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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889121301 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. fiw. " &, iwn Si73pJjlwP' "?' r'wlM,L wPrw iftrw $ Semi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XVII. The 1. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1889. Via-1 NO. 87. w J. Man MakM his Semiannual He Gave up his Pipe. Kray-heade- CRAB ORCHARD. HUSTONVILLE. K.v r- -t it to Casey and tells About It. Col. John V. Kay, himself now a ven A Christmas treo at Sugar Grovo All persons indebted to the firm of d man, tells thu follow-plac- e, school-houBIn attemptim: another letter from this enible, fc Cook, of Ilustonville, Christmas uvu ni)ht. ( Weatherford thu thotiKht that I inn almost' iiightory of the courtship ntul marriage Rev. John Long will begin a pro- - j will please call and settle their accounts It- -' of IiIh grandfather, thu Kev. John Kay, growlne, xrny In the serviie traded meeting at Mt. Olivet Sunday. before or bv the let of Januarv. tielf to me iiiitl It is nil that lean do to! who loured largely in thu Methodist rc-- I i Foil S.u.k. A general line of groMr. and .Mrs. Henry Wells are prevent my bashful and s inrmthetUnl i Church In the latter part of the hut and joicitiK over tlie arrival of a line boy at ceries, iiiieenswnre, hardware and nodisposition from getthi).' thu hctterof mo the early part of this century: nouse. tions In the town of Ilustonville. Only On account of contemplated changes in the business about Jan. ist, (Iwi trnv.dlni? ' "Mv L.riindfntl.i.i-lnini.i- l nnd HtopliiK the pen that during these Jamp8 Fish has advertised his store of the kind in town. Storehouse . .. i ..i t'iKlil long years mis written buiuiiuihihi connection in 171)0, when there were less iT.,1,.! farm for sale and will remove with his for rent. Keason for selling want to eni eald Hollttle. On one occasion, hut that X...,. iv i iiiiit'i iiiim in uiu una' family In the uiirl.vsiriiiK to the sunny gage in other business. J. W. Wash. was many years.ano.a feather was known wl .States, and but ono conference, cx.. M Jennio Keid lias gained for her- -' laud of Florida, to break the hack of a camel, i. e. after tending from MaHsachusettH to Florida, school in the An- self iiuite a reputation as n dancer. A W. J. Kdmlston's ho was already laden down with them, along the coast. Ilia early work was in Have inaugurated r 1 wish it diMlnetly understood that Virginia and North Carolina, where he derson neighborhood closed last Tues- new dance, the name of which is atpres-- 1 and be- traveled ten years, of course as a single day, after a most successful term. Tho' ent lost, has been tlioiouglily mastered If this letter rauses a like calamity to young in vears, Mr. I'dmiston is a line by Miss Jennie. Her lessons will be fall uny of the I. J. readers, the sincere man, for in those days to marry was to -fel-- I found both profitable nnd cheap and will sympathleH of the I. J. locate. lie traveled in IbW the' Tar Kiv-e- r scholar, n good instructor, a capital and undivided low and we wish him further success as bo given at her residence. circuit, which extended from the coast man and thu force from the editoi to the Mr. John Wain and wife, of Stun- -' Intended to sweep an enormous pile of good:s a teacher. into casn witnin tne devil, is with that unlucky peisoiiae to into the Interior 1(K) miles or more. He If every town in tho.vnith isas pro-- ), ford, were here Tuesday to see their wis-- 1 was .11! years old and had made up his rust wlnt it tike to grind cash out mer- nevt 60 divs We liiHt hour, come what may. the of Jeller-so- n ter, Mrs. J. H. Green, who still remains! cnaniijsc quickly. You have to Monday win a delightful day a regu mind to marry mid locate, and go West, foundly allectcd by the death Davis as our iptict, sequestered little quite leeuie. .Mr. .1. m. Held, ot votir y which mount into Kentucky, his former lar pout's day ami the yeomanry of on village, there will indeed go up a wail city, also paid county took advantage of it by home. Among Ids stopping-place- s Kohert J. I not known since the angel .slew all the "show hiK up" In town at an early hour his circuit was the plantation of a rich first-bor- n of Kgypt. J.U. Weatherord nnd staying till the hist "beam faded." widow by the name of Lewis, well stockA young man hailiuc from a neigh-- 1 in the region of Green River, hunting, ed with slaves and the luxuries that a There was nothing to do in court of boring town came here one day this It is to be wondered if Mr. Kennedy's And Cut the Life out of Prices. There are many reasons why we not, it was wealthy slaveholder of that period was but that mattered can afford to do all this. Ours is week presumably to see one of the fair birds will be as plentiful as his tip giv"hi court" and the thought of minting expecteil to possess. The widow had alsex, but yielding to temptation lie im- ers. Col. K. J. Breckinridge and Judge It wiw too much for them. Thu meeting so n grown ibuighter, who had made and the such an Impression upon the bachelor bibed too freely In the (lowing bowl. lie Morrow passed through here .Sunday of friends, the cracking of jokes .. n,..fi.l f'ir.,i.if was arrested, lined and escaped the lock- 1111 rmiti In I. il. 1. rt A .No. 1 -- .Veent dinner was 011 their j preacher that he had concluded to ask Pride alone would prompt us to sec that no other i:ua Ui tlllS SCCtlOll up 011 condition that he would vamoose fliiiirt. ubii-l- --i " niifinxl vt.,.t.i-.1.iv- . j -- "--" inliids nuil to let It pass was a thing not her to go with him, nothing doubting establishment should snatch our laurels from us. Then again it is forthwith. He did accordingly, shaking Lucy Alcorn, who is now a student at dreamed of. Hut who can blame them '.' that she would go, and go on his own this people who have generously sustained and upheld us to a week out, with terms, but he had said notulng to her on thu dust of the town from his feet at a Oxford College, will be home "'aturday Toiling from week Into of success never attained by any business house in Lincoln right lively rate. It is to be hoped that to spend Christmas with us all. Dr. few of the luxuries that this world af the subject until one evening, toward county, in the Same Length of Time. So Gratitude should prompt when he comes again, if he ever has the brown is lamenting the death of his fords, it is not -- trail go that they antici- the close of the year, he took a scrap of gall to do so, that he will see his girl pretty poll. us to be liberal here. It is not likely we will make a nickle the rest pate with pleasure these seinbyearly paper and w rote 'Are you under obli- anvhow belore he does of this year, and we can afford to Lose a few dollars, but we will "the little brown McKINNEY. gatherings, and he who would have them gations to any man? Are you in thu jug." Sell a Pile of Goods. remain at home would be too Illiberal to spirit of slavery? Will you go West? It comes to us over our subterraneWe sadly lament the death of the The first rliincr ic n wlincl nt Dr- - Good. All tlirnnrrh flip Srnnl TV. Will you go with me?' narrow-minde- d ,. ,-- w...r. judge competently and too o j "lie expected an immediate nuswer, an wire that Capt. F. W. Dillion has great Southern Chieftain, tlie Hon. Jef-- I partment we strain the point to see what is the very best grade we to God's to lie even a relative and, of course, a favorable, one; for how been appointed storekeeper and ganger ferson Davis. Wo are proud that Ken-- 1 can sell for any price named. image. in the Mtb district. The news doesn't as tueky can claim him as her son. May The usual address to the grand jury could a girl refuse such a man ? Kut she tonish us. If anybody deserves recogni- - his memory be nurtured and cherished The best 5c Muslin, the best 5c Calico, worth 7c; the best 5c Check wan made by Judge Morrow and partic- carefully folded the paper, put St in her Shirting or Gingham. Special Values in Winter Jeans. Great tion at the hands of this administration, ' for all time to come. ular stress was laid on Illicit whisky Unf- pocket and soon after left the room, to bargains in Canton Flannels; also in all wool Flannels. Splendid I W. A. Cnfley has bought of various' the captain does, for he "lit in the war," ile. The county now compares favora- he seen no more until the next morning. Kelt ihrpthot,.ilM ami parties during tlio past iew davs several! bargains in Dress Goods and attractions in the Clothing Departbly with any of the prohibition counties, To the surprise and perplexity of the lovThe. harp. pointed ,,,.i. ment, such as have never been displayed in Stanford. Men's Suits lota of fat hogs at :,. F. ".M. Ward and thu judge declares that it shall 1h no er, she appeared thu next morning in the and has been an active politician ever ,0URht u ,Qt of fat , of Tubbg( and Overcoats; Children's and Hoys' Suits: Fine and Cheap Pants, fault of his if it ever changes. The case family circle as merry as usual, and went since, do.ng more or his party in w Carter delivered 00 i All at Lower Prices than any House in this section can afford to Ueor of the negro, ItiiTe. for killing George about thu ordinary duties of the morn- way of speech-iiukinand electioneer- - iMrft,i 0f old corn to Tanner Mills last name. ' , Ilrown a white man, has been continued ing as though nothing unusual had hap- ing than any other "little man" south of . wee. nt . .,-a this year Day leaving only one important ease to bo pened. The suspense became painful Mason and Dixon's line. Here's hoping Mn,;jnlt. 0ootle kll0Wll ,,v ,, 8 , Kvery daymoney see will be youBig Bargain Shoeswith us. If you want what can do in and Boots with us. to save ' that of Mrs. Kettle Dun- and embarasslng, until he anally got an I. ..Ml .... ..11 I... ; tried this court, "Aunt Jennie," now Hearing her IKith , . . Men's Women's and Children's Shoes of best work cheap. ham, who sues her husband, Oscar Dun- - opportunity tnnsk If shu could now anoo, . h..u -i- ..u .... n..u Ig vI whll i.er son, Terry Goode, t swer the question which he had pro- - us umbrella to bed and stoo.l himself ham. (or alimony upBWHl -- s vears. s,,e now ,lllg her bennA See our splendid bargains in Hats and Caps, Blankets, Comforts, &c Call in and iook whether you wish to buy or not, but don't do j'our- Attendant with circuit court here is poumieu. Mie asKcii lor lurttier time, in tne corner, 19 not tne only absent- "'No,' said he, 'I must know now. I minded man now in existence. A thro'-freig- eyesight. She has always enjoyed good nlwavs a "medicine man," who praises self the injustice to buy until you see what you can do at health. Mrs. John Goode showed us ' and I want to his wares in a llowery inannei nnd ef- - am going nway conductor one night last week some samples of this kind old lady's fects wondeiful cures "in "two seconds by km- More starting.' of coal at this place work, consisting of "set oil" n an evenly checked the watch." The one heru this time is! "'Well,' Mid she, 'I have some ques-D- and left the bill as ho supposed in the piece of cotton cloth she spun and wove ! tinns to ask 1 retort? deciding. Will you "night box." Hut ho seems to have got STANFORD, KV. Herbert and if the doctor did not --1) years ago, which now looks as new as up your pipe ?' have a veritable picnic liu is selling his ten hold of the wrong cords of his cere- - if Iliul iimt lifi'Il tilL-K- frnm flu. I fin in "The lover was dumbfounded. It had brlum or used tho wrong hands The' it medicine at entirely lis) small margin. . s i i 11 iiiti u uif iiitu ui a. r,,l.ltv nail., could band it out a nur-- 1 never entered his head that a girl had bill wits found next morning on the far, a arn socks ilia uiii-i- ixwv 111111 snun and v. she has recently chaser would grab it, as if he were posi- any right to propound such a question side of the track and an empty half-piknit. It does us good to know of such tive It was his last chance to holding on to on such an occasion, but that the extent bottle in the box. The moral of this is, noble, e people living life. I fear they were gulled, but the of her prerogative was to say, 'Yes, with a conductor should not "tote" his bottle midst. It calls to our mind tl H-H-t-VT a .e good WfiS lYfiV-ttI tfi-- Hi. all my heart.' Presuming upon his and bills on the same "run," or if he docs old days of the long past, when doctor gave me a tip that the medicines pro- " mid Ammiiitig that she would he shouldn't attempt to "take on" nnd busi7 ))3jjJ 1 vyA(VJj were the very lest and it Is not my "r pie were honest and hail theii neighbors ness to doubt the truth thereof. In any Ih only too glad to say yes after this lit- "set oil" nt the same time. welfare at heart. May her years on eaith Some matrimonial ticud, thinking, case, if there is the least bit of virtuti iu tle episode, lie said: 'Xo, not for the Is 'Receiving His best woman on earth.' It whs now her doubtless, that we ought to give up our yet be many. tho stiill' the Casey county doctors had J. M. Durham, of Saloma. was here not turn to speak and she said iu a tone that life of single blessedness, ilred us a copy best pull their stakes, fur they will indicated earnestness: 'Then you can of the New York Cupid the other day, last week prospecting for 11 location to be needed for uiuuy years to come. sell goods. J. V. Cole, a pleasant voung 1 I'nto Liberty a child is lorn yes, two have my answer, once for all. will nev with a letter asking us what kind ot a gentleman of Austed, w. is in our Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial of them. After an absence of any such er inniry a man who thinks more of his wife we wanted, whether blonde or bru- vicinity giving lessons iu nit painting, l." years, the good old pipe than of me.' Xo man ever did more nette, Protestant or Catholic, heiress or a thing for nearly Mrs. Munroe Smith, who has been contown has increased its population two thinking in a few minulos than ho did factory girl'.' What ! has it come to this fined to her room more or less during a. c. SINE. J.N. MENEFEE . then and there. I. hc had put the pipe .1 V.. and the tattlers well, 1 wont mention crisis . to, uiaiiK our stars, we can uikc m.0 ,UXHt war on account of old age and what thev fiav of the future. With this question in t new light. Think more of care of ourselves and need no guardian m),r trouble iis reported very low at this pe ",u "' Her: lie eollloqui.cu. change for the better and the proposed angei arrayed in a seat skiii ciouk nun a writing. Mrs. Dr. Lasley, of Mitchells-burg- , Dealer- - In railroad. iL looks as if the town that W"hv. certainly not; yet it looks liae it if double-decke- d plumed hat to beautify after a several weeks' visit to her cannot give it up for her. Kut there is our existence. T hero is blissiulness in sleeps with such sweet repoo will pretson, William, and family, returned home' ty soon join hand hands In with her another question: Niall a girl force me the very thought of it; but, like one of Monday. Prof. Nile of Waynesburg, lnrtrer sisters and march rapidly on to todo what four cfliifciciiccs have failed Hulwer's heroes, we cannot yet "forsake was the guest of W. It. Gooch. George, Can 1 be happy without this the dignity of reason for the frenzy of Alford came calling Saturday eve, found prosperity, plenty ami populace, uou to do? iSLJNTD BX.X3STX)S F girl happier without her and with my love." speed It. Her people deserve n better his best girl not at home and consoled j Scroll Work, Mouldings, Miss Jean Hiichanan has returned himself by swapping horses with Joe place and 1 sincerely trust reward 'will pipe than with her and without my pipe? and the man found himself deeper iu from a lengthy visit to Mrs. John A. mtpit their eflbrtH to pull it out of the Williams by lamplight. A.N. Williams' love than he had ever suspected, and he at Louisville. Joe Hardin and is visiting relatives iu Haidin county.' ruts. Oedar and Locust Posts. You can tell a Casey county democrat was not long in settling thu question. If grandmother, of Knox county, were the Lumber Yard, We v. ill carry a fu'l stock of ever) thing found in a firtt-cl.Walter Greening spent Sunday iu our) Is a girl or a pipe, farewell pipe, and by the hotel ho stops at. The Napier it A.C. SINE, riukinet Mnnacer. guests this week of Mr. Sam Hardin's town. Miss Jennie Hibb, after a week's I House is their headqitaiters and it out of he turned to her, as she sat apparently family. W. G. Ditnlap spent one day visit to Mrs. Sain Owens, nt Stanford, as heartless as a stone, and said: 'Well, overy 10 you eu around it are true-blu- e eavct Pant at hero this week with his staunch repub lm returned home. in, arriving at lovem of the cause. The Kxchange, kept Klizabeth, if it is to part with you or my lican friend, W. It. Dillion. Miss Hack- p m. No. 10 vinf? at Pans at leaves Maysyille at 5,15 a m, by Hob i'ieice, is where tho other polit- pipe, I give up my pipe forever.' Mrs. Seott Lord, oaly sister of Mrs. ley has returned to her home in Gar7 40,am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at 150 and "What followed immediately is more rard, after a month's stay with relatives. Iteujiimin Harrison, d!(id at Washington. ical believers stop. The iiuuierouschang. arrives at Paris at 4 it, p in. These trains are 'HL.TJJC G11ASS ROUTK. s dally except Sunday, cs of management of tho Napier House easily imagined than told. In it Of the eight locomotives whieh werol,,,- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Co Hey are visiting in 43 SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE 10 No, am; leaves Lexington 10 05 am; arrives Parit were married. As soon nfter-war- d thoy would seemingly have some ellect, hut except Sundav nnd Jolm Danville. E. II. Mentz, tho clever trav- wreekediutlioConemmieh From No. 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm;arihesl-.ilraoiul- i as the papers could bo made out is a democratic house and Hood, seven huvu been rebuilt at j It does not. It pm: except Sunday. eling auditor of the L. A: N., inspected town 710 CENTRAL KENTUCKY the Altoona shops and nre again iu ser. No. 7leavcs Fuliiioutn 6 00 am; arrives Cincin. all of her slaves were manumitted, and the democrats go there to n man. this ollico this week. Mrs. W. H. Dil- vice. One of the number was so badly To all Points nati7'5am; except Sunday Thu Napier Houso 1ms been recently tho two went West, which meant Mont- lion went to Rockcastle Ulver Saturday, ..U1.il .... tlm, I, ...in Ul..t Train Notes: No, t runs dally bctw eon Lexing..? a un-i- i tuu iti.it it ocuk lis tl.. o ton nnd Cincinnati, No. 4 runt dnily between renovated and refurnished and Dr. Neel gomery county, Ky. There my father to spend n few days with her husband heap. uf. Cincinnati nnd Lexington ilrst-clas- s Nos. 1 nnd 6 make connections ai Winchester in afl of lis ap- was born nnd there my grandfather and catch onto "Hill's" doings up in that is making It lor nolnti on the N. N A AI. V. Ky Bucklcn's Arnica Salve I SIPORTANT -- Trams of this lino now arrive pointments. Thu traveling public will spent many years as a local preacher, re- neck o' the woods. That genial turfman PA8T LINE BETWEEN The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, at and depart frnm the Central Union Passenger always iliul a hearty welcome and com- joining tho conference iu 1S1P, moving Col. J. W. Guest, of Danville, was Station Cincinnati, making sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores,! tetter, chapLEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. points North, Eat and West. connections for all later to Indiana, where he died near fortable quarters. Kates reasonable. around among his friends ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup Through tickets and baggrge clicked to any destination cached by a railroad. Tho lepubllcans. I am told, are going Greencastle in 18117. Ho never resumed tliis week. Young Heury Miller, of Lew tions and pojitiwly cures piles, or no pay rcquir SCHEDULE I.V EFFECT NOV. 17. 1683. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. null-pip- e It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, cd. wife surto make a strong light for the rest of the his pipe. His plucky No. 4. No. 6. No. J. S. F. II. MORSE, E. II.I1ACON. isburg, made a Hying visit heie Sunday or money refunded, l'rico 3$ cents per box, Ex .Sun. traveling Pass'g'r Aijt., (Jen'l Pass'g'rAgt., vived him several years." Indianapolis county ollices at tho August election. to Bee his aunt, Mrs. J. II. Collier. Mrs. 1'or sale by A. R. I'cnnv.iSuiitord, Ky. Daily. Ex. Sun. Lexington, Ky, Cincinnati, O. They luivu tho county judge, jailer ami Journal. J 35 Pm. W. L. Ml'NSON, Trav. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. S 10 a m' 8 00 p m Emma Hoyd and two bright children, of I,ve Cincinnati U.K. II UNTINUTON, General Manager, Merit Wins. , 3 18 a m1 S 09 p m - 45 P '" assessor already and electing a republicLve Covington., Hrodhcud, were the- guests of Mrs. Kate Jmnoa T. Uott, Oarml, 111., Says: o 44 am 9 17 p m 4 08 p m C.ENKRAL OFFICES: W'Otdesirc to say to our alliens that fur years Lve Falmouth... an representative with tho help of Kus-sel- l m 10 a p m 5 40 p m Chamber of Commerce lluitdiiig, Cincinnati, O it 10 a lie paid thirtymie dollar doctor' till for liU Yanderpool several days this week. J no. we h.e been selliui; Dr. King's New Dlscotory Arr Paris...., 3Wrn u 00 p ni'iu J5 that uile iu one year ami one bottle of llradficld't tecounty, they niu of the opinion Shaw Edmiston is in Mt. Vernon exhib- for consumption, Dr. King's New Llfo IMIs, Muck. Arr I.lvinaton.... 11 JO a in 5 Pm t.ve Paris 6 ao p in Hoxit-Hot- el. they have things their own way. Tho rn itc Hi'sulator did her morn good than all iting Wanauiaker & Hrown's nobby It'ii'n iVrnlca Salve and Electric Hitters, and have Arr Winchester... a 115 p m '.'.'.'.'..'" 7 30 P ni tho medicine ahc had talcn before. II. D.1I1-- , never handled remedies that sell as well, or that Arr Hichmonc...., 40 p ml mo also Baiigiiino of their sucdemocrats p m Regulator goods to the dudes hi that vicinity. We do not Arr Lancaster-- .. havegiven such univeisal satisfaction. Writs llradfield 4 55 Motel the town or I,a.icas ahull ho dniKifikl, Cariui, III. particular!. Sold by Vivg-Cip m cess and say their cotirt-houd- o hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we Arr Stanford V'. ter, offer forafcrent my Mason inilousp, containing iS known Co., Atlanta, G.i., for the stand rcaJy to rctuiidthe purchase price if satis, Lve Richmond ... rooms besides kitchen and oilier oiilbuildirgn. 55 P m of their own belief, or A U. I'enay, Stanford. filled with oillcors factory results do not follow their live These Arr Ilerea. A Good, Cough Syrup. Said hotel adjoint thu rourt'house and mneHIati 3 05 p in great popularity purely Arr Llvington... 5 ' p in have won ly opKjiie the new brick livery stable of Walker the "Shite of Casey" will have to change There it nothing parents should be 10 careful oeinediet merits. A.their1'entiy, druggist. K. in their R Doty. Only one other hotel in the town ai d a LIQUOR HAD about as selecting a cough syrup Heart' Cherry wonderfully. It looks like n nip and DnUNKBNNESB-TH- E good opening tur the right nan Terms reason.! No. 1, No. 5. N 0.3. IT-- In all tho World thore 1b but ono Cough Syrup costs no more than tho cheap and intie. Mrs. K. J MASON, A Safo Investment. tuck ganio, but I will back the white euro, Dr. Hnlnos' Goldon Bpoctno. Lunca.ier, Ky. on the market. Tho bests 1 ferior nostrums thrown t C. W. It one which is guaranteed to bring you satis. l.ve Livingston., S 00 a in horse for n few nt least. II EGOS' CIIUKUV It can lio Kivrn In a cup of tea or coffee without none too Kood.be sure and get 10 5 a in Iictory ictults, or 111 case of failure, a return of I.ve ilerea.. lliu knowledge of the person takine II, effecting a COUGH SYltUl' WeUepIton hand at all purchase price. On this safe pl.m you can buy Arr Richmond.., 11 4 a m ! "What A Fortuno tweedy and permanent cure, whether tlia patient imi A R. I'euny, Druggist. 7 00 a nij from our advertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's I.ve Stanford m Lve Lancaster ., 7 45 New Discovery for Consumption. It Is gu.iran. li a gooil healthy, pearly Un. Kew nrc aware i a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. 10 oj a in Arr Richmond. been cured who r ii, .h.wi lime It takes for a dtiotdered Iher to Thousands of d(iinkardi h tcell to bring relief in every case when used for I.ve Richmond,., I 10 p m 6 10 a in Bobb'b Ohorry Cough Syrup .E1. :m. blotche on the fnco, anil a dark yroaty Mn, have taken the Golden Specific In t heir curTco Is giving splendid satisfaction to the trode and any affection of the throat, lungs or chest, such as Arr Winchester, 1 011 p n 7 '5 a ml Has bought the right to sell the Ciiue Quilting a m' PUUIFIEIi and without their knowledge, and believe they 7 40 p in 7 4 bottle of 11EGGS' IH.OOI iullammation of the lungs, bronchi, Arr Paris. Aiiacniiicnun Lincoln, uarraru aud Doyle couii- One tho sale are positively marvelous, whlib can be consumption, p No harmfu will reitora thu organ to in quit drinking of their own fieiTwill, ma.etoi tewini? Lexington ,. a 05 "pin 7 00 am 3 45 p rn ULOODMAKUR accounted for In no other way except that it is tis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc., etc. It' Lve m machines. will do ten limes tho woik in a ilav of a 50 p in 353 a in 4 ai natural and healthy aUte, and clcanto the tlood effect rciulta from iu admlnmtrution. Cure. guar. without doubt the best on the market. Ask for is pleasant and agreeable to the taste, perfectly Lvo Paris 411pm 9 i am 516pm any other manner of quilting: in fact it it out of Lve Falmouth,- -. i meeting with wonderful antecd. Send for circular and full particulars. A1!' all Impurities. It get ihagenulno. We keep it. A. safe and can always be depended upon. Trial Arr Covington. ,. S 4" P " 10 33 a ml 6 30 p in greatest labor savers ever offered 19 the female if and bo sure you ex. He will call to see you ires few dy, Co.. 185 77 5 50 p m 1045 a ml 6 j8 p m Arr Cincinnati bottles frci: at A. K. Penny's drug store. ucces. We guarantee every Uotlte, A. U. I'en. drctaiu confidence GoUikn R. Penny, Druggist U We Intend to Hush Tilings ! HUg-feat- s M I .... IH-,- --Mr- .:...i. ir-- S. L. POWERS & CO- Great Cut Price Sale, Ca-nc- to-da- e, Sv5'6ive the People the Best i ' j The Pioneer Cheap Dry Goods House 1 e, --j- -- -- I j g thu;. ,u i, .. ht to-da- y car-loa- d r. S. L. Powers Co.'s qjl Bargain I Store, I ; tl I 5 i.i: 1 nt old-tTin- 'SSJHrHMI-r- s eJ tWtf?4, FALL AND WINTER GOODS. v., '' 1 .il ...!.. S6NE & MENEFEE." Laths, Shingles, Etc., ROUGH AND DUESSED LUMBER, Hal-dema- u, QSiSLSH, DOORS Brackets and PATENT WIBE A1TD SXiAT FE1TOB, Kentaclcyeentrairj. R. $SEZBZZ 41 Y, i I 1 ' tf South-Houn- ' jm 1 1 For n 1 North-Houn- d. 84-- tf Quilting Attachment SI3S uy, Drugget. lUci'Strcct, Cincinnati, O v . (r w": JT '. . - t. tt?Jj -t- .-J Lii'-tjs- ff t iiMati . ' . ly.' . vlf?' 1 i" "' ' ' --. 7gT?vwn'i 222 ftffr 'l'- - R5. 'Qfc (f ijiR ' "l'' ''"flllyi J'l,.. .. .,i ;iijijii. At"-- . "I",'-- ' 'K' """ 'IIIMMH i ' ;i f : ' " and street and will inovp Into it. January lqt. " rliyhie, "Mary had n Little Mr, Joseph lias rented lihi cbttSgoffor ; vjF I F . 4 ftrtnb," Isdead, at tho good old ago b' me coming year 10 ,iwrs. rjuBAn Antler StAXFORD.Ky., "DECEMBER 13, 1889 o.j. nor mamon name was nary aw-ye- son hud family but sho married when quite yoim; Tom Dunn and Jo Bryant, of Dry and has been known for years as Aunt antaville, went to Middlesboro on Tues MiryTylor. Her homo was near Bos- day and returned Friday morning. Pete W. F. WALTON. ton. Hampton was in town yesterday shaking hands witli friends here. John DEMOCRATIC TICKET. NEWS CONDENSED g Snndlfer is hustling all to Fer County Judge, THOMAS V. VARNON Secretary Noble was in Louisvillo kinds of furs. P. W. Spencer, wife antl A occasion, " County Attorney, JOSEI'H 1). PAXTONj son arrived from Idaho on Tuesday We this week to argue n will case. Goods, Clothing, " County Clirk, OKORGE 11. COOPER; Whitney & Co., dry goods and com. evening oud took rooms at Miller's Hobhoes, Caps, " Sheriff, J. N. MENKFEE; tyo. , catel. Robert Brown has sold his country " Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWENS; mission merchant, New York, have of so " Aisei.or, IX D. KENNEDY; store on Sugar Creek to a young Mr. liabilities SoOO.OOO. so s??ia,U Sup't erf Common Schsols, W. F. M. CLARY to The deaths of J. K. Martin, Mrs. Do- Stone and Mr. Brown has bought the " Surveyor, HARRY A. EVANS; The store at Marksbury. rncle Randall ra Carson Thomas nud James H. Horiue " Coroner, ARCH CARSON Bettus is gradually growing worse. Miss are noted in the Richmond Climax. ot uutier, j'a., was Fannie, youngest daughter of Survovor ino wnoie town The crowd that gathered to pay the Collier, has gone to Louisville. last tribute of respect to Hon. Jefferson shaken up by the explosion of a magazine. Two men were blown to pieces. Davis was tho largest ever seen ou such JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. A mob took Jack Turner, who killed an occasion in this section, and possibly The How of humanity to Middlesin the country. It is estimated that ful- young Motley William?, from jail at Greeusburg and hung him upon a tree. boro continues large. ly 30,000 men of various organizations The All of ou.-- merchants are displaying Peter Clausen, a lineman, met with were in line, while several hundred very largo stocks of Xinus goods. a horrible death, suspended in mid-ai- r Ur stock', thousands of people filled tho Crescent The smokestack of Waller's Planing City to do homage to the dead chieftain. ou two electric light wires in Now York 4 Mill was blown down Tuesday night and mea)L e-The city was draped in mourning and City. is to to bun i William Carden outraged a little is a total loss. business of all kinds suspended. The If there is a gas boom here I nm ungreatest man that tho century has pro- girl near Cleveland, Tunn., Wednesday, and that night he was captured and hung able to find it after quite a search. I wish duced was being laid away and the secoue could he found. tion, which loved him so much, grieved by a mob. The 3,000 berrels of whisky belongThere will be an entertainment at beyond measure. The pall bearers "were ing to J. G. Mattingly tfc Sons was sold tho Presbyterian church given to the the governors of the Southern States, in Christmas eve. cluding Gov. Buckner, besides honored at auction by the assignee ati!4 to 111 cts., Sunday-schoo- l The meeting at the Presbyterian men of other positions. All over the buyer to pay the tax. Charles W. Hines, the colored poli- church continues with great interest. South memorial meetings were held and tician of Louisville, was sentenced to There have been about .TO additions. other evidences of respect shown the Miss Allie, aged 20, daughter of Rev. memory of tho remarkable man, who seven years in the penitentiary for killW. T. Wood, of the West End, of this bKSt ing bis brother-in-law- , T. J. Phillips. denied citizenship on earth, has been Mice to The Virginia legislature passed n county, died last Saturday night, of dread given full fellowship in heaven. joint resolution requesting Mrs. Jeffer consumption. The remains were inter Immediately after the malicious and son Davis to allow the remains of her red in Ryder Cemetery, Ix;banon . -- W. A. Reynolds is in Louisvillo buy - iC'fS mendacious interview that Assistant husband to be interred in Richmond. OUt fCW WCCIlS to Wriiv tie ,.-on Postmaster General Clarkson had pubRev. G. W. Moore, a Methodist min- ing xnnls trix. Capt. Jacob Cozatt. of be LVC1 V S WO'tl. Of gOOllS. lished in the Washington Post in refer- ister, is under nrre3t in IOuisville for at- Parksville, passed through on Tuesday , Malll 8tM ence to tho Goodloe-Swoptragedy, W. tempted rape. The woman threw vitrol night, en route to points in Georgia. M. and J. II. Swope sent a reply to tho in his lace and it is thought trumped up Mr. and Mrs.CS. Parks and Miss Lizie Cincinnati Enquirer, which declined to the charge. Durham and Annio Johnson, all of Parkspublish it on the grounds that it had not James Hutchison seduced Anna ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Cozatt to its nosUilH and chloroform had to be published or referred to tho Clarkson in- isuicner nt Louisville ana when the in- this week. Mrs. Cozatt accompanied administered. Gout is raging in this vi- terview. The Messrs. Swope then gave evitable babe camo they got rid of it bi them on their return home for a short dnity since cold weather. Corn is bet- us the article and asked that we have it llowing it into tiie river, isotli are in visit. Stephen Coppage, of Shelby City, ter than it has been for years. John (5. inserted in the Washington Post at any jail without bail. has "been granted a pension. Carman, of Casey, is visiting Mr. A. 0. Carman. Kurk Maylleld found a red fox cost. It was printed in that paper TuesTommie Ford, aged 14, of Lebanon, MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. of asleep and shot it. I'ph Euglemaii li.tr, day and this accounts for tho long delay. was shot and killed by Willie Johnson, dog and has ','!,?, 1L nt Now Haven. The brothers do not mince their words, aged The two had Tim difference between "standard" bought him a S'i coon but accuse, the malicious fellow of not quarreled and Ford was making un at- and local time at this place is 2:1 minhis fur to the Western Fur Co. only hounding Col. Swope in a cowardly tack ou Johnson when he fired. Mr. Flora has rented a farm of Jnmrs ,,. new utes. manner during life, "but pursuing him Edward Letcher was shot and killed The rabbit trade at Maretburg lias Robinson, ou tho river, and will move into the grave and holding him up to at Murfreesboro, Tenn., by Frank Sclph, collapsed. The last shipment of 200 soon. Mrs. James Dunn, Sr., hud a large public scorn that he might elevate his in the latter's ollice. Tho killing grew brought lOcbj. per dozen. tumor cnt from her breast last week by friend's character in public estimation. out of the publication of a card, in which W. W. Hart, of Conwav. was visit Drs Johnstone and O'Neal, and she is The grave robber and body snatcher is Selph insinuated that Fletcher was dis- ing E. B. Smith, editor of the Signal, doing well. -, . w; ',. not usually an estimable personage, but honest. tom. KibbuuriiiiLVP. nt. it, i here Sunday and Monday. .is business is less disgusting in its naBridget Byrne, an aged market wogoods, a. C. W. Ping, charged with selling li- -' VeAh ture than that of a man who digs up a man, who had saved considerable mon- quor without having paid for govern tJ buried reputation to dissect it for the ey, was brutally murdered by John ment stamp, was One itao; tried in U. a. Court at power roruulc power rine Feed one trru resnnnr.nu.1.11 -benefit of a mocking crowd of friends." Smith, at Cincinnati. He lived in the Covington and given 100 days and $000. complete order. rnsitic ellune ny part Cruthrr. all hi ""; ' Will a perion may 11. C. l'Ul IS. same bouse and killed the woman to get The republicans met here lust Satur want. W". Ilnckejr, Ky Johnstown seems fated. Horror af- her money. day to determine the manner of select ter horror follows each other in rapid President Harrison and ing candidates and decided to settle the succession there. The latest is the Morton went away to Chicago to matter something after the manner of a crushing to death of a dozen or more assist in opening the great auditorium. primary election, by ballote. persons and the serious injury of 50 oth The Divine Patti was there too and sang At a meeting of the democracy Mon- - A meeting Jf the moclholdera of ihp .National ers as they rushed, panic stricken from "Home Sweet Home," lUnk at their banking "Hunter's Ciio-- day last, b. II. Martin was elected chail- - huute of iluttoimlle will be heldecnd Tueiday In In Himomllle on the" a crowded theatre when an alarm of fire rus " "Hallelujah," Ac. ""t,nK n,Ded" man of the democratic coiTnty commit- wan raised. All the other theatres there i.v v. KrK,Chlrr .v line t e and Jfliiicn Maret seu'v. Tim cnm. 84 were destroyed by the flood, and this CHURCH AFFAIRS. uiittee was and matters of , one, long disused because of its unsafety, Campbellsville's new Baptist church interest to the party discussed. lt8 ,!,.. was again pressed into service. The fact will be dedicated Dec. 22. Rev. Dr. HenTho Middlesboro fever was rather that the audience was listening to a ren ry McDonald, of Atlanta, Ga., lias been slow in striking this place, but has finaldition of that old chestnut, "Uncle Tom's chosen A tocLholder of of the to deliver the sermon. ly arrived. About $15,000 went in that tionalmet ting will the held at their banking lint NaHank be Cabin," will induce the impression that home in Rev. H. T. Wilson, of Harrodsburg, direction last week. One gentleman Stanlord on the second Tuctday in January, iSyo, not only those who suffered "deserved it, who (or the purpose of electing cleien directcrato .crve invented tho best washing machine here is feelmg a little sore over the out- iheentuitig year but the whole GOO, who are said to have in 84 tiie market, has received letters pat- come of an offer, which was made JOHN J. McKOIIEKIS, eaihier Goods, Shoes, FailCU been in the house. ent for a paper reel with printing attach- him 2 months since of a block for $ -T Wooden Reed has announced tho five leading ment. 000. The same block was Bold last week .. t Meeting:. Rev. J. M. Evans closed a meeting for $ 100,000. commttees. McKinley is made chair, man of Ways and Means, with Carlisle, at Salvisa Sunday night, with 40 addiMr. Green Renner, who last week A meeting of the Mnckholder. -.Mills, McMillan, C. R. Breckinridge and tions to the Presbyterian church. Rev. paid ofra note given in the '00s to Capt. National ll.ink will be held at their of the Lincoln bunking home Mr. Evans passed on to Maysvillo Mon- Jack in Stanford on the second Tuesday in Jamury, Flower, democratic members. Cannon Adams, camo in Monday and had tftoo, lor thcpurpoie of ilrctinK tlei'cn director tn (Jo thtre and heads the Appropriation Committee. day evening. Paris Kentuckiau. J. L. Joplin to search his papers, when ervethe enMims year. II. ;et door to Unman lloutc, 84 OWSI.I.V, Caihicr J. Sam Small, who has not been heard a note for $2! dated in '5l was found. Randall and Billy Breckinridge are among the democratic contingent. Kel-le- of since tho camp meeting season, comes Mr. Joplin declined to accept any interl'ORwill preside over the Manufactories into newspaper notice again by renounc- est when Mr. R. naid the note. He has and Rowell over Elections, tho latter ing his Mothodist faith and asking for been in tho West for some years, where ' SALE AT A, SACRIFICE with no democrat of prominence to keep ordination into the Episcopal ministry. he saved money. The protraited him straight. James O'Mara was in from Middle-borI will icll the hou.c known J the meeting continues at the Christian during the week. J. S. Edniiston Mit. Oaulisle will lead the democratic church. Twenty-fivadditions and full forces in Congress, for he is by common houses. Two more attractive speakers was down from Crab Orchard Wednesconsent the strongest man in the body or eamesttr christians could scarcely be day taking orders for clothing. Mrs. P. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, He hasn't got used to his change from found in tho State. Richmond Cli- J. Smith, a sister of W. V. Evans, lately deceased at Danville, is critically ill at FnrOSK THOUSAND DOI.i.AltS cash FANCY ARTICLES, &0 chair to floor, and once or twice this max. her home near this place. Perry White week ho has caused a smile by address Elder John Long and myself have and Perry King, of Lincoln, left here on The Cottage opposite the Railway rhy.lcian. pre.crlption. accurately compounded. ing the speaker us "Your Honor." Mc- just closeu a nine days' meeting at Mt. Tuesday night for Big Stone Gap. Miss Depot, Kinley, of Ohio, will take Reed's place as Moriah, retultingin 18 by confession und Susio Bodell is visiting nt Parksville. It, leader of the republican side of the baptism, one from the Methodist, (i adcMHIHK "Jm""!""""1 jBa. L. Myers and family will IllOVe tO Wood-- J Formerly .cctipied by H K. Miller. the name House. ded and 7 restored to tho church. I will bine. J. E. Vowels went to M'horo yes- - msh. for Kwn ""Nwkkd dou.aus THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Another scheme has been evolved to also preach to this church during 18!M). terday. Tom MuClure is in from Louis CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Samp citn bf seen hy applying to Mr. V K Kenfilch money from tho treasury for the Martin Owens. ville to see his folks. neuy, trail urcnartl. Kverhrousht to thi. market. Price, lower than soldier. Senator Hiscock has offered a the lowe.t. Watcher., Clocki and Jewelry LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. J. OI'TENIIF.IMFK, lie. bill to pay each man who was confined paired on hurt;notice and No 30 State Street, New York Hriiin.K. Some party went to Mr. 71 Jin warranted. Metcalf & Roach's Minstrels are John Pope's'ineat-housin Confederate prisons at the rate of $.'5 a some nfghtsago day for overy day they wero incarcerat- billed for a show at the Opera House and took all his sausage ami some of his ed. Why doesn't somebody move to Dec. 20th. other meat. Tho sign of such is, boys R. B. , The juveniles of the town will give and men lying around shops, mills, turn the treasury over to the G. A. R a grand swell euteitaiument during towns, &c, in the country doimr nothSUCCFSSOR TO- and be done with it? Christmas. ing and at the same time having as grea THE HATTER, Senator Chanjilkh is already on hand ino peepie nere generally were sy uioutiis as anyoouy. joun isrigiit M'MIOHAEL, with his iron clad election bill, designed grieved to hear of the death of Col. SU 4TH AVKNUE, bought some shoata weighing 100 lbs. for' to wrest the South from her white lead- I'. Kvans, of Danville. , :U. R. L. Hubble sold some cows for 2 LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ers and place her in the hands of negroes, L. C. Hopper is closing out his gro- and some heifers for 2. VA Land's! and other worse republi- ceries with the intention of discontinu- house burned Monkay night. Insured, The Nobbiest & Most Stylish cans. It won't pasSf of course, but Joe ing business January 1, for $900. Hammonds sold ',) brood sows Stock of Rlackburn ought to pull the little rasAnother wreck near Hyattsville to Prowitt for W8.0O. Hughes show at j cal's ear again for introducing such n Tuesday evening necessitated the transe was not largely lull. fer of pasbenuers to a box car, which it was a dark night and people . Tun State Grunge, which used to be a brought them to town for late supper. about gone back on night shows Marshal Jamas Hamilton left home fover is raging in this vicinity. It llrbt powerful organization, is never heard of now, except when tho few remaining Tuesday afternoon, ostensibly ou oilicial strikes tho brain, next the. finance and Ever hroiijjht to the city ol I.otittvlllc, now open including the members, who meet in annual session, business. He, however, has done the the only treatment so far is to Bend them demonstrate how great has been tho fall proper thing by taking unto himself a to Middlesboro or to tho asylum. C. R. KNOX & JOHN 6. STETSON & CO'S. HATS At the meeting in handsome little 'woman for a wife in tho Harris has been absent for some days 011 Andalioray own importation of Kngliah Matt of tho concern. An elegant line nt Canet and l.yon't Louisvillo this week less than 2o showed person of Misa Judith Hackloy. They account 01 teaching his boy to and Cap up. wero married on Tuesday evening by shuck corn. Some young man, who gets Celcbruted Umbrella ulwaya nil hand, Fine . . txrni i Rev. Mr. Cook, of the Methodist church. a letter overy day, had hotter tell us SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, d Beleotfline of Ptmiltiire n The 100th anniversary of the something, or wo will bleat. James " of President Washington was May their shadows never grow less, m. ?"ces wi" uu u,a iow a8 sncwn-ss- i ' uimct anaotner rur, a ipeciaity. uraeri out. Jako Joseph has rented the dwelling is on the sick list. M. F, Her- - lldeof citv .olidled. perfect aiLfactior uaran. Ca" UQ DOUgM 111 th.6 CltieS. OiVfl TTin n commemorated in an appropriate man... MO J of Mrs. Nannie Anderson, on Danville ring'H child forced two grains of corn in-- J teed. Don't tail toorder. nobhv con- ner ))y Congress. wyi .vinced that sell lower hat. Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal Tik heroine. of the well-wdr- n r, ' PLEASANT OCCASB9NS I :rWrHr T I, j! r LJT. around-buyin- M visit our establishment is always a pleasant and forwariom reasons. have a magnificent stock of Dry Boots, Hats, Irimks, Carpets, Matting have gentlemanly pable and attentive force salesmen. Our purchases are extensive and our sales large that a margin is satisfactory us and a saving for you. , "CHRISTMAS of ,,thenea? SUGGESTIONS" throng nf MM,.!,! lillK st.ocharc ofwh WJierous and captivating. 9 magnitude wM'rJul Holiday it. the thu? At wlthM win season ion that troubles many know "what h. THE LOUISVILLE STORED W are flWi'' "le '"' W'4 fe ""'l teotion is . all ,,, e Organ which will Stanford. a Short left given awau with "(Mar tickets the $200 mrivri'ii BAW'lK, Malinger. i Jali"4 P'":f"'"ed the interest NOTICE I " Mr. Sta the oil slaml7wh'eof en-gag- former and Fill! StOCk Of Drucre Wall ''KPh001 Boo,, ,... Pane,: ,M,W, I a d,ewelrn,.epai,s in have good Jeweler, patrons from For Sale. hesllr.'mc watch if 1 B. MoROBEETS. Vice-Preside- Stockholders' Meeting. i I l"'JV:jtt?'t i. J0NESBR0S ol S,re Stanford that Stockholders' Meeting. The Farmer, General Merchandise, Boots and jv. 'inware, Full Stock of Holiday Goods. JJry l- Stockholders' xgFf'isware, irlassuiurc, frnniite ank o y -- Ao Mo D.trsio-Villiain.s- on o PENNY, e Strond Property at Crab Orchard, 4 I .11 1 - o GEOGEGHAN, mem -- FumfimJimm MACIK HOTFMAK, 8jPKP Y carpet-bagge- rs school-hous- 51 A T world-renown- l4 -- innug-,uratio- -- I 'SC r.: I "c::ruv; ft i.iiZ ii tr-I- than the lowest '3 '- - 1 J k fr- ,. f, :4P, ,ii. r ...$ JW :r" TVFwTiiPlA7 ffti vug wap? - ,,mw 4 wWRp' wr,pr if v' .y -- wf 'MMr? "TF. Wr-- "- . fti and impressive service was Counthy SoitomiM atT. ' Interior Journal i . held in the Circuit Court room at uoon Nice N. O. SuRnr cheap. T. It. Walton. Wednesday to pay tribute to the memory of Jeflurson Davis, whose mortal reMuKln-noy'Stixford. Ky.j DSckmbs 13, 1889 Xkw 0. K. Lard at Higglns A mains wore being consigned to dust at that hour in New Orleans. Mr. John S. Loirs, queensware, Ac. cheap at T. Hughes called the meeting to order and Motealf's. K. c. ub. after a fervent prayer by Itev. George .i s photos, nt Huntand "Nearer My God to Thee" had Go to Howlnml (or been sung by a choir led by Mrs. James SI n dozen. MEANS 1USINESS. Semi-Week- It. Walton's. A 801,kmn MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ly Dr. W. 0. Hailey, of Paducab, will We Art in m s. walton, Manager first-clas- wed the beautiful widow of tho lato Dr. Standiford, on tho 18th. I!cr income is $10,000 a year. Air. Joseph McClary recolved a letter from his son, A. N. McClary, at Baker, Kansas, stating that he had just taken unto himself a helpmeet. OVi2R8TCK13B -- i H IN- t ' n- - : F .r 4$ to' fr V. A. P. .VKY ADVERTISEMENTS. Tins of every description at A. A. to the chair and Prof. J. M. Hubbard CoMKaml settle your account A. K. Warren's Model Grocery. chosen as secretary. A committee conrunny. I Yot'ji account is ready for you. Please sisting of II. T. Hoclieflter, T. L. Shelton, Watciiks and Jewelry repaired and warranted. A. It. I'ennv. S.S. Myers, .Stephen Burch and Dr. T. A Cox. call and settle. Courts . Tiik best placo to lmy drills, patent 13, IaiwIs, was appointed to draft suitmedicines and toilet articles is at A. H. Lkskn sic dies. Don't fail to see A. A. able resolutions. A feeling prayer was lVunv's. Warren's display of Holiday oods. Ho olfered by He. T. J. Godbey, another In the corporate limit of Rowland liuv your school hooks, ink, tablets, bus a lare, varied and beautiful assortsong was sung and then the committee II J. DAKSr, Rowland. 66 all paper, pencils and school supplies of ment. kinds from A. It. I'ennv. reported as follows: . ! The Kx Confederate soldiers of Lin Uaihin it itr.ii l'liu.NEs, French j)iunes, PERSONAL POINTS. citron, heedless and layer raisins, cook- coln county, Kentucky, resolve that whilst we tfeeply lament the death of hf- Residence, lth obout rive acre of land, Mil. William Wklsii is ill with diph- ing fis, evaporated and canned Califor- Hon. Jellerson Davis, formerly President nia fruite, fresh stock of candies and nuts of the Confederate States and extend now occupied by JmlneThot W. Varnon. Alto theria. our sympathies to Ids family and our an t'lf aiit Brick Kttnlence and Riouudt. Mit. J. W. Sallkk, of Ilarrodsburv, at UiKxins A McKinney's. . former army comrades throughout the To Reduce Them. Apply to JOHN II CRAlGA-feON-. a hero yesterday. Tiik Cincinnati I'nuuirer has this: Jes country on account thereof, yet wo are f of Alliuuont, was Coi.. C Ciiookk, sie Hacklier, whose name will ever ho re. earnestly thankful to Almiuhty God, here yesterday on his way to Lancaster. membered in connection with a famous that by his grace and mercy our old RESIDENCE FOR leader was permitted to live to a good .Miss Jknnik Kai'i.k.npii, of Imcaster, tragedy, is said to be in Chicago. How and golden old age and to spend the passed through yesterday en route to evening of his days bearing the burden she turned out is generally known. Having decided to fco to Carmine. I offer (or Nashville to visit friends. of years lightly, nuu with happy and Ground at the Intcrirc rent m among the people whom he tioii of Muln. Danville and llmtonville meets lor A do.ks couples chartered Nunnel-ley'- s Mil. W. W. Dol'oi.as, of the Masonic It ii very deiirable one year or term of j ear loved him so well. A in every Mutual Insurance Co., IudiHiiapolis, is 'htm Wednesday eeningand storm- loved and who. repcct J. P. OWENS, man who never deserted or betrayed a here in the interest of the institution. ed Misses Nan and Kittie Haiighmau. It friend nor a cause, or violated a trust, Mil. J. W. McAustkii, cashier of the was a total surprise, but the occasion we take plessurc ill doing homaKO to FOR SALE OR his memory and declaring that his Saxton National Hunk, of St. Joseph, Mo was none the less pleasant for that. exnmple of honesty, integrity and spent n few days with Mr. Homce S. Tin: Opera House ought to bo crowd- patriotism and devotion to duty is a A DE3IRABLE HOUSE AND LOT Withers. ed next Tuesday night, when the Hus- priceless heritage to the people whom he On Lancaster otreet in Sunford, witb lx rontiu Tiik follow inc brothers of Mrs. .1. A. will served mi long and faithfully. and kitchen, now occupied by W. II. Miller. Carpenter attended the burial of her ton vilh young ladies and gentlemen The resolutions were adopted and l'oet,ion kivfii Jan. I. Apply to J.11AII.KV a reserved seat for Mri.C baby yesterday: T. (J. Guthrie, ltuby, hold the loards. Get !V cents, at W. then earnest and eloquent eulogies were Tenn., Wallacu Guthrie, New Hope, and yourself and girl. Only delivered by the chairman, Itev. George II. Mcitoberts'. 0uir litilhric, I'arksville. Hunt, S. S. Mvers and W. H. Miller. A Mil". Jam km Oaiiiiiix), who was MirH Tin: next two issues of the Intkiuou copy of the resolutions was ordered sent j l.ydia Hrady, is on a visit to her fat hen Jot knai. will be double this sire anil to Mrs. Davis, another to tho Confcder- - Capital to Build Houses to Rent. Gold-Heade- d Mr. K. (i. ISradj. While on a visit to chock full of interesting matter and ate Association and their publication re-- , If you want quested in the Courier Journal and her sister in ixiisville, she. was wooed Christinas advertisement. and won by a worthy carpenter, and this to bo represented in them now's your tkiiiok Joni.vu.. In addition to the Is her first trip homu since her martime to signify it. nearly all of whom are riage. now grown gray and show the ravaues of My Now HOUSC On Main St., Iv thuciicult court at Williamsburg. union soldiers Stanford. Ky. For tcrm apph to Mr. w. ii. Wednesday, William Cunningham, of time, were present CITY AND VICINITY. . Bn, i"a"'oril'orTi,,,)J,c1ny,,MyES 1'arksville, a brakeman on the L. A N., and a number of lady and other sympa-thirers". The song "Let us l'ass Overthe' II i v Soi.ks at T. It. Widton's. was uiven two yeais for hreakini: into . the depot at Corbin and stealing money Kiernnd Itest Under the Shade of the, TOTri "HEISTT . ammunition and loaded shells from the safe. He is only 11) years old. Trees" was rendered in a particularly pa-cheap at T. Metcidf's. thetic mauner and tlien the meeting, Jok Lxi, a youth of IS, living on the oloseil with tliu licntnlictioti ly Kev. , nousea. uui. ui iixjas nxaijr irj.jcia, I'l.NKHrNow Orleans Molasses at A. A. Rolling Fork near the Lincoln line, was John Hell Gibson. The bells were tolled Now occupied by Mr O. N llradlc), for rent Warren's Model Grocery. carelessly handling a shot. gun Wednes- for some time after the meeting and a for the year iByo. Poselon ifiven January Ml -84 kiiij i, sianiora ivy. j, i Wk will sell millinery at cost for the day, when it was discharged, the load en- iiumbcuof bouses displayed the badges .'JO days. tering his stomach on the right side and of mourning. Court A Cox. next I tearing a hole nearly through him. The We never attended a more impressive Tiik little negroes who cut Aquilla doctors say he will die from the ellccts exercise nor one which called up sadder All pertoni having ciaimi agaiiut the estate of !..! Withers, ilecil . will preient tnem to mc or horse's inane oil wero acipiitted of it. mcihories. The events of a quarter of a mv afent. uronriv croven. on or before January 1.1800. yesterday. Mri ILL1A A WIJHKKS. W K McCLAKY Acent. Two Jellico sports, named Malcott and century or more ago seemn to rush to 8j Nnwlntof Jewelry, watches and sil- - Shootman. irot into a dispute over a the munis ol the old veterans and many All silverware game of cards at that place Wednesday an ye unused to weep glistened with a erwaru just received. K)ld will be cngrned at reasonable rates. night, when Muhott drew his pistol and tear as they thought of Davis, Ia-c- JackW. B. McKolK-rts- . shot .Shootman in the right eye, the ball son and the host of other noble men A going through his head. He was thought who have joined the innumerable cara- Onhomernet ltrect, at present occupied by Mr. (f II. Cooper. A very place and can Le KiLi.tn. Kli Mitchell, a whiUt man, to be dying when last heard from. Mal- van. Their own sad experiences of obtained at a, bargain Addrtat or call on V H. ANDERSON", w as shot nnd killed by a negro nanud Harper, Kanwa, suffering came back witb hardships and cott has not yet been captured. Iti- Or P. M. MtROllKR rS, Stanford, Ky. W. G. Minnis,at AlUimont, whoescaped ii " K- - Land was startling force and several whoto had Inand is still at large. Tin: residence of Mr. refrain tended to speak were forced burned Monday night, together with all by the emotions which stirred their Tin: K. C. train due here any time in its contents, pave the furniture of one A GOOD FARM OF su ACRES, ' souls. It was an occasion long to be reacre to go in corn or oat, 30 acres in the afternoon or night, caino galloping In room. The fire caught from the outside, membered by everyone present. orchard Rra, f acrct in clover, 10 acrea wheat, at :l A. M. Wednesday. The truckH of it and remainder in 'there un home on but its origin is unexplained. Mr. Uind Following are some of the 'I hit i fin! cla hnd. Apply to the farm one of the cars pulled out at Hyatttville II F. i:NCJI.KMAN, Hubble, Ky., held $000 insurance in the Springfield S. Hughes, W. II. present: J. 81 and caused tliu delay. or 11. W. OIVENS, Shelby Citj. Ky. Fire and Marine, but that will not cover Miller, T. It. Lewi, A. K. Denny, E. T. !( bv several hundred dollars. Hochester, J. C. Hays, Stephen Hurch, Tiik McGilteny Family is booked for the T. I Shelton, Stephen S. Myers, John Masonic Temple December 11, '20 ami '2 ELOCUTIONARY Tqm all, a freight brakeman on this H. Miller, John Knuleman, Prof. J. M. and Saturday matinee. Tlio family now division, was struck by the timbers of Hubbard, Jno. F. Cash, J. O. Neal, T. J. numbers lt members. the Hig Hun bridge and knocked oil the '.V, Hatcher, Thomas Hichards, A. P. PenThey will aIo lie here Dec. train to the ground below, u distance of I dleton and others. J. W. Alcorn and Sevkiui. paintings and some crayon o5feet, He struck on the creek bed, W. G. Welch wero represented by their work on exhibition at Penny's drug which is of solid lock, anil when the wives. lly Mm. A. K RKID'S clas, at storeprove more eloquently than words train men reached him lie was unconFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. &c. the skill and taste of Miss Dora Caldwell, scious. He was taken to luisillu and Walton's Opera House, Stanford, will likely die. the new art teacher at the College. -.- 1 W. Allen sold to Givens, of Mer '" On Si Lmiiiu. the little devil who spent a cer, -- 8 heavy feeders at It cents. received a letter on the Wk have robbing; the Fox Bros., of Boyle, boucht of J. II. road law from Josh Wilson, a sur year in the refonnntorv for ' postollice, isin for it again. Yesterday McA lister I!! cotton mules at $7o. in our next. veyor, which will npiK-aJoe Cotl'ey bought in Casey county He objects to it for the same reason that betook a lady's gold watch to Mr. Danks, . Composed of the H. Mcltoberts' drug IS bead mountain cattle at - cents. wo do the eremion of three new olllcey. the jeweler at W. Forty-fou- r No. mules for sale, l'o BEAUTY AND CHIVALRY to be fixed. Ah the watch was a store, GOODS: a))?3 PL Go r once ami see the immense stock valuable one and bore the initials "L of them marcs and lit horses. A. K of husionvii.li:. as to how he Denny, Shelby City, Ky. of Christmas iroods just opened at W. H. II." h ipiestioned the boy Burns k, Ilium bought of II. Mcln- - byThe rmeiulument will consist of Recitations Mcltoberts'. He has the most extensive camobyit. Ho said at first he found it Mioes Itilen Held, licrta Ccrpenter, Mary Llrzle Hrye, Cook, lino ho has ever handled and his store on tho Somerset pike, but when this was ish Hi head of fat cattle at :J cents and Adamt. Kate Jennie Lent WilliamsAlcorn, Dolllc Rcid, M.itta' Mary IJodd, by tho witii"M he nam- of vai ions Casey county parties a lot of Alcorn. Anna Keid. M h Login, Julia Itr.idlcv. Raisins, is just the place to select Christmas pies- - not Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, Homl.ulu Goode, Mil II. R Camnitr nnd Mr I. F, ed, hu gave another story. He was ac- ho(s at cts. eiits. Meele, liHcrt)icricd with tnuiii.. Ulmru by the iny, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, In Cincinnati best snippers are quo- c'a cording locked up to await examining Quartette, Mcuri ConV, Ilradlcy, Huffman ami Tin: nppraideia of tlio estate of Col. A. trial. On tho 17th of October, Conduc- ted at and prices mil from that down Adams. Ituet, lhe Kate Cook and Anna lleid. M. Swopo have completed their workand tor William Fields, who had been wear- to lj for very common butcher; hogs aio Irio, Mih Julu Ilradlcy and Mem Ccok and As much ing Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, find that it foots up7H,7lS.lW. l'i..dlcy. his was being re- slow at S toIU'rO; sheep at 21 to 3J. the watch Jwhile Solo, MISS I.VllldOOlU'. of It is in bank stock with more than fate paired, shipped it to Miss Liceie HeaIey. The American Agriculturist nward-eSolo, Mrs. H. K. Camnitr Calisthenics b) the clan value, the amount may bo considerably It was never received by lier and invesa priu of SoOO to C. U.Coy, of Aroos-tocAiimixion aj ccnis; reierid cats ij cent; Coal Hods, Goal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. increased. incwn-ge- r for tho best acioof potatoes ihildrcli 15 cents. Rest r ltd eat .u W it. Mc. Maine, tigation showed that while tho 8; Robert'. ot 7158 bushels. A New York man claimed that he had left it here, Mr. little boy, Mit. J. A. Caui'Kstkh' Carpenter was positive that hu had nev- tho other prio with IH0 bushels. whose birth was recorded in our last, slick little rascal eviSantulino and Martin Russell ran in died Wednesday. It van apparently a er seen it. The T. it froln tho express truck another raco at Kliaboth Monday but. , M Ufm , healthy child and showed no othur sign dently stole Wk to Europe 5- - & on before it was checked oil". neither won. Now or Never beat San- till Wednesday morning, when it began t dine three lenj;tha and ho was o j:ht iniiavusnasms and continued to have Dec. 20th, 1889, The news of the death of Mr. W. F. afternoon, when it ex Kvans was received hero late Monday ahead of Hussell. Mile dash; time 1.511. them until in the My r urmol iSS Acrct ot Hlue.drasi I and. ..1 Hubert Homier, Of OW 1 Situated lS mile from Munford, tne county feat pired. Mrs. Carpenter is doing as well afternoon, and though expected, caused purchase.1 from Senator SUu.ford, at l'a-u as her situation would justify. much sorrow among thosu who knew lo AltO, for fl0,000, the bay BtnlllOll are a a story Iriime liuildini; traits of character that he sol 709:1, foaled in 18M), record :20, by 0wnlihI0h0alkoM. Hoaui'h Mammoth Min- the admirable Mktcau-with .nb i'nTe bo" strels will bo at the Opera House Satur possessed. Ho was a splendid gentle- Electioneer, .lain Annette, thoroughbred, J. P. BURTON, Clerk. T. R. WALTON. ioTt'.'an'd corn crib. day, Dee. 21st. The company is a strong man socially and intellectually, a model bv Lexineton. --The 1'aris Ivontuckian reports one mid composed of artists of :ecognu-- cituen anil Dusiucss man ot superior "IfJrS'i'J're'w ability. Their enteitaiiiinonts are ipinHtit'H, By his almost unaided ellbrts ofiH extra feediiiK cattle nt jl ."VcaruthuinTi X'.yTf ?&'& and refined. Itomember the he grew to be a very rich man, amasiing Abraill Heilick Bold 41 that Will weigll water '1 he ground is uiidulatinc, rather levi.1. ' implements, imhas cl ' wI" se" grand street p.ttado at uoon. Although fully S.")00,0(X). His loving wife, who was 1,,00 tO M..u Klllinat ij CelltS. W . II inilluler. '"y ,u" Drill. 'Corn Vhnler Harraiii. . ........ ... ,,!.., 1J,V Unll.irMiiwer Josephine Graham, and children, 1. ...1..1. !. I mriirh W'lii.n... t........ company Is a largo and expensive Miss the ' :. ilc KliFrr Sri:ClF'IC cures all blood disrates, uch ashcrolnlu. I leers, I'lmples, Ulcerated Throat , , TnliALCfi I're.i.. Corn Slimier. . Mun.irrh It. G. Kvans, 1,(K)0, ,r,7 l'nce $1 per biutle. , hue Swelling, Spliilitic diseases til all its aueen, Necrosis, At l cente. different nlou . Lte.. etc : ono the price- - will only bo ."), f0 and 7fi Mm. Maurice.1. Farrisand euro iyspepsia or Hay 8 nails of Clover Hay JlAVlt 1IUJ.N ill 1.K3 is tne most pleasant to lawe ni nil ine ironiunica. Alto uo.oiio lbs, surviuilum and in their beieavement of Sunol, In speaking of the price cents. lth the seed, a rukt of htr.iw and tome House, it zivca keen appetite, enriches the lilood, ngulates the lier and imparts new ruers) to the mutclei and ntrvout ssleiu. I'rlcaSi per bottle. they have the sympathy of hundreds of Hobc-r-t Homier said to a reporter; "I hold Furniture, medWORM SYKUI' is nude ol the GAII.1FF ihr stock uNo Horse aud 4 (iarrard Clutl ical profession b ami therefore recommend ltelf fust wnrm killers nnd eipillcrs Liuiwii to Hil'nce IJ.wu.Y nmiisKn. Linck liugham, a friends. Tho funeral servicer were held safe and reliable, It it pleiiant to ear old Filly by Messenger Chief a am bound on honor not to divulge the Mtri', J on prohibition at his residence, near Danville, per bottle. K. 0. umploye, filled up yearling Killy b) Keuu Wilkes, a horso Colt bv Headache, (JAIUFF'S MAONK1IC PII.I.S lor nil l.uer Comphints, Impaired I gmtbn.M exact lljju re. However, I'll say I Imp. a year old liull, (full whisWy and "boat ded tho when one of the largest assem- more than $10,000 and less than fjO.OOO. tiloid,! I.ondun. 1 Cows and .Kreey nnd j iear. Ac Acts as cathartic l'nce t cents per box Calves tome Jersey am lor sail to the tradt- by the Manufactured old Stetrs; 3) barrels o( Corn ami uj shocls of p.s8ongorat'Itowland Wednesday. When blies of fi lends gathered over known in Strike your own average." rodder i.ish,the b be got to tho upper end of the yard he this section. Itev. J. W. Lynch preachKy. Circuit met at Terms. For the Turin AVIUM AMSBURG DRUG CO., Tlio Hlne Grass Fair , per cent, eHuctingBermon, Lexinpton and arranged dates as follows interest one and two onears' lime, with tthe smcl., decided ho did not want to leavo and ed a very exeellent-nnand it lieu the farm For jumped oll'thu liaiii. Ho fell for next year: Shelbyville, July 15; Imm- Implements, etc ,umof $15 and undtr cash, on amounts M. K. F.lkin bought of John Mcltob-orts- , inence, '22; Hnrrodsbun;, --M); Danville, Iiruer has to beJ month time at i per cent, All was knocked into an itieptabl! at thi Firm National tuner Jr., it nice bliuch of hogs at "1 and Auk. o; .ShiirpsburK, '; Maysvillo, It); Rant, of Stanford ho lemained condition, in Sale ill becin at 9 ovlncl sFarp some butcher cattle of G. C. Ulvens and Lexington, --M; 1'aris, September '2; 11O '1 I). Fngli'li Jleok Keeping, Short Hand, Telegmphu, " I. Auctioneer. lI I eoveral hours. His neck is badly wrench-eH rite fur Vmutouuo anU full Information, faalssf 84 9; Cynthlana, 10. VllakEitf IV I A.I andeWAILU. 1). U. StiiKS atl'i. and ho iseonslderably bruised all over. Ualley, Mr. K. Denny was called For Sale ' Twenty Iluildiii Lots For Hoxit "1 - WILL CUT PRICES -- 86-t- RENT BRUCE & McROBERTS. 8rt-- tf lib-lon- g RENT. New Furs. Now Mufflers, 86-t- f "Wanted. New Handkerchiefs. Umbrellas, In-.- JXXX 'mZ. "'TT SFOIR SAXiX" I Fancy Goods of all Kinds For the Holidnv Trade. m Gi-.n- i .. 1 SEVERANCE & SON. Notice lb-Id'- s m- , rOR.SAT.T,! Rrick House and Lot, I. WflMOH; Dealer -- For Sale or Rent. blue-gra- Fifty-thre- e 1 1 Courier-Journa- l. O BntertainmBnT Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos. pio-pose- d r TuoSft!ht, IDec. 17th, !.- ' 1 SOME SEftSQKABLE I d k, j PUBLIC SALE 7-BT- BARRELS FRESH SiHXiT. vii ,...",, $ 'l," f.l,,6, ' pridav, 1 tTJ. Prices Always Reasonable. SrcXi - '.'tocau"? U m" d tlrnt-eht- w The Great Remedies! 1 I v I -- ll...' . -'- nt-l- 1 11 .1 I 3 -- Weil-nesda- y, V. Houth-boun- d - one-thi- rd Williamsburg, f M uncoil-tciou- B 1'-- BRYANT & STRATTON Business College d AlVIO ' F IfV ? ? X 1 K tv I f.'r lvT;v Ob ' I ?x-- ...) LUiuy,.!, iflfH ,.pxrr . . j-- (, ,,.. .j n r.Ty-....,r- .. ,,,... ' ia jm it i.,...ir.tHi,wrtffMM ' ' y Semi-Weekly Interior Journal FROM WOOD TO TIN PLATE. TARIFF ADVANCES MADE IN A GENERATION BY DAIRY FARMING. REFORM IN THE ELECTIONS. In NO PROTECTION NEEDED. THE MUCH ENGLISH MONEY WEAVER GET8 AS AS THE AMERICAN. 1 MISS KATE BOGLE Is Published Every Tuesday and Friday Planks of Democratic Flatformi Where Itepubllcana Lost. NKW YORK. States a Candldste for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county. Election Auguit, 1S90. MHHHHHk V? w 91. F. Brinklcy or ,R. k' n s. I' ' . m i i m V if i m j WH. ADAMS LEXINGTON, What Printed Calicoes Are Made Prom. Tinned Date Ii Made) In South Wales Fall River ami Providence Make 233,-00- 0 TWhn not to paid $2.60 will be charged Only In Effect, Tliareforo, It la a Haw 3. O. DAVIS, Pieces of Print Cloth Kverr Week. 3c J". Material In the United States The Tariff The Massachusetts Wearer's Capacltj. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Therthn I Nonsense. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Printed calico is a very well known Train leases Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returnlui MT, VKUNON, Iv Y. Pcoplo of middlo ago can well remembWomen jnako it into houso fabric. Are still In the business and ready to do an Office n.it door 10 Whitehead's Drug Store. thins in the Undertaking line. We hase a full er- tlio old wooden rind earthenwaro drosses and morning wrappers. In its stoci of Cases and Caskets ol all kinds and Kohei L. &lOCALJIMEMRD. utensils usetl In dairy farming thirty indigo blue variety it provides thousands Specialattention eiven 10 diieasei ot children ol every deicriptlon Our hearse, which Is nearly sj;-t- f. new can be obtained on short notice Mr J It. I of waists for small boys. In coarser vaMail train going North 3'Pni years ago. Tlio cows wero milked into a Green has charged our builness and will" shov ' South 131pm rieties, bed comforters havo ono or loth small wooden pitcher, and then tlio milk our goods to any one needing anything In otir Express train " South it 37 P rr tf line sides made of it. In still nuothcr variety HARRY A. EVANs, " North jijitr was. passed through a hair strainer with 6 30rr. LorM Freight North it is tho material out of which printed wooden sides. Then the milk found its ro Souths J JSP ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, iabla shirts aro mado for men. In fact, its c:d and $alc givcry, next resting place in largo, cool, earthen The latter trains alo carry passengers. J Solai MASSACHUSETTS. uses aro endless, and its consumption is STANFORD, KV The above ii calculated on standard time. ware pans, whero it remained until tlio time is about 10 minutes fatter Meeting for the first tlmo since tho do- - consequently very large. cream camo to its surface. Before a piece of printed calico reaches Engineering and Surveying in As soon as this happened the skimmed I feat of last year, wo declare our con all branches. milk was given to tho calves for food, i tinned and hearty support of the cause maturity, as wo bee it, tho raw cotton whilo tho cream was turned into butter ' of tarllf reform for which we then con has to undergo ditToreut processes of or cheese. Everything was hard work tended, and our firm conviction of its manufacture. First, it must bo spun into X825. yarn. Then this yarn is woven into a in those good old days. There was much ' success in tho near future. illus- scalding dairy utensils, nud everything ' Wo reaffirm our domauds for freo raw loose, 60ft, Huffy cloth. At this stago tho Of the various Baking Powders had to bo kept scrupulously clean. But materials and lower duties Uon tho ne- fabric is called a pi i tit cloth. trated from actual tests. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. So far all tho cotton travels together. On DkcIIiIUs, IHiuMiold furniture, SMre, Merall this was heforo tho introduction of cessities of life. Wo believo that freo ROYAL (Pure). chandise, .Vi , apply W the old LONDON, KY, Doforo it any variety of printed wool, as provided for in the bill passed tinned plate for general use. flood turnouts and saddle horses always lor hits GRANT'S (Alum) Tinned plato contains very little tin. by tho Democratic majority of tho last cotton goodn it must pass through tho Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. on reasonable termi London Is the tnoit convn lent point on th railroad to reach places in the Tho body of tinned plato is now com- houso of representatives, is essential to print cloth stage. What raw cotton is BUMFoRD'S (fresh) 10 ute I.iehtnlntt damn alUched and damages paid in the mountain posed of tho finest Bessemer or Siemens- -' tho prasfierity of tho woolen industry, to the print cloth tho print cloth is to lieiher tire entues or not, HANfORD'S (when fresh)" UKO II HRL'CE, AkM. Martin steel. Formerly, it was mado of upon which that of tho wool grower is tho finished fabric. It is n kind of raw 17 MOUSE, sheet iron. These 6teel sheets aro first dependent, whilo it will afford relief to material for making printed cloths out CHARM (Alum Towder) rolled out of bar steel and afterward all consumers of woolen goods. We call of. AImi, liko moft raw materials, the DAVIS' and 0. K. (Aluai)I H. RIL.KY, Proprietor. F. dipped in pure melted tin. Then tho tin tho particular attention of tho farmers terms of payment for it aro very prompt. CLEVELAND'S . is thoroughly incorporated by means of of this state, who havo borno tho heavy Net cash within ten tlavs aro the almost London, - - - Kentucky. I twp on hand's No i qualilv ol Jclli'O. t.ily acids with tho surface of the steel sheets, burden of high tarilT taxation without invariable ones. and Nut Coal In mv yard I.enve )mr ordcrsai PIONEER (San Tunc'isco) . . Like many raw materials, too, print ' VardorS S Mjrts' store and they will benttend and tho sheets, consisting of 05 percent, any of tho prosperity promised them, I hate mnsed In my new Hotel and ail CZAR to J. II. HUH! INS, of steel and 5 per cent, of puro tin, aro to tho relief the)- - will receive through cloths aro tho subject of a good deal of til6j promptly. to acsnmiModule the public prepared than Siarfard, Ky (.ood I. urry attached and etery consrmence Uf polished, cut in squares and packed in tho reduction of customs taxes upon ar- fpeciilation in "spots and "futures." j Dn. PRICE'S sired GdcskiuII. is not so many years ago since 0110 I It ticles which they uso or consume. wooden boxes. fKANK RII.KV. SNOW FLAKE (CrciTij.. NURSERIES ,; very large manufacturing linn became BLUE-GRA- SS is apparently only one placo in 01110. There CONGRESS . lUiif WiKrfi tho world whero tho operation of makTho Democracy of Ohio. In convention bankrupt in attempting to corner tho A full storV. of fruit and Ornamental Tire, BECKER'S ing tinned plates can ba carried out on a assembled, approve tho declaration of I print cloth market by buying up futures. ' (rape ines. Small fruits, Atparaeut. .1hrul'. nrflTTflfTET MT. VERNON, KY. Another (inn saw tho gamo and held and : cry thin t lor tlieorilurrt and garden We profitable basis. Even at that placo it is principles mado by tho national Democemploy no a)riit but sell dimi at luu pruesln ciurrs a very poor business. There aro no more racy in St. Louis in 1833, and oajwcially nearly 11 million pieces of print cloths in the planter Personal inspection of our immense ' This old and welMtMwn lloltl.'is still maintain HANrORD'S (None Sucb),uhea notfteih miserablo wage earners in Great Britain that part of it demanding reduction of reserve, which thoy successfully unload- stock lu tied Description catalogue with alua. int ils fine reputation. Charges reasonable. .SpeIileaiuk-estioni'ii iiipuciii n. workcial attention to the trellnc publu. than tho South Wales tinncd-platPEARL (Andrews & Co.) II K IIII.I.KWMKVKK. tnriff taxes, and wo will continuo tho ed before the cornering firm suspected LeawKtAn, KV I. P NEWCOMH, Prop, ;i t ers. But tho process is largely ono car- battlo for tarilT reform until the causo of there was any such quantity of goods RUMrORD'S (Phosphate), v. hen not freth . j.HHBMB Ml Vernon, Ky. Sj II j concealed in the market. ried out by simplo hand labor. In ono tho peoplo is triumphant. Tho headquarters of tho print cloth sense tho work is unskilled, but, like the Reports of Government Chemists. Wo regard trusts, in whatever form " The Royal Baking Powder is composed of manufacture of horseshoe nails, it seems organized, as tho legitimato result of our market is at Fall River, Mass. Under It docs not to run in families. Tho cntiro cost of present tariff svstem; and we demand ordinary circumstances tho print cloth pure and wholesome ingredients. making and packing tinned plato in tho repeal of all tarilf taxes that enablo mills in Fall Hiver turn out 100,000 LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. contain either alum or phosphates, or other in! of l'""1 clothsovery week. Wales is only 3 cents a pound. In tho them to extort from tho peoplo tho ex- - j G, Lovn, Ph.D," jurious substances.-EDWAR- D " P"" cloth center, though jij Pound Avenue, United States the steel plates alono would prices for the products they con- - dt',li;0 " " The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly a smaller one. Its mills make id.OOO THE LARGEST AND FINEST 4 cents a pound without tho additrol. - and most reliable baking powder cost the purest pieces of print cloths every week. tional cost of tinning. IOWA. offered to the public. HOTEL IN THE CITY. ThcMJ 2;X),000 pieces arts nwulo for the Nothing ever struck tho American Wo renew our opposition to the uncon ' Henry A. Mott. M. D., Ph. D." C. A. BENEDICT & CO., opon market, and aro either sold to sonnj ' " Tlic Royal Baking Powder is purest in qual- pcoplo as being so useful as tinned plate, stitutional and unjust lwltcy of Inch bo turned into pots and pans ,ariff taxation, which robs tho many to Pr""cr Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD-anity and highest in strength of any baking pow-dc- r It could light saucepans. It made a conven- - enrich tho few; makes tho producer tho ?rte" "' V' "u of which I have knowledge. irfC TO ROOMS. TAM ord, k foro "jo Mollis lent nutmeg grater, and a still more con- - slavo of tlio manufacturer; lays its heav- Jor b?" ",0 P " Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D." ' box. It drovo out tho iest burdens on tho farmer, tho mechanic navo oeen actually maniiiacttireti. venient spice Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at. All Alum biking powders, no matter how Of course some standard factory prices. must jo clumsy wooden dairy utensils used in and the day laborer, whom it daily robs; high their strength, are to be avoided as danTURKISH A RUSSIAN MATHS IN HOTEL " 8 Ktm' '" .mn? gerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas dairy work. It found u placo on roof gives no return through an v channel and t "' "lo too freely, or under climatic changes suffer detops to keep out tho rain. No other na- fosters trusts, which ard tho legitimate mid seller would be involved iu endless vu,Vr"sC M.M 1 M. . WJ Ma iTA terioration. tion could havo found tho innumerable ' result of our present tarilf system, and iiisnutes. to It is ncreeil bv t no rratlo " " of print cloth fttran! aiin IMR MM Bf Jjjff uses for tinned plato that this'country wo denounco tho fallacy of tho Repub- that an ordinary piece This notiie forewarns hunters, and tUlii iMkk others not to trrsp ist on our landi fishermen per inches widons it L.Va.t,i UiltU. without C. MORGAN, D. D. has done; but then no other people havo lican state platform of Iowa, that a high should bo twenty-eigh- t nnssiun, as all such will he prosecuted lo the lull our practical inventivo powers. STANTOUD. KY est cstent of the law. Signed' Uirill is or can bo any protection to tlio leaves tho loom; that seven yards of this width of cloth should weich ono nouud DENTIST. When tinned ware began to bo exten- farmer. OKI) D HOPPER, T.J HILL. avoirdupois: that the yarn out of which SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL JM McROIlKinS.JR. M. S. IIALOH.MAN, sively used in dairy work, it created a Office on Main street, opposite l'ortman Home, ROUT McAI.ISJKK, ana, J.K HRL'CE upstairs. Nitrous Oxide uas given for painless revolution iu this industry. For tho it is woven should bo within two num- - ,t!,vel'" s, "0"" lnd mul." 1bouh' m llsery. S II SHANKS. Why Tax Straw Hats? S II IIAIK.IIMAN. horse.and vehicle, used ly "rtt-claextracting. 011 cither side of what is called No. ! MRS IIENRV IIAUGIIMAN. A M f ELAND first time it became possible to transport A faxhiouablo lady bathing in tho 6ea STANFORD, KENTUCKY. E.T PENCE. JOHN v IIOI.MLs. ono square inch fresh milk to points distant from tho at Long .. Branch or Newtiort. has her i 30 yarn, and, lastly, that .. A I ILWDLN. I' l.. rAKKISII. ., .. !. I. alt.nsl.t u.i D V. HOLMES W LOO AN. i.ij-iot-j-" "i "' dairy. It is not so many years back rasluonablo Uttning suit capped by a pe-- , nf ",u -i jrT"lr""",,"rvT P1III.IILRT RICHARDS Dr P JOSH ADAMS DR. W. 13. J--N each way. It is this latter ro L CJL J-- IJ sinco tho milk supply of New York city culiar looking straw hat. Tho wide I II W l. AIMS II. McKINNKi. Mrs SAMtOKK IRWIN, JOHN (. lA.NN, was obtained from dairy farms within eaves of this hat aro tied underneath her. 'l'drement that gives the ordinary print CRA ORCHARD. KV Mrs VI.ICL IlLKLK walking distance. Now a procession of chin, causing its fore and aft aspects to c,ot. t,ie common term of Dealer i. ..... m. ..,. i,i threads warn crossed bv i Office South till: Main street, in office recently ....i.. i...... is. sixtv-foti- r milk trains, from points eighty to a hunvacated by. Dr. L T Huffman, Stanford, Ky. miles distant, each morning roll placed back to back. From Maino to, iyfoiir threads tilling in each squar'o Dry Goods, Notions, Hat3, CapB dred Florida iibhermen airect coarse straw I "'cl'- into tho VARNON, tho city. railroad stations around and in hat with a wide, turned aut brim,' and r,, curious jthing about this system of ; 0(1U shoc, ciuthms. Hardware Queens, .)reITinare,Futn.t ire and a . . . . .1.. .1 Tinned plate utensiU are not so easily seem to tako great comfort therein. Out iiieasiiremeni, is mat 1110 name rtues re;Qonora Lino Of CrOCOriOS. Attornoy at Law, followed in England bv tho Lancashire, on tho great western farms men of nil kej)t clean as glassed crockery -Kentucky. then the tinned plato vesselsware, but ages, in hot weather, seem addicted to cotton weavers. Last year, Mr. J. Schoen- - A Stanford, S cchI.Cior wood.. , N N. .V M V Co. K. D aro not broken so easily as crockery waro. But wearing straw hats with wide 'brims hof. United States consul at Tunstall, all the courts of this and adjoin-nWill practice in Only one Night out to New York. tinned plate is much cleaner for dairy turned down. Tho fashionable lady, tho England, took over with him &omospeci- counties and in the courts of appeal & WATTS, Office over McKobcrts & Sugg's drug store. - mens of Ameiican print cloths mado at1 purposes than tho wooden waro which nsiiermnn niul the farmer nrv all wearSoln' Vestibt list Truins in I mwt'll, Mass., In order to compare them ROWLAND. KV , imr precisely the same kind of hat. it drovo out. Whero do theso hats como from? They ' ,ho "ntter of co.t with tluo miula in Keep constantly on hand a sp'endkJ line ef No tinned plato is mad? in tho United Baltimore, Now York, States. To all intents and purposes uioso marvelously cheap that they nl-- , LacJhire. After a long nnd very pa-- j Family Crocoriosj tinned plato is a raw material as it most seem liko Topsy, "to have growed." ,ie,lt hivpstigatiou, Mr. Schoonhof bent Close cotmr4.tloiKfv.1r I lost on and all pclnts la-- t rettches our shores. As n raw material Tho trrcat maioritv of them cost tho re- -' these results homo to the htato depart- - And sell them at the low est prices. Produce of all nnd Southeast ?VX3 LI'IECIIVI. OC1 1, gv; tailer only thirty five cents a dozen. It mcm- - "" w,,ic1' t,a'.v wo,u '"ily printed kinds taken in e hanije at matkl Hotations. it gives rise to innny very largo indusfresh uoodseserj day. lilveusacall tries. Tito canned goods industry had seems impossihlo that any man or ma- - in lluJ consular reports, CARRIER AWAITS. MKE 7t Tas'lM'ail l.im Vcs AT "in TIl (1,"ht 6'itrtliug conclusion arrived its rise and enormous development in chine could do so nuieh plaiting for so EASTWARD Dally Daily Kutirr-I nt W consul was that it cost more in Ex bun Daily fs Sun tho cheap tin wrappers which could be little money. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. i.ve siainoru Theso straw bats am inaiiiifnntitroil wages to make a yard of print cloth in put around meats and fruits to preserve 3 a; am n ji 1, ji u'ti 11 ,) To LESSENS PAIN ,,mt ui. o 10 inn i JO P LIFE Qb them, nud which could bo afterwards nbioad in tho first instance. They como Lancashire than iu Massachusetts. All persons wishing a pleasant life nnd well .11 (5 pm ; 00 pin o so pr iiitiiBsirr made at them thrown away as practically valueless. from different countries, and havo been make a ound of raw cotton into print pleased wife let Mdls use Patent it Flourjoursro- rs. c. jiuieiiost. .. DIMINISHES at fall fur Stanford Roller " Ml Sterling I 17 pin 7 jo pm 7 40 Vla Tho sizo of this t'rudo mny bo inferred accordingly divided by the tratle into cloth iu America and England respect- eery, and if they hase not sot it on hand, urge " rrestou . a Oj pin an ' from tlio fact that 000,000,000 tinned four classes. Italy gives us "Leghorns;" ively, cost 8.531 cents and 0.085 cents. them to keen It. or 2el will order from aidem und " .Morehtsad 8 i) pm 1 m I'm pleasant 9 nu.irantee get it at the .Mill and I Olive Hill Spain sends us "Malagas;" South Amei'i-- ' Theo figures aro made up as follows: i 05 pm cans aro used in it every year. 'o 40 pm and interesting family " Ashlsnd .. .. 6 OJ pin IO if I"" BRADnELD REGULATOR CO. mANTAgu Superintendent. America. England. W V I'OI'IS, 0g Tlio petroleum refiners aro also largo ca exports to us "Curacoas," ami from " Cailellsburir. n an pm 10 jo pm SOLO BT ALL DRUGGISTS. 1.706 Total cost of spinning l.w; " Huntington 0 VI pin is 30 am users of tinned plate Last year they China wo get "grass huts." S.730 Total cost of oat lug White Sulphur Arr d With tho exception, perhaps, of tho Total cot of supplies, etc took 102,000,000 boxes of . 'J.HH " ( i.arlnttsville.. 10 50 am -" Washington....... d tinned plate. Out nearly of China variety, these hats ate all what is ' 33 I'm1., 8 3M " llallitnore .... .. 3 $ rn tho total quantity of tin imported into known as "by products." Even tho " Ixx)kcd at iu another way, tho average 0 13 pml... ' New York easily contented peasants 0 sunny Italy this country is used in dairy farming. 9 ao pm ,., daily rate of men, imilo spinners, in tan E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor ' Richmond. Va. 40 pin ... In ail theso industries it is important could hardly aiTord to mako it tho busiOldPnlntCoinfort: ness of their lives to furnish this coun- cashiroisfrom gl.2.1 toSl.03; thoaveraco that the raw wrapping material should Norfolk. weavinto in Massachusetts is 1. CO. bo as cheap as possible. Every ono try with straw hats at a remuneration ing, the piece rate per cut iu For In Kentucky has a better reputation, Lancashire No Hotel lis prririet r ! dctrrinintd that and would grumble if thoy had to pay half of, at most, fifteen cents a dozen. Hut shall be maintained. is 25 cents for 50 yards; in Massachusetts n cent to tho United States government children need not bo very strong or very I rami .leasing Lexington nl 11 ,s a m and 5 it is only 20 cents for tho same length p m dally, cxcetil Sunday ccnncct al Vinchrs .0 on every piece of papor with which they big to wander about their homes during and size, or 25 per cent, moro is paid in ter for Richmond, Ky. and minis on the K. C R He has recently ac'ded to Its appointminls up a parcel. If it was in war the summer timo and collect tho wild wrapped England than in America. P " t Limited Vestibule front New York, I'hiladc time or with an empty treasury, it would straw in small bundles. Then when tho C CJ !f How, pliia, Wnshincumand all points East, arrives at not so much matter. But in timo of long nights nrrive, all the members of print then, is it that wo do not exjiort Lexington tit 4 47 p in daily Alio cloths to England? For two reaFact mail from peace, with overllowing colfers, it would tho family Bit and plait tho straw into uiitinc; ton, W. Va., and all lo. O a ft) stations arris w Livory Stablo nilexcept Sundayes Lexington at urii.p m. dalbraids and then stitch the braids into sons: Ono is that English printUnloths A First-Clas- s soon bo intolerable. ly are finished and doctored to look better S Yet every tomato can pays half a cent suapeiess nais, o demniids of his increased Accommodation from Olive Hill all p 3 duty to tho government through tho Tlieso hats aro quickly bought up bv than they aro; tho other is that tho high To accommoda'e the I!et 'ltirnouls furnished points, Richmond, Ky(inil points and the K,local on transient patronace. C. Ky nrnveiat Lesincton 8.10, a in, dally, ex protective tarilf enables print cloth Commercial Travelers and others. 03 tariff on tinned plato. Every forty quart exporters. They are then (Kicked in cept Sunday for tickets, rates and slcepinit car resersations, etc , milk can has in liko manner paid duty bales, which are subjected to hydraulic manufacturers to reap enormous profits Thou. A. Ireland, President; home. (i W. IIARNKV, I'tckei Acent' e lit, to tho umotint of thirty cents. Thirty pressure iu order to diminish their bulk. af At this lien. O. Olincs S A. llUO.MIIEKO.Tr.iv Pa... time of writing a yard of extra C L. Tomnklns, See yand lien'l Mangr ; is not much in itself, but when it is When thoy become nothing more nor I cents I. MURPIIY.Oen'l Pass Aitt II P Wnndw.ird. Asslkl.llll Src V, print cloth sells at Fall Hiver for J I) VAKftl.NT.-- ON JdV P , Lelt.rton7Kv found that fully $2,G00,000 is paid every less than fiat disks of straw bv this treat 3 Anther M Saunders, 'Irctstirer J cents. John I" Russell, M. D. year in duties on tinned plato which goes ment they uro shipped to the United small profit Tho total cost, Including a tho manufacturer, N only to t States. to make dairy utensils, tho effect ought 3 o cents. So that thero is of ' Thero is nothing liko these straw hats ' to "lie startling. a cent, Farmers aro slow to realize their sharo mado iu this country; no grass or straw profit on or more than half a cent, of American Accident Indemnity Association , i Oq each yard of print cloth sold at -- . m of this tax. Hut let each dairy farmer so suitable, no labor so little worth. Yet t figures. t tjDlJmiisviur NtwAtaagu Chicaco Rt' i&? Of NEW YOHK. P who reads these lines go around his farm tho keen eye of Undo Sam makes them I theso this way it is no wonder that nearg j w and count up uli tho half cents ho lias out as n social object from which tho In ly nil tho Fall Hiver print cloth mills given unnecessarily to the government, inhabitants of his territory should bo havo divided NEAV Ptcfrrred nnd Extra Preferred Risks only lire profits Month Irulem-nllthen all the cents on larger articles, sternly protected by an ad valorem duty per cent, during the averaging over 10 Insured at a cost ot One Dollar peraccidc.it insurco $ C 1'rrlerrcd Risks in I.c.iviiig belli Grsdcd last year; and, at finishing up with thirty cents on his of 30 per cent. In this way tho bloated ance Include Hankers, Merchants, Sileainen, tho same Commercial Travelers, Manufactuforty quart milk cans. When ho has surplus was increased in tho year 188? that theirtime, it should ho remembered LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI workmen struck unsuccess rers (not wording und kindred occupations and 3 done this let him add them up and figure by $189,314. w 5 n tuny lor a nso in wages last spring. professional men generally. Daily, Secures to Travelers, Otico in tills country, after the graspout what ho could do with tho money if When tho workmen began tostarvothoy W it was in his pocket whero it ought to be. ing surplus has iiad its pound of llcsli, p. back to tho old monopoly shop MAXIMUM IIENI.KTIS. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE tho hats get on well enough. Thero aro went again, Loss of l.lfii In the first eight months of 183S, thirty-fiv- o eovenil largo factories in Massachusetts J. JX r. S After theso figures nud facts, who shall Loss of llundsor feet " S. woolen mills failed, with liabilities of which shape them nnd bleach or dyo say that protection and big profits mean l.oisof lloth Eyes he fastest time and beLoss oflland or loot 'soo tween all points l ,he most comfortab e (rain, and Iu tho first eight months of them, sometimes even ornament them l belter wages for workmen? South, or tp the $3,000,000. a.3'o Nortl.we.t. the counterpart or this Total Disability Permanent with ribbons. Then they aro sold to tho train on all 8o forty-el- x woolen mills tho present year Loss or One Eye trunk lines Is denomlnateJ The Limited Express : 5 I he superb rolling stock we of '1 numb or Index flliRrr employ gives patrons Sinco 1880 tho mortgages on tho farm Loss of Either Other r'liiBer failed.with liabilities of S7.000.000. Thero Jobber, after profit has been calculated ? 100 ... Uss Unlimited Csmlort wero two causes for theso failures. Ono on net cost, plus ito per cent. duty. . Tho lauds of tho stato of Illinois have in- - Loss of Time not cxceetliiiR loci eeks, per H0Al all Coupon Ticket Week 'J you will find was bad management; the other that, in jobber calculates his profit on tlio sauio ; cnascd from 103,525,237 to 123,733,008 tnble. and "eke?..' 'Ly 11011, get .Motion and stick to Monon, il you & stead of depending on themselves, tho oasis. 1110 no per cent, grows, iiko n This is an inorwtso of 23 per cent., which to is-- . money and have a pleasant Journey. svant Apply to or address manufacturers depended on protection. rolling snowball, until it finally causes j3 )0ro than doublo tho Incrcaso in tho A O.MtCORMlCK, i5'""1' I'a'senger Ajjeni, Chicago Protection helped them to overproduce, tho consumer to pay about doublo what farming lanili themselves. The Illinois 41 tiROADWAY, Ctty 1 ttket Agents and Offic-G. but ruined them when they tried to un- ho might if tlio senseless tariff on these .' fnnners seem to bo getting fat under $. Avc hii;h tariff, cheap straw hats was abolished. L. 'a lOI.Hr.NtK, Irvine st.', Imiisvllle, Ky dersell in outside markets. aS Fifth Stroct, LOUISVILLE, KY. Cincinnati, J ro-ne- $C PKK YEAK,iy ADVANCh Tho Democratic party of tho stato of Now York, in convention assembled, tho pledge of its fidelity to Democratic faith and reaffirms tlio doctrines of tho national platform of 1888, adopted at St. Louis. Wo havo not advocated and do not advocato freo trade, but wo steadfastly ndvocato tho principles of tariff reform, believing that adhcrenco to tho right alono carries in itself tho certainty of triumph. Wo heartily indorse tho honest and fearlees administration of tlio national government by Orover Cleveland. Ia Candidate subject to the Clerkof the Court of Appeals, action of the Democratic party. Kleciion Auguit, i8i, T. STTTTOIT CO., LEAVENING POWER for. htstjeiaitce Established THE RILEY Attention, Coal Hunters. er r I I NEWCOMB HOTEL. s o WOOD WALLAGE Itiir galt house, I'rov-orbita- Men's Outfitter Louisville, Kentucky. .. Z "'1 .11 ... .... "" '?""Z d ' vvr m POSTED. S. itli "IJ-Iwr- s PENNY, .1. Dentist. ws .ll. .!. ir jij .tOl -r-- 1 1 J n- ' WALLACE E. ' Undrnf?; 1 Ky. Route! g CARRIER fftfc OTHERS Washington, Philadelphia, child s'.oTKMSV rracnu -- Bfffia DAiR' ' to s 1 ... WJgngW'VRtLo I 1 one-thir- i THE MYERS HOUSE ! la. Pool and Milliard Parlors 1 1 f 9 (M-0- 1 -- v A FAST MAIL llook-keepe- g nop' ,ro N SON, KY. F. BRODlEjGcn'l Ajjt. ! ;s 1 rt tUe .n- - (1 , -- D "V