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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889111201 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 & kf'- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER d2, d889. NO. 78. Goodloe, Goodloo Saturday when it was found that the bullet had pierced several of his small Intestines. They were carefully sewed up and the pitlent revive 1, but the wound was too deadly for mortal surgery and ho died at 1 o'clock Sunday. Goodloo retained consciousness to tho last and met deatli without a tremor. Ho bade his wife good-by- e and said ho was not afraiil to die. Col. Swope was a magnificent specimen of physical manhood, standing l feet '2 inches high and splendidly proportioned. He was besides a leinark-abl- y handsome man, mid possessed a genial, whole souled disposition which made him many friends. Ho was born in this county about 15 years ago and lived hero till his removal to Paris In ISO". . VOL. XVII. HUSTONVILLE. M. K. Allen Is In lMiiavlllo. Mra. G. MrH. V. Weatherfoid Ih Improving slowly. BOTH KILLED. Col. ' G. H. Cooper and cIiIIiIiimi attended tho entertainment given at this place last weak. We learned Hut ruh for Campbell! of a convenmtlon that took place a ago between n Campbell ami Fora ker man. The republican notified the democrat that If Foraker won ho wat to burn hi, the democrat's, hat, and visa versa. W all know too well the fate of thu Foraker hat and we ate heaitlly ulad for the bell had rung some time K for' the rcpttblican'H miinllla. The litemry and mimical entertain nnnt. under the direction of Mm. A.I) Held, took place at the Christian church and waH decidedly the most refined en few-day- s Swope Stabbed to Death by Col. Who DlcH Himself in 48 Hours from a Pistol Shot. ,Tho Torrlblo Ending of a Clash of Political Ambition. Cou AitMsri:i) Mil. 1. Kit Swoi'K was stubcliurcli was full ami thu incut attentive bed to death in the corridor of the Lexaudience that any one ever Haw mucin bled. The exorcises opened with a male j ington postollico Friday afternoon by cpiartette, composed of Mttni. Cook, Win. Cassius Goodioe. They had been Ilradloy, lluiriiinn and Adams. Their enemies for years and an outbreak was election was rendered in nunrtistie man-- 1 inevitable when they met. On entering med at home with his tho postolllee Goodloe found .Swope getner and each ting his mull. Singularly and fatefully "spades tail" on. The "I'olish Hoy" Wl I enough their boxes adjoined. Swopeob-tallie1. Held and Riven In recited by Misn H. his mail, but, unfortunately, inMian I ma Wllllainsdelight, good style. ed her hearers with a recitation entitled stead of stepping aside, commenced a "Drowned." Her articulation was Rood. conversation through the opening winThe Maniac," by Mm. Steele, could not dow with a postal clerk, Goodloo Bind Her ventures were decid- to him: "You obstruct the way." .Swopo bemirpaHsed. edly graceful "F.vcningat the Farm" made some reply, when Goodloe said: you," Riven by Mitw Kate Cook, won tho lion-o- "This is the second insult from We inuat not forRct At this instant they both straighten t veiling. of tho to congratulate Dolly Alcorn (subject eel up and each drew a weapon at the "Iloboliuk.") Her imitation of thu bird same moment .Swope a pistol and Good- loo a clasp-knifAs soon as the weaWM certainly the beat wo over heard. The cutest recitation of the evening watt pons were drawn Swopo fired and Goodby little Maliel Taylor. .She brought loe knocked the pistol down as it went down the house. For want of time your olf, the ball entering his abdomen on the correapondent is compelled to ahorten right side. Goodloe then began stabbing his opthis letter. Hut wo can wifely nay tho ponent in tho breast with his knife, evening' programme was made interesting to the last, and wu hope Mm. Held is which forced Swope backward toward proud of her pupils. She begins anoth- the money ordr door, they having liegun the fight about midway of the lober class Monday and if you possess any literary talent she certainly can timland by. After several blows had been struck improve them. Tho calisthenics drill by Goodloe Swope fired again, missing was grand and was the feature of the Goodloe. In u moment after the tiring evening. The supper given by the Pres- of the hccoud shot Col. Swope fell on his byterian Indies was a decided success. face within about ten feet of the door The menu was such as would please the leading into tho money order departMuch credit is due the ment, and, weltering in his blood, died most fastidious. for their time was so limited, but almost instantly. ladies, After Swopo fell Goodloe walked totho we understand that they came out condoor and a couple of friends having at siderably ahead. ried, he handed one his knife, remark-CRAB ORCHARD. ing In a way, "Ho squealed 1 MIsh Lcttlc Caisoii Is ory sick. Dr. like a calf w hen got to him." Ho was to the Pluenix Hotel, where phy-- j Il!air, '. Vanderpool and T. Mc Holmes of sicians attended to his wound, In the ab-- ( W. G. Duulap, areall convalescing. Nicholasville, was here Thursday and domed Col. Swope's body was carried to his rooms, where his wounds weio, Friday bird limiting. Everybody, regardless of politics, re- examined. They were dreadful ones gret the los of Col. hwnpeund of Col. ami must have heen iloue with a blade History repeats itself. sharpened to a razor's edge. There were Goodloe also. Human nature is the same from a wa HI wounds on thu body, which it took undertaker two hours to sew up. In back. When we witness the deadly overcoat were IS cuts and there were' limiting 011 the sutface feuds and batieds of human nature in this day of eulight-nieii- l, III in tho Prince Albert dress coat, which lie wore underneath. Wt cannot be surprised that the The pNtol used was a !IS Smith A Wesof the existed in the dim, dark times past. Wo do not wonder why the great son and tho knife with which Goodloe man of Carthage wan made to swear eter did such tumble execution was n largo nal hatred of the Kouiam, even at the one which shut up witli a clasp the same age of s or 10 years, who boro out his as any ordinary pocket knife. It had a blade, about 0.1th to the lint. This in. but the tesnlt keen, murderous-lookinof the spoils system, faced around with four inches In length and had a spring old human nature, ami as long as man luck that prevented itsshuttingup when 1 d J m 1 cold-bloode- d g Both Republicans, but Jealous of Each Other. tertainmentthat everoccurreil heie. The ) Col. T. P. Hill, witli whom he studied law, speaks in tho highest terms of his character and of his honorable and high-tone- d nature. Said the Colonel, "I never knew a young man who impressed me more forcibly tiian Ami)) Swope. Tho first time I over saw him 1 was struck witli his lino figure and splendid eyo and said to him, 'My son, go homo and tell your mother to send you to col lege a session or two ami men send you to mo and I will help you make a man of yourself.' His mother did so, he camo and studied law under me, made rapid progress and at tho end of two years went to Paris. I gave him a letter of introduction to Judge Williams, who took him into his ollico and soon turned Ins business over to him. At first he boarded at a hotel, hut finding iiis money running short, hecpiit and had his meals cooked by an old darkey until lie was able to do better. In vain tho liotil man insisted that ho .could board with him and pay when ho got the money, but Swojw said lie preferred to go only as ho was able to pay. Tins very fait ud to his advancement its it was soon told ubout what manner of man he was and business began to pour in. He was elected city attorney and arose rapidly to the front as a lawyer." A rich old gentleman named Higgins took a fancy to him and left him his executor. The winding up of the estate brought much motley to the young lawyer, to which Mrs. Higgins added $.'),IXX) in her will, and shealso made Col. Swope her executor. Ho was appointed Collector in the Lexitietou distnct in ts77 ml lield the ollice till 18SI, when he resignJed. The next two years he spent in traveling abroad. He also visited Mext-take- n w, where ho studied the customs and habits of thu people and lectured on them for the benefit of several Christian ' with him during Ids term as Collector to WE HEADQUARTERS FOR discharge any employe who failed to pay his honest debts. Swopo said a few dujs before his death that ho was not carrying the pistol for Col. Goodloe, but Pres. Kimball, who had opened afresh the wounds of his trouble with Goodloe, by publishing a letter accusing him of hiding when Goodloe armed himself and sought to resent tho insult put upon him at the Our trade has been so enormous this Kail that we find we will I'hcenix. Col. W. O. Bradley said to a reporter to earlier than usual, consequently our buyer is in the that ho did not speak to Swope, "Hut," Raid he, "I considered him of great val- this week and we will open up for ue to the republican party of Kentucky, and his untimely death will cause a vacancy in our ranks that will be hard to fill. As regards Col. Goodloo I was not especially friendly toward him, but I am an admirer of his grand work for the party and was glad ho received tho appointment of collector. I regarded him as one of tho leading republicans of KenTHE MOST- tucky." ARE STIIX I LOW PRICES! k i have city Saturday's Trade Gomplete - OF - DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Jim Wnlker and his bride, neo Miss Deatherage, and his sister, Miss Minnie, of Kirksville, are visitingat Mr. Cotton's, near town. When tho news reached here Wednesday of tho grand victory the democrats had won, a largo Hag bearing the stars and stripes, was suspended across Main street and floated to the breeze till next day. On account of tho illness of Hev. Mr. Tharp, the meeting nt tho Christian Church closed last Tuesday. Ho promises to return soon and finish the meeting if bis health is good enough. There were 14 additions to the church during tho meeting. The first of a course of lectures, bx in all, will be given at the Opera House Monday, by J. P. Sanford, on "Walks in Home." These lectures will be given once in each month; the season tickets will cost $2. A great many h ivu already been sold. The people show good sense and taste by patronizing a thing of this kjnd and no doubt will reap much good from it. Tho mode adopted by tho democrats, that is taking tho ballot box to each voter to decide on candidates for the county offices, has car seel sotuo dissatisa faction some think thu old way of primary tho better. It looks like it would do away with buying and belling votes, but it has not. Tho floater has had a good time as ho could sell to each candidate, while the candidate had only to take his word as lie could not see him t, Lines Overcoats, Clothing, Underwear, BOOTS AND SHOES, &c, That has ever been shown in Stanford. We don't advertise low price on old goods or cry overstocked, but we sell more new goods for dollar than any other house in town. Come and see us at the Great Bargain Store, S. L. POWERS & CO. Sign of the Red Flag. " hold-ing- " - ...- - .. vote. chuiclies, including thu Stanford cliun'h making no charge himself for the work. hlle Collector he did a great deal for the young men of this county, in thu o way of giving them ollice and til Ids lluence is due many a change in tho hlic.il faith of those youiiv' iiieu. Ho was devoted to Ins mother, who died a number of years ago, nml to whoso memory he erected a handsome monument. His biothersaud sisters also siiared liberally in ins bounty and they regarded him with tho greatest love and ieer-encin-thpo-th- remains man, these regretful circum- twine. a will come to the surface. It iH the nui topic everywhere, two great men I at'iliiR their hands in each other's life blood and Itsclleet will be felt all over the Mate. If great men light, why can't we little fellows take a loiiud? Tim ex ample, will not make less blood How in our already crimson Commonwealth, an a Kentucki.in, a full Hedged Ken t ickian, but we must be candid to ad mit that the pistol and the knife Is used Too many too freely by nil deadly weapons lay concealed beneath tho foKIs of line clothes, as well as the coarser garments. Too little attention is paid by tho courts to the concealed weapon law. It is time wo were tnkingthis tiling up. If neither of Itheso men had licking been armed an would have been the only result and two smart men been spired their families. 1 cl.vs-e- s. 111 m-e- . As our modest young brother sent wo reproduce tho following from the Frankfort Capital: "F.ver sinco our ctoemed younger brothers, the 'Kids, met nt Howling Green, we have endeavored to learn from 8om of the nowspapeis represented bv them w hero they are to meet next year. Xcither of the Howling Green pa peis (nor any other that wo have seen) noted tho fuel that Louisville was select ed until the Stanford I.vrciuoit Joimixai. camo in with Mr. Kdwin 0. Walton's account of tho meeting. Young Walton is n pat titular daisy anycry present help In time of how. Ah troublodio is uncqualod, as wo found In tho presence of railroad wreck on a visit to Middlcsboro. Some good girl is missing u gicat deal by not taking him in and making a husband of him." is ab- well-writte- n 11 11 ie-ce- nt --- - The heaviest snow Htorm that over e of Texas raged visited tho in places to 0 fact. Inst week and diifted All trains nn the Fort Woith & Denver were blockaded. Han-handl- While the two men had heuu politic- al rivals ever since Col. hwppo's removal pret-encto Lexington, tlte immediate cause of the tragedy grew out of a remark made by Goodloo in n speech at Urn republican convention at Louisville in 1888, held to send delegates to the National Conof vention, to the effect that nine-tenth- s tho Fayette county delegation were not e mi speaking terms with Swope, who 1 ho a delegate to Chicago. Col. to Swope could hardly keep from denouncing Goodloo then and there, but refrained for fear of breaking up tho conven- to Danville. Tho estate of Col. Swope is estimated tion in a low. Aftcrwatds ho sought his enemy jit his hotel, but failed to find 'at over $100,000, made entirely by his turn ami thuy did not meet tilt a wock own exurtious. He left a will, but it is subsequent, when Swopo rushed upon not known what disposition lie made of him at thu Pluenix Hotel and denounced it, though it will likely go to his two him in the most fearful manner, calling brothers and four sisters. His father, liini a liar, 11 coward and a scoundrel. David Swope, is now SO years of age and Goodloe said ho was not armed and was until recently was a very active man, therefore not prepared to cope witli but he is fast losing Ids mind now and ' Swope, who throw oll'liis coat to show has to be cared for all tho time. hnd no sign of n weapon. Swope's Swopo lived and died nu infidel, hut that ho l friends finally got him away and Senator Goodloo sent for tho rector of tho Heck and others succeeded in patching cliurcli 11 short time before his up a peaco between thu belligerents. death and was at his request received Strange ns it may seem they had not met into the church. In hid youth Col. Swopo afterwards till tho fateful Friday, though joined the Cliristianciiurcli, buton readliving so closu to each other. ing such books as Tom Payne's and othFrom thu date of his arrival in Lex- ers ho grew into scepticism and finally ington Goodloe seems to have been jeal- into infidelity. ous of Col. Swope, who at onco drew a Col. Goodloo camo from a noted familargo number of paity friends to him and ly, all of whom were lighteis. Ho was usurped Goodloo's previous undisputed bom in 1M1 and served as Sectetary of titlo of leadership. Ho could not hear' Location while Iiih uncle, Cam M man, who had by Clay, wan minister to Uiismu and alter-din- t thohlea of asolf-inad- o of his own exertions nrison fiom wards hervvti as nnnihtei to B.iljjiuni. h poverty to prominence, becoming a rival Hi was a ineintiHj 01 thu Itepubln-ahim, who boasted of his ancestiy tional Uouiuiitttie and dining tlm last and breeding, lint Swopo did it nil tho campaign I11H Hiarge of too ',dpehdind-nam- e and became a power in politico, urn and Wind jannueiM. Ilu married both in local and State allalre. Ho was' Mih8 Mann, of Uhodu Ihland. and she appointed collector of the district in 1887 witli eight children survives him. Col. Swopo was a scrupulously honest and filled tho oillco most creditably for eight years. man ami permitted no debt of any kind An operation was performed on Col. to remain against him. ft was a rulo e pall-heare- rs as-phs, -ICpis-copaNa-wit- I hear the question often asked, f "Don't you think people are growing more deceitful?" anil "Who practice it most, men or women?" They are questions hard to answer, for deceit has been practiced ever since we were created, Is Receiving His however, I will venture to say I believe it is more indulged in now than ever before, but people conceal it better, especially is this so with the fair sex. A lady meets another, shakes hands with her Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial kisses bur and turns right around to her C SINE. other friend and turns up her noso to J.N MENKFF.E tho one'sho had just kissed and was delighted to see. I have seen ladies kits The lemaius wore brought to Danville other ladies whom I knew they hated. Dealers In Saturday and thence conveyed to the Men would not near do that. Well, home of his brother, .1. II. Swope, men don't like to kiss ladies anyway, as hero on Sunday morning Klder Sliouso for that.s preached the funeral discourse in the L:atlts, Etc., Those who nrried the ballot box of a huge assemblage of friends. U-around in nirh precinct, finished their Then all that was mortal of A mislead work Friday ami Saturday the votes Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, Miller Swope, was brought to Hullaio were counted, which took alj day and up Spring Cemetery and laid to rest bosido to 11 o'clock ASTD at night. Following are his mother. Cedar and Locust Posts. the names of tho candidates and thu Tito to the grave were We will cirry a full stock of cventhmi; found in a first'Cla Lumber Yard. number of votes each one received: Judge M. . I. Durham, G. W. Welsh, J. A C, SINE, Iluklnetii Manager. County Judge, Geoigo F. Lee, IMS; J. W. Yeikesand Henry Gentry, of DanH. McFerran, MS. ville, and Messrs. T. P. Hill, W. G. County Attorney, ltobeit Harding, Hi miles tho shortest, it hour quidest between Welch, W. II. Miller and P. M. McHob-eitT of Stanford. A number of LexingSheriir, J. M. Hailey ,0iW; J. M. Meyton gentleman accompanied the remains New Or- er, H'O. g4iitten-'tHS'to- e FALL AND WINTER GOODS. e. SME & IiEftBEFEE. -- B0TOH AND DRESSED LUMBER, BOOHS ANT) BfcianOS PATE2TT WIPwE SLAT FESTCE, g CSASH, Shingles, foWXrHicJTGm County Clerk, It. S. Nichols 1,317. Assessor, John It. Harris, 101; Ike Durham, 251; James L. Webb, 201); Geo. II. Hooker, 4W. Jailer, F. M. Shumate, 0i)J;C. H. Helm, IS'.); Chus. Jones, aifl. S!ilinrt1 r?miitnlci.trmi.r .T. l?ii'ttiifri VAV Cincinnati and leans. SjiiUi Hound Entire Trains llun Through Without Change. THROUGH CAR SERVICE ,.,-- ., heen County JiuIko for 10 years. MeFerran was beaUtn 1y lilm last flection by a small majority. Leo Iuih (ieo. F. .' SiSIMffiaB ItJCVDTDO'WN. No 7, Train No 1, Pullman lloudoir Huff. Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans i to Shrcveport. Train Na. 5, Pullman lloudoir Iluffrt Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans nnd Cincinnati to Jatk.onvilleaud KnoxxUle. Sleepers St. Louis toNew Orleans ia M. .V O. ct ChattaiiiMitr-- Condensed Schedule in Klfict Mauh 31, 188) deaths' Wings. J. Bacon, J, H.icon ift 1 " 14JCA.X) XJP. STATIONS. TRAINS NORTH. No. 3. No. 6. No. 4. Lim, Dailv. Daily Fast I'.x. Sun. Dally. Ex. Lin. Daily. No 4) of the welhknown Hi in t f , Mm. Son, Louisville, is dead. I.im. Kx. Sun, Daily. A'rv, .Cincinnati Fount Floyd, a respected citizen of! 9 7am t 01" nil Soo p in. 7 ss a mil.' e, Williamvtown Ive 640am! 641pm 1035 am 330pm ; . .:.... B 30 a in 1 J 13 a ml japn 9S3m 7 14 am I a 38 p m 410am, ,.Gcorgeton, near Rich 1 ill. Casey county, died at J. 10 J9 a in. 7 oj p in 10 ao n mj ...... a m 4 Ijpm 700am II 10 p m 3 45 .I.f xmcton. 11 jop m 7 35 pm 1053 pmiio ?5 a in Wesley Kubauks' Friday mornim: of 11 l.vo. l.ou. S. R. R. Arr. .I.vo. Ilurt;in. disease niudlar to paralysis, lie was' irr.. ,.Arr a 55 a IlurKii 3 ao p m 5 50 a m 10 50 p in I.c visiting Mrs. Kubanks, who was ids Bis- - 11 Jipm 8 45 pin 11 16J a Dunwlle,,.., 1.VSa m Sjoam 10 31 p m II 50 pm 8 to pin is a ni m j 30 a m jnippni 3 a8n in a 53 junction City last suffered a slight 115pm 9 10 pm l 30 a in 11 45 am tor, nnd ml 1 35 p m .... m Somerset o$a I 00 p a 03 a .y, a 30 am 3 00 p m stroke in tho lower jaw hut on Wednes915 P " i aja m uakuaic.. $ Jjam 415 am; 6 50 P m .. ,i v 4 to a n. 8 S am 040pm Ar'v.CIiattanoo;a. l.'ve 0 30 pm 7 55a m day did not feel tho ejects of it. Tliurs-- ' 1000 pm .. ... 1 poa m l.'ve 7 35 ni'.... 7 910am a 00 p ml Ai'v Chattnnooga,, Ar v day night lie had n similar attack, but 4 Al a "' .... AtUlla oa pm 49 p in t ve .. iiirroint.ii."". 300pm 300pm,.,. t 45 P mill 45 pni.L. which afterward ranged toward tho 1 mcaloosa loiitm . 6 08 p in I 30 a m 10 Co pin .... ..Meridian... ...L've and about ono o'clock ho breathed ti at 11111 445am Ar v New )rle.iti...I. ve heart 4ljam 3 35 p m.. 63011 in 11 00. i in Ar'v. '"" ,. Meridian ..Ar v his last. Mr. Floyd wns a splendid man 9 40 p ml..., 10 a in Ive . . 6 iop m jakvh . " """ ..... ....... 11 as am I. VC. ..VicVsluirjr, .M..r. and was a devout member of tho chinch ..... 400pm .... ... ., 9IOam l.'ve. " ', ,.. 10 05 a nil.... Monroe , ... 4 35 pm 1ve at Mt. Olivo in Casey. His remains were iLX.'.7;".; pm Ar'v . .Shrc eport. 3 taken to his homo nnd buiied in t ho No a, Pullman lloudoir linnet Sleeping Cars, JJew OrUans to, Cincinnati Train family burying ground besido ids wife. C. tf.w Orleans to Clncinn Car ChatUnpoga to Cinema ni and. Slwpers Jack- Tram No. 8 Pullman noudoir and uffet by onv.ll.,0 Cincinnati, Ma W..V A. and h ... v, o. Montana has been duly admitted i.iriciniiaii. 11 111 , 1 111 1 , 1 . Daily IKAUNs sUli Hi No. 5. i?a. 3. Dally. I) lily. .No. 1. 6j North-Roun- a"Sft;w3a.irlll IOHN "" Slc.-nin- presidential proclamation to Statehood, making tho list. nwW. General Manager, Cincinnati Ohio. U - G EDWARDS, Gen'l lSis. and Tkt. Agt. ct. Lexinzton. Kv. i - v I, A"J I ni V mi Si '"-- ' isjuwA mi rrifiliitii-n- r ' tg It lacks but n few dnyu of n year When mon who aspire to be lenders habitually disregard tbo law against car , Binco urecn Kiiieu uaiuwin ni i,exuiK- ryiiiR eoncealed wenponsandgoprepaied ton. Cincinnati democrats celebrated their to take tlio life of a fellow mortal at tbo STANFORD, KY., NOVEMBER 12, 1889 slightest provocation, it is littlo wonder splendid victory Saturday night in grand that men of less standing are guilty of style. Gen. Greeley's report shows that Kentucky will never tbo same crime. W. P. WALTON. lose her notoriety for bloodshed till there during tho year the percentages of sucis a complete revulsion, of sentiment cessful forecasts were for weather 81. with regard to settlement of differences temperature 75.8, with general average DEMOCRATIC TICKET. by personal violence, ihstcad of the of 81. There woro 1,000 storm signals of For County Judge, THOMAS W. VARNONj means always at band. Nor until her all kinds ordered, of which 080 were ful- Co unty Attorney, JOSEPH II. 1'AXTON; citizens cease to mako to ly and 74 partly justified as to velocity, " County Cletk, OKORGE D. COOPER; those who bathe their hands Innnother's and PS0 justilled as to direction. " Shorifl, J. N. MEN'EFF.E; blood. " Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWENS; LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Semi-Week- ly Interior journal I I INDISPUTABLE sFACTS.sgn 4 hero-worshi- p ft. D. KENNEDY; Sup't of Common Schools, W. F McCLAHY " Survejor, HARRY A. EVANS; " Coroner. ARCH CAUSON ' Ateor, Harrison carried Massachusetts by .2,0:i7. This year the republican candidate for governor has a pitiful plurality of 5,'JS4, and yet the old phariseo Fays he can see nothing in the result that on his administration. In a total vote of more than L'oO.OOO in the State tho prohibitionists polled 1 :!,&!, which was doing pretty well for them. rt-fl- eets Judge Lkwis writes to the Cincinnati giving what he to be the true statement of the claims Harlan county war so far us it affects his action in the mateer. It shows that o be went in with a determination to law and order by capturing Wils Howard and his crowd of desperadoes, or make them llee from the country. His posse killed and wounded a few of them and the Judge adds: "As it is reported that Wilson Howard and William Jennings, his associate in crime, have left this country and prob.ibly gone to parti unknown, I hope peace is te tored and business will revive." Whatever may have been the ulterior motive of Judgj Lewis in the matter ho certainly deserves the approbation and plaudits of every good citizen of the State for restoring law and order in his lawless section. Commercial-Gazette res-tor- very large por cent, of the brains of tho republican party in Kentucky is lost in the tbo deaths of Swope and Goodloe. week. The Cincinnati Commercial-GazettThey weie a brainy pair and there places attributes tho defeat of "Buck Fuzz" can scarcely be filled from the material op they to offer Fornker to the workings of the saloons Keep close by A reg to select from in the State. and whisky men of Ohio. If they are in u cione or (rnnrx.' lUnihinti. Hnnv Shnnc : 'IISI.UJ ' n f.i.. The Alexander Hotel, Louisville, has any way responsible for Ohio's redemp xjU'Vs, LfUriJcis. Jiia.Lu.iip. . been sold to the Miller Ilros., of Tennes- tion from Foraker rule, we say amen and w mn.-:m jr .1 uriict.oci,-- . vuuviouh.i' 1 s jjuy. uuurcuurs an .i ;; ice .ft 'Un vote to give them full sway. see, who will shortly take charge. U, X0.0V; Specia I Mr. O. Smith Williams, who sold his cle Joe" Alexander will feel like a fish Uvcr of water with no hotel to look after. farm in lower Garrard a short time since out SG; SG. , . ityi4ioU c.....j t 1 ts r ' 'Fir. has purchased tbo residence, store-roolow, ul( oe cent, less wile formNEWS CONDENSED and stockof goodsof M. T. Mitchell, in to one-ha- lf Also Burgin. Amount paid $2,000. Mr. Wil. were we expected. Miss Annie Beaver has been ap- liams gets possession Dec. 1 and we to o JSasl to pointed postmaster at St. Marys. very much to lose him as a citizen The Owensboro Inquirer is making John Knox, a negro, fatally shot The on soon to a. close, so malife burdensome to Commonwealth's At- Win. Fisher, a railroad man at Lexing- of Garrard. One of tho most enjoyable musical possible. torney Noe, who was caught in a gam- ton. entertainments of home talent over givbling house at Hawesville shullling the Gov Buckner has. fixed Dec. 18, ns Main stM Stanforxl. Koes-ter- , M. SAI.INGKK, lively rate. In the day Pat Hunt must die at Paris. He en in Lancaster was that of Prof. cards and betting at a assisted by tbo music pupils of Garother words aiding and abiding a felony was convicted of killing James Abner. on Satur rard College at the he had sworn to prosecute. The valiant Gov. Lee has respited to 20 years' day evening. The audience was as-- : who deserves impeachment imprisonment the negro boy who was to Coal did not deny tho charge, but buckled on have been hung in Chesterfield, Va., Fri- tounded at the progress the pupils had . I.. 1.... r tii made under tho tutorship of Prof. Kocs' I Keep un uauu x .o I (juiiiiy ui jcnico, 1117 his pistols and marched tip and down day. orJir at ' ami Nut C04I in my yard Leave ter, especially mose oi uiu viunu ui.iw. v ard or S S ,M)rr (tori! anil nicy jour iicattcnu. win tho street, pretending to be anxious to Judge Lewis is announcing himself Everybody left tbo hall delighted with d p'omptly, j Star ford. ., llll.l. K.y. meet the editors who had exposed him, in the papers of his district for the treat. thereby adding further to his evident unto the judgeship of the Court of Ap,SYrfrf, J of The Boston Ideal .Minstrels gave u I fitness to hold a public tnwt. The edit- peals. the regular sickening, chestnutty performI ors are not alarmed, however, but are A boy at Charlotte, be to ance to a crowded house here on Friday A Lot, shooting tho proof of his direliction of o. of i., pin to muni ins ii.tuy sister, huui new duty to him without fear and with an her head off when she wouldn't stop evening. It seems to be Lancaster's mis- - On Somerset ttrert. at Dreient occillicJ bv Mr. ( " Cooper A vry durable place and can be fortune to patronizo exclusively tho worst .idtinHAil a Uriiiiit pyo singlo to the public good. Bros. crying. wi rill .n t t naiaiu ouuiii.narper, nt m. kihiu, enieriainmeniH mat. vish u uiuiimcaiiiui & Givens, wo congratulate you! Ford W..I Or I' M.McKOllBRIS, Manford. Ky. Albert Morea, oi Savannah, Ga., cut ,1... Dt!,..,.,.l lw...fl..;,.l John L. Bosley, who for four years his wife's throat because she walked would say to our people that bvcatihu Oils, School Boohs, has made the Winchester Sun an emi-- home with a young man from a church they were disgusted with the minstrels, I titly conservative, readable and relia- festival. not to miss tho performance of the low first-clas- s An insane man stibbed one man to I Acret, Family on the 28th. They givo the with to tell my Farm of 170 ixLc, 4 ntuated on ble paper, has sold it to a stock company goods. good, llyatlivillc and KirVtvillr mllct itom to do watch, the heart and desperately wounded four a performance both instructive and en- Lancatlrr It it well walcnd, hai upon it a coin' and will retire from the business, which dwelling houtc, liable, orchard in fact, best workman-lik- e lias brought him mbre fame than filthy others before he could be killed, at Bay- tertaining and such a troupe is seldom fortablencceoary conormencet. I have alto lour all the ou Boeuf, La. Very ethcrtractt I would till seen here. lucre. With Farris Feland already gone j8 J. IIANSIIhKRV WFST, Hlatttvillc. Several more herders have frozen to Tho "microbe killer" is causing as this makes two of tho four distinguished editors that Hanging Fork produced, to death and much stock is dying in much of a sensation here as the gold disfrom the effects of tho protract covery did in California in the year Ml). FOR SALE OR leave the profession they filled with credit' J M. D. Hughes and A. A. Lewis are still ed snow storm and blizzard. Several of our best citizens have tried it A 1.AKOK AND COMMODIOUS IIOI'SK A family named Porter.consisting of for variouscomplaints, indigestion, dysholding up their end of the log, but Lewin Lancatter, on Danville street, Ithe old Frankhusband, wife and seven children, were pepsia, rheumatism, Ac, and all pro- lin Inttitutc property, tuitahlc for a boarding a chance to get a fat governis stands houtc II uld pioperty it not told privately or ment office and quit tho business, while drowned while crossing the riverat Port- nounce wonderful benefits derived from rented for the year iSyo.it will be told at public 33, 188.; at the court on Hughes is likely to break into a lunatic land, Oregon, in a small boat. its use. Jim Burnside says he bought a outcry doorMonday, Deo. , that lieiiis county l.ancattcr, K) houtc Peter Van was hungntSummerville, jug of microbe (?) a few days since and couttday. MILLER ft SANDIFKK telegraped us at asylum, though he has A Houso in which you can find Addrnt J. V. Miller, Lancatter, or J. I' Sn Ga., for murder Friday. The night be- was taking it home for his brother-in-lawdifer, Mi llrtboro. at our expense that he is not. fore he cut his throat and tried to open use, who had been an invalid for Ti!KGlas!0v Times celebrated its 24th an artery, but failed' fo rob the gallows several years. Ho was stopped all along birth day by issuing a paper four times of its due. the street by old men with dippers, wo In his report Treasurer Huston says men with goblets and children with mugs the size of this and filling it with the MT. VERNON. KY. good things Editor Richardson knows so that tho receipts for the fiscal year all crying and begging for just one dose Hotel! (till maintaiu and Thitold well how to get up. Tho Times is one of amount to $387,050,0S3 and the expendi- of tho life elixir. Before he reached ing Hi fine reputation. Chargti reatonable. Spetho best papers anywhere and this state- tures $299,288,908. home he found ho had dispensed with cial attention to the traveling public Any of tho above goods exchanged for Country Produce. M. V NKWCUMB, Prop., ment of its aims and purposes will be The Supremo Court of New York has almost the entire contents of the jug, but Ml Vernon, Ky, Sj tt recognised as eminently correct by every decided that thejclauso in Samuel J. his liberal nature caused no complaint Wo do a strictly Cash Business and our prices are the will giving a largo amount of his reader of it: "Striving always for the and he seemed contented with the beLOWEST. Come and see what wo can save you. pure and clean in journalism; yielding its estate in trust to establish libraries in lief that he had put several in declining R. B. convictions to none, but aiming at jus- New, York, is void. health on tho road to vigor and happiSUCCESSOR TO tice to all; standing by its friends; never The Indiana Supremo court declar- ness. enemies below tho belt and ed unconstitutional the act of the last hitting its THE HATTER, Next door to Portman House. M'MICHAEL, Stanford, Ky. having few, thank God, to hit anywhere; Legislature prohibiting the piping of nat&114TH AVRNUE, Accoiding to tho customs of Chlneso that some- ural gas out of the State. It was already nerving the public with society, th wifo of tho Clilnoso Mintimes erred, but hearts that never betray being piped to Louisville. LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 'd,thu history of The Times has been that Fire broke out in Davis' store at Pe- ister to this country will comb hor !!-The Nobbiest & Most Stylish of uninterrupted, steady advancement." tersburg, Va., and destroved the Iron hair up from bet- forehead, to show M.U)G she is married. Ilcr trossei reach Stock of Block on Sycamore St. Lt. Crichton, of' that The New Yora Sim has already hoisf the police, was crushed to death by a fall to her fcot, and so dlfllcult is tho task DBTJGQ-ISTBWELEB- , of dressing thorn that ono arrangement d the names of Gov. Hill, of New York, ing wall The pecuniary is estimated sfvornl days, i'or tho preservalasts et Campbell, of Ohio, for and at tion of the cnilToro who lies whllo in i"J'2, president and The Com t of Appeals has affirmed this platform: "The permanent re- the death sentence of one of tho Hatfield 1. sloop on a willow pillow ns finely T.verl rouh'hl to the nt) nl 1. 0111. villi-- mw opet DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, with bonnet, haped including the world rwiowucd turn of tho democracy to the control of gang nml the life sentence of three oth- woven as an Importedbread. The maids ilifo a loaf of baker's FANCY ARTICLES, &0. the Federal government." Tho Sun as ers of them. The one to be hung will tlross lhii- buck hair in a queue, and KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS r kicking agaiiiBt the pricks usual is bo shuillcd off in Pike county just be- urrango a bang one and inches Anda'omy own impnitalinu of Kiilith Huu rhyticUntprcunplioi.t aciiiratrly c Mltinntrd, Cleveland will be and deserves to bo fore Christmas. deep, from our to ear. A bit of co- and Cap An elegant lin.i ol Canet and I.yon't tho democratic nominee for president in Hint oil hand Celebrated Umbrella nlwi A $10,000,000 heiress bus bidden quetry Is displayed b.- allow iiir n ' ".?.? MUM tJBaWfV ' 1892. i lftC? look to lloat loosely in front of the farewell to the world. Kato Drexel, tho SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, THE LARGEST STUCK OF WATCHES, faeo and over the shoulder. Tho hair Another editor, J. T. Pryor, of the second daughter of the late F. A. Drexel, of tho Chlneso girl Is iiov.t cut. nnd, Glovct and other Fun, a tpecialty Order CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. of Philadelphia, has taken the white veil Paris Iter ord, is to bo married, making city tolicitcd, perfect tatltfactlor h1'"-"beof the novitiate at the Convent of tho as a result of tho splendid euro teed Don't tail to order a NOIIUV HAT. i.'vi Kver brought to llui market, to than about a dozen Kentucky Washstowed. It grows luxuriantly. the lowctt. Watchet, Clock anil Jewelry He. enter the matrimonial estate this fall. If Sisters of Mercy in Pittsburg. ington Let tor. paired on ihortjiiollce and warranted. Evan Hamlin, who was under inthe thinj: continues there will hardly' be dictment for the killing of tho Worman A Good Chinese Oracle. a single man left to entertain the girls at the Winchester meeting next year, but brothers, was shot from ambush SaturThoro urotwo Chlneso individuals in KlV jllP'lfcfc 5 !aMPaalftariaaaa9fl wo older Benedicts will be there or day near Cumberlond Falls and instantly killed. It is suspected that ho was Ilong Konpr who own tho majority of thereabouts willing to keep up tho repukilled by the Wonnans' relatives. tho uittivo houses between them, and tation of tho Association for gallantry. iff MruMl52flRMMiHPE9WK"'" y The contracts for the building of tbo who, by a system of regular rent raisare already numorous aspiranU new union depot of tho Chesapeako ami in?, uro himply rolling in wealth. Ono VnisHHMMlVa!nHinBBaVVwrrT5BBHB There for tho Ohio Senatorship, which Senator Ohio at 9th and Water streets, Louis- has had a groat deal of family troublo S& CO., Payne says ho will on no condition c ville, have been let and from tho figures lately, and his wife, in her tribulation, copt for another term, as ho is 79 years nlready computed, tho building will not consulted the tira't'lo at tho temple to HUSTONVILLE, KY. of withdraw- cost one cent less than half a million dol- lourn tho reason of tho anger of tho old and feels tho necet-Bitgods. The trial by drawing lots, ac- Are Hill In the liutlnes anil ready to do any ing from public life. John It. McLean, lars. thing in the Undertaking lino. We have a full of all Kohet lock of Cases and Enquirer, says be would editor of the In n fight between Dr. P. J. Walker cording to tho priests, showed that tho of every docription Cakd heartc, kindt and nearh which i Our can be was tho Imposition of increasnew can he obtained On abort notice. Mr. J If. have it, but tbo woods are fullof those and Henry Miller, two leadingciti.enn of not ing burdens on tho tenants. Tho re- (iret'ii hat charge ol and will khow who would. Col. Hrico may possibly be Rockbiidgo county, Va., which occurred sult of Ibis has been thr.t in many our gooda to any onerur biwne anything In our needing 64. tf llnr pistols being used. cases Iho roots have bomi lowered conin tho chosen. Miller was killed, Walker fatally woundin none will they bo The republicans in Kentucky seem to ed and his wifo killed. Sam Beaver and siderably and '1 limil s to tho good put old up further. ho doing all in their power to retain tho two sons of Walker received hovero oraelo! Chlnoso Tlmw. Thl notice forcwarnt humeri, tinhcrmi'ii .iml of tbo dark and bloody name for her other not to tre.pjt on our lamia without per wounds. s has joined inistlon, n nil auch will ho prnncuted to the lull. Tho ground. Tho Somerset Republican says that Littlo I'onrl listened attentively to ett extent of the law. Signed; liands with Harlan and tho mountain Judge M. II. Owsley, of Lancaster, Mr. OEO, n. IIOPI'KK, hor mother, whllo slm trio'l to explain T. J. IIIIX. keep tho stigma M.S. HAUGHMAN. counties, apparently, to Will C. Curd," of that place, and Mr. J. to her the ninth 1'oiutuiiu.liiiuuL. After J,M. McKOnKHTSJR. I.KilKUCK KOI1T. McAI.ISTKK, upon her. S. II SHANKS, S.H. 0. Nelson, of Sharpsburg, who has locat- u moment nho teo.ne.l to o.tteh tho MRS. I1KNRV llAUOHMAN, HAUOHMAN. A.M. KEI.A.VI) keep constantly on hand a largo and selectline of Furniture IOIIN W. IIOI.MCS. democratic majority in Ohio is ed in Somerset, have formed a partner- meaning. "Miuuitin " lio said. (Jouslu K.T PKNCr., The V C. P ARHISII, and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be a3 low as suchij goods - on the rats A.I IIAYOI.'N, w l.otiAK, I). V. IIOI.MI.S. nbout 12,000;; hiVirgJifla about 13,000 ship for the practice of law in Pulaski Ada biirjd falsa iitnoIV. JOSH ADAMS mid in Iowa about 7000. "It was a fa and adjoining counties, stylo of the firm ' whon sho said thoy m!jij..J jutir u,dco PIMMIMIT RICHARD!) J. 11. McKINNKY, can be bought in the cities. Givo me a trial and you will be con(SAIM.S II. W. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. and it was mo." Mm. SA.MFORD IRWIN. being Owsley, Curd d; Co. mous victory A e at homo for a day or two and will move his family to! Loiiisvillo in a few days. Bub Farris returned Friday from a three weeks' hunting trip in Casey county. He and "Gov." McGoodwin bagged about 400 quail. Mr. Robert Arnold, of this county, wa? united in marriage to Miss Partite- nia Burton at the residence of tho bride's father in Burgin on Thursday of last Col. D. R. Collier is THE LOUISVILLE STORED Does the business. say it is under nalue they mean it. their store will testify When they advertise a. bargain they give it. When they The immense crowds who daily pack, to it. Great ular n Eduction: what la CLOTHING This Week. watch '' r7,i,i, &.p - re-gr- former price reductions mooys' bttits. .Uen's coats $4, worth $0, worth S7.50; vv"ai ?vvv, .w uiouuuur ruues win soia zo per tluiii erly. All men's Suits are cut down the price. our sales twice as large as Our buyer had attain, put in new goods for the Holidays. chances that 200 Organ will draw secure as ny tickets as Manager. in i.'njjarnamsit.ii-nurn it n....t :ri.. have "''"j $i.ou, at d.j(J, former price former $0. ,. and you will proit it. n,,t """'') bz.ou: at court-hous- e law-breake- r, Attention, 1 Burnera. !.-- I 11 FOR SALE r a.mi-.km.i., Having purchased, the interest conduct three-year-o- ld I Hrick House and i 1 Ifll Mc-Gibe- business at the old stand, where shall pleased supply the wants all patrons from a former yuid ICE! .!. ! Wall Paper, Jewelru will w n FABM FOB. SALS Full Stock of Drugs Paints style. and Silverware at prices, for Jeweler, ready I have a ami jewelry repairs in the respectfully, New-Mexic- o RENT. W. B. MoKOBEBTS. Just What Groceries, Is Needed Glassware, ! 111 's NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, &c. Til-den- 's GEOGEGHAN, JOITES BEOS., s -- - ,CMu & IP lo-.- s Gov.-1'le- 0. H A T 89 , out-lide" KNNY, laaBt - Gro-ve- one-ha- lf - sin-Ri- o quill-sliove- Pricet-lowe- r J. T. SXJTTOIT HEW FURNITURE STORE! F31WF, MAIK HTCTFFMaV court-hous- e, POSTED. blue-gras- I ! ynil 1 ' I : I ?.. 2 PlW !' , 'WWMWyHMiyilMJ.i f - wpr" 7 Tff-ti- ' "n """i" 2. Kiiiwu '"'"yrT?' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 12, 1880 Salt nt T. K. Walton's. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BxANFOiUi, Ky.,JNovkmiieh T hoimiB S. Marimon nnd Mies May Fok8alk. A Knuu rod, nenrly now. Belle Junius wore married at Harrodt-bur- g. Will Hull cheap. Apply at this ollku. m m m For Sale or Rent. et tt.o.WALTON,Bus,Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Oiianocn, lemon", Immuuis, foreign and loinostic grapoH, California pears, Hkh, datcfl and coconnutH at 8. 8. My- ers'. lluckwheat Flour, Frenoh Soupa, Pickles, Hominy and llenim just received at A. A. Warren'H Model Grocery. Ma pie Syrup, runny. ComkiuuI 8cttluyour account, jcwt-lr- A. U. Watc'Iikm anil rt'jmirt'il nnil It is a very remarkable fact that Col. warranted. A. It. I'vntiv (toodloe breathed Ida liiht just as the Yotm account In ready, please call and body of Col. Hwope was being lowered settli'. MrltohertK A &Um. ' Tn k bent place to buy drugs, patent into the rave. modlciucH and toilet urticlea Ih at A. U. wim. give a reward for the return of 1'uiiiiv'm. Uuv your Hehool irookx, ink, tablet, a ttray sbwal lost by me between my piiper, pencilH and Hchool HUpplieH of all house and the Baptist eliurch Kriday kindw from A. It. IVnnv. nlj;ht. Mih. II. K. Wearen. 1 Thlrly-tlirmiles north 01 of Land Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland attended the Stanford, Oood Acre house. Adilresi bos W. T. STKPHKNsON, Crab Orchard. 78 marriage of Secretary llayard to MIfb. Ulymcr, wnicn was a very hwoii eveni. & Tlie papers are publishing that He v. Will 0. Hames, son of the evangelist, KOWLANI), KY. and Ml) May Ferguson are shortly to Keep constantly on hand a splendid line of marry. Miss Anderson, of Chicago, and Mr. Family Crocorios, Charlea Seller were married on I'ike'H And sell them at the lowest price. Produce of nil taken in exchange at l'eak, at an altitude of 15,000 feet above kinds goods every day, l.lve market quotations. trcsh uiu call. 78 CAKK1KK A WATTS. the sea level. Miss Lizzie Hice, of Uiehmond, the very attractive and accomplished sister RILEY HOUSE, of Train Dispatcher T. A. Hice, was marF. B. RILEY, Proprietor, ried at Covington last week to F. H. Carr, Kentucky. London, K. C. agent at Richmond. ii NEW - MUFjFI 3n Now Jersey Jackets, v CARRIER WAITS, New Plush NEW GYPSY AND Jackets THE New Une Stampctt Scarfs and Tidies, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. -1 PERSONAL POINTS. Miks Ida 1'itKtvn r h;iM been on a Miss l.ucy Tate. C. B. Tatk, of College, been vinttlng Ii!k pnrentx. Ml.--" i visit-t- o I mm Amiik IIai.i.01' !h VinHIiik her r, MIhh Hlleti, in ioineriet. Miw. H. (J. Hail, of .Soiiicri.it in visiting her mother, Mr. (5. 1). Wcuruii. Mil. C. 1). Tncii"o.v caiiie up yrhter-da- y to adjiiMt the Iom on the reHidente of tiro. V. ltriuht. Mwwiw. H. 0. Waiihkn ond K. C. Wal- ton are practicing their profrssloiiri at Monticello thin week. Mihnkn Lkii.a Dooury, of Crab Orchard, nnd Nellie Pillion, of IjincaHter, have been visiting Mki.ltili.t Doulim. no. II. J'ltuwinr, mm of J. II. Prewitt, went up to llcll county yesterday, where he will pursue the btiincM of a book flaunt. Mn. Mm Wooii-o- n is acting as chief train dispatcher duriuc the hicknecM of Mr. J. li l'loretice and Mr. Joe S. Kite is tilling hU plHce. Mil. J. I'. Mflin linn (iniut to Itoiiiile-vl'tj- ., Hart county, to hit wife who in at her uiotliei'M, im well iih tliu Impound girl which in also there. KlUTOIt (illKKN DknIIAM, of Willilllllx- burir, ati.l .1. W. Hniwn, C. U. wjlliaiiih and Dr. A. (5. lovull, of Mt. Vernon, at temletl the funenil h'nudiiy. M. I. I It'ciiiKf, of the Linr.fter New?, wiih over to p.iy the last tribute of to the memory of Col. Swope. In their boyhood daya they met in many a hard fouuhtleh.iteat Ml. Xenia School-hous- f Sayings. A. T. Niinnelley shipped to Cincinof nati by the K. C. Saturday 2 hogs, for which he paid auaveragoof :M0 anil ono car of cattle that cost him from 1 to 2 cts. Tho celebrated California trotting horse, lLiy Hose, record 2:20, third heat, by the great Sultan; dam by tho Moor, Tiik case of John Kdmiston against J. has lieen commissioned to L. M. Lasley, llrrciiKit Knivks, meat-cutterlard W. James for services as clerk, on trial of Stanford, to sell. cans ami sausage slnHcrs at T. when we went to press last issue, resultW. S. and Nat L. Vanarsdale sold to ed in a verdict of $.TJ8.0:t for the plaintifl". C. II. Witt, of Tennessee, 27 yearling A mkktimi of the bar will be held to- It has already had one turn at the Court mules at f2,5'.l2; also sold ono span of day to pass suitable resolutions on the of Appeals. Mr. James claims that he to tho samo party at $221. dralli of Col. Swope. never hired Mr. Flmiston, though he Harrodsburg Democrat. admitted that he helped him around his At Danville 213 cattle were weighed I iiavk just received a new lot of Florstore for 11 year. by P. T. Gentry and Capt. Hob I)gan, ence Washing .Machinea in cupur and Bold them to John Judy, of galvanizetl iron. M. F. F.lkin. FlIOM TIIKSUKr'KIIKK HlMSKLK. A note who had Winchester. Of this number 101 head, from Uuv. J. M. ISruce intended for Inst Wp. endeavored to have a good cut of were bought of issue but not received till Friday, asks averaging 1,770 pounds, averaging l,72l Col. .Swope made for this imite, but it Mr. Gentry, ami 82 head, us to correct the many false rumors that from Capt. Logan. The price paid was failed to arrive yesteiday as promised. have been circulated about the injuries 4 cejits and tho cattle were sold a month Tiik Iloston Ideal .Minstrels gave fair lie sulfcrcd in the Noli 11 wreck. Says he: ago. Tho cattle brought tho snug sum Last. satisfaction here. The show is not near "1 received 0 slight cuts and bruises, all of 19.572.0o They were shipped Advocate. ho rotten as some of our exchange de- of which are about well now. My left clare. arm was broken about II inches below At Eureka Springs, Ark., Kev. John the shoulder. My arm is doing quite Mayhow, a Free Will Baptist minister, Nkw lot of jewelry, watches and silI night in the pulpit. verware just received. All silverware well think, but it will be several weeks fell dead Sunday Hardware" Co., before I can be assured there is no per Tho Lyons-Thom- as sold will be engraved at reasonable rates. manent injury. The railroad oillcials of Paris,' Texas, has madoan assignment. W. II. MeKoberts. ptomptly tillered to do everything in Liabilities amount to 100,000 and assets OvKiiuoAiri, oveicoats, oven-oats- , in their power for my comfort, but there are reported to foot up $1'J3,000. great variety and fioiu tho cheapest to lias Ik'cii no conference whatever as to Col. W. C. Faulkner, who was electthe highest priced at S. L. l'oweis & amount of damages and will not he un- ed to the Mississippi legislature that day, a man Co.'h. Call and see them. til am satisfied I know the extent of was shot to death at Uipley by who came near being e. WantbiiTiik Walton Hros. have booked a splendid attraction for Deo. I'll the cepounds. T. feedersfor I have lebrated Mcllibeiiy Family, the largest lot of musical family known, being composed sale. J. I. Hruce, Stanford. of HI persons. Tho gelding, Twilight, valued at was stolon from the Lexington Fair Fiia.nk Aiimstiio.no, who died at Lex- grounds. ington Friday, from the elPectaof a pistol Foil Sale. li! medium to extra shot in the mouth iullicted by a man inuleeolts. I). A. ami II. H. Colyar, of V. Kichmond, Ky. named Sullivan, was a II. Watson, of this place. .Sullivan is in Ontario beat the jumping record at jail. tho Horse Show at Chicago by covering ... F.noink 108, pulliii)! a freight tiain, 0 feet, 10J inches. Win. Arnold sold to Ihman Hros. ran into a slidu on the Cumberland Valcattle ley Hr.inch and turned over down an for export IK) head of at 4 J. Kichmond Kegister. embankment. Neither the engineer nor The Hreckinridge News estimates tlrcmait was hurt and no other damage the apple crop has brought the people of was done. its county $l"j0,000 this season. Si.cii'LAiti.Y enough the grand jury Kchora, by Echo, the failed to indict Milton Kates for cutting brood mare, was sold at Chicago to J. I. for $4(1,- John Warren so severely, but indicted Case, the owner of Warren for carrying concealed weapons. 100. The Anderson News says T. II. Hipy Nothing was found against Mr. S. A. bought 215 head of 2 and Middletou cither. Hue county cattle at 2 to 2J delivered Tut: widespread interest in the atl'air at his distillery. is shown in the fact that the New York Sunol, Senator Stanford's filly, trotpaerH telegraphed the editor of this pa- ted a mile at San Francisco, Saturday, per for specials regarding the funeral of without a break in 2:101, beating Axtell's Col. ."jwope. The tragedy has caused a recent performance 2 seconds. shudder of horror around the world. W. F. Abraham bought of Squire Young Maty bull calf, Jim Tau., the little negro who seems Murphy n tine which he intends for a present to his have been lmrn to hang, was given 0 Cross, of Tennessee. for lighting in friend, Woody d'tvs in the Mr. Grant Vivion sold toS. W. JohnMacksville Siindav night. He was givfarm of 10o acres for en several terms in jail at the late court son, of Garrard, his Mr. Johnson has removed to $4,500. and it is strange that he had not been this county with his family. Mercer arrested as he made no cllort to bide. IC-Kir-hard- hogs, to weigli about l.IJOO-poun- Ti t have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodatp the public. Uood Livery attached and every convenience Out-- me u call. FRANK RILEY. jj GERMAMWN YARN. 11 $,-00- 0, NOTICE earliest date. ;6-it SEVERANCE & SON. will Thoc having promt them claim against Mrs. Lucy J. Cook to mr, properly proven, at the J. V.COOK, Lancaster, Ky. aon-in-la- -If not told privatdy It lore, I will offer at public auction on T. l,8T0-poun- e square, my County court day, on the dcftiraulc home and lot of five acre on Danville M. C. SAUFLF.V, trcet, Stanford. Laramie City. Vv)0. court-hom;6-i- Monday, Dec. 2, 1889, It WMOft Dealer In- s FOR RENT. A couple of elegant room i on Lancatter Street, suitable tor cilice millinery or bed.rooms. W.G WI.I.CH. ji tf e, Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections', Tobaccos, &c. - t- - work-hous- e Dr. it. QOLDSTEIN, the noted optician, announces that he will be at the I'crtman Hnue, Stanford, Tuesday and Wednesday, nth and 13th, to serve thoe who tailed tn see him during hit re. cent visit 11 there it anyihini; the matter with your eyes you had better consult with him. BLUE-GRASS ,1 News says that J. K. Carson, of Crab Orchard, will start a dairy there in a short time nnd will open CITY AND VICINITY. with 'Si of his finest, pure-breJerseys. Vkky fine candies at T. II. Walton's. Mr. Carson now sells from fi.lXH) to 0,000 NKwIotof jewelry and watches just pounds of butter to New York parties yearly at a contract price of 40 cents. received. W. It. McUoberts. Tin: Middlcsboro car-loa- NURSERIES d stock invited Description catalogue with alua. ble suggestions on application. it t. iiii.i,r..N.Mr.v r.n, t Lexington, Ky. A full stock uf Fruit nnd Ornamental Trre, Grape Vines, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, and everything for the orchard and garden. We employ no agents but sell direct at low prices to the planter. I'rrsonal lnpecti'n of our immer.se A SOME SEASONABLE GOODS: &' -- I Met-calf'- s. A WARNING. We will prosecute to the full extent of the law every person found on our lands wun gun anu I. C, LYNN dog or net. Sin AL1CK TUCKER, t 68 Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, Hominy, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, -- FOU SALE. My Now House on Main FOR- Coal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. St., 5- - Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr. W. II. Higgins, Stanford, or to me at Danville. Ky. LOTTIE N HOLMES. 3 -- & 7-B- XJ. BARRELS FRESH SAX.T. Prices Always Reasonable. SALE AT A SACRIFICE I will sell the hvtue known as the Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, For ONE THOUSAND OOM.AKS c.ilt. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. T. R. WALTON. The Cottage opposite the Railway Depot, Formerly BCCiinlPil bv II. 1.. Miller, at Hie inmc )LI.AHb pi .ice for KltiHT HU.NDKI.I) cos li. t 1 Kuihkv has sold his remit me in ton nnd a small house and lot in How land to.!. F. aul 11. li. Hover W. F. 11 injury." named Thurmond, lynched. OUR. Smnp can bcien by appl)itiK CHURCH .Mr. A. C. .Sine AFFAIRS. will bo iiictalled an will build a brick hotive on his Lady"! thought I loU y'U i elder of the 1'resliyteiian church next place near the Htistniivlllu toll gate. wanton e nclo.l potatoes for dluiioc." Sunday morning. Th 3 hmtl"! whs bu.v, mum. A iiousk belonging to lieorgu Whit" Hev. K. U. Uucrrant closed n week's llridtfet nnd I'm no 4,'rooin " -- Lowell Ctttten. ley, which he valued at flOO, stepped on meeting ul the Spnnglicld Church, in Wo.-1- . WhUUers '(Iho tramp) the handle of a pitch fork, which tlueu .Madison, with .'17 additions. Hegister. t frUlitenod. nudum, I mn n "Don't the sharp prongs up and drove them in--Tho W. C. T. U. at Chicago raised itioinbor of tl"o o Society, to his body, killing him. Cdn over the fact that nil' I jint fill titer seo If yet" didn't Morton is tunning a bar-rooat Wash- want tee hhv a in in to oat up what The Opora House managers have turnvittlo- - yet- - h.tve loft ovoi" I'uclc. ington. ed till' two goodshows tiiis week to preTho .Maylleld Monitor says that Kev. Lawyer "Do vou understand the vent our people from getting more of a A. P. Cobb's meeting there lesulted in nature of mi oatli, madam?" Witness surfeit of amusements in that line, as 112 -- Woll. 1 should a.iy I did. My conversions tho first week and was the recent small audiences would indihusband too.; oil thu ouroons yesterstill progressing with growing interest. cate. is putting1 up tao stovepipe to. Talmage's new church will have "a day, andN. Y ' Sim. day." John 11. Cu.uo Son, with Wanaiim-kcr&lirown- , baptistry to please the Ilaptists," "crossTwo Irish a rviiutrt woro qu irrol-liiPhiladelphia, and Drown- es to please Catholics," "a liturgy to 'Suiv." said tho tho other day. ing, King i Co., New York, oiler to the pleace 1'piscopalians" anil sermons to ono, "an' didn't Oi houuyor nmshthor tratle 1,000 foreign ami American fabricn please Presbyterians. comin' In afthor lmlf:iaslit four nv thu for men's winter suits, overcoats and A lively election for elders was held noight!" "An' shtiru," retorted tho I rouse i h. Satisfaction guaranteed. nt the Second Presbyterian church, Dan- othor, "an' dld.i'tOihearyor mashthor ville. .Sunday, when Prof. J. II. Walton not eoinln' homo at nil lasht uoijjht!" Vn aie leliably inlormed that W. II. was elected on tho first ballot by a very Kpoch. .Miller, Esq., will he a candidate for delecomplimentary vote. Thu others elected Mis Prlt-tl- o A Gem to bo Shunnol gate to the Constitutional Convention, if are Messrs. . P. Jacobs, George W. "Clrutulma, Mr. Pattois is going out) Ik called. Mr. .Miller Iiuh made conto give mo an elogant ring sot with n Welsh nnd W. K. Argo. stitutional law a Mudy ami is fully ciijhi- (ii'inulmu (horrlllcd) carbuncle," The meeting at thu Baptist chinch bloto fill the imioitant duties that will "Vou mustn't tnlco It. child! Don't has broadened into a union revival now dovolvo on a delouto. touch It! Your grand pap's jiielo Joo n d sorvicesaro held thereat 10 a. m. and , had one o' thorn earhunoles, nu' died Nona:. S. C. Pollard, reprcHentlpg at the Preshyterion church at night. Sec with it inside o' throo woelfs." .JeweHedge Co., Is hero in tho turiau dlll'orenccH are for the time lost ler's Weekly. tho Bluo-Gras- s intercHt of his company and has made Bight of in tho general and earnest desiro Sweet (Jli'l "Oh, tills is so sudtho cemetery direct oi a u libeial proposi- tosavo souls. Uov.J. W. Lynchcontinues den. You must give mo tlmo to rolloet tion foencloM" it with a beautiful hedge. to expound in an eloquent manner tho - a wool; at Last." Fond Lovor "CerWhen once grown there in no wearing blessed truths of tho Bible, and does tainly. Kven If you sliould aeeopt totint or bn .iking down and it would ulso most of tho preaching, though Ilevs. night It would take about, iv week to bo tho cheapest way to enciiclo it. Tho Hunt and Helm have relioved him sev- tfi't an LiigaeniHiit rimy made." Sweot Lancaster cemetry lias contracted with eral times. There have been 17 addi- tllrl "Urn parliapt you'd bettor tnlco this llrmand no doubt it would he good tions and 11 baptisms to date and the the measure ofWe-'-i- my linger now, lieoi-tft'.N Y. meeting will continue all week. idea for ours to do likewise. for".',-KKiiin- d FULL OF FUN. Crab Orchard. toMr. W. .1 1 V Km-neJ- No. 30 Stutc Street, New York J. OrrKNHKlMKU, Celebrated Buell Boots ' MDimiTr Haing dcro" '! i 1 M a lr im '" . Have arrived; single and ! Rubber-Line- d i rented ms (arm tnStanfor.l and Shelby! Antl-Wii"t- ?,Mih1ou"r.Mri.mVSXr h'illh.'btd. Vice-Presid- ent Wednesday, Nov. 20, fr To.wit: The handsome 3. year old kaddlc stallion, '".Mix." mn lellow is a dark brown with black rm. no while at all. is h anus 3 inches lujjh, has lire walk, rack and canlcr and a iriiod called fellow In harness; Mi.iK...i ..n.i vmirimu Onei'xtra fancy harness marc wi. Cctdlnit woman'i horse J t fancy yearling ad. .lie Mare out of the dam (if Mix. bv Second lew eli weanling out of same dam by Ed era do WllkcKj aUo a lot of llrnod Mares safe in foal to jack and ono to a standard nnd rruincred hone: Ilnfers, Ore palrot work Mules, 5 Milk Cows and CnUcs, 1 oil' grain and hiv: plain cmd box toe in child's. '89, boys' and men's sizes. Mcjvt s fine shoes i)i standard screw, machine sewed 7 71 T 1 high Buell Button Boots; )UUll. Wlrf. l)f).V toe III lllj) ald Brogan Cal'. Vamps, Boots in split, BOIJS' CXirO, only iitcd about ,1 months, good set of llarneo, Ko.id Cart, Wagons, I'luwi, Harness, lllniler, Drill, and a I tho Furininp Utensils, nlwi 100 barrels of Corn, lot of shelled Oats, II flacks of Hay, Fodder, iic. Terms tbcral and made known on day of sale The sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock. I Hull, I new llncy, Ladies' fine hid and goat Shoes in machine sewed and hand turned. Gum Boots, Arctics and sandals in children' s, Missed, women and men's sizes. BRUCE & McROBERTS. " Stanford, Ky. ' At the lame, place and terms I will sell all my personal property, comistini; of 3 llrood Mures, combined fielding, work foal to Jack, safe out ninre aiuic, 11 snoais, 30 1.11 lloise, Hog, 3 milk Cows rnd Calvct.,1 new lliijjcy j.hsrse Wayon and Hiirncsi, I'lows nnd I'low KUI'T SPKC'II'IC cures all blood distutcs, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ul. erated Throa t (Jear, Jf busiiejs Wheat, and if not sold privately White Swelling, Ssvhilitic diseaes ill all its slaves. Necrosis, Ac. Price $1 per bottle. will sell atout aso barrels ol Corn. HAVIS' I HON HIT I KKS Is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyipepsla j.T. HOCKKK. It kUcs a keen appetite, enriches the hlcod, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the per bottle. und nervous syniciil. Price (JATT.IKF'S WORM SVRUlis inadfl of the btst worm killers and expelleri knowt to the" uied-ic- al profession and therefore recommend itself. It is pleasant to take, safe' nnd reliable, Pri'015 pi r bottle. Liver Co nplainis, Impaired OATUKK'S MAONI'.TIC Sick Headache, RV FARM or AI'llUIl ANI DA IKansas, within 160 Acres Vr. Acta as cathartic 1'rn e PILLS lor allbor. 1 cent per aj miles in Leavenworth county. Manufactured and lor sale In the trauu by ll.e of KaniasCity, Mo. All lenced; 3. room dwelling barn and smoke house, 10 acres cf fine bearauJ 0,,"'r ing apple orchard, a acres of small fruit, niauiiiticeittls watered ny neer iaii- thickly settled and church- ing sprinits. Coin-tres schools and railroad near. Land adjoining and no better heldat $40 to $50 per acre 'I here is a fortune in this for an industrious man. Price Jjoperacreou easy terms. Address 111 1 1 1 The Great Remedies! 1 1 1 il mii-cl- il ?. For Sale at a Sacrifice. ("P" WHJJAMSIIUHG mZVG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College ' " Rm4V.I.rf ij't . tajKQ-nmjwKtof- if utl A 1. 'm MW. . ' n ' l. ,,ftjlji ' juAis&tiS!i!&Hibt z '11 v.t&&8!L . 11 ' . jLt.i ' m&iik8iU&iAii(i&&.2 y. f. I J ' r.,-fti- ',1 .ii wriiVi '"' UMlilJKBllsll kJiXJiiJl., t,Jt'J . j.. .n r ,. .,...; ,u.',iJjv.',JrVw--4- .ju. i "tmim" i.Mm .iii umii tmf-i- Mummy -- mmiwn wiliMl m Wwfmiwi ' Ai hHmw wmrpmmuOmm iirr-- r rs.yTr'i,nrr9 ,,,,?fwTti'.rv" " "- - ;Mrwrv,trjrriexf- - nfc Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal and Friday PubHBhod Kvepy Tuoudiy LIST DP CIflI)SX ST ATK OF KENTUCKY. COUNTY OF LINCOLN, S -- pick viCA.it. inWhen not to paid - .A.PVA..srcic will be charged." Stt al- $3.00 The foll'ivlng i a list of the clalmi that were lowed at the October Court of Claims 1889 Continued from last Issue, r.ivpns.O. C. (lover, J. F. tioode.Thomat Hooch D. I). Hooch, S. H. M a K.C. Train at 4:50 p. m. lenvr--s LOCAL TIME CARD. Rowland at 7.00 a. in., returning days hauling 5 00 3 ' 3 75 3 50 1 L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. i " J6 Mail tram going North South 31pm Express train " South 57 P ' " " North 630 a. in Loral Freight North 3 55P n South. The latter trains also carry passenger!. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time it about an minutes fatter Creen.J. D. Jr ...n 31pm (in fli n, 'J a met ", 1 " 00 37n Conch, II. judge of election 7 SO a 00 3 "J a 00 a on a 80 3 00 a 50 6 15 4 Dumplirvgj I ' Gooch, J no sheriff clerk Givent, K. II. " Oivcns, James V. judge " sheriff Goodc.J. P. a days' hauling Holtzclaw, Hen 1 ' Holliclavv, W. It. Mill, J. C. Hutchison Ar Chadvvick mdse account scraping day's hauling miking cotlin McCormacl, Samuel Martin, Sol 3 days' hauling ion loads of rock Martin, Alary aj da)s hauling Murphy John " McNeill, Denny A. 3 house for election Mullins, Dr. K. II day's hauling Meixe, Henry, making Collins Same hauling Moore, J J 3 4 Moore, I) K. ' M Manuel, F. " Mc Kinney, Mrs.R. II. 3 ' Moore James F. j McCormaek, Joseph 3 judge of election Mattlngly, R.T. " Morgan, M. It. aheriff " Mosier, F 1'. " " McRobcrtsJohn.M. " " McClary, V. P. Moore, S. P. t 1 McMullen, II S. Mullen, E. II, McNeil I). A. Martin, J, O. Morgan, Mack l day's plowing 3 a dart' hauling l3 7,5o 14 " 00 joo 3 00 a jo 1 jo 7 50 10 00 6j 7 4 5" 00 5" 3 00 7 50 ll' lo 00 I '3 7 50 II jo JOO a 00 a 00 3 a a a I 7 00 Same Waldin, W. V. days hauling 3 00 Judge election 00 j" days' hauling It it Cundldiite for Superintendent nf Public Same Vandevccr I). W. merchandise account 77 Schools nf Lincoln county, I'.lectlon August, 1I90. Vauglit Sam aj days' work rejected rock for county load Vauoy, C. a 40 HI. Varnon, Thos V. salary a cjiu.ty judijc 800 00 Is n Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, clerk nf cleillon a 00 Wine, (S. G. subject In the actum of the Democratic party " Same a no Klec.iou August, Imiiliiig , Walden, W. II, 3 75 Wilburn V Patten liimlitr ;6S O. DAVIS, Wllliamt J. A. medicil account 1, 5 3o Wells K. s day s hauling 3 00 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Wells II. I.. j days' scraping j 00 Wurrvu M1I1111I 2 k di liJiillnc 6 JJ M'V. VIUv.VON, U Wright. John 1 jo Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Whnt, C. 10 00 4 Special attention given lo ditesses ol children mcrckundiM' aecount Walton. T. K. in mi 7.lf. WeinU Josrph y days' haiilln it 40 ' ' Welliman Joseph a J 00 Wvatherford - Cuuk mdse account 3 3 HARRY A. Thompson, W. N. Underwood, Patterson a I MISS KATE HOGLE 6j sarfsiss I F. Itrinklcy tS. 1 .!.' 1 fC'rH't COWPAMY' a. I fM X 1 1! v. JmMMMAf 1 li', .V- 1 J i wm j ni dtQ.eir HHl.MiVniTJll U ) LEXINGTON, I daj's plowing a jo Sunn diy's hauling Merchandise account a a jo Young, W. W 3 00 day's plewing a days' hauling Holmes, George , a days' hauling Fire Insurance Co. 5 00 Pennsylvania a d.iji' hauliiK 3 00 Voung, It. P. II ggins, J, F. Wi liam prosecuting, &c 30 00 medical account 13 00 " 50 Zeller, II. F. Hays, J. C. lumber torcounty road 10 30 Newland, A. C. i Lightning clauses attiched and damages paid lYery, fee bill' eci and Sale Stable House, Thomas 7190 NewUnd, Thomas 7 30 3 days' hauling w,Ji Clj whether (ire ensues vr nnt II IIKl't'K, Agent. 7 50 " 17 Hutchison, J. W. tiFO Nunnelley, L. II. 3 days' hauling 7 5 3 a days' work rejected SI'aTEOI' KHNTUCKV, Hunn, Dr. W'm medical account rejected No'and, P. H. COUNlY OF LINCOLN. set. o 00 8 days' hauling making coiTins Si 00 Nance C. W. Mick dessert is more delicious, wholesome Huffman, David No I, George II. Cooper, Clerk of the Lincoln Conn 00 15 Same lumber 0 00 and appetizing than a well. made dumpling, Hntcher, a 5 00 ly Court, do certify that the foirgoing is a true merchandise account 74 30 Nunnelley, L. 11. filled with the fruit of the season. By the Holdaiu J. F. " a Hill X McRoberti prosecuting by order of 5 00 list ot the claims at the October term term, iSV;, Nunnelley K. C. use of the Royal Baking Powder the crust is - ij 00 Newland, A. C. j jo (rum the records of my olhce. court lumber always rendered light, flaky, tender and di Witness my hand as Clerk ol said Court this a 00 I 14 00 O'llannon. Dr. W. II. clerk of election restible. Dumplings made with it, baked or Hammonds, J A. merchandise account medical account 3 5 atth day of October, iSj. boiled, will be dainty and wholesome, and may Hiatt, T. J. adm'r keeping Kirkpatrick, Ac 75 00 Same 31 j Fourth Avenue, (i. II. COOPF.K. CPk it a days' hauling be eaten steaming not with perfect impunity. Hayden, A.J. 5 00 Same 9 00 W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. - a jo Owsley, J. S. " I on t viewer on read RtCEirr. One quart of flour; thoroughly mix with Iloluclaw, John LONDON, KY , it three teaspoons of Royal Raking Powder and a small Helm, John T. 4 10 00 Oaks, Josiah " making cotlin 3 00 Confidence Begot of Success. Oood turnouts and laddie tiorset always lor hire teaspoon of salt j rub in a piece of butter or lard the Hickman, Monroe a jo 1 day's plowing V. It. 5 la jo Orr. on reasonable terms, London Is the most conven i al C. A. BENEDICT & CO., So successful hat Dr. Pierce', lioldcu size of an egg, and then add one large potato, grated in ' a lent ttnt on the railroad lo rraeh placet In the 4 5J the flour; after the butter is well mixed, stir in milk and Holtzclaw, Alex j 00 Owsley, James making colfin Discovery proved In curing chronic nasal calaith, knead to the consistency of soft biscuit dough; break Hock, Kdmond $1 t&JOO 10 days' work rejected jailer's lee Owens, S. M, Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, in Iht mountain s lion of ihr Fiale bronchial and throat diseases that its manufactuoff pieces of dough large enough to dose over four Horton, A. a 00 lumber judge election Padgett, G. A 4 14 T. quarters of an apple (or other fruit as desired) without rers now tell it through druggists under a positive "TAN FORD. KY 8 75 viewer on road Prcwitt, James II. days hauling 4 00 rolling, and lay in an earthen dish (or steamer) and Hiatt, J. H. benefiting or curing In every case of steam until the fruit is tender. Bake if preferred. 1 day s hauling House, Taylor Patlon, 11. 6jj guarantee (airits or money paid for it will be SO trial if given a Wrllt drilled to order and Pump' lurnithnl prosecuting K. II. 10 00 Paxton.J. II. In all receipts calling for cream of tartar Hester, Henry 4 30 Consumption which is scrofula of the factory pricet. " a and soda, substitute Royal Baking Powder. Hubble Tuck Mullins & Co. 23 00 5 00 lungs) i( taken in time it also cured by this won E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Less trouble, never fails, makes more appe- Holmes. T M. " 1 drug account 3 00 Penny, A. U. nj 10 derlul mcdiciiiv. tizing and wholesome food and is more eco Hunt.S. M. days' hauling 3 O-- Phlllpj, 1. S. 625 For constipation or the sick headache use Dr. nomical. Royal Baking Powder is specially Higgins,V.M. 10 00 Philips, I. M. 5 do-t- . Nn Hotel In Kentucky has a liiier reputation, made for use in the preparation of the finest Mocker, S G, j merchandise account II. Fi co Pierce', Pellets; purelyjege.able. On,, a a days' plowing 10 4 jJJ JjJJJ Powell. jjyg 3 and lis prnpneior Is determine lht and most delicate cookery. Hutchison, J as days' hauling 3 medical account 7 5" I'ettus.J. D. 23 co shall be nuinlalned. n A Xi'braska juoticu liux KY " Hester, Henry t STANFOHD. J jo 12 00 Same ilinliri-lL- i 1 a jo nil Huffman. Win oil Same 7 30 iiiiin iiii'IihihI of . ., ., . , SI'KCIAL AT1KNTI0N to COMMKItCIAL . He has recently adJed to Its a poinlments R. C. D. D. S. Hill, W. D. Pettus & Zeller 7 50 3 3300 a rnmy .Uy on inu Kruui... i.i.u uc m ivu , Morses anu mules bought ami said. Hill J. M. 3 I day's hauling S 03 Parish Pate 50 11 self tlfli'iise. vehl les used in livery. Only horses.ind a medical account $ 00 Peyton, Dr. J. F. Hill.T.J. DENTIST. IS 5" AIo agent for (he Alio Uplines Mrs, Sue, keeper $1 018 oj Privett, II C. 3 days' work rejected Office on Mam street, opposite I'ortman House, Buc klen's Arnica Salve 1 days' hauling AFIrst-CIao- s 10 on up Mails. Nitrous Oxide Oat given for painless Hayden, Charles 3 75 Peyton, E. D. 4 days' hauling WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- The best salve in the world fur cuts, bruises, extracting. a " Holmes, J no W. 3 00 Pleasants, G.A. K 175 To aerominoila e the demands of hit incieased STANFORD, KENTUCKY. sores, ulcers, silt rheum, fever toret, teller, chap- -j HutTman, J. M. a jo Pence. W. II waiting ou and nurtng K. " i iransirnl pilmnac. Ilcst lurnoult furnished .... I. tl II.;.. I .11 .11- 1. 11 . m I t "h TVTP Comments! I raseiers and others Morton, Wm half day's work rejected 11 00 peu nanus, ciiliuiains, coins aim uu iwn crui" Nichols r ' ' ' J . ttontand positively cures piles, or no pay reijuir C. It, hauling o 00 Harris, Plurumcr, Zcph 24 days' hauling 4 days' Howard, Montgomery J " 3 SO ed. It 11 guaranteed lo give perlecl satisfaction, i 3 uo Pleasants, II. A. 350 feet of lumber rilAlt HHfMlAIJH k'V Price 1$ cents per bos. or money refunded. I uo Holtzclaw W. K lumber siewcr on co toad aaj Perkins, William A K. Penny, Suntnrd, K. For sale by Dealer In I 00 I House, Thomas ! day's hauling Pence, A. M. 5 DENTIST. " Hays, Isaac a 50 i'cj ton, Kd 10 00 l 4 days' hauling Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps LOUISVILLE, KL1NTUOKY. Otfice South side Mnin street, in office recently Hunn, Ed " a jo Worth Knowing. 8 ao 00 Philips, J. M.' vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, llaidwarc, Queens-war"' " Same Mr, W, II. Morgan, mercoant, IiVe City, Fla 6 3 73 IJ 00 Parish, Pate Tinware, r urnitiirc and a " Hill, Thomas a days' work rejected a was taken with a severe Cold, mended with a dis. j 00 Perkins, J. II. THE LARGEST AND FINEST Lino 11 30 trcssing Cough and running into Consumption in Hill, Uailey 3 days' hauling 3 75 Perkins G. F. tf li). Huffman, 1'iul M He tried many so called popular 5 Padgett, T.J 300 Its first slaves. Fancy Candies, Crosi Tics, Ac. HOTEL IN THE OITY. S 00 Pluminer, Zeph makiug 00 flint la 30 couL'b remedies and steadily jte worse. Was Alt kinds of Prosluce taken in etchan je for goods rioldam.J. I. Attorney at Law, Helm, John T. 5 reduced in flesh, had difficulty in breathing and lu no Pluaimer. James 4 days' hauling a 00 was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Stanford, Kentucky. Hunt, James C 15 judge of election Reynolds, M. T. a 00 Discosery for Consumption and found immediate, M. 1)., RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD" " a jo Rose, James T. Hays, W. I. D clerk Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin " 1 00 relief, and after using about a half dnren bottles r a jo Robinson' Thomas J. sheriff " Hill.T.J. ING TO ROOMS. ng counties and In the courts of appeal. STANFORD. ICY. " lOificeorpr McRobertt & Stagg's drug store. " clerk 1 Rose, J. T. 00 found himself wetland has hail no rrturn ef the 2 jo Hill.J. M. 'k day's hauling II. F. Rigney, Frank a 00 flaydeu, sheriff of election "5 disease. No other remedy can show so grand a Office on Lancaster Street, opposite i " 3 jo record of cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for TURKISH .V RUSSIAN HA THS IN HOTEL, a 8a Kaney, J. F. itiinti, A Havinc removed to this place Irom Lthertr. to as ri Consumption. (luuanteed to do just what it practice his prelession, calls the attention nf the hauling a jo Held, Korestus I day's hauling ! Helm.S.C claimed lor it Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's pub lie to the fact that he !l be ready at alt hours 7 J a 00 Russell, J. II. Hansford, W. O judge of election 3 days' hauling Drui; Stor1 day or night to ansurr csllsin town or country, I ij days' svorx rejected a jo Russell, John Keohlcr, John day's hauling Thirty years ofhlt lite eie spent in Stanford and S 00 tvr. C. A. plowing 2 days' hauling Keohn, Antoni todays' ne ore ins it unnecessar) lo speak 01 hitatnllty at 3 75 Redd, Electric Bitters. Hat bought the right tn sell the Kureka Quilting Koehler, John ' a physician and surgeon A share of the) patron. F a jo R'gney. day's hauling 5 co Attachment in Lincoln, Garrard and ltoyle counThis rcmcdyit becoming so well known and to age ol the people of stanfoid and vie mty is asked " J 30 Rout, Dodd 7 30 3 ties. It works equally well on all makes of sewing K ikpatrick, David by him. A lAIHPl " h machines; u ill do tpn times till woik in a day of James J. W. 8a Reynolds, Henry H 3 73 popular at tn need no special mention. All who merchandise account 4 s. sLiXJ""' III 1'lUll.ln.l,.. i"iimi MaswjJIij). S any other manner r q ulting; has e used Klcctrlc Hitters sing the same song nf fjctitisonc of Johnson, Willi Ueydolds, Rice 7 So a days' hauling 3 5 ,gritttrft iMior savers rver c fcreii to the female Johnson, Lucien . . . medical account ' a 50 Rcid, Hugh 30 00 praise. A purer medicine does not enst and it is . sex. He will call to ceyu in a few days. 77 6 aS guaranteed to do all ihtt is claimed. lilcctric If Q fl QPlTnill 2 days' hauling Reid, John " 3 jo Junes, L. " UUtlLT Ul LI. I . Hitters will :urc nil diseases of the Liver and Kid 2 S 00 Jones, John making coffins 5 00 Reynolds, John both 100 feet lumber 00 neys, will rcmos Pimples, lltiilt, Salt Itheum and a jo Rains John M. day's hauling James John -siewer on roid 00 other affections caused by impure blood Will S Johnson, J M fee bill 00 Reynolds, A. C. 33 LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI HAMS 00 drive Malaria from the ssstcm and prevent as Jones, C. M. l'f day's hauling 3 75 Reynolds, Clark Dai'y. Fevers 1'or ucurc ( THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE res lu Travelers, j days' hauling 3 00 well as cure all Malarial Richard, Filbert t James, J. W. merchandise nccouut US 69 f-zyii" a 00 Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try lilrc-tri- c Roberts, J. T. " James (5. V. ex'ors 5 jo 10 Fr n Hitters Kntue satisfaction ifaurautccd or 5 001 money Johnson, W. D sheriff election 3 ao Root, A. D. . CENTRAL KENTUCKY refunded. Price 30c and l per bottle 3 days' work rejected a co Rice, Josh Jonu.on, J. L clerk election A It I'ennVa drug store. F.scr atten usM tecn the great commercial 2 5 day's hanlitig James, J. W. asigned by J. I). Pcttut 100 110 Reynolds, J. F 17 fl cUFriri" lilies on the Obm River and Chirgo, and hence Reynolds N. C. i day siewcr road rejected Dr. A, the rastest lime and most comfortable trains be. medical account Jackson, 3 00 DRUNKENNESS-TU- B LIQUOR HAB tween all poll Is In ihe rsooth, or to the West and ' 7 ;o 3 days' hauling Lewis, Dr. Thcs I!. UOOJ Rice, Joshua IT-- In all tho World thoro in but ono aoithwetl. llieiMiilrrt.artof this train on alt " 7 50 Russell, Martin ?ame " 3 trunk lines lis denrtrnlnated The Limited Kspress. euro, Dr. Hulnod' Goltlon Hpoclllc. " I he superb ru4lm I.acVey, William 7 JO 3 no. k we employ gives patrons 3 75 Robinson James lii days' hauling It can be given in a cup of lea or colfe'e without KAST LINE HETWEEN L nlimited I omluic a 3" " Lovcll, C. W. 3 75 Redd, C A. the knowledge of thu person taking il, effecting a ft,rA' " CoiM.n Ticket Otfices in the South " 3 30 Long, O. & CINCINNATI. )oh ill fins' our lime il.rs ami ilrkels. Say j 00 Simpson Alfred speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient LEXINGTON n, lr TAKEN OURVHQ CHfcNGt QV Uvt Ling, J. StucUcr, X. 3 JO WiUi.im hauling 3 00 gel Mosmn nd sIkL lo Monon, il you want Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. to save money snd have i ulelsaul Joilinev, " SCIIKDULF. IN KFFKCTMAV. it. iWs. 3 5.00 Truiusands of drunkards have been cured who 5 5o hpeiKlc Jacob TO" WO M AN "WUDFREB Lunceford, Hen buildinga culverts, Arc K LMtCORMlCK, J300K Logan, Willi. im 3 da) a' scraping 3 00 have taken the Golden Specific days' hauling J 00 Singleton, W. M. No 1. t,envral PasMnrer Agent, Chicago So. 4. I No in tlieir colfce BRADFIELDREGUIATQRCD. fiTLANUGA. Sampson, C H. Cilv luitel AKlsand OlTc"v dlys' hanling La Sun. 3 73. Mllbout llnir knowledge, auu Lumston, J.G. X they 6ij loiQBrtu DHvesisn. I'.x Sun. Daily " t i un a 30 tjuit urliiking 01 tlieir own lieu win, ;vo !mrniiii- preaching and school books aj 65 Samjison, N W ' ' "".. .., S 10 a m 8 co '' 8 73 et'ect results Irom us administration. Cures guar1 KlllllrNCK UiMne si, I Inciniiatl, O Spoonamore, A. R. jK Long, Drown 3 days' hauling 7 30 for anlced. Send ,.i-.- .. circular and full particulars. Ad. J've Covineton..., 8 ao am1 8 oy p inii J 45 I'm. P m p in .. ....',.... .. .1. a " l.ind, William III l.WIIIl4kll V UVI II..1 ill.Virih UllKt Son Smith, T. hauling 011 co. road relectosj 08 p n, .'., IVJ I.se falmouth..... 9 a m, u 17 p m Lve merchandise nccouut Shaikt, S. H. 3 S It.ini!stret. Cincnimitl.O. m drug account Leuich Zeller 8 8 ' lo ArrParit. ... il oo p in id ij p m S 40 p rr, " 11 0 Severance & Sou n 11 00 p in tjoji I) scraping I 00 Liy, Jackton Hie total i'oiiimku of thu I . S. idiiiIh . ve lumber S m Sine& Mcnetce 1135 II 30 a Luce, II. J. 3 days' hauling 7 jo o an p m M, Arr Winchester.. ii 5 p m i)i days' 1,hauling 875 for thu piist year was StiO.lKtf.tM). San e 3 jo Snow, J nines 7 30 p m yy p m M Arr Richmond.... i Smith, J. D. S?5 Livingston, J. G. 3 7 jo It is uHtluiaU'tl tliut Ainurii'Uii tour-i-t- s Arr Lancaster.... 4 vo p m " a 4 50 p m Lynn, John G. 500 clerk election 3 00 Starner, John A. hnve Hpeiit 570,000,000 fn Ktiropi'tlils Arr Stanford 6 2 Frank N N. A- Al V Lo, K. D S p in Luce, H.. Lve RfcTimond ... 3 00 Shoffstoll p in ' year. 1 s 1 3 o Spoonamore, C. M Arr llcrea. Ltupct.Sam day's hauling 3 jo Only ono Night out to Now York. Lexington,... 5 30 P in Arr " a Spoonamore, K. h. 3 i '' 1 Mjers, Heur) 3 JO " Bogg'a Cherry Cough Syrup 7 SO 3 Moore, Green medical account Solid 12 OO Shelby, Isaac No, No. 3, tttibuled Trains in 'o. 5. " a 3 00 Shelby, John W. It giving splendid satisfaction to thu tiode and O g Murphy, Mason hull day's work rejected " a 30 thu sales are positively marvelous, uhiih can be to Smith, John O. McCurty, W. L. 7 days' plowing 17 JO Lve Livingston... S on ' building stone wall Smith A' Logan 23 00 accounted (or in no other way except that it is I.se llcrea. 10 3$ " . Mkrtiu. Ceo M. itf 3 75 n land taken for oe, ro.td 9700 without doubt the best on the market. Ask for Arr Richmond.. .Murphy, Joht. "45. 3 days' hauling lumber 10 60 Scott, Charles no.eciitinnctionifor Hoston and all prints Fast I DO and be sure you get the gciiuiuu. We keep it. A. Lve Stanford 7 00 a m chain carrier Mai tin, Tal 4 days' hauling 0 ou Spratt, William S. mid Southeast. Lve Lancaster ... 7 4l a m R. Penny, DriiKgist David land taken for co, road, passed. Scott, M .rtin, A. C. 5 Richmond. ') 45 a in ' Arr KFFKCT1VF. OCT. 1, i&V M.rlin, John 3 ;o Sudduth, Mrs. Maliuda land taken lor coun Lve Richmond, . a 40 p in 6 10 a in, "What A Fortuno ty road 33 35 Arr Winchester.. 3 to p m 7 IJ a m Muriiu, William rra7tMail I.TnTVcT Arc"i J 00 A l a in day's hauling 3 50 4 10 p m 7 4 EASTWARD. Bsl&sW'i Sheared, John C3 eDaily Kxprewt Daily Is a good healthy, pearly skin. Fiew nn1 aware " Hi 1 Middletoii, S. A. . ii. Kx Sun 3 4S I' 'n 7 mi a in 3 45 p in 3 7 Jo of the short time it takes for a disordered livtr to Lve LcxiuKtnu . " S S BhvmM JUlb: Kx Su 3K 8 75 Sung, Mattin, John 8 S3 4 35 p m, 4 35 P "' Lve Slnnfnrd " 10 00 cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. Lve Paris 3 37 nin 13 31 n . 1) JU Stone, Willie 5 13 3, n n Martin, George p m Lve Falmouth... 5 V P in, 0 13 a in 07 " Lexington 11 4 am 6 10 pm, j j0 10 00 One bottle of HKOCS" IILOOD 4 PURIFIER and Arr Covington, . 5 33 p in lu 35 a in 7 30 p m Martin, A. T. 4 10 00 Stone, Lee ' Winchester U 43 pin 7 00 pmi 6 40 pm m 6 45 p road m 45 a in 7 33P viewer on CO. C. II. 00 HLOOD MAKUR will restore Ibis organ lo its Arr Cincinnati . " K. U. JUUCIIOM.., Murphy, John 3 7 50 Sampson, " Alt. Sterling day's hauling 3 50 natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood I 37 pin T. 7 3" I'm McKmmiy, George S 7 50 Smith, 1 1 4" pm " Preston. ., 3 03 pin " a 30 of ull impurities, it is meeting with wonderful 1 On theMaysville llranch, No 0, leaves Paris at Scirgcnt, HukIi lumber 011 McCarty.W. L. " .Morehead 3 15 pm 8 3 j pm m, arriving at aV days' work rejected 9 38 pm Steele, Frank success, We guarantee every bottle. A. It. Pen- 800, am and No. il,111,at 543. 2- Olive Hill McKinney. J. II. 3 7 50 4 C5 pm --ri 3. s 40 pm Maysville at 1015, a and 810, p m, No. ic " Ashhnd. lumber 00 ny, Druggist. 6 pm Sudduth J. C. mdse account Metcalf At I'oster 37 pm 17 70 leaves Maysvillc at 3,15 a in, arriving at Pans at " Catlcttsliurg. ... 6 05 pm 10 jujim' an 10 passed lumber, No, J leaves Maysville at 110 nnd 7 4n,ain, lumber McMullen, (iicen -3 20 Scott Chirles " 6 50 pm a 30 in arrives at Paris st 4 05, p 111. These trains are Arr HiintiiiKtoii.. 3 00 A Good Cough Syrup. Stanford White Sulphur.. cs mmatmSM P Met alf, 'lhom.is merchandise account 12 30 Sampson, Roller Mill 3 Vi tlour Ac naily except Minuay. " Charlettsville days' hauling 6 33 Campbell 'there It nothing parents should bu so careful 10 50 ami .(leiicfee, J. N. liseryhill 4 75 No, 43 leaves Lexington am; arrives Paris " Washington 1. a 3 33 pm 500 about as selecting u cough syrup, liens' Cherry 1045 am; except Sunday 1003 2 days hauling Martin, William J 00 Sandnlge, Silat " Haltiinom " ' a 50 Cough Syrup costs no more than tho cheap nnd in J - pm No. 8 leaven Cincinnati J 13 pm; arrives I'almomh " Philadolphl a McGar, Pat o 13 pml 500 Stucklrr, Henry " New York 3 50 ferior no.truins thrown on tlui matket. Tho bests 730 pm: except Sunday. i " a jo Spillegcr, Adam adm'r Moore, David 9 n pm " No. 7ieaves Fnlinoutfi 600am; arrives " Richmond, Va.... " a 10 pm 3 -3 00 none too guod, be sure and git ill'.OOS' ClIURIt V except Sunday Moore, D. R. 10 00 Speigle, Jacob Oldl'oliitComfort . a 3 00 COUGH SYRUP. Nn jt leaves Cincinnati 8 30 urn; nrrives FalWe keep It, m hand at all ' Norfolk Moore, James K. 10 00 Shelby, Isaac 4 mouth 10 30 u m; Sunday only. 1 3 00 ime, A R. Penny, Druggist, Shelby, John W. " 2 McCormaek, Juno No. 31 leaves Falmouth 4 ir, p in; arrives Cin1, 1 50 a 00 Smith, Juhn a days' scraping cinnati 6 15 p m; Sunday only. Moriisnu, T. G, TI10 j,tos3 ruct'ipta of tho world's 7 50 Train Notes: No, 1 runt dally between Lexingpowder for county road no Sliue. Mobcrly Murphy, M.J. Trains leaving LexiiiRion at 11.4. , a 00 Judge of election cliampioiiship aerion of liasu ball KaiiK'H ton and Cincinnati. No 4 runt daily between p m dally, merchandise account 2 00 Thompson, W. S. Sunday c nneu at W?nel? McCurty, W, L. Cincinnati and Ltxingltiu. a days' hauling 500 tvuru $20,1(11,15, which wan Same point, en the K.C. It! Nos, 3 nnd 0 make connections at Winchester lerfor RichmonJ, Ky. Martin, J. G. 4 days' hauling 1000 uqually - Al V Hy 3 lortiointsnntheN N A5 00 C. W. " Marti i, Alex 3 7 5" Terry. Llmiteil Vstibule from Nnw Yrrk Lexington, vifflurHrK!tMsvj butweun tho two clulw. Thu New No. 4 makes this cnnnectiunat iT Plilln.l.,1 Or nicdicul account 17 5 Traylot, 0. A. Manuel, Thomas IMPOKTANT.-Traina- of 3 00 thit Ime nnw arrive nhla. Wasliingtrnnnd all point, Ka.,,' H,r,c 300 feet of lumber ,1 '" 30 OO York players recuivod onu-hal- f of New nt and depart from tho Central Union Passenger LcxiiiRton lit 4 47 P ni daily Same a days' luiuing Same S no Fast mall from llumingtun. 8 7S York's Hhare, each man days' hauling Cincinnati, making 3 Tosmt, M. D. M inutl, Eh Kettini: $1580.1:1. StationNorth, Katt and West connections lor all cal statloii.arnves Lexl.rgto W. V .m,l aii i 3 7 jo points " V m, slal- 3 50 m M Sam 10 uo Tucker Jshn C. 4 Through tickets and baggage checked to any ly except Sunday. ' 3 Accoinmodntbn from Ol, Hill and all local 3 00 Tho "Mothor'H Frlond." Tucker W.T. destination reached by a railroad. I " M sier, U llliam ' J 50 N it only shortens labor mid lessens pain attend For full particulars address any ngent ol the Co, points. Richm. rid, Ky., and points 011 tho K. e 5 00 drug account M.ItolertseiStagg 48 00 Tucker J. II. , Uy.iirrivesat l.eiliutnn 8i,o, . daily. S. F. II. .MORSE, 3 50 mg il, but greatly diminishes the danger to the IJ, H. IIACON, (leorga cepl Sunday, r or tl clefs, ralej ami 'sleep, i . McRoberts.W. U. 3 70 Tucker Traveling Pass'g'r Ant., (len'I Patt'ic'rAgt., reservations, etc., t4r li; 3 00 lives of both the mother and the chiluTif uuda few 1 diyt' haluinj I.exnigliMi, Ky. Covington, Ky. MKitrick.Wnllncc 5 00 Traylor. John (L a days scraping lo 00 mouths before confinement. Write lo the Ilrad-fielTraylor, Henry Murphy, W. II. Ticket Agent. ILK. IIUNTINOTON.Oeneral Manager, j 00 S. A. IIROAII ". 4, I ROADWAY. l a 30 Regulator Co. Atlanta, Oa., for further par lumber medtcal, account 26 jo ' Turnbull iohn MKi.l.erts, Dr. O. H. OKNKRAL 01 KICKS: ''JJi,v.r,c.,'iBpa,,,A(.t 6 16 ticulars. I'or sale by A. R. Penny, irtanlord, Same Chamber of Cominercu Iluilding, Cincinnati, O Same J.D 34 col JV.P,Loxli..on,Kv 1 pyal Baking Kowder witlS llntfir.an, Paul Hunn James Mays J. C. Hayden, II. F. lligglnt, W. II, day's hauling a 4 5 " " " 5 day's hauling McKinney, J. J. Mc Kinney, John H. 3 " McKinncy,GeorKcS 3 j 00 McKinney. J. J. school supt. McCUry. W F day's hauling 00 Neal.JohnO. 1 ....-.- . .sicvjuiicy, ji- ..- i i' j 00 00 80 5 So Wright, F.llis Ware CO. Whltt Calvin Welliincu, Joseph Withers, S. L. dj)'s h.iulin; IJ 00 a 7 EVANs, jo 5" ANALYTICAL Enginocrincr CHEMIST, i M SI ?' LEXINGTOIM.KY. W """""Im ''IsV fetflll il ijiA' 11' i1! a 3 jo 00 STANFORD, KY 3 00 5 all branches. and Surveying in fcyg'iaaj'iiilai '.'isy MILLS. 7 J" Walton, W P. 3 00 Warren, Fount 133 a Wlllums, John jo Wheeler, J. H. 3 II. printing I day's hauling day plowing 1 1 a 1 " y jo ta jo Nunnelley, A. T. 66 06 Napier, Thomas j 00 Newland, Henry, No.-ton- o 00 Same 4 lis cry bill 1 1000 6 jo Voung, II. P. Same judge of election " clerk a jo a 00 Established 1825. FOB. HTSTJHA1TCE STANFORD All persons ROLLER fling j 00 On Dwellings, llousohold furniture, Stores, 1 jo A , apply to the old ptr.lsant life and well inc-use I'atent Flour made at i'!r.. nwiie ntanioru Holler Mill, Cill far ,.II m Knur itrtw ..,,,. uicy v.j, ... ,r .1 tiuti 1101 got it on iianu,. urge tticmto keep It or gel su order from them and get It at the Mill itnd I will guarantee pleasant andinieiestlng tamily oS W N I'O ITS. Superintendent. ... ii .' 11 -- WOOD WALLA6E, Kentucky. Men's Outfitter Louisville, Mi-d- ii j'j THE MYERS HOUSE iJ I. I. 1II1UCE, gJ jj illM-luiri- MORGAN, 1 i' ,,, first-cla- ss Pool and Milliard Parlors Livory Stable poor-hous- e -- -- , DR. W. K PENNY, 65 j J tl3. THE GALT HOUSE, I 1 1 WALLACE ----- VARNON, Conoral of Crocorlcs, 1 0. H. M'KOBERTS, 1 i Court-Hou- se 1 Qitillhi :f Attaclimeiit j siavrs 111 1 1 65-1- 1 1111 1 0 ' 1 JT? 0H ditfuMi'it lUtttllulY "UIl'IO Tllfllll H A NEW FAST MAIL ,i, 1 1 1 IIOl'Tli;.'' four-fift- EGOLATO s hs THE MUST RAPID ROUTE 1 MENSTRUATION 1 1 Mo-mi- 1 ij y Soulh-lloun- ' .1 .. t.. " " 4" ' p,... 111 1 Mi Ky. Route - ! A ICQ 1 1 North-Houn- d. -i 1 . Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Now York, ' . - 3o 1 "" 111 j 11 ,,, 1 111 1 HS9H 1 1 HPsS s 11 1 5- 1 '" Cincin-natl7SSn- 4- - 5i 1 ' ' ed ffltsm is i, , o 1 """., v d i.J'NKV. KY. , ' VsJUli-- . J222SI irttssimsstsAsssM ssUs &? .it SSlJSS issanl I mm c , ., af - J4lu .m. 4. f j,