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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890011001 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 1890 $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. l Semi-Weekl- y V Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1890. NO. 95. VOL. XVII. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Call on Hon. W. H. Miller. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. lli(iiu.ANi), Jnii. Thu uiuleiHiKnt'cl The unnital mud dog scare is upon An Atchison, ICas., lad of lo shot votern of Lincoln county, irrewpuctive of us. himself when a maiden of l:t refused to A bill to ninko the counties Btippoit ....II.I....1 ........ .I I ,u ., ,m.i,, uu ..urt-uj- r l... -.- .jlalni.t" is thf popular puiio here, marry him. thuir UllotH Is ln'foro the House. it. the event the next (.eneral Aiwembly Mr. Klias Vanhaiis. of Paint Lick, lotljrii'H Is before uIim ,,. iH . A bill to ptohiliit Bhall orth-- r u constitutional convention, amjiton's little son was married Tuesday to Miss Ann 15.' Mr mwtl HotiHound Dan O'Stillivau, of the tho .u, it uuii'Kiiiu ior iu iiiiumn .. ,,,,,,.,1 i... mv-- Pollard, at Kowlnnd. ...nrt ..tln,.l,(l ,!... . IiOtilsvillo Critic, is happy. Lincoln cotiutv. Having sold my stock-- of groceries, to be invoiced Dec. 26th, I offer H. C. Hays and Miss Mary Ronton lastTucHilay, but fortunately very slight Senator Joe Itlackliuni wan fornmlly S ' ly injured. were married at James Wilson's, noar for sale privately my '": ele.Med WedneHday to micceed himself . , . . , ......... ... .en ii..j v. II. iMkur, fc. S. M ttllinH, A. .1. MulliiiH, Highland, yesterday. ,.v-t-m io.-.- . . ' mr mo mx yearn l"v ,. ., ' s ' y( M s s j, tj A. A. Yocum and Miss Annie Trusal Insurance Co. was here this week and democratic votu and received the entire yes"factorily settled the loss of Hon. K. ty were inairicd at the Coitrt-Hous- u Mr. Steward that of the IS republic, ' .. i .' terday by Judj:e Vnrnon. . II. roiulillM)!). i.inniliora 11 ii .... i . ng, II. II. fV"'II Miss Elizabeth Drexel, who has two W. A. Iliatt and her sister, Mrs. I0 Mr. Thulium, of Itourhon. ull'ered a II. Acton, I). II. Adams, M. C. Ilaugh, bill providing for a eoiistitiitiiimd con- C. U.Carriar, A. J, Henry, V. I). Hutch-Inon- , Mks Nellie Oallogher entertained thu and a half millions in her own right, was young people Tiiewluy ovening in honor married uesday to W. S. .Smith in a lit-- , vention, delegates to ho uleotod next AuW. It. Cook, (J. V. Ilaugh, John' of their visitor, Miss Stanwooil, of D.in tie country church near Philadelphia. according to legislative districts It. Carrier, James gust, Il.tstin, M. Floyd, Mr. Louis Kingsland Ferguson, of Oil Alain street. On it arc a splendid stable and corn crib, which are October next is thu time and Frankfort James Floyd, John C. Cogle, A. H. Hub-ti- ville. Jo P. Sandifer is at home and J no. Louisville, wan married to Miss F.velvn nearlv new, as is also the fencing the place of meeting. Ilagnted are to The creek runs through the lot. Jamus Iturton, . II. Kitch, W.J. Thompson is at Middleslniro. Mrs. Pearl, of Harrodsburg, at the residence rvttslvo to per day for their services Kirkputrlck, C. W.Terry, J. II. Carter, (irav, of VersHilles, whose huslmnd is of Doctor and .Mrs. A. I). Piice. IIanols- TIhv Senate has confirmed Gov. james uMinoo, .uu Mint i. .ins t-- r uc cdnesdny. county, is visiting burjr, . ..... ,, . i Shenll , ., of cominisiion-ir- s ., . . , ItitcknerV Hppniiitinent i.ni.fii, .ntiiii ,ii .n iiiiiiin,.i 111. w:th her sweet little daughter, Kate, The engagement is reported of Mifs Mute, at nui'i, of the Institute for I . M..111... in. ..,!.... i..:i... Mr8WowlH-k,H- t . Miller's Hotel. Mien Itayard, youngest daughtur of - M"r' , , . V, . Danville, as follows. J. W. Powell, of ,V ,., Currey ,,a withdrawn l,L! Secretary Bayard, to Count Lewenhaupt, Mercer. Thomas Mcltoberts, Oeorge F. Willimn Couan, (iren Jones, John F. Lee and J. V. IWtor, of Itoylo, for six It nigh, It. W. McUulley, David Iturton, advertisement ollering his stock of gro-- 1 fnmierly an attache of the Sweedish le- yearn from January 10, IS00, and It. 0. It'iiheii Melton, A. A. Itasttn, James ceries at cont. Mi. W. A. Arnold and gation nl Washington. A London paper says the marriage About Mr. Currey had M3eed some proiKwitions miles from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard pike, Small itliodettnud S. A. Newell to fill unexpii-- ! (hvulcy, It 11. .Miilliii. jnw Owsley, It. Mr. between Prince M unit and Misrt Owen-doli- n between them, but none accepted. till .lanunry 11, 1M)1. tiTiim house and good water on it. Nearly all in grass. It. Young, II. P. Young, Andy Ieaeh, Caldwell has been again arrang Mr Cooper, of Marion, lias present- Unwind Sweeiiev. J. Verimr. W. tJ.Hou- - Currer nib probably continue in the ed, the Prince having decided to accej t tax collected ten, Dr. A. Jnckson, .laiiiew II. Cash, Jas bus! 1104. ed a bill to repeal thej-wn- t Wo failed to chronicle the iuforma. any allowance the bride may grant him. for the Agricultural and Mechanical Co- Light, (iroeii Youns, II. F. Hortou, J.I The snee.ing epidemic has its funny jHwetsion last week, of the llie and we trust he will ba able to pans M. Johnson, F. It. HowHnl, James M. ' tion in our of our townsman, W.tJ. Dun-la- p side. A couple in New York sutlering resignation is all Cook. (1. W. Young. A.J. Young, Wil- A coinmnuM'hool education it as General Deputy Collector and the with La Grippe were married by a parthat the HKipUt of the Mate, who pay liam Mcllitrguu, C. H. McUullby, John y give its Spires. Mike itetherford, John Surlier, appointment of S. Creed Card well, Cur-le- son also alllicted. During the ceremony to it taxra should be keeper to sue-cue- d all three got to sneezing and the tragedy k Co.'s expert book pcopleaud every cent diverted from that! Z.uliuriiili Piiiluct, A. (i. FAulkaer, It. N. was turned almost into a comedy. him. object by aid to colleges N so much tak- Itutt, ti. W. Walk, II. W. Itice. II. M. Mr. Joe S. Hice, who was train dis-- l Mr. Todd Scott, of the lilobe Tobacen from the usurer elns. Jiich, Armp Potry, Pallas 11 iggins, Jesse co Warehouse, was berejhiH week. Col. patchcr here for a long time and made! Mr. Well, of I'atlucah, has oHored a McUulley, J. O.Terry, Hezekmh Young, 1). It. Collier came up from Louisulle many friends during his stay, will be Those needing such things would do well to call on resolution to reduce the State taxes .achariith Padgett, Jr., U. W. Harris, J. To do this A. Padgett, II. 0. Leach, K. II. Austin, Wednesday and returned Thursday, tak- married January LMst, to Miss Annee, to :W cent from 7. wife, whom the people daughter of Dr. W. K. Gamett, of Cave be would reduce the p.irt that goes to A. (ilass. Matthew Leach. W. I). Dye, ing with him bis here can recommend to the good people City. The I. J. sends happy greetings general expenditures from Lfl to lftcenU; Williach Leach, Kd'iioud Murphy, C. C. Stanford, Ky. acand goo'd wishes. May they live long to tO, sinking Snow, W. S. Cash, WillUm Hoiiten, W. of Louisville as an elegant, highly common schools from and prosper. cent tax 11. Padgett, Anderson Leach, John II. complished and agreeable lady. fund . to H and abolifththc At Crab Orchard, Wednesday, Miss lion. W. J. Ijiiidnun, who went to My customers will please make arrangements to settle up promptfor the benefit of the A.andM. Col- Terry, Jnrrett Itorry, Julius (iross, Fred Washington to look after his claims to Lura, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. ly, as I will leave Stanford within about 10 days. lege at Lexington. The auditor's report Soloiner, Alex Fnizior, J. II. Ityitn, J. II. on Doort'H, and Mr. Charles A. Speigle, of shows that there will be a large surplus Itlckels, J. M. Petrey, Doc Denny, Jas the pension agency, returned home Tuesday evening. F.veryone here regrets Vinecnnes, Tnd., vere united in marriage Juno .!0th next and the object is to pre per Denny, X. Victor Hocker, J. exceedingly that the general failed to re- by Hev. John Bell Gibson, in the prespotrv vent the piling up of a higsurplus, wmcii ceive the appointment which he certain- ence of tho family and a few of tho imis inimicablo to good government McKINNEY. But Benny seems to be mediate friends. After the ceremony an ly deserved. In a Bar Room. his utmost to disappoint as many excellent lunch was partaken of and trying Ten Nights Ulcerated Throat KKET' SPECIHC cures, all blood diseases, such as A. C. Dunn has bought of Jas. notables as possible. then Mr. and Mrs. Speigle took the train White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases in all its stages, Nei Scrofula, leers, Pimples,bottle. Thu famous temperance drama "Ten Price $1 per rusts, .Vl (iooch a I year-ol- d combined gelding; In- - Mm for Yillcotini'S III rihKS is tne most pleasant 10 taka ot an tne iron tonics, it cures uyspepsta HAVIS 1IIU.N Nights in a liar Uooin," that was played . . , it elves a keen appetite, eimchc the blood, regulate the lier and impart new energy to the muscles c . . , iiu uuiiiu , CRAB ORCHARD. price $'V). stem, rnce ji peruome iiiuiiK iu niiuess uiu and nervous Mi'viii-at the Christian chinch at Brodhead on A good many of our furiners are . li.nm tli.it tl.o rnm., iu n ' , GATMKF'S WORM SYRUP is made of the best worm killer, and expellers known to the med nini rin.T. . . -- Hev. A. II. Knowies is holding a .......... . m. nn.l tllklVIUIV k .(v iki uum t IV!i LIIUICDIUII MltU IhnfaMr rnAln mnrlu tTttnl t it is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price C the itOth and Slst, was well rendered and complaining of their meat spoiling 011 young gentleman of irreproachable char- - per bottle. would have reflected credit on tdo dram protracted meeting here. Plt.t.t; tnr nil l.iv.t tmrvitril lll..ll.n Clb tf..UV.,. IMTIU'PC Mir.VI-'Ti- r of the warm weather. iicter lllld We kllOW that the bride is as Jtc. Acts as cathartic Pnceas cents per box. atii- - arena. was wll attended account The play Mr. Nath Wren, aged 45, died at his and lor sale to die trade by the There has been considerable excitelovable as she is tirettv and lMith nights by an appreciative audience home near town Wednesday. ment in our town for the last few days CO., and jecetved the applaue of nil present. Little Harold Hutchings is very low ed. The union must therefore prove a over the selection of a teacher for our Ju-l- i character gave evidence of being with fever. Miss Ida Pettus is out again happy one and the I. J. joins many spring school there being two applicants friends in wishing them bon voyage on well drilled. "Sample Switchol" with after several weeks' illness. MISS vi. Mi.s l.ydia I.ewis, of this place, and of the lloldam Mill the journey of life. James .Moore, wit and humor and ludicrous actions Prof. Niles, of Waynesbtirg. Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Publn. CHURCH AFFAIRS. neighborhood, has moved into the Whituld not fail to amuse all present; 'SiSihools of Lincoln county Election August, 1890. A couple of elegant rooms on Lancaster Street, To the regret of his many friends, ley property, near the depot. mon Slade" with his genuine originality, suitable lor otlicos millinery or Church Strawberry festivals with Mr. J. II. Vnnhook, who him been a resi7i-- tf Miss Mary Curtis gave a pleasant was highly interesting; "Joe .Morgan" W.G WELCH. 31. dent of thie place for some time past, social party at her country home Friday the berries gathered from open fields are the typical drunkard, displayed considthe order of the day around Chattanooga. Is a Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, has gone to Brodhead to take a position ! night, in honor of her guest, Miss Sallie erable reality when delirious ami parenHev. W. II. Munnell, of the Central subject to th action of the Democratic party. as book-keepin the mill at that place. Kite. ion Aucust, i8 tal alleetiou at the death of liltlu Mary. Flora. Gospel, Louisville, reports: Our work To Ren He leavt'H with the best wishes of the It. Lee Davis will begin a selcc1 for 1S8!), during which time we have 'Frank Slade" played the dude to per- entire community, ami while we hate to A Small Boiler, Mon- - held 47.) services, including .VJ sessions school at the Holmes school-hous- e fection; "Harvey (.irecn" acted well the give him up, we do so with the hope that For two . r three months Address, stating price gambler's jwrt; "Mr. Homainc" by bis .lay, January 1... s peciai atieiuion win of tll0 --M,dayschool, resulted in the and condition of machinery, his new home will prove both pleasant A meeting of the stockholders of the National elegant language held the audience in be given to arithmetic, writing and gram- - conversion of io;i souls. qa-W I. McCAItTY, Kingssille, Ky. Hank of Iiustonwlle vill be held at their banking and profitable in the highest degree. on the second Tue-da- y in Iiustonwlle perfect tjuietnes, "Willie Hammond'' A young girl in (.irayson county, Va. lioui.e in 1890, for the purpose ol electing nine diJ. II. Monin and sister, MissMaddie, mar. January, C. C. Carson, of Cincinnati, was here after mourning and bewailing her sins rectors to ere the ensuing year play li I well his part. "Mrs. Slade" deserv- who have been visiting the family of J. j. W 1IOCKER, Cashier g4 es credit for the excited manner which P. Crow, this week visiting his uncle, A. Carson. for several days at the mourner's bench have returned to their home in Attornoy at Law, Mr. James Jones and sister, Miss Hattle, of a country church, gave it up as a bad ahe display wl at the fatal blow executed Hardin. Mi&s Mary Hamilton, of LexStanford, Kentucky. guests of Mrs. W. H. Dillion job, and rushing out of the building, were on Mary Morgan. "Mrs. Morgan" ington, who has btiou visiting thu family 11.:.. the 1. .. ,,.. r . At: . an attitude of anxiety and wore of vstiiium .uim f. ...,i.:,. wiiwii, " jumped HUO .1 huh well and was Will prictire in all the courts of this and adjoin-n- g im,; her brother, Win. A. Hamilton, reA meeting ef the stockholders of the First Nacounties and in the courts of ajipeal Somerset, was called here NUunlay by ,irott ae(it an cxpresion of care which was indistional llank will be held at their bunking house in lOfiii e over Sic Roberts & Stagg s dni) store. turned home last Saturday. C. L. Crow telegram good playing 011 lwr part; attend the bedside of herj -- Tho Chestnut street Christian church Sunlurd on the second Tuesday in January, 189, to pensable to was with us a few days last week. Mrs. for the purpose of electing o!en directors to scro brother, Thomas Car&on. Miss I.ottiu nt i.oxhinton, was iledieated Sundav, "Mary Morgan" awumetl a iiHtural air the enming year.Wr tigxp "k. Adams, of Lexington, with her brother, 84 JOIINJJ. McUOllhR IS, Cakhier hat returned home, after a two tior J w. McUarvey preaching the bd hchih" which deply - Harry Slade, have been visiting here the in s' visit at Man ford. h the audience, "Mehituhle Curt- ln0Ui lt ,.osl 55006 and will seat nearlv pnbt week. Clay Powell has moved to Wnglit 'did justicu to her part and At the residence of the bride's fath- - 500 people. It was built to accoinmo"-or- , I Ilustonville. J. Wess Bailey has routed well the riwtlc girl in thu lumiDr. W. M. Doores, .Miss Anna Lum t,0 overllow of the Ilroadway Si 3 Fourth Avenue, thu farm of A. C. Dunn. A. C. Dunn Dooius and Mr. Charles Spiogle, of Yin- - church, which now has 77!) members. nal d her billet doux. ,u, lllrftin has purchased the property of K. T. A meeting of the stockholders or . . - cenns, Intl., were married Wetlnesday High Kail., IS Stewing With National Hank will he held at their bunking house Young and will move to town at once. Tuesdaj in Junuarj, 0 The New York Sun says that morning. Kov. John Jell Gibson pro- nllglOUS excitement tO Midi II degree in Stanford 00 the second purpose of electing eleven directorate C. A. BENEDICT & CO., u( British gold has been invested Wild rumors, tho product of our nounced the ceremony in his most fob- - that HOtne of its citixeilS have become servethe ensuing year oWSl.KV, Caluer .. -- ...1 ..:. .1..1.. mm .1... I......... ,..a,..,I. l..r, uu past year. .. ' in this country in the 'I...n ui imrui, 1l.'un.l. uuu .uiu nnijrifj ,t--i niu strange weather, are Hying around that nun. SI viu DItllC auu t ...... i.iurv. .....I Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, The undertakers of Jersey City and tho woild is speedily coming to an end, the noon train for a trip through the it, Holand.brotheraud sister, were found S. O. DAVIS. Stanford, ky. lioboken can scarcely keep up with their hut it is probable that the report is ex- .North. Miss hunt has always been not- winlo trying to cremate theiuseles. lt is AH the AND SURGEON, Wells drilled to order and I'umps furnished at orders, occasioned by la grippe. ed for her sweetness and amiability and lint nftiMi lhnt ridb-in- n atrlkos snpli oliin- - "xll biOlAiN aggerated. factory prmes 30 hearses in the two towns aro busy from wo congratulate Mr. Spieglo iu winning es, but when it docs hit them it does eo La Grippe continues to jjot its prip M.T. VJCRN"0r,lvV. dark. daylight until on Americans and hundreds of deaths such a priae. May they never know nam. MW.iJ.".-"-..- -MtlWWM Drug Store. Otlice next door to Whitehead's The gross earnings of the L. A: N. for are reported. We I'resbyteiiansare in the swim Special attention given to diseases ol children It is a very serious mat- aught but happiness. the last six months were $J),IH)l,0:i:i, an ter and has long since ceased to be the to be sure. Harrison is a Presbyterian, f. Due Men's Arnica Salve increase of $l,:tt7,l7Hover the same peii" occasion of a laugh as it was at first. so is Wananiaker and so are many of, I he bust silt e the world for cots, bruweai, od in lss8. A ;l per cent, dividend, paySenator Beck has oll'eicd a bill.to tores, ulcers, salt in HARRY A. EVANs, their appointees, including Mrs. Pokio rhcitn. fever sores, tetter, chapable in htock, was deelaied, suspend the operations of the sinking ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin rwp Courts, of Stanford, and Miss Kiln Wat-- 1 CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL The mortality in New York last week fund, bucaiiso it has already reached it lions and poiuel) cures piles, or no pay reiimr son, of Lancaster. Says a Washington STANFORD, K.V was 1,202, nearly double the average, the Biilhciont amount and is taking money ed. It is giMr&nteed to give perfect satisfactioc. paper. "Along comes a nice little l'rcs-- 1 increase being due to bronchial and pul- from the people to newlluM hoard up at or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box. byteriim widow, and Hrother Wanama Engineering; and Surveying: in For sAkky A R. Peimv,;SUHlora. Ky. monary troubles, said to have been in- Washington. ker takes her to his bosom, metaphoricalnll'.branches. cited by the intlucii.tu Epooh The democrats of the Montana Legly ami religiously speaking, and the parfrom lonj,', linguiiag atid painful attacking old ngu has cost islature Tuesday, elected their nominees, The transition Iiitlui'iizu ty hack, Mr. Alford, is left in a fence 1825. un epoch the life of the Dowager F.mpress of Cor-man- Clark and McGinnis, to tho United Statea sickiiww 10 robust health in iri.s renuirkable iu tt corner. Such it life of the individual tivoilt the widow of the late Kmpuror Senate. The democratic Governor has hi treuurudm the uwmory and the agency where"What A Fortune William I. She was 7S yeais old. Her signed their cirtitlcatcs, but the republi- by the good hualth hasben attained is gratefully Is a good healthy, pearly skin, tew ore aware On Dwellings, Housoliold Furniture, Stores, Mer blessed. Hence It Is that so much Is liourd in grandson is now Kmperor. , . Ml f cA an j Qmcvcst can Secretary of State will withhold tho chandise, Ac . apply to tlie lcl of thesh.ttt tunc it takes for a disoidcied liver to praise of Electric lNltors. So many feel that they Gov. Hill, in his annual message to State seal. on the face, and a dark groasy skin. owe their rustoratMsi tn health to the use of the rausv blotches One bottle of HKGliV III.OOD I'UUIVIER and Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Junction City to New Orleans. the legislature, advocates thu registraGeorge It. Topp, Foraker's appoint-e- o Great Alterative And limit. Ifjouar trciie-lt1II.OOD MAKER will restore this organ to its of voters, a secret ballot, and a polltion ,,,, ar, day ...aches nnd Lightning clause attached and damages paid fcntire trun.,'lj to the Board of Public Works at Cin with any disease of Kidnes, I.ivur or Stomach, natural and licaltliv state, and cleanse blood rind reor nrc cn.uc. ui nwi sIim irs rui. tli. i ik'i wiihuut ll.tnc ing place where ballots can bo prepared cinnati, whose letter to it contractor tell- of Urag useshort standing you will surely cu. and of all impurities It is meeting; with the wonderful wneiner C.F.O. II IIRUCE, Aent. lief by afKlectric Hitters Sold at 50 7 success. W e guarantee ever bottle. A K I'un- 1 lie Slu)iu-.tanfree fiom public obsuivation. (Juickot ing him to make out his bill so they i per bottle at A. II Penny's Drug Sure. n. Uruifgist. m m m ' ! could divide, which cut such a figure in Tho Pulpit nnd tho Stage. City to Jacksonville, Fla. Junction JnrnoB T. Oott', Oarmi, 111., Saya: Rev F. M- Shrout. 1'ustor United States Itrctli-re- DRONKENNESS-TH- E LIQUOR HAD campaign in Ohio, died in Long-vie1I0II1M doctor's lull tor hU tho last llvpaul thirty-onTheonh line running through trains and sleeleal it Blue Mound, Knn. , sa IT-- In Church, "I -- all the World thoro 1b but ono Insane Asylum Monday. It was per. wife ill one year unit one liolllc of llradfield' my duty Iu tell what wu iders Dr. King's New Discure, Dr. Ualuos' Golden Specific. Shortest hue to Chattanooga, Tenn., I'ort I'ayne ,,atl wKhttlse"rxB.t u"It th. KureKa Quilting Uc.'ulator Util tisr mow good than all claimed' that his mind was wrong when covery has done for tae. My lungs were budly Ala , Meridian Miu. VicItSourg, Mmvs.. Shrrve-Hi- r Lincoln. (Jairtird II. DAv, t'-liad tnken bloro. It can bo given in a cup of tea or cofTee without Attachment in equally well on ull and Uoyl.sewing tho medictile t, I.a. Knuwille, Tens . Atlanta Oa., Augus-- u, makes of he wrote tho letter. diseased, and my parishioners thought 1 could It works the knowledge of the persen taking It, effecting a tie. Write llradScld Kojculator tia. Annikton Ala,, UlriHinahaui, Ala., and tlruKKiM, Carmi. III. times the woik in a ilay of IBac,ille; w,u j0 A dispatch from Nashville says that live only a few weeks I tool, five bottles of Dr. .j1 Drug-Ui- .l of Mobile, Ala. Sold by speedy nnd permanent cure, vwhether the patient any other manner of quilting, in fact it is one Co , Atlanta, CJa , for (articular. Direct connections at New Orleans andtShreve-por- t Dr. Morrow states that it is absolutely King's Mew Discovery and am sound and ueil, ts.i moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. gieatejt labor savers ever offered to the female K Penny, Stanford fur Texas Mexico and California 77 ex lie will call to see.you in a few days) gaming 6 pounds tn weight." cf diunkards have been cured who I'ullman Iloudoir Sleeper on all tareiigh trains. true that Nashville is to have a now Arlhu' l.ove, Maaagvr Love's Funny Folk' fiver one million ncres of land in AlaWnma (loldcn Specific in tlieir coffee Bocrg's Ohorry Oough Syrup trunk liuu, on which work will begin in Combination, writes: "After a thorough trial have taken the J to preemption. AiUmertj. For rata, maps, vieI'nuurpasved cliuiatc. l believe they without their knowledge, nnd , addrms am onfiJent lTEvns llendid iutu.iJliuiUo the tiode and IK) days. It will come from Binning-ham- , and conviiieni); evidence. I Cutisuuiiitlon that Dr. quit drinking of their own ,fiee will. No harmfu- - . ' W II COX.rii I n. nn Citv, Kv. . . . beats 'em Kind's New DiSLOwr) for ttiewlc Ate positively maryeloul, whith can bu F sAgt-- 1 FRANK W VO(H rV, lr through Decatur, Fayuttevillo and all, and .ures u hi n everylliiiijr slse tuiU The eirectrtssult, from its ndmmistratnn Curesgnar- mcoantod for In no other way; except Itlut It I tliiu-jnI call rc nest . 1, pnwAK-ns- r through Nashville, and Inends tskindness them to dtr my ' manv trial i bot- actccd send for circular and full parti vlars Ad , ar j ,Hj thev Uftentt-'ide- d to prnmjitlv'. j c t.Ai . on ihe market. Ak ftr a fine country, Free it to urge without doubt the belt J H ',lf!',''s!J'a-- ' V VVt, Agt.. Bill. i. conneot in Kentucky with tho Chcsa- - tles at A R l'eunv i Drug stre Reuiar sizes dressm confi.'em'e G idiV biscl K C ., Uv i In n and be iuic you Rtt the gcuumo Wc Weep.a Star lord Ky 6j Race street. Cincinnati, O co. cc Ohio system. 5 it anJJi pialys I R Penny, Urnsgi" ....... a,,i NOTICE t L1' ' ZMctU. ;,,..'.. '' .'. ,- "J"k -- -' ... ,.. i Lot Containing 1 Acres 51' Acres of Land, lxi 1 n, -, ,,,,,,, Df ...n....h.,Miniiiiwii,iiwiill ex-Mr- j j A Columbus Buggy, nearly new; several Rocking Chairs; Wash Stand Set, &c. T. K. WAX.TOIT, ' i ti j- The Great Remedies t ! 7 ..(.. w. ' WILLIAMSBURG DRUG Williamsburg, Ky. FOR RENT. s. 1 KATE BOGLE F. Brinkley WANTED Stoclvliolders' Ieetinjj. Engine and WALLACE E. VARNON, ----- Stoclclioldcrs' Meeiinjj. ' j f- ser-weck- WOOD rep-ri-stnt- Stoclcliolclcrs' lectin;. 1 WALLAH Men's Outfitter Louisville, Kentucky. JUKI,-000,00- iiji; j j 77-t- , y, Established FOR I3SrSXmAlTC23 i . Quilling Aiiacliment w - e I'c-int- SI3S e ul-j- ec y Attention, t-Oa- ,l,SU .. - it, in aid A m ri j! r ,4 - ;. -- !; . - --r -- Jx: - ,,., . SrOrA-'Va.- ?. t t r.rjgn -- jST- . 18 Tit news of (jio death pf & D. Card? E. Y. McKechaw gets tho Corbin I Semi-Week- ly . Interior Journal wejl, of Harrodfbiirg, wai rewjvcd here, j jipstphlce, t t (or sevcraj where he was Jn busing The report that Col Wolford is hc- years, with great regret, it was causen rlously 111 is untruo. 8tanford, Ky., Januaky 10 1890 by typhoid pneumonia, with which ho rroctor Knott made a grand speech suffered but a few (lays. Ho was for- at Chicago on Jackson's Day. merly editor of tho Enterprise, which ho An L. & N. engine was wrecked and sold a few years ago. His death removes Clarence Medford was killed, near Cin one of the nnst enterprising citizens of cinnati. Harrodsburg and his loss will bo deeply By direction of tho legislature, a DEMOCRATIC TICKET. folk The respect in which ho was held nalionnl Baluto was fired at Frankfort For County Jud, THOMAS W VARNON was shown by all tho business houses Wednesday in honor of the memory of of " County Attorney, JOSEPH B. PAXTOJ closing tho day of his burial. Mr. Card-we- Gen. Jackson. " County Clerk, GEORGE H COOPKK; 30 years of ago and leaves a was Frank Knapp, an Ohio democratic " Sheriff, J N MENEFEE; wife and two children to grieve over his legislator, died at Columbus of li grippe, " Jailer, SAMUFJ. M OWENS; untimely death. " Asieuor, E. D. KENNEDY; which reduces the democratic majority W. K McCLAHV " Sup'tof Common to 7 on joint ballot. " Survejor, HARRY A EVANS; Bixafsk their party will never be able Mr. Faulkner introduced a bill in Coroner. ARCH CAKSON to enjoy the usufruct the 18 republicans the Senate appropriating $15,000,000 for in the Kentucky legislature aro trying to World's Fair to bo held in Mr. Clark, may his tribe increase suf- have thaollico of public printer abolish- carrying on a pre ed. At least they are ottering resolutions Washington in '02. ficiently to secure ita passage, lias Gov. Campbell will bo inaugurated sented a bill to establish the whipping, to that effect, solely for buncombe, how at Columbus, O,. next Monday, ami Cal post as the penalty for certain crimes. It ever. They would not abolish the oince T. S. Senator be once, maynot be generally known, huta whip if they had the power and tho IS little vin S. Brico will bo elected days. loss, we from the same State in a few ping-polaw was in effect in Hickuuin fellows, who are lost in tho body, aro if on. The Governor of Virginia has issued county, this State. Commenting on it, able to do nothing but oiler bills that of Ken. Correspondent A. Y. Ford, of the Times, they think will worry tho democratic a requisition on the Governor tucky for John French, who is charged says:' This bill made the penalty for majority. Only this and nothing more. with committing a murder in that Statu. petit larceny in Hickman county 49 lash-e- l But they don't even succeed in that. Dr. Stanton, the physician attending on the bare back. The llrst victim Jackson, whose usurpation of Judge Kellev, says that bin patient may Jrix.n was tho last one. A negro was convict-e- J ? few days, or might die in a fow 12.50, pf petit thieving, and was tied to the authority not vested in his office was live a hours. There is no hopo of the judge's) c)od whipped. The examplo was condemned in Gov. Buckner's message, post and QOOU UflUlCilMa Unp.ro.nn.tR ,1 ,.11 powerful. Stealing stopped and for a has made a vigorous defense of himself recovery. h iimi'th .97 Judge Finley has offered a bill to re year and a half thero has not been a con in terms that cannot be misunderstood. wool 0. &M duce tho tax on whisky to0 cents a gal viction for petit larceny in Hickman The letter, which was addressed to the period to one year, lon and the bonded corresof county. "If they would make that a legislature, created a profound sensation low. bos no idea in when it was read to that body. The merely for buncombe. He general law," said Warden Taylor, will pass. discussing it, "extend the limit of petit judge explains that when ho liberated it Ollie Travis, who was stabbed in t the assailant of Stephen Holcombe, after to larcenyto525nnd include you. sentence, Benchart's saloon, Lexington, Christmas, n year of his there would never be any more trouble serving be died Tuesday, he did so under a misapprehension and by some person unknown, about an overcrowded penitentiary." because he did not understand the name and Benchart and two others have been lodged in jail. Theue are 7(1 counties in tho State of the fellow. A Newark, X. J., jury originated a which draw more money from tho treasWednesday was the 7oth anniversary new thing in verdicts. The case was ury than they pay in in other words, of the Battle of New Orleans and "Jack- one of and "not guilty, but the.y are what are known asuaupercoun-ties- . son's Day" was celebrated in becoming we don't want him to do it again," was Knox county alone drew 517.4S3.-7- 3 style bv democratic clubs all over the the jury's finding. 0 more than she paid in, Pulaski were kin-- 1 Jackson vile, Flu., is outraged over and Clay 515,110.00, with many oth- land. Tho lires of democracy died afresh and the determination to the discovery that John U. Mizell, the Bella That in Mr. Griggs who just ers nearly as bad. And yet there are republican rule United States Marshal, has systematical- - passed. schemes on foot to make an additional free the country from was reaflirm- - ly packed the jurv trying democrats for Jennie I know. number of counties, which will not and and onerous tariff taxatiou B. He is extremely homely, isn't he? ed with more than usual vigor. The election frauds. The proof is conclusive, possibly never can be J. no is: but he is u limn of most democracy was never in better shape to Tom Stringer, of Laurel, two years If the legislature is foolish enough to 1 of - excellent farte. pass such bills, we have confidence that wipe the earth up with their opponents for manslaughter, and Hohert RichardII. 'Indml! now do you know? 1 fall when the son, of Madison, life sentence for mur- our brave old governor will use his yeto and it is going to doit this J, He once proposed to me. Ito-tbe to of dor, were two of the four convicts who Courier. power with thatreniarkablesagacity that election of Congressman occurs. got the benefit of the parole law Wedcharacterized him. lias always Col. E. Polk JoiiNbON, president of the nesday. This makes .Volltiiile. fl convicts out on A tick dudolKtut on a doctor. called Kentucky Press Association, has ap- parole. Tun Lexington Transcript states that "What he need!'," advised the phyVV. T. Havens, of the Sit. SterCol. W. O. Bradley gave Senator Black- pointed sician, "is absolute seclusion and soliGreen H. Keller, ling FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. burn tho large sombrero hat that has tude, with nothing whatever to excite School caused so much comment. The colonel of the Carlisle Mercury; W. 1. Walton, Aboil. 200 cattle sold at Paris Mon- - him." of tho Stanford Intehiou Joiminal; John first-clas- s of that peculiar claims to be the inventor "Lcuvo him alone with his thoughts,' day at ''.C0 to !). r goods. promptly said his friends, as they with style of and says he gave it to A. Lyne, of the Henderson Journal; Hood to do For Sale. 10 good yearling mules. drew from tho room. Chicago Globe. the Senator because he was so taken Henry E. Thompson, of thd Paducah P.. W. Gaines, Stanford. best workman-lik- e with the one he wore. Tho generous News; John B. Gaines, of the Bowling Very J. C. Fox bought in the East End 7 No Dclny nil Account of tlin Killriule. man from Garrard added: "I am very Green Times, and S. O. Roberts, of the cotton mules at 5t5 to $78. Young Mr. Polhemtis(takingher hand) Lexington Leader, a committee to look fond of Blackburn. He is a Darling, our wedding will James Depauw sold to Gentry Bros. splendid fellow, and honest. I have after tho interests of a general advertis a pair of mare mules for 5300. evening tako place heard somo persons say he was not fair ing law. just tho W. T. Smith sold to Mack Hughes a name, will it not? in debate, but I have always found him JrnoE.MoiiKow heard the injunction 5 year-olhartiess horse for 5140. His Darling (tremulously It shall be bo. As long as we must have n demo- suit this week brought by the propiie-tor- s clovA few bushels of jusl as you cratic Senator I would prefer him to anyof tho Danville Advocate to prevent er seed for sale. C. C. Withers. Chicago Tribune. Miy, William. body." Mr. J. H. Marrs from starting a paper or J. E. Bruce sold to R. Cobb, Jr.. a Didn't N.T.1 it. cattle at 520.00. TnunK are 2,748 lunatics in the three carrying on the printing business in that lot of lato Tramp Will you givo nn pennirioii, town, because, it is alleged, he signed a Hampton & DePauw lought of W. Asylums in the State and 1,418 idiots on lady, to go into vour barn to commit hi the pay rolls, making a total of 4,100 who contract not to go into the business for N. Potts some butcher stuff ut -- ctf. 15 years. Mr. Marrs claimB that this The Winchester Democrat reports were maintained at a cost of 5477,950.15) Lady (filled with pitv) Poor man! of 15j mules at $00 to Here's a piece of mince pie for au. last year. In addition to these are 1U1 contract was only to Mr. S. G. Boyle and sales of a Tramp Thank you, mnrm, but .L'vi minu, 103 ueai ami uumo ami iin iecoie not to his successors. We have not 5125. Smith bought of "Brandy" got some "Hough on Itata" that'll do just minded persons, who cost the Shite in heard whether Judge Morrow granted Hays, of Rockcastle, a combined mare as well. New York Sun. 1889 5115,300.51), making the total cost of the injunction or not. for 125. Goods, the unfortunates 5593,310.78, or about 13 Shoes, Tim C'hllil or tlit TwciiIIpIU Coutury. TiiCifirst drawn battle in the House A. T. Nunnelley bought of B. G. per cent, of tho entire revenue. The Father Robert, is it not about time Wooden when Speaker Heed Gover and J. L. Yantis a of greatest number of idiots is credited to occurred Tuesday, that little boys were aled? Willow c. attempted to override the rules and ig' Robert at 53.10. Judge Morrow, 109. Judge Lilly comes (aged 0, carelessly glancing at minority. Carlisle, BreckinIn the wilds of the Sierras, near his waich) Really, father. I must 1h ex- next, with lot), Judge Boyd with 147 ami nore tho river, Tulare county, Cal., is a se- utise.1 for venturiug mi opinion. It is a Judge Can with 133. Judge Givens in ridge and other democrats protested, but ) owing to the big list of absent members, quoia tree, 170 feet in circumference. subject in which I have little interest: 3d district has only 1.'!. the the speaker's ruling was sustained and Go thrc ytlj luXira. rewii Wilson, of Marion, bought of J. II., have no little 1hvs, you know. Mom et door to I'orlmmi Home The Louisville Post mentions tho fact the rads scored first blood. It will be Dunn a combined Mare for 5250 and of; trcal Star. that Col. Collier now essays a plug hat the last, however if .the democrats will John Anderson - harness mares nt 150. Sllll Ilia Opinion. and has discarded that country air that do their duty. "I only wish to say," feebly sjwke a M. Bigger delivered to Cooper A J. first characterized him. When he first Wednesday, 30 henl of mules mangled piuwenger as he dragged himDow n at West Point is a well bored Haden, went to Louisville the politicians thought high at $101. Lebanon Stnn- - self out from under tho wreck made by gas, which failed to materialize, but 14J hands a terrific railway collision, "that, in my they had a soft snap and could work him for opinion, nobody is to Illume for this " instead a mineral water, which, it is nard. for a sucker, but they soon found out James I'nderwood sold to Tom I And then he peacefully hreathed claimed, maices every married woman i their mistake and that he was able to d his last. Ho was a coroner. Chicago of Madison, 10 head of who tastes it have triplcLs. Three famihold his hand with the best of them. cattle nt 3 cents and to Johnson, of Boyle, Tribune. lies have already received additions in The man who takes the genial colonel 512. blocks of three and the womvn have re- lOyearling heifors at It Would C.Up Him n dinner. for a green-horwill get left every time Farmers and packers of Chriotiau Xowsboy Pletiho, mister, will you give solved to boycott this pump, supursti-tiouslas sure as shot. lost about 1S0.O0O pounds of mo two cents to get u night's lodging? believing that "it's all in the wa- county have Is Receiving His warm spell and almost an pork by the Minister But two cents won't nuv for In addition to the phun given Mrs. ter." bad reports come from the rest of the that, my little friend. Courts, the president let fall a number iOwaboy No, sir. But if I had two State, Nine murderers are to feel the halter of other favors Monday, including the Good butcher cattle aro short of the cents I could pitch with tho other boys draw at Fort Smith, Ark., on tho 10th, postoflice at Danville to Mr. S. D. and perhaps win u pile. Now York Sun. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him n call. and the gratifying intelligence is wired demand in Cincinnati and are quoted at Shelbyville office to J. S. Van. the e to U 4 and best shippers nt all but-onhas professed religion. 3J to I.ltlni; on tho Old .Mini. nata; the Owensboro to C. C. Watkiug that North Carolina has seven to hang in trio Hogs are active and higher with prices McFlngle How are you, Smith? I and the Williamsburg to W. F. Walkins. altogether the outlook Jrom !! to :ij; sheep are weak, at 2 to .'.J haven't seen you forn long while. How's If the others give as much general satis- next month and John Rogers, of Woodford, ranted your son, Jack? Where's he been keen- for murderers is notas bright as it wiv. i faction as ours, Mr. Harrison can coning himself for tho lm.t year? 4'J acres of uncleared land to B. A. Wil-gratulate himself that hu has donu one Miw. Soi'TUWonri!, the woman who g0n tlt f GO per acre for three years to go Smith (dolefully) He hasn't been keop- good day's work at least. murdered Pettusin Brooklyn, saved the ,, tnlincco. ilson to do the clearing. He inB mniM.'iri 1 v hcon keeping him. State much costs and the hangman a job liad just as well bought it and been done ' row orkiiu. A hill to punish potty larceny and by taking her caso to a higher court. She it. Why Slio Ilhl It. certain other crimes with the lash has died Monday in her cell in tho Tombs, with J. T. Estill sold his farm of 5112 neres Adr.ror fnftor u liv tlm nlil Imli-- i been introduced in tho Virginia legisla- after sovernl days' sickness. r (ihln't kiss you. I only protended" I to A. Black, of Knox, at SoO. It is five ture and it will become a law, if there miles from Richmond on tho Speedwell was going to. Why did you call to your NEWS CONDENSED aro not too many men afraid of the ' niko. Fiftv euttJo sold county court day niothor? The Kentucky legislature would Sweet Girl (rcpuntontly) I I didn't Two horses and one man werekilled at 1 to 2 and 10 or 15 broko mules at enact the whipping post know sho was in tho house. Now York Climax. SIX) to 135. in St. Louis by dangling electric wires. law if the members would do their duty Judge Sumrall bold to Mr. Weil n Weekly. Judge IJrewer has been sworn in as fully and fearlessly. picked lot of 50 cattle out of 02 for 54.35. associate justice of the Supremo Court. The Tailor Acrefil. Aunt I'm glad tohearKiioh good news A Richmond, Vn., man won the prize W. F. Davis sold fame 04 weighing 1,700 Col. Ukaddock takes oxceptionn to from our calling John Young Brow n an old by writing 110,701 words on a postal card. nonndsat same price. S. B. Woodcock youngThomas. I think he is u promising man. The Senate passed a bill increasing j bought of Dr. Win. Burke 1J2 fat hogs Ho may not bo old, judged by man. Uncle Yes, I think so, too, and Shears, spot cash Advo-t- o the standard of the old of the pay of Cmaiia Supervisors from 5500 f ir whiGh ho paid $3.25 tho tailor, agrees with me. Boston Her-- 1 $1,000. ;cito. the Paris Kentuckian, hut we young aid. On motion of Mr. Carlisle the oath It is estimated that not less than ones think a man is getting along pretty Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture That Was Why. was administered to Mr. Randall 000,000 has changed hands for trotters well in years when ho passes threeMrs. Cumso John, why did you say and Undertaker's Goods. My pricos will be as low as such goods during the last 12 in his in private sales alone score. ' tho various auction sales "Rats!" to that poor tramp when ho can be bought in the cities. Give mo a trial and you will be conTom Scott shot a negro's eves out nt months. At i Dn. 0. J. Walton got there in great Somerset Sunday because he knocked of trotting horses held in Kentucky dur- asked for a meal? Cuniio Inn't ho a roadont? Yono- -' vinced that I soil lower thau the lowest. ' shape and he will mako a pension agent him down with a chair. ing ISM) l,7f)8 animals passed under tho wind's News. to be proud of. Gen. Land ram and Gen. Thomas II. Taylor, who has auctioneer's hammer for tho princely Judge Boreing need have no misgivings been thero bitore, has been appointed sum of 5851,023, an average of 5473.82 A Ohrul Drop n quinine pill in tho slot and test that they were defeated by a man wor- chief of police, in Louisville, vice, Col. against 1,5J04 iu 188S at an average of Hook vniirgripiH'. New York Sun. thy in every respect of the honor. Wood, resigned. 5304.14. it rue jor ,J W. F. WALTON, I SACRIFICE SALE. The mild Winter has caught us with an immense stock ll Sdi-M- s, - Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, &e. These goods must sold at no matter what the will place and our entire stock at our disposal, for prices never before quoted such a stock. st The Greatest Reductions of OVERCOATS on Record- Boys' Overcoats $1.25, worth $2.50; $2. worth $3; worth 34; vv, worui io; jucws uver coats 4, worth $0; Men's Beaver Overcoats S5 Xa WOrUl; .Uen'S .7J. Chinchilla Overcoats S7.fi worth. xi,.' la Overcoats worth S15, and all belter grades Overcoats sold i.;,.;.,,. ,' ,,., pondingly hog-stealin- live-ye- ar it is wise buy now for present or next season anything toun; want in the way of Winter Uoats, as thei will sold at half their value at wife-beatin- g, THE LOUISVILLE STORED Main, Street, Stanford, 510,-77- j . j on Having purchased the interest Mr. Sta, will conduct the business at the old stand, where shall pleased supply the wants all former and new pdirons from a iroaricEi Full Stock of Drugs Oils, style. M. SAJuXJSTGEH, MARTAGER. Sentinel-Democra- t; head-gea- Faints Books, Wall Paper, Jewelru and Silverware ut low prices, for have a andjeivelry repaiis in the I Jeweler readt watch k-c- respectfully, W. B. MoEOBBRTS. Kit-che- d home-raise- d JONES BROS., Stanford llinl suits the Farmer; sui-cido- ? 1 The only Store car-loa- d ,W.T. General Merchandise, ware, Full Stock of Holiday Goods. Dry car-loa- d 200-ho- ga Boots and Fancy Groceries, Queens ware, Glassware, Tinware, and Ka-wea- h v j J j acci-dont.- 1,100-pou- n w y I i FALL AND WINTER GOODS. j Van-Pel- t, 1 1 SEW STORE! MaVCI HUFFMAN HPBOT j ' "reo-cord- ." 1 much-neede- d i I ante-deluvia- n i ce sick-roo- j BRYANT & STRATTON Business College eC&v7iffl7s2KJ5: LOUISVILLE. KY.. w 0Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 10, Stanford, Ky., January e.o, walton, Bus. Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Penny. war-runted- CoMKund nettle your account Oxiiof us will bo found at our old A. It. I'ennv. Tiik bt'Ht place to buy druga, patent Btand at all times so please call (here and mediclucfl nnd toilet urticlcB 1h at A. K. settle jour accounts ns wo must wind up Penny's. our biikiness here in a very short while. Hoy your Hchool bookn, ink, tablets, Owsley & Craig. paper, penciln and Hcbool HitpplieH of all kinds from A. It. Pennv. A nkw livery stable lias been opened at Hustonville by Messrs. J. W. Allen, PERSONAL POINTS. of that place, and F. P. Combest, of Cass rig, or M. Smith U.uuiimx in down with the ey. When needing a fed, go to see thorn. your horse l.a Urippe. Mit. ami Mils. W, N. Potts went to Tnu supervisors, Messrs. It. G. Collier, Lexington, Tucmluy, Joseph Swope, J. P. Hlllo, Geo. Young Mn. and Midi. S. M. Owbnh have reand L. K. Wells, .ire at work on the asturned from HurroilxInuK. sessor's books for 1SSD, and hearing any JuiKiK J. W. ALioiiNHccoinpaniiHl Mr. complaint that titiNu to oiler. Witrryn on hi return to Frankfort. HI Tin-- bill Walkku Fky, lute of Danville, Is rethe prohibition ported dangerously ill at St. Louis. question to the voters of Lincoln county, W. 15. Vaii.nox, wholuiH been threat lixes the election, we understand, on Sat. uiiud with pueuiiiouia, is Improving. urduy, Feb. lo, next, and trives tbo peoTiioh. .1. Oatth, h stock ple the right to vote on the question if dealer of Wayne, whs here this week. they wish, every throe years. lirst-cltistir-p.tyet- Watch hi and iowclrv repaired and !'. To Lkt. The contract to build n pave Dk; H. Hiiown bought of J. C. llryani to Main 1890 flv flbnres of First N Atlonul Hunk stock ment from tbo Court-Hous- e Call on Judtfo T. W. Varnon for street. nt 107. Bpeuillcations. x Wk lmvo had n little cold simp, but m Xkarly every republican of conseIhu rt) nru no tbnnkH tine CJcn.Grcely. Ho quence in town is for Mrs. Courts. Sonio dlnd't Bay a word nbout it. of them flay that wliilo they were originHon JlurtH, while handling llOlhCF, ally for Alford or Lytic, they think that A. It. leu Mured a painful kick on the lair- - It since Mrs. Courts has been appointed was a narrow escape. she should have the ollice. i i Ovekcoats, clonks and heavy hoota Kiktbkn pounds of nictf brown sugar Slyera. cost at S. L. Powdra & Co.'s. forSl. S.S. at Notice. Those who have not paid their accounts will please call in and do bo. I need the money and must have it nnd hope L will not have to take further Bteps to collect It. Mrn. Kate Duddernr. i STAGG & MeROBERTS Successors to Bruce & McRobcrts, Desire to announce to the public that they are now ready for business at their new stand, recently vacated by Owsley & Craig, cor. Main and Lancaster streets, and ask a share of your patronage. They keep constantly 6n hand a full and complete stock of . Dawsos imigeiit for Physicians' and Surgeons' Soap, made of vegetable oils and guaranteed absolutely pure. It Is undeniably beyond compare. It retails at ? a dozen and she has sold 1W8 cakes. You ought to have some. Miw. W. L. 1 m t s "Porn particBarc indignant over Mrs. Courts' appointment," says Lawyer Dav-- The principal hotel t Hiawatha, jJUilKU-ilison. If this is true, an indignation KaB.. burned and several persons weroi meeting ought to be held and we sug- badly injured; loss JJO.IKM). gest .the lawyer's ollice as the place. It would bold all the indignant citizens and NKW AIKi:iISK)IENTS miinv more, while the Opera House and e combined would not bold all who are not indignant. ;o?. sale, Court-Hous- II. W. Ham., who is charged with tbo killing of James Field, at Harlan Court House about a year ago, and who was in jail here for safe keeping scvoral months, is ngaln under that roof. lit' w'as taken to Harlan for trial in Septeni- her last, but broke jail on the night prior to his trial and has, until the last few days, been a fugitive. He went directly to Missouri and worked as n farm hand and it was there Unit SheriirT. B. Imbo-deof that State, took him in hoc as answering the deseription. He was at London and brought here to remain until the next term of Harlan court. He is said to bea bad character. n, Iden-tille- d Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, HATS, and a i fc U JJXj X . UJb UJLU 11 IN JT. THK- I Stook of Overcoats is Very Larg,e,:gO And will be sold at grcally reduced prices. mm : well-know- Tin: Somerset Reporter huvh that 'it has Information that a party of men from o.Ij. this county wont to where Squire S. 1). BJMit. ami Mkn. J. I. .Sv.u; have tnken rooms mid board at MiMi Ikillo Carpe- Oooch is teaching school nt Tatesville and tried to shoot him, in order to get nter'. him out of the way as witness in n murMil J. T. C'akmin, of Uummi Sons der tase in which they are implicated. Co., Ciuduiiut!, is at liouie for a few days. In the organization of the Mtddlesboro Mu. J.T. Jon.vo.s aid wife lmvo movCommercial Club occur the names of J. ed to Louisville to bo at the lay oil' end P. SandlfuViiH and W. II. of his run. Kinnalrd, Jr., as treasurer, both Lutein-to- r Dick Nuvm. vmi returned from George boys. About 150 niemlMirs have been town Oollcgo Wednesday night ill with enrolled and steps will lie at oitco taken piiotimonia. looking to the erection of a haudome of Mits. An'na I). club building. is tint Kiiust of hur eistor, Mr. Tn k Shelby City people are mi id to be II. J. Mrltobort. Brer. Wiinii- kicking like mules Mk. ilr&i.vi., who mairied .Miss promoted to maker lias chosen an Awiorlon Pout, has been convict to bundle their mails for them. yard muster at Somerset. Phok. W. F. MiCi.hv will ojkmi a pri- The new atHHiintee, S. H. Copnage, it vate wdiool after the close of thu public will be remembered, was sent up for tossing counterfeit money in connection j trm nbout three weeks hence. with n regularly orptnixwi Imnd ol conn- o Mih Ku. Within. LAiienstur's new postinatUir, aeeotnpnuled by terfeiUrs. He has hardly I wen out of the pen lony enough to j;et the tntell oil' Mi.H Kate Lindnun, was hero Wotlnc-Uvice-presideIIr-rodsbur- u, Mas. is Mattik Fom.i: (iitr;iv,oi Nash-viltthe giieist of Mik II. .1. McKob e, ...I . STAGG & McROBKRTS. A TitaoKiiY was enacted at Ottenheim We now have Wednesday night. A Gorman, whose name is given as lvtes, had ordered his 15 Head Choico Saddle Stallions Annie Bowman, not to Per Rale, agn (torn i to 4 vium For particulars keep company with Jim Nick Smith, unactdrwk JOHN T WOODKORU, Ml Merlins, K. der penalty of death to him if he ever 95. lot company. He came caught her in his Wednesday and Kstes, as good hs his ; word, opened lire on Smith, wounding him in the leg and killing the girl, he detrc to sell my larm of about 130 acres, situAre headquarters for of Stanford claims, by accident. The matter has ated about t',A nil let north the old church on the There Hush Hramh pi e, opposite are about 50 a tic in wheat antl ryr, the balance created a Bonntion in the colony. timothy Good dwelling of the faim well set &o. . . ml a splendid new of four room and Lndien fen' ed. Possession can Tiikih: is an ellbrt being made to oiiht barn, it well watered and particulars, see J. I'. be ivc n immediately Mrs. Woods from tbo Hustonville Plows! Plows! Plows! I5.uy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel ISailcy. Stanfrid, write the nnderiignwl at E WITHERS. She is the widow of a good re- Ciiuinnati, Ut.i.. Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no publican and because hIic is dependent Mr. A. S. tiflffltek on her own exertions for support, Gov. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvcry plow warranted to SI Rf.EON DKNTIST McCreary refused to have her removed, irLLU W It Mc Robert Olli do good work, or no sale. .Ask your neighbor. on Mam trert, and his action was generally commendIrni turt. Sianfaril. Kllis is tut aped. A daughter of Squire plicant for the place now and that gentleman met Co). Bradley here by to solicit blsaid in seI hvc rumoved my office in my residence oppo curing the ollice for Iter. Wo did not will bo fund at all lte Fctniile CoIIeijc, nhcrr Woods de- limn. loam the result, but Mrs. y4 utini Ai.ii'serves to keep the place. r, miH HIGGINS & M'KINNEY Farm For Sale. 111 , I 1 .Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt,Xiime, post-olllc- e. T tr PRICE, or REMOV3D! I I - hand-r-owi- y. Itiin. Mit. ami Men. W. ed from his father's, P.. :j ItriiKit iuivo movTiik I'iueville jail has had another denoarSholby City, to livery.. A trusty mimed Jim Clark sioz. Crab Orchard, where Mr. Ilurku will buy cd the jailer's sou as he unlocked the a fiirm. doors and seven prisoners walked forth Mu. It. S. Lytic and wife has rented to liberty. They aie James Clark, ma of H. G. (Sovor the house Intuly occupied licious shooting; Maik Chadwiek, urnnd by Mr. W. K. ICainoy and will go t farreny; Speed Turner and John Crook Tumor, shooting and wounding; Henry Mihs DmiiA JtAt'uiiM s, who spent the Nicholas, forgery; Grant Hracket, liquor Goods, holidays vory plejisantly with Misi-eselling Jed' Chadwell, adultery. A posGoods, Nannie and Kiltie Haiighinnn, returned se is in pursuit. The Turners are desto her home In Poyle Wednesday. is thought that if they perate men and it Hoiitox and wife, II. II. once jjet amoiiK their friends they will Vn. Cook and Walter Haker, of the High- not be recaptured without a tight. . 9 land vicinity, left yesterday for near tifiF" All Fresh and Sold at the Lowest Possible Prices at a letter to the Covington Coinmon-wealthid., to make their home. Is from &iuibcl Island, Uev. (Jeorpe Mk. J. A. Jameson, an experienced Dtinlap tells of an atcident that Menogrnpher of Texas, has been employbefell Misses Taylor, Mjirio Harnes ed by Mr. W.G, Sain, whose increase of Tiik news of tbo appointment of Mrs. I will ell the hnue known as the htHncss forced him to employ an assist- Mattie ami bitly Ittnl. They were Cor. Main and Somerset streets, Stanford, Ky. 1'okie T. Court, to bo postmaster of on the high door steps of Mrs. ant. Staniord kinder took the breath away Itottsu, when they gave way. Miss Mb ami Mns. J. L. Dwvsox, Sit., left from the other applicants, it was so sudTavlor wua knocked senseless and Wednesday to visit their daughter, Mib. den like. It is pretty rough on Mr. Also for nearly three hours. Misa ford, who has waited so long and so conS. C. Thiirinond, in Louisville. The old For ONE IHOl'SAND DOLLARS cash. man is 81 and his wife ?J and they werv, Mattie became oelirious that night nnd fidently to resumes the charge he laid t, had n hemorrhage and Miss Marie was as anxious and as either for the trip as down four years ago, nnd it is not in the The Cottage opposite the Railway-Depobadly hurt. The writer adds "I am children. nature of what Judge Lytic hoped and "Model Grocery" you will find Mas. Pokik ContTs returned from glad to say that at this writing all four expected, but the people are not kicking Formerly eccuplt'd bv H. E. Miller, at the snmc Uroonsbtirg Wednctdny, wheiu she bus are tin and are praising the lord that to anv a armiiiL' extent, in lacl Willi place (or tit. It l HUNDRED DOLLARS T . . ,,.. nnti vh. Coffees, Wen on a vieit, and was met at the train nobody was killed. don't think it could , ri. 1U. ' . . . a fatal result." , Snuif ca be tueu by applying to Mr. W V Ken by a number ol friends and heartily con- happen aptin without f f Goods nedy, Crab Orchard. gratulated nm her success in obtaining to the soup, everybody is delighted TubI.vtkiuoii JoniNAL claims to be Cheese, J OTTEN'MEIMFR, best the postolllco appointment. for she, 71 J m Courts No. jo state street, New York. the original Courtsorgsn and isthe.efore . ith Mrs. .iliiit.ll.L.appointment, .. "" ""''. ""' " ,,,,v .Ill itlil full. ' alllllt bighlv olatwl over Iter appointment. ' CITY AMD VICINITY. ! Iltxl in every rcsptci mr tne tttsciinrge Tobaccos. Titos horrid men did n't take ita advice, of the duties to which site has ben CoLiMHfs buggy and several chairs but they perhaps wish now they had. It t, His stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. He carries an nothing A Rrielv would have saved them the heartache, called. There win absolutely be forsalebvT. It. Walton. against Mrs. Courts, m the falsehood On Somerset street, at pree'it occupied by Mr. apartment of Oueensware, Glassware, Tin- and Woodenwarc. tn say tho least. Here's what wo said of saiil I. It Cooper. A cry desir.iUe pUie and can be Wkdnksimy night's south bound pastrump- obt.eriHl at a bnrifain Address or call oh tho matter our its issue of Nov. K, 1S.VS: thai sho is not a resident has been W II. A.NDERsON, Harper, Kansas, Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. against her. Mr. senger killed a tine bull for I'inoo A Or I'. M NURUBERIS, Stanford. Ky. If the men who are after tho Stanford ed up to be used Thev valued him at "'. ttntil.illli'i. Iiiivi. miv I'ldl.intri' tliev will Courts has been here for more than two from" the scramble and wl yiiw und ww preparing to enla.ge her A. C SINK J N. MENEtT.E " So far as we are cunuuritcu vo have no iiiilftlv retire 1....N.. III!.. ...... con-mis"". !. ..nin.a lltln Ilia. I.1X, muiniu'.v l.. personal objections to Mr. Alford. Ho Mrs. l'okie Courts have it without atoreroom. She had also, before Christ-fain-made a good postmaster, but wo are for teat. Slio comes from a republican PROF. W. F. N1LES .MiHRht out Iter partner, Miss Salhe mill is the widow of a nromi-- ! Dealers In will oprn the women, and ospeeially this one, first, llv liM.df sho was neiit republican besides. In addition, Cox, which would indicate that last and all the time. law- A NOR3IAL. SCHOOL, she is an accomplished and elegant lady, hero to stay, It is uudeistood that of lion. Font J'. fully competent to conduct it creditably yer Davison is tearing his shirt ami ....... ... Tiik communication .. :.. lunnij, txt or 1QQO swearini! that Mrs. Courts shall lint At .crwinny t iiiium of tuition o..n. u, t.v.w, tli fi,Hninr rates vr luontn. Dobbin is a little behindhand, as the to herself and to her party. Primary Douurtiaent I.OII Ii...... tin. ..l.ii... linc'iiis.i in' iliil tint rin! A3STD . i. jo matter has been disposed of by the re' ' Inter.uoJlaie Department '.. l.OO Monday at IlwrrodsburgJoe miuneml ll(T. AccordinelV tlllS ltllPOr- - Vurmnl nennnmisnt Mi'iinuit. jection of the law, but wo publish it at Mouldings, and Scroll . A natroliaue is reuue'ted and thorough ,, -K. r navicular, address. .. the request of several w ho heard him and Campbell Xoel entered the grocery taut person ieieirapnoii to oiigrosstuun.""-"'-..'... V j.... Kimey, Ny. A.1X1D W. t Ml.t,M FE3STOE, "Please hold iu Mrs. Courts' Htnru of Wilson ft Powell, where J. K. Wilson: read it to the court, ami enjoyed it. m Both parties nro indii;- LatiL'ford was Duadiasini! a pocket knife, aimointinent. Cedar and Locust Po3ts. We will carry a lull stock of cvcothing founiTin a first-i- . 'ais Lumber Yard. Tiik Times Washington e.oricspond-cu- t and, without warning, .loo Noel bepin limit. Mrs. Courts is not considered a, a oi will', MrtWiuj A. C SINK, llusiness Manager. tip: Brother tiring upon his victim. Langford fell, resident. Want to be heard." It is KM gives applicants this Wntinnmker says he, as n rule, will not but attempting to rise, was pushed down hardly necessary to state here where the nu I. th ulrst nml rr. t pc piimr appoint those who have hold postolllrcs by Joe, while Campbell Noel Jired three facts are known that there is not a wont mechnn cu pnir put iiflied anil ,iermi.c Kntrnr. heretofore, is he prefers fresh moat. So more shots inlohis prostrate body. Death of truth in the allegation that "both par illustrated. Ilfrt rlass (t Sen.l for specimen tbo old nartv workers may ns woll shut wns almost instantaneous. The cause of ties are indignant." Tho better class of i'ius. rublifiutl wccklr up. this cowardly murder was tho alleged se- republicans are woll satisfied ami tho Hut duction of a bister of the Noels', u pretty democrats uw more than pleased. ARCHITECTS & BUILDER Tiik statement that .Mrs. Courts and buxom girl, although she had pub- tho tempest in tho teapot will amount M Edition of Scientific American. W hur appointment by claiming that lished a card in tho Sayings completely to nothing, except to lower tho A ereat fuccc. Kach Ifkuo contains colored litliiTurmiliic plates ot countrTKiid cit she is the widow of a federal soldier is exonerating Uingfonl, ami denying that cfcrTTiYCli-ya DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, x of tho lady in the estimation of ies ."r public buililtniti. unter us eni;rvlii(: tn and lull plans and speciticatwna tfToutoil lie. Site never made another Kin- bnl'dinir. I'ncn Ii Win year, she had given birth to an illegitimate every fair minded man. Charley SS LaaaafaV V . arts aci'py. ilL.N.N A 10., 1'LUI.Ikllt.lts. Her husband was too ARTICLES, &C FANCY any such claim. QUI chihl. Marshal Waggoner attempted to caitl telegraphs from Washington that KvyvJ01 mar bo scour. young for a soldier, but ho was n true arrest tho Xoels after tho shooting, when Mrs. Courts' appointment is not at all rd bT llllllll- Physicuns prescriptions accurately compounded. M ini; tu "republican from manhood till his death. a ( ii.. likely to be held up in any way. It is they ollered res! mince, but Jailer a hare had uTer A'taaftTC V jB X t artlving jmt at this time, and cov- already before tho .Senate and will in all n ywara" exterteiice and have niado iivw Tin: petition from Highland, winch mr-liO.utu upplica'mns for American and In tbe until iU. Srnd f..r Handbook, lorrenwo publish in another column calling on ering them with a pistol, saying ho would probability soon ho confirmed. ondeuce strictly confidential. STOCK OF WATCHES, THE LARGEST Miller to become a candidate for kill them unless they immediately sur- meantime, Mrs. Courts and her friends W. H. TRADE MARKS. tn the 1'at. brought them to their senses, faro taking things easy, confident that, member of the Constitutional Conven- rendered, In cne your mark l nnt registeredami pr.wure CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. eni Ortlre. apply t. Ml nn X contains 118 named oml is a very and thoy were lodged in jail. It was tho endorsors, who were powerful luiiudmtu ptotcctton. M.i.d for llundbook. tion, Ever brought to this market. Price lower than chatti, maiu. COl'YKUJUTS for llattering endorsement. Mr. .Miller will county court day and tho murder created enough to secure her the place, will be the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. lc, quickly procured. Address Paired on short'.nOtice and warrauleil. likely answer tho call alllnn.Uively in intense uxcitcmeut in the large crowd of powerful enough to see that sho enjoys ,' .Itl'SN V CO., l'nti'Bl Sollcllur. peoplu present. it. our next. toll-gate .. huiicc-keepin- Fnk Vin-feline- s, m h Tiik justices continued in session as a county court Tuesday and allowed $!io0 , I lisvr rertfd the jinpertT of Mr. Cath UaHey more road claims that wore passeil in on liicxsUr street and am now prepared te tnka October. Hicriir Xewlantl was given till boarders as Terras reasonable DiyLoardtrstai.cn nplyto tn ip anybody ItR. HKLLI t March to collect and report on delin-tpiuof the Stanford! list. That portion I White Oak A Garrard County turnpike which lies between Perkins' and the was rejected, because, it is not built 'Squires Lynn and to specification. In the corporate limits of Rowland. Gooch reported that the present location v H J DARST, Rowland. 86 on the Turnersville of the Coll'oy'fi Mill pike is the best and it was ordered to remain there. J. O. Terry BLOE-GRANURSERIES was put in the care of the county nnd Trees, A full itoct of Fruit and Ornamental A n month allowed for his support. UrHpe Vii.tw, Siull Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, the orchtnt and garden. We pavement the Width of the front Steps ' and evtnrllung for employ no agents but sell direct at knr ;ncti to WilS Ordered to be laid to .Main Street tne planter. IVrsonul iniptcnn of our iminre invited D.scriptlon catalfue xvitit vaiua. Judire Vltr- - bl ockn(.t.4tt(UiA an anntiention. frni.i thednnit-lloil'.eanII. F. im.I.ENMEVER. non appointetl to lmvo it done at a cost Kv. not exceeding $100. John Newlund HMlt I'ORclaims the credit of getting the order adjourned till passed. The com t then the March term. AT A J nt HOARDERS WANTED. aoi-i- t:s'r For Sale Butcher Knives, Sausage Grinders, Lard Cans, Sage and Pepper, Heavy Groceries, Fancy Groceries, Canned Twenty Building Iols toll-gat- e SS S--J i .l Beans and Hominy; fine Syrups, Country Ilams, California Candies and Fruits, -- SALE SACRIFICE MAUK HAHDIIT'S, sit-tin- g Me-Null- 's Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, AT A. A. WARREN'S '. Sugars, ! TQxl SALS Molasses, Beans, Hominy, Rice, Soaps, Canned of every deseription, the Preserves, Jellies, Pickles, Cream Sauces, Baking Powders, Extracts, Cigars and .1 Elonse and I-o- 'H i5 - i 1 1 '. ...'t - NOTICE. , SiNE & IVIEEFEE, Laths, Shingles, Etc., H.QTJGH AND DP.ESSSD LUMBEE. BX.XTDS Vork, I - . - ' ii. . . lilK--r.i- l GSISE, BOORS Brackets PATENT riKB ,.-:- SLAT , i . Vy-o- Ao lo PfflSNNY, fAcssG&iZ ob-tnin- oppc-nen- ts bald-face- d Wag-gon- DATENTS k'. M jytmUj ' J Li.- - &f : . ,.i,. 'fl p: T--'- 3" i" . .. ,,j.. ,v if mi nr,li n a rfMnsrV L Heme of the Frontier. I. 91. IIRUCI2, No moro heroic deed lias been recorded ,:, Li"-?In this territory in years than thnt of the ITo the Editor of the Interior Journal stasle, IHeHeeleieeeeieeeefleL?fiaseeeHeV em. Craii Orcium), Jnn. 0. I nm verv loor cowboys who followed their fear-laSTANFORD, KY. Published Every Tuesday and Friday much opposed to the proposed now road ployers' stock to their death In tho A HORSE FOR SALE. wldch raged over tho Rm.t SI'KCIAL ATTENTION to COMMKKXIAI. j Ono miwin and for several . plains of Colfax county last week. These Camblllty of lrii!r to Talk n Customer traveler Horses and mules bought and seld II is it create two new olnees a .l per feUowj wefo accuslomct, tO6OVcr0 Into lluylug tlio Allium!. Only hortesnnd vehli let tiled in lliery ' per diem office, that will L..iang09 of the eletnenu and fully com-coem and a "(lot n horso for sale and bo's a pip not so paid S2.50 will be charged. WPWhtn the people at least $1,500 per year. ' j)rciiemiLHl th0 dangers of a night in such pin." c& CO., Then it jjives too much power and an- n gtorm. but they wero intrusted with Thus tho irrepressible Georgo Burn K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. thority to the Commissioner and it is in thousands of dollars' worth of property, ham addressed a leading liveryman this vT. ZE3I. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Train leave llow'ani! at 7 oo a m , returning his discretion to say where the worst and, like true knights of their profes-road- morning, in tlio presence of u roorter. CRAII ORCHARD, KY Arc still in the limine and ready lo do any at 5 .10 "J "lie's down in Indianapolis. I'm a thing In the line We have a full are and where'he will work his :.0 6on, they preferred to do their duty and Dealer In- -Dry nock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Kobe, die rather than abandon the herd and lulu in horse llesh. You hear mo chirp: hands, and when ho is in the Huston-L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ofewry denriptiun Our hearse, whuh is nearly I'll tell you all about Iou. seek shelter. Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps new con lie obtained on short notice Mr J It u 31pm villi end of the county repairing the. "Who can think of those daring riders. Green lias hare of. ur Imsiness ami will shv Mail train going North "In the Una place I bought n horse, Hoots, ' " South on r goods to .iny one neediiiv- anything 131pm roads and the wagons and teams are Shoes, Clothing Hardware, in our foiowinR nmi attempting to control this buggy and harness for S'JS.. Tlio colt Tinware, Furniture and a 1137pm Express train " South llnr 64 It sticking in the mud in the road between vast herd of infuriated cattlo in a blind didn't know as much about the world as ' North it? am Conorat Lino Crocorios, Local Freight North pro ing, freezing Btorin, as they rushed over a hog does n!out Volapuk. Alongcomes jj'm Crab Orchard and the South Fancy Candies, Croi Ties, Ki. The latter tratnj al6carrv paengers fane thoughts demanding utterance in the plains in the shadowy night, now a fellow with a big. rangy chestnut All kimU of I'roducc taken In echange for goods head and tail up, sixteen hands high, The above is calculated on standard time, Solar "cuss words," will well up from the and again falling over embankments, time is about to minutes faitcr legs you over uco under and the hearts of those teauiMeis who will say, without realizing that they wore heroes a hor.M. prettie.it worthy n nobler fate? ivcry, gecd and Sale Stable or I will tell them, "the Commissioner is " 'How '11 you trade?' snys I. Did they shrink from tho inevitable renow down at Ilustonville making a Me- - sult of such n night? No, they rode boldN N. A M V to K l " 'Ci iuimc tho colt nud a hundred aud Adamized pike to the fine brick residence ly to denth, conscious only thnt it was a quarter for the ho? Only one Night out to New York. " Tnlk enough. ni boy.' and tho den! of bomeiich man, wl ile I who pay the their "duty." nud tlio out! was typical of S..I11I i;..i Train to closed. taxes to have the roads worked, am their race. W 1 "That chestnut was n lieust. Prettiest Only iccently the whole world apxtuek hore in the mud with a weak team Philadelphia, thing looked at. that that will doubtless be sold by the sherill plauded a sea captain for stopping his ended you over was simply Hut drew Baltimoro, Now York, it. Hu on lilaekstone, or craft long enough to rescue the survivors parade. to pay my toad tax." C'lo.r lonnntionsfur Ilotion nml all point. K...I of a wreck. It was plainly his duty to ami Nutnhrast. some other great lawyer, once said thnt do so. Ami vet ho W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. "1 couldn't niTord u stable ornament wis wined, dined and FFKC1IVI Ull 1, iM, all laws were to bo deprecated that en- - mado n hero of on both continents. To at timt figure, o alips down into KenION DON, K Good turnouts and sj. Idle I urwloiyi for hire raged or excited the animosity of one our mind, while the judgment of these tucky hiiiI tackles a denier there. Say, TasiMill Gnin'c Anom terms most KASTWAKD Daily Kapm lie got mo in be- on reasonable the railronI mil n is theplates convrn Dailr The men may bo questioned, they did a far talk alxiut the lure class of citizens against another. t.. rerh in tht ient point on K Haw. Dally Kx Sun to distribution of taxes and the disburse- braver net in discharging their duty as hind one in a light wngon nml Ixiwled in the mount tin Hon fihev'ste Uve Stanford , 17 aes it i n'a it ji n me over the rood nt h t'M clip. I just " l.eain(tsHi ments of money collected from the peo- they saw it. am n pm , in hung on to my tile nud 1uiiikm1 up like " W'mcbester A cowlioy is usunlly considered a desHI LEV 40 pi HOUSE, " K. U. June ito ..i it pm 7 00 pea 6 jopm ple, should bo like the fountain of and n tough, yet they all have a jnekey. " Ml Sterhae. 17 pie) T r twpta not only pure )nt free even from perado easily touched, and P F. H niLBY. Proprietor, crack-i"I showed him tho chestnut and " Prestos few there arc hearts ej pea Motear.d the very taint of suspicion. That Com- among them who do not hold their lives t ipial him for n swop. l i pm i P 10) 40 pr London, - - - Kontucky. " tlllve Hill P i " 'I'll take the lionniid two hundred,' missioner, though he be as just as Aris subject to tho order of the "Ihmw" when A .bland 10 am " Catleu.burg. 6 ea pes ! op . tides, in never give satisfaction to the in the line of what they consider theii ' MuntUcton o pea it to am beire nosed lo esy new Hotel'aiid mm better " Til give you $"r,: people. It is very hard to satisfy the "duty." Frequently deserving ilio cenprepared than ever to acvijetmodaie the public An Watte SDtur " ChaiMisvilie. A marvel " 'bone,' mid This powder nev-- trielutd five hundred in (ioed I.irrry atiacKeet ifd'e try covei)e eV P"n,)'l LnniXi .mi.linii. fa as ' " U'asluactM . ss More oconomicn iv;viii an. nun Il.ut t.i tlronelh nml h int.. ti.i.7 m,.,l. In In sure they receive, yet there is much to the trotter. uiih. irel Gie me a call. JI pa " llalttsnore fie may than the ordin.ir) k.rnl-md an not be sold ill .)aj,l for anv purpose lllltl tllO losS taxes admire in the typical cowlioy. FRANK HIMtY. I M pa " FhideJ-hU- . eouipetilioii with the multitude id low tet, short . , "Uut he's n hummer. Little ears, you r "1 P" " New VV. weight, alum r ihusi.hau pow.ler. Sold only in U IIMM pays till' CASlur lie IS Stirred Up break every law of nature and morality know, tail over tho (Inshbonril mid everyhimself, aud yet no man has a higher " Kicbase, V.. cans. i. hii.m. i'wm i'i-.nut if i Wall street. New York and excited over the matter. When I " OldPttaiCasafbrti for virtue, or will fight quicker for thing jingling. Why, if I httd him up ' NotMfc... . used to be a politician and wanted to ex-- j the weak and aillictcd, or give moro on Cnm avenue they hain't none of them MT. VKKNON. KY. cite the people against the powers that freely of his scanty means to tho oor .Hiuld hand him a iMitoh. Se? R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. be, 1 always took some littlo thing thnt and unfortunate. Ho is usunlly a mis'When I get out on tho rond down This oM sets Hotei;W ttlll saaiataln Trains laatiaa Leaiatftoa at 11 ,j and , theie in Iudinuaolis I just tighten the Ibc it rlae lofMiutlan. Charges reaeosiaMc. Spe- pm dally, esccpt Saaday oaaecr aatin Viacbe.,, I guided ami badly misunderstood indithey all cound understand and then w. DENTIST. lilies and y ell for the others to come on. cial atteeuifla t the trarelmK public rsKKmmia. Ny and putnit en the K C K had no trouble to kindle the (ires of in- - vidual. Stock Ctrowor. .M. I' NHWCOMII, Fiap., "Hut wliat do want with a horso! I'ertmaa House, Ofticcon UaiUl Vestibule frtan New York, I'hlladc N.r.u,(Mdi.ii.M given for paiuiesi digiintion upon the altar of liboity upstair. Mt. Yeraeti, Ky, phta, U asaiactea aad all puiau Katt, arrives at Here 1 am paying a nigger a big pricuto A Pnciiuintlo lllcji-lTlr. extracting, at P m daily Ulackstone kivs, "He who goes about to Fart mall fissmifHaHUnKoi. V. V., and , STANFORD. KKNTUCKY. A pneumatic tire for bicycles has loon look after my Hotter, and you can gamo. persuade a multitude that they are not invented in liclfast, Ireland, which, if ble the coon's asleep all the tune I'm v.atcept p in, dai ly ...wamrti t.XiaiOHat 11.4. Sunda) & WA'ITS, 4 as well governed as they ought to be all that is claimed for it be true, must awny. I'm jiut livin' under a tent, you J. Aa.aJ tL And all lot DR. W.. B. RKhmoad, Kr.. Had potBU on will never lack for attentive andfaxorble make a now era in this method of rec- might say. I was at homo last Sunday IU)WLAND, KY . y mnviH at l.tiinrlon I 10, a m, I hearers." reation. Tlio tiro for a full rondstor U and took ti spin behind the little lions, Keep constantly on hand a splendid line of capl Suaday mt. or iKltls, rates and iloMaaaaio t ar " . - - t altAst. rtif XKlTIUl , During the past year the county of about two and a half incites in diameter and there's no tellin' when I'll sou him (. W. IUKXKY. IkWm Ac.nt Olfiee'Saufi idi Mai.i .treet, in office recently is composed of an outer covering of again. Meanwhile the nigger aud tlio S A Family Crocorios, Lincoln was run in debt $17,000 by and I;.. Act vacated by Or 1. K Huffman, Swnfo'd, Kv trotter an living on the fat of the laud. . ...J.i Ml'kl'IIY,(.enla A building pikes at the expense of the peo rubber, graduated in thickness from I'mdu.e of all And dl them at lhelo.t price VKRlM.IDN jdV "Then, tlieru's IIO isleiglling down in .!. ,rion K JI of an inch, where it .Kindt taken in tsraaNRe at marine .(uolatHMis pie from one man's house to another. about COUIltrr. If It SHOWS tit fresh goo,U day t.lu.a call touches tho ground, and protected by l AKKIKK WATTS For instance the pike from Squire Jim canvas where it is attached to tho rim, night the sun gets in its work next day. Where does ei- which is very broad and nearly flat. In- The whole shooting match is a whiti Lynn's to Ottenheim! pucr Egine nv; one and it's on the market. Hut One And side this outer covering is an inner tube, of that road lead to? power Portable STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. 'line; one Feed Crusher, all in ther end "Jiiji-complete orJer Will .ell any part a per.on may when you get to Ottenheim what then which contains the air. Tho air U you ought to mo that buss." Detroit cvkvhh Newt. H. C. POTTS, want All persons wishing a pleasant life and well and who? Now we are nil indignantly piinited in with a football blower and a lluckeye, Ky pleated wife let them use Patent Flour made at THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Slit. Got it. asking why did they not make a pike patent nir valve prevents its return. Stanford Roller Mills. Call fer it at your Ft 101 have not tfot It an haad, urgt and Vibration is practically annihilated. It was in a book store. Slioonmo in them 10 if they or from Crab Orchard to the it, cet an CENTRAL KENTUCKY It is intercepted between tlio run nml the with a. businesnliku air. She know what Ret it at keep.Mill and I will order from uthem and pleasant the eaarantee while the little private pikes were rami- and interesting lainily ground, and consequently tho framo re- she wanted. 1 SJpl t.RLJlr vrNlYlLlr AMD fvitii. nvr tlu cnniitv In nmt (if smim Y N I'OTrs. Supenmendent el ceives no jar except when un unusually "I want to see tho sets of IkxiIcs you -- ' r)J place to go to? Perhaps the answer will largo hole is encountered. A framo so have for sale." i "' vr-- - . " . ' i ic -- r t' r hJW, . ) r " -' p' Fii M. be the act did not authorize it. Why protected should wear out two frame, "Maihtm, wu have a good many. did not the net authorize it? It was cer- with solid tired wheels; nud not ohly so, What author?" FAST LINE UKTWEKN tainly needed much worse than the oth- hut riders will be ablo to use very much "It is one of iIiomi dollar aud rilx hit LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. ers, one of which got lost near Waynes lighter frames without any danger oi M'tS." iSh 1055100 their collapsing. In a tlfty mile road "Yen, wo linvo many of tjiem. Wiint E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor burg and went braying through the SCMKPl'LK IX KFFECT NOV. i7, ,Ug championship, in tlio Phumix park, Dub- set do you want?" n .No 3. jDushtcsswoods! No 4. Left the "big road" and went lin, one of tho comiKititors rwlo a racinc So 6 South Hound. "I want tho sot that s got 'Ios-a hotter repulition, No Hotel in Kcntmkha scampering like it mad torrent over to safety, fitted with "pneumatic" tires and' rabies' in it K. Sen. Daily Sriatt. Amsriov Gins to Tittimo of Tckhihs. and its proprietor is determine J ttst shall be maintained Well, if they were scaling only twenty-thre- e Clark Reynold's! I.ve Cincinnati DIPL07vmS. 'rounds, and Jtoam fcopm '15 P'. "I hog your mrdon." I.ve Cotmston. I if am I 01 p m Hoard, wnshine and tuition for each term, of twenty l!P unM n good dinner Clnrk's yet it pnsed through tlieortleol an orli..r..M.w " 'I ..J hungry ami wanted I.ve Katasoutb. a 14 am 91; p mj 4 w p m nbmit ;. I irt term npii Ut Tuesday 11 l Arr I'aria 1 n 11 q p ni1 S 40 p m in Aiin-- t. "T p.irtmilar aridrew, "Oh. you mean 'Ias MiMrnblo!s?'n was the very place to go to, but they deal trying even to tlio heaviest makes He has recently ji Jed to its appointments Arr I.UIacton . J Mjiw to ( p m JJ,J I V.ilton Elliott, Phidcimi, Kiuksvilic, Kv. need not have taken the road with them! All iwlil Mm ti..nilili.u without tlio 6lighto:t damage. New p m I.ve I'aits ii m am IJIlHjircl Bi.x"bit."-SuYork Telegram. that's it. a dollar 'ami iii 6 to p m Arr Winchester. it 05 p m Hut I am diverging, led on" by these "diAls p m "j Arr Richmond, I'mucisco Chronicle. to verging" roads, (iive us the old road a I.aacatter .. ... r.iill.lliiui ill Itlnck. Livory Stablo Atr btaatard.. JL M V .m A Arr " : necessalaw with such amendments as " Uxplulni'il. It has long been n practice in this city is l "........ To accommodate the demands of bis imreated Cve Uichmoatl I nm opposed to taxing the peory. Hut In the studio of oik of our lending trinsicnt pjtnwur. upon tlio deatli of any individual whe' J 3 Hwt I'urnculs furnished Arr tterea. Atr l.ieiBjtloa . s : r i ple to pay for working roads. Taxes has been at tho head of ono of tho c.ecu painters a lady of faeliion stands in Commercial I rarelers and others are high enough now. lilaekstone sajs tivo departments to dntj)e the building, ecstasy before a eonvns. No. i. X. 1. N, J "Oh! what a lovely picture! How I there are three things a ninn'must do for over which ho presided with rheup black 1 could 'taint UI.m that! You to to hall a 00 a m ...mm. the public good without compensation: material, andeiFect drop tho flag winding wish me into tiie secret how to do ought 10 5 to let it," produced by J inaht. The Arr Richmond. 11 Repair ro.vls and bridges, erect forts and black muslin around the white marble LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. J.J? .....1:. .' "Nothing can be moro simple, I.ve Stanford .. ; 00 a nt .."....... repel invasions. Dlackstone puts it forth pillars of thu public buildings is decidedyou have only to choose tho propI.ve Lancaster .. J (J a in Arr Richmond. 10 oo x mi in Latin, but as I want to bo understood, ly repulsive, and its maiutonanco foi er colors and stick tliem on in tlio ligiil THE LARGEST AND FINEST I.ve Richmond. 10 p m I give it to you in plain lCuglisli. The thirty days, subject to storms, produce! places, Hiiil tb thing is done." Arr Winchester i o p m ? it a rn1 I will go honn Arr Tarts ."A thousand thanks! t 40 p ml 7 l a in HOTEL IN THE CITY. pioperty holders now are taxed to death results that are damaging to tin buildLte Lexington a m J (5 pm oj p Ol to educate tuejpoor man's children and ing and expensive to remove. Theruii and btnrt nt once." IISIIwuvloii. Lvel'ari p m 50 p in ioo 4 pihI no law authorizing this custom, and il I.ve Painvouih... 4 w p in 9 1 a m1 J 'i P it keep up the tato government, o O e Not Itxt'iiiiiiniiirius. A vinaton RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDlias been continued from time to time by 5 ( P hi 10 34 a hi 6 j p m p 3 what's left goes, according to the Gov- an executive order Ksuod Arr Cincinnati a m 6 3J p m Tommy (at dinner, tlio new miuiatei M ujion thedeath ING TO ROOMS. ernor's message, to keep up Pulaski, of the individual for whom tho mourning being a guwt) You are rpiitu a iiuger. On thcMavteillc Nranch, N'oy. leave I'ant at Knox and Clay counties. My motto is: is put on, ' lielieve? ". "d No SI. r . arrlvinc al 1 " Mayaville at lo 10 New Milliliter Why, no: what makes TURKISH.. RUSSIAN It 111S IN HOTBL leaves MeytviUejs. a m, and I to, p m. No P O H No more new tnxes, no more new offices, In the house a bill was introduced by m 5.13 a m. ainviac at I'ris at S3 you think Ki'r 7 40, an. No u leases at 150 and S" 2. no more new road law, no more new law Mr. Grain, of Texas, declaring it to be arrives at Paris a: tj. p m. These trains are Tommy Mother soys that you stick unlawful to drnpo any of tho public daily esceat Sunday till we all learn the old one! No. 4j buildings, or to exhibit the flag nt hall to your notes mora closely than any e. I.esmeton 10 oj am; arrive. arli Fontaini: F. Hoiiiiirr. in $ am: . i( Snnd.n mast in honor of any deceased erbon un- man she ever hunrd Irofore. I Jos ton No lloai tst ni' maati 5 10 nm;arrhm Falmouth ;S3 less such person, ut the time of lib Herald. U 7iapm; es'i- -- Sundy Do not Sutter any Longer. This ho tier forewarn huntprs, fihernvn and No. 7le.iM. .:moutn on am; arnse CincinKnew nig that u cough can be checked In a da) (loath, was in tho service of tlio United others not le trespass on our lands without per-i- nati 7 5 am: 2. en , It r.fiuiiitli'il llt-- of III111. Suadsv. e"e Ion, as all tuclt will he prosecuted to the lull, first stages of consumption broken in a States. and the Washington Cor. Philadelphia its run's dally betw.cn Learns-teIraln Note Hy a quick shot ho had just rescued est extent of the law Signed. Kngliih and Cmciii sn No week, e hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's ruiMs daily between Ledger. (.incinmin aad l. ingioii. her from tlio clutuhos of a bear. Cough Remedy, and will refund the money to all CiKO. I) IIOl'I'KR, T.J. HIM., O S e N and t - - e cnntiectioas at Winchester whu buy taLe it as ner directions, aud do not find, McROllK.inS.JR. M.S. ItAUOIIMAN, T ' "What were your thoughts when J.M. McAI.ISTKR, A feiuokelr loriHilntsen the N N A M V. Hy ROUT. our statement correct. For S le uy A. It. J. K IIRUCK S II. 1IAUCIIMAN. IMPORTANT -- Trainsof this line now arrive llrujyrist. A now feature in furnace building ii bruin commenced to scpioezOr" was hit S. II SHANKS, MRS. IIKNRY ItAL'C.llMA.V. A M KBI.A.VD at and deoart from tkr Central Union I'asicncer to bo introduced at t,o power house be- inquiry. o K.T. I'KNCR. Our Very Best People JOHN W IIOL.MKS, Station (.iHcianaii, making connections for all "Oh, Charlie, thought of youf De- A J IIAYDKN, V C. 1'AKUISII. points North, Last and Wen. ing erected in Alleghany City by tlie Confirm our statement when ue say that Dr Ackl'hrou(h tickets arid Uj;eage checked ts any I). V. IIOLMKS. Dr. I. W. LOGAN, w 2. o Heraedy i in every ay superior to Pleasant Valley Street Railway company, troit Sun. er's Ktislish I'HILIIKRT RICHARDS JOSH ADAMS destination readied by a railroad. and Tho novelty consists of a smokeless ft. McKINNKY, II W R A INKS. Ff,r W! W'!cuUr any andall other preparations for the throat ddre anv scent ol the Co. J I'li'iismit with istrj IhhIj. HAcoN. s. r. rt. morse. Mr. SAMFOUD IRWIN, JOH.V (i. I.YN.V, ii. 11. raveling' croup, it is It ii a contrivance by which the luns. In u hooping cough and you samplsmaitir I Pass g'r Alt., Gen"! Pass'g'rAKt., Mra. A LICK TUCKER b.)t JolHlxiy (iimmI ii. ruing, air! JOS. HAL.LOU. We offer it and relievos at once. fuel is automatically dumped into tilt Lesington, Ky. Cincinnati, O. tie free. Heraenibtr tin remed) is sold on Uillous Why. sir, I do not now you furnaces, causing rogular combustion, guarantee, at A. R t'enny's. "''i'i VH?(?5-':'r',j- I'INOTON. Jollilxn I didn't any you did, sir. UN ManaKer. proper feed of air ami, it is claimed, nr Good R. B. morning, sir! Uoatoti Herald. r.KNKRM. OKKICKS Th'e Firut Symptoms of Death. economy of SO per cent, in fuel. Lastoi Chamber ol Commenc HuilduiK, Cincinnati, O Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various all, this very economy in tho burning oi parts of the body, sinking at the pit of the stomSUCCESSOR TO ClrtuiiliNtiintliil i:lilciirt'. tlio fuel makes the furnace practical! al, h loss of appetite, fevemlinci, pimple or sores There will be six btokeri are all iiotitit evidence of poisoned b ood. No smokoless. M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, matter liuu it became poisoned it must hn purified placml in tlio new plant, and it is estiIsTFaafc to avoid dcuth. Dr. Acker's Kni;lih Illood I.lmr Ss 11 mated that they will savo the labor ol li.i never fillod to remote scrufulou or syphilitic 7 & guarantee at A K, Gil 4TH AVT2N1JE, Sold under ! liinn four men. This is tho first machino ol US Penny's. - S t lit tii iliu, lian.u sn,,.. . its kind to be put into practical use hi UhiiMiWAV, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. TerrlbleCough That this boction. although it has been intro hurried or dilKcult In the KY. raising morning, tightness in the chest, breathms; duced with great succoss in tho west. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish NJtJAV quickened phlegm, Pittsburg Lotter. Stock of pulse, Llnllinessin the evening or sweats nt night I.iaitiii both all or any of thee things are the first stagus of I'nlliitlons. lltvfr o uuHiptioH. Dr. Acker's Kn; ish Ctuf;h LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI will curu the fearful syiuptotns, nud is sold According to Dr. S. S. Kilvington, the under a positive guarantee by A. K. I'cany Daily, Secures to Travelers, MieoiSKippi river received during the Diugg-istpast year l.")2.C75 tons of garbago one JDr. Acker's Enffllnk Pills THE MOST RAPID ROUTE oilnl, 108.1)30 toii3 of night soil and 3,701 A LiAs Ml re active, effective and pure. For sick huad-I Ever brought to tho nty ol Louisville, now open dead nnimnis from only fight cities; tlu Kver attempted between the creat stomach, ATHD he, disordtrwl biliousness, loss of appetite, been Ohio JG.700 tons of garbage. 21,107 torn bad including the cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, commercial they have never mpluxien and and hence the tallest time and most comfortable train bee iiialod either in Amenta or abroad. For sale by c iHil of night soil nud 3,100 dead animali Is pn KH0X& JOHN B. STETSON & GO'S. HATS tween all points in the South, or to the Weil and A It i'enny, Drupgist . Norlhwcil. The counterpart of this train on all from live cities; and tlio Missouri !)G,00( own importation: of English HaU also denominated tons of garbage, 22,400 tons of night soil "Mr. Slowjinp has proposed to you, And Caps.myAn elegant line ol Canet and Lyon'i irunklines isrolling slocl. v. eThe Limited Kapreu. Oough Syrup. The etiperb A Good employ gives patrons and Unlimited Csinlort and 3(3,000 dead animals from four cities.' my dear." There is nothing pnrcuts slioutd be so careful Celebrated Umbrella always ou hand. Kid Hliay Mi iuhi, get .Menen and 'atick to Mouon. it "How do you know, papa" about as selecttag congk syrup Ilcg;' Cherry Dr. Kilvington urges the cremation o you want te save money and have a pleasant jour, OH MONTH LV SICKNESS , Cough Sjrupcosti tie more than the cheap and inctil "T mot him as I was coming in," most of tho rofusc, and twenty-throSEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, ne For lull IF T A. V.EM DURIMB CHtNfiF nc Uft information, time cards, maps, folders. health ofllcers consulted erU"VDKHGERSUrTERmoWLLBEMDUlLa ferior nostrum thrown an the market. 'Die bests of twenty-flv- o "Did ho look hnppv-GJorcs and other Kuri, a specialty Orders out eW,rallonurndilr4 none too goo , e sure and get UKOGS'CIIURKY XO ViOMkH'JWUDFJia JBOOK bv him favored tlio plan. Now Yorb W. O. CRUSH, T. I'. A , Louisville "No, but his, trotibPi-- wore terribly side of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranIAS. I 8RADFIELD REGUIATDR CO. ATLANTA EA. COL Gil biKLi'. We keep ituti hand at all Telegram. A , Ill j bagged at the knees." Time. 6r W. nARKKR.G A R Puny. Druggist. teed. Don't tail to order a NOMIY HAT. tiyi It M. ROBKRTS. As", itanford sauiatAU. Bszsetsn. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Bobbltt Takcsa Crack at the Road and County Court. Law ' 1 MMRs) mm mi fkfchJMIwt rea-o- n.' fl ftrst-cla- ts st - s IHIIIDTOILSr Queens-ware, J. T. STJTTOIT I'ndt-rtakin- P- - 1 I poor-hous- e, , i QOYAl rROYAL-Ji'- 1 1 jus-tic- e, THE I POWDER Absolutely Pure r k-.-, ni.-n. d iali, 1 1 ' . J , ro-ga- f- NEWCOMB .eH-Vae- ': of . I Old l. 1 . Route ! Washington, I ll I I i 4 $ A . HOTEL. tf"i lp j .. 1 r Sj-t- 'Tto . . PENNY, j CARRIER inii-jiiiuiirauivrn- iii - I aa ... Dentist. J-.- ' For Sals. K. one-quart- er i j ,,.,,. HROMIII-.KC.Tia- ey - KentuckyGentralR.R. K it iionx' cro-cor- y, poor-hous- e LzKRrtA J D3 13 It I t- THE MYERS HOUSE w - 2 - , . t Jli-to- - ' . T 1 lillj I1 Pool mid First'Class -- Parlors 4 . , !pn - ( ' ' .Varth-llena- THE GAL'rjrOUSE,;,...,.,. ma-dam- . - ss s-C- J . It la . o rr-C- . . OSJ 1 If '5 e SS !.' Mayts-iM- 4 1 POSTED. . r n 1 - " 1 "1 -- Ton-ny- riu-n:i-- ? 1 ( fur-mice- . ajpos-itn- e 1 ' y 'M.ABt-.Cinnnnat.- . GEOGEGHAN. WM. ADAMS SON, 1 I ! 'J1R ..' . -- HiS a a, LEXINGTON, A FAST MAIL gJI?MJnELD5 pEMVLE- k$ tfirj? liwne-do- . ai jrn'T I 5SL fl mm I 11 HAT world-reuown- rd A'ENSTRUATI0N o l3-- I