in J 00 hive 1:1k rti the Golden Succific In their coffco Arr KASTWARI). boundaries of our present population. Dowers, Solomon, 2 days' hauling, Daily Daily they ,ve l.exi'igtc o a m j 45 P m I'KOADWAY, without their knowledge, 3 45 P "' 7 Dally. Kx Sun il'.x. Sun a joo unit drinkinir of their own and will. believe It can thus bo positively demonstrated Hell, C. R.. No hurmfii - l.ve Paris freo 4 as P in 8 Jl am 4 15 p in " a 5 00 ullect results Irom its administration. Cures guar. c 30 p 3 tj am 11 ji n'n'n 31 n'n l.ve Falmouth I.e Stanford 913 a in 3 07 p m . that in tho course of flvo thousand llailey, John, keeping paupers, " KV. " Lexington 6 js 45 am 6 10 pm, 5 30 pm in 10 33 a ml 7 70 p ra 30 00 aiitecd. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. Arr Covington, liutton Win., 6 43 p " Winchester la 45 pm 7 00 pm 0 40 nm years no cIiiiiiko of typo worthy of 10 45 a m 7 up m dnwa in confidence GoldkN bisCIHC Co., 183 Arr Cincinnati 3"0 Race Street, Cincinnati, O. Ilastin, M S., haiili.is cofl'm to Highland, K. U. Junctio mention has taken place. If you ask liearlcy, Jamos, land taken forco road, 35 so " Ml. Sterling ij pm 7 y, pm 7 40'piii 1110 On theMaysvillc llraiich, No 9. leaves Paris at ' Treston 3 03 pm whether tho Ill's t man wero white llaslin Collier, asslgi.cdhy T. P. 5 00 arriving at j's p'm 800, am and No. 11, at 545, p Moreheail 3 15 pm 8 33 pm o Boss's Ohorry Cough Syrup mdse account 3 7 or blade I can onlv nv I don't know. Same Mayssille at 10 23, a and 8 io, pm. No. 10 Olive Hill 4 03 pm 1040 pm Is giving splendid satisfaction 10 the ttodo and leaves Maysville at 3,13 a m, arriving at Paris at " IS 7" " Same 6 05 pin 10 37 pm "Twonty yuars u'o." concluded " Ashland- 1 cun he 7 40,am. No. 13 leaves Maysville at 110 nnd 6 ao pm 10 50 pm zsb&ium "' Catletlsburi; 3 00 tho sales are poiitively marvelous, whlih Ilruce,J; K. Prof. Vlrohii.v, "the loaders of Bur Harrow. 'it. K...sheriff of ileition, way except that It is arrives nt Pans nt 405,11 in. These trains are CJtgiLicv't' t KcwtjamaCHicAso Ri 15- -' ' Huntington. 6 50 pm 13 30 urn 3 03 accounted for in no other Judge daily except Sunday. conbclonce Arr While Sulphur (nnthropoloy) asjortod liright.John, a 00 without doubt the best on the market. Ask for " " " Charbmsville 10 50 am No, 43 leaves Lexington 10 03 am; arrives Paris ..,. that thoy knew many IhlngH which Ilrucc, I. M., sheriff ol " a 00 and be sure you get the gcuuine. We keep it. A. 10 45 am; except Sunday. a pm " Washington... NRVV ... llaltimore No, 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 15 pm;arriws Falmouth A 3 3a pm us a matter of fact they did not know. Ilastin A Collier, assigned by W. P. Gibson, 5 00 R. Penny, Druggist ' Philadelphia 6 ij pm m tm 9 720 pm: except Sunday, P. Moore, I; now wlfiit wo Utiow. Leaving both Nowadays wo llaslin Collier. J 00 " New York No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 on am; arrives Cincin9 jo pm What A Fortuno Ulchinond, Va, , 3 00 a in pm nati 7 55 am; except Sunday. I can only reckon up our account in so llinBurimn, J.T., Judge of election, Oldl'olntComforl ,. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI No .31 leaves Cincinnati 8 30 am; arrives 2 00 It n good healthy, pearly skin, Few aro aware far as to say that wo havo mado no Illankciuhlp, S. V., " Norfolk jo a m; Sunday only. " 2 00 of the slurt lime It taken fur a disordered liver to " llailey, John, CinNo. 33 leaves Falmouth 4 15 p in; arrives Daily. Secures lo Travelers, debts that is, wo havo mtido no loan lias in D 3 00 causo blotches on the fuce, and a dark greasy skin. cinnati 6 13 pm; Sunday only. " " from hypothos s; vi aro in no thinner Raugh, J. A., Train Notes: Nn, 1 runs dally between Lexing" 3 80 One bottle of 1IKGGS' III.UOI) PURIFIER and kheriff of D. runs daily between THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ton nnd Cincinnati, No Trains leaving Lexington at 43 a in and 3:30 ' 2 00 I! 1.00 D MAKKR will restore this organ to its Cincinnati and LtSiiiglon, judge of pm uaiiy, exceni aunuay crnntct at Yinuhes. of hechij; that which wo know over- llrlght, John, the blood " 2 co niturnl and healthy state, and cleanse Nos. 3 nnd 6 make connections at Winchester trr for Richmond, Ky. and points 011 the K..C. R, turned in tho uoiii'ac of tho next mo- Ilradshaw, W. P., " M. V. Ry !. It is meeting' with Wonderful loriioiultontheN. N. 2 00 of ull impuiities. " ment. Wo havo tho ground llaslin, M. S. Limited Vestibule from No. 4 mules this conneclionat Lexington. York, PhiladelA. It. Pen2 00 success. We guarantee every bottle. " trains be- Ilaugh, Henderson " IMPORTANT.-Tralns- of this line now arrive phia, Washington and all points Km, arrives at so that tho coming ueuoratlon may a" '" ,hf So,",, or ,u "' Lexington at 47 P '" daily ny, Druggist, 7 J" at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Northwest, ni.ec.uiviorp.trt.fthls "'otri.Ii. on "ll llruce, I. M. livery account Station Cincinnati, making connections for all trunk lines Is denomii.atrj Ihe Limited nxpress. Fast mall trom Hiiiiunton, W Va., and all lo mako abundriit use of dm material at Ragle, J. A. ndmr. salary us school com 600 no points North, Kail and West. cal stutinns arrives Lexington at 11:4s, p m, dai- their disposition. As an attaluablo Rogle, Kate salary as school com. 66 66 A Good Cough Syrup. Through tickets and baggage checked to any W,r,,Xd"c!orT1i,0'k ly ece(.t Sunday. should be to c mufti There is nothing parents destination reached by a railroad, 1000 Accommodntion from Olive Hill and all local objective ol tho uc:;l twenty yearj we Chandler, S. M. 4 days' hauling all Coupon Ticket Olfices in the South For full particulars address any agent ol tho Co. you will find our lime il.l anii Ano: points on th tuints, KichmmJ, Ky., K. C 3 75 about as selecting u cough syrup, llcggs' Cherry ti " look forward to the- anthropology Cash, W.C. tickets. Say MoKy. urrivnsat i.eiingion a: 10, a m, Ually, ox must tion, get Monon nnd suck to Monon, if UACON. S. F. II. MORSE, R. H. a 50 Cough Syrup co.ts no more thin tho cheap and In" " t Cash, J. K. Lonof tho Biiru)eau nation-lilies- ." Traveling Pass'g'r Act., Gen'l Pass'g'rAgt,, to save money and have a pleasant journey. want .:vil Sunday. For tickets, rates and tlucping-ca1 Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-ncounties and in the courts ofappe.il Office over Mc Roberts & Stagg's drug store. STANFORD. KV 5 Dunn, Charles day's hauling ' Douglass, John 5'" SPECIAL ATTKNTIONta COMMKItCIAI. J Dodd.Wn. 310 travelers Horses and mules bought and ssld. " Dunn, Weaver a Ji" Only horsesand vchlJes used in llscry. Dudderar, Samuel land taken tor co. rad J5$ 40 Also agent for ihe no on county read Dudderar, Lrwis viewer I STATK OK KKNTUCKY. 10 on Dlshon, Samuel 4 days' plowing WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTINC CO. COUN1Y OK LINCOLN, t Set Dudderar,' Samuel lumbvr The fallowing it a list of the claims that were al- Dudderar, David 3 days' hauling 11 50 lowed at the October Court of Claims 1339 to- - wit : QUO " 4 lli.es Jack mdse. account J 600 Dishoii, James " 7Vi 3 Acton, James A, medical ' Hal, 15 00 Diioici, W. M. medical account Alcorn Dr. Kd, CKAII ORCHARD KV ' Same Same N ul 300 , " Dealer In H. N. C, use of shop," 1 00 lMwsull, I.. I.. Allen, jtldce of fltction J OO Albright, Uriah, lumber, ti 30 " f Same Dry Qood3, Notions, Hats, Caps a days' hauling, 5 00 Dryi 5Andersun, Hall, " 3 CO Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens 3 00 Dunhir, Sidney Adams, J. Y., " 3 OL wait. Tinware, unuture and a " AnderMiti, John, i J" Kllis, John holding Inquest 6 00 rs s n r es I Irsrs f 4T .rsr f rsa " ... W. WWVUHUO, 7 5" Alford.Jack, 3 Elmere M D. merchandise account 518X1, V.V.S.W. U, " 3 00 Alford, George, j 7 V Ksics, Charles Fancy Candies, Cross lies, ftc 3 days' hauling Anderson, Hall 9 loads gravel, 90 Fstcs, Will V 3 30 All kinds of Produce- taken in exchange for goods, I 00 Fdwards Geo Anderson, I) M., chain carrier, 75 Anderson Arch, land taken for 00. ruad, hauling F.ubanks, Mc I 00 chain carrier, Anderson, Ilaylor, Fnglcman, J. I.. j days' hauling " I 00 " Anderson, Daniel, Engletnau, II. F. J 7 5 is not yet dis- Adams, Nannie, tho STANFORD. KY Sou t days' hauling, Same merchandise account 3 00 covered. For tinthroiiologloal sclenco Andcrm.li, Wm , ' 3 75 ij Kvaus, Gcorgn W. a days' hauling s ' Office on I.ancaiter Street, oppo.ite Court-llou' a J tho is not ov n a subject Adams, Ojrlcy, a Kllis, John Judge of election If vine removed to this lilsrv from I.lhrrtr. In " a . " 3 eo Fish, A. a da) s haulingon county road of discussion. The anthropologist Anderson, A. D., 4 o- practice his profession, calls the altvntiun ot the " " j 30 Fisher, Theodora I dav hauling onco. rend j y PUD "c l lnc ''c ''"l ''c will be ready at all hauls may. perhaps, see him in n drca m, but Alcorn, Amanda, 'day or night to answer calls In lown or country. '" " J 50 Fisher Randal a " ivs soon as ho awakes he can ot say Anderson, Daniel, lumber far eeuntv road, Thirty years oftiis Isle were spent in Slauford and t Anderson, Arch, he deems 11 unnecessary tu speak ol his ability as Faulkner, Albert lumber that ho has made any approach Albright, Uriah, making coffins and haul A share ol Ihe plron - ' ' a pnysician aud surge I day's hauling J 50 Foutz, Pelcr age of the people of Stanford and vie nity isasked toward him. At that time in Inns- JO CXI Kos, C. A. ing, " plowing 3 5 by bim 65U t 6 33 Foley, Frank prttclc tho was, apparently, Adams, J. W., iV, days fiaullng, " 3 30 t " " " 6,5 Faulkntr, A. G. cle-i- of cleciUn l lit the uoiirsu of dejc nt from ape to Adams, W. T., j 00 a 3a French, Peter " t day's hauling man would bo rui onstructod ail at Alcorn, I). J., S, " 3 00 Fish, Abe a JIM once; but now wo can not oven provo Alford, II. G. clerk of clpotioii, LIST of ClflP Deiihan , P. lumber hauling Davis. J P. merchandise account 1 J7 Ll'Ir,- SALS 00 m FEED STABLE, NnHniellii lht He has recently sjje.l 10 Its appointments rint-cU- ss 1 Pool and ICllIIurd PnrlorH A First-ClaLivory Stablo ss sJ.H. HILTOniNr II To acromino.li e the demands of his increased lranirnt patrorsge. licit Turnouts furnished Commcrcisl travelers and others, TIIK GALT HOUSE, LOUISVrLLB, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE 0ITY. S2.50 TO - ir -- 1 " ;E0. - H. MHO BERTS, ALU., se RATES S4 PER DAY. ACCORD' INC TO ROOMS. TURKISH A 1 Kl SSIAN I1ATIIS IN HOTF.L. -- I P (X LO 1 1 3l tj P I -- . s jiro-tpec- 1 Same. 3 00 3 00 Givwis, lien Gross, Mrs R. 3 " Kentucky Central 7J", R.R. B vS &K RlEND" DMbr sn jrTMOTHERS 1 aiivrf ? o o tt g WO jCD 3 1 , ji 1.4 1 - pact tit i'i?ai trrcr ifilif, . mi. mi - ni...rt niLynf 3i 1 M : .; -- - " quusi-sinila- Old Ky. Eaute t.bi-.lc- 1 I 111 !, 11 .1 I . 'HsssW upj-llit- cot-la- in . VPmV'He1 z ' ape-lllc- lako-hoi.- d North-Houn- d. KiiEsJSflsMH 4?5l'BB4&?i r srt- - 1 - 111 out-dd- 111 111 WM. ADAMS& SON, I 111 11 (1 LEXINiTON, 111 41 I A-- Mc-pr- e, 111, 111, IHl 5 41 IAST MAIL A-- 1 I I 11 .) As N'i-- c,,o;Mrr,1-nc- 4 m I "PoyW K - r - roervatlous, etc., S. A IIROMHKRO, Trav J Pass. Act. J L MURlMIY.Ocn'l Pass ng ad v i , i.cxinf ion, Kv D. VAR G. W. HARVIiY. Ticket Acent don 'J'llUlH. Pain Itceder was sawed in two in . ... plauiuir mill in Louisville. ton r:i Chadwlckft Armendl mdse account Coffey, Joseph i J days' hauling on co, road a days hauling a Cobb, Richard Cooley, Win, 3 3 30 .175 " " joo 7Sj ferior nostrums thrown 011 the market. Tho bests none too good, be sure and get IIKGGS'CHIiRUY We keep It on hand at all COUGH SYRUP tine. A R. Penny, Druggist. Covir.gton, Ky. Lexington, hy. H.E HUNTINOTON, General Manager. GF.NKRAL OFFICES' Chamber of Commerce Iluilding, Cincinnati, O . I Icket ' """',' and laaVine O.MctORMlCK, OHic-- Agent, Chicago. , h. A lOIUlbML, Ave"' Ky Cliicimiml, I'llSIIISI. STWIWSs1,Uill1IIHp. Sft9'iss T.. rfji-sj- l i. 1. ft- -. vt'M, Kr v.,