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LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. hunt-tl.- i NO. 82 BOYLE COUNTY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. and Chamberlains Literary So Thrifty country people sometimes delicti of Centre College. The speakers drive a bargain after a fnshion of their were W. 1 leek tier Hush, Danville, sub- own. An old lady wlio li.iu been away ject, The Curse of Itegtilus; S. M. on a visit, wanted her trunk carried iinisville. subject, N'eccsslty of lit" from the railroad station to her house, sisUncc; f M. lingers, Danville, subject, - miles distant, ami called upon one of Catiline's Dellanee; U. 1. Curry, her neighbors to ask if he could go and subject, Hcgitlus to the Koinan get It. He "reckoned he could," whereSenate; JiMiH'H It. Skilhuan, Cloverport, upon the old lady iiskcd, "How much subject, Catiline's Dellanee. I.ucicn V. will it be wntlr'" Itule, Goshen, subject, Supposed Speech "Well, I diitiuo," was the careful reof John Adams in Favor of the Dcclnra ply, "what are yon willin' to pay'.'" tlon of IndeiK'iidence; llcnrj. I llodsey, "Oh, I'm willin' to pay what's right." Ilnel (Jreen; subjert, "Phillip's" Amen "About how much do you reckon it's Wil-mi.- ,, liar-rotlsbii- ppropriate services will lie held nl lalter uccoinpmiicd l.y their Sfvuuil I'reHUyUTinii :lnui1i ThaiiUn-- ! '". tin- - chinches will voritodogs. In uhlcli nil Ml. W. I.. Wllliiuns pleached last will preach i unite. Hev. Wm. ' week day .mid night mill lif endeavored jl t e,,,on, Iti.liflii'u fioin the iiuuibci nf inbbitsl to continue lant week, hut liu bays tliu on tin market lien- - lat week, tin- - limit weather cut him out Messrs. Weathei ford it Cook are In i is me Irving to oxlm minute that aid Cincinnati purchasing their holiday tn.il. Oiu- - yiororyinaii had U'--' which goods. Come up boys and go to "chooswere killed hy one man and hauled In. of ing mid laying aside.'-- ' MisseB Iiuise Dudley, Ht. Itev. T. T. Ktiiina (iarrard wero visiting Kentucky, will preach in Tnnity church ll.iiley and Carpf-nter-. Mrs. .1. I). Miss Sullie Cool, Tuesday "nii.'ht, thu --'Mlt. at 7 o'clock. is with Mrs. Dr. HuH'iiian ut Lexington. Peoplo'uppieeiate Mr. Dudley's mtiiioiih Our community received n hit of for thu holism is always crowded .vlien gossip yesterday that wuh really enjoyahi' preaches. ble. Mr. Thomas Nail went to Middle-bur- g Those who attended lln icecplion lust week and while theru met n lagiven by Mr. and .Mm. A, H. Uobliisoii dy by the name of Mrs. Hilton. lie was List Thursday night, in honor of Mr. ami introduced to her on Thursday eve and Mrs. I.ticieti Logan and Mr- - ""' Mr" of the Friday nt :l r. m. they were made one. Itowcnttivcns. pronounce it oni' This is the lady's fourth husband. most delightful ami hrillliuit events of the "easou. CRAB ORCHARD. Miss Foxh" Pennington hat letiirn-I'- d Kttcli ptiiciiiiscr of a dollar's worth home after u pleasant visit to the Katie James and of Koodsnt. I. 11. Hilton's store will be Misses Owsley. MiH Miss Kennedy, of Crah Orchard, spent Kivtm a elinnco nt his $4K) isihini't ma.Siturday nml Sunday with Miss Annie chine. Try it, you miuht secure it by Miss spemliiiK one dollar. A: D. Institute. spearn lit the All persons indebted to Chudwiek A of liuisvillc. Is visiting Annie leathers, her aunt, Mm. K. H. Pearcc, and othei Aruiendt lire earnestly requested to call friends. Mrs. A. S. Drake, of l.cxing. nt once nml settle. Our business relaton, who was Miss Kllle Hrnee, in paying tions have been closed mid we, must settier patents her llrst iit since her mar tle up our business. We hnte to rail on an ollk-er-, hut will have to resort tosome riae. W . It. Ar Coliiicmts to p-- t our money. A good ii owd fathered nt the night to witness the mendt. lege Hall last Friday a Dednmntniy Content between the Sharp Trading. -- Our town is full of visitors and l. Tho McGlhney family, so famous for musical talent, appear nt the Opera House during Christmas. ltussel Johnson and William Allen, of the Fork neighborhood, hnve traded farms, Mr. Allen paying about $2,000 dSUerence. Mr. Sam Gaines, of Lower Garrard, sold a Moody tuiiru last week for $1,100. Capt. T. A. Klkin mid It. K. Meltob-ert- s bought of II. T. Noel tho cottage on Water street formerly occupied by A. Lindberry. Mrs. Osee HulI'man mid family have moved into the house. Mr. D. II. Jones, of Lexington, wns married on Last Thursday afternoon to Miss Minnie. Spilmau, daughter of the late C. J. Spillmau. The marriagu took place at tho family residence near in the presence of only the immediate relatives of the family. Uncle AJIen Ilurnside has sold his farm in this county nml will go to Knox, ville to live with his daughter, Mrs. Gallagher. Mr. J. It. Taylor and family, of Hrynntavllle, will shortly move to Mr. It. II. Hatsou and family went to Midway last week to attend the funeral of Mr. HaUton's step father, C. D. Wnitcs. Misses Luln and Mary Smidifer will entertain the social club on Thurs- Itevs. Kvnns nml Hopper nro holding meeting ntSalyisa. The Ilnptist revival at Williamsburg resulted in .'to additions. Ituv. T. J. Godbey will hold Thanksgiving service at McKendiee at 11 ii o'clock. Itev. I. S. McKlroy won '20 souls to Christ in a 10 days' meeting in Bourbon county. Nearly all the churches had additions Sunday, the fruits of the late meetings. There will be a union Thanksgiving service nt 11 o'clock Thursday nt the Ilnptist church. Itev. John Hell Gibson will preach. Tahnngo preached on Mars' Hill, in Greece, where Paul held forth 18 or 10 centuries ago. While doing so he had n photograph taken for n cut of his Life of Christ, shortly to be issued. "Liberal," the Missouri town found ed by infidels, and arranged to never have the gospel preached therein, has been captured. The Methodists hnve bought the large town hall for $00 and will ue it for a church. According to the New York Indeed WpW'l 24WSir FOUND HIS HEAD. The man who had never before traded with POWERS lost his head when he heard the low prices quoted on good goods. He can have it again by applying to POWERS. This is an extreme' cae, but Deln-ologian- day (Thanksgiving) evening. J. Itommis is very ill atihis home of continued fever. Judge M. II. Owsley is in laucastcr on professional business. Hub Fnrris mid Tom Palmer were out bird hunting on last Saturday and claim while crossing a field near John Palmer's they heard n sheep bell continuously ringing. At Orst they paid little attention to it, thinking it was on a sheep, but still hearing the bell und not seeing any sheep they began to investigate the matter and discovered the sound to come from on high and from a sheep hell suspended to the neck of a large buzzard, which was Bailing around undistiirlM'd by the appendage. Tom says he could plainly see the letters "J). H." carved on the bell, but Hub says his eyesight was not quite so good, although he could plainly see the bell. Next. pendent there are 142,707 churches in the U. S.; 1)8,322 ministers nnd 20,007,310 church members. The Methodists bend tho list with 50,0080 churches, 20,770 Who once gets inside of POWERS' store and sees the boundless barpreachers nnd 1,72:1,881 members. The gains that are offered for the lowest limit a living profit will Hnptists are next with 4(1,024 churches, permit. Nobody does or can offer such good 32,017 preachers nml 4,078,oSO members. bargains or low prices. In the race The Hnptists show tho greatest gains during the year and the Presbyterians next. for business POWERS has DEATHS' DOINGS. Everybody is Excited Mr. W. M. Higgins received n dis- patch Friday announcing the death of his son, G. C. Higgins, on his farm nenr A head that knows how to buy as well as sell a long head on buyWaco, Texas. There were no particulars ing, a square head on selling, and a big head on business of the death sent. His father wired generally. POWERS is not a kicker, but a thinker, for the body to he embalmed and shipand he gets business by brain, not brag. If ped here for burial nnd it will probrbly nrrivo Higgins wns 43 years of age nnd had lived in Texas n do7en or more years, where he was engaged in fanning. He wns n member ofj t, WON BY A HEAD; YOU Mr. ui, .loniis H.trUcy, luisvillc, stibjeet, The Defense of Turf Hash. tlie llride. The judges Mr. Pelhiiin, b, c, 2 years old by Imp. "Well, what do you say?" wore S. W. Proctor, Charlie Kodcs and "I sknsely know; I'd rather vou'd St. lllaise, has been sold for $1,050. J. W. Lynch, liieli speaker ncuiiitled j My wmty0Ut,iKvc." Pall Mall, b. c, hy Spendhimself credltublv mid showed coiihlder "No, I prefer having you say what thrift, dam Picadilly, by Pell Mell, has Kach received n you think you'd ought iow ere. hUIw oratorical been sold for$S2.. to have." and many beautilul Umi applause W. L. Scott, F.rio, Penn., hns bought "I icely ilon't know exactly what to One received n nlcrly isxiked say." Aluiira, by Syringbok, for $1,250. Shy turkey The lltt honor was given to After ten minutes or more of this non- becomes a matron. Mr. Godsey and the second to Mr. The great Kelipse Stakes, Jerome Park committal conversation the man grows These arc always pleasant occa- desperate. N. Y., has closed with 22.'t entries. The sions to the people and no doubt each "Well, would a quarter he too much'.'" Hickory Stakes for fall 'til with 21S enone is sorrj we cannot have rueh n treat he asks. tries. oftener. "No, I don't know as it would, though A. J. Alexander, Woodburn, has lost I callated on getting it thine for 'bout 20 hy death the celebrated trotting stallion, The I'rtducnh News imlites this beau- cents." Helmout. He is the sire of 32 in the tiful ode to the lamented bustle: "Well, s'posin' we call it 20 cents, 2::()list, having added 11 thereto this we bid you iidieu; Hustle. oh hustle, vear. then?" we are glad the ladies have gone back on 11. Hammond, Detroit, "Oh, I'm willin' to pay the other live Mich., has you. we rejoice with exceeding great if you feel it's wuth it. I want to pay all bought of M. A. Dm kin, N. YM the fast decree 'gladness to know, that Fashion's a thing is wuth." pacer, Ciear, 4 years old, by Steinwuy, Hcgone to the shades compels you . They dually agreed on 20 cents, thef for $5,000. One year since ho bold for of the dim remote hemv; may all such old lady Miyiug that she'll "make the $2,050. s follow you thence. May we The turfmen racing now on the Southns you; other livo up to him soino time." never more see such a hiimbii Youth's Companion. ern oil cult, nte rejoicing over the get thee gone then, oh, bustle, 1'. D. IJ. of tho the Turf Congress in rutTwo sisters, Misse Frances and Li'.- Like the hump of a camel, you forever less than ting on" races 'for obtrude on the grnte of all those wl"Mhin Dunning, won the prizes olleied nt one mile. good, dlsllRiiriini the tin ngriuultiinil fair in Middletowu, N iliiuk von know A wager of $10,000 has been made form you me Intended to adorn, nnd V., last week, for the lnht time in which that Mamhoul will trot a mile in 2:12 or tilling" limit's hisirt with unutterable any contestant t farmers' daughters only before the year is out. Ho reis a thing should take the harness from the peg on or hotter m.'oiii. Thu bntlo in P.iduc.di cently trotted in 2: 12 mid bailing inciof the past; in every kind of procession which il hung nt the starting pool, mid dent will win the wager. It has IfMrul rti,0i,i,i harnuM her honte, hitch him to comes List. it Catalogued for sale at Lexington next ami a wagon, make the round of a half mile from us with eVHils-tin- g week are many good young hoises, such none will shed tenis o'ei the fate of the track and restore the harness to its place as Once Again, ICIyton, Helvedere, etc., " on the peg. Miss Frances won In four and such proven good sires as McDulI', bustle. So, bustle, we bid your adieu; we've long been of the opin- minutes iiml 'M seconds and hei sUtcr sire of McHcutii, Cape Itace, F.li, Lawion there were no Mips on you. May in live minutes and seven seconds.. rence, Spendthrift and others you continue to slumber the sleep of The breeders of blooded horses iu tit" just, nml only awake when someThough mav not Hoone, Kenton and Giant counties met thing shnll bust. realize it, their task is finished. The recently at Walton and bought ground of possible accomplishment upon near there to make a mile track, which democratic idea has always been The their pint has been attained. They will they will begin at once to niako a s to regulate the whisky tralllc nnd derive lepublicmi remain in the Held, no doubt, because track by spring. Why can't u revenue from it, while tho of the narrowness of their inability to Hoyle, Garrard and Madison breedidea, in those States where they hnve of hu- ers do likewise? Near Shelby City is overwhelming majorities, is to destiny understand tho man nature. Hcciiiho they are virtuous the finest giounds font track iu Kenthe unfile and make men moral whether shall theie be no more cakes mid nleV tucky and provided with excellent shipthey will or no. A piohibition law like lU'cattso they nro teetotalers shall genu- ping facilities. These counties have thnt of lown, which sends men to prison ine temperance in the use of stimulants many farmers and breeders who own for years for selling whisky, is just as be denied by paper laws? -- Chicago males and horses of no ordinary merit, and as impractical as a Inw com- Times. is reeded to and only a to join a church, he bap nulling a man bring them to the front rank of breeders, ,U1VI, t(( my ()ouuV price by immersion, hold family prayers Yo if you ti.ed u. . ,,,nvc anytdiig in tho beds at Williams mid thu best and most decisive step in daily and participate in mo thu Lord's supper weoKiy. iroiiioiuoii burg. The Times says: Lust Saturday thnt direction is a local track where is iirotectionnin mad, nnd along will night three Italians put up at n boarding more interest und better defined can be every paternal feature of the republican house near the depot. The next morn- brought about. At u sale to dissolve tho partnership policv will hnve to go. Let men govern ing the proprietor observed that the in a government of the peo- beds that they occupied hud been filled between McClelland & ltoclie, tho bay themselves ple, by the people and for the people. with vermin and he charged them dou- colt, Hadge, 4 years old, by Imp. Illused, Lonisville Times. ble price for lodging. They refused to dam Uaroness, by Kentucky, sold for shot-gubrought $0,000; Hrudford, 5 years old, by Glen-gugun, weighing '.Mo tons, pay the hill, hut a A s imp., dum Nevada, Luke them to time and they forked over. . has just been shipped by Messrs. Krupp dam, by Lexington, $3,100; Heyfrom Hamburg for Crornatndt. The. caliIII the wonderful wine cellar under day, 0 yeais old, by Iroquois, dnni Onbre of the gun is DH inches, thebariel is tho Hotel do Viho iu Bremen there aro tario, by Lexington, $1,700; bay filly, 40 feet iu length, nnd its gieatest diame12 cases of holy wine, each case inscrib tho Lioness, years old, by Imp. Hillet, ter i - feet. Tho range of the gun is 111 with tho II.I11IU of UIIU of tho Apostles, dam by Vega, by Wnrdanco $1,550; Fredoer 11 miles nnd it will tiro two shotto This ancient wine was lopositod in its erick 1st, by Longfellow, dnui Freddie, ,nr minim, each shot costing ' present resting place "tS.i ears ngo. by Lisbon; $1,0.55; Lord Peyton, another lieuvi-- ; rJL $1,500. This gun is the Targestnnd by Leouiitus, good and useful Sadie-- "! est inexmtence. think billiards must bo a dnni Ijidy Peyton, by Imp. Hurrah, brought $1,005. The venrlings brought ery nice game, Robert." Itohoit A woman soon loses respect for the L. M. L. from $100 to $500. hns to keep, but it man takes "Why, what do you know of it V" Sadie ninn sho (demurely) "I hear there aro kisses in pleasure in providing for the woman he The bodies of four soldiers wore Joves. This is the way nature intended it." Then they had some without play-i- t found frozen to dentil nenr Pierre, Dak., hilliiuds.-Woo- lf's Monthly. ifV Friday. ami it is the way it should he. bou-itets. .Skill-ma- n. to-go- the Cumberland Presbyterian church and those who knew him here speak in In your bargains, ahead in your savings, ahead in Dry Goods and high praise of his many noble traits of Clothing, then come to the only firm who can put you there. The chnracter. name is A dispatch wns received yesterday body would arrive oni stating that the the 11:57 train Inst night. It will be Liken to Mr. Higgins and at 10 o'clock) this morning there will he n short ser- -' Sign of the Red Elag. vice by Itev. It. II. Caldwell, after which the remains will be interred in HuIIhIo cemetery. Mr. Albert Gastineau, aged about 00 years, died Sunday night at his home, the old Metcalf place, on the Danville pike. He had been nfliicted with rheti. mutism nnd erysipelas for n number of years and for the Inst year or more confined to his room. He was mi uptight, honorable gentleman, highly esteemed Is Receiving His by all who knew him. He leaves a wife and 8 children to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate husband mid father. j I Want to be Ahead, S. L. POWERS & CO-- H.8.RUPLEY," 'iHS FALL AND WINTER GOODS. SINI delu-ion- nc-tio- n t j liu-tl- e, luuh-nes- One of the latest fads is cologne drinking. It is common in England and France and is gaining ground in Ami-lien- . Cologne can be bought without exciting suspicion at the drug stoics nnd its intoxicnting qualities are of the most reliable character. Tho cologne drinker usually begins b t.tk.ng it on lumps of n sugar and pi.caonely woiks up t ability to take it snaiidit in liberal qiiau tities. As most of the American co logne is nindo from wood ulcohol, u particularly venomous nnd lietv decoction, its eflects are more marked than those of the ordinary liquor and the drinker may indulge his appetite with u 'ica.sonable certainty that he will wind up with de- Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, A C Give him a Trial J.N MENEKEE SINE & M EfMEFEE, . Dealers In PvOTCH AOT DKKSKD DUMBER, I.atliH, Sliiitglcs, Etc., jSiX.SHC, BOOKS iiSra BLINDS t Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, FKifcTCE, Cedar and Locust Posts. A PATE2TT V7I&T AH3D SLAT , We will cain' a lull to k ofevern mu; found in a tiru cU C SINI'., l.umi'cr Yard. nuiiticM Maoatcr first-clasLiu-coi- n, many-sidedne- ss lirium tieiutns. A WARNING. A president w ho shamelessly and wan-- ' 3hJO. tonly violates every pledge made to the Wc will riro.ccute to the full extent of tlic law our rrv net foitnil on J, O. lanilt with inm ami people before his elect ion; u president' LYNN' likori'ron e Mr. ALICi: TUCKER. who looks upon public ofllce nsn private snap for tho benelit of his own family ILLUSTRATED I89O. parannd lelatives, nnd hh shaine-facesites and flatterers, is taught none too A nrw Sh.iVipeare the Shalf!.pejre of Hilwiu early in his term that he cannot with A Ahhev will be rccntctl In Harper's Mapafor iRfi, with comments hv .nurcw i.anu 11.1.1 M RATED. impunity oll'end the moral sense of tho ziue Tlatier'MBaiflie has also made rci.il arranac- unite with Alnhonc Daudet. the crviltett of Iu Ilarpcr'i. Wtckly hai a well cl. Mulled placeai Syracuse N. Y.) Courier. people. t tench novelists, lor iheeiclimve uuhlicntion I I Magazine, d ' - a The fairness ol it edit.iri.il Adventiin hen at Hamesville, Ga., has laid nn ''I he - CulonUtsor I'arascon;hethe Latu ill he U.1IK. politics has earned for it thncummetit t on current rc.pei and confi t V.i'iuiii. I'nrtinn " 1 kturv average of an egg a day since January 1. lated hy Henry James and illmtraled by KotH acncM 01 an inipiriiat reaurrs, anu tlic variety nnn of its literary contint winch include ecellence ..,.. uuneu'i, .nil .iiiii inriini .. .. .. .!..,. . win HIS ireineiliiuiis ,rn.,,, , ....i.,,, i serial anil snorisiories Dy llic Pest unit must pop- inuuuei, (r. -. Mean, Lafcad.o not mitisfy l.er mi Friday and Saturday lhrce pan. WXtW ffA"-she laid flvo eaccch day Aain .l,o A lii11,1 1 .. -,11 in serial form of h humorous Ins torv, to be entitled the leaditii; illustrated newspaper in America - 1 .a -- j tWZ;MtiXX forelitn history. A en of Thomas A eekly in 190 n cast-ste- Hlaok-burn'- m mm 1 i ell known standard.. "keonilH! tllO JsilDlUtll tl.lj IIOl, SllC laid hovuii vgff, making seventeen iu three days, or for tlioLM4 days of the l'er Vtar Ex. $ year she had laid "VS limpet's Mainline 4 oo Harper's Wetkly ., nar. ..!.!! Tramp "Please, niuin, 1 ain't had no 4 o oo food for three days. Tan ynu givo me iiariir' Youns I'uopl something to eaf" Mni.SllmiHetllinHBht- , Ullitcu t (nv () a MlblcnU.ni week.' Canada or Mexico. ily ) "My terms for board are Trump (straightening up) "Beg pardon' Tie viumes of the M.Raim. brgiii with the and December fccn year. for troilblin' ye. 1 dtdll't know this WHS numbers for June spicilied, subscriptions will be , , When na time is . llOUSO. ..; with the number current at the time of re- 11 boaldlll ain't hungry llOUJill ter eat hoardiu house ittles. Good day, 'XiindvXmos of llatper's MaSaiirc for thue years back, in neat cloth buullnK. will lu scut by millil " ..mail, postpaid on receiptor $3 per volume. Cloth cenn .v.. Twenty yeais ago there roamed over iaet lor rnnunig jo Ma.wine. n alphabetical linn!. Ind'xio Harper1 into for and mountains of the West Ktk.il and lUVsiImhI i8jo,Miluint from i one70 ol.,tho plains to Juni, 115, theie clule, ftom June, neatly S,(KK),tX)0 bullliloes. gso, clotli, 54. i.v ii.. .ii are lets than oUU head of the miiuials iu HcnuttaVrs should be made hyof loS aoid nnlvrur dr.lft existence. Them me but &" head of ..vNewspapers nretonot to CtllllRC advertisement thur wild liutlaloi'H, ;!0l alive( in captivity and without the BApress order ol I!ar-A- llrnthers. HAKI'KR .V IlltO I'll KJS. iiniler the protection of the about New ork 3, govtrnuieiit in Yellowstone Patk. Harper's Periodicals Meilcnn romance from the Janvier will appear in the e's. Harper's Year Periodicals l'er : sn ,,,, Harper's Weekly Harper's Maaiine I4 00 4 oi 400 -- .. iruu To-da- ...... - 1 ounn I'eople , 7 I'li.t.ice free to all subscribers in United .inada ur Mexico. The Volumes of the We'ekl biyin with t!.e fust number for January of each )ear. When no time is mentioned, subscruitloii will begin with the number current at tin eot receipt of order. IJound Volumes of Harpers Weekly fori three years back in neat cloth binding, will Vo sent hy nnil postpaid or by express free of expense (provided the I refill dots not exceed $1 per volume for i, per voIutio Cbiifi cusk for oach volume, suitable will be sent by mail postp ud 011 receipt of.fi eicli. Kriniltances should be made by ostoflice money older or draft to avoid chance of loss. Newspjpersare not to topy this udsertisemeut without the express oriler of Harper & iirothcrs. HAKI'KR A-- HKO I'll EltS. Aildn New York. 4l ( liarr s naar llarprr , . Ms J i-. drtJi(JiLL 2 Jm&mL.&e'-'--t-- ' ' ', i,4-- . , . x fc t s ...-.- . V Prof. Van Tassall, tho balloonist, was confidently asserted and emwont up ih Honolula and descended by phatically denied that V. E. Hacon, of n parachute, which landed him in the of Toledo, the brother-in-la(lent Cleveland, was rioseiuti an my tu soa and the sharks ate him up. Stanford, Ky., Novhmhkk 2i, 18S0 Hannah Hasbuys, n somnambulist, Campbell, Hamilton with Governor-elec- t t his friends woa found wandering through the streets his object being to gt-- him and F to support for the 1M)2 democratic of Brooklyn tho other night with not a national ticket Cleveland and Camp- stitch of clothing of any kind on her. Goods, Tho first republican convention ever to he bell, and to send Hon. Calvin S. Urice, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. cVc democratic nation- held in Alaska met at Juneau, Nov. ". chairman of the the United States They want it delegate to congress and Per County Judge, THOMAS W VAKNON; al committee, to ' II, PAXTON; County Attorney, JOSEPH Senato as successor to Mr. Payne. tSov. many other things too numerous to men ' County Clerk, OKOKGK n. COOPKR; Campbell says that Mr. Bacon's visit had tion. " Sheriff, J. N. MENP.PF.K; The National Grange, in session at nothing to do with politics, while the " Jailer. SAMUr.l, M.OWENS; Sacramento, Cal., has adppted a resostory itself bears the persuasive odor of K. D. KENNEDY; " lution favoring tho election of UnitSup'tof Common Schools, W. P. McCI.AU Y its own improbability. ed (states Senators by direct vote of the " Surveor, IIAKKY A. EVANS; one-thir- d " Coroner. ARCH CA11SON. Ci.aiiksox has ceased long enough people. bu-sincqoods. from holiiering up the cause of (ioodloe Tho prohibitionists can not derive to s from Like the old maid who went out in by defaming tho memory of Col. Swope, much consolaMon or inspiration the darkness to pray font husband nmi to make his annual report. It shows the fact that the revenue from spirits lie in, exceeded that of tho preceding mistaking the hoot of tin owl for a ques- that during the fiscal year ending June Ian V 4-OVests verbvrwoooo. tion from Him Who answers prayer., 30th, 20,0110 postmasters were appointed, ' Vreneh-ribbe- d. -- North' Middietown, uouriwncounty, of which number 8,ST4 were on resignaVests replied, "Anybody Lord," the Kentucky all-WOQUO, WOHlh 7 DC, Wool Vests U'OI'th 1 ; aspired to larjro tions and commissions expired, 7, Soli on has suffered another severe fire. A mini- repuhlicnns, who at lirst on deaths and 2,i i0 on es- her of business houses, including the Vests offices, now meekly tisk foranythinjjthey removals, During tho Deposit Hank budding were burned rn- cm j;ct and are Kind to receive the small- tablishment of S MerUlO WOHh CO olllces were esest crumbs, wher: before they sought year 2,770 fourth-clas: -for only pie. The case of W. V. Huff- tablished and 1,147 were discontinued. i)t L&Ji n. wool s 7nen aiii-- l venr fiKu.sii.. urv.KtvfitiiMMinriiu.ihii rf in r i man is one in point and illustrates the The whole number of j "'V """"- undent-ea- r wool July 1, 18SD, was rS,50!, of which 450 in bonds were cancelled, leaving the general decline in the aspirations of the total amount of Government bonds out s of his party. Coming over 2.0S0 were presidential. uvcivr standing $702,428,812. from Ohio with the avowed intention of O.vk white man and three negroes were Illinois has more miles of railroad swinging Kentucky into the republican thought his Hercule publicly whipped at New Castle, Del., than any other State 9,900 Kansas is column, he at first Saturday for larceny. Delaware is the second with 8,761, Iowa third with an, but unsuccessful labors should be reonly State in the Union that hasn't a Pennsylvania fourth with 8,224 and warded with the Lexington postollice, penitentiary and she doesn't need one Texas fifth with 8,210. achut they were not and now he has long as the terrors of the lash are felt. Miss Gertrude Flounlacker obtained in so cepted the position of store-keepe- r There is less crime in the State, too, than a judgment for $10,000 against the L. it To one-ha- lf by revenue service. What u fall is this, the any other, for the punishment acts as a N. in the Bullitt circuit court for damatn tin xn weelt.. my countrymen I j7. rr. powerful preventive. Kentucky might ges sustained in the Bardstown Junction or Hoods iuooo to When the Union league, a republican have saved the cost of her branch peni accident last Christmas. E. had had the organization in Jeffersonville, Intl., be- tentiary if her of Appeals The New Jersey Court comes so disgusted with President Harri- courage to have passed n whipping post has decided that Henry George shall St., M. KALINGKR, son and his appointments that they not law. have the $30,000 bequeathed by an echim in efligy, but cremate only burn The U. S. Mint is a money making in- centric Jersey farmer for the disseminatheir campaign outfit ns well, it begins to stitution in more senses than one. Dur- tion of "Progress ami Poverty." look like the little man is making as ing tho last fiscal year there were paid TheMiddlesboro News publishes a much of n failure in pleasing his friends out for silver bullion $24,717,85:1, which list which shows that there are comA CLEVER FORGERY. us he is in serving the country accepta- was made into standard dollars and sub- pleted and under construction there Money ti. III. l)PHttlnr Crnlll bly. If the popular disgust in which sidiary coins. III tinier to (iit Out .Morn worth of buildings, Including n The difference between to the administration is held continues Some years i.go a inoroiiaiit ongned the value of silver before and after tho $10,000 exposition hall ami a $5,700 grow or even remains at the point it is, government stamp is put on it is shown Queen Anne Hotel. n broker to dlipo-- o of bomc rtocit to 1 meet an urjeut demand foi'roa.ly cuhh. the democrats will sweep the country in in the fact that after all the expenses of According to the figures of the The stock wiw iold, but the owner had 1892. The outlook at this writing is the mint were paid, there was left a net 1 there are in Kentucky 2,820 oe beautiful to contemplate. to profit to the government of $!).40:!,-049.8- .). miles of railroad, assessed at $40,809,913, considerable difficulty in getting the of -- alo proceeds from the broker. At and on which the State tax amounts to lust, 7iew A Philadelphia doctor puts in a claim to desperation, tho mer$101,98S.0S, of which amount the L. & chant threatened proceeding. for notoriety by alleging that he has disTho It. G. Woods, the fellow who forged broker, after niiiking a mental calculaseat of the soul, which he the names of Gov. Campbell, Sherman, N. pays $75,22(5.30. covered the Tho skeleton of Ira Aubrey was tion, sal down and drew a clioclc for Bays is in the corpus callosum. Of course Buttenvorth, Breckinridge and others to found a few days ago near Elizabeth-tow- tho amount realir.'d on account of the all our readers know where that is, but a ballot box contract, is in jail in CinU Sherman Aubrey, a lad of about slock Mild, less, two pec cent, broker's in order to refresh their memories we cinnati on a charge of criminal libel. decommlsMnn, and bunded It to tho merfirst-clas- s may state that it is in the bridge connect Foraker and Halstead, for whose benefit 19 years of age, and a cousin to the ceased, has confessed to murdering him chant with many apololoj for tho deto ing the brain hemispheres. Anatomists the work was done, ought also to be After thN both parted good for 50 cents and an old watch. The lay. workman-lik- e have sought in vain for the soul and the looking through prison bars. young murderer is now in jail to await frh'iidt. Tho tninhiiiMlnu occurred In failure to find it has made atheists of Very tho early moruln, and. us the mermoot of them. If tho Philadelphia docTiikku is no end to the enterprise of his trial. He says the dead boy's step- chant wanted tho monov urg ntly. ho tor can demonstrate his discovery, there- the Cincinnati Daily Enquirer when it mother put him up to do the deed. diet I; at the bank withIn a communicativo mood Milt Un- presented thoGm-sfore, he will lift the vail of much unbe- comes to getting all the news and servout delay. hN iiitoulil.meut lief and change scollers from tho enor ing it in attractive style, while its week- derwood, a prominent farmer of Tyler when the check was handed back to ly is one of the best in the land. The county, W. Va., confessed to a woman him with ttio remark of their way. with whom he had become infatuated, Tho merchant was hurrying away from y latter will be sent with our The newspapers are now speaking of for $2.50 a year. that ho blew up James Garret's house tho bank when he mot Held, tho dewith dynamitea year ago, by which he tective, comiin: up tho etaliM. Ho Doin Pedro as poor old Peter Uraganza, which is his real name, who last week What's the matter with the "In and and another man weie killed and sever- stopped the latter and related how ho was ruler of the great llraziliun Empire, About Kentucky" man of tho Courier-Journa- l. al others seriously wounded. The wo- hud been "pold" by tint bro .er "Ho much short of tho amount of Has Bro. Hull deserted the man couldn't keep tho secret and now hut who is now an exile for the few reIn a mob is after Underwood determined to your check stands to tin credit of tho gaining years of his life. Meanwhile cuiiid? niiKn broker at the bank?" inquired tho olll-cohang him. the Unitetl States of Brazil is quietly asNEWS CONDENSED suming a republican form of government Mrs. Hannah Southworth, formerly "I no'er nsked," replied the merA suicide at Besauton, England, left of Louisville, shot and killed Stephen L. and demonstrating that America shall he governed by the people, who alone a note saying, "Don't pray for me, my Pettus, Secretary and Treasurer of the chant. "Very good," said Haiti, "go back hell is over." Brooklyn Union Elevated Railroad, in a are the sovereigns. The United States is credited with crowded New York street Friday. She and ascertain." Tho merchant did so, and soon Wk aro not so bad otl for a navy, so 1(5,319 papers of all sorts, 1,494 of them fired five shots after her victim had fallwith the rop'.y: "Two hundred fur as numbers are concerned after all. being dailies. Wooden en with his death's wound and then rupee." Secretary Tracy reports that there are ijc. M. T. Pedigo has been appointed stood over him and smiled as he writhed "And the check Is for five thousand?" either under way or provided for 10 ar- postmaster at Glasgow and J. B. Earle at in the agony of dissolution. She claims "Yes," was tho reply. moni- Madisonville. mored vessels, 13 single-turretethat Pettus had despoiled her and then "Look hero," said Hold, "thero aro tors, 21 steel cruisers or gunboats, 2 dyThe negro, Blythe, who killed Col. bragged of his achievements. a half n dozen writs ugnln-itthbroker, namite cruisers, a practice cruiser for ca- Jones at Cincinnati, has been found (Jo there and gti your Xmn I'rrwnt and ho has only given you this clieolc Nr.xt door lo I'nnmin lloutr tordets, an armored niin, one first-clas- s knowing it wou.d not ho paid (u ordor guilty of murder. OUR GLORIOUS AGE. pedo boat, oud 7 iron steamers. There to gain time Ho will draw this A natural gas explosion at Bradford, are also 21 wooden steamers that will Pa., killed two and seriously wounded No HriMon IVIiy F.vnrj Unity Minulil Not money himself tho day Is out, II lliiuiir Niy. still float. and probably holt from hU or dltors." 8'x other persons. Wo ought to he perfectly happy "What Is to bo done!" exclaimed tho Chief of Division Phillips, one of that wo live In this glorious age of yLJiVO Kepuiilican politicians like republics JUJUO the ponsitJh men who them jcicntlflo thought. Wo beliovo thero merchant. In blank Kdespair. Bro. Lewis, saem to be ungrateful. "Just this," said ild. iw cool us n novcr was itnothor ago in which tho cucumber; "take a pencil and piece of of Somerset, has found it out, to his cha- selves, has been fired. t c5c JIE-W-EILilEIRA bbett'8 official majority forjover- - astronomer of Harvard Observatory paper and write In a hurried scrawl as grin, for he says: As long as the selfish politicians, who have been helped to po- nor of New Jersey is 14,253, which is rould propound tho following problem I dlctato: ;To the Secretary of tho and receive so many perfectly reason-ab'- o Bank. Dear Sir: I have just acsitions of prominence thiough the influ- more than was thought. answers to it: ".Suppose, " said cidentally disc ivorud tlitlt I h.tvj DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Mac Anderson was found dead near ence of the Republican, have kinfolks to ho, "that thrco smtlcos each two foot drawn a cheque in favor of this FANCY ARTICLES, &0. bestow office on we shall regard our Jellico with his throat cut and a bullet In length should ' catch ono another by morning, and that my credit at tho of office, fat hole in his shoulder. No clue to the chances of getting any sort tho tip ol tho tail, thus making it cir- bank tails short of thb amount by Its. l'hylcianipretcriplion accurately compouudrd. murderer. or lean, as very slim. According to silver quotations in cle six feet In clrcumforonco. Sup-pos- o 200. I have sent this sum per bearer that each snnko Hiould boglu to to prevent disappointment, should tho Who's been getting drunk in Frank- London our standard dollar is wortli Argus knows some- 74.7 cents, which is more than it ever swallow the one in front of him. In chock bo presented during tho day." fort? Evidently the what way would tho resultant figure Now," said Held, as tho merchant fin- THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, thing, for it says: The newspapers of was before. after each snake had swallowed tho ished tho noto. "tho broker's Initials." Tho negro accused of attempted rape ono in front, of him dllTor from tho Kentucky have been very kind to cerCLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. The merchant looked up In astonishtain officials in the State." While they on a daughter of Dr. Gee was taken from original circle?" Ever brought to thit market. Price lower than ment. "Novor mind," said the otllcor, the loweit. Watches, Clocki and Jewelry Ke. publish tho episodes of private citizens, the jail at Prince George, Va., and hangTho unsworn have bcou many and "it's no offense to pay money Into the paired on ihonjnotice and warranted. tho many drunken carousals of men in ed by n mob. various, some of them, wo aro in- bank to a man's credit, though it would A caucus of the republican members formed, "entering the consideration bo to draw money out position have been kept from the public under a forged of the next House has been called for of tho fourth dimension of spaeo," be- document." view. Nox. 30th, to nominate candidates for cause any one of tho snakes would This advicoovercamo tho merchant's Tanseu & Di'di.ey, tho blocks-of-fivthe various offices. have followed the two in front of him scruples, and the broker's initials wore man, have formed a partnership to pros A quarry of lithographic stone has and yet have been swallowed by tho duly attached to tho lottor, and tho ecute pension claims. As they were been developed in Hardin county. Sev- two back of him, and. thorefore, money dispatched to the bank. It was ARfQ each once tho head of the bureau they eral tons taken to New Orleans netted would be both inside and outside of paid In without a question being asked. will now practice before, it is presumed the owner $100 a ton. his two follows. Tho man who lives Tho check was afterward presented they know the lopes pretty well, and On going down tho A coujile of lawyers who got to fight- In an ago when memcau tacklo and und paid In full. to others un stairs tho merchant met his friend tho they will not lack for business till every ing in court at Council Grove, Kas., were 'r'i sp mid imuo no el-- nr deserter and coffee cooler gets a pension. sent to jail for the night and.ne.xt morn- idoi of thW sort has no business to bo broker coining up. Tho latter, on recgoing about tal.ring of tho good old ognizing tho former, stopped suddenly, ing were heavily fined. times, or loo.ciug ho,iufnlly forward to put his hand to his breast pocket and Acbtuai.ia is preparing to cut loose Tho Knights of Labor uro very sen- any thing., uioie iiiillciiulumlsti. exclaimed: "Good God. I have for- Victoria's rule and become sible in their decision Jrom Queen that tho Wnshln.ritia Pont. gottou my bank bonk!" Ho then turned a republic. Her geographical position law should bo regulated by demand and on his heel, hurried from the bank, and makes it impossible for England to pre- tho different kinds of labor. Rou,;h en Rodcnti. entering a ticca gharry at tho door Brazil's experivent itevon if she tried. hurried uway. Ho had como to draw Lazarus Nichols, aged GO, hos been .Ale. Nullw',1 J .Wh it do you think, ence and oxamplo may iuduc others to from the bank tho balance at his credit, sentenced to life imprisonment in Web- dui'limj! I fo.md a t big rat dying but seeing thu man he hud shako oir the chains that bind them to ster county for Intended to killing his wife, aged 74 in the cellar Utit iiior.ii.i ;. effete monarchies. client ho was afraid to encounter him, He gave tho old lady arsenic. JIi'n N.i'tt- d lo Tin i thing! novor thinking for n moment that thu The colored people of Louisville aro And i. ni a i i. of polou In the huuo. Intended dupo had then in his pocket Le.vinhtok held u democratic primary for city officers Saturday, when C. W. making an effort to build a monument noi own ... in. u j in unl left out of tho every pIco tin broker had at his credit. a i.i'.lo P'i.'im of my cnlco Of course, tho merchant lost 200 rupees Will keep constantly on hand a large and selectjjline of Furniture Fousheo was nominated for mayor, J. commemorating the abolition of slavery titfo I t I ,.ll ..VI'V. to lllll'. in for recorder, W. P. Kimball and will hold a mass meeting over tho transaction, but, its Held ex- and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as b'oule Smith sucWftgoods Mr, N t . . v) T ui for plained, it was bettor to ioo 200 than The design or clerk, Gen. Jus. F. Kobinson for start tiie hall in motion. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be contip; fii'jt ii ii.iiru o ii(o 5.000. Indian Planters1 Gazette. for Falcon. calls for a shaft 74 feet high and an treasurer, nnd so on. Hurrah .,.ti. .ietiii. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. .fl30,000. get tiiar." Semi-Week- ly Interior journal It ex-Pre- DO YOU READ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ?' from W. WALTON, OP COURSE, EVERYBODY DOES. told that you can bay Dress And consequently do not need Clothing; Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Trunks, Carpets, .Matting, Aor, THE LOUISVILLE STORE For post-olllce- s post-otlice- T reduction in Underwear rear known Stanford. Ladies' ests 25c, worth ladies' extraordinary Merino a7idlaiitsDOoasu.it, worth $1.25; ladies' Merino Uldics' white 75c, $ ladies' red Flannel and Pants $1.50 a suit, worth $2: at $2, worth $2.50. Men' ShiHs 25c, JOc, men's gray tUfl's hair shirts S5c 30c. JnTiJlSr,egi.terofthetr. m' s extra heavy fine Merino Shirts and Drawers Mo a suit, wortJf worm ol.zoi s all Drnmnrx red Flannel Shirts suit, worth $2 men's all fancy .$1.50 a suit, and all our l greatest in tins county. less than any other dealer in Stanford asks for the same Head prices quoted and come the only Jlrsteluss house wiiiteMcruio Ol I office-seeker- uraaes ni Underwear Cut Down Consult your own interest j-'eu tins its x."real oarsains dollar's worth uucru value. law-make- rs chance on the $200 Organ at the LOUISVILLE STOlt Main Stanford. moneu in uour lwrhpt you buy a ticket cntUlini you taking a hand in these a Manager. com-missio- n, Having purchased the interest of Mr. Slagg, will conduct the business at the old stand, where snaio pieasea supply the wants all patrons from a former ana ICE I ! n. Fain Oils, School Books, Wall Paper, Jeweln and Silverware at low prices, for goods. I have a good Jeweler, ready do watch and jewelry repairs in the best style. Full SStock of Drugs respectfully, W. B. MoEOBEKTS. s semi-weekl- JONES BROS., Stanford that The only Store r. the Farmer; 3 General Merchandise, Willowiuare, Di'ii Goods, Boots a7id Shoes, Fancy Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, and d Q Full Stock of Holiday Goods. JV . J? re-rat-ed JX d:r,ttg-q-:es- T!3W'WWXV'ilJdAJXa 21 9 ,. e SEW FURNITURE STOREI MACIK HUFFM iiPBOT .'t-ea- out-hiy-- 'Wo knowed he'd ii -- -- -... j ,. V- - J ,. .,. tT Semi-Week- f Philadelphia Buffered a half million Hometiiinh entirely new in fence wire was a hoii of John Waiiuiiiiikurnnii Iviirl's 11 youth ii.mieil Wnrri'ii, from NhrIivIIIu. lire Sunday, nt which several firemen MuKinney'H. nl Mucins it I'.irl whk u'liiiti.linl in tin. writtt 1111(1 were injured and ono killed. W. L. Witiibbh Iiiih another boy at li J Mc,jUOl , J. O. Kmbry wan fined $500 and sentlufm ailll tK. tie Kirl SlAMFOKIi, Ky., NoviJMIiKlt 26, 188U lioiiMc, milking the third that Iiiih blessed wmil on"nn, Mmrried Warren tenced to jail for )'J months for cutting .n. the union. Gaitnkill at Winchester. The case was FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. tried at exington on a change of venue. I am prepared to kill and drctw liopij a.o,VAi.TON,BUB.ManaRorl for (bote w lulling it done. Iamivu orderH tur- Kmbry was n candidate for State senator MelleaiA Kidler bought and the trouble grew out of a primary at my whop. M. P.KIkin. county at fl. keys in Audcti-oi- i . MEANS BUSINESS. ThoiiuiB 1. election. .1. S. Owsley sold to Nkiv lot of jewelry, watches and sil Wood feeders, 1,1'JO pounds at .". "May I have the pleasure of accompanettle-youCo mi: mid A. It. verware just received. All silverware lu'count Thomas K. Wood bouglit ol C. M. nying you on tbestniw ride, MissOreen?" runny. mild will be engraved at reasonable rates. Jones 11) bead of fat cattle at I'.J cents. saitl the young man hopefully; "your Watciikh and jewelry repaired and V. H. Mcltoberts. It. IS. I'eiiningttm bought of Dr. S. mother is going to chaperone the party." -. warranted. A. It. Fenny. Tub pupils of tbu Mt. Xenia school (.!. Hocker '.I'M b.trrels of corn in the Held She hesitated a moment before answerTiik best place to buy tlnis, patent medieineH and toilet artielen !h ut A. It. enjoyed a candy pulling given them Sat- - id I. HI. ing: "Don't you think," she replied nt 1'enuv'n. unlay by their excellent teacher, Mim Win. Hubble sold recently to Du- - length, "that if mama is going as chapiJuv your whool bookH, ink, tablet, Hettiu Thoiupkins. Heeeber erone it would bo much nicer to sit on villi, of Missouri, a paper, pvnclln mill school upplie of all jack for S!HM). the front pin711 while mania is away?" kimlrt from A. It. IVnnv. Don't wait 'till Christinas week to I The hog killing stMsoii comiueiiced have your holiday pictures taken, but at Louitville Krid.iy, when the p.ickers PERSONAL POINTS. NKW AW KltTISKM KXTS. iro to Kuril's Art (inllury now and be bought a.oOl) at :i.so. Mu. C. S. NiKi.it, of (trays, was in this will supply you with fine photographs J K. Wright sold to Dirndl, of Misfor Christmas presents at a low price. city yesterday. NURSERIES souri, a good :i year old jack for SAjO and BLUE-GRA- SS Ma. C. C. McltoiiKiiTs and wife have KXI wethi'is to Moielaud & Lee at :! cts. Tiik Liberty Press says Capt. Spradlln A full stock of Fruit anil Ornjmcnt.il Tree, moved to Oldham county. Mr. (!. S Mold bought of George I). Grape inn, Small Fruits, AsparsRUS, Shrub, and ttiiiid have reached Casey with thu and everything foi llie orcharil ami garden. We Mihs. I.i..ik Davison is visiting Mrs. line they are making for the Cumbei-lau- d Wearen ycMerdsy a ear load of corn at employ no agents but sell direct at low prUct to John McCluruat Crab Orchard. ltailroad, and makes a strong ap- SI 75 and U'O bushels of Irish potatoes at the planter. Personal inspection of our immense lock invited Description catalogue with valua. Miss Km.a McKi.waink. of Fmnklin, is me suggestions on application peal for the county to do all in its power IK) cents. K HILI.F.NMEYr.R, the guest of Miss Itlusla I'ortmuii, A. T. Nunncllcy bought of .1. A. t to secure the road. Lexington, Kv Miss Maiiv McAfkk lias returned and H. T. Ilanis 18 bead of , W.Vpound ! from a protracted visit to Virginia. Mtvii to the surprise of the young peo- - cattle nl IIJ and of I'orestus Iteid 111 of Missm I.imik inii Ida Twiiiwku., of ,,u 0f Stanford one of our most popular 1,110 pounds at same price. a GUOI) KARM OK in ACRES, llustonville, are with Mis Annie Mc- - j young gentleni.in will lead to the marri- J. L. Cogar on Tuesday purchased acre to go in corn or oan, 30ucrctin Kinney. U o'clock Saturday one of our ik altar at 500 barrels of corn from 0. B. Hawkiiw orchard gran, it acre ii In clover, 10 acre wheat, and remainder in 'I here U a house on Mit. an M us. Chapman Coi.km an, Jr., 'loveliest young ladies. The cercmonv per barrel, to be delivered in the farm. 1 hit n firit rlai laud. Apply to at H F. lINr.l.KMAN, Hubble, Ky , of Mercer, havu been visiting relatives will occur at the I'ortman House. J.inuary. Midway Clipper. 81 or II. W, lil VENS, bhelby City. Ky. in this vlcinltv. A war among the Columbia butchJohn Caimiiit It IN the Mim Maiiv ItnuiXMix. one of the nrct- of beef steak to 5 I ho A. Ireland, ('resident; (5o (. Gline Vice I'rendeiit, thu barber, stabbed (Seorge Hutcher ers has cut the price tiest girls in the county, is the guest editors of the Spectator C I.. Tompllnt.Sec'y and C.cn'l Manr ; n,'''K "U'1'1'." nigm. oecause, as ne cents and the '" '"" of Mrs. V. M. IlrighU It I" Woodward, Aitant Spc'y, claim that they are at last able to get a Anther M. haundert, Treaurcr; MijisitM.lt. C. Komi and It. 11. Craft, alleg. s, Hutcher had been bulldozing John K. Km.ell, M. f) meal. for a longtime. The wound is not sijuan; of lxinilon, weie down Sunday toseetwo him W. T. Jones has bouglit in this serious and !ibs will probably be lined mightv prettv girls here. county since Sept. 1st 180 butcher cattle; American Accident Mas'. Mam'ik Dcs s. of Danville, bus! because he failed to do his work better. Indemnity Association also in Louisville L'OO head, at 1.80, with been on a visit to her parents, Mr. and As ltr.v. ani Mm. John Bi:i.i, Giihon an average weight of SIX) pounds. Jessa Of NEW YORK. Mrs. .1. M. Meltoberts. Jr. wen driving to chinch Sunday night, mine Journal. tif .Mil:, Ol "HMIIlllKton .Mil. 11. .,1,1. n:,.l. ..tn..l I.. ,... .1 ..i, J. L. I'atteison sold to a PennsylvaPreferred and Kutra I'referred Kinks only are and Burton, (il,trVf county, with Mis, Drm-iMr. nia man "0 jearhng mules at J'.tO. At intiired nt a cot ol One Dollar ptr Month Indein-nilWM aNo llrivll,K. w0 Ornded I'rflerred Knk inaccidc.it Injur-unare visiting friends here. fJclltry.H ,lllw.y ;U1H wtvvhvl, but luckily Mullins' .tle Shorthorn cattle brought Include lUnlert, Merchantt, Stlomnen, Miw.(5ko. II. llocKt:it,of l'arksville. ,,,, ,w Wl,FWI Commercial Traveler, 100 and mules $1(10. nj,rt. Xoither S5(l to l 10, jennets ? ing nnd kindred occtipaticru and and Mr. Win. Hocker, of Indiana, have M(. . cSilonfli buggy nor horn was dam-Inre- n profetaioital men generally. Kentiickian. Paris ' visiting Mrs. Alice Cloytl. agetl. Tate A Catron bouglit I'- .- head of . Min. I'attik Ai.i.kn, of Memphis, who aged work mules of Duncan Bros., in MAXIMUM lir.NI.KIKv has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M.J Tin: candy pulling given by the young Wavuo county, at $110 per head. They aJl'SSuvan l.ii.i of I.lfo .$5,ooo ladies at Miss Lucy Tate's home, Friday ii Un timtolit Hubbard, returned home vestenlay. . .. . s DOO of liOLfS in Wavne I.usa of I land or Kcct . . .,....,.. . ... u. ... i t.uta of lloth Kyet ...'.....-..- . .i i.i. ocntsioii, ns . s.o-'V.KAHRS lias oougni oiu, evening, was an enjoyaoie .Mlts. w. t,oll(v t ;j tn ;jj cents Someiset Ite- - l.oai of Hand or Foot. . a.joo Permanent Total Ditahility . . Mrs. Mtxslv Hanllns mllllnerv at :Ijiii-- i all ol those oM Million entertalnmeiiw porter. ,ou I. of One Ke oo are. The candy. Instead of going to su caster and w ill move thither Dee. I. "jo A fair crowd wasnt Lancaster .court Im of Thumb or Index Kinder r.nner utner r itiKer.. oi IOO 'StjL'iiiK Simhov 1'kvto.v is agent for the gtir as it usually does, stayed in the de- I.O. yesterday, but business was rather dull. i.oi of lime not exceeding i oo Weeks, per Week New York Accident Insurance Co. and j sired form, giving the fair creatures uius- - A few mountain heifers brought li cents J5 wants to help you provide for a rainy cular exercise and the hoys lots of linger- - and a bunch of 10 fat eattle sold at I5 Apply to or addrest ' licking. day. cents. Ting horses brought 50 and " Miss l.ui'Y Tatk will leave this morn-- ' G. I1KODIE, Ii" the young fellow who got drunk mules from ?S.' to $i:V. . at nmg for u s visit to i , the use of A gentleman has hired ia8 Filth Street, LOUISVILI.K, KV. so at the iiouso of a Little Itock, Ark., to the great regret o1(i or- - I'.ilu Alto Belle, full sister to Bell Boy, willow Sunday night here. her many tier him out with the further injunction to breed next season for f (5,000 and has SALE of the entertainment given I . never to darken her door again, has any booked her to Alcantara. This is the by MIsh hllen Ballou, at Somerset, the ever paid for the services .'appreciation of his downward course, '. he highest price A AKCr. AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE Iteportor says: "Miss Horn Ballon, of '.' will ceitse to imagine that he must drink of ii brood mare for one season'. in Uaticaitcr, on Danville meet, the old Frankilellvertsl a burlesque woman s lin Inmtute property, suitable for a boarding The Versailles Sun reports that a house. If ald piopcrty U not sold . , , , , , order to he a man and stop in time to pmatclyor . ' niiriiii.t i.inr. 11 p.i ii iinuriiKiiir l lint piiiii "fcv" m iiiiu in uinini ti-rcutedfortheyeartB90.it will be sold at public partake of what has wrecked so many Boston firm has temporarily located outcry on Monday, Dec. 23, 18S9 at the court the auilltmce in constant laughter from there for the purpose of killing and house door iu Lancaster, Ky., that beinu county lives. beginning toend, and she was encoreil M1M.F.R A SANDIFKR. shipping turkeys to Boston. They dress court day. AddrsJ.V Miller, Lancaster, or J. I' heartily until she returned and recited ANfiiiiKK Iti'N off. Friday night, as and ship 400 a day and pay (5 cents lor Mi lli"Joro. ' another humorous lecture on "Apples. the K. C. train was coming down the them on foot. 'Kmployinent is given to Miss Ballon bears a strong resemblance grade to Dix Itiver bridge n refrigerator 2ft negroes. ! to her father, who Is well and favorably cir jumped the track and threw several With corn at '20 cents a bushel and known here; and her talent for humor- other cars oil", including the baggage and at -- :, the farmers around Hiawatha, :e ivr. ous iiuperrouatlou is remarkable for one p.isscnger cars. Fortunately the latter Kits., have decided to use the former for Hiss bought the rihl to sell the KurcVa Quilting counAttachment in Lincoln, t'.arrard so young, as wo are informed she is only whs in a cut and did not turn over, or fuel to the extent of half their crops, ties. It works equally well on all and lloylcsewing malcsof about lb years of age. In the Instru- the several ladies, including Misses Mol-li- e Mum liilvnnciui! the urice of the other machines; will do ten times the work in a day of any other manner of quilting: in fact it is one of mental inusii Miss Kllen Ballou was asgreatest labor savers ever offered to the female Fife and Mary Rowland, might have half ami saving money on fuel bills. sex. lie vtiII call to see you In a few days, 77 sisted by her sister, Miss Angie, of Stan- lost their precious lives. No great damford. ran over age was done, and after much delay the A Chesapeake A Ohio train & passengers were taken on the engine over and killed Misses Anna .McDonald CITY AND VICINITY. and brought to town. Baggage Master and Mary Mullarky at Cincinnati. KOW LAND, KY. ltKiT. It. Walton's ml. of the 109 horses whit h Keep constantly on hand a splendid line of Boyle was slightly hint by being caught Twenty-nin- e ... have made records of 'J:'-'-!) or better this FiNKs-rOpcKettle N.O. Molasses at between two trucks.9 Family Crocorios, season, bad no record as fast as '2M at T. It. Walton's. Baiif. H.inskoiii), who, Mil Kmbry And sell them at thelouest prices. Produce of all the beginning of the year. kinds taken in exchange at market quotations. says, stood at the door and was to.whis-tl- e A .kw shutter hinge at Higgins A Mc J. O. A. Smith, who, a month ago Fresh coods every day. (live us a call. if Mr. Ziinmer came out of thu back CAKUIRK A WATTS. 78 Kinney's. shot to death Marshal W. T. Williams, m I room while he was tapping the till, has Trenton, Todd county, was taken Hot! box bottoms, meat cutters, lard gone to join his confederate in jail. at jail at Klkton, Sunday morning STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. cans, salt, Ac. at Higgins A Mc KinWhen they and numerous other worth- from ' less negroes, who toil not, neither do and ivnehed by a mob. stole flEJ.'J.OOO All persons wishing a pleasant life and well ney's. J. II. Vincent, who pleased wife let them use Patent Flour made at Tkn TiiorsANii yards of calico just re they spin, but depend oil stealing for a whilo treasurer .of Alabama and is serv- Stanford Roller Mills. Call for it at your grocery, and if they have not cot it en hand, urge living, are haudculled together and takceived at ft cents per yard. .S. 1.. I'ow-- ' ing a l.Vyear's sentence for it, will peti them to keep It, or cct nn order from them and en to Frankfoit, it wijl be a hajipy ridget ii at the .Mill .111J 1 will guirantee a pleasant ers A Co. legislature 10 auow i" and interesting lamily m dance to Stanford. The proof was tion the V N. POTTS, Superintendent. 08 question of bis pardon. of Stanford, who we .r.x Cool-Kit- , Judge Carson to vote on the straignt against Babe and The stud barn of Webster & Son, at is n colored gentleman, has been fixed bis bail at !:!00. suppose Lewis Gibson, 1 1 til Farm, Kas., took llro and granted ii pension. RESIDENCE FOR the other confederate, is still at large, Orchard mm stallions were burned to SWORD four valuable Quit Mt. Vernon scribe sent us the fol- but a detective is on his track and he death Kveiitnoiind, Prairie Wilkes, Joo betore, lowing message yestenlay: "No news, will be in jail before thu end of the week. Iirkin and Wcaglmoun worth, it is es- If not sold privatelyauction onI will offer nt public no tights, no one hurt and all quiet $7r,000. timated, at MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 2, 1889, along the Potomac." The Old Dominion steamship, e square, my County court day, on the Mcllenry Floyd and Miss Joanna which leit New York lor Wed lU'iirablc house and lot ofc.five acres on Danville M A OKNTI.KMAN wllO took tile p.lillS to Caldwell were married at the bride's saufi.i:v. Wyo. strict, Stanford Luramie City. 76- - tin Point, Va., with to passengers, collided t thu sentiment in inquire home near Hee Lick Saturday. schooner Agnes .Manning, from FOKwith the favor of Col. Swope, as it unis in V. A. Adams, of Greenwood, and llaltiinoro to' Now York, and went to tho doubtedly is all over the State. Miss Florence, daughter of V. & Shcp-par- bottom. At least 15 lives were lost. AT of Somerset, were married last to raise money for a Tiik supper I will sell the house known an the "loll me. (ioorir diirliiiir." said Christinas present for Bro. Barnes will week. Mr. Louis T. Davidson, the enter sbo. shortly uflur tln-i- r miitvinyo. "Do be given Friday night, Deed. Contribuprising president of the Louisvillu Job you lovo me as mueli as over?" "Yos, tions received by Mrs. J. W. Alcorn. Printing Co., was married last week to indeed." "Ami do yon lliul any thing a than youc wifo?" in tho world deai-eHunters Bay birdsaro plentiful, butso Miss Anna Way, n New York beauty. , "unless It Ib many farms aro posted it is n little danAnother editor has joined the mat- "Nothing," wihl (leoi-goFor OKU THOUSAND DOLLAHS cash. Merchant Traveler. ne- rimonial band. Mr. Vasco I), llrowne, tho houso rout." gerous to monkey around. Threo "And how aro yo fnllln' tor day, The Cottage opposite tho Railway groes, though, went out Saturday after of thu Mayiield Democrat, was united "I nlver felt so noon without dogs and in n few lionrsJ last week to Miss Novella Landram, of Mr. O'UalTorty?" Depot, poorly lu nil my life. I'm too poor to 1(1 pnrtridges and II rab- that city. brought back If 1 hail ormerly ccupled liy II K. Miller, at the same bits. Tho marriage of Miss Georgia F.do-Io- buy tho necessaries of llfo. millions it's ivury ulut nv It that I'd place for KK'.lir HUNDKKD DOLLAUS of Hoylu county, to Mr. U. L. Kiiton, iash. Tik.sk of Mr. T. M. Ullard's family givo to bo 11 rich mun." "I'm will yo, of Indianapolis, is announced to take W'ho weio poisoned n few mornings ago Mr. O'HulTorty. If I owned tho whole Same cm he seen hy applying to Mr. W V Ken. placo on thu lid of December. Shu is thu nedy, Crah Orchard. wurld I'd bo wlllln' tor give. It away have fully recovered Except Mrs. Milan! (second daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. ti. J OTTKNHKIMfR, 11 llttlo pieco of land nn' 11 cabin pon Will, who aro still qulto sick, for and Ko. 30 Male Mretl New York Kdcleu. tluit I could call 1110 own." some of the cull'eo in whicif the poison Tho ulnrringo of Mr. JC. C. Walton, Many things aro roveriod in Ausis supposed to have been has been sent of tho Stanford I.ntekiok Joiminai., to tralia. It Is summer there while it Is to Louisville for an'alvsis. ono of Danville's most beautiful and ac- winter iu America. Trees shed their 9 complished young ladies is announced. burl: inste d of tholr leaves? fruit has My Now Houso on Main St., A dispatch was sent out iroin WasW. hington at noon Sunday ordering up tfie Our best wishes aro with them. Colum- tho stone or kernel outside; swans nro Stanford, Ky. Fur terms apply to Mr. Ky. II. Illliilins, Stanford, or to me ut Danville. Hut who an- bluol:; tliero Is 11 species of lly that bia Spectator. Thanks. HOL.MKS. cold wavu signal and saying tli.it the LOTTIE N. 3, mercury would fall to 111 by yesterday nounced it? You have to go away from kills mid nuts thu spider, and a tlsh culled tho climbing porch walks de! morning, but it failed to got hero, a rain home to hear the news, that's n fact. Princeton College students liberately out of tho water nnd, with Two storm coming instead, tho' Brer. Greoly IwUlilokcll mylfarm of 6j v situated oti !, nf ili llns. rtlimbs tho tidjucoiit the Lancaster pikatvo tulles from Stanford. 'Hie insisted again that thu cold wavo was Earl, from Kentucky, and McLood, from grass; u comfortnhle dwelling of 4 land U ivo uno. thu lm,e"- '.luit luiofliiUj.. ri'iiiuslsall iu situated upon It. Will tell at a bargain. coming, so you can get ready for your Georgia, rivals for tho aliections of a Jer: l'.V'l. fill. if. lili.M.UH-- , nianiora. sey lass, fought n duel. McLeod's second hog killing. ly InteriorJournal B AND HE SANDALS 1 I l,-'- 00 Artic3, Cum Boots, Cham Coats, j . SLICKERS, UNDERWEAR, Neckwear, Gloves, Miifllers, Over-all- s, Collars and Cuffs, Qress Shirts, Clothing in Suits, Overcoats and Pants, at BRUCE & McROBERTS'. Our Stock of For Sale or Kent. bluc-i;ra- Kifty-thre- e $1-5- s ' (,. SEASONABLE GOODS Is Complete. - , .. . Blankets, Comforts, Shawls, Underwear. HOSIERY, e ce fr ri, Mannfactu-rera(notwi- ir t ,- ... .. ' iMir-lo.i- d i ...- BOOTS, SHOES, &C. SEVERANCE & SON. two-mont- h i.i I ,,,,,,, ' ..... F. Gen'I Ajt. FOR 1 OR RENT. I. It i WM0l" Dealer In- - i iiti .In San-difc- Quiltinx Attachment si:m:s CARRIER WAITS, Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware , Confections, Tobaccos, &c. & 21 SOME SEftSfMBLE GOODS: ft. m M Raisins, Citron, Currant3, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, Hominy, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, Man-hatta- Monday, Dec. court-hous-- Salt, Sage, Pepper, saj-siha- Coal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. SALE A SACRIFICE 5- - & 7-BX- T. BARRELS FRESH SAX.T. Prices Always Reasonable. c Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, J. P. BURTON, Clerk. T. R. WALTON. The Great Remedies! KKET SI'ECIKlCcures all blood diseases, nuch as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat White Swellini;, Syvhilitic diseases in all lis maces. Necrosis. Aic. rrice ji per bottle. II AVIS IHON lilrTLRS Is the most nleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. Ii mm n.in.i..i it gives a Veen appetite, enriches the hlood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles and nervous system. I'rice $1 per bottle. GATLII'i"S WORM SVKul is made of the Lest worm killers and cxpellers known to ths medical profession and therefore recommends itelf. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. I'rice j? ptr bottle. HATLIKK'S MAGNETIC TILLS lor nil Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sid Headache, Ac. Acts as cathartic. J'rice j cents per box. Manufactured and lor sale to the trade hy the n TOE SALE. For Sale WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College lland, Telegraphy, &e full information. - Hook Ketplng, Short 1 Write for Catalogue and sfclllOll I sC LU UIOVIsLlsstli KY. 's nitely. These are a few reasons for tho re spect shown among us for murderers, for the contempt shown for law. It is notsufllcient that the law protect In all receipts calling for cream of tartar soda, substitute Royal Raking Powder. a man in his life; it fails of its noblest and purpose unless it relieves him of every Less trouble, never fails, makes more appetizing and wholesome food and is more ecoresponsibility to slay a mnii in his own nomical. Royal Daking Powder is specially defense. The law oilers no such protecmade for use In the preparation of the finest tion and most delicate cookery. It should have stepped in Goodloc and Swope with all its between majesty, declaring that if any killing R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. was done, it must be done by the State. One of the parties is reported to have DENTIST. said that he feared more to slay than to OrHceon Mam street, opposite I'ortman House, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide .is given for painless be Blain, and well he might. It is a terextracting. ror, we doubt not, .which conies often to STANFORD, KLNITCKV. men brought into antagonism to others this fear that some necessity will lie laid on hint of protecting his own life by DB. W. 13. taking another. DENTIST. Against this necessity the State should Office s?ut'i side Main street, in oiiice recently be an ever present refuge, but this will vacaty Dr. I.. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. . untU munJer js R , mo nuick- punished in Kentucky; until the , ly WALLACE K. VARNON, murderer is seen in all his atrocity, not 11 ' as a man of courage, not as a hero, not Attorney at Law, as an eminent and respected citizen, hut Stanford. - - - - - Kentucky. ns thp felon tl)at ,ie j8 condemned by Will practice in .hi the court of timjudadioiii. ho laws of the land to end his life on nr counties anH ihe ourt. of anoe.il. the scaflohl. & Stagg's drug more. iOtficcoer MfKolcrts site of an teg, and then add one large potato, grated in the flour; after the hotter is well miied. stir in milk and knead to the consittenfv of toft bisfuit Hntieh. break eff pieces of dough large enough to close over four quarters of an apple (or other fruit as desired) without rolling, and lay in an earthen dish (or steamer) and steam until the fruit is tender. Bake if preferred. to-da- y. She Was a Brooklyn Girl. The Courts, the Lawyers and the Jury SysThey were Bitting out in the park on a . tem to Blame. As n inntter of fact, It is safer to kill n licnch, which was tftii.tteil where the thnp it is to steal a shadow of a neighboring tree wns doing Published Every Tuesday and Friday man in this State horse or a loaf of bread. It is rare that the most good. They hail grown weary a man is hanged for slaying another. of counting the Mars, and a brooding si 82 PJBIl YKABJN ADVANCE .Sometimes when a man kills a woman lonce now hung over them. "Algernon?" or when he kills two men as Dilger did, twrWhen not o paid $2.60 will becharged.-"Yes, Mabel." he is adequately punished; otherwise, on "What wero you about to say last some ilinmy plea of self defense, or else K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. the false or perjured plea of Insanity, night when father tame down stairs?" TrAln leave Ituwiand at ; co a. in., returning the man with his hands red with blood "I was on the point of telling you Maat 5:30P-"- : bel, that my life without your sweet his performance. is set free to repeat For this failure of justice the bench is presence would bo a glittering blank, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. partly responsible. The Court of An- that you were the ideal of my fondest Mail train going North ,.li 31pm neals has reversed so many rulings, it dreams. 0 Mabel, I love, 1 adore, worSouth ....1 3' P" Express train " South ..uj7Pm has wre?ted to many statutes from their ship you." -- . ,.,3 97 am North ...6 30 a m original meaning, it has discovered so Loral Freight North..., "0 Algy!" South. "Darling, say you will be mine. Flee many loop holes, and split so many The Utter traim also tarry pasiengers. The above is. calculated on standard time Solar hairs, that, as tho law now stands, a man to these arms, my precious one, lice" time is about jo minutes finer "Hut, Algy, are you sure you will alcould scarcely commit murder conformways love me and never allQW any darkably to the decree of tho highest court, ness to come between us?" even if he tried. "Never, to. long as this strong right responsibility again rests Part of the with the bar. Theoretically lawyers are arm" "Hut, Algy, don't you think there is ollicers of tho court, but in fact they are "professional some darkness between us now?" nothing of the kind. The And Algeron arose from his knees and code, it we know wliat it is, noes not simply retjuiro the lawyer to see that his folded her to his chest. Texas Slftings. client has a fair trial, but it permits him There aie nearly 10,000 horses in the N to use almost ttnv means, such as run United States Armv. Of this number ning oil' witnesses, swearing a judge oil about 10 per cent, are sold annually be the bench, and, in one way or another, cause of their unfitneas for cavalry serNo dessert is more delicious, wholesome regulating a jury, that his client, noto5 per e and appetizing than a dumpling, riously guilty of a despicable crime, may vice or artillery duty, anil about cent, are lost by death. So in order to filled with the fruit of the season. By the use of the Royal Making Towder the crust is escape. maintain tho standard it is necessary to Moreover, our jury system is at fault. always rendered light, flaky, tender and dibuy about 1,500 animals every year. For gestible. Dumplings made with it, baked or The aeensen is allowed too many chalpurpose Congress appropriates aniiu boiled, will be dainty and wholesome, and may "fixed," or ig- this be eaten steaming not with perfect impunity. lenges, and 0110 juryman ally about $200,000. Most of the horses Rictirr. One quart of flour; thoroughly mix with norant, or obstinate, is enough to hang in the army are purchased in St. I.011U it three teaspoons of Royal Raking Powder and a small the jury and postpone tho trial indefiteaspoon of salt ; rub in a piece of butter or lard the and Louisville. The average price paid Semi-Weekly it Interior Journal THE CINCINNATI MISS. KATE KOGIJ& WEEKLY ENQUIRER la i Candidate for Superintendent of 1'uhllc Schools of Lincoln count)-- , Klectlnn August, 1890. $2,000.00 TO AGENTS SENDING THE WILL PAY I. I Ilrlnklcy la a Candidal!! or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, suhjcit tu the nation of the Democratic party, Klec.ion August, i8.jj. firilP i 'f vfyt cfij fc j Fl Largest Number of Subscribers between For Sale or Rent. Ihiri) I luce A ens of l.nud J'4 miles north ot S'anluri1 (iood box house. Also it stuck field of irr.iiM. eon.lstlnir of nhout in at re. Address W MKI'IIKNSON, Crab On hard. 7S - also pay to the HUIISCltllltiltS and March 31, 1890. To assist tho asents in their work, wo will Noy. 1, 1889, J. T. SUTTON n- CO., HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still In the business mul reauy t An anyhave a full thing in the I'lulert.lkliig I stock of Clc and Caskets ill alt kind, i .mil Kolxs wlm-lis nearly ofever) de criplKn Our lie new ls'ii he nhtaiiieJ n short notne. .Mr. J. If. (!ren li.i els .rg"f sir l.usnii-s- s and will show our good, to nnv one leednis' aiiythipit in our line 6ftf 1 For Correct, or as near Correct Answer as possible to the following problem.namely : Vhat will bo the total ntimher of in tho tirst 5 largest lists received in the above contest? It may bo near H) and it may be near oOOO. No one can tell exactly, but may e on it and guess nt It. WH WILL I'A V 9100 Cash for (he tst Nearest Correct Gutss. 50 Cash for the 2d Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 3d Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 4th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 5th Nearest Correct Guess. tOO Cash for the 6th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 7th Nearest Correct Guess. zu lash for the 8th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 9th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 10th Nearest Correct Guess. 100 Cash for the 11th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 12th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 13th Nearest Correct Guess. llg-tir- IN CASH PREMIUMS, $1,500.00 they btnin S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKON, ,MT tn. V1CKNON.KV. Office nest door to Whitehead's Drug Stoie. Special attention given tn diseases ol children ;;-- glvory, '. &:i and Sals Stibli Domplirvgi wifK Rloyal Baking HARRY A. EVANs, CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL STANFOKP, KV fFpft W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, K , Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hir on teasonahle terms London Is the most conven lent point on the railroad to reach places in th of the State. to in the mountain Engineering and Surveying in all branches. Established I 1825. Mer m.i Kowaer well-mad- Furniture, 'n "'sellings, Houwholdapply the s, tes, ndne, a. , t ! ' fob rarsintASTCiE for the 16th Nearest Correct Gutss. - - - Kentucky. I. ightninK clauses nttached and damafes paid London, 50 Cash for the 17th Nearest Correct Guess. whether tire nues or n"t, JKO II IIIU'CI, ARent. 17 50 Cash for the 18th Nearest Correct Cuess. I hsc mnstd to my new Hetl and am tietter 50 Cash for the 19th Nearest Correct Guess. than rsrr to accommodate the public, 50 Cash for the 20th Nearest Correct Guess. ood I.l.rry attached andesery cunsenience de100 Cash for the 21st Nearest Correct Guess. sail, sired. UUc m FRANK KII.F.Y. 77 50 Cash for the 22d Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 23d Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the24th Nearest Correct Guess. I is about $1 111. 50 Cash for the25th Nearest Correct Guess. jij fourth Avenue, MT. VKIINON, KV. Kvory yearly subscription received iront sum Jones discoursed on patience tti - November 1, 188!, to Man.li 31, 1MR, is en n This old and llqteljis still maintain Omaha one uiirbt. and said if there was titled to otic gue.vi. ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Sp Tho money will be paid out asnltorc, no one man present who never had spoken cial attention to the traveling public C. A. BENEDICT & CO., a cross word to his wife he would ask matter how far from correct theaiiswemiiiav a. I' NKWCOMtl, I'rop., be. It is a business problem with lulviiri-tac- s Sj tl Ml Vernon, Ky. him to rise, lly and by a lound faced, to no subsiriUer fair alike to all, early Well Drillers & Pump Adjustors, good natured man stqod up. "Thmik and late comers, as no evidence of what will "tan FORI), KV lie God," said Sam, "there's one man who lasttho correct answer can be had until the subscription is recorded. Well, drilled to crdrr and Pumps lurnuhed at never spoke a cross word to his wife." Subscribers not wishing to mate a ftuesw factory prices. jo LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Everybody took a good look at the para- may give that privilege to the Agent, in which case a diMlnet gon, when he broke thu silence with the be had between them. understanding mut I. M. Agents are not limited to any one remark: I havn't any wife; I'm a bachTHE LARGEST AND FINEST but can hare pajicrs sent to any elor. and tOO Cash siSi&iiiH THE RILEY K. U, HOUSE, NZ7::tCZ:V!tn1'"' Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. MLEY. Proprietor. WOOD WALLA8E, Kentucky. 11 Men's Outfitter NEWCOMB HOTEL. IoiiisvIllc, . THE GALT HOUSE, IIKLCIi, Post-ofllc- c, -- -- iivm, tint-cla- Bucklen's Arnica Salv e PEMY, I The lest saUein the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles, or no pay reijuir ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, I'rice a5 cents per bos. or money refunded Kor sale by A R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. Publisher Enquirer, Cincinnat, Ohio. JOHN R. McLEAN, m STANFoni). m KV. am, HOTEL IN THE CITY. S2.S0 TO S--i FOR RENT. A ctiple of elegant rvsims mi I.anr.i-l- . smulile lor oflices inil.li vr r hid W.t, V. 73 tf r travelers Onl) Horses and mules bought and ..Id. hor.esnnd sehi. les used In lis cry Also (sent fur hc WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTINC CO- - si'Kciai. Arrr.NnoN to commkuciai. ' RATES PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO ROOMS. Merit Wins. We desire to sjy to our Citiicns that for )drs we hac been selling Pr King's New Diso)er for consumption, Dr. King's New Lifel'ills, HucL-len'- s rui , sticrt. TUKKISII.tr RUSSIAN IIATIIS IN IIOTKI.. I.fll. m I ki:v.. ' ma.a ..v..s r.a . 1 i...... .va mm a i ...a. ' . J". H. HILTON: CRAII ORCHARD. Dealer In KV I I I . I keep nu hand 4 No Arnica Saho and Klectnc Hitters, .mdhae and Nut Coal tu my v'd never handled remedies that sell as well.or that 1 am s. .1 .Myers .tuiu hatcciNen such universal satisfaction. We donot ed to promptls. oj hesit.itH tosuaranlcu them esery time, and wc stand reajy to retundthe purchase pr'ce if satisThese factory results do not follow their ue remedies hate won their great popularity purely on their merits A K. Penny, druggist il.tv l.-- a ail tell..., L.ly 'tr,'., tncy t'l ie .lltrnU k . "ii r 1. . Mil. u. f rd .1 .. irirv J OnnrU -, --- TsTntinnn , Write, .- --, fin ns w.., - .c,,,"""of . K v IM'.ll, . Shoes. Oue.nsware. Iinwate, Furniture and a CNhms. Hardware. N, i:.M.c"V , 1 ... .. .. rioiicr r lurrw.rn. nuiti,. ri.hv.n.M others not to tre.psss on our lands without per. minion, as all such will e prows. uted to the lull. ,h " 'Kned. . .... , ntn 1. tf ii.ittti iwm gw iiiri r.n. ..Lt-.- . 111. POSTED. V, I Courier-Journa- l. KI.SNIO. Somerset axt!L ) Mr Dynainite is so insUtntaneous in its ac ItwasJuM an or,duurx:rap 0 wrapping pa On ft CnttrMt strort, at iire.nr. IRWIN A ii.l. .t.Kir.l.l (i nt.. h imJ an he 0. H. M'llOIJELlTS, AI. D.f lion that a green leaf can be compressed per, hut it saved her life. She was in the lal ubtamed .it a ta'i;ain Addle. ..r lall o " 11. ... iir.K .!. Itcp-r- . I.an STANFORD, KY. in the hardest steel before it has had time st.ii?ea of consumption, told b physicians that, j'jfA.mrs a iHf.ird. K ur ' time-One of the experiments at she was incurable and could only lis Ca short to flatten. n piece of ;(lfnieon Lancaster Street, opposite Court House lie weighed less than 70 pounds. On Is the oldest and mint popular jeientiflc arfl the United States Torpedo Works wan wrapper paper she reail ul Ur. Kings. ew ins Having removed to this place from Liberty, to nvHmW8 Vi'XlTX AT7-2l- i michanical papes published and hits the l.iritesl to place some leaves between two heavy, cosery,aiidot:iampleluttle; it hcliHllier,sriel t ' pratUe tils professum. calls the atlention 5TO-17?1 ine circular Inn of nny paper of its clam in tliu world. (yHeuitriitr MtwAigAurt Chicago Kt bought alarj-- boll e it helped her liipte, bought rul c ta thc fact that lie wsll be rcatlvat ssll hour ' Fully Illustrated, llest class ol Wood Kntrav. on a tlrm .mother and xw better fast, continued it.u.csnj day or nlirht to answer rails in town or ountry. it pieces of iron and set them logs. I'utiliMied weekly. Send for specimen A re.. wi.h to sell in raruiot is now strong healthy, rov plump weisuuig 140 Thlrtv years ofhls lite were snent in Stanford and coiit. Priee fin year. Knur months' trial, II. 'foundation and see what .the llynttsvillc and Kirkst rxiunds. For fuller particulars sctul stamp to ;ik 4 itillr. irom he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as MUNN & fO., l't HI.I."lll.lis,."v;i Uroadway, N.V Lancaster It is ilttfiM II nffl and the patron would do in forcing tho iron pieces to- this Cole, drucRtst, tort hiuith .11 1 rial bottles of fortahlc dwelling well ivaurml. uiclianl-- in (.ct. a physician peoplesurgeon A share uf nity isasked A A. 11 reimy s l.ousc. .table, age of the of Stanford and vie wonderful dl.covery tree & GUILDERS gether. A charge was placed upon Drugitore. .ill llie lire ss.irv c sriiKtit.es. I 'use rfl four by him 6jH I.eaiini; wthci tn. Edition of Scientific American. W t. ti'd ill them by compressing the gun cotton into J HANMII-KWt.M. 1'i.tuv.Ue i ton A sti'ur uliicli Ht'eiiib A great success. Kach Issue contains colored LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI lluiuimiplile plate o( cuuntrrnnd cut reslden. a cylindrical form, about one inch thick lift-iexliiliitetl at riuilifo, .Md. It ces or putilie bulldliiiis. .Numerous engravings H. Daily, Sr lire, to Travelers. - and full plan and specifications for tliouse ol and three or four inches in diameter, in 4 yeitrs old, 14 feet in length, 17 lisuuls such ns conteniplKle liulldlnc. Price tIM a your. J 1 1 ivj f i Jj cts. u cop . .ML NN A CO.. in 1 It III IMI Kit.". through the centre of which a hole is hili, ami WfiKlin l.OtW pottnilrJ. Not THE MOST RAPID ROUTE mafle for a cap of fulminate of mercurv, ontent with huini; a furiosity an to "HI. dO (illASS UOIT'l'K." Fser atien.ttrd between the xreai commercial E. H. 3UitNSIDIJ, Proprietor by which the gun cotton is exploded. helRlit, thu istw-'- lias suMftl thu THESH0nTE3TAHD QUICKEST ROUTE cities on the 'Kik. Kiseraml C'lncao, and hence Tho reaction was so great from merely of double joints in htn les. the Tastrst lime an I n. .t i.omrrtabte trains be. From yeirs experience? and Imvo luude over I? ee? " I1'".' l the South, or tn the West and ' CENTRAL KENTUCKY liaLUii npri intiuns for American and Kor. being exploded in the open air, that one Nil Hotel in K,mi ',y la,- 3 .Soithaell. lis 10 iiilcll.url of this train on ah r. Hun patent- - M'lul for llnmlbiH'l.. I'urres. Bogg's Ohorry Oough Syrup trunk lines is denominated The I. Lulled F, press anil it. pr.pnct'ir rletertiilut.! III. of thu iron pieces was driven tlown upon ondenco srr.ctiy cc ntldential. Tall P..ts l .re ini,.. niv.. .... he suterb rtslliiif shall b; iiuintaine. Is gitinB-- splendid satisfaction to the tiede and 1' ' the other so quickly and with such force thu sales are positively marselou, vkluih chh he TRADE MARKS. In cae y.inr mirk not registered In tho Put. that it caught an impiessionof the leaves you riu Iih.i our tu . nljes ami tickets. Say Mo. no other way except that it is accounted for cut littlce, apply in Mew A Cn.. tun! p.iire He h... recently a.' tu it. at ,o.i.... m non, del M'.non an.) nek to Moaofi. II v. ... luiiuedlultt ptnteeiN.n. ."e.id fur lluiulhool.. before they could escape. without doubt the best on the market. Ask fur, v in Mitcmnaey aust Hate a plmiwiHt tiwrncr. 1mio1, CIII'YItlllllT. forAddrtM charts, iiup e Uep it A. . and be sure you set the jicnmnu. etc, quickly iirK'Lui!. K O.MeCflKUlCK, Tool PAST LINK UETWEEN $ikiil:irl IrIox-In a ledger kept by Col. Swope, this R. Penny, Druggist ."IIUNX A: CO.. I'nletil M.llcltof.. ...I',"'1 astBer Airtnt, Chi. ago. ,1. City Ikkel Agents anl OITicr., (II ' It .VI signed on tho lly leaf LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI was written and Flrst-Clas- s M. ". S.V'j'v"- "'",1 Ut I"iivi e, Ky A Livory Stable A Good Ooutrh Syrup. under date of January 1, 1SSS: lOltltr.NCK i,me i , i incinuati, () Si:iIF.DlTI.F. IN Kl FKl NOV IT. l0 There is nothing parents should be "no careful To accoinmoda e the demaiWs of In 11n.rc.1tcd 'rise w'tw n book h one of my own about as selecting a cough syrup. ItevK Cherry transient pairorajr, liest urnoius irmsked No No. Ni I as; 'i ex sa Comm:ri.ial Travelers and others. invention, and it shall be a true record Cough Syrup costs no more than tho clmap mid (hs.Si.n. K K3 Dall L Sun. I ! C. owing to me, and when I die ferior nostrums thrown on thu market. Tho busts of all debts If R13 3 10 a m, none too jjood, be sure and get HKCSOS'CHKKItV ro p m,' ' 3i P'" I.ve C'uiciliiuti my executor may confidently rely on its COUOH SYRUP We lesip It on hand at all m R. B. I.ve Covington., 8 il a ml I 1,9 p mi ' 08 P m r5S -& p I.ve Falmouth.- -. 9 44 a Hi g 17 p ml g correctness. ime. A R. Penny, Druggist. SUCCKStDIt Hi il 10 a m lis i p m S 4" P rn Arr raris is to be honorable, corin r p Hsito My ambition a r p N N..V.M V a rect, prompt and systematic in all of my Alonj", coltl winter, tho buvurebt owr rVI'MIOHAEL, THE TIATTMR. Arr I.lvlimsen. ii i tju 5 m ZJPJP m hi) 5 43 t.ve Paris.:.". 0 to p n p Itl 1 Arr Winchester... is is predicted for thu V chic Only one Night out to New York. 7 jo p in i business relations, and 1 rely on these known tlteri, Itichmotiil.... fii Arr 3 Oll'lTH AVKNUE. ranges of iiiuiintains that Arr Lancaster...., 4 SJ P Solid VestiU led Trains in o o qualities, together with good morals, en- - slope. Lowhet-Arr S tanferd. ...... 5 V 1' on LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY a eigy and economy to secure for myself a haw never known to have mioiv w I.ve IxTclinioiid .. M P in p Q Washington, Philadelphia, J oj p in Arr ilereva.. siifhciency of this world's goods. A fair them, even in the dead of winter, nut The Nobbiest ii Most Styliah O Arr l.lvinuton.. 5 jKipru Ci' Daltlmoro, Now York, already covered with a white mantle, (Combination of then' qualities will sep . N- -. 5. Sttii nf Close cnunet lions for !toton and all points hatt No. 1. a a cure to the most ordinary talent an and have heen for several weeks. o csmid .suiitheail. r a honorable success, and it is worth more KFFKCTU K OCT. t 18S9, I.ve Livingston.. S uu Whut A Fortune O ' 10 15 a in y p I.vu llerea to be the possessor and to the world a in Is a L'lwd healthy, pearly nkin. Few lire aw.ue Richmond.... 45 Arr ITTlTSr. l.im ctthan the greatest talents or genius KASTWAKI). IlHlK' of the shirt time it Hikes fur a disordered liter to tl,M,. Kstirna Stanford .. 7 00 a in l. Ljyi,i 4(1 A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. A iVrick House ami i.ot. "'" M FOB, SAI.S I m fkla.s'p Cono ral Lino of Crocorlo8.ilsKNKvii.i.,r.tiMAN, a w MOI.Mhb, r.. Jtlll.x Fancy Candies. Cross lies. fee. P C. I'Akltlsll. iA J rnair, HAVDI.N. -- i'flf.' ?.?.' "Ywsra " VStl-- " ft ' Mr-- ...."'. 1 "Wuvet-ven M ..chime rorKoud. Pllll.llhKT II D V. HOI W (.AINrS Mrs. SAMr'JKD RICHARD Dr V t I.OCiAN. J II M JOSH ADA.'-- ! J "M'"Ji"l K I e ...., 111 11 I IP im j' it W - sUI?- gun-cotto- n 'i 11 f. NEW IAST MAIL i . - I I fir-cu- e s tup myrpr u nnr uiu uivw V b-- -rr Kentucky Centra! R. r , ; 1 i i 111 . sum South-Houn- S4 sj. msr 6$& i I stn.-- Tt., I ,l. and 1: (! I - I I f . in- E CD GEOGEGHAN. 4 :U.U ; M Routo ! CP3 11 C 111 sw. a 1 ' TO I"3 .S'lirth-lloun- d. M - - with-oitlhcn- i. 0 p tr-- ft) a o o cn P. ft P o a a p. a o 52 O O 3. re ryi Cm. to m IP co c a O Ul P a -- o 8" ifmWiXi W'rSSWtM p-P " p. ra 2 3 S. , ST tho favorite, and all of the "pike" betterH, "touU" antl othera fol-low the lead. If the howo wins it is at o ire said that the "talent hitthein hard" and if he loses it was a "dump." Hiire to be , ' cause blotches on the face, and a d.trk groasy skin. 11,,.. I,mI, ,,f III. OOD PURIFIER nnd The word "talent" has become n fix-- ! MAKKk .ii restore this organ to its ill racing terms and it is HOW Very I natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood lfirin.lv im..d liv turf rimortera throudl- - of ull impurities. It is meeting ith wonderful a. is. out the country. The "talent" people success. We suarantee esiry ooiiie. ny. Urutfi.t. . t nrt) followers 01 rucniKi James T. Oott, Cnrml, 111., Says tlinl nu. sniinoKPil to know all about the I dollar. doctor's bill.for his He paid thirty-on- e I ..rwl tlu.v lint I1..V . ....... v.. . ... si.,. ..,.....-- , ...s. J ....r. in nntt ..a. tm.l nm brittle nf llradtieliVs Ke- thfir inoiu'v on their knovvledne of earh ,i,a her morn good thnn all le Rei,ualor one h fhaiiees of winnini.'. hen one thc medicine she had taken before. II. Dale, or more of iw?u piofusaionnla go into driiKS"!. Carini, III, Wtite Uradheld Regulator Co., Atlanta, (5a., for particulars. Sold by Druj,'. the rin; ami back n horse ho In pretty g.st A. K. I'enny, Stanford. A. M.Swoi'K." tire ,,, HAT 1111 .1 111 11 Kser iroiijihito the ..it) nl l.on.sviile, now opn. includiHK the woild reunvrtiei' KNOX & JOHN B. 3TETS0.I & I.ve I.ve Lancaster... Arr Richmond. I.ve Itichiuiind.. I . 7 15 10 01 1 a ml 111 a I...u gij? " WM.AMMS&SON, 4 t,Mjrw'AV, LEXINGTON, L' - KY. eat tunnel under thu IllldfiOll river and within the next 15 iIllOlltllS it is calculated that people in a hurry tn reach Itw Jersey will enter a hole in tho Rruund, to bo excavated somewhere in the vicinity Of Washington Kniiaie, and . . .... 1....T1... it...s ... .1. !.. .; t Hiior. tinner me uiiimun river to tiieir tlintinatlon in a twiuklint:. at the iii T'iiit are t.T0 men constantly at work , . I 7 Pi 7 10 pini'7'40 pi'u I.se Lexiugtnn .. 3 45 P m Andisisomy own iiuportaliou of KmhI.sIi lints I.ve Paris 3 UJ Jill) 4 tl p lit " Morchead and Caps An elegant I no nt Cxnes und I.you's I.ve Falmouth . 3 13 pm 8 JJ l"n tn 5 6 p m 0 li'vm Olive Hill pm 4 o 6 30 p m S 4 10 40 pm Celclirated Uiuhrellas ulivu)s hand Kin. Arr CovinKton. " Ashland 6 05 pm " .17 pm ,' Arr Cincinnati 5 JO in 6 38 p m " Catlctisburg 6 to pm 10 50 pun ,. SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAr3. On thc.Masville Ilranch, .Vog. leaves Paris at " Hiintinittoii 6 jo pm it 30 am. ,. ,",, 8 00, a in and No. 11, at 545, p in, arriving at Arr White Sulphur " Charlottsiille.. .. "" "." (iloses and other Furs, a spe. laity O'lleri, mil Maysville at 10 jj, a in, ami 8 io, pin. No. ta 10 50 am '" " Washington.. . leaves .Maysville at 3,1$ a m, urrivinu at Pans at perfectk.-itisfa.tl.i- l sido of city solicited, t35 pm yn.ir.il. " llilllinoie 40, a 111. No. 11 leases Maysville at 150 and J St pm teed D'.n't tail tnonl'm N'()lll HA I Philadelphia These trains are 6 ij pm arrives at Paris nt 4 15, p " New Vork uaiiy except Minuay. 9 111 pm " Richmond, V.i. .. No. 43 leaves Lexington 1005 mil J arrises Paris t 40 pm ' OldPoliitComfurl in 4; mn; except Sunday V Norfolk No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm;.irrisesl'itlinoiith 7 10 pm: except aunoay. Why does a man's wife present him .n, 7 leaves riiiinnuin onnnm: arrives Cincin with twins? Because alio lias two. 11. ill tcc an except .Sunday. I rains leaving Lexington run .Notes.- - No. t runs ilal v betuctn I.exinii. at 11:45 H in runs daily between p m dally, ton and Cincinnati. No Sunday c nnect LIQUOU HAB wVnelfe.. DrtUNKENNE S8-TCincinnati and I.ixiiikIiiii. terfor Rtchmo,..!, Ky and points on at K C R the la but one IT-- Iti 6 mako connections at Winchester all the World thero Nun 1 mid 5S forpni1'ton -- theN N .t M r. lly Limited Vestibule from N euro, Dr. Halnos' Ooldon 8poolflo. I Yorl niilli.1.1 V.. 4 111HI.VS ., .LI. . ......n., ... I .iHr...... I su .lilt niisv.iv.il t.hia, Wushing.niiund i.viiiiuii. It can be Kiven in a cup of ten or colfee without JJ A 5 PEC Fit ' """c a' vllCF W I CCCFn .fl n m .iTY rtfJrOjEl. ktf IMPORTANT -- Trains of this line now arrive Lexington a Sit.. ,li kimwIedL'u of the person taknu it. effecting a I from the Central Union Passenger Fast mall from lltiiitingtc.ii, hi. C0,",eC,,n' " cal stations arrives LexlngionntW, Va an d all dal- speedy awl permanent cure, whether the patunt MrNfei-asranr's- i ' in, PA ' ' ly except Sunday " through tickets and biKgage checked to any i " , --.rJ.-iI'l'i.-- .- . Acetimmou-atlniiron, O,vo I lilt A. ... ....... w...... u. uiu i nousiiiiu I Iss I I A I IfllVI V U-points, Richmond, Ky.. ,ul point, and all local on C I any IVJlY ' For fullp irticulars address S. F. agent ol the Co. Uy. arrives at Lexington S:io, am, the K ex. have nken )e (;0Jcn hpecic j u.eir coffee f daily, II. MORSK, .r'r.MSfJliL,r.SlS.WEBS B. ' "ACON, , cept Sunday. For tickets, ratei and 'sleep l,, Iravelinifl'as.-B'rAm.car fflVoS."" Cen'l 1'a.sVrAgt., H reservations, etc., Lexington, Ky. QKHGERBUyrLRmQWllLBtWOlDLa Covir.Kton, Ky Jnect results Irom its administration. Cures icuar- TO"VtQMAU"Jwuora J30OK nnieed. Seril for circular aim lull particulars, ah mOM.ISVa,AeC"'-J.t.VARRIXt&SStmU.K. HUNTINOTON, General Manager, . 8. A. v;;-,Goj.db Sicihc Co., it) BRADFIEID REEUUTOR CO. .TtANTAEA. GKNKRAI. OFFICKS: liacuStieet, Cincinnati, o. Cha uber nf Commerce lliiilding, Cincinnati, O lauarAU aaucsan. , 111 111 . I . . -111 CCS. HATS .umK":"!" 00 p 7 40 p 7 05 p 2 jo p 4 ta p 10 p in I.se Stanford 6 10 a m in ; is a in 7 45 a m 7 no a in SSJ a m 9 U a P in 10 35 a p mlo 45 a in m m " I.esinKlou " Winchester " K. U. Junction " Ml. .Sterling .... " I'restuu .. KSlin. j ., .... 'I ,j win II pin 5 Daily I a Siin l n-n .4 11 ,u mil uu ini ji 11 n u i 0 to tun c p,n ADHELD'S 1 HE ' REGULATOR . ,1, e fORpULCipk t ,1,.,,,, "" w"7 7k.. .J PRfl'SC'SUPnRRW u-A- W.' ll rSfAvrncSctslrft.il.T nUnl . ' ' ' . s. )