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NO. 69 FOR RENT 67-t- crntlc ConitreMionnl Committee, nml CRAB ORCHARD. from reports from nil over tho lTnion ho OR SALE. The afternoon freight, treasury conio to their relief? Huiloesjwus able to sny that the democrats The Home and Lot of 14 Acres on the DanNo. 33, killed a fine cow for Mr. A. II. ville pike, one mile from Stanford, now occupied Havmgreceived a NEW and ELEGANT MN'E iiwi, via una e.uiie tiirruinry went inu would incruarie tlicir Btrengtti nil over by Mr F Thurmond. It i well improved, hat of Kail and Winter Millinery, and secured the Ilastin, Tuesday. Con- - other dny when n money tunic wits ' tho North nnd Northwest. services ofMrs Edtmiton, I invite the tidies of fine orchard, i;ood irarden and water. Democratic Candidate for Wowilluuin McKinncy and wclnity to call at lower room of Several typographical errors in the MKS KANNIE DUNN. threatened in New York and asked tho 8 members in Ohio, 2 In Massachusetts, erand.i Hotel. Gives an Accoun Of greSS, Teachers' Association report showed us MRS E J.TAN'NKR, untikiTH nml broken what he must uo to I in New llauipHhirt, 1 in Connecticut, Stewardship, His 7Mt McKlnney. Ky. up in rather a had light to our fellow toM him to raise the price nvertit. Thoy in Michigan, 2 or in Iowa, 2 in New pedagogues. of percent, boiiiln to S123 nml roili'iMii York, in Pennsylvania, House on Lancaster street in Stanford, containin Kentucky, Heese Ward bought this week of O. ing three rooms and cellar. Good cistern holding . , , . of ,ieI w, h 12 in Ten ncee, in North Carolina nntl in P. Nowland and Sam Cochran 20 head about 100 barrets of water J. yard. 11. HIOGINS, I forbid kinfolks and their folk's folks, my folks IJV two and pay l) months' interest in advance in South Carolina and our majority in Sur.lord, Ky. ami their folks, as well as colored folks, to trespass hogs, averaging 213 pounds at 3.(0 of .. ... . .... .i... i .l.i.t.. init. or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm uii uiu ij3. illinium uiu p.'opiu ?i,uiiv the next Congress wilf bo at least 20. per cwt. U. II. Hronaugh bought of without my permission, or they will be punished 000 and was done solely in the interest Flower, the chairman of tho committee, to the full extent ot the law I mean what I sav Win. Henderson 2 feeders, weighing THOMAS C HALL. Jan of a class, the money men of the Hast. writesth.it tho outlook is oven better tho Country A Crisis Confronts pounds each, for fUO. Dan Ilolmnu Hveryactof the republicans has been than a month ao. The democrats all Owing to my continued bad health, t have formnnd Evory Domoorat Should bo in the interest of nnd H. II. Hronaugh sold to Heese Ward either of tho three over thecountry are aroused to a realiza- 5 ed a partnership with my brother, John L. Elkin, Equal to tho Occasion. of mountain cattle at head cents. under the firm name of M. K. fclkin .V Co , to Lot on Main classes, manufacturers, railroads and the tion of tho crisis that threatens tho Street in Stanford themselves 1st. Persons "Sociables," as Dan Slaughter po- take effect Oct will please callknowing and settle. at once money kings. They paid the bond country and ho believed that they indebted to me Containing acres. litely christened winter play parties, aro I am unable to see you in person and need my Although Saturday was a rainy and Thanking you for your holders in gold, while greenbacks were would express themselves in full force at "coming in" again. Tuesday night there money badly. past, I ask continuance otliberal pa- Terms easy. e disagreeable davuenerally, a T. R WALTON", Stanford same totronage in the n legal tender for all other claims, and the polls. Respectfully, was one at Mr. Ilayden's, iu the Cedar ward the new tirm. full of people, principally farmers, eject- demonetized silver because M F ELK1N. In conclusion tho Kovornor thanked its continued for Congress, Oov. ed our candidate I coinage benellts tho farmer and tho me- the democrats of Lincoln for their par- Creek locality; nnd Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Will Curtis invited n large James H. McCrenry, when be arose to chanic, who constitute more than js of tiality in the pnst and urjjed them to let Fruit Troos For Salo Cheap. bevy of youngsters to their home, nnd, them. Ho commenced by saying the No bill has ever been nothing prevent them from voting at tho ser-nI Grape that it is always a pleasant task for a In the corporate limits of Rowland. passed for tlnnn In nil the history of re coming election, for never was there after nllowing them to enjoy themselves and have a nice lot of Aptile Trees,raising, forVines sale. Raspberry 1'lants, or in all pleasant pastimes, regaled them Apple Trees 15 cents each my own who has tried to faithfully perform publican legislation. and others in propor8 H J. DARST, Rowland. more at slake than at present and at no as wish to close out the business tho duties lniK)sed upon him, to render The governor designated the McKinloy time whs a tremendous popular disap- with a nice supper of cake and ices and tion, P. I. SIMPSON, them away "by the light of the Stanford, Ky nn account of his stewardship nnd it was taritl'bill ns the collosal LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. curso of tho lHlh proval of iuiiiuitoua measures more im- sent especially pleasant to him to have so ma- century and said that Monday, moon" hymning the praises of their exportant than now. Oct. ti, The undersigned will rent for the year 1801. on ny solid and thoughtful men to listen to the day on which it went into reasonable terms, her Farm ol 330 Acres iU miles The above synopsis hardly conveys an cellent host nud hostess. cllect, irom Miiledgevilie. Ky. The renter can hivethe Mr. Joe Pleasants, who lately rewhat he had to communicate. Ho had will be known in history ns "Hlnck Mon- idea of Gov. MeCreary's two prisilege of seeding this Fall. Applv to houra' with Mrs. NANCY IfcVkMVc not come to amuse his audience We offer day." The republicans say to the farm- speech, though we have endeavored to turned from California, purchased this the George for sale privately our farm known as banville, Ky. Anderson place, mile from Huston-villweek of tho Lincoln Land Co., tho house nnecdotes or attempt to thrill them with er thnt the bill is in their on the Liberty pike, contam'ng 43 acres. interest, but briiiK out the most important points. It 6 rooms and well watered. oratorv. but to tell in a plain way how this is an insult to their intelligence. Call It was a splendid speech, splendidly deliv- and lot located near the depot nud Rood dwelliug of House and Lot al Crab Orchard Tor Sale, be nnd his fellow democrats had striven robs them all along tho line, increases ered and was listened to with tho closest known as the Ottenheimer cottage. The ou or address us at tiustonviue, rvy. ELLIS. JOHN' MARY ELLIS. to prevent the outrages committed by tho necessities of living and does not in- attention. The compliments were nu- price paid was $700. Mr. Pleasants was A!S3. once a citizen of our town and we are the party in power during tho crease the price of their products. It is merous nod profuse and wo heard sever vins property, one Hlock from Depot. The house session of Colore, which began with a the taritl' that enabled Wanamaker to al republicans and one or more prohibi- glad to welcome him and his excellent contains six spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one family again into our midst. scandal nnd ended with one. Having make JS.000,000 out of gentlemen's cloth- tionists declare that they would open porch and portico, with all necessary out- Ho will vote the Henrv Hester farm secured every department of tho govern- ing and furnishing goods the 21 years for McCrenry as sure as take possession of his now homo as soon I offer forofsale privately on Dix Notho 4th of in bottom land River; at acres Crab Orchard, ky.,cr me at Pineville. Kv of 60 acres -t SAMUEL ULAIRM. D. ment tho republicans hnve thrown oil since ho whs a mersengor boy nud ena- vember arrived. Let old Lincoln ;ive as practicable. balance in grass, tovin in wheat up and all new Prof. J. V. Smith's wife arrived The dwelling has 6 rooms; there is anearly barn, tho mask nnd heaped outrage after out- bled him to pay $200,0w) for the honor of the largest majority she has over rolled new. good well, fine orchard and fencing Terms, half cash, balance in one and two years, Thursday from Ohio and is with her husrage upon the people until n crisis con holding n cabinet (tosition, so as to give "P. with interest. II not sold will be for rent. Pos fronts the country greater than any that his family standing in band at the Harris House. Mr. and session given January 1, 1801 society. It is the DOBBITT'S U. S. HISTORY. AMS. Stanford, Ky. w. 63.tr Mrs. Dr. Pettus are visiting relatives in I have finished my new Saw has over meunced it except civil war. tariir that enables Andrew Carnegie to Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford and am prepared Miss Lizzie Gormley is Tho constitution, which guarantees equal clear J:t,000,000a year on tho manufac- Here are the First Two Pages of the Won Richmond. 10 furnish anv kind of LUMI1ER, SHINCJLES. rights to all, exclusive privileges to none, ture of iron nnd steel, notwithstanding back from a visit to Lexing- ST,I,1!ICES- ' "ill "II the lum. derful Book. berat the mil tasuit purchasers. Give had been ignored nnd the republicans he whs working at $10 n day 23 years me a trial. Pestofhce, MAYWOOD, KY. or A vast continent lay reposing under a ton J. V . Brooks wns hero ono day Inn! onlv in the interest of ago, anil was AB. BASTIN gray mantle, woven by nature, in tho si- mis wees. Miss uettio lliggms wns Personalty, Crop & Farming Imit the criminal donation of classes and against tho masses. plements. lent loom of centuries I Like a mon- c died home from Somerset by the sud200,000,000 ncres of tho public domain to 18SO. There never.was such a Congress as railroads which enabl d John Hockefel-de- r strous ginnt it layextended, with its head den paralytic attack of her brother-in-laI will sell to the highest bidder at my residence 1 Mr. George II. King. Mr. King is Blue-Gras- s miles west of Stanford on the session just closed. It was a carnito rise from nbrakemau to the owner pillowed upon the frozen bosom of the val of acnndal, commencing with Tan- of 20,000,000 in a few years. During tho Arctic ocean, amid whose eternal ice, some better, however, nt this writing. Tuesday, Novonbsr 18th, 1890, Immense stock ner's reckless conduct of tho pension snow and lonely desolation no G. C. Davis has moved back to the J. H. of fruit and ornamental trees. war the taritl' wns raised to 10 per cent. thaw-lestie- Urapevinej, Asparagus, small trees, aid The following property: which caused the president to to meet tho expenses of the coullict, but Bound ever occurred to disturb its un- Collier cottage. Mr. Charles Sayers nnd for the lawn, orchard and garden. We have mand his resignation. The deapoticrourso now 2o years afterwards and wheu peace broken slumbers; its loft hand extending family have removed to Jessamine coun- Fifteen head fancv harness, saddle brood horses, no agents, but sell direct at low prices to the planter. Write for catalogue to Mules, t pair ol of the Speaker, who, running Hie uouse reigns supreme, it is raised to C0 per to the broad Atlantic and its right laved ty and there is now moping around town l'ortvfour work of NEW YORK CATTLE, if head H.F. HILLENMEYEK, . ,, if Lexington, Ky. without rules, know no authority but his cent. Kvery one of the necessities of by the dark blue waters of tho wide Pa- more than one young man with hlnck! Fiveuot sold before day of sale; fat Heifers, 8 good 6 nice yearling Steers, j Milk Cows, 8 Calves, a Hulls, i yoke of Oxen, I own sweet will, ignored the precedents life are increased in price by it and ob- cific, anil whose gigantenn feet presented crnpo on his hut. -F- ound, on last Sunday evening six slack, of 'pure Timothy of 100 years and disregarded tho rulings ject lesions of it are occurring nil over a front to tho further exImplements; Hav, joo Locust endorsed by Clay, Blaine, Carlisle ami thecountry to show the republicans panse of tho Antarctic ocean, with Lake miles from town, in the middle of nl One handsome newPosts, FarmingHarness, t Surrey and m'd-topped- , who hud how great was WOO(U, ll muddyI desire to sell my farm of about ton, Household and Kitchen Furnitute. the other Illustrious Speakers, their mistake to permit Itasca its heart, tho mighty Mississippi rto acres, about xji miles north of Stanford on th buggy, drawn by Terms made Known ou uay oi saie E. II. JONES. presided over tho body. Tho republican the bill to go into oiled before tho elec- itsnortnnnd tho Kocky Mountains its wheeled, broken-shaf- t Mrs. Kuth Branch pike, opposite theold church. There are about jo acres in wheat and rye; the balance majority of three wns not Butlicient for tion. The governor read a list of tho vertebra'! The most fertile imagination a sorrel horse aud containing two or the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling designs, so tho unseating of demo tremendous increases In the duties can scarcely grasp tho huge dimensions ol rour rooms and kitchen and a splendid sew their barn; Is well watered and fenced. Possession can , damsel-strucfancy-fedcrats began. Kight nud justice- were showing how blankets, for Instance, bad of this undiscovered monster, as it lay be given immediately. For particulars, se democrats, A- Bailey, Stanford, or write the nndersignedI. P. OF trampled under foot nnd nine at been increased from (Ki to 110 per cent., supinely reposing amid nature's wildest dudes. Said horse had the harness broCincinnati, Ohio. K. WITHERS. ranging all along to over nnd tin plate, which is used in with majorities solitudes! Upon its broad and expan ken on him nnd looked tired, nnd the VftluaTjlO Lincoln County Farm. the man 13,000, were ordered to give way to re- ufacture of nil kinds of tin vessels, Ac, sive bosom no trace of civilized man had unlit fliiilpci linil nn T'ln.Rmirfnr nnd Adair Circuit Court . I publicans, who hnil no further claims more than doubled, notwithstanding over left its impress. The gray moss of expression on their ill C. Baker, Admr. with the will annexed of W. ' ' Williams, decd., I'M., vs. John V. W.lliams, domitnrs , luinlv .., n , whirls K.nnLW) centuries deeply rooted in the dust of tsnl ,.... .. , w.. than that they would act with tho W'J; 'osell privately my residence and c , uetls. j .Notice there is not a manufactory of tin plate in nw house has pan. decree in the virtue nant party. Two Northern republicans this country. 1'nless the iniquities and ages, lay heavy upon its silent head. The thongonyofnu "inwnnl strife." They, Byrenuerciiof a inc acpicuiucr abovrd styled ofcase, try front verandah, five rooms, store room, good back porch latticed, the as term, ivyu, tloor of the cellar tenderly han- - Adair Circuit Court, I will, as Special C oui mis- - all witli windows on bouth side; outbuildings had had a list light on tho great luminary of the day, whoso fiery were wrapped in inequalities of this bill are remedied the new, consisting of meat house, henery, coat sioner ol said court, ou House; Kennedy, a republican had de- speaker saw nothing but ruin for tho ag- eye looked daily down from his blue died nnd brought to town, where the house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are good cisterns, one nt house, the other at the two stanounced Senator Quay, the chairman of ricultural and other interests of the West throne above, could not penetrate the owner may have them by culling nt tho Thursday. Nov. 13th, 1890, ble. There is an abundance of fruit, including raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, hurenu, proving Hepubliean National Committee, as and South. gloom of its mighty forests; the Inteiuok Joi'U.val the thick Cn the premises, sell to the highest bidder at pub crapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple n felon nnd a Judas Iscanot and tho latIV .IUU IO IUUIIIII'i trees. Also some nice Jersey lic auction, on il CrCUll Ul UI When Cleveland retired from ollico ho pale Empress, the beautiful queen of property nnd payini; for this "nd."rtiiol-nCos and heifers a equal installments, ... certain Tract of Land known bred to registered bull. Ono harness horse, one l Tim Itiuricr Uiurcii was . , in ,n UllC0n combined horse, both geutl and can be ter had not opened his mouth In refuta- left tho largest surplus ever known in night, covered tho summits of its tall w .v f drisen by U) vestry entrance Co., ont be AVaters of Hanging Fork, andimmedi- - woman or child. Ono buggy and phaeton. tion of tho charges; Cannon, the republi- the history of any government. There mountains with her silvery sheeu, nnd from ran Danville to Ilus- Also acres of pasture land, which will be ate.yoninepiKeieaung rt UUv.00 .1... T....,..t iys,U(UIOl.s tonville, about iS miles from Huston ville, being sold in one piece or divided into lots to suit purUI.OHHJ can chairman of tho committee on ap- was not room in tho treasury to hold the far above their lofty heads tho refulgent 'P..0.la...,S,.l.r lS .r:t.. 'JktlV vt same land deeded bv wm. v Those had used Btich vulgar Ian. money and a pit had to bo dug In which star6, the bespangled livery of night, Medal Contest, a brief announcement of the Hudson by deed dated August imams id and chasers.golden wishing to buy a lot cheap wilt propriations, 39, 1883, H have a opportunity. galClerk's recorded in the Lincoln u'liii'li nnntiir,il in nnr hut riuinrf Tin. nflire. which reference County Court full de J G. CARPENTER, Stanford. guago ns to cause the ladies in tho to store it. lint the vast sum has been danced in twinkling silence their eternal . is made for a to in orUeaUtllUl girlS, SIX largo lUUl ,criptI0n, containing a5S Acres a Roods nnd 34 leries to tleo In dismay. Finally, of glory! Of all the learned men Ungtlt-oyesquandered and tho treasury vaults aro cotillion ue ouereu in two or nunc roles. Bald lauu der to placate the negroes, Yenable, of ns empty as the Mammoth Cave. The and wise philosophers of the Old World, our small ones, attired in commence- tracts and then all win together, and the bid or bids as fairly as Inst year of Cleveland's ment day finery, were enrolled ns con- will be accepted and reported which realize the Virginia, who was elected administration, not one even dreame that such n contiAnd STOCK OF URUGS FOR SALE. largest amount of money. upon the same same the governor, was selected ns a victim tho expenses of the government aggrega- nent lay iu this division of tho globe, ex- testants, und, iu each, it was easy for At thewill selltime and placeotandLard containing the Tract Desiring to quit the drug business at Huston terms nnd his seat given to Langston, a crea- ted $3!)o,000,000; this year it is $o01,000,-00- tending from ocean to ocean, and almost one to seen winner of ono of the two about 40 Acres, more or less, conveyed to said ville I offer my entire stock of fresh Drugs and handsome silver medals, glittering on the Williams by A W Harper and wife by deed dated Chemicals for sale My stook is completeili every ture who looks more like a mule than or JlOd.OOO.OOO more than in 1SM from polo to polo! Jan 1, S67, and recorded in said office, lying in particular and the business is a paying one in marble-toTo chancel table. In the said county on the waters of Harris Fork. any human being ho had ever seen. Will also rent the entire house my store Hut there arose a man, of humble nnd notwithstanding the tremendous Bonds required of the purchasers with good seis located in. The house contains 4 cooU upstairs of Row J. G. Livingston and J ml go prevent the consummation of this out- revenues of the country there will bo a birth, a rom date of sale and rooms. in the walks of curities, beannir interest G. A. WASH, Hustonville. rage tho democrats used nil the means in deficit at the beginning of the next fiscal lowlv life, born at Genoa, in Italy, who W. O. Hnnsford, Prof. J. . blllltll nnd hawnjr the forte andCeffect of a judgment. Com'r BAKER, Spei H 1L their power and at last left tho halt in year of o 1,000,000. Ought not tho peo- from much reading and diligent study o' Mr. J. R. Bailey were selected to net with rtiK It was then that Rood ordere I ple to drive from power a party which geography thouyht that such a continent Mr. R. Lee Davis ns judges of the condisgust. of power tho doors locked, nn usurpation lias not only squandered the surplus, existed. Hut his theory was derided nnd test nnd these three took their sent in Arbr.HBli.r-rnltle,ueiiln- On account of continued bad health, I desire to wonli kltlucya uuU blast, soil pmaicly my farm of 310 Acres of never before attempted, and that it was but increased tho expenditures unneces- laughed to scorn by the learned men and front of the carpeted dais, where every land at a bargain, in a tins state ol fertility. Would cr b4 torpid Uvr. promptly kicked down by Kilgore, of sarily over $100,000,000 sell 300 acres with improvements. crowned heads of Europe, and his gesture and tone of the declaimers could Location one mile south of Stamord, and the laying of the farm bo uoted. The programme, gotten up last scene of tho disgraceful Texas. The After referring to tho admission of schemes of discovery, which not only There are all ofllic necessary imis superb. provements, including a frame dwelling ol five session was tho arraignment and dismiss- such Territories to Statehood as Wyo- gave to "Leon and Castile" a new em- under the auspices of the W. C. T. U., rooms and hall, a targe basement barn, and all of the r nud read by Miss Mnry Robinson, conof tho republican al pire, but ultimately gave to civilized man buildings new For further information, apply to his K000 ming and Idaho, each with less thnn the altogether of temperance pieces sisted UOIIT. McALISTEU, Stanford, 48.1m House, who, not content with population of an ordinary congressional a now world, were ridiculed ns wild and salary, hnd caused tho contractons to pay district, solely for party advantage, and chimerical. And cold, pitiless poverty and wore soinewhntly touching we con- have a spectrin of fort on tbNO organs, timulallnir I Iio botroU, giving naturhim from 20 to 50 per cent, of their the denial of tho right to Now Mexico joined hands with scorn nud derision, fess, when set oil" with the personality al dlstcliariria wltUout atralulug- or of these innocent maiden declaimers. Thus tho Congress opened amounts. sfrtplitBTt auil nud tho three cruel sisters danced in and Arizona, because they would add to s with scandnl, developed a series of jeering mockery around the destined AIL were well recited, but it was appawith a tho democratic strength, tho governor rent to tho audience that the victory lay to tho klduoTM, bluiltlcr aud liver. No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, during Its session anil ended branched out on tho Force bill, the grand- great discoverer, nnd thus for IS long and its proprietor Is determined that Miss Xorah Dunnigan, Miss Tbcy aro aUutcl to old or young:. scandal. years "chill penury repressed his uoble between shall be maintained. digressed n little to est iniquity that ever disgraced a civilizSOLL I2V12IIYW1I121U2. Allie Fish and Miss Eva Sieger and with The governor here ed country, the most audacious, arbitra- rage" and tho coffers were closed aud say that he hnd heard that his old friend, ry and desperate measure ever otl'ered in tho ports of Europe locked against his some impatience the decision of the He has added to Its appointments Kwell, who thought ho was running any legislature. It is a blow at tho rights exit. Hut it has beeii truly said that judges was waited for. Computing nnd against him two years ago and who seems of tho people nil over tho country and a wheu any great discovery became neces- - adding carefully the marks of ench, as to have been permanently retired, had declaration of war on tho South. If it is snry, or the conveniences of civilization to articulation, voice, gesture, etc., those Also kicked himself till bo had worn out one adopted race conflicts will insuo nnd require some new invention, or thnt august personages decided that Miss First-Clas- s A Saloon, or more pair of boots, because ho had disorder and turmoil will take the place some important revolution should ho Kva Steger had won the largo mednl and ....... nJn little Miss Freddie Myers the small one, CONSUMPTION Where the choices wines and liquors ate Ltrt. tne goverum o election of peace and good will. not contested Commercial travelers will rind eiything Tho measure to horuoupou tho shoulders of somo con- and these memorials wero at onco prelor their comlorl SCROFULA by 1,540 mujority, after seeing that elections from the people nnd quering hero, Providence nlwnys raises sented to the winners by Mr. Davis had been take tho in a 13,000 majority BRONCHITIS place them in tho hands of Federal su- up the man to make the discovery, to dig brief presentation speech, iu which wero EMULSION COUCHS turned out. pervisors had passed tho House and is out the invention from tho exhnustlees CCLDS Let us look at some of tho legislation still banging like the sword of Damo- mine of science nnd wrest it from her re- some complimentary words for the noCURES the disble women who comprise tho W. C. T. Wasting Diseases that added further infamy to luctant hand, nud the military chieftain cles in the Senate, ready to fall on tho U. The vocal music by tho choir and graceful acts of tho session. First the side that tho people decided in tho com- to lead a people groaning under oppress- instrumental music by tho cornet band Wonderful Flesh Producer. for the coinbill, which provides silver repealed ing election. If tho republicans carry ion nnd sighing for liberty, to tho goal formed no insignificant feature of tho Many liavo gained ouo pound age of S2.000.0000 a month was the House it will bo passed at once, if the Of SUCCCS3 I por day by its use. contest which was all in nil a very crednext July, and which to take efl'ect democrats win it wo shall hear no more Scott's Emulriion is not n eccrot Mr. Martin, inspector of factories for itable entertainment. Next mouth two demonetizes silver. It is tho is paralysing of the Force bill. Therefore it is the du- tho State, of Peunsylvnuin, reports: "I more silver medals will be given away roinedy. It contains tho stimulatof currency that ty of every lover of liberty to go to tho regard Wanamaker'a establishment ns n ing properties of tho Hypoxho3-Ehite- s dfc and we hope the list will be fuller. agricultural interests and mortgaging polls and Bay by his vote I will not great nnd puro Norwegian Cod county. In 1870 there leads to gilded house thnt farms all over tho HUSTONVILLE, KY. Oil, tho potency of Loth Two brothers named Thomas, who every man, have tho methods nud customs of 100 dens of vice." Wanamaker pays his fewere S52 in circulation for is used Are (till In the business and ready to do being largely increased. It 1S00, years rudely set aside to perpetuate one any. male clerks $0 per wbok nnd requires had been at enmity for years, met at tho woman nnd child in tho lnud. In thing In the Undertaking line. We have a full by Phybiciaus all over tho world. bedsido of their dying mother, at tho circulating party in power. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes 04,000,000 of people, that out of itthoy pay the'ir board, CO with of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly For the month prior to his departure cents car fare nnd dress neatly and beN. Y., and fought while her lifo 20 years PALATABLE AS MILK. new can be obtained on short nonce Mr. J. U. medium is 5400,000,000 less than from Washington, Gov. McCreary had comingly, so as to draw custom to his ebbed nway. She was dead when the Green bas charge of cur business and will show by all DruggMs-SCOTSold our goods to any one seeding anything in our unnatural encounter was over. R8Vhen tho farmers get in tight places j acted ns chairman of the National Demo- - Cheap John counters. A BOWNC, Chemists. N.Y. taf. 64.tr QOV. JAS.B. mCCfiEAR lire ..' llnnni'iiiHy niuliloes thu tlir'nt'iiflofwith hi nvy losses, tho I - south-boun- d MILLiaTEire. i 1 'A FOR RENT. And Tells l!e Outrages Perpetrated Party in Power. 1 1 1 1 1 POSTED. 1 6-- tl 1 1 . 1,-1- areFXRM:. 1 FOB. SJLX.EI 1 ro 1 court-hous- I- . ml-dre- For Sale i Twenty Building Lots nt 1 6a-i- FARM FOR, SALE. jo-- tf e, 4- -t Farm. For Sale. ni-l- it or:vV. IP-A-IiIj, 3- 1TEW SAW MILL. six-week- s' PUBLIC SALE 3- -y Nurseries. of-tlc- every-thin- g 1-- storm-beate- n KoTys"" 6j-l- Fsorm For Phae-dens- e Sal. situ-ate- d j d tight-pantse- d, high-collare- d, llnger-riiiKe- k Commissioner's -- Sale ,,,.,, v.. FOR J33LI.E 1 prop-er,- y 49 II tin-foi- l, Ci, pulpit-railin- g & A V1AU .. .. S7-- " HOUSE FOB, RENT 1 1 0, p nb-oen- lc. wool-combe- r, I 5j-a- m 6i-t- d 1.1I Advice to tlie Aged. ffl ma i BAM, blue-cras- s 4! J V n post-maste- Tutfs Fills IMPARTING VIGOR .t scan-dai- THE MYERS HOUSE ' Pool and Billiard Parlors y ( dem-ocratswi- th SCOTT'S I prac-ticnll- y con-tracti- J. T. STJTTOIT CO., i half-wa- y k ' l'en-jiej- d, T SJ up this way last week affectionately disInterior THE-- . amongst tho female teachFlorida's population is stated nt3W,-3-J- tributing taffy ers and girl pupils. Frank is u natural nn increase of 120.SU2. mixer with tho masses and would blush Dr. Kalfus, tho 7Sth victim of the Stanford, Ky., Octoher2S, 1890 with maiden modesty could ho hear the Louisville tornado, died Sunday. current comments after each of his visits. Gibson's warehouse with 75,000 lbs. Mr. Milton H. Rudolph nnd wife, nee TP. of tobacco burned at Cynthiana. Miss Lou Carpenter, a native of Lincoln, Conductor Walton, who caused tho of Wichita, Kansas, nro here visiting of) erect to terrible wreck on the Cincinnati South opportuMrs. Rudolph's relatives. Mr. R. is an DEMOCRATIC TICKET. em, has skipped out. do come we wo corwhom Inn row at Cumberland Gap Sunday accomplished gentleman,of We so For Congress, our oldest and dially welcome into one George Martin nnd Junius Xorvull, best known families. JooSalleo, one of were killed. of Big Some time since the wlfo of John W. tho unbob corner lot speculators omul it necessary lo pass High-er'- s Stono Gap, Higher, of Franklin, eloped with 'Call For Meeting of County Committee. Tho deserted through Hustonvillo las Thursday. Mrs. landlord to Tennes-eThe members of the Democratic Coun- husband followed them thither, killed L" is and daughter, of Gainesville, Tex ty Committeo nre urgently requested to Mrs. Higher nnd then suicided. a, returned home lift week after a pro- A We below to keep meet at Stanford nt 1 v. M., Saturday, of tho Ohio Legis- tracted visit to West Knd relatives. Tho extra low to by too memNov. 1. It is important thnt every Mr. Wm. Reid. Sr. is still confined lature adjourned after passing Gov. We 'too to his room. Messrs. John and Jim Alber should bo present. CinCampbell's bill giving the mayor of Chairman. Will WeathTiios. people to , cinnati power to appointa Hoard of Pub- len, Jim Goode, Buck nnd er ford put iu two days fishing in Green tho next lic Improvements. Just n week from River, near Dunnvillo, nnd caught 7.) House of Representatives is to be elected bats of about 2 lbs. average, tho largo.--t CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. by the people of the United States, who :?A lbs. They brought the fish home Mr. Miller has offered a resolution with them and nearly every family in will be piven au opportunity to express fid. executed, themselves on the brazen ellbrts that the that the General Assembly shall make town can furnish individual testimony I! e to to have made to perpetuate suitable provisions for tho establishment a? to the excellence of the fry. With nn republicans on their party in power. The tarill' bill, the and maintenance of a State library and abiding faith in tho belief that a s "ofturning out of the fairly elected demo- shall create a pormanent fund therefor to deceive so sins will find him out, the party crats, the admission of rotten States and out of the State revenues, which shall bo made no secret of the fact that they ap so tin. hi, the demonetization of silver are before inviolato and be expended exclusively in preciate the capriciousness of fishes, and every by we the people for endorsement or disap- purchasing books, manuscripts, map, tho necessity of a variety of baits, nnd II, got proval. If tho democrats will rise in charts and such property nnd effects as went equipped for all emergencies, even oods . . .ir-rfnot, their might nnd do their duty by put- ordinarily belong to and constitute pub- to a snake-bitft we Moreover, no IhhIi ting the seal of their condemnation on lic libraries. a, do whacking processes were permitted and of Goods, these and other iniquitous measures, we This is tho new preamble adopted af- every fish was taken in a sportsmanlike hmixn of the Force bill and ter several weeks' of debate. It is a great shall hear no more manner, fishy as the tale will svem to of scheme to take from tho improvement upon tho old one, which some anglers) ?) I know A general apthat other to States the power to arrange their own contained no mention of God, nnd reads: preciation of tho immense benefit to our Let there bo "We, tho people of the Commonwealth congressional districts. Set. streams that will rapidly follow the such a tidal wave of popular opinion a3 of Kentucky, g'rateful to Almighty God adoption of only hook and lino in the shall bring the republicans to their for the civil, political and religious liber- capture of fish, should result from the senses and cause them to stay their de- ty we enjoy, in order to secure to our evident increase of fish during the last signs of fraud and force. The democrats selves and to succeeding generations the year or two that wholesalo seining has oftheSth district can help emphasize continuance of these blessings, do ordain not been practiced. le.trov seines, nets Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 31. the disgust that every honest man feels and establish this constitution." and traps and iu three years Green Riv McCreary the largest by giving Gov. er will afiord sport to rod and lino anDEATHS' DOINGS. majority he has ever received. Do not A violent gale mired on the glers second to no stream in Kentucky. bo deceived by the fact that ho has no Mr. nnd Mrs. O. 11. Waddle, of SomTom Pavne, a native of Russell comi eoabt Thursday ami Friday, doing in . avowed republican opposition. He may erset, mourn tho death of their infant ty, who had latelv taken the road in tho damage to property and shipping. The ' have on election day. So go to tho polls daughter, w hich occurred last week. Rov- interest of n wholesale grocery house, Woburu House, a summer rusort on and cast your ballot for him nnd through died was here one day last week nmongn his' oro Reach, was destroyed. Simeon Denny, aged nearly ( him for free and honest government. at his residence in Rockcastle, seven inanv friends and next day they werel Mimtor Blackburn, whilo returning miles west of Mt. Vernon, Friday night. shocked bv the news thnt he had been ' from Iexiugton to Versailles erlv i c The "Old Roman," Allen G.Thurman ' years ago, 4. ' in a milroad wreck near Somerset. Uy morning, whs thrown from his Has the larL-o-t ami will be 77 years of age November 13th His lather, who died about li lived to be li:. They lived in the same simultaneously with Mr. Payne's gv and severely injured. His collarbone n. Lme4.rn.tr. V and the Thurman Club of Columbus, 0., A .T. during their long term of lifennd death, a few miles further on, nnother was broken and one shoulder wib k on fsat UtKhfrin MOST COMPLETE STOCK will celebrate the event with a banquet locality tSVLrJ-?r--,Ti-i- . were among tho best citizens in Rockoccurred in which the los of life ' oil. of the grand old statesman. in honor OH and railroad property was almost equnl Tresident Cleveland and other distin- castle. r J. Knox Frnzcr, a prominent young to the collision of two cannon ball jms- v su,u - i mmi' Cnimi. v v. j7rr guished gentlemen have accepted invifti1k fvj lawyer of Monticello, died at his home senger trains near the same place two or men of London, The bjunlr. tations and will be present. This ollice hist week of paralysis. Ho was partially ever suown in btanfortl at prices years ago. It is wife to attribute united to uuti.Vr fomu lii.OOO. are bein ; has also been honored with an invita' r i V fi i 1.7V .""W .,-- ; bm"-3&rparalyzed n couple of months ago and the grenter catastrophe to the crow of!1"""1 to combine and form.n trades as low as the lowest. fchall leave the waiting tion, but we tho r. dress of their grievunccM has since had several strokes, tho last fie freight train, as every responsible . I h.nc one of the best wntch-maker- s suspense a to its intentions. world in Remember that . ' It in the Stato, r member of that crew was killed or is and tho nnteelion of their interest. oneaffecting his entire system. Mr. i is iKMuted out that their average wages who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry . . d, Repairing. Don't have to clever gentle- missing. Suppose that the gauzy charge was a Judge Piiyou makes astatement which rajJge from ,g tt, lW u (Uj. for wmch Kngravitifr of all kinds beautifully done. Old will surpriso most people who have case8 man, a hnrd student and nn nble practi- that every member of that crew was they hnvo to work nino or ten hours, send jobs to the city. by special or- - Nor in thin the worst, for it not infre gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade in the Court of Appeals, and think they tioner. Besides n loving wife, he leaves asleep, whilst and work is solicHe says two young children, who will sadly mifs dor to await the passage of other trains, quontly happens that these peripatetic ited are a long time being heard. and I guarantee .satisfaction. A.'R. l'KNNY. who is responsible for such an exhausted lulvertMor apply in vnin for employ that the court will be up with the dock- a fond and loving father. et in three months. Outside of the cases condition of tho road's employes that an ment three or four days in succoesion. cutupl-iin- t HUSTON VILLE. is th Bubmitted at the present term, there aro entire crew falls asleep on duty? That Their chief middle men.against theycontractor, or who, only about 100 cases to be disposed of. Misa Sallie Alcorn, of Peyton's Well "corporations nre soulless" has parsed clmrgo double w hat they pay. "The court is closer up with its work," neighborhood, died of heart disease last into tho catalogue of American maximc, hn.s uitw Ikvh inkn up Th said the judge, "than any in the coun- Tuesday niiht. She retired hearty and but when their greed leads to a criminal by the labor human of the Salvation try." cheerful. Her mother was aroused by disregard of human life, which is not Army, which has issued hii tixnl ti a convulsive movement and found her simply homicidal, but merderous, 'tis various religious, philanthropic and com- importer tells the A Piiit.Ai)ELiiiiA call a halt and use n halt tncrvinl societies inviting them to a.MUt Record that on a Biugle invoice of $2,407 dying. Her remains were interred in about time to er on a few scores of the immediately re- in the movonient This body nndert'ikw worth of worsted goods for working men's Hustonvillo cemetery. to supply bill distributors ami sandwich-meIs Receiving His Mr. Boyle Reid, of Boyle county, sponsible agents of those soulless corpowear he paid tariirchargesof $'MS, which nt tho rate of Ss. 2d. a day, th two accident near Sum- shillings going to th men theniNlv Linrations. After the of courso he will add to tho price. Tho late of McKinney. will return to Huston-vill- e mit spotters were thick, scores of emand tho odd enco toward the payment $37S then comes out of the poor men coln and take an interest in the Roller Mills. Porto Peacock, the ployes were entrapped anil discharged of expcnHfi. Tho discovery hiw been who buy tho goods. And yet tho repubGive him a call. of reformation made, mado that n large projortion of th" men Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. licans are trying to convince people who model" clerk of the St. Asaph Hotel, was and n great show up Saturday to see tho changes since he but the murderous mishaps continue as of this clikss in London ro discharged do not reason that the tariff is not a left nnd his friends were glad to seo that before. Statistics show that in America soldiers without pensions, und as many tax. hnvo young fnmilii to support his shirt front is not covered with the more brakemeu ar; killed nnnunlly in of them their destitute condition can catly ln allowed us a letter sparklers which typify his profession. .GO TO. the discharge of their duties, than pas- realized. London Letter. Gov. McCuk-vuwas a sengers in the almost daily collisions, Though Wednesday, from tho chairman of the Wisconsin rainy, sloppy day, a larga and lively and all because some coupling device, C!ilnrii u Hunk Itnlilirr. Democratic State Committee, which A St, Paul dispatch to The Chicago the gratifiying prediction that tho crowtl attended the Reyniersou sale on which would insure tho brakemen democrats would elect a majority of the the Fork and stock sold high save iu against accident, will cost a royalty. If Tribuno Bays: "On thu arrival of the Common and grade within tho province of om con. con. let Chicago. .St. Paul and Omaha ti.im this legislature, which is to name the success, rare instances. morning Detwtivo Mwon or to Senator Spooner. It is to be hoped ewes $4 to $7.30; horses ioQ to SI 10; cat- the subject receive early and thorough arrest Wing Shoo Hnd Geoplnal under "MODISI, Slu.m, two that this is not of tho nature of that kind tle and hogs well up to the current attention in the matter of constitutional Chinamen k their way from Now York prices; corn$l.S-- tocl.03 per barrel in safeguards, which can not be overridden to Portland. Tho roblwry 'or which tho of news said to be too good to be true. shuck in heap. Coinbest it Allen by legislators on tho alert for the main Celestials wto hold was that of tho Mife Whkneveu tho news gets scarce in the bought !) irood cotton mules, loj hnnds, chance. of ono of the largoht banking establishEast some epterprising reporter sends nt Danville, at $100 each, one at Reynier-6on'-s ment in The Diflles, Oro. Tho s.ifo was Coiicliimtn William' I.ucU. blown open anil robbed of $10,000 on out tho rumor that President Cleveland sale for $81.75 and a lot of feeders Coachman John William's, who guards Sopt, 15. It wan found that tho robbers has dropped dead.- - This was done again of over 1,000 pounds average at $20 per the horseflesh of E. C. Howo, of Bristol, had tunnell under tho building from n last Friday, but fortunately it proved un- head. is iu luck. He has jast returned from a long distance, and had calculated cortrue. The great taritl' reformer and econA largo and fashionablo crowd from trip to California, whero his imclo died rectly whero to strike under the bank j omist still lives and will occupy tho Hustonville and suburbs went to Dan- recently, leaving n largo estutn. Tho vault, when Mr. Harrison retires ville Friday night to hear tho celebrated White House (ou $7,500,000 was lxiueathod to "There was at first no clow to the to obscurity. cantatrice, Louise Kellogg, whose almost John nnd his brother William, who lives of the bold deed. Suddenly GO TO- every season on the Btage since wo heard nt Blackburn. N. Y. The wealthy suspicion was directed toward wsvorul Col Billy Bhkckiniuuge is makiug her 15 years ago, has been positively her Theodore Ludorick, immigrated Chinamen. Some arrests followed mi.'. tho welkin ring for his cousin, C. R. last. Danville has been especially favor- to America from Metz, Germany, in n part of the money was found. The Breckinridge in the 2d Arkansas. Ho ed by the "only big town" cards this' 1849, during tho gold excitcmont in Cali- authorities got on tho track of the two epoke at Lonoke to the largest political year. Scarcely had sho recovered from ' fornia, nnd ho went to that stato with who arrivwl in St Paid this morning, gathering over witnessed in the State. the furoro resultant from Forepaugh's only enough money to pay Ids fare. Ho and their coming was awaited by degot into tho mining business and proa- - tectives. Tho two Chinamen wore Hlx. other points will have the benoiit of granuu; aggregation, wnen nerneiguuors pereu. in itr.u no was wortli 10,000,000, searched and four largw knives woro Stoves, Stoves, Vases, bis oratory. are again posted with promises of a trest bnt during tho panic in 1877 ho lost found in their ponsethiou. on tho blade Stove heavily. Before his death ho loft of which was eandy hoil, which is reTuk Elizabethtowu News bays that nn offered but once in a lifetime in a rustic millions to charitable institutions in garded as proof tliat tho men wore en- Also full line of Hardware. We make a specialty of Cutlery. 'if Sole census of 1SS0 and tho re- village. Ul that prevented your scribe Inn country. Philndolphiu Record. error in the gaged in making the underground pu- agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. of tho C & O. shops caused that from increasing the ticket office receipts moval BUgO." We also handle a full line of Queensware and Groceries and puaranton Courted Nlnr fllrl at Onco. town to show a decrease of population is tho trivial reason Abe Fulkerson, poet A Iloom Ton ii la Kcutticliv. of Boyle, gave for not attending At Lowell Williuut Anderson, who was our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard best this time. Prohibition, it declares, had laureate "Fifteen uronthrt ngo," saysa man who n certain big ball which lie immortalized arrested on suspicion of larceny, is qnitfl in the world. nothing to do with it. them, "there wero not n a character. In his possession was found has just in his book of '"occasional poems." jxKiplo in MiddlesWough. Ky. Wo have it from good authority a a memorandum book, recording tho fact dozen Gov. Hill's train collided with a ho was courting nino girls. For Now it has a population of 0,000. An freight nnd knocked him out of three handporao young lady that Liberty is that English syndicate worth $20,000,000 is likely to loso ono of her best young convenience sake ho had them numbered building tho town. They have opont appointments in West Virginia. ono to nino inclusive and when ho from I would reipcctfully inform my oIJ Iricnds and Pat Taylor, engineer of tho passen- lawyers. Whilst Louisville will profit by had occlusion to refer to them in tho 100.000 in htniightening n creel; which customers that am again at work at my profesThe Lincoln National llanl of Stanlord, Ky., sion and would tic pleased to receive any work in runs through it. nnd have encircled it the way of ger train, has since died, making the 7th Liberty's los, it is not probable that the memorandum it was by number. cioswcun .us a Tairs All noteholders ailU othe ..." " aBa,n Mni Association are hereby bar will receive an addition, aa the gen Ono entry is tho fact that No. 1 became with n fcoventoen milo dummy lino. victim of tho C S. disaster. notified In nrnnl !. "" claims against 20 squaie,on which were tleman proposes emuarking in Borne: awnro that ho was escorting No. 0 to They have pnt up electric cars and elec- Watch, Olcck or Jewelry Repair- the Association for payment More than 6ouiW-tric light nnd havo nbout completed j. 1,, OWSLEYTHsJiler.- ing. r or business, places of amusement His description cotton compresses, mills, factories, &c, soven furnaces. Also repairing Sewing Machines, (Jims, I'istoli. ..... ..... ....w... .,u. IM,U. ....... lib sf were burned nt Mobile Sunday, causing tt.fiir.1i u'ill nfrWril linaf nnnnrrnnitina u, of No. 7 would mako hor tear her hair if Business buildings costing less than I.ocki.&c. All seeing all the beautiful girls which prom-- . she road it Whilo trnvclinsr Anderson $10,000 nro not allowed to bo OLDa low of $700,000. built and "Work Neatly and Promptly Dono recordod tlint ho hnd letters from eight lots nro selling for as much as A rock threw tho express train on enade that thoroughfare of world-wid- e a of tho girls in ono day. Anderson claiin3 And Warranted by WEdTHERFQRD HOTEL. the O. & O. off tho track near Hiuton on celebrity, 1th Avenue. Should tho gen a residence in Portland, Mo,, and was at front foot The bonds of tho circular THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. engineer and injur- tleman need camtal and assistance in inn ono time a polo player. Cor. Boston dummy line hnvo been gobbled up at HUSTONVILLE, KY.. the 23d, killing the Room up stairs, Odd Fellows' buiMInc, entrance 113. Tho syndicate own 100,000 ncrea new enterprise one iuserion in tho I. J Globe. next door to ing several other train men. P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. iu and around the pluco and linvo already At East Pepperwell, Mass., Leighton will bring applications by the bushel. steamer, P. H. Kelloy, struck a realized f 1.500,000 on tho invostment The Broa.' shoe factory burned, also three res- Young ladies need not apply the genMr. Arthur, the manogor for tho syndiidences, seven stores and a block of tleman is neither widower, bachelor nor snag nnd sunk 35 miles below Memphis. cate, gets 185,000 a year for his serriccs, fu,nf.Vh25 'i,dn,hc "bive 'l.:nttedrand re I The cargo was saved in a damaged can and last Christmas they mado him a site hare removed my office to Imy, residence, oppo ..- - .m I..'.1. ?m PreP,'eJ to accommodate the pubhmrdins-houseTbe loss is estimated benedict will be found at all 11?. ......w... .,v,c. Female College, where Kates reasonable Good HUGH KEIO. Livery and Sample Rooms 94 School Commissioner McClary was dition. present of $50,000. Now York Tribune times. auached.,.,,.! at 1300,000. Semi-Weekly Journal NEWS CONDENSED I 5, W. WALTON. LOUISVILLE STORE are getting the lively through JAMES b. Mccreary. brotli-tr-in-law- s, Pronounces the greatest bargains ever the public. Such every day. The whole town rings with the talk nities not selling cheap. m i'f? e. great deal for selling much. bet-sio- the market. prices than trying , get much. Slow work, tliis were never good at it. The daily papers have warned think it easier things to-du- y Lookout for Counterfeit Money fisher-man- e. Recently put into circulation in this conn try a cleverly enough pass most people unnoticed. also desire put people their rfuard about counterfeit clothing and shoes that is for sale in this town aiul ten up cleverly as the most credulous. It's an open secret That no house carefullu guards the interests ot its natrons as ira n,,t. ting honeefy into transaction and oJenng only such as can recommend, with our established guarantee. 'e're the and tho una; tne quauiq isQcnume, not only claim counterfeit, an sell better quality and belter grade but Clothing, Shoes, Dry Boots, Hats, 'Trunks, Carpets, yc. at lower prices than any other in this section the count ru. Do not forget get as many tickets as possible on that handsome Plush ?. . H Parlor THE LOUISVILLE uehiThe Old STORE SAI.INGril, Malinger. Reliable Jeweler in thelLead. 10-1- , Fn-kille- d bug-Almo- st ' crush-wrec- JSyajaB L t'j.VN r M0 m --- A. R. Penny "t. u-- n-- 'i oati-thre- e w P5Smr 7S Vn((hiu j $ .. To.i. -'- I Fra-ze- warm-heatte- side-tracke- d j r, quiin n FALL AND WINTER GOODS. , con-tune- d o A.WARREN'8 GROCERY" Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. -- " For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars Jelly ft k N in-tct- ier-potrato- rs HIGGINS OOONNEY'S Boards. Coal)l Heating bot-er- al Hods, Fire Sets, Cooking Coal Ix-c- n TO THE PUB3LIC. 1 Hotioo, I A side-wal- k street-corne- a -- ost-ofli- 58-- tf REMOVED! s. - I Vi - ; jsi! m ,," -- Til w Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. OcTomm LS, 1800 "Cocoa ntMnrk Hanliii'fl. ClII.SCIIII.l.A FitEsit for men, nil OveroonlH at M. F. Klkin Foil Hunt. Mnin Fish Tliursday nnd Saturday & Co.'s. Tlie denirabio residono-o- Stanford, Ky., U.O.WAUTON, UUS. MOnQKOf A. F. Moborly bought of W. street now occupied by Mrs, a nnir of marcs nnd a Coal iiodi, coal vus8 uiul kituhun sols Ilettio McKinnoy. Apply to J. J. ' ing for $100. just ri'ceivL'd nt Murk InnliuH. 1 wool, only $5. Joo S. Jones. J. H. Cnrter Rold to n Mnrion county man n couplo of fine brood mnrcant $140 and $100. K. Am-on geld- Taki: your iipj to .lot S. .lonim' nnd AtTKNTION Ht'NTKIlS. Hon. It. C. (etloct.4. Opposite Portiiutii lloueu. MEANS BUSINESS. Warren says the published OamoLaw is Come to headqunrters for Koit Ubst. My dwiillini; on Upper incorrect. 1'w your accounts. I moan you. A. breech and muz.lc loading k,hi powder Main street. Miss lAce'w 0. Uenxley. H. Penny. .. m shot and loaded shells, at low priced for Watches nml jewelry repaired nml Wantkd. 100 pounds of nice butter cash, without any new tarill'dutios addwarranted. A. It. Penny. The bent laco to buy (lrtipi, patent nnd 800 dozen c'ni. A. C. Martin, May- - ed. W. JJ. Mcitoberts. lit medicines and toilet articles ih ni a. n. wood. m m m ' nil-wo- ol C. L. Itiley, of Versailles, sold his lino filly, Semper Fidele, to W. It. Letcher, of Itichmnnd, tho owner of Hill Letcher; prico $10,000. Cnntnrla curea Colic, Conntljvitlon, "Cat orl a Is j well odAptrtl to children that Sour Stomach, DIarrha'n. Em lation. Kihh Yofii H.uiv. Those of our readPenny's. I recommend ltoanupcrlortoany prescription Kills 'Worms, t;iej Elttp, and promotes diMkn's liov your school books, Ink, tablets, suit of led undurwear ers who visited Crab Orchard Springs II. A. Ancitm, JI I)., known to me" rection. paper, pencils and bcliool tmpplius of all onlv UB cts. Joo S. Jonos, opposite) Port, last summer will remember n dashing Without Injurious medication. Brooklyn, K. Y, Ill So. Oxford St., kinds from A. K. iVnnv. man House. little beauty from the West who kept a Tub Ce.vtach CoMnsv, T7 Murray Street, N. Y. certain divine from Danville in dismay Go to Jou S. Jones' and sou what kind PERSONAL POINTS. of a sliooJI will buy. Call for "sample and surprise by saying to him at tho mot t Miss Katk II mi. is vMtinn Miss Doug- shoes." inoportuuo time and in the moit be Opposite Portman Houso. las Woodcock at Danville. witching way, "Kiss your baby!" Tho Miss Maiiy CoriiTs, of (ireonsburv, is preacher did not liavu tho courage to TiiKlticlimoud HenisteroAciaims: visitlni? Mrs. I'ukin T. Courts. Pox liobbitt is writing a history of "sip tho nectar from her ruby lips" hut Mu. J. C. Fi.oiib.nvk lias been appoint- tho United States. Good doiiror the young lady met one who did in ed I.. A N. njjunt at Junction City. The Commercial tdls the tale: us! Mn. (i. W. Hakkii lias returned from "KIsh your baby" were tho words that Yoth tuxes must be Hiid during tho startled the Town Talker a few nights Mt. Vernon unit is at Ids post upiln. month of October, fnless they nre 0 ago at a small reception. He was standMis M uv Kooi.k, a little beauty from Lebanon, is visiting Mrs. II. J. McHob-ert- per cent, will bo added oh Nov. 1. T. D. ing behind a curtain that cut oil" a little To ihe Stockholders of the First National New laud, .Short!!'. Bank of Stanford: alcove from tho rest of tho room. The will leave for (iKoiiuK II. Hnri-Mn. At a meeting of the Hoard of Directors Wk have the most complete lino of words were uttered by a charming girl, on bu.Miuwi for bis gouts', ladies and iiiIsmin' underwear of who is visiting Louisville, and who was of the First National Hank of Stanford New York house. any liouse in tiio city, hII at old prices. a maid of honor to her highness the held October 25, 1SO0, the P.oard were of Mm I)i'isit Hui.kv wont to Danville Severance t Son. IJuoon of tho Satellites. Sho was speak the opinion that a capital of $200,000 wns to In ar Kollotfg and and remained seving to a handsome broker. Without a sullicient to supply nil the legitimnte And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole Tint weather has been rainy and moan word, he leaned forward nnd, tnkiiiir her eral days. of the bank's customers and large J. II. M i u.Hii started to Baltimore yes- for several days. It was really cold yes- nt her word, kissed her full on tho mouth. onough to amply secure the depositors; Agents for the Celebrated terday with tlvo cars of export cwttlo for terday and a freezing temperature was For nn instant she stood as if thunder- and that such a reduction will enhance promised for tho night. I W I.ff. struck. Then, drawing back her little the value of tho stock and increase its Mm. J MKh Maiian and Mr. Jno. Onts, hnnd, struck the young man a sounding earning capacity. It was therefore re Wiiii.k lowding a slove nt Mr. I'oter of Wiiliatiishun, wore uuosLn of Mr. and blow on tho cheek. Without waiting solved that the question of reducing the Straub's Priday, Ilimiu Sullivan lost his Also a Large Assortment of Mm. J. lV Davis. for an explanation, she turned and rush- present capital from $250,000 to $200,000 footing and foil, the stove failing on one K. (i. Hail, of Soinorsot, cuino up ? ed from him. This will probably cure and the return of tho excess of $50,000 WOMEN'S AND CriiLB.REN'S urlay to wo bis wife, who hns Iwenwlth of Ins feet and mushing a couple of toes tho young lady of using thi expression. to the be sub. MEN'S, oir. her parents here. initted to the vote of the stockholders on In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mtvfiiis Caiuuk Wool and Mary Miller, A ooott deal of our reading gpneo is November 29, 1SP0. if Lancaster, have been the Rttets of glren today to the list of rlnims allowed As tho law authorizing a reduction of Screwed. Gideon II. Prather, 75 yours old, and Miks May Helm. apuiiibt the county, but as this Hko thro times a widower, and Mrs. Annie the capital of n Nntionnl Hank requires a Mish sir II Ki.n returitoil Saturday Christmas comes but once a your our & of its capital, it ia.e.irn-estl- y HIASTD Csmdeii, a v;idow of ', obtained license vote of fruin a pleasant visit to Mrs. G. W. will excuie u. requested that every shareholder! Hand-Turneand were married nt the bride's residence Goodyear Welts, in fast almost everything needed in in New Albany. sign the enclosed power of attorney nnd near Waynuburg Sunday. It.ui.nou) .Mies. Call Slid tho ItAn.HMAS bss rf turned MissAsvik It is atated that Mies Georgia Humes mail or leave it at the bank, so that their the Boot and Shoe line. um! chiiipHt watch cflM-friin Louisville, w Intro sho wont to tko will marry Mr. M M. Duncan, of Lexing- votns may be cast in the event it bir sinter. Alice, to ha vo her oyes trontwl oror introduced hero. All gnuloa of ton, in tlio enrlr spring. Mr. Duncan is they can not be present at the time prices and movements nt i't. ( uestlinm. Very Respectfully, ' a sou of Maj. II. T. Duncan, of tho Lex- mentioned. Miw, Kn.v MiF.i.wAtx, of Franklin, gBintHl, it W. II. Mcltobertfi', 'llio J. S. HocKiai, President. ington Prrag, nnd is connected with the A. C. SIN'E. J X. MEXEFKE. faded t arriro wImiii the I. J. stated aJowolor. paper. few ivs.ies ago tlmt she would, hot camo XKW AM'KimSKMKXTS. Vftr uu benefit of tho Matisbii D. F. Anderson, n staunch old bachsat.iiday and U now with the Mteses l1 country peoplonnd tlioto who do not elor of the Goshen neighborhood, and ,ur'1euro to go out nt night, the Mrt. Tom Mb) Addio Vanliook worouuiledin mar. FOR SALE 0E BENT. ,.,, ...,. f, . I.. , UOL s.... riage by Klder J. G. Livingston Thurs lnii,itloll kuii rewvwi n iiimim The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. . of t! o CnRtlemau. chainimn fr mi tmaVf Nov 1( )U V,dun,s Opera lloiiho, day evening at 3 o'clock, at Mr. Larkin 221 Acre3 of Land in Lincoln Oo. LXJ3IUKR, Committee, asking him to Mate Central !.;, ,10 prices will bo 15, 25 and 85 Vanliook's. SASH. ees ... ... , iiiiiko mreospi.ec.es wns I'art of the mate of R. V Given, dee'd. Tho nerformnnce will oominonco Invitations have boon received by MOORS, LATH. Ij6'v acres tront on the north side of lltli district, but tho Mission of the court promptly at 2:IW r. ji. her friends here to the marriage of Miss lord and Nnou Lies turnpike, adjoiningth Sinn- K. prevented a coinplianw. DtMiny. A Lewis Porter to Mr. Chnrles F. hemp land lanrc part of this tract is excellent Miki.Tum Tiii'mn. Count nnd Count- Mnry Ihe balance is in corn and zrass. H"S. 7. F- Smith, of lxmisvllle, the Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. 84 acres in gra lie south of said m'.. ad- her home nt Glasgow, Nov. I. historinn, who is a candi- ess Magri, Huron Mngri and a coinpnny Terry, nt dictinguished joining A. K. Denny and Capt. lien Powell, with, of pwdnllv artists will I at Walton's Misis Purler visited Misses Mattio and in too yards of first trait will Both tracts are well date for superintendent of public WOVEN WIRE & FENCE. make a sui farm Maggie Owsley at this place a few years uatervd and ai a whole Liberal lime Klven on deterred payments. tmii. wiw hero Friday getting c Onora House on next Saturday after- not od before January ist, both tracts will If ago and will bo remembered as a very ho rented, separately if desired, for ttie year 1E01, liinmlcd with the people. Hois a fine noon and evening, Nov. 1. Tho Countess beautiful and lovable young lady. We carry a full stock of everything found in a January t Magri, or Mrs. (Senenil Tom Thumb, as gentleman and well qunliliod for tho fi. W. P OIVKNS. Executors. JAS C is more familiarly known, is as at-he seeks. "CHURCH AFFAIRSr tractive as over, ami still holds lior place Hey. L. H. Salin, tlio converted Jew, Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract CITY AND VICINITY. as nueen of tho midgets. Count Magri commenced a protracted meeting at tho for building. SINE & MEXEFEE, Stanford, Ky. and ids brother, the Huron, are two little Baptist church, last night, to continue They, together with the Hn.iiKST cash price paid for hides and swordsmen. & ' Countes, will be seen in sketches and till further notice. furs. M. F. Klkln tfc Co. l Mr. P. Simpson has taken the pautomities. I lie rest ot tne company Mkat ci'TTKits, lard onus, sage, &c, at consists of vocalists, magi- - agency for Dr. Carroll Kondriek's now OP LOUISVILLE, Higgins McKinney's. cians, &.?.. In addition to these, Mile. book, "Iloligious Issues, or Utiles and Principles for Hiblo Study," nnd will Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer in Mrs. Polly Garret in will apj.enr with her troop of .r0 Day UoAiinmts wanted. 25, 35 and 50, supply those who wish it nt $2, which Is Offers the Safest trained jiigeons. hvening and Host Profitable Colfey, ljincaster street. very cheap considering tho size nnd valmatinee 15, 'i't and :t5 cts. AMD ue of the work. I onKit my entire stock of qiioonsware, INVESTMENT In the circuit court, Friilay, Thos. Car-to- r Missionary Society of tho DanThe glassware and woodon ware at oot this Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. was found guilty of throwing the ville district will meet at the Methodist week. S. S. Myers. In the market. club that fractured the skull of Alex church at .this place Friday evening at 7 a rfinc lis? pairs of sample shoes and Iwots at Walker and was given three months at o'clock and hold over Saturday and Sun-dimanufacturers' prices, opposite tlio Port- - hard labor. Alex'was able to be out or Miss Libhie Pegan.of Millersburg, I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) ho would not have gotten oil' so easily whose singing has boon greatly onjoyed man House. Joe S.Jones. Every Dollar Secured by First was here, will be present and will nssist the .Meadows, lor lot on John Foil Hunt. House ami Lien on Improved Real 'acquitted. There were no Common- - choir. Whitlev avenue. House contains throw tvctilth cases Saturday and at noon the A KIG Estate. -I- tev. K. II. Penrco delivered during rooms nnd hall. C. C. Withers. court adjourned till noon yesterday, the S. S. Conferonco hero n vory enterOi u men's line shoes have nt last in- - Judge Morrow speliding the interval taining address on "Tho Growth of the rived. Come and tit yourself nt unco with his family at Somerset. The .Mart Sunday-Schoo- l Cause During the Past Just received. and so is Century f Methodism in Kentucky," in while tho sizes are complete. Severance 'Smith case is set for of Hill Teeters.for shooting Marshal which he Mated that the first Sunday-scho- ol Twclvo (12) Per Coat. Dividend that Son. Jlfacca-ron- i, . 'Newland. Tlio grand jurv is said to bo Declared and 53,041.00 Surever held in the United States was apple tree halt full of green apples ufu,r tfe bar.rooms wi,, As Ox Soup, 8hiir,, blick, conducted by Hishop Asburyat thohome plus tho first year. nnd tho other half in bloom is a freak of. Yesterday most of tho young men of of Joseph county, Crenshaw, in Hanover French Peas. ESTA beautiful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; Glassnature now presenting itself on the farm nn8tolu.jj0 wuro Sumnioned to tell Va. He also said that tho wife of a of Mr. J. II. Prewitt near Hustonville ware in new designs; Quecnsware and Tinware. what they know about violntions of Methodist minister suggested the plan Samples of both blossoms nnd liquor laws. Call and see me. No charge for showing goods. of Sunday-schoo- ls to ltobert Kaikes, who have been left at this ollico. Tho case of tho damage suit of Win. is known as the founder. Wo inado lib- Paici-U- p Stock Sold During , was eral notes of tho uddress, but unfortu-lint$105 a October Tiik Count and Countess Magri (tho Wright vs. tho Cincinnati Southern wo went to press. It is v lost them. Sharo. latter Mrs. Tom Thumb), drive around on trial when got Ho $1,000 from a jury in a carriage no larger than a Saratoga for $5,000. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. tt e Court of Appeals by boiho trunk, drawn by a pair of ponies about before, but error ordered n now trial. Tenchers, do not forget that tho Assotho size of an ordinary dog. It is a cute ciation meets at Stanford next Friday Bight, well wortn coming to see. iney t seems that the con Wiiiti: Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paint3, Oils and Window Glass.Wall will bo heroSaturdav afternoon and even- - ,uct of younR 1M ionH.stt.r for t10 iabt evening nt 7 o'clock. An interesting 011 will bo on exhibi few months, has not met with the exact programme has been prepared by tho 1111? nml their turnout Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, ' fail to hco it nnd tho per approbation of a nnd those who nre nppointed tion. Don't vigilance committee Jewelry and Silverware. foriunnce. committee and during the last week ho to open tho discussion on tho dillerent . Entrance Fee and Co cents a month. communications stating subjects should see that thoy got themThe directors of tho nrot ISiUionnl received several selves there well equipped for their task, ho must mend his ways and be a Bank of thin place, boinn of tho opinion that that the meeting may bo both interestRailroad Tho capital is mifUcient to sup- better boy. Tho young gentleman ing and influential. All dlhers not prothat $200,000 not, however, nnd on Satnil tho hi;ititnnto domands of tho heeded them ply 5. ho soverely repented vided with special topics are expected to WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. 2 hank's customers, resolved at a ineotinn urday night last for ns ho was going bo at their post of duty and join heartily n 9 a in - that ho had not, 3 ? Saturday to submit tho question of ren in tlio discussion of tho themes as they n .1. .,.!.,,. It tr. that iimntlllt tlin l''('(.m of homo that night n couple of masked men n a. n stepped up to him and witliout warning are brought up for consideration. OFFICEKS: 3 .2 5 o0 000tobo returned pro rata to tho G. U. Fitv, Kditor. After to tent him unmercifully. a " O Q O "S. stockholders. Tlio voto will be taken bcRan John H. Leathers, Prutident; him to their hearts' content FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Nov. 20 nnd powers of attorney will bo John L. Dmilap, s ij they gavo him .1 ecture, te ling him that en A. J. Langham, Sec'y and Treai.j sent by President J. S. Hockor to each 1 rj ft hii- lM,9t offenses would Ono good Jersey milk cow for sale. M. I'hillint, General Mnnagtr C. .hnioflHiirhnM., far their decision. j: V. B. McKoberts. uy wiii,.iuuK uou.iiy se The move is a .mr.,1 nn. Tho initn "u rowiinieu 2 "3 ' B. K. Wearcn sold to J. P. Kmbry n vere and hereafter no had better chnngo n "i of this bank luvs always haen too largo. O w 5 They then pair of mules for $255. for tho better. reduction tho earning capacity his coursG By tho DIRECTORS: & Co. bought of M. F. M. F. Elkin told him to light out, which ho did on a will bo increased, the depositors will bo hogs nt short notice and a few seconds later was Herring 20 head of r; 'z: s u H. V. Loving, John 13. Cattleman, amply secured and tho stockloldors will D a. 5 lie does not Il.Go. 0 safely housed at homo. Harry Wcislr;er, John II. Lesthen, o still have tho same interest in tho O U a T. L. Lillard, of Boyle, sold his fat George M. Davie, guilty parties aro, but who tne John L. Dunlap, 3 3 J surplus thnt thoy have now, which know P Geurgc H. Kaitin, Jchn U. Pirtle, says that ho could hear nt least 25 voices cattle to Kratz for dolivery next Saturday will, of course, increase tho value of William C. Kendrick, C. M. Phillips, saying, "Whip him, kill him, take his at 4.10. J. S. WELLS, Ph. O. Preso.Olk. ) M. Cabell, B. H. DANKS, Jeweler John S. Morris, their stock. It requires a voto of 3 to scalp," and tho like. The young man J. A. Hugely, of Boyle, has bought J. Jouei, Paul A. G. Lanitham. reduction, which it is thought make tho Stephen E. Jonct. is pretty sore over it and says he will of Cecil Bros, the weanling lilly, Robert I will be secured and have votes to spare. certainly hunt the parties down. Main Street, Opp. STANFORD, Ky McGregor, for $1,500. 74t page. See copy of circular on this $107-000. Foil-Uiiu- o Iou-isvill- e. Nelson trotted tho fastest half mi'o ever made by a horse of either sex, over the Cambridge, 111., race courso Friday. The first quarter was made in :50f and tho half in 1:0::. August Helmont's fitnhles head tho list of winners tho past season with Morris comes next with S15S.000, Senator Heart third with $110,000, Green .Morris fourth with $S5,000, W. L. Scott with $011,000, Dwyer Hros. $(15,000, Withers $U,000 and J. H. Haggin $51,700. Ike Dunn bought of J. T. Hacklev, of Lincoln, Li mule colts at 55. Judge J. S. Hobinson sold to the Messrs. Henz ley 14 nice feeding cattle, 1,300 pounds, These gentlemen have boug'it at about S5 head of feeders, of course extra good, at "1 to .'IJ. Lancaster Ilecoid. .'? ti.'S!o5vSo!5S5m3ssSS3bI for Infants and Children. W k ft Our s. Stock is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, ds m SHOES, two-third- s Kro-me- r, sewed machihs sewed, d, flu-e- tt gold-nllo- d lint,-po- ns rock-botto- STAGG & McKOBERTS. j - .., . nr, Stanford Lumber Yard, SHINGLES, tit-u- FLOORING, CEILING, IJONIIS, SIDING, SLAT - in-8tr- Manufacturers of j po-biti- S9-- FIRST CkASS DLYtraCBEH YARD. , ' The National Building Loan Association bell-ringer- ROBERT FiEpIZEL.J i &S&T6HES, ILOCKS lEWELRY. ' y. Specialty, nouso-breakin- LINE OF CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS to-da- ! Fresh California, Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Vermacella, Tail iM! 41 ' aj-pl- el at MARK HARDIN. DRUGS and JEWELRY C.u-s.-I- Installment Stock Sold Payments of $1.00 a Share - HAMPDim Best -- WATCIHG, Watch. t, g areP'ton' J-- - i P r ? MS 195-pou- aia -- I $ $10,-50- -- - n S "W. B. MoROBIBTS, Court-IIoui- . .. M Semi-Weekly S" InteriorJournal LIST of CLAIMS. 1 Published Evory Tuesday and Friday STATE OF KFNTUCKV, COUN rv OK LINCOLN, Gooch, Lilburn 3 days hauling " Gilpen, Geo. tf Goscr.B. O. 3li " " Gooch, S. H. 4 J t: Sc, t.ooch.G T. 1 SG PER YKAR.IX VDVANCE $3.50 will be charged.-Vr. SMTWhen not so paid Tlu following Is a list of county claims awarded at the October Court of Claims, 1890, $ 3 t A'corn, Antoni. viewer on county road 10 00 Adams, U. C, 4 days haullngon co. road, " " 5 Armen, Chas. 1 Alcorn, Dr. Ed, medical attention topaupers 13 75 Adams, W. L. a days hauling on co.road, j 00 '" " lb OO Anderson. Dan'l. 4 6 oo Ador, Christ cash paid paupers Ashley, B. I., a days hauling 011 ce. read 5 00 1 CO " Adam, H.C. viewer " " 5 Uford. George, a " a " 5 w Afford. Jack, " " 5 Anderson, S. 2 11 Albright, Uriah 4J4 i ) Ashley, 11. I., a a S Ashlock, Mrs. M.J. t " " " Alcorn, D. J. iK I 73 " " 3 sx Hell, Chas. R. a " a " Ilurke, Win. J o 69 eo lliair, Dr.S. medioal attention to paupers Same, ' K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. Train leaves Rowland at. t 3:30 p.m. m., returning L.&N. Mill train going Express train " " Local Freight LOCAL TIME CARD. North ...115 a m ti6pm South South tijopm North 337 am -- f 30 urn . North S3'pn Snuth The latter trains also tnrry passengers. The above l calculated on standard time, Solar time is about 90 minutes faster Humbcr, Jas arf Powers, W. mde fttr Mupers Penny, A. R. drugs lor paupers Pett.rd, II. F. atHceref dl.eiiuu Penny, W. II. dontli-- t account ' S Goh Bros. Portmanft Hanghmati, ron fur ctKtltn Gairitson. Dr. J. R med. atten. to paupers 40 00 Peyton, Dr. K. imslical attentten W.O. Hansford, prswccsulng pastper Same " Same Pettus ft Zelter book acojmil Heltielaw, Alex i days hantlng Helm, John T. lumbsH for sWinty a days hautlnf Same Same Same Gooch, G. II 7s a days hauling Green, F. " Gooch, W. M. 4 3 75 Gooch. G. T. sH " Gros, Mrs. Roa merchandise for paupers t 00 Gooch, P. M. mdse. for pauptrs, passed to next docket. a 00 Green, J. II house for election 1 00 Gooch, W. II. viewer on county toasl Gilmere, .Mattie waiting on pauper, passed. uo Glass & Johnson, merchandise for paupers " is 50 Same " fectef lumtrer " Pleasant, G. A. I " Patent, G. II. tj I'eyten, Kd 3 " 8 75 M Prewitt, Ben 1 It 7S Ieyton, G. A. t a J Padgett, Henry a dnys plowing 7' l'lumbr, Znck 3 days huHliug JOO Phelps.Jas 3 M 10 00 Padgett, T. J. sH " 7 SO 1 1 a Jo 3 ro 3 00 3 3 A Ctistomor jo clothes larKo. jo 00 ( , Padgett, Wm 4 days haaliag Parish, P. It. 1 " PlumlH'r, Ptrkins, J.J. (H dlys pVswmg Ttiilor Vca. sir. TaJdiiK n cotirso of tretttinent? 5 90 Customer No. t'vo just irot buck 0 sj from my vacation. -- Clothier ami 16 aj S uuwii iwuiuiB Bitortly. r.rlglit I'rtxpcct. Uo suro ruul mnko tlioso I oxiect u put on ten or 1 S!lffilrl! 1 t hi 1. Fur-nlshe- r. IB OO Zek j " J K The snow hhovel f;ictories of Now Knp-la6J will Btart the twinon with (l.V),0t)0 3 fijow shovels loft over from liwt year, Htitl the mitldlo Httitcn nntl tho west staml 2 to ready to furnish a trump for every 00 t shovel. Lot old IJoreas get up and howl. 4 OO Detroit Flvu l'reeji. 75 75 3 SO 7 1 ia j A (lo, mI StuM. " . ri 3 00 3 HIll.T. D. 1 " ie jo (tigantic improvements projeitrd and underway "lime. JF.SSK THOMPSON, I11C I'inmrriui make it a Mecca for the orii.su and 7 JO a j 00 Same " " " mechanic 1 he MiddlrstHirouch T .wn 1'i.mm.r 39 CO Same W fROYAL'SWrt 1 ia J mako special inducriiirius 10 llimr putfliastng and 6 ej Huffman, Wm. t jo Hastin, M S. holding inquest I he great Land Sale at J M building. 2 jo 1 10 j Bourne, M. L. books for paupers Same will occur Nov a, arid in rorxiiM- - to the J ' J CO geiirml demand the Cincinnati. Hamilton A Day Same Hoase, Taylr a 7 J ion H. R. will sell on Nov 7 and S ti, kcts to Mid 3 75 Hiker, Mrs. Hen boarding county pauper Hill, John iK 5 I am well prepared to W wells and will d the dlrsbnrough and return at one fare for the round 7 J IUker, G. M. days hauling 50 HHI, T. D. 3 For rale, ntmnhl.is wcik in a good manlier and promptly 10 OS) trip at all points on the line iirui full infnrmati..n apply to nny nsent .if the C, J 00 Unley, An ericn, pauper cofHn 3 Helin.T. M. 3 J II Ono a Foot. D.,11 K O M Lormitk. l.rnrral Pweiigcr 6 aj Bosley, J.S. 1 cnys hauling 350 Huys.Jas J os .inu icKei Agent, 11m itinaii, 13 nut. Call mi or address me at SUnb.rd. Kenluikv, a wSrk George, keeping pauper Ilailey, Hunn, Jas 30 S i.. r smi ji it Broughlon, J. II, a days hauling HsJuclaw, 11. D. a haaNng J J a 30 Bucklen's Arnica Salve t " 7 5 Bright.J. H. 3 Same Ram bo, Jas 1 " 2 5 The best salse in the world for cuts, bruises, a jo Hutchinson, Jas t Hastin & Collier, 916 ft. lumber 9 ' Rout, W.J. 4K " seres, ut rs, salt rheum, fvrr sorrs, teller, ch -7 $ 11. paupers 3 Carter, Sasah, boarding 4' 00 Hill, W. ped hand., chilblains, loins and all .kit. rrup Reynolds, Ex a j 00 tisns and positivWy cures piles, or 110 pay 10 00 MILLIONS SWITCH, KV. a ao Hertsn. A. T. andlamber a Hearley, J. M. days hauling Russell, M.S. a icUir " 5 co ed. It Dealer In is guaranteed to give perfect sstislactwr, Ilryant, M. G. medical attention Herton, J. S.,paupcr coffin i Robinwn, Henry 3 f H or money refunded I'm aj cents per bai. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps 7 S Haker, M. H. J days scraping 7 5 Hunn, Jesse, jdayshaallng Rjce, Rcynshls a Kor sale by A R Ptnnv, Stanlord, Ky. '" 5 (laugh, D. II. 7K days hauling '7 73 Hunt. Marion a Rhcxlt, F. L. 1 3 oo Boots, Shees, Clothing, Hardware, Queens htrte iH Hallard, J, M. pauper coffins 13 eo Hubble, J S. Rigney.J. F. 6 a Tho palpltnnd thoStiiKO. ware, Tinware, 1 urmture snd a a 50 I " llruce, I.M. livery bill 3 75 Howard, Jr., M. j RussolLM. T. tl oo Rev F. M Shrwil. Pastor United States Jtteih-re-It 3 eo Re, colds, Wm co Hayden.C. H. a Bishop, Samuel, a days hauling , s.ys j Church, Blue Mound, kan. "I tel A cream of tarter hakiri g powder. Highest 01 3 00 my duty to tfll ohal woudrrs Dr King's Nc DIs 6 co Hubble, J. P. a J CO Rogers, Granvttle 1 Fancy Candies, Cre.i Ties, Ac. all In leavening strength, X'. S. Government Re- - Hrown, C. holding inquest j So sovery has done for ric My lungs were badly All " kinds of Product) taken in eichange for goods J 75 Bourne, M. L. books for paupers port. Aug. 17, 1839 Same jo Same " thoui(lit I could t U diseased, aand my parishioners five " 7 5 I took Hailey, Dr. S. medical attention, passed to Postoffite, I ivingston, Ky Hester, Richard j Dr. Reynolds, Clcerst 6 rtlles it eo live only few weeks and am sound andof well, " King's New Di.ocry next docket. Hester, Henry a " Roaiuson, G. G. t 3 te agining a pounds iu weight." Jsw Roblntan, Harvey 1 48 6 Holmes, T. Me a Hastin iV Collier, lumber account, " Arthii' Love, Manager love's Funuy Folk's a jo " I CO HoltieUw, J. F. Bryant, P. G. viewer on county road, RoUnson, G. Y. t " a i Conibili.ith.n, writes "After a tnomugh trial Mte fur Auditnr of the State of Is a 5 00 " CO Hester, Richard a am confident Hailey, W. C. merchandise account J Rebmson, J. It Intarding pauper to the will of the Democratic party. t 00 and convincing esidence,lorI Consumption that Dr. ' 7 5 beats wn Kin; s .New Ilitcovrry a 50 Hunn, Kd Bright, Geo. P., hauling 3 Keyuotds, J. tools for county road all, and tines when cv, Milling tlsc fails The 3 '5 ltaitin, M.S. bauting coffin 300 Hatcher, D W 150 feet of lumber Kisd, Dr. Hugh medical altentwu I can do my many thousand to no greatest kindness STANFORD, KV. iS 00 a 63 Howard, II F., surveyor's lees Raker, 11. C, burying pauper fiends is to urge ihem In ny it " rtee trial littReynolds, M. C viccr on county road I CO a 04 les at A R Penny s Drugstore Regular suet SPECI l. ATrF.NTION to COMMKUCIAL Ojtspsslsrii G, II. a days haullDg 00 Hansford, W. O., officer of election Harnett, j Scott, James aoe loads of gtasel SURGEON DENTIST. 8 eo so cts and Si r 83 00 Higgius, J. F. prosecuting pauper . Ilronaugh, Dr. G. W. medical attention travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold Swinebroad, 0. A. da) s haaHRg s So Office on Mam street, oer W. II, McRoberts' j.oo Shrran, Only Heck, Win. 6)3 days hauling and plowing hortesand vrMiles used in livery. 13 75 Holdafti, J. F, a days hauling Electric Bitter. ' Drug Store, Stanftrd. s .V Jnoi 371 00 mdse account Bailey, J. R. books tor paupers Same 70 Smith, M. 3j " This remedvis becoming so well known and so 7 eo a Ringaman, J. T. a days hauling on co. road 3 00 Hocker, S.J. 190 feet of lumber All who popular a to tired no special mention Smith, JnsxS 5 7 110 00 nase used Klrctric Hitter, sing the same umg of D. D. " C. 00 Hunn, Dr. Win medical attention " Boone, J H. 1 banii'jgi leads efgrase 14 M praise A purer medicine dovi not eiist and it is account i.M; 3 Smith, S. jVj Jays haaHiig a 50 Holmes, Mrs. Sue " ' Iloone, C. W. 1 P. U. UILEY. I'roprlotor, Klictric J. iruaranterd to do all that is claimed 7 34 00 a jo Hammonds, J. A. nde for paupers " Ilishop, Josiah, 1 " M litter, will cure all disease, of the l.lver and KidSmith.J C. a5 6 A - " neys, will remove Pimples, llolls. Salt llhcumand nt aj Sktdmarr, Jnoi " co Hutfman, Mack coffins " 3 a V Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Bailey, John, a other atfectlons caused by impure blood Will 3 75 btmt, Dan'l a a 30 Higgins, W. M. iM days hauling " " up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless llystreteher, Joe, 1 system and prevent as " I hate moved to my new Hotel and am drive Malaria from the lxHr extracting. 13 00 " a 30 Hays, Fred coffins for paupers " Benedict, Geo. A. 1 well as cure all Malarial t'evrrs Kor acureof prepard than ever to accommodate tht public bpsugler, G. W. 2 -4 ost STANFORD. KENTUCKY. I ao Head iche, Constipation and Indigestion try Klic- Good I.tsrry attached and every Convenience de00 Jones, E. W. drugs for pauper Blair, Dr. S. medical attention 40 Sims, Thos 1 eo viewer sm ceuoty raad Entire .attslaction gaurantced or sired, t.lse me a call. tric Hitter a jo Johnson, J. L. 49 feet f Umber Carson, G. W. 1 days hauling on co. road " Sn.ith, R. T. svork ........ money refunded Price Jot and tl per bottle 77 FRANK RII.F.V. a 30 " " Catsor, George, 1 Johnson, W. D. 1 day hauling A It Penny's drug ture Spamamore, R. L. j day hauling " is je CotTey, A. G. a Johnson. J. M. fee bill 500 Smith, B. I). " a So 5 " " If. Collar Day. Carter. J. M. a joo Jones, L P. a days hauliug Stockier, Kavler provisions for paupers J 00 ' 5 00 a 50 Jones, W. F. a " Tho st)houiorf. mucJi to Um chain-iCooley, Wm. t Smith, D. D. day hauling a 30 Office'South side Main street, in office recently Cooper, Geo. B. assignee of E.W. Jones, med. " 3 7 Jones, Henry iY of tho frukhiuea, MT. VERNON, KY. wiccdM iu paint-iavacated by.Dr. L. F. Hutfuian, Stanford, Ky. " 4 5w " $75 Spralt, J. C. a ical attentian to paupers 3 00 Jones, Jno 3a npon th tuwu walusr tower "9i" in Spratt, W. C. " n a Jo This eld and 2 jo Hotel.'is still maintain " Curtis, Reuben, 1 days hauling 3 James, Jno t H. F. ATWOOD bright frtvn colors. Th towpr J. J. ALLEN. 120 ing its fine reputatitn. Charges reasonable. Spe" Seargent, II. 3 j eo 2 58 Chappell. lohn A. holding inquest 000 Johnson, II. K. 1 " hijh suul tht sj)sc paiutjl meas-uri- d cial attention to the traveling public. Smith, T. J. j 7 58 Chappcll. Thos. days hauliug on co. road 6 15 Kirkpatrick, H.J. boarding pauper 'M ftvx by 8. Priucofou Lottor. Smith, T. C. " M. P NEWCOMB, Prop, a j 3 00 King, J. C. officer of eleciUu " W. J. a " CarsoD, 5 3 50 Smith, J. D. aosUadsttf gravel Ml. Vernon, Ky, to 00 David 1 day hauling " " Carson, J. C. a J 00 Kirkpaliick, Th Ilocwauijui fjovenunent hmt offer-M- i 2 jo Snow, J..M. 3 days hautUg '' 1 Same j " " Carter, C. H. 3 7 5 " pri;' to tho arvhiUietji of all u.tioiM " 3 75 Smlth.J II. iVJ J 7s iX " " Colson, David, i)i C. A. BENEDICT & CO., 3 73 King. O. P. Shoftall, F. 9H " a 5 Kruger, Fred 337. for tho lwrit plaiw for its now anieinbly ' " Curtis, John, t! 3 75 Singleton, P. boarding pauper a iai und sofustn chainbts. a & Pump 3 JAS. U GIYENS. Carter, Ed. a jo Logan, P. W. Tho fiivt prizft Well " WM.AYRES. " s ao for tNoch " 6 aj Skidmore, John t days batsUng Same ' atf " is $0,000; tho swcxnid. 10 30 Cliff, G. W. s TANFORD, KV. b 00 fl.flOO: third. t))3. 6 3J Smith, W. n. 3 " & " a jo Leiper, Samuel atf " Curtis, Reuben, a .To " 3 JO Speonamore, Andy 1 " Long, J. W. t a jo Caldwell, H. W. & Son " Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurmshed st Attorneys at Law, " 10 CO Shonney, John gravel Jpnscdv factory prices. 4 Lovell, Chas " Caldwell, C.G a "5 o Do not SutTor nny Longer. Smith, J. D. joo f cct of IbwiIht " 8 7J 3 00 8 7J Livingston, J. CJ. 3K Knowing that a cough ran be checked in a day St., - Loui3viiie, Ky. Caldwell, H. H. 'i 327 Ssllev, Dr. W. K medical attontioH " a tl aA and the first stages of consumption broken In a J ' Caldwell, E. D. 1 J 00 Long, J. I). e hereby guarantee Dr Acker's 6 75 Stephens, J II. coffins for paupers jj co week. Remedy, and will refund the moneyEnglish Shrese Building. 10 co Lee, J. S. 117 loads gravel Caldwell, D W. Pauper coffins, all Couh r 7 39 Smlth.J. D. j days hauling Same 759 feet lumber i o. who buy tako it as per dire lions and do notlo find This notice forewarns hunters, Asher-neCa.dwell, II. W. 346 ft. or lumber 3 4 and jo ce our statement correct. For S.te by A. R. Pen others not to trespass on our lands without per. IJ 00 Stewart, It. coffins for paupers co. road 3 co Leech, Jno 11. 6 days hauling FRANK MAKIMON. Chandler, Frank, a days hauling on missloa, as all such will bo prosecuted to the full, JAS. G. GIVENS. ny, Druggist. " 3 JO Sine ft Menefve, lumber for county rood 3 9 Lunsford, II. K. t " 10 00 Cook, S. R. 3 est client uf tho law. Signed Sallt-f- , Dr. W. E. medical attentien ' o 4 Geo 3 II. W. GAINES " Our Vory Host I'ooplo " Curtis, W. H. H S 50 Logan, I. 11. McKINNKY. Tombs, M, D. jV days hauHng " 7S Confirm our statement then'c say that Dr Ack- - Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, J co co Lean, J. W. a Carter, G. W, 10 loads gravel, JOHN (i, I.VNN " 6al er's English Remedy is 111 every way superior to M'VV'CS.T,U1CKKK JOS. HAL OU.' it 30 Tombs, John a Carson, John, 2 days hauling on co. road REAL ESTATE, j co Lewis, Dr. T. B. medical'' attenthw W.'a HALL. otrsor preparations lor me 6 as anv and all whooping cough and croup, tnniai and M C REYNOLDS. 33 3J Perry, Charles 000 feet of lumber Same " 11 aj " Coffey, Jos. 4J I s I'lllIIlp" lungs. In it i magic eo and rclletes at once Wc offer you n sample Ixit - Same II aj Tra) lor, Johns days hauling 1 aj " MrsAI.ICKJ IIAIUIIMAN. Cochran, Sam'l, .. , . Turnbull, Craig 3 " " 14 00 Same 780 tie free Remember this nnnedy Is sold on a pos " Carson, G. W. j 753 His e guarantee, at A. R. I'tn) 1. Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bcu-l" 3 OO Tombs, M. D. 36 feet of lussber Sjiub 4J " Cash, Wm. 3 7 S or sold on Commission, Correipundenco " T. HIE 17 OO Tubbs, Wm. iH days hauling IT " " Carrier. Otis, 1 Dr. Aclcur'a English Pills 3 jo Morris, Dr. J. solicited. ioiyr '" Tombs, John a " OO 7 Sams For sick headt aj " Are active, eftectisc and pure " Carter, P. W. iJ5 Tombs, M. I). " 378 ache, disordered stomach, loss of appetite, bad Same " Carter, J..M a 1000 ' J 00 completion and biliousness, they have never been ID CO Traylor.W. II. 3 Same a jo " " Carson, Charles, I equaled either in America or abroad. For sale by " OF STANFORD, KY , 00 A. R. Penny, Drutrgut to 00 Travlor, John 3 ' Same a 50 " " Camden, James, 1 Thompson, J. K. 4 '' 10 oe " aj 00 Same a 50 " H. OWENS, Manager, Carson, John, 1 Is mw fully organise land rcidy for business with J. Tucker, J. K. 1 " That Torrlulo Cough 3S0 McKce, J. B. 3 das hauling " Coffey, A. G. a 5 00 Thompson, Jas. 3 " In the morning, hurried or dillii ult breathing Myers, J. U. a " " Same iJ4 up raising phlegm, tightness in the ihct, quickened 3 75 of - - $200,000. K. L. merchandise account 11 OO 14 oj Tanner, Miller & Adams jK ' pulse, chilliness in the evening or sweats at night " " Cummins, II G. 1 150 McCormack, Wm a " Traylor, Dr. G. A. medical account 7S0 all or any of the. e things arc the first stages I have taken charge el this popular hotel j 00 13,500. 1 aj " " Dr. Acker's English Cough Kerne " Same and inicnd l run it in a first class minner in every Curtis, Monroe. " B. a j oe 8 00 Myers, J dey wilt euro these feirful symptoms, and is sold respect papered jrd painted from Cummins, W. H. merchandise lor paupers " Itisticnu Same 5 00 tin under a positive guarantee by A It." Penny, SUCCISOH toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL top to botto'ii, the bednng is ueing r.n jvated and Carpenter Dr J.G. med. attention to paupers 35 00 McGarr, Pat a a jo Trusly, Wm. boarding pauper " F. a Druggist. BANK OF STANFORD, ever7thmg done t make it p'easnnt and lomfort-abl- e ' " 10 00 Moore, J. Same Tanner, K. L. merchandise account for guests. TlntaMe shall never e surpass McGuill, Nathan building bridge JOO ThoFlrstSymptorasfof Doath. 30 00 ed by notelsin tins settion. B. OWENS, Ulr, Lee Grand i day hauling (Now closing up) with the same assets and under J 7 J 187 Moore, J. F 3 days hauliDg m .Tired feeling. dull headache, pains in various " Same the same management. " Same 1)4 " Moore, D. R. 3 7 i J7 parts of the body, sinking at the pit of the sumBy of " " 4 CO Samo Ulliger, G. A. reek f.r county raad ach, loss of appetite, feverishness, pimples or sores fully provisions as its chatter, depositors arc as rsMd 1 eo protected Marshbanks, Geo work on county aie depositors 3 CO Carrier, S. M. house for election are all positive us idelice of poisoned blood. No Banks, its shareholders being held in National Wilson, Josh 4 days bustling , Individually S Martin, Hesekuiti Y-- days' hauling toot matter how It became poisoned it must be purified liable to the extent of the 55 co Comptn, F. R. merchandise for paupers amount Williams, J. L. 3)4 " sto " Moberly, J. S. 3 30 toaveid death Dr Acker's English Blood Kluir therein st the par saluc thereol, in of their to i 5 o addition Chadwick & Edmiston, mdso. for paupers 368 87 the White. V. T. B. 1 " ' I OO has never tailed 10 remove scrofulous or )pSiliiic amount invested In sikIi shares 7 5 Same3 a. " 10 guarantee at A R, executor, administrator, trustee, It mayfullylas Same 17 poisons. Sold under positive " as e!etl)n 3 oa White, E. A. Ac, alio Peuny's. as Middleton, S, A. officer of an individual 7 00 Carter, Geo. W. coffins for paupers Withers, G. W. a Ao McCormack, Jim On days' hauling 1 75 To those who entrusted their liuisiticis to us Cummins, W. 11. merchandise for paupers 6 00 " Wilson, J. 1 00 II 00 while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank ol McKinney, Jno viewer on county raad JHUc' ricrx e nrul I'llH. " Same IJ ao McKinney, D. S. a days' hauling " Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and 5 00 Willnnan, Josh 3 7 i An sci on the trust they will continue to transact their die .rr o boarding child 33 Carter, A" business " ISA SPECIFIC WI Carman,SallleC.E. days hauling McKindey.J. M.K 7 Wienter, Jos. 9 at 5o liver, 'inich nn liowis iiimuxh 'h' imrves wm, us, onering as a guarantee lor prompt alien 81 y A. )i Wells, Elihu, 3 " " tr 5 00 A new prinei Id Tin-lnllu 7 50 Same 3 lion to same, our twenty years' experience in 6 00 Carron, George W. holding Inquest nes, b.J Iks to- ;iit 'V'r i ! Mill ron.tipa lianking andas liberal Hctoininudatiotis as are con Walls, Jelf ' " a 6a 7 J" McKinney, J. J. 3 Uoil, Spirn '1 'o- rnr nni ,en a 11I . ii.ilr'lt Coffey, Jos. merchandise account sistent with sound banking. 4J S Walls, S. R. 1 6 o Same 60 loads of gravel 3 So 1 icnts Snull'.i. in d '. ImIo-'.-'- o 11. fee bills Cooper, Geo. alj 64 Montgomery, W. J. 1 day's hauling imkiutokj: Simple, iro; i A K Pi .uy 3 JO Wilmot, J. I. 40 ft. of Imsiosr, 4 days hauling la 90 Williams Mt. Vernon: 8aj Mosier, Wm 3 Dishon, J, W. 4 days hauling J.J. M Hail Stuuiurd; ' 7 o Ware, C. G. 3 days hauling Ao3 Wonderful 'I'owcr. J. S. " Dislioii, Saml. 4 " MONTHLY SICKNESS 3 JS) Wilcher Ar Lay, aJo feet of lumber Tho hlghe.t rtrurtiirn Miller, Abe burying pauper 3 Ha iho vr. rid Is KIITol J. Owsley, Stanford : 8 co Same Tower, at l'ari l,ini fr- -l litjrn. .S I. Kmbry, Stanford ; nJJ " .Jays hauling Hut thfiarrul I 87 McKinney, Rash pauper ooffisss 3 00 Williams, J. R JBRtRT OfvUGER SUFFEWHB WILL BE WOUJlQ " (llsoovery of Dr Milns in cor till to 1 5 75 Same J. I Lynn Stanford: a yt Whecldou, John 3 days pie Ing Mosier, J. J. 1 day's hauling 7Jo lower fur sibovo It in pniinotlnjr. tiutii.iu A W Carpenter, Millcdgeville; TO"ViOMW'juif0ffif J300K 3 jo " Same Same days hauling " 7 5" 1 Ao hr.ilth. TmI noiid'iiful nervn medl-ciuMarttu.J. T. 3 J. K. Baughman, llustonsllle; BRADFIElDREBUimORCO. ATLANTA EL " 7 75 Same Withers, Laban 3 build, up Hnrioiit lysirin. cures Ills, " ntf J. F. Cash, Stanford; 7 V 6 art McKitrick, Wallace 3" iiUSti1AU.BRIfS13T. spasm., Iioadach", nerrons puxtr.ition. dizzia days hauling w,lllm Gooch, Stanford, Ky 5 00 Montgemcry, W. 1) " Dobbins, W. H., 1 Same " a no 3 75 2 ness. sleoplusMirsH ini.ntli j pains, S. II. Shanks, President eiu.il " 3 30 Woods, Craig pauper offTnis I)e John S. 1 8 7 " Same t4 900 nouuius, etc. firs, Jonn It. Mil.rr. o, Vulpn J. 11. Owsley, Cashier. a 30 " 1 Same raiso, I ml., and J D. Tulor, of l.on.lispurL II 3J White, J. M. Ac feus in suit &60 oa Martin, J. J. 43 lnd . galuod U poun U :i niuuili whll tailing " Davis, Jack, 6a Williams, Dr. J. A. medical attention McCormack, M. aj loads gravel it, riiiolr lllii.tr.ili-Irtii.LMiMin imrrmis dismmxDiS3ausxm,iT7iru.irsxsiatmm " Delaney, John 1 Same 350 Moore, W. D. 4 days' hauling " 10 00 700 ease." unit kiunpi 11 t tl- or tin Itestoritlvt) Dudderar. Lewis, 1 " Nciviuo, triio ut rt. Same j 00 Manuel, Thw j I'untij . nlio guaraiituoi 13 JO " Dreeley, Matthew, 3 " Same McKinney, Jno M. 3 days' viewer 3 00 30 OO TllOIIHillltlM IOtSOIICCl. " Dunbar, Sidney 3 7 So McMullins, 11. S. 10 00 Woods, Craig, making collins for paupers days' hauling COMPANY 4 00 ' In n recent work on Heart Diseaso, Dr Dreezley, Matthew 3 Wheeldou, J. II damage by county road 7 5 .McMuIlins, C. M. a Soo 1000 Fr.inklln M1I01 tho nolud Kcmorc, M. D. merchardlse for paupers jo? 43 Middleton, S. A. " !.w?J. 3 75 Walton, W P printing bill Tlious inds of J0370 many new and startling facts. 3 OO Mosier, Wm. 3 Willinun, Joseph nuking pauper coffine g Egbert, A. M. house for election " tlierasulv.-S 00 S co people uro .lowly iKiikoniug To euro iinlouiu , . j.v ulieho, Constl thum.oivi1-- . liy tl.es use of li'a. rin'"', to 3 OO Vandevcer, D. W. merchandise account Eimore, S. C delivering pauper 1 40 Moore, D. W. 140 feet of lumber 6660 burco and alcohol. Tlirwo nro Hoort VVhlpO, patIon,Mal:.rn, mm, jii.tnits, take 3 75 Engleman, II. F. 5 days hauling hauliug 00 VanArsdalc, J. K. 3 days hauling 3 Martin, J. T. 3 days' S 00 cau.lng it to beat rnpldly Hiuh grailuully wear-lu- g tho snfo ai ' rotiin ror..oJy, " 5 KI.isuu, G. B, a " It out, producing shortness of hrealli nheu 5 00 Yocuiu, Win. II. 3 McMullins, R. H Me.lical attention Soo W- - 3V, " Yocurn, Hallard 3 vxerol.tng, pulus 111 pule ami shoulder, hungry 7 So Miller, Danl selling county bonds Eabnks, J. " 2 3 5 00 and faint spells. Finally lie.irl failure anil sudi " 4 35 ' Eubanks, D. IK 13 70 Youug, Andrew i Sof Martin, A. C. mdse for paupers For weakened find Irrltuted hearts 4 47 den death wtgJK ' r; 94. jYoung, Green Ea'iatiks, G. J . V. II. drugs " tbn pru.s uvury Nsliero highly riicoiniueiid the j iu lg r McRoberts, J 95 Young, 370 New 11 Elmore, S. C. delivering pauper llourl Cum il coMir-- il Uy Dr. Franklin 1 J.S. 3J JO l'Meiufee.J.N. livery bill SI 37 Miles, wulcli Is fur sulo m A.K.l'i'iiiiv's.Stauford, KgOert, A. M . house for election 300 New land, T. D. 1 day's scraping L1 b fl s tin id tj til b UP t je Higgins A- .McKinney, merchandise account 85 39 F .liter, J. B. rrerchandis Isr paupers 37 So Nunnelloy, A. R. 7 J 3 Jay' hauling lMoth,SMAI.r.;izif!.):ittlonoanstntlio Fields, W.J. 3 days hauling 7 bottle) Tiliv iu; 1. j,,, r.,svi.ViEVT e eo " Nance, C. W. 2 j 00 Total mnuuiit 3 50 Fisher, Augustine 1 ' ' 7 JO Nunnulley.ll. C. 3 , STAIICOFKHNTUCKV. I'rlcu r i(iu,. ure., ur,v. p..? iuUtlo. 11 33 Floyd, J H.4$ ' Set- 5 00 Ncwlund. II. F. a COUNTY OK LINCOLN, When Ilaby was Blck, wo gavo her Castorln. 3 50 Fayelley, Valentine, " IF YOU WANT " a jo W. 1 Napier, T. I, George II. Cooper, clerk of the Lincoln " 1 aj When sho was a Child, alio cried for Castoria. and work Fernll, II. K. Yt 8 9J Coun. Napier, II. G. gravel for county road ty Court do certify that the loreeolnrr i. , I.F.SMITH e.C0.t..r..t i.ti " s 50 Farmer, Dink K When she became .Miss, she clung to Castoria. 7 50 Newland, O. P. 3 days hauling Il.t 01 the claims allowed at the October Court of Ferguson, J. C builuing butment niil.Tj,- - ;rwZSIr'' 'TJi.'Y 5 00 Nance, C. W. 3 Wlien alio had Chllireu.suoeavo theui Castoria. AND A HAPPY COOK, USE Claims at the October term, ,830. from Co 00 Fryc, D. L. medical attention 63 a8 tllc recotdf Newland, T. D. fee bills 01 my office. a 00 Farmer, Dink, delivering baby to its home " 900 33 Owens, S. M. Witness my hand . clerk of said Court, Felaud, A. M. delinquent list 11 35 this a,d Orr, V. II. 900 feet of lumber day of October, 1890. Green, James, 3 dayshauling 7 50 O'Bannon, Dr. W. II. msdical attention 13 JO s GKORGE H. COOPER, Clerk. 8 JS Gover.J. F. AB. G. 3J" " J 75 MADE BY Same . IliajWi.HQ.n.T.l-i- d MEKVoft S ?S! A Boon to Wlvoa. I D Goode. 34 days hauling WEAKEN, D. C. Co 035 " to ni.inDsUDUIflT MArlVsisial W1.J w, T Same Having used "Mother Friend," I would not EtMe. A.HUHIII T.1?" nef "t' I1IM 6 3J " a, Lincoln County Court. I J. . i. Goode.JceaX be without It. It is a boon to wives 'who know LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS "v. " . 4 IS Same n.oi. bsshooo riir they must pass through the painful orJeal of ...I, " ibs.iii,isDiTiLopDn.r.7v::":!irn" Garner, L. D, a j 00 Officers of election from Aug. 8S to Aug. '90 aoj ao Claim ww, ciUjer d childbirth. Mrs. C. Mehursre. Iowa. Write the SS.l.ltl; COMPANY, a jo " Griffin, Elias 1 7 jo Sllow d. Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, G., for further llSlHll Oaki, Joicph 3 dys hauling " 7 50 Gjveus, Ben 3 particulars. Sold by all Druggists. ssrsss LEXINGTON, KY. " " 5 00 Haldatu, Wm. t Huffman, Wm. t Hays, Isaac t a 30 a $ 5 J 1 . aVn 5o Same niedleal attvnltan O'Neal, W. S. Russell. M. T. j day banHttg Rus.ell, M. S. 6 Reynolds, Ov 3 Robinson, J. 1 Rush, Jas 3 Reynolds, W P. j Iledd, C. A. 2 Reynolds, 31. T. 1 Rice, Joshj ' ReynoWs, M. T. 3 Re j not J 1, Maiiiseii 4 days pvlHg Reynolds, J. F. t days lmuMg Renacher, AntSHt 2 " Re) nolds, Jas), Ryan, M, t 7j 60 7 58 IJ.BO t 7 JO 3 50 MIDDLE3BOnOUaiI LAND SALE. Opportunlty-Or- .o Tho Pnro for tho Round Trip tho C . II. & D. Middlbrii:li, Ky , now has an inveird cap- in Has mir removed mv Par' er Shop j the Com rual Hotel, am prbpand lo ai nmnimlate la ital of a6 y..,.xi with a large and menus ng popti latton anil work lor thuu.sn.l. Kr ,,,. lapiiuh.t dirsas well as geiillemeii in nnylhing they may and Investor it oiTcrs unrivalled otiporiunilies. wth ill my line. Children nlso waned mi taf! llomo-Sookor- u' I home-seekin- g l,,rl, 1 W3S3CI, At BOHX)?fG. i Dollar 1 1 in J". IK. ZHZILTOZlST 1 POWDER Absolutely Puro 1 "7 Conoral Lino of Crocorios, 1 ii 1 1 RICHARD C. WARREN Dr. A. S. PRICE, ao i. ni. uiti'cis, sals 1 djs l":;.t, first-class m m i:m, miiu 1 R. MORGAN, S. TEE 1ULEV HOUSE, poor-hou- se DENTIST. London, Kontucky. DR. W. K PENNY, 39 Dentist. 1 NEWCOMB 1 hre HOTEL. u; 1 1 AIXEN & ATWOOD, RS3L ESTETE EGEKTS. Johnson City, Tenn. AY11E3 Fifth ii fot 1 Sj-"- - 1 GIYENS, lUdlns Drillers Adjusters, 1 1 POSTED. lOt-y- n QIYEKS MERMQN. 1 1 f Pincvillc, Kentucky. it .1 tt.'Ufcir o 1" s TEE C0LMERCL8L HOTEL Kentucky. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. 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