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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889112901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. It Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII; Umh' rfW CFUB ORCHARD. McKINNEY. in Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY. HUSTONYILLE. 1). F R1DAY, NOVEMBER 29, 4889. LANCASTER, flARRARD COUNTY. -- Mrs. Hobert Young and Hun arc via- iting the family of her father, Dr. Win. NO. 83 The melody of melodies- mow death squeal of tht fattened hog. He v. John Fid-- , of Lebanon, - A rolori'il Wedding M. Allen hits Bccuicd himself an " town lust week. Tin1 jubilee and serenading lHt- - I'litln1 new stock of goodi and is woiking i day and night. cd until a very late lioui. Ilullmiin. The Liberty Prcm announces Itnolf li' A jirominent citizen of this place J. Walker liivein had a valuable a series of ineetitigH t tin Clirlh-tla- u jickcoltto die hwt week. Campbell six month old and in a healthy cotidi- - W very likely ho n witness in the cliurcli. ' I lay' lion. Do you think it could stand to be Soiitliworth case in New York. school in the Duncan lout a very lino milk cow. Misa Kate Kdltor M. I). Unction in HI at his John 15. Smith bought a lot of fat weaned" just at present? Holmes; district closed last week after a I On account of contemplated changes in the business about Jan. 1st, .Miss Coric Wolford, eldest daughter "0I1IC with pneumonia, though we hope hogs fn)in J. W. Hibb, Jr. at :i.0. Hall rnutuimtiu mill Hntinfrtctorv term . .. . a car of..linga to uni-- 01 .vir. nreru vtononi. was uuritti in tneiI. " 1. 1. .......i w. - soon, i ' Tom Itubinson, living neai I'reaeli. Anderson nliipuetl The personal property of Vm. Law-- . ersvlllo, had his house destroyed by (lie cinnati Monday and Kininett MeCor- cemeteiy at this place yesterday. Con-- ' - sumption claimed her as another of its) son, deceased, was sold at public outcry place Tues, mack a car of cattle to same O.lHllll.ll uiizlit. ... his I .... .......... residence Wednesday. victim. Mr. Will Curtis has grown tliou oiuuy. Hugh and George Mason, of ChicaIt seems almost iliereilalile, lint veiy Nora, little daughter of Kev. N . 11. dialling out beet and ragout to the mil Have inaugurated a Rowland anil has given up and At rah Davidson, died Saturday stttancf to say, our little city seems as go, were at home last week to attend the load boys at though it wad nuver healthier, and has funeral of their father, Hon. James H. his bcirdingdiousf and relurn-- d to hbi morning and was buried Kiuulay in the Weep not, dear been for some time pwt. The weather Mason. .MeKiniiey cemetery-- . farm near here. -Jo 1. Sandiforis spending this week a dollar's worth parents, Nora is at reft in that home has been such that would be likely to Kach purchaser of at home with his family. He is still en produce an epidemic at most any time. are not Known. of goods at J. II. Hilton's store will be where pain and Messrs. 0. Jl. Held and Uoyle, of thusiastic in his opinion of Middlesboro's Intended to sweep an enormous pilo of goods into cash within the J C. IMilliucr, the rallnud cnntr.ic given a chance at his fCO cabinet ma- next 60 days. We know just wjiat it takes to grind cash out mersecure it by tor, spent Monday night in our town. Danville, are at Mr. Samuel Iteid's en- success as a city. bine. Try it, you tuiuHt Hev. Lapsley McKee, Jr., ls?gan a John S. Uoyle. and wife went to Dan- joying a hunting expedition. Dr. Kd Alchandise quickly. You have to onu dollar. spending meeting at the Presbyterian Two negroes, Hob Fish and Hill Sin- ville Moiidav. Miss I.i7ie Fishbume, corn is still in Alabama attending a protracted church last Saturday evening. Klder J. gleton, got into a tracts Saturday night of lloanoke, V.i., and Mrs. F.llen Webb, I "course of lectures." MissClaudiu Dryo, of Mitehellsburg, are visiting the Rich- of Hradfordsville, has been with Miss C. Frank preached Thanksgiving sermon a picklo-disin town and Fish carved at the Presbyterian church. over Singleton's eye, for which he paid ard llihh and O. J. Crow families. Miss l.i.zie Drve for a week. -- Cards are out for the marriage of j Thurtnoiul came up from ijoinur-se- t Helen $7 60 and con! in the pollco court. Cut tlic Life out of Prices. There are many reasons why we FAiWaND TRADE ITEMS. Miss Addie Folger, formerly of thiscoun-ty- , And Saturday and U visiting MIwh I.ydia Chadwick ft Indebted to All can afford to do all this. Ours is Mr. Artneudt are earnestly requested to call and Itelle Lewis. Mr. Gibbons, of Dan J.S.Taylor, aged 77 died at his II. to aMr. Slirivers, of Illinois, on Dec. If Shrivem proves as uood a bus. at once and setUe. Our business rela ville, and Misa Jell Howell were her-- ' home in Wayne this week. band as Miss Addie. deserves, they will setSaturday. Mrs. Sam lliioton and chilclosed and we mint tions have Winchester has shipped so far this pass s happy life together, tle up our business. Wo hate to call on dren, of Kansas, are visiting Mrs. Hus- full 80.000 poUnds of turkeys. Pride alone would prompt us to see that ho other Attachments amounting to .",000 i Of this section. of Marion, bought of C. nn ollieer, but will have to resort tosome ton and family at this place. J. l Crow T. S. Jones, establishment should snatch our laurels from us. Then again it is fivorof the Woodford National Hank, of W . II. i is erecting a lominomoui suime on for S!5. means to get our money. s.iiIMko this people who have generously sustained and upheld us to a Versailles, on the rear of his lot. F. M Ware is in the Jt T Uwki.r mUl jh,)Mt f of James A.wcru levied Tuesday property of success never attained by any business house in Lincoln Anderson morning J. J. Foley, of Williamsburg, was titU's xhu wt't,k' Uoyle, II) yearling lieifers at iSM. county, in the Same Length of Time. So Gratitude should prompt early. The property covered by the atd of here Monday and liouglit a " "Hlion bought of William tachments consists of It acres of land ' MT SALEM ' us to be liberal here. It is not likely we will make a nickle tHe rest 'hogs, which he shipped to that place bickey a pair of aged mules for IlIK). near town on the Danville pike, the of this year, and we can afford to Lose a few dollars, but we will Wo learn that Mrs. Sallie Austin,! Tuesday. Mersis. Doores iV I'arrish ..T. Nuunelley bought of George late residence of Mr. Anderson and the Sell a Pile of Goods. d of hogs and one of w ho was taken to Somerset a few. days it.fl,ants a lot of shipped one steers at largo tobreco warehouse and lot on ' d The first thing is a whack at Dry Goods. All through the Staple De tattle to Cincinnati Tuesday. The Urod-he,a- d siucc'by a U. S. marshal, was released ,.t.nrtt street. The debt for which these bought Hiul returued to Yoaemlle, flho'iiaviog partment we strain the point to see what is the very best grade we Holier Mill Company lins M,.l.eod A Anderson. l)uisville attachment were issued is on a security governuient license to soil li- - ,,ae(.0 tmvn,t ,i(Vl. ihousamf bushels of wheat in can sell for any price named. several for ft AT)l0 debt, Mr. Anderson indorsing for his . this locality. n"-ninoiinl. l)iiisville partner, Mr. Mcleod. We The best 5c Muslin; the best 5c Calico, worth 7c; the best 5c Check -- Mrs.Juliua MoWhorter. uged about Hev. J. Lapsley MiKee, of Danville, R o. Govur Inw bought in the last sincerely regret these llnanciiil troubles Shirting or Gingham. Special Values in Winter Jeans. Great passed through hcrv Saturday en route 3:1 years, after lying a long time with w,.t.k large bunch of .' and bargains in Canton Flannels; also in all wool Flannels. Splendid have come upon Mr. Andersou and hope Win. ( Crttl(. at i t.tH home to see liU parents. For the past paralysis, died at her bargains in Dress Goods and attractions in the Clothing Departyet he may come out with small loss. three years he has baen ovangeliilng M. Kstes, on last Thursday evening. Her n N- - 1nlHitt boitKlt of Iluriis A ment, such as have never been displayed in Constable Huffman, of the Uryants- Men's Suits . .. .1 coiore.l urntlier and Overcoats; Children's and Boys' Suits; Stanford. Cheap Pants, south eastern Kentucky and ha done remains were taken to the Itiplist ciiurcu iitinn. 01 ine v est I'.uii. 10 nean 01 uu ..:n.. . :... , Fine and ""lugm ... """ toward estab " . M l.l,ll.....rvnn Kjlnnlnv. whore- fmier. came .u .tj cuius. - j' more than anv other mail " hero Tuesday, charged with stealing a All at Lower Prices than any House in this section can afford to al s.'rvipcs were cjmluut i.l by Khler 8. lishing churches ami orguiiiiting Sunday-ttchooWin. Herkele bought ef Jo. Hrvant, pair of pauU from Dunn name. Hros., of that , grave-- , In Knox, Clay, Bell and Harlan A. IJuttatid taken to the Hirnett Aq ,)0r of rit,rrun( n fiL.(l of L.orn llt place. The trial developed the truth of Every day this year will be a Big Bargain Day with us. If you want with your yard, followed by many friends and rela-- i imrrel. Advocate, counties. In an interview the charge and that the coon was wearto save money sec what you can do in Shoes and Boots with us. Sali-correspondent he talked enthusiastical- lives, and interred. of a number of lots of hogs at ing the pants while on trial. He was .. . -- The ni irriage of Thomas Kail to the , ,0 0 nI1, fll,,n )f tvvAnK rMU. at Men's Women's and Children's Shoes of best work cheap. ly about hti work in those benighted losentenced to the work-hous- e for I'D days , ri,M,rfe,j calities. He tliiuks that then) ii not on. Widow Hilton, of Yosemite, took their i., in t,t. Winchester See our splendid bargains in Hats and Caps, Blankets, Comforts, &c. by County Judge Walker and as the by aurprisf. Thn courtship :h ()1.rnt ly llnaneial ibivelopineiit going on there, Call in and iook whether you wish to buy or not, but don't do yourpants were the property of the Dunn but religious and educational develop- sid to have been very cjuileusvil and! At Mattinglv's sale in Maiion Hi tiros, mid the prisoner having no others, self the injustice to buy until you see what you can do at him a 7U; the court wan compelled to buy ment. On his leturn he will accept the devoid of roliuiico, only one visit anil IIM,t.rt )rolu,,t cio.'j;.; colt before church at that biisinets. Mr. Nail was always pastorate, of the. Pirabyteriiiii i,r0) mates $,10 to I00 and corn in pairthe rock he could leave, the court-roopile, and to facilitate matters lor husiuusts man. The allalr waicelobratod , .j,! s ()- - ,(, j. ,,. .staiulard. Harbourville. the court purchased the pants on the night. STANFORD, KY. Miss Marv .Ncwland will leave for by a grand charivari on that ir,u.r. nf Kust Hiekiimn. sold to prisoner and paid the llrni and let toattembchoo'. Here is luck and happiness to you friend t, i.c.x;,tltiii htwk Yards Companv, "hn wear the pants of his own selection Ihchuiond in a lew days .. .. V .11 .. . ..11 u. mui-. ...,.....u.;i: three hundred barrels of corn at SI. SO1 .iu, m muj u .1... t:..i Mr. Aarou UbapiH.-ll- , of Jjist uernsiaui.i ,.,. , . 0 . , ' "--' omun, ... queasier, .l.a..i,.S.,rt.T..,,l HtopiK.il overbore to see his re at ves hist ties WHICH may result' lrom una union .i..liv-r...- l ' ' lV-.T. years. " . ,,i,r".""",u" -- Green H. Morris, the turfman, wilt week onjiiii way to 'Anderson county, le a blesilng to your Inclining , , . j in in ooii oouuiii some where he goes to continue his work for N"c1l'W Wninn. a clerk of the Brooklyn i mucin. -- A rv. Tub Tuiimi'IH 01 liog-- j of James Wilmot for Mnger .Machine Co. W. W. lVim, Xew Vork hu,k to get the ? : maikable instance of surgical p.og.ess, and some of H. C. Walter for He not it of the L. N., was here Monday. Miss check for i,l. cashed. which occurred in the practice of pr0( " :5:lo. (ieorge V. Bright went over to Ins' Haekley is visiting Miss Neville (.'arson lPtuiiy with the money, von Hergu.ann, of Berlin, the other day,' place Saturday morning IJrodhead. Miss Lizzie Davison, of at ",", higher and in some work and whilu theretofoilassit in Lnt l' :,r' is reported. The profeM,r had two pa-hulph-i-Stanford, was tlje guont of Mr. John ' -- tiitini.ti, butchers mU'r and uncoiibcious to thu ground. Hei tients who wore simultaneously brought Is Receiving His n several d'ysvtlus week. Misses one requiring am- - M"K 'I'jniwl from 11 to MB and was HiHfcliless and almost lifebss for' are to htm foroper.it.ohs, Naiintu Kennedy ami KTntU- .innn he! I,erH ut ; ,0 "l" boss are lower, with 3.tt sometime. He wascauitd into a of tliutliiieli at the hip joint,. cabin visiting in Danville. John Corloy, the of Iho huU.rllN forod packets; sheep are active at 2 011 the farm and Dr. Travlor was kimi! other needing .1 . tO jothest of drummers, was ttadiug with . ...... ...it ,t tl.t. l.tll... 1...IIUT ......1 .... for. Do is better at this writing mid it Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, .v... .. ui mi .v..t Itlilinniuu .. ! . Give him a Trial l I .1 ..r uuII -....- M.I. .1.. -- I .1...- rp s our merclmnta tbw week. Mr. Ilehlen, extensively ituuiitii , KHU-uu-iidH.... , MmMw. ,.ill I II .:..... diseased. The first opera-- ' lawyer of laiisville, stopped Cat-- I ... .. ... .. a young ho carried to l'ulaski to Ad soon. .....-, tiou to he done was the amputation, and ponies over hero to see Lawyer Jio Blair and immediately afterward the surgeon pro-- ron for $2:5." and the re'st at an average of ried some da...W...V. .'v.iuiiiujii itiia iiuuv Hugo to A C. SINE. one .Mr. l'etsifer, J.N' MENEKEK w heie They belonged to W. H. Miller, of Gan-aithe two left Sunday for l'ineville, cooded to excise the diseased poitioti of :7 county. Dr. Cartrlght, of CSt ii..... ....11 ni.iiii it lnu 11III.... ntiil It.M.tn nt ....!, 'n'i... IL'PIIII HIr tl... I........ who savs he lost more than $100 in good Junction City, visited Dr. Tniyloi this ' V, "" V. III IlltJ l.mi .. tho hiimcruK. s OllCO 1 10 prac co o. u e.r jiiw.u, . , mWN4iftty tn lllnkl. Knp money, besides a good deal of grass, on week und gave us a pleasant call. J. .1. W8 9 Dealer In C Waton took in Crab Orchard and in the biuie; but 11 piece of the ..... ,. the lot of IS. Walker sold L.d l.oge cattle to Tom foi On the Winchester market Mondav Wood foi .foU ,,1.1 .some of her citizens' surplus shokeN Iwmi. 1.1n lnken from the limb which bad iiuad, weighing al out the "cheapest and newsiest" one day lust been amputated and fixed in the! tu' l'Mh'' w,th w,w ,,s follows: II l,o00 pounds, iiok. J. tv. Montgomery good feeders, I.tOV lbs., S.'.'O; 111 fair feed- t'lis week. L,allis, will preut.i ut Kush liianch unothti gap, by which the continuity of the hut ivo ..c " "" The death of Uncle "Bully" Mason moms was completely restored. IVrfec-unio- u 11 " iiA 11.0 iin'il.r.n,.An.H..iLl1nK "" if year us it is the wish of all. Siuidav """"" 33X.XWTDS at Lnncaatorii fovvdays ago recalls an Ins., ;...)-- , ;i good leedeis, i.lou ids. school at the school-hous- e took place and the patient is having an Mouldings, Scroll Work, :i.,,74: S extra feeders. l.JWl lbs.. :i.51: !K nnecdoto told to us several veins amusing , ...... 1. ... .1. useful iinn. I'all Mall uipiuiiinnvi mm jiiiijiii i.iiui. .mines "p a 1 'U'TSTT1 comtunn steers .OS; good yearlings $17 ICngleiniin sold a ao by one of the gentleman's most intebay mule about 15 It was while I'licle "Bulrn ito friends. to $L'0. A number of private sale of hands high to L. Cedar and Locust Posts. Hutching for s. t. M r. :!.!V to .'l.."0. of the Comer Hotel. A much ly" was proprietor The I'iilt tiim. to Am k.m hoes were made at . W c will carry a fu'l ttorl. of ever llun foinul in a Lumber Vuril. Dunbar has gone to Uus-e- ll county and Ararat has this autumn for better feeling prevailed among cattlemen will be missed in our lodge Quo crisp November inoining I'nelo BulA. C SINE, Iliikinen MaDiger while gone. ly was standing behind his counter when the first time, been ascended by 11 young and all offerings sold at prices ranging Levi Hubblu and his daughter, Allie, from to Je higher than last court. A will start to Coloiado Col. Bill Klkin dropped in. Col. Bill was girl. It seems that the forester, Mlokos-sevitcA soon, to spend the accompanied by Ids daughter, strong demand for good feeders with in- winter. 189O. a convivial fellow, a kind of Souter John There came a .letter to our of ' We will prn.icute to the full extent of the law " li- w ho is onlv 17 years of age, and by his adequate supply. Sun. ny and very fond of a "swlg'of good eiery person foinul on our land vtitli un and fice some days ago marked "Tho road to I (J. S.YN'N do or ner quor on a frosty morning, or to be plain, j.0n, a boy of H, undertook the ascent, S 48 Heaven," and Frank Fugleman exclaim-- 1 Mr.AMU: TUCKKK. BlUI)K(ll!0OM. l'K.VlTICAI. "Now A of three Kurds. The at any other time. This was one of Col. ; t1L. ed, "On tho wrong road I" But I am in- IM.USTKAIEP mornings, as ho called 'em, strength of tho boy was exhausted when then, Jennie," said tho biidegrooni to Bill's "oil" I89O. clined to believe it ought to stop some when ho wanted something bracing and tlity arrived at the height of 1,000 feet thn brido after thoy returned from tho w nero III I.IIICOIII COUlliy IIIUl Shakupeare of Hilwin perliaps at he new didn't lmvo tho vvhoiowithal to purchase )md tho father atopped at the height of church, where the knot had just been Hubble, for if the "Gieat I Am" was In A AAllDCVShaLrprare-t-presented III Harper' Maga lie ... tnr .il.i.. .vltl. iV, wits never foroook mj,-)!-) feet. The young girl and tho tied, "how many brothers have you?" iiarew i..in ILI.LV1RATEI) it. But Col. Bill's al arranur Harper' Mapajine has alom de "Biothers!" exclaimed tho brido in sethisceiltropost.it WOllld bo not far. menu witli Alphpnie UaiiJct, the spoci greatest of li- at such times. Knowing lTneU' tlueo Kurds, however, continued tho him .. f,... tl.lu ..i... ,.l .1... .1 Hartcr itVtvckly ha .1 vell et..bulied place a nn;iu mu iiiieei-uiiuiioI haven't any "ul" "" n; French novelists, lor the exclusive iiunilciilion the leading illu.traled newpnpr Bull's fondness for fresh game and his ,wi.t.nt until they leached the top 10,01" astonishment; "you know Amoriu which n.ako the garden spot of creation, Thf fairnoi 11I its .he'LVt cumuli nth on current brothers, I am the only child of my pacue in keeping a good'tablo he approach- - f(.(t. There tho gill fell ill fiom tho iKilltics ha eirned for it the. re.pect mid confi join. Will. UrCOVer llllS sold his COIIl 10 "l Uc rainntikTattarm ' The mnry will lie tian. dtnci'ot all impartial reader, and tin: Miriety and hiinand after pilaveriug a bit on the jntunBo cold and in the decunt was rents." lateil lv Henry J ame anil illiitrateil hj- Koui exiellenie ef it literary , contint niich include 1 know, that, but bow many John Miooiianiore "Oh, enal and short fttorle bj the best and moM pop. weather, luck, &e., remaiked Incidental- - obliged to depend upon tho Kurds for it neMlette in field. John Bright has taken some I V L) Howell will contributenovelette In two ular Million, fit It lur the perusal of people ol the tline part anil LaUad.o Hearn a lytliathohadsouiofiuef.it rabbits out" support. St. lVtersbuig Cor. London young men did you prnmiso to bo a sib-t- thehead of 000 t raiijc of tafte and pursuits. 'I he Weekly L'o pound catllo to feed 12 pari entitled "V lima,' hnlvniily illutraleil iiippltinetiis sire n't his place and wouldn't he liketohavot lnily News. to before you accepted me?" In ilhuiraleil paper, totickinc mibjucm of cur. and alue Np of remarkablo variety, u.terot expenic is span-- to pcem "Well," leplied tho bride, smiling, "I months for what he puts on th m at 1 rcnteientu, anil In Hi hort stone' mainuili and Mullen order of artistic ability to bear hrlnir the Tncle Bully said that in-- 1 11 dni'n or so. 7""", T upon the It will 1 11 ;-l l' Mibstance which, thinK I must have about half a dozen cents ier pound. Clarciao Smith was timely article, the Magv-nllltiMrMion of the changeful phases rf home ard vi"NK,leed he would, inquired what they'd bo Hell known .taiulard. forrUu bi.tory. A Mexican romance lrom the t hues sweeter than bh- iiesented another fine boy by Dr. Travknown.h pen of I'homa A Janvier will appear in the brothers." worth and said something about sending Weekly in 10 :.... wir. s beuinning to bo felt by the beet i ., VjUI. mil urn iu; muitir "All right. You just drop a note to lor Wednesday. So he is one of the imii Olll IOr lUOIll. lVr car many to bo thankful on Thurndav, HHKar manufacturers as a veiy danger u ..u mn.mv m.o0i. 1.1. each of them and tell them that brother $4 oo LIT Hitrper' Ma'anno llli inn invii'ioiin tn w it is stated that in Gor- - and sister business is all off now, as you oa ...1 .t... 1.0. ...... 1.1 inkn DinIVr Year : niv nni i... !Oiis eiieuiv. Harper' Weekly.. Ull lllllt IIU nuillii 1. tl :.... t Frank Tausig, a Hebiew, who nini-rie- Harper' Harper' Witkl) . . . ,... :.... 4 no $4 o., .1 llaar ..1 Ulliui hjsivkiiik vvui. t:ii manv. a reanv. so iiiiicu micuiiuuiiu " have got a husband. If they want sisimii (IrillKS, IIIIU IIIO a Protestant, and was in conse- llarperV Voun People 1 00 llarper'n Majtame . I been .. 4 01 imulu as to render 5,000 tons of ters, tell them to look around among tho turned olVonoflparklingllagon and then a to llariersl!:iiar It is principally single girls. I'm all the brother you quence cut by his race, became despondtill tubstrilnri. in t'niti'd Staler, Harper' Youti another and repeating tho operation ever beet sugarsuperlluouH. 1'eople I'otis t ou ent and committed suicide at Pittsburg, Canada or fric, to vvhtlu he was" in town, got' employed in tho preparation of fruits and anon I'mtac free to all KUlicriber in United State 11.. need." I anaihi . night on his rabbit r Mexlui. louring drunk before '" j HWt,ct ii,1U0t-uIt is not n food wiihthc 1 he Volumes of the Mrfgimiu! 'I he illume of the ear trklv U inn with the firt JlldgO JlUlleo Ollthrio Coke, of tho number for June and December f Stanley, tho African explorer, has -- tuff. Indeed, it has been condemned numU'r for January r.f each ear. When no tunc m. wm ran wipuo When no time is .. ,.- is mentioned, sulmLpption will beuin with Ihc lit the time of re safe nnd sound just as everyi"wu) . " ..u... " ...I tf.n wila tnc immucr currvui fitomach for Bometliiug fresh, sont n no- - by eminent medical authorities 11s direct- turned up nuiiilar current at tut eol reteiptor order. Il Ifli prouauie ciiniiiuiiie to lepiesent i.ogan ccipt of order. 1I011111I Weekly for thrc-iciVcl'.irie of Harper um bov out to Col. Bill's after tho rah- - ly prejudicial to health. Tho sugar man-bit- s. body had given him up as lost. liound Vtiiumetot llarptr' Magaiun for three county in tho next Conatitutionnl Con bick, in neat cloth uitnlins, will be sent bj year back In neat cloth binding, will be sent by of "Wlmi'H Mars ufiu.tuujre nreof th0 opinion that sacclia- To tho querry Heavy gales aro prevailing along tho Cloth null pitpaid or b expres free of ixpcn tpro. iiiiitl, postpaid on tecelpt of $JJier oluiite , the New Knglandand Middle Atlantic coasts vention. His distinguished grand-fathercases for bindlnu 10 cent tttch by mail postpaid, vided per Ireifht doe 1 not eiieed $1 per ulume, volume indix to Harper1 Mutfailne. alphabetical ami - fu'i; whoso ;iamo ho bears, presided with Lloth t ie fur oaih olume, suitable forMnd- lytiial and classified for olumt from I to 70 in.(plied. "Oh. yes, his rabbits are here; France, Italy and Portugal are alieady and on tho lakes. In Dakota tho ther marked ubility over the convention on rccrlpt of fi Inn. that cluslve. fron June, 1850, to June, 1S85, one vol , ,uc,, will t.rsent I.) fiail Wednesday, registered H mometer. to catch 'em. Thoy aro couteniplating imposing u tax upon it. but you'll have , ..,., . . .... InMiicd tho iiresent Constltittluu W years "" cloth Sj i 1.., .n.- - ........ '. li..n1n ....., .!,.. 1. i. - in tlio Iklds." It ..n:i .u..v.wv running looso out thero degrees below zero, with indications of, llemlllances nouiu ue uiuv i . .1.1. .! ..I.l .L. .. rl umr, ..t uiu avoid cnance ui io unint thl order or l Is Kiid that Uncle Bully wasBocomplo.to.. A tc(jt cag0 is to ,)0 ,na(lu n k,188 W below by this morning. In .Minni-- i nK"i J""KJ wohiu iinn no nun-sot- eyNfwsiuperdrall tonot to cop) this mlverlisemetit ' Newspaper mmuiu to copy 01 m. , Ttisement are not arc t1"-wuhoiti tho espies order ofllarpor llrcthc r order ol HirpiT.V llrothers, -!;?i,.!"!!i: Indiana and other c"y ' Wisconsin, ' l"W"t scat in the ivi'tlmut tliBoiiire IIAKPr.U.VIIIIOTHKKS. I II U1'H A ItftOTIIKllS. Addr Addres body- .- Lou. Times. 81 New Yoik. New York al packages from other localities. ,,'",, States snow was reported. Si tin We ntond to Ml Things ! "'i- ... I ,..,.... .............. ''"" i. i- S. L. POWERS & CO- ib-al- Great Cut Price Sale, h 't Give thePeople the Best The Pioneer Cheap Dry Goods Bouse de-degr- Ik-c- -- t. car-loa- "', car-loa- Uu-for- 1 f., ..-..- .... U J Dem-frien- t,inl S. L. Powers Go.'s HE! Bargain Store, MI.6.RUPLEY.-- Sl-7- . ' . " , d d 1 Me-I'lu- re ,t'"''' a iBmftaias tito,. C A IW ship-putatio- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ' . 1 1 (). ' A SHIEFEE m SOUGH ASTD D&ESSKD LUMBER, SASH, DOORS 1ND Brackets 1 Shingles, Etc., and 1 "-- recov-ovdwi't- (Ja-zett- 1 .,... Au.v-n,T..M- $. WmS rS A1TD SLAT FENCE, first-da- 1 WARNING. harper MOgaaiM., 1 ' r""i in-o- il Vh'aiaSon"": (lliS - 111 or lili-s- .. ,.....!. li .i Harper's Periodicals ... je.. Harper's Periodicals ri 1 1 "WlftA Hfriilil-KntoriirlMi. ' rs j - - MJMSSJCrifi w ,' '- Srlr. '' 1 1 a, wl ijAMAti Jtbi ',.!., - A. ..' . t v& .. ..1.1) ' '"""MalllMa"WMMHMH"IMMMSWMiaHMVMBaaanBmHHMHBmMMBBMiBmHHBMBHMHlHBiHnHHMBBHMaMIWHiVBHlHHHBHHH WWJf ''"W k ",! i I Insurance adjusters say tlioy loose Tiik mo3t ilisastrons fire, Btneo tho trront OIiIcIlto eonfhnmttion, raRei! for ifj,774,p.')0 byhuJynn fire. The boiler of the Bessemer Steel eigh't hours Tuesday iu the greut shoo of Lynn, Muss. A Works at Dinitiense, Pa., exploded, kill manufacturing Stanfobd, Ky., Novkmbeii 2!, 1889 Bquuro luile of city business houses went hie three men. A daughter of SenntorThurman was burned, inclu linv; .5 of the largest shoo National divorced from her husband Lt. Coles, at , houses, four n twfjmnets, three F failed to proand one other bank and hundreds of San Diego, Cnl., because" he other house, l'ive engines front the vide for her. 7iecd be Goods, Wnlter Trutnbio has been sentenced DEMOCRATIC TICKET. surrounding eilioi responded to the rail Lexington for tho murder of but nothing slaid the tl.tines till it swept to death at W VARNO.V; I'e? County Judjc, THOMAS is 10 and his vie ' County Attorney, JOSEPH I! PAXTON; to the ocean's edge. Tho number of Charles Shelby. Ho Cleric, OEOKGK II COOPKRi which 14'J tlm was younger " County buildings burned ia 'JM, of Friends of Jell' Davis have organSheriff, J, N.MENKFKK; were dwellings, occupied by iw minutes, " Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWENS; ized a company to syndicate and sell a who are loft homeless and who now oc" Assessor, l 1. KENNEDY; ami school-house- s. tract of wild land in Arkansas to pay a " Sup't of Common Schools, W. V MeCLAKY cupy churches, court-hous- e ' Surveyor, HARRY A EVANS; The loss was at tlrst estimated $40,000 debt for him. " Coroner. ARCH CAUSON. The steamship India, with ."00 one-thir- d at over $10,000,000, but these figures will ill. Sta.irfnrfl. simIj; ilin. pilgrims on board, sunk in be reduced on closer calculation. Over f.n.hlip. J) hnvi.ium tA, . r.nni.n. tI S ami two pasf i j I'f .' L' Ukll'UiJ j Tiik Hon. George H. Pendleton died 8,000 people are thrown o.U of employ- tho .Ilgcan Sea, the captain in, ijitis Brussels Monday of apoplexy, after ment and sullering untold is sure to fol- sengers alone surviving. nt was danJet.se Pyle, nn LnAinx being in bad health for a year and con- low. The mayor lias issued a call for aid Vests His life which is beintr ptomptly and liberally. gerously wounded at Kelly's Station by fined to his bed for tix weeks. Vests was ail eventful one ami in every sta- responded to. New Kngland has only John Faulkner, while trying to force an French-ribbe- d S Vests tion to which lie was called lie bore him- had two other more disastrous tires, that entrance to the latter's house. oOc, all-wo- ol Wool Vests 1; Two men held ui a Missouri, Kan at Boston in 1872, which destroyed self honorably and represented his Vests Ho was a member faithfully. worth of property and the Port-lau- d sas & Texas train in the Indian TerritoACir-juph'- k ?;?.. c ry and got away with $JO,000 from the Meio s tire in 1800 with 10,000,000 loss. of Congress from his native State, Ohio, i car. No arrests and no clue. express oOc: HOn m't during the war anu ganieu uiiu-i- reuuw Tiik Frankfort Capital is authority for Arkansas is one of the very lion for his earnest opposition to Presi1. Vo; wool a, in tho Union that hits no exemp dent Lincoln's administration and his the statement that when Ktnmctt Iognn wool, policy of putting down the rebellion by leaves the Louisville Times for his farm tions in taxation. Kverything tangible force of arms. In 184 he was nomina- near Bowling Green, lie will begin at and intangible, real and unreal is taxed. ted with Gen. McClellanon the presiden- once the publication of an agricultural Mrs. Southwortli, the murderer of tial tiekctandin 1808 was the candidate for sheet to be known as the Crooked Neck Pettus, at Brooklyn, N. Y., has been held the greenbackors for president, of whoa J Squash. Since tho two gentlemen are a without bail. She deserves to die for Daidea ho was an able advocate. In 1877 he live realizition of the characters of hounding her victim to his miserable mon and Pythias, what one states about was elected U. S. Senator from Ohio, but death. was defeated by Senator Payno in 18S5. the other may bo regarded as true. A boy at Milwaukee met death by President Cleveland appointed him Farmer Johnson will likely be a promi- jumping into a bin containing 000 bush- To one-ha- lf by minister to Germany shortly afterwards, nent contributor and what he does not els of barley. He was swallowed up in week. to so. where he represented tho government know about farming would be hard to I it unit liiahodv was not recovered for ,.' t : n, tir.hnf Mr. Pendle- imagine. The C. X. 8. will be a daisy . three hours. with distinguished ability. " ton married a sister of Philip Barton una go iiko not cakes at $l a year. Tlie White Caps flogged a man Key, the author of Tho Star Spangled named Ira Winders, near Corydon, 1ml., Tiik Jessamine Journal has this to say, St., M. Banner, who bore him a son and two after copying our article: Lest some of for livinu in criminal intimacy with his daughters. She was killed in a runaway our readers may put too broad a con- aunt, whom he lias since brought to accident in Central Park two years ago, struction on tho term infidel, we are re- Kentucky and married. and it is said Mr. Pendleton has not quested by one who know hint intimateThe real estate firm of Frederiekscn Maiumi.w I). IS. BiggurxUiir and Miss n been the same man since. He was ly to say that Col. Swopo was no atheist. A Co., Chicago, after working capitalists Lucy Deatherage were married in Hich-inon- d in Kentucky, having been for a He was a believer in God, in the iniinoi- - and others to the tune of a tool million, Wednesday. Mrs. Fox sold 100 'lsn'1 ,nort- Jong time connected with the Kentucky tality of tho soul, and in future 8ellin t,,,'I lkttio"" rewards brouxe turkeys for :?100. Lehman Bror, a big Central road, for which ho secured uud punishments. Some things he may ir.tires, have skipped to Canada. shipped 11 cars of cattle to New port New h claim from tho government for services have had doubts about, but as to The original cost of the Killel tower and I) to ISaltituore, riu-- cot i or the stock1 during the war. His fee in this case was great truths d lie had has been earned and repaid to the about SI 2,700 for the, shipment. -- enJO.OO ', which added to his already comholders and as they are to have half tho max. Htrong,faith. fortable fortune made him a very rich be to net income for 20 years they have no A uisi'Aicu to the Boston Herald says man. Ho lias a splendid homo in ClifBucklcn's Arnica Salvr cause to regret their venture. ton, a Cincinnati suburb, where lie was that Senator Sherman, who insisted that 'Ihe lel lc in the worlj fur Hit, briutrt, Tlw. Critic savs that Watt Hardin wont to entertain in the handsomest u man not connected with either faction has made a $:W0,000 fortuno in JUg Mone oret, u!crr, tit rrj-n- , IV er ore., utter, chap-pthimli, chilblains, corn and all tklrt erup row be appointed, I btyle. Mr. Pendleton was the author of of the Swope-Goodlo- e Gap speculations antl now wants to run tiont and po.itivrly cure piles, or do pay rciuir the inuch abused civil service law, will prevent the confirmation of Son-in- - I for governor, but the Owensboro Mes-- I ed It ii guaranteed to g,ve pcrlect taU.laction, j which the place hunters do not think is LawThomas Clay McDowell, asGoodloe's sengcr says his ambition will not begrat-- 1 or money refunded. I'ncr 15 cents per bo j Oils, successor. Swope was a loyal aud un l'oralcbyA R. I'ennv, StiDlord, Ky very creditable to his memory. first-clas- s m swerving Sherman man, and that gentle, ifled. Tho fiiternrisinn New York World a, Renews Her Youth. to Wk are far from being an advocate of man does not propose to have his memofor the guarJin, I'hicbe Clie.ley, Pcterv.n, C.y Co., Iowa mob law or of an individual taking the ry defamed and bis enemies triumph has raised nearly .f5,000,000 workman-lik- e fell the following remarkable Mory, the truth of we cannot re- over him, if he can prevent it, and he antee fund for the World's Fair. That which i touched for by trie reldenli of the town, law in his own hands, but Very city or Chicago is sure to get iL St. lxu-i- s I am 7j )ear old, have been troubled with kidney frain from applauding an instance of thinks ho can. and Washington ha vo dropped out of complaint and lamenco (or many ear, could not each which lias occurred this week to If one is to judge by their own state- the question almost. drc myell without help. Now I am free from H. Smith at wit: The lynching of J. aiidam able There has been put in operation a painand oreueowe my thanks tit du all mv own and the killing of D. ments the Kentucky republicans are the to Klectric hitters Trenton, thistate, homework. I most unmitigated set of rascals that ev- - special vestibuled train, running solid lor havms renewed my youth and removed comHyderat Elizabethtown.Tenn., by Itev. pletely alldieae and pain. Tryahottle joe and Smith engaged in illicit er lived. Wkeie two or more apply for ' from Cincinnati to Jacksonville, Florida, $1, at A. H. Penny's Drue More. Mr. Little. whisky selling at a church dedication the same federal ollice the charges and via Chattanooga, Atlanta and Macon, in onsumptlon Incurable? and when the town marshal went to ar- countercharges that they make against1 23 hours, the lirst solid train ever run Re v. ths folio nig Mr. C II .Morris Newark each other are enough to disgust honest from West to South, rest him he shot him dead. Death by Ark-,s'Was c!nn ulih Abiesof l.une people. Harrison A New Jersey man in a happy mood and friends and physiilans pronounctd me an in the swiftest and surest means could only poor opinion of must have a mightvi his party leaders after threw his arms around ait elderly and cuiabtc contumptne. Hegan taking Dr. King's atone for such a crime Biid the people now reading a few of the chsiges they bring ugly widow nnd kissed her. She raised Nrw Discovery for consumption, and am work on nre excusable for showing to law breakon my third botile, and able to overve the on one another. a ro and tho man was arrested and lin my farm. It is the finest medicine ctcrmade." ers that they propose to avenge in the Jp.se Middlewart Decatur, Ohio, M)s' "Had ed SM), possibly becauseliedidnotchoose New Discoverer for con, most summary manner any violence ofit not DKAiiasadoor nail politically, Fora-ke- r a more attractive object upon which to sumption I for Dr. Kind's died of Lung Troubles would hate fered to their constituted agents. The Am now in best ol Was given up by doctors now aspires toftho vacancy on the health ' Try it bamplc .bottles free at A K. other case is that of a preacher of tho Supreme bench made by the death of osculate. Penny's drugstore deThe Court of Appeals of Illinois gospel outraged by the knowledge that Judge Stanley Matthews and his friends daughter had been seduced, are urging his claims on the president cides that tho salvation army woman, The revolution in Ilrar.il will make cofhis only who was fined for refusing to obev the fee scarce, but the nbundant clove crop using his pistol with fatal eflect on her Uod forbid that such a narrow-minde- d Wooden Uloomington mayor forbid- will serve to help out between tl.e acts. seducer. In either case the law is too political bigot should ever occupy a seat order of the ding the blowing of horns and tho beatin its operations and slow and doubtful in the highest court in the world to pass Bogtr's Ohorry OoubIi Syrup must pay it death too greatly deserved to await the upon (UC8tions involving the interests of ing of drums on the btreet, rIs eivin; splendid satufaction to the Mode and or go to jail. chance of a miscarriage of justice. positively marvelous, hu h can be the sales are a section he dispiscs. Those who oppose the appointment accounted for In no other way except that it Is a.s collector of without doubt the best on the market. Ask for to there and get your Xmas Prrseut Clay McDowell Vest door to Purimun House THE controller 01 me currency re,.oi u j,,, MoVT VNA js lwyf at bllt of Thomas inand be sure you net lbs genuine We keep it A. that there are !J.:il. .ational banks, the thnt ,0t.s I10t )reVent her from running the Lexington district, am getting up K Penny, Druggist IS largest number since the inauguration two ilglfcjatreHi T,u democrats r.re on formation as to his party standing. He Novemis accused of not voting at the witli an aggregate capital Syrup. of the system, A Good Gouffh h,,lt g,do n(1 wJth Iwra,.wri.IIC,1 and of failing to pay his dues 'ITiere is notluni; parents should he so ciiieful . During tho year 211 ,,.,,:,.,. of ,,,! ,,.,!,, some sweet oil, ber election ClSw associasyrup aboutas telcctinicu llet!' Cherry L banks wore organized, 'M of which are tbey are certain of final triumph and to tho young men's lepublican Cough S)rup costs 110 mure than the cheap nnd InPennsylvania hits the th(, (.(,t.,ioil 0f ttt( democratic Senator. tion. credited to Texas. ferior nostrums thrown on the market. I lie busts 1 f.ilf. Cliic"0 relic hunters are negotia- - nonetooKOod.be sure and get III.OCS' CI I UK II V . . I. ui Vntir.i.nl ........ liirge.-iijiuiuuci r.t .'iiuuiiiii Ititil 3, ......j- Lot'i.tvii.i.K will lmlil tin n..vt tint.' for tho purchase of the Jeff Davis COUGH SYRUP We keep It on h.tnd at all sachusettB le.ulh in point of capital stock volume Tuesday, when it is hoped that she will mansion at Kichmend, known as the imn A l( Penny, l)rui(Kil. und New York in deposits and tllO up at least as strong a democratic fVmUinrntt! Whitu House. Mlice of busincM. Only two banks failed dm It is very monotonous to he rich, but DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, 1 !i. isil no t tittlilte Uflirni ' j,.,..,, ing the year and 11 went into voluntary city us Cincinnati. Tho autocratic muy- being . ,.,i a I then- - is a variety aboutweary. poor that FANCY ARTICLES, &0 buililinir. is to be lorn liiiuid.ttion, leaving Uio net inciea.se 10, t or deserves to nave ins nietuods ono erect- sometimes makes average yearly increaso was detuned in no uncertain manner by the modornly equipped establishment the Physicians prescriptions accurately component.-,)- . ed in its stead. What A Fortune but 123. The system seems to grow in election of the full democratic ticket. Sullivan will have to come to tim e ac healthy, pearly skin Few are Is a j;o-popularity, since it is acknowledged to NEWS CONDENSED He lias refused to tight a "nigger" for ot the shot time It ukis for a d.sordercd .iter to dcHigued. be the fafent for depositors yet on the fnex, and a . less than 520,000, but thu Santa Cruz cause b!nt(.htts HKCJOS' III.OOl) d.irk k'rt'isy skin. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Congress will convene Monday. PUIUKIEK and only offers that stun in One bottle of WiixJusninob, the notorious Harlan tn its A Georgia girl of 1 1! has just given Athletic Club not III.OOI) MAKHK will reitcre this CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. ii puree, but $10,000 moro for him and natural and healthy state, .ind cleanse, the blood county outlaw, lias been captured by de-- 1 birth to a boy. now re- of all impurities. It is meetmi; nith wonderful Kver brought to this market. Prices lower than tectives and lodged in jail at Frankfort. Lyman It. Casey has been elected Jackson to tight to a finish. It A II Penthe lowest. Watchrs, Clocks and Jewelry He. mains to be seen whether John L. was success. We fuarantee every bottle. He claiuiH that he has not been in Hur- - .Senator in North Dakota. paired on shortjnotlce and warranted. ny. Druggist -m merely working his jaw or whether lie ia all a mis- - i Ian HhicoOct. 22d antl that it Several business blocks and L5 resi- Jamoa T. Oott, Oarml, lll.,Saytt: take about his murdering anybody ei-- l donees burned a Lecchburg, l'a loss really meant business. He paid thirtynnc dollars doctor's bill for his in Missouri or Kentucky. Hut we, $j 00,000. ther wife in one year and one bottle of Iliadlicld's DEATHS' DOINGS. will see about that. Now let some en- Kegulatur did her mom good than all it j th0 field against Heed, but it is before. II. Ihile, terprising detective land Wils Howard baj, )0 wjh .,., tjl0 nomination on tho news of the sudden death of the medicine sheIII,lud takenUradficld Ki'jjulator The Write dnitfuiit, Carmi, tho Harlan county war will Hecond ballot for Speaker. receivin jail and Mrs. Dr. Henry M. Goodman was Co., Atlanta, (!a., for particulars. Sold by Dm;. y. II. Collingsworth has been re- - ed with deep regret hero by her many gist A K Penny, Stanford. have come to a most favorable conclu- Hion. moved from tho postolllco at Iclchinoud, friends and a large number of schoolVa., and 0. II. Itussell appointed in his mates. Mrs. Goodman was Miss Irwin DRUNK ENNESS-TH- E LIQUOR HAB At Mason City, Iowa, hheriir Kirk and IT-- In all tho World thoro Is but ono llaker, who several years ago attended ihuiH Olson was lynched at IVeston, his deputies conflsctted 1,181 gallons of j euro, Dr. Haines' Qoldon Specific. litis College here, the picture of health It can 1) given in a cup of tea or coffee without cider, which its owner had exposed for ,.;,, ABBWyvvivRfQfSKffteVTft-KJ.vifo ftnd 80n- - W,10II1 ll0 ,...,, C nndbeaiityi Shu was one of tho found- the knowledge of the person taking It, effecting a rToalsiit&inHr'rWdi? " .,MUMlly mistreated, assisting in the sale, nnd which a chemist found d ers of the "1 G. It." society, which only speedy nnd permanent cure, whether the patient jf,,,'. upwards of 5 per cent, of alcohol. I six young" ladies, all college is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Newport received only S.J.'jOof the included As the owner is able to tight tho case cured who have and which lias yet remained a Tnousands of diupkiirds Specific been their enffen girls, In have taken the tinldeu through every court having jurisdiction, ' :ir,,0O0 bond of the defaulting tepublic- as far as finding out what the without their knowledge, believe they iiiu an ex treasurer, who will now uo prose- - mystery,6land lor is concerned. Tho ipiit drinking of their own and he intenusto uoso to ueieniiiuu freewill. No harinfib-tileletters results from its administration. Cures guarer a citizen has any rights which fanati tinted for embezzlement. cause of her peculiarly sad death was anteed. Herd for circular and full particulars Ad. dress In confidence Coidkn SriciFtc Co., 185 J. W. Hrown and William H. cisiu shall respect. ami her illness was of only a ItacvStrect, Cincinnati, O. colored clerks in thu postoilice peritonitis marTiiureadereof his interesting column at Charlotte, N. C, wero arrested for few days' duration. Shu had been ried just a year. Tho Post says: There ! in the Times will regret to hear this, liill.ig registoretl letters and packages. I'ost: hits happened nothing sadder than tho , "'"iabigsi . .1iLLs-A-e'j.jiarwhich wo get from the Louisville C 'C. oi O. railroad bridge over the n death of young Mrs. Goodman Mr. Thomns G. Watkins, tho West Virginia collapsed sudden evening. A wife of a year's Guyati river in &. ivr. Will keep constantly on hand a large and selectpline of Furnituro Has bought the right to sell the l.ureka Quilting newspaper man, is going to give up Tat- under u heavy freight train, which fOII Monday Lincoln, (larr.ud but a few days, sho Attachment id equally well on ull mid llnyle coun- and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will standing, a mother tling a6-- regular employment and works makesof sewing ties. It will bo as low as suchTgoods fH feet in the swollen waters beneath. day of will do ten times leave in a few days for Washington to Engineer It V. Frcoman was instantly silently and calmly passed away, her life machines; manner of (iiilting: the wmk itinisa one of can ho hnmrht in thn rdr.ina ,i .. m ,u niunmnn in fact other ! act aseorrcspondontduringthenppro.ioh- - kje(j The conductor and fireman were paying thu forfeit for the new ono just fcn,7t vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. hurt. born. ing bcsslou of Congress. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal DO YU REAEktHfc IWPfeftlOt JtlUMXL ? W. WALTON, OP COURSE, EVERYBODY DOES. to And consequently do not told that you can buy Dress. Clothing; Boots, Slioes, Hats, Caps, 'Trunks, Carpets, ,luttin$t $'c, from THE LOUISVILLE STORless E- $100,-000,0- few-State- s than any other dealc? fnr same Read rices auoted and. nnln ;V..co ll ..ouse county. The greatest reduction in Underwear ever known in Stanford. white Meritw 2oc, worth 40c: ladies' extraordinary Merino and Pants 00c a suit, worth J. 2o; ladies' Merino worth toe; ladies' white 75c, worth ladies' red Flannel and Pants $1.50 a suit, worth $2; at $2, worth $2.50. ,u,,, nmmi ;.;,. ;. Meruio Skirts 25r. mnrth worth men's extra heavu fine Merino Shirts and Drnnmrti wort a men's alt red Flannel Shirts and Drawers nt 1.25 suit, worth $2; men's all fancy underwear $1.50 a suit, and all our uvuvr uraoes in novas. For Underwear Cut Down -- value. Consult your own interest tailing a hand in these great oarjgains this money m your pocket Jt's do Free ivith every dollar 's worth of goods uou.buv n.nUtihnt chance on the $200 Organ at the LOUIS VILLE STORE. Main Stanford. SALINGER, .Manager. well-know- ' afore-mentione- Having purchased the interest of Mr. Stai". will conduct the business at the old stand, where shall pleased supply the wants of all former ana new puuons from a Books, il Full SStock of Drugs! Paints, School and Silverware at low prices, for goods. I have good Jeweler, ready do watch and, jewelry repaits in the best style. respectfully, Wall Paper, Jewelry W. B. MoROBBKTS. J0NESBROS., General Merchandise, Full Stock of Holiday Goods: Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, trillowivare. $c. The only Store in Stanford that mills the Farmer; Dry Goqds, Boots and Shoes, Fancy Groceries, and t,, , 020,17-1,:SC.")- tJ w iuh F DBTJGGISTrXJEWELER; 0 M ' imi f. 1 con-whi- le .... f orfc-a- n ! -- i ile j NEtt 1 FUMITURE fen ti. STORE! MAOJK MIPFFM AK, gFlRJOF. ,, ope-taine- Hen-dorso- n, Quiltlii; Attachment iii f'tir jtrfa, I, agw well-know- siivis fliiu"J a XnnlM'Zb:! ; mi I ii If , - -- f-- A s- - J. M- .-. t&L ,.,.,-- .' uifht.. tjmiJtiJuiM. r 3 v. Ajjbfct-sv?-- --- " " v t Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 5 I T.FiT.&i Kettle N. 0. Molasses nt Tin: inuiaUs iftgittiiK In Its work on the children ol tlio town now. I CHURCH j AFFAIRS. I I Stanford, Ky., Novkmiikr I am tirctmrcd to kill mill dress lions 29, 1889 for those wiBLinu It done. Leave onlcm tit my shop. M. 1'. Klkin. Oun little hint for a ThnnkflidvinK tureffect. Pete 1 lamp key liml thu ton nave us one for a dollar. tt.o.WALTON.Bue.ManQKer MEANS Coxik ..- - Tim noted opera winger, Miss Olara A. It. 1oulso Kcllogir, I negotiating with the 1 ""y. managers of the Opera House for an enr Watciiks and jowelry repulred n(l y date, , warranted. A. K. Tunny. . r r . Tiik beat place to buy drugs, patent Nxwlotof jouehy, watches and and toilet articles in nt A. K.vorwuro jU8t received. All silverware leunvs. Isold will be enuraved at reasonable rates. GIovcn, Luy vour school books, ink, tablets. ... . . ' .MCHOIWriS. 11 ...... ... f nil win m,nwt .....nll..u 1'ntrvi! irviilin .....1 u,.l.,1 Diuii'mn w 'I kinds from A. It. lVnnv. Owsi.kv A: G'iimii are arranging to move either thu wholu or a part of theli PERSONAL POINTS. stock to IhiHtonvillo after New Year's; Over-all- s, Mn. 11. It, H.itlk went to Monticclloi they have not decided which. ' ' ' Tuesday. ,. 7.i Miw, J. n. HocKKii, wile of thu prcsi- Miwi Hki.ks Tiii'iimomi is back from a ., ,. present- .dent of ,the hirst ,,. ' visit to somerset. , , '.', oi-, eu tier iiusuaiui wmi u j iiaiiKPgiyiug Mit. It. L. Hampton', of Clark, has been ferlng in the shapoof n tlnu girl. visiting Mr. 1. I. Nnnnelley. Mn. C. K. Wii.mot spent Thanksglv- Don't wait 'till Christmas weuk to lug with his family at havu your holiday pictures taken, but .Mi;, J. 1. JIuiiTox is on a visit to his) go to Harp's Art Unllery now and he I)i iiimi the late term of the bmdon NEW ADVKKTISKMKXTS. b uthei, Cteorge Hurton, at Pittsburg. will supply you with tine photographs circuit court a father and son were conMil". Sot 0 wicks and son, laddie, aie for Christmas presents at a low price. victed and sentenced to the penitentiary visiting Messrs. J. H. and 8. M. Owens. I on separate offenses, the former for Tiik "Merrie Kids" have reorganlgcd Miu and Mas. John Mktcai.p, of Nich years for robbery nnd the latter for one All in'ruom having claim agniiut the eitute of will be entertained lor tlio llrst time obsville, nro visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. ; , Mill oretrnt Nathan Jen- I.. S. Wnlier. deed proten, on or tliem to moor year for i tills season by Miss Mattio my agent, properly before lanuai l.ochestcr at Metcalf. Mr JII.IA A WIlllERb. kins, the father, broke open a trunk nnd 1,1890. W r .ncitl.An x , igcui. Hi W11.1. Cit.wu and Will Shanks. Centre at her homo this evening. A large until stole $20, the son, n lad of 14, broke into College students, spent yesterday at their her of invitations have been issued and worth of candy. Roth a store and got a gay time Is looked for. homes here. have been bulged at Frankfort. ItoiiKitT Wiiitk went to Kuoxville on Tiik letter mail pouches for the Kast Tiik December number of Prof. W. Wednesday night to spend several weeks and West, put oir the K. C. Saturday Shaw's Home and School, formerly the To cam.m for the naleol N'urttry Slock Steady with friends. niuht, were cut open while at Rowland, Kdiicational Kvangelist, will appear to- employment guaranteed. C.OOU l'AV lor sue P. Arthur Zkuxk, the handsome cmlul men Apply ut'imce, Mating a;e. Menbut it is not known what, if anything, 8 morrow with its usual feast ol good tion this paper. young drugitist of Crab Orchaid, whs was taken At.AUA.MA Nt'KSEUN CO , Huntuvllle, AU. out. There was no registered things for teachers anil others. The edihere Wednesday. mail in them ami it is not likelv the rasKi:v ami Mks. Joiix Hi:..!. Ginsos are tion calls for II.OOO copies, mnklng it the cals got paid for their trouble. larcest in this section. It will be seen preparing to move to Mr. l.i'iiben Wilt keep on hand a No. quality of Jcllico. I.ily w hero ho enn from this that the I. .1. ollW has not had liams' for the winter. A uKSTf.KM N who lives anJ Nut Coal in my yard Leave your orderiat .Miss ,M wtv K.i V was called to Milleis , ,.t. t,c ,.nWt of it tells us that there is much time for Thanksgiving, though it urd or S S Myern' toro and they will be attendto J. 11. IUGr,INS. IXOSIEKV, burg Widhesdny by the 'illness of' her lots of "red ticker" being hold in Macks-nie- r is iiufeigtiedly thankful for the many ed6 j piotnptly. Star ford. Ky. walk- - blessings it has enjoyed during they year , Mi Mll Kay. villo and on Saturday nights thu s Mj. a.nii Mif. II. A. Kvans ate their ing are as thick as hops. This in the way of increased patronage and BLUE-GRA- SS NURSERIES Thanksgiving turkey with the old folks Mionld be investigated. There is n won-a- t circulation. A full nock of Krult and Ornamental Tret", Richmond yestenl.iy. derful utiiouut ul druiikeuiiess heiu foru Krulu, Aiparagui, Shruh, (inipe Vinen, Tun colored Methodists are either im- and everything Small the orchard and garden. We O. Tkukukakt, of Milkraburgj prohibition town. for Mrs S. s.i itating the Catholics or are trying to employ no atnti but sell dirrct at low price 10 yesterday with! Peinalu College, the planter b,st Chief wear out their church bell. They ring (lock Invited. IVrxmal lnprcti"n of our immense Cait. Inscription catalicue with valua. m.r,,rui...T,..r.o.:. ...,?P. AIIl Clerk in the country and an ex it three times before each meeting and ble sucKCt0" Dn application. II F HII.IXNMEYEK, tlAitvr.v I1RI.M is' assisting U'liiiuy ' clever gentleinan as well, was the same number for Sunday-schoobut t Lcxirn;!0", T Clerk CK))erand will issue marriage li seeing after tlio service, the ringing that Is the most annoying is hero Tuesday ieiixf as cheap as tht next lie found things O. K. here, but at Row- from 1 o'clock till half past on Sunday Mil. and Mus. C. W. M ri a i,i . of land he was not so well plowed with the mornings. What this is done for Is a - A COO!) FARM OF 11a ACKF.S, r ate Thanksgiving dinner with K. C.'s layout. That company has been mystery, but the sexton says it is the or- I'lfl) three acres to go in corn or oats, 30 acres in his brother, Mr. Thomas Metcalf. to furnishing a box ear for the malt man der of the stewards and he has to adhere orchard lira", 17 acres In clover,here acres vrhtat, I 11 a house on and remainder in Miss I.irr.iK Wai.kkii, of and the captain says ;t change has got to to their wishes, notwithstanding the fact the farm. '1 his is first cls laud. Apply to passed through this city yesterday II. F. KNGLEMAN, Hubble, Ky., be made pretty suddenly, or the authori-- ' that it disturlHj the slumbers of those 81 r II. W. OIVENS, Shelby Cit). Kj. to Ixmisvillu to visit friend. viwill know why. whose misfortuneit is to live in that tns Mn. A.M M us. G. H. Cooi'kii went up cinity & o IIiiHtonville yestenlsy to attend areTiik annual tut key shooting, which Tut: cold wave Hag has been Hying for M. Cook, KOWI.AM), KY.. union of the family of Mr. J. Jim Nunnelley would Invariably havuou Cot. 1). W. C. Rowland, for whom TliHnkrglving, did not eonie off yester-ou- r four days this week, but no very cold Keep constantly on hand it splendid line of suburb wasjiaincd and who used to ' ,rty because of the absence of that gen-- weather came till yesterday, when snow Family Groceries, -superintendent of the I it N., hHfljtIciuau. A few lovers of the "port, how-ju- covered the ground in the morning and Jn- the lowest made general superintendent t,Ver, who could not let the day pass fell at intervals during the day. Those And sell them inat exchange prices. Produce of all quotations, at market kinds taken of the Georgia Central. without a few cracks at that festive bird, who havu hogs to kill have been watch- hreshKuods etery day. (ilve us a call. VATTS. CAKIUEK A 78 Hags very closely and yesterday Mihsils Annik and Ki.i.a Shanks are took in the ono at Crow's shop, on ing the entertained almost nightly at Sterling,' Hanging Fork, nnd as usual paid two or hundreds of the porcine family paid the STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. penalty for their fatness. Kas. The last issue of the Hiilletln has . iim. times the nrice for their game. following And still they come. The All persons wishing a pleasant life and well notices of a social given by Mrs. P. P.I made them ' pleaed Sr.VEiiti. of our readers have impii-c- d last evening, .Stanford wife let Mills. use 1'atent it Flourjour gro-at was received at I d'clin-Trueheart In tl.Hr honor and another by Call for Holler at "anagosity,' which shows we are in for it: ' the word cery, and if they have not got it on hand, urge Mrs. Loiigau. them to keep it. or get an order from them and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant Mu.Matt Aimi, the Secretaiy of which we employ occasionally, as they and intrettinc lainllv find it in the dictionary. It may ...v :...a. I'UI ,.... .. State, has so far recovered from his re-- , y3 w 13, Buperinienoeni. t ' i ' present edition of Webster, on eniteheJ,. cent injuries as to be about WalWASiu.Miios, Nov. 2S. To V. 1. Ust Saturday evening, accompanied bv but !it will be in the next as it is too ton: Hoist cold wave signal. TemperI onl not to be adopted. It Mrs. Adams, Im left for Winchester to means unusual clearness of intellect and ature will fall to about 1'--' by S a. m., tovisit relatives of the latter.-Frank- foit (.Jiikelv. If not sold privately bciore, I will offer at public We do not morrow or next day. 'extraordinary sagacity. Capital. auction on Hon.'w. K. RA.MsK,.of London, was know who originated It, but his name MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 2, 1889, ' suuare.my Pcuutv court dav. on thi made second vice presldentof the Ken-- ' i "'nht to be known to - fame. -- Tin' iniirriiifc of 11 I.MticjiKtcr man to desirable home and lot of five acres on Danville tucky Kntial Itighta Ansodation and l c. sAun.r.v. street, Stanford Tiik marriage which wna promised to ft Stimfon. lllutklI is t0 ,,foru Laramie City. W'yo 76- - im Mrn. Sara Itaudull Horeing, of the' santi' .. ... .. ,n ,1... . occur at the Portman House Ih oil', the ,..... VI11P .. J KORr...w town, Wiw appolnti'tl a delcgittt to, tin young lady refusing to perform her part Mr. John Whceldon ami Mish Docia American Convention to bo held at of the programme, even after the invita-tioiAT V.. Heynolds celebrated ThanUpgiving by WaMiiiugtou in February. were printed ami issued. The uniting their destinicH for life. The cer- .MivM.itii: Tiiomion, tlailgbtcr ol 11 !t.l.k iiiiitlitu it Uli Ilitaili.1i.il fik n ji.- lit titlrai n; .1 ir iiiiriiiiiii ifi (t;ir llllllkVl I il cll the hiir known .n the occurred at Mr. I.ee F. Key- . u, w))(, n, jt ,lp) ,)lt jt einonv ..iuiu rim, im 11.0 recipient. 01 ctiotigi. MJ, noldsr. pret-'(.1(- ) newHpapercompli.nc.itHto turn her ,,r creating som.. unplcasantncas a)1 M.iyoi K II. Htirnsiilo has recoiwd crfeC ty li.a.l, if .1... ucrenoltooM.i.Mble for iilk,(.ai, u js rather u doubtful iiutt.T 1111 of his cutis- invitation to the marriag.' III iiiiiNviiio iiimv unit nri 1 1 iiihi jke about and too neiiom a business j,,, j0iui H, Huinside, late of Uarrard, to Ih the theme of numerous art!- t go to the extremity of printing invi-- ! Miss Fiances T.ilb'itt, of Fort Worth, TorONi: IIKR'SANI) U.)I.I.AIMcmi.1i (''Hum! coiiinienlH. tations iinlem all parties are ngieed. Texiw. Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, Hom- -Harlan Cariier, of Row land, and The OotlfAffC opposite the Railway CITY AND VICINITY. l iik guiiime gr.iuger who iiochu i reati iny, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Miss Lena Carrier, of Walnut Flat, were Depot, and baa not censed to' Fitiisii cair of Halt atT. Mi'tenlf's. Thu gentleman married Wednesday put conlldeiico in innn, enpecially a of his majority and the I nrnierly ccupud bv II. K Mills r. .it the stimc .Iim II v.i.rrrr has been granted a pen-wo- Mlninge man, continiieH to bite nt any lacks two years place fur Kit. II 1" MUNDKKD IiOM.AllS Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, lady two. il'sh. Two swindlers,1 butt thrown to him. A couple at Homer, (5a., who quar-rel"" K KenS tine cm he .cell by .ippl Inn to Mr. harrow racket on the' 11! years ago, have lived nud slept nedy, Crab Orch ird. Iith f oyHtern, cranberries and celery who worked the suckers, havo just gotten j Fleming county Coal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. left over fiom ThankrigiviiiK at It. together ever since ami have never spokJ OTI'RNIIKIMKR, away with sfl',500 of their good money N'o v Mate Street, New York. , en to each other, consequently they have ;i jm with this kind of a "lay." They would 'gotten nlong better than thoaveragcmai- TimoT. 1,000 yards of doublo width call on a farmer, make him agent, giu ried couple. tricot at 'St cents per yard at H. L. I'ow-- , him an ortler on miiiiu mythical factory Charles Cuitis, of the Kast F.nd, and T. 5- , in Massachusetts for about 51,000 wortli erstCo.'s Miss liiirchio rCirkland, of Doyle, went My Now House on Main ,T ," of harrow s, and all they asked in return Ky for terms apply to Mr W. II. Ti.Kl'oitnian House ol Ice J.as been wu8 tho 11BL.Hl.H lloto f(,r $m t0 ;,,), made husband and wife at the bride's Stanford, 3tantorn,or to me at u.inwnr, ry IIICKtns, It is made yesterday. The groom is an ini.iirrtE n 110I.MES 3 repainted ami papered till lo,tt(i.h lu,v nominly .liscoiuite.l. Wo home dustrious and moral young man, while daisy., look like real irJnt t,iJH f'Qr tho 1)olt of Jroa L nm, the bride is said to be pretty anil accomCSaui-lky'desirable houfco H. and others with the hope that they plished. They will make their home at .IlmmihM. ollered for B.ile at auction will prollt by It. ami lot will be Mr. Monroe Curtis', the father of the .Mombiy. It .will make Fomobody n In the oldest and most popular jclontlOe nnd K. It. Mr. .1. (J. Kodenier, of happy young man. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. TiikC. 111etlmnle.il piper piibll'hwl and ha Ihelarse" mighty good home elan In KnuraT. Wednesday, at the home of the Fully Ion nt Miy imper ot Its of WoodI Im nrld. iri unit (iiill.itin, Tcnn., was hero Wednesday in Illustrated. Ilest clam weekly. Send for .peelmen Tiik wonderfully giftetl McGlbcny the interest of the Cumberland Hailroad bride's father, Mr. O. J. Crow, Mr. J. H. Inu. I'ublishixl year. Four innnllis' trial, II. . ciipr. I'rlrf H MUH.N JL CO., 1'UUI.ISIIKIIH, 3ill llroadnay, M. himself sanguine of its Vanhook and Miss Mattie Crow were Family, 1(1 in number, will give a vocal and expressed ! and instrumental conceit at Walton's construction, provided thucountiesalong united in the holy bonds of wedlock in IUILDERC ARCHITECTS & American. O tho line will give the right of way. This tho presence of a limited number of relHouse, Dec. -- lth. Operrv is certainly little enough to ask when so atives. The groom, who is our McKin-ne- y A crcat mccfK. Knch Issue ronlalns colored a" Uo?a J1!1wa";' uch ScroliHa. I Irtrs, fimples, Ukerated Tluoat llthuKrnphlr uhIii( country mid city rrsuleii. Ulutc Sweljini;, SyNhihtic Acoiokkii couple cninu down from many advantages nro to accrue on Its in all its liij:e. Necrosis, At correspondent, is an excellent busi1'rtce $1 per bottle. .Snnurous enraslns'" ci'K or public buihllnvs. II A IS I1ION lllTTKRS is the most pleasant to take of nil the Iron tonics. It cures and full plans and nwclrtii.tn.ri for thoiiso ot Dsucnsla Crab OrchanlVeilni'silay and wero mar- completion. He says that Capt. .Sprad-li- n ness man of exemplary habits nnd is de it sivea a keen appetite, enriches the blood, reuul.ites ihe liver and imparts new enemy to the muscles linlldlnu. I'rleeKlHjmir. siicliHsronletuulitc and nenous sisteiu. Price $1 per bottle. ried in stylo by Judge T. W. Vnrnoii. servedly popular wherever he is known, 2i U. u ropy. ML'.NN A CO., I'CULlslUlt.. and corps nro making tho best headIjATI.IKK't. WORM SVRU1' is made of thu hist worm killers and epeller Umvn to thj med-ic- al marbeseciir. profession and therefore recommends itself It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price 1$ They weie Heela Hansford and Miss way poasible, considering tho weather while, his bride is u highly cultured and : I'd hr iitiplr. Inir tu Jlc.NN Delhi Hicks. The judge omitted the and aie (hiding a line uvea cheaper than handsome young lady. We believe MAGNETIC 1'II.LSlorall l.ier Cnplaliits, Impilred IliKestlon, .. (.ti.. whi I Headache, 'Ac. Acts as cathartic, l'rue as cents ptr Imii. have had nver usual kiss. he imagined. Mr. Hodemor will meet they will llnd in each other that conge ' mane tmr 40 roars' experience and liav C.Manufacturi'd and tor sale to the trade l) the and Furlnl.inl applications for AmcrW in Nash- niallty of spirit so necessary to marital "" a Willi I'HU'lll.. pkii'i for .1 nilbuuk. CcrresTint attention of those wIiomj duty it the Vandcrbllt representative DRUG CO., .xmitenco .incur cuiitidentiui when something dellnfto happiness and trust that their days on to it, is fulled to tho fact that ville this week, is to attend Au 11110 ' TRADE MARKS. will bu agreed upon. In the meantime n.irtli uL'ill lin lnmr nml nlmifinnr. a pane of glues U biokeu out In tho In rase jour mar l mit reentered In the I'at. apply t MlN.v .""'' pri'tuia peoplo should arouse themselves to of the numerous I.ntkiiioii Jouiinai. famifin limce. proluctlon. Scud Afur llandlnioli. cV.elc tower and that it would bo best In our Imnivdlato ly, we pronounce n benediction on the . COI'YKIOUTS fur lonks. chart 1, luapa before the snow and the importance of the chance, which have pnieuriHl. Addnsa might slip from tho grasp they almost union and n fervent God bless you, my ttc, quIcLly V CO., l'lilrul folltll 01 -- . Hook Keeplna, Short JIand, Telegraphy, Jtc sa gkf I .MUNN sleet ruins the lino machinery of tho Write forCaialogut arts! fill information. children. I Lst E. v V. have. Ujlseiul Omc.., Oil 11iioaI'W time piece. public and settle your account i IU8INE3S. I ,..,.,. ! I ., ,, .... i Thu meeting at the South Elkhorn tlin IJaptlst church, Fuyetto county, held by Tiik tioitolllce. thu banks mid bcIiooIs were tins only Institutions heio Uevs. Roberts and Stuckhouse, cloBed j with 42 additions. which took the dny oil' to give tlinnks. I Kliler A. 0. Sine delivered a credita- corNspondents who waited for, i,iu lecture on Solomon's Temple at the Oik the lust minute to write, get their labor Presbyterian church prayer meeting, for their pains. The postollleo was not Wednesday night, in the absence of the opened till late In the afternoon yester- p.iKtor. day. K. It. Caldwell, Jr., writes thut Itev. It It. Noel held a meeting nt Double have much to be Sta.sfoiiii peoj thankful for among other things that Springs of two weeks' duration, when none of thorn havo ho far punched in the liro. Pike was taken sick and had to go mud nud slush thnt in permitted to make home. There were 40 confessions nnd 28 additions to the church, many from town in the country. this tln miKt which is progressing thu Sunday-schooHim. li winks writes ton friend that his Hiiely with no calculation of going into party of 2."i arrived at Sanibel Island in winter ipiarters. good shape, including Col. John Cowan, The union Thanksgiving service at who is fearfully alllieted with cancer. the Baptist church was rather slimly atTheir poitolllce address in lunula Itissu, tended as our people seem to prefer to Florida. give thanks in secret to public profesItev. John Hell Gibson had a of signs we are sions. Au'okdinu to the man to have 17 moie snows this winter. The carefully prepaied sermon from the text, "Giving thanks always for all things tin llrst came on the 20th and thu rule Is to God and the Father in the name of that thu number is governed by the tlrst our lAird Jesus Christ," Kph. .):20, and day of the llrst fall In November. We those who failed to attend missed many good things. have had three already. l, BOOTS AND SHOES. SAMS, Artios, Cum Boots, Cum Coats, SLICKERS, UNDERWEAR, Mufflers, Neckwear, Collars and Cuffs, Oress Shirts, Clothing in Suits, Overcoats and Pants, at BRUCE & McROBERTS'. Our Stock of 1 1 Notice house-breakin- ' 1 ". SALESMEN SEASONABLE GOODS WANTED Is Complete. Attention, Coil Burners. 1 Blankets, Comforts, Shawls, Underwear, bar-room- - BOOTS, SHOES, &C. SEVERANCE & SON. ,iit luZZw l, k-- e, For Sale or Kent. blue-grass 1 en-rou- CARRIER WAITS, I st l WMOR" Dealer iK-e- n ' P std """::". w, Monday, Dec. court-hous-e Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, j. Glassware, Queensware m Confections, Tobaccos, &c. ,.,. ti. j... m SAUi A SACRIFICE Am. - t' 1 Stroud SVopcrty at Crab Orchard, SOME SEASONABLE GOODS: - d .im-iner'- n. ;FOR SAX1E.3 ' St., & 7-BT- BARRELS FRESH SALT. s .Prices Always Reasonable. 1 T. It. WALTON. The Great Remedies . ,.KT J DATENTS I AVir,I,IAISltlJRG WilHainsbur, Ky. BRYANT &STRATT0N Business College nil L O Kin u K3tfryy"nnej v lwumi tKjvn friw9iwT V" sss" -- jp' V Semi-Week- ly Tm; bathing suit is put away, In A c mplc of rlegant School of Lincoln county, Hlccilnn Augtul, 1I90. roo.uto.i I.urotcr Street which hor charms she- did display. Tho tillable i.jf.otli to m Illi.irr "f Urd.rnomi. u Hon. JohuC. Jones, tlio vcWniu garment wears its luster yot, because Published Every Tuesday and Friday HI. w.t; WM.CII. liuiilornf America. Im? jutt jmsso'l in fact, 'twas nover wet. AT l Candidate or Clerk of tha Court of Appeali, through Donvor on lits nay to Ills wtj WmrE5i&ziiM 'JiKHY "What doos tho lover boo say to his ubject to the action of the Democratic party. A"L33 I S'C J?lCIt YKAK.1N ADVANCK home In Cuttlcn City. Kas.. from Klec.ion Auguit, 8. sweetheart?" asked tho snako editor. kW .T flwE. I'tuli. whero ho recently noli! a "I am not acquainted with tho languago When not o paid $2.50 will be charged.1 fnHllKsfiKbiMa. Lot, In Ills buffalo howl In of insects," replied tho horso editor. A Wrick Interest nccupieJ by .Mr. is tho iruntlutiitin who "What does ho say?" "IIo says: 'O OnSomeret ureet, ill iVMiitM. H CO., 3TTTTOTT ( II, Cooper. A vrry d".iriole place and tun t e Acrn of I.uud i'j milet north nt bufhonoycomb to mo.'" .filtrinnted tho Idea of f.ilslng tho otiUinrd at a Uarira.n Vddrett .r call on K. C. LOCALTIME CARD. Stanford, liood box home. Alio a nock field of W M.AVOKUsON. tiM'per, Kmimii, HUSTON VIIal.B. KY. falo for domestic; purposm. Adilm ttr.KK, conilitlnifof about uiacrti. Tin: craze for sliding over Niagara Or I'. M. MillOiiKlirs, MviforJ. Kv. Train leaves Iluwland at 7.00 .1. 111., returning W. T. SlKPHKNbON, Crab Onliard, 7S In an Interview ho tfiivii tho follow-i.i- ij Falls, says tho New York Commercial, Ate Hill In the limine and icao) lu lo any at i'A ? nhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm lutoresUng story tjeyawljnj,' his has reached such proportions that it has thine in the Undfrlal.li line M'i bav a full S. O. DAVIS, lock of Care ami CaW nl ll klnd ami Kotv early days as a hunter mid his pel been found necessary to plant signs l. & n jlomTtTme card. Our heme, winch l nearly of every II. along tho banks of tho river requesting albiiri new lan he fibtmied IJ Jtpm hobby of domesticating this now PHYSI0IaN AND SURGEON, (!rrn haclirjfHolrur Imainnnollre Mr J bow Mail tram going North lll ami visitors to "Ploasu keep oir tho cata... South 131pm most extinct raeo of bovlnes: " " " tiiythint; in our our eooiU 10 an. one " Expreti train .. South "J7Pm ract." MT. VJUIWJOK, K V. line I bean hunting' tho buffalo in 1871 ..... it; am North A mttix chap was very much afraid E. H. BUHN3ID2, Proprietor .6301m at fifty cents upiooo. Loral Frelchl North All I did was to Drue Store, Office not door to Whitehead' 5 JSP m thunder-stormSouth and ono night, when Specialattention given to diieaiei ol children iv:ry, $tcd and $alc Stablt hoot them down for a company, which of The latter train alo carry paitcngert. praying at his mother's knee, being No Hotel In Kentucky ha a bMter repniutiun a The aboieii calculated on standard time. Solar would lake tho hldcj to Hayes City and III proprietor In dctrrinlntJ ihu somewhat fearful of an approaching Z, time ii about jo niinutci fatter .ind Fort Yhlluco and well them. They storm, lie said: hall be maintained us only "Plenso send -- S fi would split thu hide' down tho belly, plain rain this tluio, if will do HARRY A. EVANs, just as it culling the logs n little ilislituce down, well." He tut recently a.', led lo lit appointment CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL i hu then cut tho noclc lyul slIppodTt An osthnablo physician, Who Is dabSTANFORD,. KV buck n little Taking u loop in a rope bling in real estate, recently forgot to Al.o Of the various Baking Powders illus- they would hitch 0110 team of horses give tho necessary Instructions along to tho hide and one to tho horns and with tho prescription. On bolng aroused A First-Clas- s Livory Stable Engineering and Surveying in trated from actual tests. all branches. W.H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. whip the hldo olT In less time than It from his sleep to toll tho family how To accommoda e tlie demand, of tilt hn.rea.ed tho mcdlclno was to bo administered ho transient patrnrace. Hot Turnout furoithed LONDON, KY . lal.es to tell it ROYAL (Pure); o Commercial lracleri and others down and tho r.ood turnout and taddle hone alway lor Vrt 1825. "I have oftor Idllod from forty to replied: "One-hal- f London It the moil conve on reaonable term GRANT'S (Alum) Mm in ono and two years." sixty buffalo rlgnt In their tracks. I lent point on the railroad lo reach placet in the 'lhot. A. Ireland, I'reifdem; 10 (fresh) "Wkm., auntlo, doar," said Mabel to RUMFORD'S lieo (t (line Vice 1'reiident; XITSTJR.AXTCE in the mountain rlion of Ihe Fte ili red out a plan o' my own to corral her visiting country relative, "how did C I.. Tomplln,Set"y .tiul t.vn'l Maug , ' ; them on the prairie I made an effort II. V. Woodward, ANum HANFORD'S (when frtsh) Dwelling, Houwhold Furniture, Store, Mer Autticr.M. Saundwi, I'ltiMircr , On chandite, Ac , appljr tj the old to get In front of the herd when they you like tho opera?" "Not much, THE RILEY HOUSE, CHARM ' (Alum Ponder) John K. Kut.ell M. tl wero traveling, so that thoy would child," was tho slow reply; "but," brightening visibly, "tho man up front, Pennsylvania Firo Insurance Co. F. U. UILEY, Proprietor, DAVIS' and 0. K. (.Mum)" coino within twenty yar.ls of mo In who kept chasing tho files from tho damage pld attached and I.lKhlntnt: ctaute CLEVELAND'S P"ising by I then shot tho lcador orchestra's bald bonds, was tho funniest American Accident Indemnity AHcmtioi Kontucky. London, heihef Are en.ue or not, GLO, II HKUCK, A(ent. aaxa through the head and dropped her mortal r scon In many a day." 17 PIONEER (San Frarcico) dead In her tracks. Tho leader was Of NEW YORK. hue mot ed to my new Hotel and am belter ".Ir.rntA." said Mrs. Jones, as her CZAR titepared lhaii ever to accommodate Ihe public generally u cow. Tho old bulls wore husband sat reading his paper, "I wish (.oo.l Livery attached andetyy contenience .'... DR. PRICE'S lazy and usually lagged behind. Tho you would buy omo of hat lovoiy One me a call. Preferred and F.itra Preferred KiV only arc WOOD FRA.SK RILEY. ;; ilonth herd would fall buck iu tho direction Cheddar eheeso In tho market." "How in.iued at a iot ol Uue Dollar pt.raccidcjl Indent SNOW FUKEiGr-fT.luiurPrelcrred K.ikt in Ultr lir.ded from which they came about one hunmuch Is it?" snarled Jones, "dnly nee Include Hunker, Merchant, Slctnen, .. CONGRESS. I oeri, Commercul 'I ravderi, Manufactudred yards, stopping to trim around to fifty cents a pound, dear!" "Well, I rer ,not wur lucj and kiudred M.cupalibliit and HECKCA'S. 31) Fourth Avenue, 'ook for danger. In a few minutes one should Cheddar!" said the reckless man profeiona) men generally. MT. VKUNON, KY. of the cows lod out to go around on ono ns ho returned to his reading. GILLET'S Thiiold and Hotclt (till malntaia ;ldo or the othur, and then I could "Tins world Is pretty evenly divided MAXIMUM HKNKrTrS: HARFORD'S (Non: Such), when rotfre-h.Ing it Hue reputation. Charie reatonabte. Speafter all," said tho butcher, as ho drop her us did the first. Thoy cial attention to ihe tiavclmr public. C. A. 1ENE0ICT&C0., Life , .000 PEARL (Andrew t Co.) would again fall back u short distance scraped away at his block. "How?" I.oof Hindi or Fed M. V NEWCOMI1, Prop., I.o.i of i5,l0 "Lady In tho diamonds und sealskin lnur Itntk Kr UIU Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, (PI tphitc), Ml Vernon, Ky. hea not frc.h, RUKror.D'S and huddle up togot'ier close'y. . 01 or rubl. l.JOO In hero "After a short pause another cow gets out of her carriage, comes "Well." i.ot innu otal Ditabilit) Pernianei.t I "TAN FORD. KV Government Chemists. Beports of and inquiries for 'sassagc.'" l.o. of One F.c boo g might undertake to go around on tli --. l.o of huinb or Indet Finder 150 "The Royal Bili.if; Powder is composed of other side and Invariably mot the "Well, other folks have thomonoyand IMiofKlihcr Oilier FiiiKetx Well drilled lo order and Pump furtmhpd tl lOO us butchers havo tho eddycashun. I factory price. pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not J 01 lime noi eicccaiu; imi ncch,per same fate us the oller two. The herd Makes mo feel mote content." LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ,. contain either alum or phosphates, or other Ini voi-TEAriiEU "What rewards wero given G. Love, Ph.D." after thir. was suwj to form lu a jurious Apply tour addre. ' eloso group upon tho. groitnd whore to the victor in tho ancient games, Sam"The Royal Raking Pouder is undoubtedly they halted after the first shot. THE LARGEST AND FINEST-HOTEmy?" Sammy "A Httlo boy was sot the purest and most reliable baking powder JUJJ fJJJ STA8IS1 G. J retraced their stops only a short up on his head." Teacher "Little IN THE CITY. offered to tlte public. btjyl Where did you get that notion?" uUtnucc. STANFORD, KV, iS filth Mire. L(,Ui II.I.K. K. " Henry A. Moit. M. D., Ph. D." "Now thoy hud trouble on three Sammy "Why, you told us yesterday "Tlie Royal Baking Powder is purest In qual , SPECIAL ATrKSriONtoCOMMKUCIAt, RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDity and highest in strength of any baking pow- - sides, and on tho other their back that a chaplot was put on his head; and j traveler Hone and mult bought and ld. i race. I was free to shoot down as if a ducklot is a littlo duck, and a brookder of which I hac knowledge. horteiand ichi.lct u.ed iu lltery ING TO ROOMS. Onl) R. B. many as I wanted, provided I did not let n littlo brook, ain't a chaplot a littlo " Wm. McMurtwe. Ph. D. ' Alto agent for the chap, say?" SUCCESSOR TO All Alum baking powders, no matter how lioot loo rapidly and alarm them. , WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING COhigh their strength, are to be avoided as dan- Whenever one attempted to lead away Turkish a Russian maths in iioii.l ' HERBS FOR HOME USE. gerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, made sure to kill it, and this taught too freely, or under climatic changes suffer ae- IIoitEHoUMi is good for a cold. tcrioration. tT, IE3I- - IE3.IXjQ?0-J-the others that It was sure death to tho GU4TU AV'lCNUE. Taasy makes a very good tonic. leaders. ThliuolKc furewatnt humeri, Kthcrmru nd CRAII ORCHARD. KY LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY other not ta tretpatt nn our Un.lt without Catnip has a proverbial reputation for "To bo sure. iUwaa cruel, but I could R. C MORGAN, D. D:S. a all uc)i will be protrculrd to the Deler In hear. tho crack of guns on ovory hand, Its ofllcacy in cases of eclic. J The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Hats, Caps T.Jciteni of the law. Signed 11 HOPPER. .iiid I thought I would have mr share. (Dry Goods, Notions, Mint is a very useful herb, having a DENTIST. OKO HILL, tOClr of M McKOHKirrSJK. M.S. 1IAUCHMAN, I begun to reiiliza that these ani- good effect In cases of a sick or sour opposite Porttr.an Hoikc, Oflkeon Maui fcoilT McALI.srKR, Hoot, Shoei. Clothinz. Hardware, Queen. J.K HKUCK Mare, Tinware, Furiiittire and a upstairs. Niir.ju. llxide l,.i gien for painlei mals would soon become extinct, mid I stomach. S. H SHANKS, S II. HAUOIIMAN. extracting. MRS HENRV IIAUOHMAN, A.M FELANP Anv kind of herb poultlco Is vory t. turned my attention to saving tho Conoral Lino of Crocorios, E.T PKNCE, sTANHjRD. KKNTICKY. JOHN W HOLME'S, Prepare tho meal as if for f' C. PARIIISH, A J IIAiDKN, I began to save tho young to soothing. Fancy Candle. Cro lie, Ac 1) V. HOI Mrs Dr P W I.OOA.V, All kind of Produce taken in cchane for eodi In 1881 I mush, and then add the herbs. ntono for my slaughter. PHILHKKT RICHARDS JOSH AHA'N DR. W. 13. PENNY, A chick hatched at York, Pa., first saw Kvcr Wnuailu tm it ol Lnuittille, n II V l.AINKS open J fl.McKINNK' . bagau to gather up calves. It was very Mrt AMhORD IRWIN tho light of day througl.threo eyes. It including the world miooncd difllcult to ruUo them. At first I lost DENTIST. 0. H. M110BERTS, M. 1., ' per cent., but aftar a little experi- had two mouths, but did not know how KNOX & JOHN B. STETSOH & CO'8. HATS Mum irvl, in otlice recently OiTice S .ut ' to uso either, and died. STANFORD. KY. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. ence I could save UJ) por cent. 1 stocked vacated b). Or Neoi.kct to maintain proper insula- And a it nr yn mipirtt on uf Kelith Hati my farm near Garduii City with young Olficcon Lancatter Street, oppo.ite Court Houm jimI Lou' tion of wires is tho cause most the and Caps An eleam lim lo Havinc plae on WALLACE E. VARNON, ones as rapidly as I could gather them. fatal accidents by olectrioofwires inof New Celeliraled I'mbirlli aiwa fn tun J Kin practice nlremoved to thlcall theIrom Liberty, the aliention ol profetiton, itCUItlal twU)TCHICAC05tia At tho close of 18SI I had raised only lork lately, according to experts. i.wm. pun lie to me lavi iiiai ue wju i.u ifuurm Attorney at Law, SEAL SKIN SiiCQUES, CAPS, day or nlifht to antwer ullun town or tountry. f iii the next year seven, and tho next Two co.M. dealers at 1'ort Huron bid in Stanford and nt ollii lite weie Kentucky., ; far d Stanford, Won until I hud exactly tho same figures for supplying Olote and other ur. peniitt tiricr nut Thirty year it unneceary itpca. ui jviii.j t he deem uhvilcUn and rKeon Atnarcuiinn i4iruu jv a herd of nearly ono hundred." San tho city with 090 tons of coal, and then tide of my toll, in J, rf'' t v.illsf. t.nr Miran c ourt of tint anil adjoin-nWill practice m tjtc of the people of altnford ami vie nity itakcd i " H1 fS ll Franclco Chronicle. they tossed a cent to seo which should tied Dhi i lail loor.i r counties an i 'he mri of uppil by hint Office over McRobert & SUgg' drug itore ' havo tho contract. 'LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI A i.Aitv of Newvilie, Cumberland , BEAUTIFUL FOREVER. THE CINCINNATI County, N. Y., has a piano which was Daily Sfcure lo Traveler, A Vell.Prc.ti'rvi;il Couple Who ml I.ntril owned by the wife of President John JuIncy Adams. Tho instrument is still THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Half ii ( cntiiry AkaiiAHH In u car on tho New York Central in excellent condition. Kver attcwiud between the great commercial A hop poultice is especially soothing T&Kn& WILL PAY tiro seated a gentleman and a lady. The THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCJJTE cine on the Ohm Kittr and Chicago, and hene the fatten tune and mutt lomfurtable traim beon account of opiato qualities possoscd From gentleman is bronzed, apparently by tween all pfclnt in the South, or to the Weil and "AlAKES.TH Nurthweil, 1'he ' otiaterpartof thi train on all r sidence in a hot climate. His hair by tho hop, and for this reason a hop CENTRAL. KENTUCKY W pillow bus a happy oi'eet on a person trunk line It denominated The Limited Kiprei. and whiskers are jet black, but tho ue tupcrn roiling mock we employ give paironi BELABOR crow's foot Is visible at either temple. sulfering from insomnia. TO AGENTS SENDING THE Unlimited Cm lor on-all CeiiMn Ticket Olfice in the South LESSENS PAIN Tin: Unter den Limit n of Merlin, with Largest Number of Subscribers between LIFE 0k ' you vill find our lime table and ticket. Say Mo-he lady is attired iu the height of three linns of an- lamps separated by inn, gel .Monnn and titrk to Mnnun, ll you want fashion, in a style suitable to youth and two rows of 10 ave monet and hate a pleatant jnurnev. Noy. 1, 1889, and March 31, 1890. trees, ii .said to bo tho best b lauty. K O.McCOKMlCK, FAST LINE UETWEEN Illuminated thoroughfare iu tho world. "to Muinuta General Patteimer Agent, Chicago Tonsiit thoncpnts In their work, wp will AVould you object to Uentleinan MAIllO riu City Ticket Agent and Office-- : wires are under "round. The nlsopay to tliohlMlSCJtIIIKilS thoy .lilnin LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. havlug tho window up? Many years BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAg M llll'KNFIt. ve , LnultvlTc, Kv 7 4th An interesting dlscovory is said to K A lOItltl M.F, solo by fit i of Australian life lwivo made mo very have beon niiido in India. This Is nothi;lue t , t Incinnall, 0 17, 18I9 SUIKDULE IN KrTM. I M 'nslt'vo to drafts. 9 No. No 6 ing less than the lost books of Euclid of No . rt a P. x Sun. , Lady (aside) That voice! To gen- which u Sanskrit translation is said to Si Daily I'.k. Sun For Correct, or as near Correct Answers Oh. not in the least. Asldo have been found In Joypore. tleman. pin, aspossible to the following problem.namely : Lve Cincinnati .. 8 10 a m 10 p in It is Theodore. p m 8 K w a i'gtiin. I.ve Covington... q 18 a m 8 o; p in 4 08 p m (lentleman (emphatically) What will he the Inlal number of V 17 P in Thank HELPS FOR HORTICUL1 URISTS. Falmouth,... l,c Pari p in II 10 a m 10 jj P m 5 40 In the first f largest Hits recciveil in Arr Those accents! you! Anidu. 10 M p in JL2L p rn Hi itv bones about the roots of tho Arr LlvinKlcn... ij a) p tho above contest? N N..V.M V. Co. E. D 5 41 p in Lady Did you speak? II 30 a .r)Ofl and it may be near grape vine. The vino has a great lovo Lie Pan It inny be near 30 pin p Arr Wincheiter.. a 05 p in zi e beg your pardon. for bonos. fiOOO. Gentleman p m Only ono Night out to New York. 7 30 No one can tell exactly, but niav in in Arr Richmond... on it anil guess at it. WK WILL i'AV Arr I.ancatter.... 4 55 p m Vour voice recalled recollections of A (loon, honostly packed barrel of Sclid VeMibulcd Train to 5 10 p in Stanford. a o fifty years ago. It reminded mo of will usually m'H for what they are $100 Cash for (he fst Nearest Correct Guess. Arr 55 50 Cash for the 2d Nearest Correct Guess. LtTKichmond .. 3 oj P " one In other times, but no matter. worth, liood and "bud apples together Washington, Philadelphia, Arr fj t co 50 Cash for the 3d Nearest Correct Guess. Arr llerea 5 jojirn Llvinuton. Your features, too, ftrangoly llko sell for the price of bad apples. Baltlmoro, Now York, 50 Cash for the 4th Nearest Correct Guess. to' t t3 hers only, If you will allow mo to say No. 1. who has good winNo. $. Tin: N 50 Cash for the 5th Nearest Correct Guess. Cloo cuimctioii for llotton and all polnl K.tt o the complexion Is even more brill- ter apples keeps them in good condition 100 Cash for the 6th Nearest Correct Guess. mid .southcatt, O. 2. S () a in nd sends them to market in honestly-packe- d 50 Cash for the 7th Nearest Correct Guess. I.ve Livuifiton KFFKCTIVK OCT. 1, i!A). iant." a 10 35 50 Cash for the 8th Nearest Correct Guess. I.ve Hcrea. barrels will probably realize a Lady Oh! Might f ask her name? Richmond. 45 a in TFT.tXLTiT Liin.VtY. Accom, 50 Cash for the 9th Nearest Correct Guess. Arr good priro for litem. F.ASTW'AKD. (iontlemau Her unniu was Hose. Daily Kxpret. Dailv 7 00 a in I.ve Stanford 50 Cash for the 10th Nearest Correct Guess. Lve Lancaiter Kx. Sun Dally Fx, Sun. a 7 t Miuib tie's und vines are ruined by Lady It Is my own. 100 Cash for the 11th Nearest Correct Guess. Arr Richmond. 10 o) a in Lie Stanford j 17 am i 6 ji n'n 11 31 n'n f lentleman Is It posslblo I am speak- reckless clipping and sawing than by 50 Cash for tho 12th Nearest Correct Guess. Lve Richmond. I lu a in 10 p " l.exinglon I 10 pm jtjiipn j am noglect to prune at all. Never prune a in p in " Winchester la 4j pni 7 00 pm o 40 pm 50 Cash for the 13th Nearest Correct Guess. Arr Wincheiter j 00 p ing to her daughter? " K. U. Junction 7 40 you kno.v juki what you want to ll. a m Pari unless 1 50 Cash for the 14th Nearest Correct Guess. Arr Lady You are bpcaklng to herself. accomplish by doing it. " Mt. Sterling I J7 pm 7 jo pm 7 p Lve t 05 p m 7 no a m 3 45 p in 40 pm 50 Cash for tho 15th Nearest Correct Guess. Lve l.cxlugton Preitnn .. m 8 a 03 pin a jo p O. e (iontlemau Heavens! Why, what? Pam il a in 5 '6 p m " Morehead " 100 Cash for the 16th Nearest Correct Guess. m 3 I'm 8 'ij'pm 3 Tin: nverage applo eater does not 4 i' p m 9 13 9 38 pm Lve Falmouth. Ollte Hill .o, niiroly. 4 oj pm 10 40)pm S 40 p in to 35 a in 6 30 p m 50 Cash for the 17th Nearest Correct Guess. Arr Covington fancy a sweet apple. Wo like a swoot Ahland. pm pm I.udy Yes. indoed. j jo p in 0 45 a in 6 3 l m "' Catlvtttliurg .. 6 oj pm 10 37 pni 50 Cash for the 18th Nearest Correct Guess. Arr Ciniitmntl 6 10 apple occasionally, but pretty soon wo 10 jo " Huntliigluii (I'ontleninu 6 jo pin 13 30 am Hut that fresh oxcuso nro willing to substitute the acid apple. Parii at 50 Cash for the 19th Nearest Correct Guess. On iheMaviville Hranch.Nog. leave J. in arriving White Sulphur 545, p 50 Cash for the 20th Nearest Correct Guess. 8M o, a m and No. II,m.at and 8 10. in, in. Ho. at Arr fliarlottitilk-..- .. my rudones- - that youthful color! " 10 n Upon tho whole swoei. apples are not the o ..cvill nt 10 50 am it. 100 Cash for tho 2 fst Nearest Correct Guess. leave Mayillii at J,ijn tn, arriving at I'arn at " Waihinglon Lady That rnven hair! 33 I'm kind to grow. . " llaltlniure O 50 Cash for the 22 d Nearest Correct Guess. 740,11111. No ij leatei Mayivilte at I jo and pm r 5 Gentleman I'll bo candid with you " Pliiladflphl.1 Irhasbnen observed that the varie0 u pn Cash for the 23d Nearest Correct Guess. arrive at Pari nt 4 15, p in Tho train are 50 '(Do -- It's dyed. ' New Vork o. daily except Sunday. 9 20 pm ties of grapes thalaro prolific bearers ure 50 Cash for the 24th Nearest Correct Guess. d p " Klchiiionil, Va.. a 4)0 pm 43 Lady I'll roturn your confidence. I rampant growers with a wealth of roots. 50 Cash for the25th Nearest Correct Guess. 10 N'. am; leave I.cainRtnn iooj am; arrite I'arli " (.Uill'oinlCoinrorl w m. except Sunday 45 Norfolk Oq zi John J. Smith, of Dundee, N. Y has No S leave Cincinnati 5 10 pnijarmea Falmouth )"e tills bloom to cosmetics. Kvory yearly subscription received irom pin : except Sunday , o My hit upon the idea of grafting more tientlenmn Knainoled, lovo! O November 1, 16M, to .MurUi 31, lhlW, i en- 7 iNo. 7 leave Falmouth 600 am; arrive Cincin. e varieties, llko tho Delaware, on titled to ono guess. Hose, my own lost Itoso found! My na 1755 am: except Sunday No j ruliidjlly lirtween I.exink'-tTrain Von-Tho money will bo paid out ns above, im Concord roots, vho result bolng a leaving Lexington at 1145 lioto unladed! in and 5.0 daily hetwecn ll Trains fi, D . .. ... land Cincinnati. No in ilnllv. ftcrnl ftiimln stronger and more wgorons growth, und mutter how fur from correct the answers may Clicinnati and Lexington rinu Lady Vour Hom will fado no inoro. Kithmond, Ky. and K,imt on the K.'c R. be. It is a business problem with advanH at incheter tcrfor connection and 6 make No greater productiveness. tages to no Mibscribcrv fair alike lo all, Sim has bcn rendered beautiful. to point on the N N .V M V. Ity Limited Veitibule from Ciloi'l'i:i straw, according to 1'rof. 1 g' t? lute comers, ns no evidence of what will IMI'OKTAN'l -- Train of thi line now arrive nhia, Wntliiiiginnuml all p .i,',,, vorL ' Oh, how beautiful. Let ' u",,es " Heal, makes the best mulch for strawbothecotrcct answer can be had until the at and depart frum the Central Union Paenger Lexington at 47 p m daily " Slillion Cincinnati, making connection for all o - me fold thee In my nrms. Fat mall from iliiiitiiiatnii. W. ,,! '"u 1. berries. Corn sfalli.sor ooarjo grass out last subset iption'is recorded. point North, F.att and Vet cal .Utlonxarme, (1 hev omtruro us well as thoy can. flno would bo equally good. Leaves HiiliMcrlbcrx not wishing to make it guts, at ,.4V, , U Through ticket and baggage checked to any ly except Sunday '1 lie dye of his vh Ulcers blr.ekuii her from tho forest are good. Chopping tho may glvo that privilege to tho Agent, In destination reached by a railroad. Accommad.itlnii J nt iocal any aent ol the Co. point. Kiehmeml, frum Oliti. HIM which enso a distinct iinilciMiiiiilIng niuxt For full particular addrcn Ky.. and and Uiu pnftit on her cheeks straw mnkes It more valuable for both bo had between them. c S..II.MORSK. K.II.HACON. Ky.ttmr.at Lexl.u,m polnl.on the K c7. dally. co ii' oft on tlje cu of )il pose.) 'O.ivclinu- Paii'g'r Ant., Ocn I Pa g rAgt,, budding. It makes it to nnyono mulching and Agents aro not limited "A.--- nl in,'.leepin.cr Cincinnati, O, Lexington, Ky. SaTlonJ: & ltotinUftill but can have papers bent to any Gei.Jlilfian spread ovener and at tho &amo time it Is W. L. .MUNSON, Trav Pan. Agt.. Cincinnati. !.i.t-if- t. HUNTINGTON, General Manager, more porous, holding mure moisture "u! ILK S. A. II ROADWAY. n. A r. i GKNIiRAL OFFiCnSr Itt Ail ir.it for and permiitlng air to mro D Publisher Kwitiirer, Ciiiriiiiuii, Ohio. Chim'ier ofCjmmerce Huildins, Cincinnati, O Kv freeh. KY. LEXINGTON, ) ! btlf-fnl7.1-- tf Interior Journal HUNTIliQ , THE -- .1 Tulli.Vfltli the Ci.lon IIIn - BUFhALO. 1 1 IN MERRY MOOD. FOR RENT. MISS KATE BOGLE It a Candidate for Superintendent of Public F. Hrlnklcy Og-doi- i. FOB 3 r.j nne-hii- lf House and For Sale or Rent. Tlurty-llire- J. T. 222&Mz&&ti A K I XT THE MYERS HOUSE .111 uei-din- 6,-- s, ?7-- f. r LEATLAixe rowe Pool and milliard Parlors lial-anc- M . Established FOB. Sfs-- I WALLA6E, Kentucky. ) . . Hook-L- ee Mn' Outfitter NEWCOMB n HOTEL. Louisville, J 1 K: . Sj-t- t . 1 THE GALT HOUSE, W-- ct substances.-HDWAR- D M3m.lt Bui-int- o F. BKOm,Geu'l AgtJjyQY GEOGEGHAN ' nrl-cl- i. - 1 . I ! 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