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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889120601 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. r - r. IV Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 4889. McKINNEY. HUSTONVILIE. MT. VERNON, ROCKOASTLE COUNTY. Jj ' VOL. XVII. CRAB ORCHARD. NO. 85 f Coal thieves aro Kettinn in their Wuathorford & Cook are quite busy Foreman Stark now has a Tin' meeting tit tlieClirUtiiui clmrch opening their holiday goods and their assistant. closed l'riduy nilit with four new addi- work since tliu Buveie weutlier hepui. Our postoflice will be moved to the John S. (iood bought n lot of fat lirst display will be on Saturday . All art tions to the Hock. Kek cordially Invited. W.A. B. Davis store. 1.V0 Ihivis' Heboid floHL'll Wedlll'M- - hogs from Mrs. K. II. .Mclvinneynnd It. It is useless for this correspondent to Maretburg has shipped 1,500 rabdny witli n (listrilitition of prizes ami u Yoenin at !l Miss Miltio Crow's lino Ibyonr-ol- d dwell longer upon the merits of thocoin-in- g bits this season. regular Siuita Claim treat. The ppool or "raveling" trick is haventertainment that is booked from ltev. A. J.Tribblo will preaeJi at thu Nobby filly died Friday night of Inst this place to Stanford Dec. 17th. Mr. ing n big run here now. Kverybodv On account of contemplated changes in the business about Jan. ist, HuptiHt ehuieli next Snturiliiy night and I week; eatine iiimnown. McKinney has a night ollleo now. Walton, tho generous editor of the Intk-itioi- t, "bites." llev. .lolui Cannichiiel Sunday at 11 d of 1'. O. Hawkins, a nice little gentleman of Hiram Tanner, said to be 00 years has paid us a compliment that is It. (i.tlover sliipped a highly appreciated, but still a deserved old, was married this week to Miss Mary hoys to Cincinnati this week, wlileb he Richmond, lud., is the night operator. Uev. V. .1. Ward preached at the one. The recitations are good ami the Harrison, a lady of 1'J summers. bought in this locality at prircs ranging Miss May Adams is visiting LouisBaptist church at 11 o'clock and Uev. music will be something extra. Please from l to :i. Have inaugurated a "Tlieie will be wcdilings and rumors Mr. Bruce at the IVeabyturiuirrliiirvh at give us a full house and make us feel as ville and Owensboro. Mrs. Dr. Bell.foi- comfortable as possible and hear in mind merly a resident of this place, now of of MeddingH before the holidays are past" I i'. i., Sunday. A mad dog passed through our town this one true saying, "Art dillicult, critiKansas, is here visiting old friends. Fred billlll I mil om gossiping wniyi wi.u uim-- , -Monday. It bit Kuv. J. .V Bowling's cism easy." Thornton and wife are in from Knoxeth everything. Tho Advocate a short time agospoke ville. "I'lido" John Butcher, a worthy line shepherd and several others. Will Mrs. Fannie Adams left Monday for Intended to sweep an enormous pile of goods into cash within the and icspectable old darkey, was found McKinney followed it to Kimiiett .Mr- - of the marriage of a couple of our girls to We advise two Danvillo gentlemen. We met the Guthrie, Oklahoma, to join her husband next 6o days. We know just what it takes to grind cash out merdead in his bed, supported to have died Cormauk's ami killed it. chandise quickly. You have to Jack Adams, Jr., who was among the everybody to be on the lookout for rab- business manager of the I.vtciiiou a of heart disease ago in Stanford, lie spoke of this Hist to enter the Territory when thrown Joe MelvinV little boy, Leslie, while id dogs. Mr. Adams Ah Ambrose llunn, in company particular piece of gossip and wanted us open to settlers last spring. fondling a pet squirrel had his hand bad ly mangled by this teeth of the camivor-- j with Miss Kvn Ueynolds and Kttie to relieve1 his mind on the subject, but has a good farm near Outline. The young people have organized n tioocli was driving out from Cicero "nairy" a word did we tell liini. Ho ous little animal. O. 1'. Nuwliiud will auaiu come to us Ueynolds' Sunday evening, his horse be said he made a special trip here to learn mite society with Milt. Miller, Jr., presi- And Cut the Life put of Prices. There are many reasons why we 'from over the river," he having bought came unmanageable, upset the buggy facts, but like the Arab, folded his tent dent, Miss Kliza Miller, vice president, can attoru to do all tins. Uurs is the farm luck which he sold n few yeais anil the horse found himself botton bide and silently stole away none the wiser. Miss Lelia William, treasurer, and .Miss T.up. Lena Newconib, secy. The next meetngo to Mr. l'oter I'ox. Otherwise no harm was done, but Call again, Mr. Eddie. Misses Ida and l.iz.ic Twidwell are ing will be ut Miss Kliza Miller's MonMrs. Urilliths, wife id Jim UrillitliH, it was a tinnoiv escape for Mr. llunn in Stanford to remain until Christmas. day night next, Dec. Oth. living on tho head waters of Cedar creek, and the ladies. Of this section. Pride alone would prompt us to see that no other Our village was surprised Sunday J. II. Vanhook and bride have tnk-bi- Miss Ida is having her throat treated by died of dropsy Monday night, leaving' establishment should snatch our laurels from us. Then again it is the care of 7 small, helpless chil- - en roomsat tho Commeicial Hotel. Miss Dr. Carpenter. Mr. Uobt. J. Lvlcs and morning to learn of the elopement dnr- this people who have generously sustained and upheld us to a ' to bo with i"g the night of Mr. K. 11. Boden and Jennie Bibb entertained a number of wife left for Lexington dien. of success never attained by any business house in Lincoln Mr. J. II. Ilutcbings has sold a half Miss Julia Coyle. Telegrams Dr. Hull'man for a few davs. Miss 'year-ol- d .P young friends last Friday evening, county, in the Same Length of Time. So Gratitude should prompt p" interest in his distillery located ifK.it.r. f Junction Citv. uncut Sallio Cook will return with them. Mrs. failed to intercept them and it is learned us to be liberal here. It is not likely wc will make a nickle the rest here to J. Will James and about the mid- Monday night in our town. Thos. C. G. W. Weatherford returned from Stan- they were married at Winlield, Tenn., of this year, and we can afford to Lose a few dollars, but we will dle of February they will begin tho man- White, of Crab Orchard, manufacturer ford She underwent asevcreop-erationb- Sunday night. They returned WednesSell a Pile of Goods. ufacture of ruby liquor In earnest. Mr. of pure C. O. salts, was here Monday in having three polypuses remov- day night. A child of Alex Hairison, two miles The first thing is a whack at Dry Goods. All through the Staple DeJames ami his family will spend the in- the interest of his medicines. Dr. Isaiah ed from her head. This was what causin balmy, sunlit Florida, where he Wesley and Jim Miller, of Middluburg, ed the severe hemorrhages of the nose. west of tins place, was fatally burned on partment we strain the point to sec what is the very best grade we terim owns several prolitic orange groves. can sell for any price named. Oeorge Alford, of Moreland, Ueynolds Tho operation was performed by Dr. Car Wednesday evening and died within a An oyster supper, given by Miss Ki- Cotl'ey, of Hustonville, and Thos. Brad- penter. Mrs. J. B. Green is very little few hours, after terrible siiHeriiig. The The best 5c Muslin; the best 5c Calico, worth 7c; the best 5c Check little one was parching corn in a shovel ln May S.iuuders at her pictty homo Fri- ley, of Jamestown, were hero Sunday, improved. Shirting or Gingham. Special Values in Winter Jeans. Great at an open fireplace w Idle its mother was day night, was appreciatively relished we presume, to see their best girls. Come bargains in Canton Flannels; also in all wool Flannels. Splendid FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. at the spring. Its clothing ignited and by ipiito a coterie of lady and gentlemen agnin soon and often, boys; wo welcome bargains in Dress Goods and attractions in the Clothing Departfriends. The menu was superb and the you. J. H. Maniu, of Nolin, (Mine up to M. F. Klkin bought of John Pep-pie- s before the (lames could be smothered ment, such as have never been displayed in Stanford. Men's Suits fair hostess never appeared more enter- attend the wedding and see his bct-- t several head of fat cattle at L'J cents. the seal of death was stamped upon the and Overcoats; Children's and Boys' Suits: Fine and Cheap Pants, taining to herguesU, who went away de- girl and was tho guest of J. l Crow David Anderson sold to Isaac Her-ri- u child. All at Lower Prices than any House in this section can afford to reporter at The Courier-Journal'- s lighted with the evening's enjoyment. several days. Mrs. Susie Woodward a pair of mare mules for name. Somerset hns evidently drawn ujion his Miss Maggie Harbison, of Knoxville, Cherry, of Urodhead, was present at the imagination or has been imposed upon. Every day this year will be a Big Bargain Day with us. If you want Teuii., accompanied by Col. Ben Bean, I wedding and spent a few days in our J. II. McAlister sold to Win. to save money see what you can do in Shoes and Boots with us. of the same city, attended the Curtis re- midst visiting friends and relatives. Mits of Mereer, --M cotton mules at His special to that paper says In capturing Willis l'ase and other moonshiners ception here this week. In phisitie I.ou Gooch, of Waynesburg, was the $S0. Men's Women's and Children's Shoes of best work cheap. and features Col. Beau bears such n guest of W. It. (iooeh and family last M. F. Klkin Irought of Taylor House in this and Jackson counties last week, Sec our splendid bargains in Hats and Caps, Blankets, Comforts, &c marked resemblance to week. a lot of fat hogs at $:.1(), and of S. It. that a desperate tight took place between Call in and iook whether you wish to buy or not, but don't do yourthe ollicers and 'shiners, in which WilCleveland that if we had met him on the Cook a lot at SS.'J.'i. self the injustice to buy until you see vhat you can do at JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. Fo'rty-fou- r steps of the White House no amount of No. 1 mules for sale, 2."i lis Pase was wounded in the arm and uxHistulutihg would have convinced ns News has been received heio of the of them mares and 10 horses. A. K. one of the posse's horses badly shot. m,c1' "Knt took I)ll,L'ei M0 0,,t' wsm that he was not thntdlstlnguished states- serious illness of Mr. J. I). Haukla, near Dennv, Shelby City, Ky. man. ,1,,rt or shot at except one llceing STANFORD, KY. T. Nunnellev shipped to Cincin-- 1 l'crryville, father of J. Henry Hankla, The marriage of Mr. Charles Curtis shiner named White, who escaped. d of fat hogs, for nati yesterday a of this place. to Miss llurchlu Ktrklnnd, of Boyle, was ltevs. Dawson, of Harrodsburg, fa which he paid ft to $.'1.10. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. noted in your issue of the 2litli. After u A Smith county, Kas. girl won $."0 ther and son, are conducting a protractlunch at Mrs. .lames Uussell's, a sister of Wilson Gooch, who has just reached meeting at tho Presbyterian church the other day by husking and cribbing the bride, the wedding party enme here ed his majority, and Mies Myrtle Horton here. There have been several additions 00 bushels of corn in live bonis. and whs tendered a reception nt the Santaline, formerly the properly of 10, were married at Mr. Peyton Houten's church. L groom's father's, where about 10 Invited to the Isham Clark, colored, driver of Hil S. H. lluughman, has won three races near Kingsville, yesterday. congratulations guests extended their in- - straight along at Klizaboth, N. J. J'wing Watterson, son of the great 'rill 111 ton's delivery wagon, was painfully ..It. I I..AI...1 (lui lllll.l.ll ..SVSIStlV T he horse he was ilnv I. M. Bruce and others bought a car- journalist, eloped with Miss Jennie 'juredTiusday. ,., . ...:.i...J..iw..i i.,..,II llll-- f lilt Mil orviiimi oui'ii f frightened at a train and ran load of Illinois black oats from Cincinna- Black, of McMinmille, Tenn., and were ... ,...A, .. ... ii.i.i Yiniuu ut .uiro .11.111: urn irinuu, im.-- i u oil, tho wagon luuulug over him. He ti which cost them 27 cents a Is Receiving His bushel married. The groom is -- - and has been thing of elegance and beauty and literal- will probably be kept in doors sometime 't trying his hand at newspaper work. delivered. ly groaned under the ponderosity of I Mr. Garland Singleton and Mr. W. by his iujuiies. James Hill, of Marlon, bought of F. daintv viands. Mr. Curtis is a clever, J. L. Itose has just returned from I). Myers, l.'i head of fat cattle at !1J P. Reynolds, two clever young gentle- - j thrifty young farmer and his bride, posGive him a Trial Louisville, where he went to purchase cents and of William Snow a bunch of men from Waynesburg, were over yes- Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, sessing amiability and culture, will make goods. Mr. P. W. Green has re- 10 at same price. terday 011 the most important business Ninas him a loving and faithful helpmeet. May moved to Harrodsburg. Mr. Geo. Ball Capt. Drake, of Marlboro county, S. that can ever occur in their lives that a c. SINK. less ardently J N. MENEKEE their hearts never vibrate has rented the Couimoicial Houe, for- C, announces that he has just gathered of securing licenses to marry the girls of. than on the day that saw their destinies merly occupied by Mr. Green, and will from an acre '2 bus. and 10 lbs. of corn. their choice. The double wedding was united. reopen the hotel. The l.ugest yield on record at the Na- to occur last night at the residence of .Mrs. .). ii. tiuicuings, accompanied mill. win. uiiues, oi Lunanon, tional Agricultural Department is 212 Klder Wilson Gooch. near MoKinnev. lv her father. Mr. George Kvans, at passed throng i town last week on his bushels. Mr. Singleton taking for his life partner, R.nTTrt-'H- ' t t,. -this week the bedside of Col. .wre re. w return from Washington City, where ho Tho first day's sale of line horses by Mits Tryphiua Hubble and Mr. Ueynolds Will Lvans, who is lying dangerously ill Juulbcen to pieseul hisendorcemont for Bruce A Kidd, at Lexington, brought 5(1 Miss Lucy Singleton. I4atlis, at his homo near Danville. J. 1. Lynn, the Lebanon po.stollice. Messrs. Behlen of t A3KTB one of the cleveicst of the tiaveling fra and Johnston, his opponents have under the hammer at an average The fast mail time between oceans GSiF-SHfilO..')!!. S. H. Baughmaii bought u ternity, was talking trade to our mer- bioiight charges against each other. If Scroll Work, Is now four days V2, hours. chestnut (Illy by Blue Kyes, dam Vien.lames Tandy, employed by the L. it chants Tuesday. Bright Ferrell, that these charges are true dipt. Unities na, for i?:V3. of democratic corposity, was jolly lump X., at llopkinsville, caught his foot in a should icceive tiie appointment. J. O. Lynns sold to John lewiney i; Cedar and Locust Posts. here this week. Miss Amanda HutchinA boy named Johnson, age IS, was Sons Monday 20 yearling mules at JlOo. frog and an engine ran over, fatally ins We will carry a lull stock of everything found in a Lumber Yard. son is visiting friends in Maywood and heio Wednesday night on his way home, juring him. A, C. SINE, lluviness Maniger. T. K. Wood bought of George Kvans, of Col. Jordan Peter Chandler is head over VI miles from Loudon. He states that At Grosbeckerek, Hungary, SO woGarraid, 12 head of feeders heels In the soup. Will Pettns tackled he left home about one year ago, has men are on trial, each charged with poiOn the.Maysville Dranch, No 9. leaves Paris at W cts. it. L. Salter bought in Garfor 8 oo, am and No. n, at 545, p in, arriving at his first "line job" nt Corbin Monday, been to New York, Philadelphia, Cliica-go- , soning her husband. Thirty-eigh- t of tho 10 II and rard county Maysvilleat 10 jj, a m, and 810, p m. No. 10 mules at where he goes to work nights. Prof. leaves Maysville at 5,13 a 111, arriving at l'aris at Denver, New Orleans and othercities, SI 10. D. N. Prewitt bought from Alex-Dot- husbands died. Marriage w?s a decided 7 4o,am. .NO.11 ieae .Maysville at 150 and was griping John Audeison, oj Whitley, failure in these instances. among which were Johnstown, Peuu., arrives at l'aris at 4 15, p in. These trains are d of Point Leavell, 22 head of "BhUK GIIASS KOUTK." daily except Sunday. hands of auld acquaintances here on which ho visited soon after tho Hood. the After being condemned to death by feeders at i'AXy and shipped same No. 43 leaves Lexington Sunday. Miss Pearly Newland, of Urod-hen- He is a very interesting and unusually allirm-e- d THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE 10 45 nmj except Sundiv 10 oj am; arrives l'aris to Paris. W. L. Caldwell & Son have juries and having their sentences No. 8 leaies Cincinnati 5 10 pm;arries Falmouth was down Sunday visiting her old bright boy. He From by tho court of appeals, the governor left last night by some sold I yearling jacks, got by their great 710 pm; except Sunday. CENTRAL KENTUCKY hcboolmate, Miss Birdie Hilton. Mr. J. train for his home. Before going ho No. 7 Icaics Falmouth 600am; arrives Cincinof Tennessee has granted absoluto parjacks, Giant and Imp. Abran, to Lear nati 7 S5 am; except Sunday To all Points F. Daiu, of Knoxville, left that booming shined a pair of shoes for one cent and don to the live IJ.irnard brothers, who Train Notes: No. 1 run's dally between LexingBros., of Paris. Price, S2,or0. Advoton and Cincinnati, No 4 runs djily between city long enough this week to pay his immediately bought two apples. Just cate. murdered a peddler. Cincinnati and Lexington, respects to his Lincoln county girl. Nos. 3 and 6 male connections at Winchester The last soldier of tho American before leaving homo he told his parents tor points on the N N AM. V. Ky Bucklen's Arnica Salve Therp is too gieat a propensity on ho was going to church. Ho expects to Involution, was Daniel F. Hakeman, IMPORTANT.-Tralns- of this line now arrive FAST LINE BETWEEN The best saUe in the world for cutt, bruise, who died recently at Cattagarue, at and depart from the Central Union Passenger tho pait of somo people to foist their be feeding tho horses at home Friday Y. Station Cincinnati, making connections for all chapfever ores, children into society beforo they have morning and will tell his parents that kotei, ulcers, salt rheum,corns and alltetter, erup- at 101) years of age. There aro 27 wid- LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. points North, East and West. ped hands, chilblains, skin Thrcugh tickets and baggage checked to any thrown oir tho chanielion gushiness of the sermon is just over. tions and positively cures piles, or 110 pay rcquir ows of the veterans yet living, one of destination reached by a railroad. SC1IKDUI.K IN EFFECT NOV. 17. 18S9. For fulLparticulars address any agent ot the Co. natures. They fancy It is Kiurameed to givo perfect satisfaction, whom is Sallie Heath, who resides in ed. their adolescent B. !. II. .MUKSK. No. 4. No. 2. No. 6. li. II. IIAUU.N, l'rice 35 cents per box. l'nhiski county, this State, at &i years of or money refunded, that by beginning early their pets will TraveliiiL' l'ass'g'r Act., Gen'l I'ass'g'rAgt,, Bogg's Chorry Cough Syrup Ex ,Sun. For sale by A K. Penny, Stiutord, Ky. Ky. Dally. Cincinnati, O. Ex, Sun. vexing age. become "stars" in tho social world, I giMii lendiil tutiifuuton to tli tuile and Elizabeth Conkernous, who weighed I.ve Cincinnati ., 8 10 a m 3 co i mj ' 3S P'". W. L. Ml'NSON, Trav. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. in many instances tho kale are ouiitcly marveloui, whkli can le whereas they become, H.E. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. Morit Wins. p for in no other way except that it has just died at Arkoe, O. I,ve Covinsion.... 8 18 a m, 8 09 p in inpm GENERAL OFFICES: m 4 08 p m We desire to say to our ciliitns that for e.irs 700 pounds, moro "wall (lowers" and back numbers. accoutuvililoubt the belt on the market. AiV. for 9 44 am'01; I.ve Falmouth.-.- .. p m Chamber of Commerce Iluilding, Cincinnati, O without ' ii 10 a mio ti p m 5 40 p we has 0 been selling; I)r King's New Dlscmery It required --00 feet of lumber to frame Arr l'aris "The sooner young men court the sjlrls, Wo keep it. A. p m to J5pm 0 30 in 11 00 and Le sure yon get the genuine. for consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, lluck the box in which tho collin was incased, Arr I.lvinRton..M The sooner they will marry." 5 45 P "1 11 90 it in! It. Penny, IlrugKiit o so p m leu's Arnica Sake and Electric Hitters, audh.ne and tho collin itself measured (I feet .'1 in- L.ve l'aris p frequently turns out to bo u baso delusArr Winchester.. 11 05 p m 7 30 p m m never handled remedies that sell as well, or that .10 Richmond.,., Juraos T. Uott, Oarml, 111., Saya: ion and a hollow mockery; and tho dishave given such untcral satisfaction, Wc do not ches in length, II feet in depth and was Arr Lancaster- -. 1 offer for rent my lintel in the town 4 55 l m1 of LancasArr He (uiil Ihirly.onc dollars doctor' bill for lit hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we nearly I feet wide. Sixteen men wcro Arr S tanford 5 to I " ter, known as the Mason Houw, containing iS position and temperament of tho parvestand reajy to reluud the purchase price if satisrooms besides kitchen and other outbuildings. mid one bottle of Htadficld' n one year t 55 Richmond and a side of tho I.ve Ilerea- - ... 3 oj P in nu beau or belle, as tho case may be, be uifc inKegujator did her inure good than all factory results do not follow their use These required as Said hotel adjoins the c"oiirt.houc and immediate, p Arr great popularity purely huvc won ly opposite the new brick livery stable of Walker come sour, cynical and wholly unfit for the medicine the had taken before. II. Dale, oemedics merits. A their Penny, druggist. house had to be removed for them to pass Arr Mvington., 5 aopm It. & Doty. Onlv one other hotel in the town and a in their .. good opening lor the right man. Terms reasonawitli their burden. anything like congenial companionship. drtiKKUt, Carmi, III, Write llradfkld Regulator No. 1. No. 5. o.j. ble Mrs. E. J MASON, for particular!. Sold by DrugA Safe. Investment. George W. Lyle, who said ho was in. In conversation with a society lady on Co., Atlanta, (Ja., Stanford. tf Lancaster, Ky. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisgist A. K. Penny, perfect health at tho time, aroso from l.ve Livingston.. S 00 a in point a few days ago she concluded this . 111 case of failure, a return of factory icsults, or 10 JS a in I.ve Ilerea, with this pithy yet sensible roinark: purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy Ids seat in church at Louisville Sunday Arr Richmond;... 11 45 a in What A Portuno ! school till 7 00 a in "Children should bo kept at It a good healthy, pearly akin. Few are a aro from our advertised druggist n bottleof Dr. King's night and said lie desired to bid tho Lve Stanford 7 45 a Lve Lancaster something about books and of the thoit time it take for a disordered liver to Now Discovery for Consumption, It Is guaran. members good bye, that ho had a pre- Arr Richmond..... 10 OJ a " they know in case when ' :& :m:. not permitted to dabblo in polite society cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin teed to bring relief in cserylungs or chest,used for sentiment lie would die before the rising I.ve Richmond.... 10 p in 6 10 a in such as a 00 p m 7 1$ am Has bought the right to sell the Eurvka Quilting of IIEGGS' ni.OOD I'UHIFIEIl and any affectionufthethro.it, of another sun. Tho congregation was Arr Winchester- - no p mi 70 beforo thoy aro able to detect the dros3 One hottle in Attachment in Lincoln, Garrard and lioyle counArr rans.r 11LOOD MAKUIt will rcstoro this organ to its consumption, inflammation or the lungs, bronchi-natura- l m 3 45 p m ties. It works equally well on all makes of sowing from the gold, tho vicious from the vir and healthy state, and cleanse the blond tis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc., etc. It not much ptruck witli his remarks, but Lve'Lexlugton ., a 05 p m 7 00 a tjo p in 8 IJ am . S p ro machines; will do ten tiuiM the woik in a day of they would not be Bogush-in- g of all impurities,' Ills meeting- with wonderful is pleasant and agreeable to the taste, perfectly ho did die during the night, as lie was I.ve l'aris ...... 4 ia p in 9 S3 a m 5 ai P m any other manner of quilting; in fact it Is one of tuous. Then I.ve Falmouth-- .. greatest labor savers ever olfered to the female be depended upon. Trial found stark and still' iu bed next morncan 5 40 p mio 33 a mi 6 30 p m Arr Covington. in their chat and so giddy in their success. We guarantee every bottle. A. It. Pen. safe andfree atalways Penny's ding-- store, p m sex He will call to see you In a few days. 6 77 ing. A, It. bottles Arr Cincinnati .. j 50 p mio 45 a ml 38 ny, Druggist, We Intend to Rush Tilings ! -- cnr-Ioa- S. L. POWERS & CO. Creat Cut Price Sale, few-day- s Give the People the Best The Pioneer Cheap Dry Goods House dc-degr- I j m to-da- y j i to-da- y Van-arsdal- e, nt S. L. Powers Co.'s HHi Bargain Store, .. ? car-loa- f &u, w ..,.. Iwi-ani- j FALL AND WINTER GOODS. SINE & IYIENEFEE, AVTTS .,-. i .' I mwwi TmESSE"D T.TTM'RI'R. Shingles, Etc., .., , DOORS BklBTDS Mouldings, Brackets and PATENT WIBB ASTD SLAT FE2TCE, -first-rlas- l,i:;."-poun- d KentuckyCeiitralR.B. 1,2:17-pouu- d, m.m 4&. mssMS South-Houn- ' I I 1 For Hent Hotel, pall-beare- North-Houn- d. 84-- Quilting' Attachment 1 si:m:s, I - inaneuvres, v i J (1 il. V'J Jt!.-- " T- j- PPPffSM TT" lwr,Tyrv?1 iyw?W'inr -- ?f!mm'r .,,i,i,i. ..ij It is V ed by tlio democratic caucus nomination g McCrcnry to succeed himself, Gov. him in n highly euloRistic speech Stanford, Kym December 6, 1889 in which ho sa(d anions other things: "As n Congressman ho has been courageous, careful and conservative; as a do- W. P. WALTON. iminr lw. lin been ebouent, ablo and wis- logical; and he has discharged the duties tho water works to Portland. Tho ...i.i. .. nnmnrHliPiiRivn states- - iloiu of druwhur party lines was mnni- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Ul Sneaker HIHI " vui" mansliin. a fervid patriotism and an un fest. Now let it bo further proven by V. VARNON' For County Judge, THOMAS econochanging fairness and wisdom ntiver be- an administration of justice nnd " County Attorney. JOSEPH II. PAXTONj Speaker of my. n. COOPER; " County Clerk, GEORGE fore excelled by any previous " Sheriff, J. N. MENEEEE; such tho House of Representatives:" Mr. Goods Alof The nomination by the prcsidont of ' Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWENS; Carlisle received tho full democratic vote David J. Hrower, of Kansas, as associate Sets, Soxes, " Assessor, E. D. KENNEDY; on the opening of Congress, with tho ex justice of tho Supremo Court, takes tho Sup'tof Common Schools, V. P. McCI.AKY Work Boxes. Cases, A. EVANS; " Surveyor, HARRY ception of Cowles, of North Carolina, country by surprise. Ho is at present a a, Coroner. ARCH CARSON of up fanwho voted forCummings, of New York, U.S. judge and is said to possess decided cy cases, and, Vases, because ho alleges Carlisle did not treat ability. He is a nephew of Justice StephThe President's Message is a long and him fairly in his effort to take the tax off en J. Field. shrub. prosy document of 15,000 words, which tobacco. He is n of our read- The caucus adopted a resolution sending wo aro satisfied not a score NEWS CONDENSED. k. ers would have waded through had we greeting to tho people of the 'country, A largo majority of tho Massachupublished it entire, as was our original and the assurance of theircontinuedcon. intention. A synopsis of its principal faience in and devotion to the principles setts towns voted liquor license Tuesday. to Tho city election at New Haven, Loo features is all tho averago reader cares of tariff reform, as embraced in President to buu-e- r is for and that wo give, though if any of Cleveland's messages to the last Con- Conn., resulted in a democratic victory. been you, be our patrons desire it and will drop us a gress upon that subject, and in the platTho Uell Block, at Gallatin, Tcnn., uon entire message form of principles adopted by the last was burned totho ground. Tho loss is postal, wo will send the u free of charge. Our foreign re- Democratic National Convention; and estimated at 517,000. to him these Goods we lations is tho first subject treated and n hailing with delight tho emphatic apto Joe Vermillion was taken from the To stock or Goods, couple of columns are taken to show that proval of theso principles by the people jail at Upper Marlborough, Md., and Boots, Shoes, Caps, MatHo eulogizes as expressed at tho polls in the recent hanged for barn burning. they are most amicable. . tho Pan American Congress and recom- elections. The resolution pledges a reJohn Green, the negro wife murdera, notice of 8 5 cents; box mends that our representatives to for- newal of the contest for a reduction of er, will bo hung at Georgetown oc, of Tooth shall rank the same as those war taxes. eign lands 10a, unless Gov. Huckner interferes. box of 10c, sent to us. box Drs. Davis and Chew quarreled The Secretary of the Interior asks for over professional matters at Birming , On the tariff question the great uiun v tuui on, oov, u, uaiu or iinseu colors sides of the fence, 517,000,000 more to pay pensions than ham, when tho former killed tho latter. tries to sit on both nqpa Uotton ZO ood sees that 5100,003,000 is wrenched last year, or $1)7,000,000. While- Comlie Two women and four children were Cotton good imrdU Cotton 'from the people annually and piled up inissioncr Itaum is not dome as much burned to death in a tiro that broke out good Cotton wide 7c in surplus, and thinks that there should talking with his mouth as tho lato Air. in a threo-stor- y building at Philadel. careful reduction of the tariff "with Tanner, be seems to be doing tully as phia. be a and to ., duo regard for vested rights, that the satisfactory work for tho deserters tlr.h.nA.s n. nneaihi vjiu ;. ns The poor people of Paris subsist We . 1 t U uit.is OJiyr 'v. iuuMtu as the daily list of new principally on horse meat. Over 14,000 tax should be taken off tobacco and on oe every ot o'oods. are used in manufacto- pensioners and increases attests. It be- old horses have been butchered this such spirits as Main St., ries. Tho loaning of public funds to gins to look liko Tanner was tired to year. M. SALINGER, banks, he thinks, is unauthorized and quiet the public mind as to the monknow tho president's You may says tho amounts now deposited with strous raids upon the treasury, and that message is poor reading when the Cin The Virginia Senate authorized the them should bo used in paying oil' the Itaum was appointed to appeaso tho U. cinnati Enquirer publishes only n brief governor to accept in tho name of tho bonds. This sounds plausible until it is A. H. by continuing tho raids with more synopsis. told that tho bonds that the capitalists discretion in hi3 methods and manners Of the five candidates for Speaker Commonwealth the statue of of Gen. 1!. ' 0 paid 40 cents for have to be redeemed at But the country will not long Imj before tho republican caucus each voted E. Lee. looters, tho' for himself. There was no nonsense trial is if at all, and that fully 500,000,000 boozled by the The Showers s in the ' they may bo able to get away with the about that. progressing at Kli.abethtown before a bonus has been paid vino' Stago', 1 of last two years. Tho use of silver in our surplus before they are kicked out. Durinir tho absence of their mother i Main street, Louisville, jury. Most of where circulation is advocated and the consmall children of William the evidence makes it conclusive that thn thr.. be to Mr. Emmett G. Lou an, who was an of Showers murdered tho young woman, struction of coast defenses at our most cabof the Louisville Downey were burned to death in ir who, he claims, committed suicide. exposed harbors recommended. A law accoucheur at the birth infancy and its in, near Franklin. to moro fully protect tho judiciary and Times, its wet nurse in About 5150,000 worth of jewelry, years, has abandoned A Good Cough Syrup. witnesses in U. S. Courts is suggested guardian in later which Stern & Stein, tho New York jew There l nothing parent should be o artful tho bantling and hied himself to his and likewise a revision of our naturaliza , county farm. Col. 1'olK John- - elers, spirited away before assigning, was aboutaelectincacoujh yrup. HcpR' Cherry . i...i nil ,u.nn. Cough Syrup coitt no more than the cheap and inw oawiuux a.. ,.....- - .. ..v Warren uuil lantsu Oils, School Books, Wall son, who knows and loves him like a captured in Cincinnati. .... nnmn ts artiiul nrflttr. on the maiVct The lxit . . UIU WICUHM W OV.ii iv.. Tho Meller fc llittenhouso Compa ferior notrumi thrown , .u..K says ue win nut jfooJile ureand cct RKO(,S'CIIKRR V none too low first-clas- s As to trusts, the president grows very orotner, fraternity, together with ny, manufacturers of dtug3 and chemic- COUGH SYRUP, We keep it on hand ai M goods. good, bold and suggests that they bo made the i and tho entire i.i: , .:n :,; to do Liabilinrugjut. . . . vsxn imc, A R Pennj-.1... ..i: ... j... -, ..,, als, assigned at Philadelphia. subj ect of prohibitory. and penal legis-- 4l. " reuuing puu.u.-best workman-lik- e ....be remem-- 1 ""- - f)n11-'" Xa n' i"i'- - mill- -- v ft fjipl'nnt ties 5:500,000; assets unknown. anV "LIQUOR HAD ' r. DItUNKENNESS-TH- E lation . Brer Blaine, it will Mrs. Frances Braiden, a Very lT-- In unreuroumi widow, was kicked to death at Knox-villnil tho World tboro la but ono bered .said that trusts are private n.,"amon-iom8pmyeeuro, Dr. Hnlnos' Qoldon SpeclHo. e nut ecno uie uesi leeuug-- j o. u.u uet, fairs. with which the government has Tenn., by a vicious cow while she It can t Riven in a cup of lea or coffee without '"- - """ " "'"-i"in noth "'h '" '"" lo vorv nmcli ueas-- i the knowledge of the pernon taking It, effecting a was milking. whether the patient anamaker is good luck and God's blessings upon him ed with the way John Kansas City has annexed 2:1 square needy and permanent cure,an alcoholic wreck. who will take ii a moderate drinker or running the postollice business and in- and his." It is not known miles to her corporation, embracing sev- Tnoiuandi of drunkard have been cured whti Mr. Logan's place, but no tyro need atsists that Congress accept his many sug513,000 worth of have taken the Golden Specific In tnelr cotTew to secure popular com- eral towns and adding hope Mleve they without their knowledge, and An increase of 8 armored tempt it and gestions. taxable proyerty. .nut dilnkmir of tl.eir own fien will. No harmfu- mendation. :$ gunboats and 5 torpedo boats to administration. Cure guar ships, lawyers, 12 editors, . eUect .reiult. Irom ita There are . r... ....nl.. .ml ftitl tirti4iillt. .All tho navy is recommended. Satisfactory A Maysville whisky dealer was in- 7 doctors, 5 ministers, 18 politicians ijre,J,'confljenre cotrmN hraxinc Co., is nation dicted in Fleming county under its strin- without other occupation, 21 are farmers. arrangements with the Cherokee crStret. Oncinn.ti.o for n surrender of their lands are noted gent prohibition law for sending whisky 24 tradesmen and the rest scattering in in Hulls as well as the improved condition of tho to a man there C. O. D. Tho circuit Congress. Ked Man, many of whom are accepting court acquitted and on an appeal the Su- Capo Girardeau Democrat is auThe citizenship. nnrlnr Pnllrt rtOlritlPll tllO ncquittal, thority for the statement that figs can bo The great and good man acknowledges hoW,nB that tho me took pico i Mays and are cultivated in Southeast Missoui i. :ii.. that the lareo pension demands are vine and mat ueienuaiu is noi gum ua ri equal to any fruit of the kind found in startling, but lie thinks the old soldiers violation of the Fleming county law. the South. Goods.- - Boots should not bo allowed to become pau- The court further held that where a proShoes, Secretary Windom estimates that it Gmnnrlnst. pers and therefore he recommends a de- hibitory liquor law provides that the pro will take SU,428,(77 to run all the deWooden pendent pension bill, alter the order of curing for or the delivery by ono person partments of the government the next $'c. the courage of liquors to another to be drunk as a fiscal year, which is about $20,000,000 tho one Mr. Cleveland had and honesty to veto. Tho admission of beverago shall be deemed n sale under more than this. tho four new States is noted and the the provisions of the law, to authorize n James I). Carson, of Chicago, has country congratulated on their nddition. conviction under that provision it must been appointed superintendent of the (o there JtiJ gel yvurXm at I'rrt-n- t Next door lo 1'oriman Huc Ho wants tlio Agnctmura. aepunme.u nfflrmBt,vlv nnnpilr ..... tho llliaor wns Louisville Southern Hailroad. Mr. CarB. Carson, General arginented and sufficient appropriations tQ b u9ed m R bumttc son is n son of John 01 miles the thortcst, hour fj irkcit between Manager of the Motion. made to make it, effective and suggests The republicans in Congress, knowing Deputy U. S. Marshal J. P. Willis that tho weather servico bo taken from New Or. the war department and placed in the that tho knife would cut both ways, attempted to arrest Pierce Morgan, a agricultural, with nn entire reorganiza-- ' fjiL.( to object to tho West Virginia moonshiner at Butler, Mo. Morgan retion of the bureau. In view of the fact demociats being sworn in as threatened, sisted, and in a shooting affray that folKntire Prams Hun Through Without Change that L'2,000 brakemen aro annually killed Tho democrats had then where their lowed both men were killed. wounded, his recommendation of a i,Rjr was short, for they had resolved to of the lato Motloy Williams, on or THROUCII CAR SP.KV1CK. law requiting the ubeof safety appliances carry the war into Africa by objecting representative in the State legislature, l Train No i, Pullman llouiloir MullWhilo to a sufficient number of republicans to was shot and killed on tho roadside, en hleepint; Cars, Cincinnati to New Oilnani DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, on trains will bo commended. ChuttanuoKH to Shreveorl Tho near Greenslmrg, by Jack Turner, a nehis appointees ale doing all they can to hopelessly destroy tho quorum. Train No. 5, IVlman llnmliilr llufTct SplnK FANCY ARTICLES, &C" Cars Citiciiiniti to New Orleans nnd Ciiiimnatl bring the civil servico law into disrepute, rads have the presidency, the Senate and gro, whom he had refused to employ. SIcepersM. I.ouli lo Jacksonville and Knoxvillp. law the House, but they haven't got things tuNew Orloum vu M. O. he has tho hardihood to say tho Phyjs.cunt prcripiiont utmrately comptrjntieri, should not be repealed, but reform in in n sling as much ag might be imagined. BITS FOR BACHELORS. I89O. its administration insisted upon. He faG. C. Givexs, who owned half of Mr. Aoiiki: with tho girl's father In polivors a federal aid to education, but the Owensboro Inquirer, lias purchased ties and the mother in religion. THE LAMEST STOCK OF WATCHES, wants it on an impossible basis. A 1 1' 11.MSIKAT1.D you hao a rival keep an oyo on federal elections, which will tho other half and assumed complete JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. CLICKS, edit- him. Jf he Is a widower keep two eyes secure to all, especially the negro in the control. Mr. A. Y. Ford, who has Harpers' lliuaris a journal for the home. Civ Kver brought to this market. Prices lower than right of suf- ed tho paper with signal ability, retires to on him. South, a free exercise of the the the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Itc. Don't put too much sweet stuff on ni;the atcst information with regard tnplan'sFash Timep, ons its numerous illustrations fashion and frage, is invoked and tho message closes take a position on tho Louisville paired on ihortnoticr and warranted. paper. If yon do you will hoar it read pattern shift supplements lire Indispen.aLle alike well fitted. It is said anil the profrsiion.il with a suggestion of subsidies as a for which he is so in after years when your wife has some to the Inline dre.s m.ikerspjreil in inaMni; is means of building up our merchant that ho will represent that paper at especlul purpose In inflicting upon you modiste. Nooxprnse of the lushest order.its Its uilrJClivcnrss short stones, parlor plays and thoughtful president has taken Frankfort this winter, which means that tho severest punishment known to a marino. That tho essays satisfy all tastes, and its last pane isfarr.ous good luck married man. asa ltid'ct of wit and humor. In tin ueckly It. a great deal of space to say very little it will be well done. Here's Co iiomk at a reasonable hour in tho sues eer thing is included which is orintmM to and that in an indirect, timid and vacil- all around. Olive Thurne Miller, Chris evening. Don't wait until n girl has to women. Iltirint,' 1890 and .Mary l.owc Dickinson ttncTcrhune Derrick lating manner seems to bo tbe general begins to look liko tlio ocean itself throw her wholo soul into a yawn that wilt respectively furnish a scries of papers on 8PJHMMP It nree opinion, tho document not even being n Day "llie l)aut;nier at unmn will be bridged. The plan to construct sho can't cover with both hands. A o and " I lie Woman of tl.c Period." he serial received with much demonstrations of thing liko that might catiHO n coolwill lie written hy Walter llcsant nod I' W a bridgo to connect Franco and England ness at tho very beginning of tho game. Robinson. favor evon by his party friends. is assuming definite shape and is not at Ik, on tho occasion of your first call, M ML 4 M Tlio The fact that tho republicans in Con- all out of tho nature of probability. tho tho girl upon whom you have set your S17L,000,000 and Per Year! young affections looks liko an Iceberg could not elect their caucus nomi- coat is figured at gress , complete the work 10 and acts liko u cold wave, take your Harper's Ilnar U 00 nee- for chaplain shows that tlio minori time necessary to rMviflssssssssk. on leave early and stay away. Woman In Harper's Magarlne There was just years. imp& JWWM. 1 BSsWBiWhsiPH Wfiflsasasasasas. ty has them on the hip. 4 of freezo Is uncertain- coy and Harper's WeeklyPecpli' her hour iiri'mlfvll s Hurper'a oaif 3110 a quorum present when tho other T The Louisville Times' Washington cor- hard to please. wero elected, but tho members had C'J.' Postage free to all subscribers in the United iSltlZffAiSSkiK Col. John K. Faulkner In cold weather finish saying good- States. Canada or Mexico. respondent says begun to depart by tho time the voto for is an applicant for a consulship. Wo night in tho house. Don't Htrctch it all The volumes of the Kaxar begin with tint first and tho namo of tho chaplain enmo number for January of eaclijcnr. When no timo would bo glad to see tho genial colonel tho way to tho front gate, and thus lay is mentioned, subscriptions will begin with tho Wind Preacher, Mr. Milburn, being sub- get anything ho wants, but his friends tho foundation for future asthma, bron-- J number current at the time of receipt of order, Harper's for i Hound stituted for tho nominee ho was easily would dislike to have him exiled even ehitls, neuralgia and chronic catarrh to bnck, In volumes ofbinding, hIIIllaiar sent byyears Lo mail help you to worry tho girl to death after postpaid neat cloth or by express free of expense (provided chosen to continuo to pray for tho body, for a season. $1 per volume) for $7 sho has married. the freight docs not exceed which God knows needs tlio prayers of Don't Ho about your financial condi- per volume. for each volume suitable for bind Cloth cases good.'tlomocrats. does an'ythiug es- tion. all such When tho Senate It is vory annoying to a brldo who Ing will be tent by mail postpaid on receipt ot It Will keep constantly on hand a large and aelectline of Furniture 'Moreach. pecially pleasing to has plcMircd a life of caso in her an Remittances should be made by postoflicc mon- and Gcorgo Thobe, who gained some noUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as suchgoods ton ho can invito tlio body out to take a cestral halls lo learn too lato that you ey order or draft ta aoid chance of loss. toriety by running for Congress on tlio drink at his hotel bar at much less Newspapers aro not tn copy this advertisement can be bought in parent expect her to ask a the cities. Give me a trial and you will bo conrewithout the espri as order of Harper & llrothcri. labor ticket against.Crtrlislo, has been HROTHKRS, HAIM'KK than if ho hod to pay for the who has been uniformly kind to her to Addrcw sorgeant-at-armvinced that I sell lower than the lowest. New York. tako you out. of tho cold. warded by beinK niado third liquor at retail. , of the House. .Semi-Weekly nom-inntln- Interior Journal was compliment- The victory of tho democrats in Louisono and ville Tuesday was a sweopln such ns will mnku tho democratic heart all over tho.Stuto exceedingly glad. Tho nominees for aldermon, counciltnen nnd school trustees wero all elected by largo majorities over Jacob democrats and re publicans, ana mo ring is uowneu irum f THE LOUISVILLE STORED G? HO I TQH xz) Where Santa Claus Has Arrived With .a bewildering assortment Holiday suck as Plush bums, loilet Ink Stands, Plush Paper Autograph Albums, Bisque Ornaments, Broom Plush Initial Handkerchiefs, Silk Umbrellas, gorgeous display Perfumeries put in Baskets, c, a host of articles for sweet-scente- d CHRISTMAS PRESENTS coffee-cooler- s, numerous mention. It time think, about Christmas. Our has working and thinking for months and will astonished at the great quantities of handsome and useful Christmas Gifts can buy in our store. Holiday make room for are compelled sell our Drq Clothing, Hats, Trunks, Carpets, tings, iyc, at half their value. Take of few our cut prices: papers of Pins for a worth 10c; an imported Hair Pins Brush worth 25c: Face Powder ajine worth 20c; a of Swansdown Powder, .,..,... I,.;,an oc ..Mi,, oea oiapicijenaruncnD yards for SI: in uarbrown island heavy 17 yards fur $1; bleached 20 for bleached a full yard per yard. The greatest cut $1; in Flannels, Jeans, Blankets, Comforts, want all our customers secure manu oonn Urgan, wmen will given away with dollar's worth "-'- j. $-cv Stanford. Manager. bain-S1.H- I bear-face- d wife-murd- bond-holder- Ha Mr. will conduct the business at the old stand, shall pleased supplq ike wants all I former and new pal ions from a purchased the interest ,.. ,' 1 i .: - Paints, Paper, Jewelru and Silverware at prices., for Jeweler, ready I have a watch and jewelry repairs in the style. respectfully, Full Stock of Drugs ! e, :.,(, -- " rf "UU""B - " W. B. MoBOBXETS. y '20 J0NESBROS., Stanford tfiat I The only Store the Farmer; , ...... General Merchandise, and Fanctt inwarc, Full Stock of Holiday Goods. Dry Quecnsware, Glassware, Willowware, and ! ; I i j Cincinnati and leans. A. j j Ii PEMY, South-llomii- A-- Harper's Bazar, I 2) I r MF llt-tl- " I Me-il- s I FURNITURE STORE MACJK HUFFMAN 4sAh nosi-l- s Harper's Periodicals, i 1 nomi-noe- - i I H Kllrr7 IBMKQjj&HUMJ -(sssM.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.s.sMfc I Vice-Preside- ex-pen- bald-beade- d s . Vi V" 'V t , ,y f r - 'p "X I7- - : jr jb Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Dkgemhbk New O. K. Lard at Illgpins ney'u. ' McKin- - Stanford, Ky., Fixkht Open Kettle N. 0. Molassea at 1889 T. It. Walton's. 0, Wr. are solo agenta for tlio celebrated Cleanfast Hosiery, guaranteed stainless. Severance & Son. i.'aii-ioai- U.O.WALTON, bub. Manager MEANS . .i1 . viv- - i V Nof coal miners went up A Wednesday to Middlesboro to assist iu .VKW AbVEUTJSKMKNTS. place. Comb and Hettlu your account. A. It. the opening of a now mine nt that ronny. lb: sure to call on Us before buying Watch kh nnd juwelry repaired and your clonks for wo will sell you any in warranted. A. II. I'unny. our stock nt cost. Owsley A Crnlg. Tnuhest plnco to buy drugs, patent Capital to Build Houses to Rent. medicines nnd toilet nrtick'8 ia nt A. K. Mkkhks. Owslbv A Ciiaih nro ollering farm, with equipI'eunv's. their entire stock of clonks at cost, so if ments nil ready to join in the mnking of A permnnrlit Investment for a lew years, with, ample security. Inquire at this office. Uuy your Hcbool books, Ink, tablets. you want to purchase it will bo to your money. A drummer, too, is taper, pencils nnd wihool nupplicB of nil 1 advantage to call on them. iiuds from A. It. Penny. tired of his lonely life nnd will seek comW i u. pay ft cents n pound for nil good, pany and comfort in n city belle, while n e power r PERSONAL POINTS. live, marketable turkeys delivered here prominent young gentlemnn will display Dower Portable Knetne! one Feed Crukhcr. .ill In his good taste by robbing oiui of our complete order Will sell any part a ptrson may A. C. Ai.kouii, of Mlddlesboro, is vis on next Monday and Tuesday, Dec. Hth want II. C. POl IS, families of their last daughter, nnd so on lliickeje, Ky. 343t itlng IiIh boinu folks here. nnd 10th. A. T. Nunnelley. .. nnd so on. There is either something iu C. M. Hamukij, now of Somerset, wns ItAisis-ri'iii:- i chunks, French prunes, the ntmosphere, or the tattlers nre doing with friends hero this week. To Reduce Them. citron, seedless and layer raisins, rook- nu immense amount of tattling. Pit. a.i Miis. W. I. LKTt'imi, of Paint CaliforMy Now House on Main St., l.lek, passed through to Lotiiavillu Wed- ing tigs, evaporated and canned DEATHS' DOINGS. nia fruits, fresh stock of candies nnd nuts Stanford, Ky. Kor terms apply to Mr. V. II. nesday. Higgins, Stanford, or to me at Danville, Ky. nt Higgins A McKinney's. Mr. Wesley Itout died at 7:!50 yesterMiis. Ixa Coi'hth goes to (.ireciiHhurg LOTTIE N, HOI..MES. 3 to day to spend tbu holidays with bur A msi'Atui from Lancaster says ( line day morning from tlio eflects of n broken children. horses were burned in the new stables thigh. Ontho'.'Sth of October he fell Mil. W. K. Pkhkinu, tbu belonging to George T. Higgiubotuam, 8 near Farris' mill nnd suffered tho fraciiierehant at Heu Lick, was here the lirnt miles north of there Tuesday morning. ture, since which bo has laid for the most tiino in u stupor, oblivious of his sur- House & Lot of Miss Mary Myers, of the week. Ix.hs about $1,000; insurance in the North roundings, nnd hns tnken no food save n Now occupied by Mr. O. N. Ilradley, Is for rent nnd AnnioHobon, American for $800. Uki.i.k ICiki-int. small quantity in a liquid state iu nil that for the year i8yo. i'nmenicm given JanuaryKy. of the West Kud, are the quests of Mts. A. U. ROO T, Stanford, 84 Tiik Commercial says that James time. Ho was reduced almost to a skelThomas Mclcalf. who eloped with Miss Mary eton nnd death was n happy relief to him Mit. T. N. ItoiiKiiTS, our good friend, of Meeting. aged H, of Ml. Vernon, failed to us well na his relatives, who were powerDanville, passed back from a visit to bis nuke the rillle. A big brother of the less to help him. When bo was dressed former haunts Tuesday. A of tho girl got there just in time to forbid the for burial it was found that there was no IlanLmeeting of the stockholders- at their National of lluttonville will he held banking K. V. 0M.KY)went ti) to Huston-vill.Mn. house in Hiittontllle on the In bans nnd take her home. sign of a union of the bone, his advanced January, l8jo, for the purpose olecnd Tuesday li- yesterday to prepaiu for moving electing nine ago rendering it Impossible. Mr. Itout icciuni iu serve tnu ensuing year. the stoek of Roods to that place. . 84 Some scouudad threw u took intoCapt. J. W. llOCKI'.K.Cashicr. Miw. 1. II. Hussish and Miss Klla Field's passenger coach nt l'hillipshurg, was born in Garrard county, Febuary 17, Gold-Heade- d Itout, of Somerset, arrived yesterday to on the Greensburg branch, breaking a ISO I, making him nearly .SH years of age, Meeting. nnd one of tlio oldest men in the county. attend the burial of their grandfather, window and barely mitsing n lady. I)e. 1S.'50 ho mnrried n Miss Miller, Mr. Wesley Itout. tectivu Wootter was ordered thither and About A meeting of stockholders of the who only lived n short while nfter giving tional Hank will the held at their banking First NaLc Mit. W. K. Vahxo.v, elerk of the Comhouse ill it is dollars to cents that tbu guilty Stanlord on thu second Tuesday in January, iSo, birth ton child, which nlso died. In forthe purpose of electing eleven mittee of Foreign A Hairy, left for Wash- scamp will be brought to justice. direvtcrsto serve lS't: he was married to Miss America the ensuing year ington yesterday to resume his work till 84 JOHN J McROllER IS, Cashier. A riu:iiiiiT car loaded with a steam Holm, who bore him 10 children, all of a rud turns him down. Mh. Matt "ooion is dispatcher for shovel bung up in tunnel No. '', just be- whom nre dead, save .1. II. and J. W. Meeting. the Cumberland Valley limucli with yond Mt. Vernon, on Tuesday night and Itout and Mrs. J. H. Owens. The old delayed it about S hours. It.illnst from oiiplc celebrated their golden wedding headquarters at I'incville, which means A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln that there will be no more delays nnd no under the track hail to be taken out and seven years ago, which we noticeil at National Hank will be held at their banking notice the roof, which is solid rock, clipped oil length at the time. Mrs. Itout survives in Stanford on the second Tuesday in lanuarv. cidents up there. tItvendireC,orMO Mkviis. I'rtkk .SrnAtn and J. W. Bomo :i inelieH tleep nml 15 yartls loiiK her Inishati.l, but 8.10 is nKed nnd iiillrm ,,Mhe,,,nfZc7r0rft'lw''nK 11. OWSI.KV, Cashier. 84 J. nnd cannot long remain to mourn thu Johnson are luck from Washington before the train could pass through. loss of him who made hern loving huswhere they went to secure a patent on a Ai. Fi 1:1.11 had an attachment served I cork ami heel attachment for horse on him nt ChatUtuooga by a discharged band for 57 years. When ho was about 25, Mr. Kout moved to thiscounty where They aru sanguine of the nuccess member of his troupe, Horace Mcl-aiAll tiprsons having claims against the cstnto of hu has since lived. Ho was for a long I. S. withers, deed., will present them to me or of the invention. my agent, properly proven, on or before January for who claimed that he had been hired 1800. .Mr IlLIA A. nilllKK!), J.S. Fi'i.r.AM, who had bis arm broken nyenr. Ho Wanted S2.V), but did'nt get time 0110 of tho richest men in Lincoln, 8a W. K. McCLARY, Agent. and bis elbow mashed in a wreck on it, succeeding only in putting AI to a owning besides other property 5S0 acres thuCorhin Itrancb six weeks ago, was good ileal of trouble ami delay by tying of tine land adjoining tho limits of Stan RENT. out for the tlrst time Wednesday. The him up till the matter could Imj investi ford. In faith, he was nstrnight Presbyterian, though ho never joined the fracture has Iwen reduced, but ho is gated. A couple of elegant rooms on Lancaster Street, church, but n short tiino ago ho expresslikely to have n still' arm iu the future. suitable tor oflicf., millinery or beJ.rooms. The goose bone, which has stiuck the ed his willingness to die nnd he nt rest. A. A. MrKixNKV, assisUint cashier of W.O WELCH. f the First National Hank, is down with n weather right along so far, says we are He was a good mnn, a splendid citizen carbuncle on bis neck. It is so close to going to have a severe period beginning nnd in his long life naught derogatory of SAT.TT.I Iri- the jugular vein that it was with great about the l.'tb, when very low tempera- nn excellent character wns ever said. Dr. l'eyton could lance it, the ture will mark the period to tho 22d. Thu burial will bo from Mr. J. W. Hout's A dllliculty tm clear nml bright. The at o o'clock this afternoon, with no serOn Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr. incision having to bo made within an Christinas will ( II. Crapcr. A scry desirable place and can be closing dnysnf tho month may inspire the vice save n short one nt the grnve. elgllW) oi nu uiun ui it. obtained at a hartMin. Address or call on is broken, but, alas! hope that winter V II. ANDERSON, Harper, Kansas, Mrr. J. B. Fahbis and Mrs. (i. C. Or I'. M. McROIIKRTS, Stanford. Ky. CHURCH AFFAIRS. expectations, the hardest . went to Danville yesterday, call- for human Jr., is to follow. Dr. S. 1J. Brewer, n presiding elder ed thither by a dispatch saying that Mr. weather died nt W. F. Kvanj, who has been sutlcring ArrKit much ditllculty Mesdnines Al- in thu Louisville conference, A GOOD FARM OK sia ACRES, ' ' with abscess of the liver, was sinking corn and llruco succeeded in securing IxHiisvillc Wednesday. acre to go in corn or .oats, 30 acres in Kev. F. D. Hale's meeting at the orchard very fft.st and death whs but a question oi suitable rooms for tho Humes supper, '7 acres in cloer, 10 acres wheat, There is a house on and remainder in n short time. He is a splendid citizen Mr. V. II. Higgins giving the use of the Bowling Green Baptist church brought the farm. 1 his is first class laud. Apply to II F. KNOI.K.MAN, Hubble, Ky., in nil this sec- Mcltobertw property on ljincaster street 01 persons into 1110 membership. and his loss will be felt Si or II. W. G1VENS, Shelby City. Ky. Central Mission has the record of and Judge Alcorn his ollices for thu tion. young folks. The Indies are going to set 100 converts so far for ISM), despite- its CITY AND VICINITY. 1'ev. V. II. a splendid supper for 50 cents ami will poor location up stairs. t bo greatly disappointed if they don't Muunell is at thu head of it. Walton's. II i.v Soi.ns nt T. It. Ilev. Ben Helm is holding nn interI.vcry friend of tho good clear $100. I wilt sell publicly, before I go back to Europe on evangelist can assist him a littfe by at- esting meeting nt Uowland, which will FuriTMof all kinds nt .iiniuer'u. &c. .tending the supper and it is earnestly continuu next week, if thought advisaDec. 20th, 1889, I'l.NEsr New Orleun MolacseH at A. A. ble. There have been no additions. hoped that nil will do so. My Farm of 1S.S Acres of Dlue. Grass Land, Wnrren'n Model Grocery. l!ev. Mr. Hobeits closed a meeting Situated i)$ mllt'S from Stanford, tne county seat Thi: committee nppointed by the coun- at Fort Spring Baptist church, near tho of Lincoln county, Ky., 6 mile. Irom Lancaster I am prepared to kill and die.s Iiohh S miles from tile, all on c od turnpiVcs. ty court to draft n road law for thiscoun. Fayette and Woodford county line, with and improvements Dam a are frame building 'I he ordent IV those wirthiiiK it done. two barns, the with hnll, 6 rooms ty has completed its woik and it is given 10 ndditions III! by baptism anil 7 by one iooxCwxj, with and kitchen; '.rib andl buy granary, corn nt my shop. M. l'.KIkin. in full in this issue. It was a wise pre- letter. Georgetown Times. cs lor titu' horses; the second 40)xjo uith n itnlls, ho rioiu lor ialck, hay, straw lofts and caution of the court to retpiest its publiN'Kwlutof jewelry, wntehes and F.ldcr George Darsie milled to thu corn crib. The I'lirm is in n high state of cultivation and All mlverwaro cation, so that any improvement, objec- membership of tho Frankfort Christian just received. can produce ocnthlug. There are 70 acres in be engraved at reasonable eaten. tion or t'hiiiigit might bo suggested by church during the pastoral year 52 by cluscr, JiiMCrrN meadow, 60 for corn and 17 lor sold will outs. l'enci'S aro all right and plenty of v.oid and " I?. .McKoherH. those most inteiested before its ptesen-tatio- n baptism and by letter, making the water The ground it undulating, rather lcel. will sell my lull set ol Implements, suih as to the legislature. Wo haven't number 150. There wero raised for all rlf Hinder, Mower Drill, Corn Planter Harrows, Ki:i:i it in your niiml that the wonderin this issue to discus the merits purposes during tlio year $S,!Ki(1.15, ex- Kale, Rollor, Mei(;h Wagons, Spring Wugon, Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, Homspace fully gifted 11111sic.1l .Melilbeny Family Tobacco t'ress, Corn Shellcr, Monarch lull, Scales reservclusive of an extra thousand raised by different plow, etc., etc.; and make your or demerits of tho pioposed bill, will he hero Dee. iny, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Also 10,000 lbs. of Hay. 8 stacks of Clover Hay the mean tho Ladies' Aid Society nml tho Sunday ing the right to do so later. with the seetl, a ricks of 'ir.iw and omo HousearrniurementH to attend. wo inviteshort articles condemning, bcbool. Tho average attendance nt the hold Furniture, time Thrn.rL: :i N'u. Horso and a (i.irr.ird Chiefu improvements, latter was 171. Tiiom.mhU. Ham., the Uowland mer- criticizing or old Hilly by .Messenger Chief TVTns l;iri', a Cutters, Lard Cans, Bulcher Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, v.oit by )eirlinjHlly by Knuy Wilkes, a chant, bought of Mr. and Mrd. 1. S. which wo will publish iu the interest of jersey uuu, tiuu linn. I.ntulon. .1 Stanford, tho public. Wo need an improvement year Hfiuii.i:. Sidney Dunbar has return ' ' iitnml ,. .nine lersev Cows and J , ... Phillips a iioiwo and lot iu Ccrn and ijj hock.of cahIi. in our general road laws and the fact that ed from II Week's visit to ItllBSell a,l oMSu.er.; 3Srartelsof near the depot, for Coa'l Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. batTerms the question is being agitated all over spending most of his time at thu UllSSell anconnone For the Fnrm oncthirJ ciish.'hu cent. ! 1'. P. Nunand two years' time, vviih 6 per Toutiii on tiik Town. Mr. thu State shows that some decided ac- Circuit COlirt, and reports that ho had ', merest and a lien on tho limn. For the stock, sums of $is and under cash; on nelley killed a rabbit with a rook yester10 implements, etc, months' time at 6 per cent. All tion will be taken iu the matter, and it Will. vin.ui.i,ui this iwi.uuj, arRer limoun,, day afternoon Jimt as it was turning the may be that tho bill proposetl by the his former citizen's rights, taken from paper has to be3 acceptable at the First National " corner of Main nnd Ijuionstor streets. T. 5- saiUbcgin lit 9 o'clock sharp. committee will be adopted in whole or him by oneo being nn inmntu of thu Asy-- ! ... . T- " Auctioneer hurt some years ago. Ho also reports n wm;K WKhnvo reduced our prices on plush iu part for a general law. wonderful amount of thu famous "mnn .1, jackets to $10 and' $U and on plush T11 Kith is a movement on foot to form killer" drunk iu Hint county nnd n prom-cloaks to $15 and $18. You cannot afcompany for tho purposes of building ising etlbrt to nbolish its Bale. Thoro is! R. B. 'opportunity pass. Owsford to let this houses to sell anil rent between Stanford not a shadow of a doubt that prohibition SUCCESSOR TO ley A Cntitf. and Uowland. Wo aru informed that isnbenetlt to any county if encouraged THE HATTER, Lost. A whijo setter don with small there is a demand for not less than 20 on a proper platform. Miss Virgio M'MICHAEL, lemon spot, long tall, thin in order. Left houses now by men employed in various White's school closed Tuesday. It was n J. P. BURTON, Clerk. T. R. WALTON. 611 4TH AVKNDB. o'clock. Informa- capacities on tho railroads centering success. Wo commend her as an attenMonday, Ud, about LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. tion in regard to him will bo thankfully hero. These men aro amply nblo to pay tive, competent instructor. The colored received, h. L. Dawson. gootl rents for good and commodious school will closo hero Saturday with The Nobbiest & Most Stylish . ! houses. Wo hopu this schema will meet exhibition at night, which promises to bo Stock of Tiik Advocate says tho wheat llrm ol with tho encouragement it deserves at inturesting. Uichard Hruce shipped his Foley, Hflnn, Anderson & Cognr, who tho hands of our capitalists. Tho formacrop of tobacco, which sold for 7 on an KIJE'I" SI'KCIKIC cures nil blood disease, such nsScrolula, L'lccrs, l'itup'es, Ulcvntcd Throat shipping to Birhave been buying ami White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases in all its nuge, Necrosis, Arc. Price $1 per Louie, . tion of a stock company would give per average. II. J. Lucu'b glowing descripII AVIS' IKON liiri'KRS Is the most pleasant to take of all tho Iron tunics. It cures Dyspepsia for tho lust year, handling mingham t sons who hnvu but limited means to in- tion of .Middlesboro just reached us and appetite, enriches the hlcod, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles it Elves a und nervous system, l'rlce $ per bottle. about 12,000 bushels, closed their part- vest nn opportunity to get sjiares in exciting men and boys in nil tradt s Ever brought to the. city ol I.ouiJville, now open (SAI'MKK'S WORM SVKUP is made of the best worm killers and exrellers known to th mednership Friday, when it was found that amounts which of themselves would bo is ical profession and therefore recommends itelf. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. I'nce j? nnd professions, from bootblack to physi- including tho per bottle. each had lost just t).01. inadequate to build, unless combin- cian, to go to tlio city of mud, wlioro toOATMFF'S MAGNETIC PII.LS lor all Mscr Complaints, Impaired Icstim,M k Headache, . & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Ac. Acts as cathartic. Price 7$ cents per box. KNOX (.Manufactured and lor sale to the trndu by the The depot nt Now Waynesburg, on tho ed on some plan of this kind. Laud3 for day you aro rich nnd next week tho botHnti Bethis purposo can now bo purchnsed at tom goes "thud 1" Thomas Smith is back Anil alio my own Importation of English Lyon't 0. S., burned "Wednesday night. amldl'l. An elegant line ot Cnei and few yenra mnko from n stay of some tiino nt Ileo Lick, WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Ky. sides tho freight it contained, L. U. A 15. nrices that will in a CelebrateJ Utnbretlai alway on hand. Fine hnndsomo proilt, in addition to looking well. ,S. Gooch lind their stock of goods In it, quito n which SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, most of which is a total loss, Tho insur- tlio profits of renting these houses, Tho public debt tlecrensed $1,8(10,072 Glovet and other Furl, a ipecialty. Ordera to $2,500, but wo could ppt nt present rates amount to nt lenst 2- -' pur ance nmounts vicity solicited, perfect latiifactior guaranlast month by thu nuw plan of figuring a ascertain tho probnblo loss. Tho origin cent on houses already built in thnt Itook Xetplna, Short Hand, Telegraphy, Jta I ItfV teed. Don't (all to order a NOM1Y HAT. 32yi- - Write or Catalogue ana full information' reduction., cinity. IvYa of the flro Is mystery. BUSINESS. ) . m Tiieiir has hardly been n tiino In our recollection when so mnny mnrringes Widow wcro spoken ol as nt present. ers, old bachelors, young men and oven bcurdless youths nro mentioned daily as shortly to take tlio Bncred vows of mat rimony, and unless it bo mere gossip of the Uittlers, we aro verging upon nn era, which will bo banded down from generation to generation as notable for tlio culminating effects of cupid's darts. Among tbu number of probable participants there is beauty and gallantry and wealth extending from immense farms to lucrative law practices, from paying merchandising to another blue-grawell-stocke- Lnsley has bought several promising horses nt tho Lexington sales. Scventy-flv- o head of horses sold at Lexington for 18,010, Lida .Stanhope L. M. W Ar 2 bringing $1,(V10. An express on tho Pennsylvania road was wrecked at Greenbury, l'a.,nnd over n dozen peoplo were injured, two to, VIKM8TOCKE.B I- tally. ss Wetntod. blue-gras- s well-to-d- o For Sale. WILL CUT PRICES m FOR SAliB. BRUCE & McROBERTS. widu-awak- u FOR HENT. .MiN-it- s Now Furs, Hew Mufflers, Og-de- n, Fra-.ie- r, Stockholders' o New Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Stockholders' Fancy Goods of all Kinds For the Holiday Trade. Stockholders' ! SEVERANCE & SON. ITotioe FOR 1. ;j-t- 1 WflliM Dealer FOB, Krlck House and Lot, Kel-le- r, For Sale or Rent. Fifty-thre- e '" blue-gras- s. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, - PUBLIC SAIE -- Friday. Sl SOME SEftSOHABLE GOODS! Jc 1 1 I 1 11 .-- g 1 . ar i 1 Vi ear-oi- u h, 1 - - -- Calvi-san- O - , & 7-BT- BARRELS FBESH Si$XT. 1 11 GEOGEGHAN, Prices Always Reasonable. 1 The Great Remedies kt-ri-i E( AT world-renown- ed . Williamsburg, out-Ido- BRYANT& STRATTON Business College 11 IIIOll C LUUlO VILLb k'mtmm v W1. 'ii5VmStk. ,. JftjAfoftJsVs :U..y, - AiAiSui IN- '- 49stJ A-S- - 1 iC-- iu ' "t HHNHNPEPo tmrwmmMm&iti m&mffi WM. ADAMS LEXINGTON, ly the orders of tho county judge allow sires that it shall bo retained shall bo MISS lowing the Recounts for services render- cjiisidered a demand and unless forbida Candidate for Superintendent of Public ed under this act. S.ild book may h.tvo den by him owing it, tlio niuountthere- - Schools of Lincoln count;. Klectinn August, 1890. priuted blanks for said orders from which of shall bo p ittl to the shorUf or collect- 1.1 .... .1 w f 1... 1. i. -- 11 copies shAtl ho certilied to the county M. 11 luruiiiucii uiu cuiinir jiuiu niiuii Iui. and decide the matter and adjudgo Isu Candidate or treasurer for inyiujnt. S.ild clerk shall Clerk of ihe Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party, also procure for himself blank forms the payment to tho proper party. ttlec.iou August, tSgo. to correspond with the forms of tho i !. If any tree shall fall across or orders in said book, which forms other obstruction bo upon any county S. O. DAVIS. shall show the date of tho order of which ro id, tiny clti.mi may remove the sumo & it is a copy. The county judge shall sign for which he may bo compensated by PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HUSTONVILLB, KY. said orders of record in tlio samu man- order of tho county judge out of the MT. VJfiHNON.lv V. P- ... Are still In the business ami read) to do if such ner as other orders of the" county court road fund herein provided, and - ,., .."Tr-....... .. in the Undertaking line. We have a full nre required to be signed by him. The Obstruction sll.lll not hi removed by any Special attention given to diseases ol children stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds anil Robes of every description Our hcarsr, winch is neatly books and other material to be furnished citizen, tho commissioner shall cause the new can be obtained on short notice Sir J II. Girn has charge nlrur business and will show by tho clerk as directed by this section same to bd removed in soon as he shall our goods to any one needinir anything in our 1 " " " North have kuosvledgo or inform ttion thereof. d shall bo paid for out of the road fund 337am HARRY A. EVANs, lltir 0,.,f Local Freight North .630 am AX ACT, To provide for tmuntnininjj for by the llrst section of this act. It shall also lu the duty of the commis' South. 5 55 P hi ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, The latter trains alio carry passengers. county roads in Lincoln county, to levy upon theorder of the county judgeus be- sioner to Have any dead animal removed ive:y, $eed and ale liable The above is calculated on standard time. Solar STANFORD, KY from any county ro.td, or to have such therefor and to exemptsaid coun- fore directed. a tax time is about 30 minutes faster ty from certain general road laws. 4. The commissioner shall witli tho animal burled or burnt as soon as he has Engineorinor and Surveying in Beit enacted by tho General Assem- persons 0111 ployed by him discharge each information thereof. nil branches. Kentucky: and every duty in regard to maintaining Any ptMson who shall place the I 10. bly of tho Common wcnltli-o- f 1. That the county court of Lincoln and keeping in repair the county roads carcass of any dead iiuim il 011 any coun1825. countv, to bo composed of the county of said county that aro required of ro.td ty ro.td in Lincoln county shall bo lined Of the various Baking Powders illus- jmlfzo, county judge, and n ma- surveyors under chapter IM, Title, Ko.ids $10 for each oll'ense. or acting trated from actual tests. It shall be the duty of the coun I 11. jority of the justices of tiie peace of said and I'ussivays, of tho General Statutes of W. H. JACKSON & CO., PiiO'RS. county, is hereby authorized, empowered Kentucky, where the same shall not be ty court aforesaid to purchase a good, On Dwellings, llou.eliold t urniturr, St ires, MerROYAL chandise, .Vc , apply I., the old IOMIOV, KY. wagon, and two if and required to levy an nd valorem tax inconsistent with this act, and for failure substantial two-horGood turnouts ami horses aUays lor hits GRANT'S (Alum). ...MHsHsMMBMsl not exceeding live cents upon each to discharge such duties he shall be sub- necessary, a dump cart, good work Pennsylvania Fire InsurancoCo. on reasonable terms London Is the most conven of lent point on Ihe railroad to teach places in the RUMFOtiD'S (fresh) 1. Utilising clauses attached and damage, paid in the mountain $100 of the property of said county as- ject to tho same penalties imposed upon beasts, not exceeding four in number lion of the Mate 10 whether (ire endues or nut. HANFORD'S (when fresh) sHraHMHsnHi sessed, or otherwise listed, and subject to road surveyors under the provisions of and all utensils, tools and other equip11 ma'cn, Agent. 17 to CHARM (Alum Powder) . .aBMKHaVBBHHB taxation under the revenuo laws of the said chapter. Ho shall likewise have ments necessary in the court's disHOUSE, Commonwealth of Kentucky, and a per all tho powers given to road surveyors cretion to boused in working tho county DAVIS1 and 0. IC (Alum)l F. U. KILEY, Proprietor, capita, or poll tax, of oO cents upon each under said chapter in regard to tho im- roads under this act. An inventory of CLEVELAND'S 1 keep on hand a No. malo person over 21 yearsof ace resident pressment of teams, wagons, utensils such property, (mowing tins cost of each London, - - - Kentucky. i quality ol Jellies. I.ily PIONEER (San Francisco)... intuy)ard Leave orders at said county, and at its each annual and material to be used by him in re- article, shall bo made by the clerk and and Nut SCoal M jets' store and tliev your be attendof H Yard or will CZAR session for the purpose of imposing tho pairing tho countv roads. Utitforoverv tiled and a copy thereof furnished to the ed to piomptly. IImic mmntlonv new lintel und am ln-- i J II. IIIUGINS, 6j Starford. Ky. I piriteJ than eser to accommodate Ihe pulilo county levy shall levy said tax, for the thing needed by him for such purpose commissioner. .Said property shall all DR. PRICE'S (.nod I.ii attached and osery contrnicnce dr xrcu. tin, me a can. purpose of raising a fund'to maintain und he may make contracts for hire, or pur- be delivered to said commissioner, who SNOW FLAKE (GrofTs) 77 I'KANK KI.K. BLUE-GRASS NURSERIES keep in repair all the county roads of chase, as the case may be, which heshall shall receive, have contiol of and preCONGRESS said county, which are now, or may report to the countv judge in the same serve the same and at the expiration of A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental l'rr- -, HECKER'S ines. Suull Kruiln, A.parigut, Shrubs, heieafter, be established by law. At the manner that ho makes reports of wages, his term of ollice lie shall return the anu i'eriiiing lor iiicurniiril ana garden MT. VERNON, KY. s GILLET'S Jmn time such tax is levied said court shall and the prices agreed to bo paid, by him same to tho court, or account and pay employ no agents but sell ilirrvt at mr pricesWc to the plnnler IVrsonal liwcit"n of our immense n This old and Hoielis still maintain fix the maximum amount which may be shall be allowed and paid out of said for any loss thereof and any injury re- slock Intited Dmcripuon catalogue with salua. HANFORD'S (None Such), when cot fresh fiiE its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Speexpended in maintaining and repairing fund in the same manner that wages are sulting thereto from .his carelessness or me suggestions on application. PEARL (Andrews & Co.) H r 1111 I.KVMT.YKR, cial altrntion to the traveling public tho county roads during the year next paid and with the same responsibility neglect. ? It I esingtuii, Ky M. V NKWCOM1I, I'rop, RUK FORD'S (Phosphate), when not fresh... ensuing, which shall not exceed 54,000; upon the commisMoncr. He shall emSj II i 11!. For the services performed by Mt Vernon, K. Reports of Government Chemists. and if the fund collected from said levy ploy such number of laborers not ex- him under this act the county clerk shall " The Royal Baking Powder is composed of shall exceed the sum Ilxed by tho court ceeding 20 at any one time, as the coun- be paid a reasonable compensation out pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not to be expended for that year, the excess ty judge and justices of the peace sitting of the fund herein provided for. not to contain cither alum or phosphates, or other in- shall be carried over to the road fund for asa court, may direct, the maximum exceed f)0 per annum. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. I jurious substances.-EDWARDLove, Ph.D." commissioner shall, J 111. The road the next ensuing year, or to the general amount of whoso wages shall not exceed m rouMh AvcBue "The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly county levy as the court may direct. $1 per day, for each d to imiIitIml' tnioii the duties of adult ,THE LARGEST AND FINEST the purest and most reliable baking powder - Said tax shall be collected by the sheriff", person, for ordinary labor, anil Sl.oU per his ollice. take tho oaths prescribed by offered to the public. ' HOTEL IN THE CITY. or collector of the county levy in the day for mechanical labor, to be Ilxed by constitution und statutes of Kentucky " Henry A. Mott. M. D Ph. D." c BENEDICT & CO., "The Royal Baking Powder is purest inqual-it- y same maimer that he collects tho county said court. Ten full hours' nctual labor and witli two or more sureties to heap- and highest In strength of any baking pow- levy, and he and his sureties shall be re shall constitute a day's work, mid the proved by said court, shall beforo and in Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY ACCORD- der of which I have knowledge. sponsible therefor upon his bond given time table to be kept by the commission- open court execute an ollicial bond in I STANFORD ' KY ' INC TO ROOMS. " Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D." . for the collection of the county levy and er shall show the, dates, days and hours the maimer and form preacribed by law . All Alum baking owders, no matter how he shall have the same powers and rem- of each person's labor, and the rate and f,r tin. f:iltliftll discharge of his ditties ' WVIls drilled to orJ,,r 'nJ Tumps lurnished at, factory prices. high their strength, are to be avoided as dan3 'TURKISH A RUSSIAN I1ATIIS IN HOTKL gerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas edies to enforce payment of same that amount thereof separately. Tho com under this act and to account for all too freely, or under climatic changes suffer de nro nrovided bv law for tho collection of missioner may, at any time, discharge money and property wlncli may Ho rem. terioration. the other county levy. He shall pay the any or all tho persons employed by him. ceived by him by virtue of liU ollbe; into the hands of No person shall bo employed under this which bond shall be filed ami recorded .'MWBV MM gTABLE 1WJ) 1 his notice futewatnt hunters, fishermen and R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Bame. as collected over I others not lo trrtpats on our lands without percounty treasurer. act who is not a bona fide resident of and preserved as u part of the records of j the mission, as all smh will be prosvculeJ lo the tut'. STANfOHD. KY. est eitcnt of the law Signed 2. Out of the fund provided for by Lincoln county. the court; and upon same suit may be DENTIST. ftKO 1) l!filli-l- ! by judgment J o. spkciai. ATTK.VTION to COMMERCIAL T.J II 1. 1.. The county court of said county, instituted and recovery had Office on Main street, opposite Penman House, tho first section of this act all tho county M M S. HAUOIIMAN. 'Upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas gisen for painless roads of Lincoln county shall be main- composed of the county judge and a ma for llUV illiurv Or loss resulting to the travelers. Morse, and mules bought a nd sld. koilT McROllKIUSJR. J, K IIRUCK McAI.ISlKR, extracting. .s S If IIAUUHMAN, Only lior.csand sctiM-- a used in lUery.S II SHANKS. ST WORD. KKNTUCKY. tained and kept in repair; for which pur-pos- e jority of tho justices of the peace thereof nnnnti. nr this iitlblif from the failure 0f A M KKI.AND ,? I'KNCK. fc. T ....VlV?.' milN w lirnxiK. ' said court, at tho same time that it shall have the power to prescribe such the commissioner to discharge his duties f' L. I'AKHISH, ; 1. "W'V-N- . imposes said lax, shall elect a county specifications for the maintaining and re- properly as provided for by this act. DR. W. B. road commissioner for said county, which pairing tho county roads of said county Such oaths shall be taken and such ii n j ji KINNKV CRAIi ORCHARD. K DENTIST. ofllce is hereby created and established, for the direction of the commissioner as bond shall bo executed by any and all Office South side M.ln street, in office recently and whose term of ollice shall be for one said couit may consider necessary; but foremen appointed by the commissoner, j Dealer In acated byJDr. I,. F Huffman, Manford, Ky. vear, and until his successor shall be should such specifications, or directions, upon which suit may bo instituted in jjry Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps unless sooner re be made, they shall be of record and a like manner as agaitiBtthucointuissioner Chthing, Hardware, VARNON, elected and qualified, shall be to take certified copy thereof shall be furnished Provided that any foreman's bond may Hoots Shoes, Tinware, Kuiniture and Queens-war13 ninvpil. whoso dutv it a Attorney at Law, Said court shall bo taken and approved beforo the coun- Conoral Lino charge of, maintain and keep in repair to the commissioner. Crocorios, O) louitvitir N i wMbjut .Cum to i)T(b- - J Kancv Candies. Cross lies. Ac. Stanford, Kentucky. all the county roads of said county by also, by order of record, direct at what ty judge alone sitting as a court. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods ? 14. The couiinissioner shall have the and the labor of other persons seasons of the year there shall be a NEAV Will practice in all the c atirts of this and adjoin-h- e his own bv him in behalf of said coun- - eral working of the county roads. Said right and it shall ba hN duty to 11 v tho counties and In the courts of nopcal (Office over McKoberts & Stagg's drug store. I & rami; Imth ty, whose wages shall bo paid out of said court shall also, its soon us practicable, number of hands to be employed by any compensation of said com- - after this act takes edect, have, by order foreman appointed by him, and to desig fund. The HOWI NND. KY LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI niissioner shall be fixed by said court at of record, all tho county rotds ol said nate what roads shall be worked by Kctp constantly on anj splcndui line of Dally, Secures lo Travelers, the time he is elected, and the maximum ' county, named and numbered concisely such foremui and when necessary to Family amount thereof shall not exceed SI per nnd in order, together with a description specify the work to be done. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE t. 15. The county court aforesaid may And M'll them nt ihclaHcst pricoit Produce if all for each full day that he shall be em-- j of each ro.id, and shall furnish a copy of day Kter attempted between hi at any thuj by the vote of a majority of kinds taken In cnhaiiKet.ise in.itkii u jiiuons. cities on the Ohio River and the Rreat commercial ployed in the discharge of his duties, and said order to the commissioner. I f KresliKtrxJvcsery diy Chicago, and hence usaca'l the tallest time ami must comfortable trains be CAR It IKK A- WAITS ? all too justices 01 uic peace 01 Main conn liiniiu bo paid monthly and at the end of j essary, said court m iy direct u tweeii all points in Ihe South, ur t the West and -1 ..Northwest. The this train on all each month, out of said fund by the of any or all of said rouN, to be paid for ty concurring therein, and with or with trunk lines is denominated LABOR out cause remove from ollice any com- STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. The superb roHiiig sunk weThe Limited Eipress county treasurer, upon the warrant of out of tho fund herein provided for. employ patrons missioner appointed under this act and All persons wishing a pleasant life and well lnlimittdCmlc.it the county judge drawn of record, and toj j (;, f( at any time, it shall uppearox-btt'T"A.,.?".Coul,n Ticl" Offices ln t,e Snutl, pleasml wife let them use made iisae tables certified to the couuty treasurer by j petlient to said court for tho same to be appoint another in his place to fill out Stanford Holler Mills. Call latent it HourJoururo-cer- at )ou will find our and stick ami ticket.. Say for at set Monon have not koi it on lisnd, tire to save money and have a to Motion, il sou want and if pleasant Journey. county clerk. The account up- - ,one tbo commissioner 111 ty, with the the term for which he was elected. Said them lo keepthey or the it, pet an U O.AUCORMICK. and CHILD on which each warrant is drawn shall court's permission, given by order of e court may in like in inner remove from ' and it at Ihe .MilllaniilyI will order from athem and pleasant Kct xu.tr.intee asseneer Aeenl, Chicago City 1, let Agents ,,,! OllTce's BRADFIELD REGULATOR ClUTLANTAn. sworn to by the commissioner and J cord, divide his force of ban U into two ollice nny foreman appointed by the I oS inureslliij; W N I'OT I S, Superintendent ur I M. IH'C KNl'U bold arm 1 ppiicwcYv j4th Ave.,, Kv K. A IOKKLMi-..,..i- , otherwise proven 'if required by the or more parties, each pirty to hi under commissioner. 21(1. bo appointed No foreman shall p a. county judge and filed in tho clerk's of- tho control of a fgrem m appointed by the jyJ 111 I j tnt lice of said court, and preserved by the commissioner, nnd assigned to work on by the commissioner except by an order ( of his of- diflerent roads at the same time, in of the county court or county judge en o w Cr" com t as a part of the records 3 ro tered of record and the position of fore- E. H. BURNSIDE, K Proprietor fice. All such accounts shall be subject which event the duty of the commissionCS w. P to revision and correction by the county er in regard to the keeping of time and man shall bo held only so long as the C desires, andthoterm of ofjudge and justices of the peace sitting as every other duty to bo performed, shall commissioner No Hotel in Kentucky has n better reputation, -h N N. .V M V Co, K. It fice of any foreman shall be terminated of tlio commis in his absence be performed by the foreand its proprietor is determine! tint a court at the expiration 0 shall be maintained of the comBi Only one Night out to New York. of ollice, and if upon such man. But unless such division of tho at any tinio by the direction W sioner's term o o revision it shall be discovered that he working force is directed by the court, missioner. Xo foreman shall do any Solid Vcslibulcd Trains to He has recently ai'dcil to Its appoinlircnts S Ins been paid more than he is entitled it shall bo kept together and worked un- work except that which ho may be diCD P by tho commissioner, . to he shall refund the same upon de- der the immediate direction nnd con- rected to do 2; -5 cjt 17. The saM court shall likewise Now York, Also of said court. The wages of the trol of the commissioner. ft) mand said county an inspector of Clo-- e connections for lloston and all points Last persons employed by the commissioner j ? 7. Any person who may bo convict- appoint for A First-Clas- s Livery S- ST a und .Southeast. which ollice is hereby crea shall be paid in like nrinner out ol said ed of a misdemeanor and sentenced by county roads l To accommodate the demands of his increased KKFI!CTIVi:oCT. i, ,8&j. p a fund, except that tho accounts therefor tho judgniQiit of any court of Lincoln ated and established) whose duty it shall transient patronage. Host Turnouts furnished bo to inspect any county road when di- Commercial Tra ciers and others fVastMail l.lm.Vcs.l Accom shall be presented, sworn to nnd (lied by county to imprisonment and labor, or to KASTWARI). Daily hxpresa. Daily rected by any two or more of A Ireland, F.x. Sun. S the commissioner, together with tho'afino to bo satisfied by labor in default the peace, or by the county justices in 1ho tiro. Ci. Clinesl'resldent; g judge for each period oft of payment, Bhall bo delivered to tho writing. He shall report to the court C L. Tompkins, hec y mid l.en'l Man'r.; I.tc Stanford time table of service 3 a; am n ia j, n'n 3" in " l.einiton. It I1 Woodward, Assistant Sec'yj In 45 am " 10 pm 6 jopm " Winchester payment, instead of by each individual comanssioner to be worked ly lum up- writing upon any inspection made by i Autlirr M hautiders, Treasurer; pni 7 00 pmi b 40 pm " K. U. Junction re n ?? John I'. Rus.cll, M. I). person. Tho account for such labor on tho county ro ids, if such convict shall him, in what manner the toad commis. " Mt. Sterling I 17 pni 7 xo pm 7 40 pm any foreman has " I'restnu ., a oj pm Bhallb'1 subject to; revision and correc- - bo in custodv at tho time the coinmis- - sioner or in regard to such discharged road, lie his duties " Morehead pm 6 33"l'in. 3 5 in the same manner as sioner is engaged in working tho roads 9 8 pin ' Olisellill tion by the court shall be paid by the court for his servi- American Accident Into unity kcci&lion 4 05 pm 10 to jun " Ashland o 05 pm n 37 pm the commissioner's, at the expiration of and the commissioner shall have tho ces, out of the fund herein provided for, " Catlettsburu 6 10 pm 10 jo pm 2 re (73 to " Huntington 6 jo pm 11 jo uiu the commissioner's term of ollice, and power to keep him in restraint J by cans n reasonable compensation not to exceed or new Yonic Arr While hiilpliur ho shall bo responsible for tho correct' ing him to wear a ball and chain during !;J per dav. Clurlaitavillf 10 50 am 1 18. Sections LM, 25nnd III, of Article " Washington.35 pm no3s thereof, and shall reimburse tho the day nnd)by chaining him at night if 1, of. Chapter 1)1, title, Koads and I'ass-wayPreferred nnd l!xtra Preferred Risks only aro " llaltlmorr 3 i I' " Philadelphia o county for any losses resulting from the not in convenient distance of the county of the General .Statutes of Ken- insured at a cost nt One Dollar per Month Inclem 15 pm " New York nilv Graded, 3 for labor shall be tucky, relating to the appointment of ance include: Hankers, RisLs in acci.lc.it insur9 ao pm jail. But no credit incorrectness thereof through his Merchants, Silcsincn, " Richmond, Va.... 1 40 pm E2 w Coinnirrci.il Ttnvclers, Manufactu" Olill'olntCoinfort given such person uuless it shall actual- surveyors of county roads and requiting rers (not worship mid kindred occupations n fault or neglect. and Norfolk citizens to work the county roads, ami professional men generally. w o S The clerk of tho county court ly bo performed by him. For lodging all other laws and parts of Iiiwh requir2 !l. shall purchase and furnish to said com- and dieting such person tho commission- ing citizens to work upon tho county MAXIMUM IIIXKKIIS: missioner suitable time books, one for er shall have the Bame compsnsation al- roads, and all laws and parts of laws pro; at .. I,'!,"i.Ja!,"J' ain aml .5' 30 surmonth, in which shall be kept by lowed to jailers for similar services to lie viding for tho appointment of road bin-coi- n I.O.S of I.lfl! each coniiett at ViiirlT.'. $j,ooo tcr for ,!i'l "tcPl. -, veyors, nro hereby repealed as to ,,.i..... .i,,u iuints ' on the K. C. R l,oss of llandsor Feet nno ,i 5 g' Cu Cf tho commissioner dates and period of paid out of tho county levy. . county, and all acts or parts of acts Loss of Until I'yes J.rxiO Limited Vestibule from NH Vork, , .S00 PhlUdeJ. service, and rate and amount of wages 8. Kvery person employed by tho inconsistent with this act are hereby re- Loss of Hand or Foot i points Kast. nrrl es Permanent Total Disability I'.joo nhla. WashinBtonandmalldally nt l.exinRlon nt 447 p ap-- due to each person employed by him commissioner under this act shall out of pealed as to said county. goo Lost of Onu I've rast mall Irom lluniiiirir.M i v- 2 19. This net shall take effect and bo Loss of Tliumhor Indox Finger lo. B'5 cal statinniarriv.. .'."! """ a'l ,la'- co nnd also the dates and period of service any wages duo to him, if demanded by " " " M5' '' '" utiicr iiiiL'cr.. w 'WVW&z&frJ in force from and after the 1st day of l.onol i.itncr not exceeding too Weeks, per loo ly except Sunday Loss of Time, Cf and rate and amount of wages duo to the Hheriir, or collector.Jof thocounty March, 18t0. Accommodation from Olise Week., 1 L' , .,""..al'. i points. Richmond. Kv . It. 0. Wahukn, himself. Tho book for each month shall jovy, pay nny taxes owing and due by C Uv. arrlspsat I.V.;,.,r"o.,"'""on , uniiv. & Huoh Seajii:xt, Apply to or address !'wV TL'l ratc bo sworn to by tho commissioner nnd fil- him to Lincoln county. A filing by the """" "I ,is,,ni,, CIC, IIVtC1, ":"' andni.lepinff-ca- r V. II. MIM.KH, SW tMtlUll, ed as directed by tho second section of sheriir or collector of a statement in J.so, 0. Neal, 4 IIKOADWAY, G. s. a. nRoiSiiMWliS'l;,"".!. thisact. Said clerk shall also purchase writing with tho commissioner, showing John A. Chai'I'ki.i., n suitable road record for his own uso ' Committee. 138 Fifth Strret, l.OLMSVII.I.i:, KY. to reconl on-- thoamount of such tax, nnd that lie do. and order book in which Semi-Week- Tlio committee appointed by tlio county court to framo a road law for Lln Published Every Tuesday and Friday coin county, presents tlio result of their labors below for the acceptation or rejection of that body. It Is signed by all JQ PKU YJCA.R.HST AX) VA.JSTOIT. of the committee save Squire C. Brown, rVhen not to paid $2,50 will be charged. who lives bo far from town bin siKnaturo could not be procured in time. He apK.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. proves of it, however. The chairman of Train leave KowUtid at 7:00 a. m., returning tho committee, W. H. Miller, requests at 3 '3 that thoso who have suitRestious pr ob". jections to ofler witli repird to tho act, L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. shall address them to him at Stanford, so Mail train come N orth ti 31pm that ho may lay them before the court " ' " South 131pm ...r. Express train " South 1157pm when it meets in January. ly Interior Journal THE PROPOSED ROAD LAW. KATE BOGLE F. Brlnklcy 1 iiDKfrfii$y 1 1 -- J. T. STJTTOIT CO., ,,, 77-- f. pio-vide- LEAYENffiG POWER Established FOR XNSTJRAITCE MamHMmH ..nBBnraraHHi se -- THE RlttSY Attention, Coul Humors. I Or-sp- NEWCOMB HOTEL. in WOOD 4 WALLAGE, THE GALT HOUSE, G. Men's Outflttsr "" able-bodie- Louisville, Kentucky i. mtrcE, glfj POSTED. J 1 ' , hr.t-cla- PENNY, unnn WALLACE E. e, of -- gen-m)lov- A CARRIER WAITS, famail MOTHERS st FRIEND" su.ofH bASV R n.nPTENS snv ft Croccrios, - j nee-sha- ll IV... n i lu I e Mo-iio- tt&SPti'W l y, re-b- I ,.""' 1 j mjjn MVFDtf UAIICD jullt) flUuiim Old Route ! 3 e- -r byf9 Kg - m a Pool and Milliard Parlors Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Stable M 11 'Mo " . s, care-lessues- CTt Uook-kcepe- z gga r" r-- -..- ''" ?"y .,, , . l..i.."'" " .... 1 SON, "!... F. URODIE, Gcu'l Agt. KY. 1 JO.VARjl.WlliS'afeA.,. - ,.', -- A