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NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watches, Cloeks, Clocks S3 , $5; S2.50, worth S4. Watches worth Sioo at S70; worth S30 at $20, my stock of Jewelry at cost for H. V. Raymond's movements, gilt, $17.50; Nickel, $20. Hampden Railwaj 'movement at.S18.75. Seven Jewel movements, S5 to S6.25. Everything else in propor- worth $20 at S14, worth $15 at $10. IJ . r I I All fln r j vn r r i .t l a In f k. .. nli . rtt.IIs frt lion. 1 liavc llic largest mock ever uruugm iu ouiiuum .uiu nave- i.uci) ujjcucu .1 wint aiuv.iv ui v.n u"""3 "u uyiit i.a;Lkiuii lui iiii: jiunu.iy iiiiuu. nuy jiuw wiuic juu iiuvu a iiiiyt siuv.lv iu sCICCL ilUIIl. LOIT1C and examine my stock and prices but biing the money with you as the sale is POSITIVELY for cash. aSri am offering everything in JEWEIjIRX" OB SIL'VIEIR'W.A.IEIE! worth day Clocks at CASH only. Look at the prices: y 1 -- 4 I a .k I A. .1 .A.. JEt. FEnSTDLSriT- POSTED. e, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Garrard, a gelding for $110. Thomas White sold to I). N. Prewitt 1.1 cattle at 2.K0. Fou Saul A registered Jersey bull, 15 months old. J. G. Carpenter. George McKoberts sold to James mare for $125. Leavell a Presbyterian church yiitterday. Hv. J. A. C. Kobinson sold to K. W. Lee 10 M. Worrell preaejied the nerinon. cattle at L12J. head of -- If Mudnin Uumor is correct 17 wed W. M. Sandidgo Bold to an Illinois tlWs will Uike place in.lhin city during party a fancy roadster maro for $M0. the winter. Some that are talked of if Frank Logan sold to Johnson, of they are consummated will cattle at 3 cts. Boyle, 10 fat people. Fou Sai.k, best pair mules in county; Misces HattioShumnte and Maggie from also lot of millet. Apply to A.S.Myers.' Whipitu nr expected home Joseph Cotley Bold to a Marion par and relatives in a Unit to friends ty 21 head of extra good feeders at 2J Mr. H. li. Price spent TlianksKiv-in- g cents. in New Orleans. Quite a number Of of corn. Wanted at once a colleKO boys .pent ThnukHgiving. at their loaded on the cars. S. Will pay $2.25 homes. Itev. V. K. Arnold, ol the Methodist M. Owens. jack Fou Sai.k. A nice church, is still hoblinv: a meeting at by "Hobble's Weedier." K. II. Junction City, ith IW ndditious up to Snndnv niirht. There is much interest Crab Orchard. 0 manifested In the protracted meeting at A Chicago company has bought the Unptlst church, in this place. A few acres of land on the Main Licking additions and law crowds in ntUmdimco. river in Morgan county for !5,000. Kev. G. W. Farley has been depoe- Mr. White is a forcible and earueht T. L. Lilian! and K. Cobb, Jr., pur ed iroiu tho Mrtliodiit ministry at Harp- - chased of J. G. Lvnn and W. A. Hail 20 speaker. Mr. Alex Humble, of thii tanners ster, ()., for unbecoming conduct with cattle at 2.(K) to '.J.35 and a lot of hogs at National Hank, has Wen troubled for Miss Lyilla Moulds, a beautiful blonde,,. , some time with rHimuthing in his stom- of 21. The preacher is :ll and has a wife V it,Vlllil in IIUU tit IIIU ach which became so serious ho conclud- and three children. tine Htjillinn All u WHlten. owntnl hv -C- omparatively speaking, the ed to have an operation performed. Satur!s,.n,inra,lH, ,nron.mi Hi record . day evening Drs. McMurtry and Dunlap formalin in tho revival and religious is cut into his stomach Mid found a stone meetings of tho Indians are no moro Foil Salb. Eighteen (18) good cot which had caui'd an abscess, which they extravagant or fanatical than what can ton yearling mules, thirteen (13) of be seen iu camp meetings and similar which are mares. W. I. Letcher, Paint removed and up to this u riling the RettinK nlong very well with religious gatherings in the heart of the Lick. Garrard county, Ky. most enlighteue I communities. e,ood chances of recovery. T. M. Handy, of Jessamine, sold to pri'Mtling older of The corner stone of St. Mary's, tho W. M. Swope, of Fayette, a - Kov. Mr. Hand, the Motliodist church of this district, llrst P.piscopal church to be built in Bell jennet and o I months old jack colt a1 bad a close call at Mitchellbur- a d.iy or county, was laid at Middlesboro Monday. $4J10; also a yearling jennet at $185. two since. He was (stopping with Mr. The ceremony was conducted by Kev. Kuo tt Evans, of Boyle, have sold to Mitchell, at that place, who has u deer II. H. Suead, tho Kpiscopnl minister. a southern party the promising young This makes tho 8th church which is mare Corinne, 2:31, 3 year-olpark, and Mr. Kami, thinking the o by was met by now built or being built in Middlesboro. harmless, went in, but of Mambrino Maid Startle, (siro The ladies of the Christian Endeav- 2:17 J) for $2,300. n big buck that made at him and knocktho Christian Ho refined his or Society decorated ed him to the Cattle have advanced in Cincinnati grabbed the deer by tho horns and church in n beautiful and appropriate but tho market is dull, Best shippers feet, jumped astraddle of him, but was manner for the thanksgiving service if, butchers, common to good 2 to 3j; thrown oil, when the deer began to butt yesterday, fruits, certain, evergreens, Ac, hogsaro active, but best bring only 3.10; Kev. bun again. Heat last got him by the being used in the oruamr ntation. sheep are slow at 2 to 5. until ho was assist- T. J. God bey preached the thanksgiving horns and held him At W. F. Abraham's pale corn sermon, which was truly tho outpour- shucked ed to let him loose. at tho heap brought $2 to $2.10. Martin I). Hardin, a son of Attorney ing of a grateful heart for tho spiritual horses $100 tof 112.50, mule colts $32, fat General P. W. Hardin, won tho llrst and temporal blessings vouchsafed. hogs 3. 10, Jersey cowb and cat yes $32 to 1 Kev. W. Y. Sheppard will hold serlintmrH in tho declamatory contest be $10. Mr. Abraham still has tho farm of tween tho literary societies of Centre vice at Odd Fellows Hall at 11 o'clock '2 10 acres to rent, a good broke mule and College Hjs subj-jc- t was "Tho Immor- Sunday, at which time tho Holy Com- numerous other tilings for sale. tal Memory of George Washington." munion will bo celebrated. A general of exE. W. Loo bought one The Odd FelLucien V. Kule, of Goshen, with "Na- invitation is extended. port cattle, weight about 1,(100, from Kel-le, tional and State Sovereignty" forhissub-ject- lows have not only agreed to lot tho conof Garrard, and a like 'number from second honor. gregation use tho hall for a nominal was awarded the Squire Murphy, of Lincoln, for 3J. I). There were eight contestants and all ac- sum all tho time, but absolutely gives it N. Prewitt bought of Garrard county quitted themselves creditably. Tho only to them without monev and without parties 2 s of hogs for shipment criticism that could bo ollered was tho price till January 1. at 3.15 and 3.115 Danville Advocate. Tho Beattyville Enterprise savH that too loud and long applauding. Several Tho turkey business has assumed meeting conducted there bv tho complained of having tho headache quite extensive proportions in Shelby-villDr. Guerrant and Wro. Joo Hopper releaving the hall. Messrs. L. G. Smith A Co. shipped sulted iu great good und caused many to 14,000 pounds Sunday morning, and DEADWOODr CASEY COUNTY. side. A branch como out on the have handled 11,000 turkeys in tho past moved to Frank-for- of tho Presbyterian church was organiz- ten days. Altogether this linn has shipIsaac Kelsoy has Web Holden has sold his interest ed and iu a fow minutes, (subscriptions ped 10 tons of turkeys tho present seaamounting to $1,020 were obtained to bo son, for which they paid 0 to 7 cents a in tho mill operated by Holden fc applied to tho erection of a house of pound. News. to Mr. Wades. , "Wood-oworship for tho new congregation. A wag readingoui article on Tho Winchester Sun Bays that W. Tho protracted meeting at McKen-dre- o B. Kidd shipped for Lehman Bros., Bal plate" Wilson last week suggested church, near Hubble, is still in timore, last Saturday, 125 of tho finest "Woodpecker" Wilson would bo that progress. Quito a number of converts up cattle over shipped from tho Bluegrass appropriate. very And after investigating tho matter to the pri'Mont and a great many peni- region. Ono hundred head of these catat tents at the altar. Kov. S. A. Day, who tle wero bought of S. D. Goll' at 4 J cents, that Mr. Johnson, tho fault in is assisting T. J. Godbey, is conducting and averaged 1,S60 pounds. Tho others Kingsville, was hot tho one in on tho order of an tho delay of our mail some weeks ago. the services somewhat weighed 1,728 and brought 4J. Methodist revival. Ho is was not furnished with There wero GOO cattle on tho WinIt seems that he gospel in a very favorable s u pouch for this olllco, henco could do presenting tho chester market Monday and all nothing moro than hold tho mall duo this way and tho large crowds that attend sold at fully 25 cents higher per cwt olllco until a pouch was furnished for tho the services are favorably impressed than lust court. Among tho public sales with his earnestness and zeal iu tho were 2S good feeders, 1,200 pounds, at eamo. Accordingly, as wo announced In cause. Over U00 people were in 3.35, 23 do 1,150 at 3.07, 27 do at 2.SS our last, tliu marriage of Mr. Andrew G. A. T. one evening. and several lots of common at 2 to 2 Mainard and Miss Loronu Holm took sold at $18.10 per head Tho credit system of doing business has 25 light placo at tho resilience of Mr. G. P. Bolin a number of rela- ruined many good and honest men. A aud 55 good do at $25. last Thursday. Quito A correspondent of tho Louisville tives, friends and neighbors wore present man's good credit has often proved his Times says that ono of tho most successto witness tho tying of tho knot and worst enemy and few men llnd this out ' "woosh 'em much joy" iu their wedded until it is too late. Too many men often ful trainers in tho Kentucky circuit this year was AI Hutching. Ho started in lifo. Mrs. Bollu, mother of the bride, buy on credit. They pay higher prices an excel- for their goods and buy much more than 48 races, winning IS llrst moneys, 12 2d one of tho best of cooks, bad moneys, 10 3d moneys, 4 4th moneys and lent supuer prepared, which "everybody they otherwise would, tho run of tho account is forgotten and tho buying runs was unplaced only four times, and put Beomed to enjoy, especially Louis in tho 2:30 list, who wont homo shortly after haphazzard until tho end of tho year and seven now performers and two then tho account is surprisingly largo, two of them being supper complaining of a pain under his aud one. has bought a third moro than 1 npron. After tho good things on tho ho would have done had ho been It is stated that the Goldsmiths, were dispensod with tho dining-roopaying up right along, and paid moro for contents. Jerry llogue, them. Tho credit system is ruining men Lehmans and a few other wealthy firms was cleared of its every day. Iowa Index. who buy cattle for tho export trade, Undo Jack Napier and Biven Meade have leased tho cattlo shipping privilefurnished tho music aud lad and lass, old Thanksgiving day, originally an annuges of all tho steamers plying between and young, tripped tho liglit fantastic till al religious festival first observed-iNow this country and England for a period of tho hour England, did tho clock on the mantel marked not become a national in- 5 years, paying cash down in advance. 12. of stitution till 18(12, bIuco which tho presi- This will give them a corner in tho marssSSSSSm Gould's stock purchases for tho dent has designated tho 1th Thursday in ket and put Binall dealers aud producers Jay November as u day of prayer and thankspast three weeks amount to over giving. practically at their mercy. n l.JSOO-pou- An infant child of Mr. niul Mm. G IiiHlitule, M, McClure. of tliu I). & illiiil Hntitrdny. Mr. A. Hundley line his now rem-deco on Sum ford pike about completed nnil will move in ut police. Tliunkngivini! xervKcs nt the Second I. ntir-jiru- o to-d- nv -- Tho McKendreo meeting was to close last night. The additioni to yes- terday were 12. Kov. II. U. Morrison will begin a protracted meeting at Pinevillo on the 12th of December. The Baptist church at Krlanger will be dedicated Sunday by Kov. W. II. Fe- lix, of Lexinuton Logan Davison was baptized by Kov. T. J. God buy and received into the Methodist church this week. Two revivals are in progress at Oneusboro. The Baptist has had 'M and tho Christian 18 confessions. I will preach at Sugar Grove School-housnext Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at I) a. M. on that day. J. G. Livingston. Kev. Sam Jones hai had 700 professions of rclivrion at his meeting at Palestine, Texas, and the grateful people have raised $1,S(X) for him. A memorial service in honor of the late Mrs. W. L. Dawson will be held at the Christian church Sunday morning next. Kev. John Bell Gibson will e J. B.Gentry sold to J. D. Dunn, of j , l.Gdl-poun- d j 1,200-poun- ' car-loa- d Bro-naug- h, l'J,-00- oill-ria- te. , ,mu'. i. u,kMi, to. .,. W Alter debating tho question for sev- forbid kinfolks und their folk's folks, my folks We offer for sale privately our farm known as cral days tho convention by a vote of 52 the George AniWton place, i mile from lluston-villand their lolks, as well as colored folks, to trespass to :)0 decided to let tho governor contin- on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acre, or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm gotnl UwclliBi; of 6 renms and well watered. Call without my permission, or they will tie punished no to pardon before conviction. on or address us at Hiistonvillt-- , Ky to the full extent ol the law I mean what I say. JOHN EU.IS, Jan If tho convention does notchangeits THOMAS C. ALL. MARY ELLIS. mind all SUto officers, except tho audit- or, will hereafter be ineligible for tion. The treasure! 's term has been in- Lot on Main Street in Stanford creased to four years, tho length of tho I offer for sale privately the Henry llcstrr farn Containing t other terms. acres. of to acres of bottom Ian don Uu Kirtr; ai acre: in heat Tho convention lias abolished tho sown dwelling up6 and jl1 right bautica in cras. Terms easy. T. R. WALTON, Stanford. w barn, I he rooms; thrrc i ht system of compensating certain execu- - Kqed well, fine orchard and lencing nearly new, and two lermt, lialicaith, Lalance in tive ollicers for tho State at large by feee, with interest. It not sold will one for rent. years, Posbe I by adopting tho following: All ofllcera session given January i, iSqi f J W.ADAMS, Stanford, Ky mentioned in this article shall bo paid JLots for their services by salary, and not oth' In the corporate limits of Rowland. FOB SALE OE BENT. erwisc, 86 H J. DARST, Rowland. The convention ought by all means to adopt the the provision 'that amend- 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Co. LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. ments can be made hereafter to the conPart of the estate of R. VV Glrens, dee'd. The undersigned will rent for the year tgqr. on stitution by being submitted to a vote of j6H acres Iront on the north side of the Stanadjoining A K oru ana tho people by tho legislature. Neither Denny Nnim lick turnpike, tract is excellent reasonableterms. her Farm ot io Acres. tUmilci irom M.lledKeille, Ky. The h" A large part of this pririlese of seeding this Fall. Appli to this generation nor any succeeding one hemp land I he balance is in corn and crass. Mrs.NA.VCV IKNKINS, BiV. acress in trass lie south of said Dike, ad tf should sufler another session of a con. joining A. K. Denny and Capt. Hen i'owell, withDanville, Ky. Iloth tracts are well in aoo yards of first tract con. watered and as a whole will make a good farm Tho convention spent Tuesday on Liberal time irivcnon deterred payments. OR If not sold before January ist, both tracts will tho question of raising the stenographer's The House and Lot of i,$ Acres on the Dan- be rented, separately if desired, for the jcar 1891, pay from $33 to $00 a day and after a January m'Ie "TwA, now occupied by Mr r Thurmond. It is well improved, has great deal of talk finally agreed to pay 59 5t J AS. G. &V. P GIVKNS, Executors. fine orchard, good garden and water. 67'tf him $15 a day extra when two sessions MHS. FANNIE DUNN. aro held. It is stated that tho stenog SALE OF PERSONALTY rapher clears about $.500 a month after AND PUBLIC RENTING. paying himself a good salary. 11 50-- tl re-el- FARM FOR, SALE. Farm For Sale. FORSALEI io For Sale 6j-t- Twcntv Building - 54-- FOR RENT i--' SALE. 1 . 1TEW ft'.? 'y SAW MILL. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 2:2-21- ani-ina- ls d, Mam-brin- James T. Brown and Miss Sallio F. Clarkson were married at tho bride' father's near McKinney yesterday. John Harp, aged 33, and Miss Ellen Burk, just 17, celebrated Thanksgiving by getting married. Both parties livo near Preacheraville. -- Tim liuau.lnll uiamonci 18 tlin nlnr-to get a wife. Arlio Latham, one of tho tiariing Otlll IWiriere, nasjUSl neen mar- for ineoill nine. 1111, cirl fell in no wag suuin love wiui nun wnen As Administrator of the ettates N. and Catherine U. Thomson, I will sell publicly at their late residence i'-- , miles from Hustonville, in Lincoln county, on of Win. A.H.DASTIN The personal property of which they died possessed, consisting principally of Three laree work Mules, five milk Cows and Calves, tuo a year-olSteers, 4 )earlin Steers, aeariinK Heifers, tnorouchbred Hull, lot of fat m I llogs, Sowsand l'iss. about 15 barrel of Corn in I am well prepared to bore the crib, 3 sucks of M illet. 176 bushels of Wheat. wells and will do the ""out. IW bushels Urclmrd crass beed, 160 bushe s work in a Kood manner and promptly . .. . . . ,, d Friday, Nov. 28th, 1890, 1 I have finished my new Saw Mill on set pike, 7 miles tram Stanford and amthe Somerprepared to furnish an v kind or LUMBER. SHINtfLES lum! lhL WEST '"KICKS. I wifl sell mi or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give me a trial. l,stoflice, MAYWOOD, KY. W3BLX. BORIJNTG. at SUnlord, Kentucky. L. T.SMITH. ! lta 1 1 1 third. 15,000 150,000 proved security cent, interest from PaX'lhleat he "V" wlf be requiredNational link of Huston-rivj e on siml oer $10, under can " amoum, T.J ROIIINSON, Administrator. At the same time and place I will, as Agent of V ami Patliriim Th.. m.n. rent publicly for the year 1S01 the Farm ot one hundred and sixty-fu- r Acre of land, iH miles from Hustonville, ky It contains a large dwell-"igood outbuildiugs, Steam Distillery and an orchard of 1,000 trees. About o acres to go In corn, the balance well set in i;rass. Possession given January 1, iboi, and a note with good se- curitv, due at the end of the year, will be required for the rent KOU1NSON. Aeent. thii heirs of Wm. 73-- ld M r-rv.: ' Vc . Household and rvitcnen r urmture. IIICC IM UlllilV S!IU t bearine6per .' " j .vc fee Call on orjaddress me At One Dollar a Foot. 3" car-loa- d y, car-load- of-t- er e. t. Wor-thiugt- - n 1 post-mast- Thero are said to be perImmense stock of fruit and ornamental bands in this country with trees. Grapevines, Asparagus, small trees, ami everyformers. thing for the lawn, orchard and garden. Wc hav-no agents, but fell direct at low prices to the planThe report that President l'olk, of ter. Write for catalogue to tho farmers' alliance, is working for tho H. t. HILLENMEVF.lt 6, If of Ingalls to the United States Lexington, Ky. Senate is causiug a breeze in alliance cir cles. They think if Mr. Polk is for Ingalls, he has been bought, and that's I desire to sell my larm of about 130 acres, situ- about the pize of it. l J"1'" nor,h oC Stanford on tha Hush Branch pike, opponte the old church. There would respectfully inform mv old Iriemls and The Pleasant Uidgo Park Distillery, are about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance that my profesat work near Louisville, collapsed under tho customerswould beam again to receiveatany work in J the rarm well set in timothy. Good dwelling pleated sion and of four rooms and kitchen and isnl.nHM ,.Z weight of 12,530 barrels of whisky. Tho iuc way ui barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can immediately. loss on the building is SS.000; tho loss of Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair- be givenStanford, or For particulars, s J. p. Hailejr, write the nndersigned at Cincinnati, Ohio. p.. WITHERS. is put at $10,000. The same day whisky ing. the Withers distillery at Henderson Also repairing Sewing Machines. Guns, Pistols, LocU, &c. All burned and a great deal of whisky nas destroyed. "Work Hoatly and Promptly Dono . I wish to sell privately my residence and And Warranted by The Supremo Court of tho United The house has five rooms, store room, front verandah, back porch latticed, good Stotes decided that tho United States has THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. cellarwiih windows ou south side; outbuildings Koom up stairs. Odd Fellows' budding, entrunca all new, consisting of jurisdiction over the Island of Xavassa, meat house, henerv, coal door to house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are two and that, therefore, tho Navassa rioters, next good cisterns, one at house, the other at the 1 here is an abundance under sentence ot death, must hang. A ol fruit, iucluding rapbcrnes, strau berries, gooseberries, currants, Baltimore firm had them digging guano grapes, vherry, plums, damson, pear and apple trees. Also some nice Jersey Cows and heifers on the Island, and in a riot they killed bred to registered bull. One harness horse, one P. W GREEN, Propriotor. and other white men. combiued horse, both gentle and can be dnveii by the foreman woman or child. Ono buggy and phaeton. Jim Sharpe shot at Bill Whftoat the Also 85 acres of pasture land, which will be I hae recently taken charge of this sold in piece or divided into lots to suit purProctor mining camp, near Jellico, but Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high chasers. one hose wishing 1 to buy a lot cheap will tho hall going wide of its mark struck standard. Special attention given to tho traveliug nave a golden opportunity, public J.G. CARPENTF.K, Stanford. Mrs. Bettie Graham in the abdomen and lodged in her womb. She was soon ex- First-Clas- s pecting to bo confined. The bullet killed In connection. Also the foetus and mortally wounded the wo And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. man. Sharpo immediately lied to the Pool and Billiard Parlors. .1 .mountains for safely. Desiring to quit the drug business at HustonL. M.REID, Clerk. braps Blue-Gras- s Nurseries. Tl Farm Tor Ssclo. TO THE FUBX.IC. 1 1 FOR SALE! prop-ert- y. pan-tr- y post-offic- 58-- tf sta-hi- e ROTERS HOUSE, n J7-- n Sample Room HOUSE FOB. BEITT m ollei-ing- Without irreverence it may bo said that tho negative sldo of things olso calls for unusual thankfulness this year, Wo are thankful that so many things did not como. The cholera stopped in Spain. Franco is righting it back from her borders, and with success. Tho financial panic did not come, though many exports expected it iu September. Tho great drought and Hood foretold by various weather prophets wero withheld. Tho failure ol crops was, alter all, not a Wo aro fourth so bad as wo expected. thankful for negative blessings. Tj-t- f THE Farmers Bank&Trast Co. OF STANFORD, KY., Is now fully organized and ready for business with ville I offer my entire stock of fresh Drugs and Chemicals for sale Mystook is complete ill every particular and the business is a paying one in Hustonville. Will also rent the entire Iioum mv store is located In The house contain 4 good upstairs rooms. G. A. WASH, Hustonville. rmi f as m at a mm, blue-gra- atteu-danc- o s Wor-thingto- n On account of continued bad health, I desire to sell privately my farm of 310 Acre of land at a bargain, in a fine state ol fertility. Would sell 200 ftcres with improvements Location one mile south of Staniord, and the laying of the farm SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL is superb. There are all of the necessary ImHANK OK STANFORD, provements, including a frame duelling ol live .rooms and hall, a large basement barn, and all (Now doting up) with the same assets and under buildings new For further information, apply to 48 mi UOHT. McALISTEU. Stanford. llie kaiui; iiiaiieitiviii. lly proisionsof its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National shareholders being held individually l'jnks, Thanksgiving is really the highest de liable to its extent of the amount of their stock the therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the votion, the truest mark of the true chris- amount invested in such shares. It may act as tian. It consists, moreover, not of speech executor, administrator, trustee, Arc, as fully as an individual. only, but of action, of thank ottering as To thoie who entrusted their uuisiness to us Hank ol the Lincoln wollas thanksgiving. So this present while tnnaging heie tender ourNationalthanks and many Stanford, w e we trutt they will continue to transact their business great annual national day of thanksgiv with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attening ought to bring forth abundant treas tion to same, our twenty years' experience in banking und as liberal accommodations as are conure from thoso on whom God has be- sistent with sound banking. m hectors: stowed His blessing. m m J J Williams Mt Vernou; fThe Vreeland Minstrels gave a very J. M S. Hail Stanford; HUSTONVHoLE, KY. J. Owsley, btanford ; pleasing entertainment in tho Opera Are still iu the business and ready to do anyEmbry, SI. K. Lynn,Stanford; thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full Stanford: J. W House Thursday night last to a largo auCarpenter, .ifllledgeville; stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes A. of every description. K.Baughman, Huuontille; Our hearse, which is nearly J. F. dience. Thoio present enjoyed themnew can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. b. Cash, Stanford; J. show as a good ono Green has charge of cur business and will show selves hugely. Tho William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. our goods to any one needing anything in our S. II. Shanks, President. in all respects and loudly applauded. line J U. Owsley, Cashier. 64.1 Kittunuing Republican, Oct. --'2. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - - - - $200,000. 13,500. 1 ... i'mMviSSKtStfBSCffsifia & J. T. SUTTON CO., v,.sitf4r ,U .fc--- Xfak A fc p- - - rf "- - ' tI-H- " Nl Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourml 1890 8tanfokd, Ky., November 28, W. F WALTON. August Uklmo.vt, tho millionaires banker, turfman and politician, died in New York Monday of pneumonia, aced 71. He was a German by birth and first came to this country as a representative of the Austrian Kovernment. He loved it so well that ho became a citizen. Attaching himself to the democratic party he became one of iU most enthusiastic supporters, and from 1S00 till 1S7U ho was chairman of tho rational committee. Ho was also for 20 years president of the American Jockey Club and n great patron of horse iuterests and owned a number of noted flyers himself. His three 8ons, Oliver, August and Terry, have each proved themselves worthy 8ons of a noble sire, I'erry, who chose politics as his field, having become quite distinguished. It is related of. Mr. that he became so earnest in favor of the nomination of Mr. Bayard for tho presidency in 1SS0, after Tilden's letter of declina'tion, that he offered to pay the entire expenses of the campaign if the convention would nominnte him. He was always very liberal in his contributions to his party and in fact lie was a liberal man in every sense. His death will bo deplored by the democrats and sadly felt by the patrons of tho turf. llel-niont knows tho vinegary visaged villifier. The has written to a friend in Kansas as follows: "There is no one thing of the same grade of importance which has resulted from the recent election, or which ought to please democrats and decent people so much as the prospects of the retirement of Ingalls. I do not know what kind of a democrat it would be who would not labor in sefcon and out of season to prevent the return eve'ry to the Senate of this villifier ol thing democratic, who has been put forward by the republican party to pour out abuse too bad for even decent republicans, and who was made the presiding, in-ollicer of the Senate to crown their suits to our party." While this letter expresses a sentiment that will be generally endorsed. Mr. Cleveland is much put out over its publication and savagely told a reporter that "The man must be a fool to reveal the contents of n letter he knew was written to him in confidence." nt for Ingalls than any other democrat who GnovERCLKVKLA.vw has no more use i were made. The tobacco factories used up 10,822,0S4 pounds of leaf tobacco, while 34.719.9S5 cigars were made in the State. The amount of whisky and brandy made in Kentucky is equal to about three gallons for every man, woman and child within her borders. HAL8TEAD, bacco, the largest amount of any State savo Illinois. There were 5,380,4105 gab Ions of proof spirits rectified and 91i),3J0 bushels of malt, liJ.G'-'- o wheat. 5 barley, 1,449,007 rye, 0,075,330 corn, 2,332 oats, and 05 bushels of mill feed, making a total of 8,459,734 bushels, together with 132.53S gallons of molasses were used. In addition 184,089 gallons of brandy Kentucky paid in internal revenue this year 517,009.042.10 on spirits ami to- in the Cincinnati Mubat , is getting what conCommercial-Gazettesolation he can from tho late devastation of republican hopes, by saying that the victory will allure the democrats to Of course tho wish is father thought, though there is danger to the from the hot hot heads and impractica-ble- s. If tho democrats behave themselves as wo hope and believe they will during the next two years, every branch of the government will be in their hands within Ave years. u The democratic State Central Committee has issued nn address urging the democrats of Louisville to stand by their regularly authenticated candidate for mayor, H. S. Tyler, the representative of organized government and party Mr. Reed refused to responsibility. submit his claim to the action of the democratic party, although claiming to be a democrat, and ho deserves for that, if for no other. reason, to ho unmercifully snowed under. The democrat who didn't give thanks yesterday isn't worthy of the birthright and oucht to be excommunicated. With peace, prosperity and democratic ascend ency blessing tho land, ttio neart mat is not grateful must bo a very black repub lican one and hardly capable of thank fulness for beiug alive. There was joy and thanksgiving all over this fair democratic land and praises to Him from Whom all blessings flow. The Owensboro Messenger comes out of ibi baptism of firo brighter and more attractive than ever. A new outfit from rniir-ifhas arrived and tho office is now tho best equipped in the Stato out cMnnf Tinisville. You can't keep a working man down, und Urey Woodson is a worker from Laborville. n Tiik English language is not sufficient for the Louisville Times to express its contempt for Booker Reed and his followers, bo it fires a column of Dutch at their heads. Tho mayoralty contest is exceedingly hot and the afternoon papers are contributing their full quota to the boiling cauldron. Pamu'll has again been given tho leadership of the Irish in parliament, while n big split in tho Homo Rule party is nbout to result if he is not withdrawn. Tho oldest of four sons in a Kentucky family is Leon C. Carter, and the others are EIno C, Noel C, and Enol C. Thk popularity of Cleveland in the The use of the same letters in each name South was shown Tuesday when some was unintentional. follow sent out the report that he was The Kentucky School of Medicine at train bound for New Orleans. Louisville has sent Dr. Carl Weidner, on tho Immense crowds gathered nt Montgom- demonstrator of bacteriology and microery, Mobile and other cities and towns scopy, to Germany to investigate Dr. along the line to do honor to the grand- Koch's alleged consumption cure. est man that this generation has proTwo oil tanks containing 75,000 gala cruel hoax, but the re- lons of oil exploded near Danbury, duced. It was sult furnished a straw for the politicians Conn. The night watchman was blown to see which way the wind is blowing in to pieces. His headless trunk was found 100 feet from tho scene of the explos the South and elsewhere. ion. It is stated that the Dunnell reapporMinnie Blackburn, a tionment bill will not be pushed by the niri xaf n..ll..vill.. Kan.,r threw herself in ...., republicans in Congress, but another front of an appproaching train localise bill prepared by Reed and the census her mother gave her a doll to a younger jugcler, Porter, will bo pushed through, sister, but was rescued in the niche of althoush the next Congress is rightfully time. entitled to do the apportioning. The "It is a fact of considerable signifimembership at cance," says tho St. Uuis Reed bill will fix tho 332, as at present, and will increase rep"that no republican since the elecresentation in republican and decrease it tion has mentioned anybody for the in democratic States. presidential nomination in 1S92 except James G. Blaine." Two years ago the republican majority The lire fiend continues to get in his on Congressmen in New York was 57,-work at Owensboro. Tho stables of the 7G7 and they elected by their gerrymanstreet railway company, with 10 mules, der 19 of the 31 representatives. This 11 cars, a large lot of feed, harness and year the democratic majority is 7S.S15 other equipments burned at an early and the delegation stands 22 to 12 repubhour Wednesday. licans. The democratc also, notwithThe tour of Henry M. Stanley calls standing the most partisan of gerrymanfor 110 lectures, for which the hero of ders, elected a majority of the legislators, Darkest Africa will receive $110,000. He which will elect a democratic successor goes to California in January returning to Mr. Evarte. vi Hniithnrn cities. The tour closes in New York April 0. It seems to bo the intention of the The balloon proponed for Polar excon. con. to chance the regular election and day from August to November and pro- plorations is 99 feet in diameter jour-novolume. The vide that all elections shall be held on 500,000 cubic fee: in is to be begun from Spitsbergen, that day. We sincerely hope it will. is expected August is the worst time of the year the and, with a favorable wind to last four or five days. election could be held, besides reducing The report of the Statn railroad comthe elections to one a year will save the new railpeople tho continual political turmoil mission shows that 321 miles of in Kentucky this that has been inflicted on them recently. road have been built vear, making the total mileage 2.S03, of The alleged Indian uprising seems to "which the L. A N. controls 971J. The have been caused more from hunger total valuation is $15,021,192. The Lexington people seem to want than anything else. The government furnishes them rations, but they are the capital badly. At the election on the to indemswindled out of them by rascally agents. question to subscribe whose duty it is to see that they are de- nify the State against loss if the capital livered. An nipty stomach will make is moved there, 990 voted for the propo a civilized man anxious for war, much sition and onlv 125 against it. less a poor, untutored savage. The Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of the Japanese ap "Mns. Partington," as Benjamin P. pealed from New York, has decided Shillabar was known in the world of that execution by electricity is not cruel humor, after having passed the allotted and unusual enough to bo contrary to span of life. passed peacefully away at the constitution of the United States. Boston Wednesday. His peculiar style James S. Storey has been released ofhumorwasto make Mrs. Partington from the penitentiary at Jeflersonville, say all manner of witty thine in tho Ind., having completed a sentence of 20 most inopportunely applied words. years. On his return home he could single person that ho knew The news comes from across the sea not find a when he left, and like Rip Van Winkle that Mary Anderson is engaged in that most delightful of tasks to a young mar- broke into tears. Near Ash Grove, Mo., Mis Jennie tho making of baby ried woman Kennedy was seized by masked men and clothes. dangerously cut with a dirk knife, and picthen tied to a tree and her clothes pot Tin: Lexington Transcript used a Saddlebags McDonald for Au- afire. She was rescifed in time to save ture of old gust Belmont, which did as well as any her life. A rejected lover is supposed to other for those who did not know any he tho instigator. The town of Rivas, in Nicaragua, better. was the fcene of a terrible tragedy. To. NEWS CONDENSED mas Martinez wiib arraigned for trial, charged with attempting to murder Dr. The coal firm of Thomas Fawcett it When tho charges Sons, of Pittsburg, have failed for' $400,-00- Trinidad Flores. were read and the accused called upon tho prosecuThe 300 miners at Barren Fork, in to plead, he arose and shot and another man dead and Pulaski, are on a strike for an increase of ting witness tried to kill a third man and then escap10 cents a ton. ed, but was afterward captured. The Maysvillo Bulletin knows a The Sinking Fund commissioners man who, since his marriage in 1S37, has have elected Gen. II. B. Lyon, warden, moved 57 times. Dr. J. 0. Congress will meet next Monday, Dr. Ormsby Gray, clerk, and physician for the. Eddyvillo when President Harrison will lay before Thomas, penitentiary. The salary of the warden it bis annual message. is $2,000 per annum and Wrin of office 4 Noble Cole, of Harlan county, who removed by the was in jail at Louisville for moonshining, years, unless eobner good and sufficient reasons. board for the died there this week. 0 are Roger Q. Mills Bays that Cleveland The other officers, whoso salaries are subject to tho pleasure of each, will be made tlio democratic nominee the hoard. for president by acclamation. The L. it N. now runs a sugar and mt. molasses train from New Orleans, which The new wire just strung will work makes the trip in 45 hours. Gap. Thomas H. Allen it Co., cotton fac from Louisville to Big Stouo r- .w.nnl. w..ru named to hear of tors and commission meicliants, Mem the sad accident to lilt o Willio Pans. phis, have failed for over a million. Mr. L. F.Stewart, of Wildie, was in suggested between Scot The tunnel the paland and Ireland would he about 23 town Monday in n responsibility. Ho is miles long; the estimated cost is jCS.OOO- ,- ternity of a small confident of proving his innocence in the 000. S. M. Felton, the new president of affair. A new oil company ia in the field at the East Tennessee, Mrgiuia& Georgia upon Cincinnati for his head Brodhead leasing lauds and binding has decided themselves to begin operations in a reaquarters. Frank Sherrer, a distillery employe sonable length of time. Mr. M. Bowors, at Peoria, 111., fell into a tank of scalding who baa an oil producing farm in Ohio, company. slop. Ilia flesh fell from tho bones is interested with the Taylor, tho darkey taken to John when ho was lifted out. moonshining, writ ' Allen W. Thurman has been elected to Somerset on a wrongfor man. The com- to be tho president of the American Baso Ball Asman sociation in place of Zack Phelps, declin- miflioner said he sent for a white brought a coon John ed. Allen is the son of the Ohio States- and the marshal man. has returned to bis own abode. a a a Gov. McCrkauy told an interviewer that tho Forco bill will not bo passed by the Senate this session or at all, because the Senators will rcocgnizo tho demand of tho ballots to go slow in foisting Biich a measure upon the country. Even if they wanted to pass it they won't have time to. There are 14 general appropro-priatio- n bills that must be passed to pay running expenses of tin government the and it takes all of the three months' session to dispose of them. If any time is consumed with the Force Hill these up. propriation bills can not all be deposed of, in which case the next Congress would have to ho called together and you can just rest assured that the present administration is not going to risk the necessity of having to call together a body so overwhelmingly democratic ns that will be, and will accordingly take no chance of being compelled to do so. Porter now says that tho verrifled population is 02,022,250. Senator Hampton was shot in the face while hunting. Wednesday, but he is not seriously hurt. Ho oug lit to stop hunting, however. Tho O. S. sullered another disastrous wreck of freight trains this week near Glen Mary. The collision caused several oil tanks to explode and burn 22 cars. George Branham shot and killed Jos. Fonts, on Canoy Creek, in Bell countv, over an old debt. This is the third murder in that county in three weeks. QS, FEAST OF BARGAINS FOR THANKSGIVINU WEEK. Don't wait but come at once and see the Grandest Display over gazed upon. As to values, qualities and prices, you'll have no cause to complain. Ye can size yon up for a, new suit just as good as any tailor can and for a, great deal less money. You'd be surprised if it on, knew the NUMBER OF GENTLEMEN II 'e suits. Then we have fit out every day in these splendid ready hundreds of (iij)erent patterns and fabrics made up in stiish suits at different prices. We guarantee the workmanship, material and style of our suits to equal custom' made garments, and -to- -put-on We Can Fit any lYIan that Walks. gift-givi- .. Our prices mean good dressing with economy. With, such vast quantities of Dry Goods. Clothing, Jhits, Trunks, Carpets, $c, such limitless varieties, such full, round, honest values, such incomparably low j)riccs, such beautiful and matchless fashions and, such a, royal present which goes free, why, we repeat, buy any t)iing in our line elsewhere? You ccrtainlt cant unmatched, if you approve liberality that stands alone, incomparable because it has nevn equalled on earth ! This great and er been is oneti the benefit of our country (in d town customers alike. for Bern ember you will get a, ticket with every dollar's worth of goods yon buy on that handsome Plush Parlor Set. Globe-Democra- t, THE LOUISVILLE M. lealr In STORE SALINGER, Manager. I Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Mr. A. D. Catron is disposing of a car of muleH at Atlanta. Mr. Dock Miliar, of Kansas, was with relatives here Wednesday. Dock was formerly a citi zen of this place. Mr. R. M. Hosaek's father is dead at Boll Center, Ohio. Mr. J. W. RAMSEY, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE first-class y GROCERIES AND Hosack has gone to that place. aiiistuvu.ro, Tinwnro, fco. Dr. l.S. Rurdett, of Brodhead, will probably locate at Hot Spring, Ark., Has on hand a fresh supply of canned goods of every description, where lie now is. Miss Mattio Williams mnccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a Mr. James is visiting in Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, Baker, who has been so sick, is some but- grocery. ter. Mr. W. M. h is but little better. raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavenc, something new, Mi-- s lvoucille Joplin is visiting Paris a trial. relatives. Miss Lula Pearl, of London, is visiting at this place. .GO TO. Mr. F. I Thompson has sold his and lots to Ml" dwelling, KenzieiV Baker for $2,000. This price is considered low. Mr. Thompson will probably locate in Knoxville. Our peo"MODEL. ple regret exceedingly to lose such a citizen us Mr. Thompson. In his many For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats of all kinds, Cream Cheese, yean' residence in this place he has alCrackers, Maccnroni, Pickles, Hominy, Sauces, Olives, Mince Meat. upright and honways been found to he Puddine, Dried Fruits, Prunes, Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies. orable in all his dealings and ever found on the side of right and justice. Our Also plain and fancy Glass and Quccnswarc, Lamps and Lanterns of bestwishis 'o' bis success in his future every description. location go with him. l"i-store-house A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Bradlev has returned attendance upon tho court at from an London. The papers are publishing excellent bills of faru for thanksgiving dinners, but fail to explain how to get the wherewith to pay for them. The Misses Lackey have returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond. Mrs. Frisbioand Miss Ida May Grant have returned from a visit to Middles horo, where they met their cousin, the Duchess of Marllioro. Mr. II. C. Marks bury has returned from an extended and successful business trip through the South. Mr. Browder has taken another pop at Gov. Knott, in which he calls him an animal without giving a description o' the length of his ears or the tone of his Col. W. O voice. Gov. Knott It pieparmc hi lait hot, The naughty Mr. llrowder lilirmdinz him to powder. While the He is now receiving and opening the largest and finest stock of Holiday Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. KwrrarrnMBm zu9RI for I Infants and Children. ICiutnrla Til rtirru Collc Onnntlpatlon, ULirrha-a- . Eructation, clvi fckvp, and promotm til CoMrixr, 77 " Cm t o rl In no well adapts! to chlMrr-- Uiat recommend ltoiiuierkrtoaiijrprecrlpUon II. A. Akciieu, M, I)., known tomo." Ill So. Oxford St., UrooUjn, N, Y, lujurloiM medication. Cisticb Murray Strwt, Jf. V 0. feirle" $1,-20- verTrocstlTgounty. Col. Young has invited tho con. con. to take an excursion upon his train to Richmond on the 3d proximo. Why not charter a train for tho entire session and hold their meetings in future upon the cars? This would enable them to visit the principal cities in the State, have a gay old time and find out how delighted the people aro at their proceedings. Poultry is better than poetry for Thanksgiving day, but tho best poetical thanks just at hand is the followingirom Robert Burns: 'Oh, Thou, Who kindly dot provide, For every creature'i want! We bleu Thee, God of Nature wide, For all Thy gooilnesi lent; And if itpleaieThte, Heavenly Ouidc. May never wore be tent i Hut whether granted, or denied. Lord, blew us with coutent!" -- GO TO- - HIGGINS & M'KINNEY'S Ileating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Fire Sets, StoveBoards. Also full line of Hardware. We make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. We also handle a full line of Queenswarc and Groceries and guarantee our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best in the world. DO i WHAT ,1 There is a man In tho .constitutional convention who could, if let alone, have mado a better constitution than tho one that will bo presented to the people and have finished his work insido of two and this member has, thus far, taken but littlo part in tho debates. Tl o many readers of tho Ixtkimok Journal You have Consumption i will bo allowed to guess as to who tho Wo do not Bay this to frighten delegato ia, and those guessing correctly will bo allowed to treat tho editor and you, but it is truo. Theso aro tho 6uro symptoms of this terrible disease, Thero his corns of reporters to a dish of oyBtcra is ono thing which will check it and that is served up in tho latest style." It is that Col. Welch, Capt. It l recommended by tho bot phjilclani In Europe and America. P. M. McRoberts act as a committee and S3 ecaU, 50 eeaU aad tl.Macr Bottle. W, H. HOOKER & CO,, We- - Broadway, New York. in this remarkable guessing contest. - YOU TAILS You feel tired Do you knov what it means? "You nro ner. yous Why? You cough in the morning Do you realize- tho cause? Your appetite is poor What makes it 60 ? You seem liko n changed person to your friends Do you know what is tho matter, or has tho chnngo been so gradual it has escaped your notice? xS KNOWcWf YOU? Bug-geate- d lilt-bard- s DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. 46 4 H" , r, IK fcyn .li'. , A i MaaWfc A, y"' lg iW V K,M' ' rfP" me 'T8' MitalMM)MMMMMW" -- ns Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. 181)0 Am, kinds of Ca). evaporated fruits nt S. S. Myers'. . Tiik claims allowed against Lincoln Wantkd, n position as local or editorial parairrnphcr on a Ky. paper. Five county exceed any in tho State that we years' experience in nowspaper Addreps "Hamlet," ttiis ofllce work. have seen published. The last census gives this county 15,022 population nnd Clark county 15,:!00, yet tho claims of tho A Casi:y reporter writes: K. Mont- former are over $13,000 and tho latter gomery, who has been selling liquor but $1,017.11, although it includes the contrary to lnw around here, was arrest" pay of magistrates and numerous other eil by James Noel. M. Taylor, who as items, which in this county arc paid out sisted in the arrest, wan Bhot through of tho treasury and not put in the list of the vest and undershirt several tiniest claims. County Attorney J. B. Paxton barely escaping being killed. Montgom can distinguish himself by having the ery was taken to Liberty and placed bo- - claims reduced next year to something hind the bars. like the sum they ought to be. . .. Vueelanp's MtNHTiu:i, 212 strong, will Siikuiit I'KAiti, and Deputy Chestnut, train arrive on tho of Laurel, delivered B. P. Martin to the and about '' o'clock will give a graud jailer hero yesterday. The grand jury street parade. Tho performance- will be indicted him for the murder of young complimentaat 8 nnd judging from tho Hodge, at Lily, and as the jailer of Laury testimonials of the press in all the rel married a sister of the man killed, it Kentucky towns in which they have apwas thought best to send him here for peared, it will bo equil to any ever seen safe keeping. It is Martin's intention to hero. Secure a seat early at Mcltobert's apply for bail under writ of habeas cordrug store or you may have to stand. pus. Mr. Pearl told a reporter that the Foil I.ii'u. Wils Jennings, who was jail at Ijnilon was being guarded under tried at London this week for killing J. tho impression that Wils Howard nnd S. Railey, in Harlan county, was given a his crowd would attempt to rescue Jensentence to the penitentiary for life. Ho nings. is a nephew of tho notorious Wils HowMarriage of Col. Fish to Mis3 Arthur. ard and numerous murders aro charged Special to The Interior Journal to him both in Kentucky and Missouri. WiM.iAMMinma, Nov. 27, LS'lO. This He doesn't look at all like a bad man, morning at 8 o'clock Col. J. B. Fish, of however, and during his stay of six Pineville, was united in marriage to Miss months in jail here, gavo Mr. Owens no M. K. Arthur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. trouble whatever. resiE. F. Arthur, of this place, nt south-bound to-da- Stanfohd, Ky.,.Novi:mih:28, Huii.stt'h Mominv, new mill fresh Mark Ilnrdin's. Voir can n B.O.WALTON, BUBiManaRer MEANS H. Kurp's gallery forSl. 1 K ii kst cash price paid for hides and furs at M. F. Klkin & Co's. 1 Kt IS Mump Hizo pictures nt BOOTS Our TlTii A y- -r S BUSINE3S. I mean you. A. Pay your nccouuts. IVntiy. warranted. A. It. Penny. New line of Itritswls ami wool carpets, Tiik best place to buy drugs, patent mats nnd ilooroil clothes nt Severance & medicines nnd toilet articles id at A. It. Son's. Penny's. lluv your Bcliool books, Ink, tablets. Maiiy Ann, widow of Patrick Mul- pencils and school suppliuB of all doon, of this county, has been granted a Lintlsfrom A. It. IVnnv. pension. PERSONAL 0." POINTS. Watciiks nnd jowclry repaired and minstrel sliow ever visited Winchester than Vreeland's. Sun. Xo iiKi-TKi- t Stoek is Now Complete And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Solo . Agents for the Celebrated y U Buell Waterproof Boots, Also a Large Assortment of II. Camimiki.i., of Lebanon, washor0 Wednesday. John Hiiihiit, Jit., of Grays, isnt home for a few days. iti:v. 1H: Hki.m nnd children went to Klirabethtown Wednesday, PlIOP. AMI MlW. T. M. (lOOl)KNIOIIT have returned from Franklin. Miss Caiiuik Davis, of Mercer, is tho guest of Mrs. A. (!. Knutland. .Mips Mai-- i Wkmii is visiting her sister. Miss Millie, at Pino Hill. Miss Ki.i.a Kino, of lUnvillu, is the guest of Misi Helen Thurmond. Davk Poyntkk ami F. M. Hunt, of llockcnstle, were in town this week. Ilo.v. W. II. Mm.i.ku was at homo yesterday. The convention only took one day off. Hit. and Mils. I, 15. Cook, of Humside M. were here this week to see Mr. Owen's family. Mits A. J. Ct'iio and son, Brent, ol Williamsburg, aro visiting bur daughter, Mrs. Jim Hum was the fortunate winner of the 100 diamond ririg rallied oil by Robert Fcnzol. fEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, V JKwnice combination dress patterns which will bo fold regardless of cost to clone. Severance & Son. A m 1 In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard Screwed. & Wnnre well prepared to slaughter hogs for the public. Our charges aro 50 cts. a head delivered. I'ou Hunt. M. F. HAND SEWED Hand-Turned, MACHINE SEWED, - Klkin & Vo. Tho desirable resilience s. Goodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in the Boot and Shoe line. on Main street now occupied by Mrs. Hettio McKinney. Apply to J. J. STAGG- & McROBERTS. John Porn, of Rowland, wiih badly Op the Heine Family, that will give hurt nt Row ling Green Wednesday night engine on two concerto at Walton's Opera House on by the breaking down of the which he was fireman. His father, Mr. tho 6th and 0th of December, under the KingGeorge Pope, leftyestorday morning for auspices of the Gleaners for the dom, Rev. J. G. Hunter, of Danville, his bedside. says: their "The whole family nro wonder- J. Bell Oibon. Miwia Mattii: ami Mmhiiu: Owsi.uv are the guests of Miss Alma Hagan at her home in Richmond. Mr. IX B. J on us went up to Pineville yesterday to seu. bur daughter, Mrs. O. B. Itlley, who is (Utu III. Mr.T. N. ItoiiKirrs, of Danville, passed up Wednesday to attend tho FiMir Arthur marrlnge at Williamsburg. R. II. Gnu in k, of Mitchellsburg, and J. T. Guthrie, of Rugby, Tenn., hnve Ui'ii visiting Mrs. J. A. I'arpenter. Itoihc Me Roberts and Fautilu Shanks at Daughters College. Missr.s M Alio ik Mim.kii and Carrie Woods, a couple of Luucastor beauties, .mwl through Wednesday to visit friends ut Lebanon. Miu Jou S. Jonks was very ill of neuralgia of tho stomach Wednesday night and three doctors hud to he called. He w as better yesterday. Mil. J. It. OtvKNx, of the Commercial Hotel, Harrodshurg, was here Tuesday inviting his friends down to eat Thanks-givindinner with him. Mlv Amanim Goooin and little Tun Pennington went up to Middlesboro Wednesday to visit Miss Betsy Pennington am) her hiother Bourne. W. Ai.coun returned from f London yestenlay. Ho b.ib that Jen nings' lawyers will take an appeal and that pending the action of tho circuit court the prisoner will ho returned here. Tiik following was received from I Mrs. 11. II. Hughes and chilLouisville, ate turkey nnd gave dren, of thanks nt the hospitable home of Isaac Stf'le yesterday. Wnllace Steele ami wife passed through our burg en route for South Fork. Dr Weeks has opened up nt Geo. Wash's old stand. g Ji-dok- giving yourself tho serving thanksgiving esterday. Mrs. good muse, besides pleasure of n musical treat. Courts whs at tlit pototlicu nearly id' day nnd was on hand Inst night to reDisuiiAio:i. Tho evidence in the ceive and deliver tho Intbuiok Jock-Nalscase of Marshal Tom Martin for the killfor which wo return thanks. ing of Albert Camden was substantially . the same us tho report given in our last Brokk ii:s Lim. Willis P.trris, the ami at his examining trial Tuesday, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Par-ri- Issue Mit. F. M. Haupin, of Mau'kort, Judge Varnon promptly and properly had his right leg broken half way beIud., arrived this week to take a position discharged him. W. Ii. Vernon repretween the hip and knee. Ho was swing as sAlepmnn in the Store. sented Mr. Martin nnd mado a strong ingon lpw is Withers' buggy, when the Mas. PourKK Samuih.r and Miss Lm-speech for him. County Attorney Pax- iVszlev, of Morelaml, dined with Uiotr limb was caught in the wheel, breaking ton was of tho opinion that under the sisters, Misses Liccle ami Mamie Beside) the bone and forcing it into the tlesh. circumstances tho marshal should have Dr. Reid was called and assisted by Dr. j esterday. placed the warrant for tho arrest of Mhs. J. J. McRoiikrts mid Miss Kiln Railey, reduced tho fracture nnd made Camden in tho bands of another oliicer Shanks spent Thanksgiving with Misses tho little fellow as comfortable as possi- instead of attempting to servo it himself, ., Caution. Tho enviable reputation of fully gifted in music. The professor is a Hindi's famous waterproof boots nnd prodigy in the use of tho violin and the shoes has induced crude imitations to spirit of all, both on ami on" the stage, spring up all over the country nnd rep- won many appreciative words from those resented ns tho same, or "as good as who were so fortunate as to hear these Buell's." I.ook out for the Buoll trade musicians." The objeot of the young lamark. Stngg & MeRoberts. dies in employing tho company istoholp of n Japanese minister. With two or three exceptions our pay the salary will therefore help a merchants united with the bjiuks in ob- Yourattendance ... m s, ble under tho circumstances. He sutler-O- which act he thought not only reckless, a gicitt ileal during the night nnd was Oysteiis served at all hours at S. S. but calculated to bring on the trouble it so nstless that the bones got out of place did. In this connection wo will state Mvers'. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) again and had to be reset next day. that Mr. Martin says ho did not intend NEW ADVKUTISEMEXTS. At tho last term of the circuit court a to bo discourteous when ho told a rejury let Tom Carter oil with three porter of this paper in response to a remouths in jail for throwing a club from quest for his version of tho atlair. that he a train and crushing the skull of Alex would tell it only on tho witness stand. Hmc S rAIII.K Menelcc Stalile, I now offer Walker, n colored man. This excuse of Ho had been advised not to talk about my XKW leased the on Lancaster fur rent the case and that was all ho intended to It has ten Uro Wax Stalls and is meet cry best a sentence has now been respited by tlic place in the county for a Jack and Hire stand for Gov. Buckner for six months, which of convey. A large cistern at the door the coming season j course is the last of it. So far as we are Tiik iuitial hop given by tho Stanford Call on oraddro T NL'NNELI.KV, Stanford A concerned, wo are glad that Carter has ftrehestru Wednesday evening was an Ih'cii permitted to go and help make a occasion that will not soon bo forgotten Is Receiving His living for his family, now about to bo in- by those who attended. Tho programme creased, but his was far from boingacase included tho very latest music and he for executive clemency. Wo fear tho who did not feel moved by tho melodi- A FARM OF ABOUT 200 OR 250 ACRES. governor is getting too handy with his ous rendition of it, is truly litfor treason, Will erect party to tike in part payment a rich, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. harm in Sheridan county, Kansas, at $u 50 pardons. At least it looks that way in strntogein and spoils. The popular over- lewlacre. One description land per Adlrns HOX u, Ilurnside, Ky several cases thave recently como under ture, "Chimes of Normandy," was playji tf our observation. ed while the lloor cards were being filled and was an exceedingly fine presenA pay or two ago Mrs. K. C Welsh of that grand piece of music. There ONE NIGHT ONLY, and Mrs. J. T. Sutton, who wits nt her tation were about 20 couples who participated house, saw a man on the railroad beckCORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. of Terpsichore ami a deoning to some one. As they could see in the worship lightful time was had. Besides our homo nobody, they finally concluded ho wns from l.ancas-te- r motioning nt them nnd becoming alarm- young ladies the following Molasses, Tea, Coffee, Syrups, Honey, Sugar, C. W. VREELAND'S added greatly to tho pleasure of the ed, called for Mr. Welsh. In the meanSalt, Meal. Lard, Flour, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, OPERATIC Misses Nellie Marrs, Altie evening: time the man had made a vulgar demonGedrgia und Jennie Moore stration and when Mr. Welsh appeared Marksbury, FARINACEOUS GOODS: Tho gentlemen Owsley. on tho scouo ho took to his heels. Sev- and Isabel present from a distanco were Messrs. 3 eral shots at him with a pistol brought Maccaroni, Cheese, Flavoring Extracts, Doty, West, Fox, Including the Popular Comedian, Vocalist and Spices, him to a halt, when ho begged like a Marksbury, Tevis, CITY AND VICINITY. Dancer, Citron, Prunes, Figs, Raisins, Currants, of Lancaster, and dog and said he was so drunk that he Rice nnd Robinson, II ar- Creel, Drake, Rice, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Mr. LARRY McAVOY, Parlor and Hall Lamps, La up Cns and sago at Mark had mistaken tho ladies. After giving Baughnian, Dillchay, Humd Mooro anil Adams, of Danville. Tho And America's Representative din's. Oueensware and Tinware. him a sound lecture and threatening to orist, night was a perfect one, tho moon Al.i. kindsof produce wanted. A. T. kill him if ho was caught at tho'like hanging high in a cloudless sky and Mr. ARTHUR DE1YIING, again, Mr. Welsh let him go, although And Nunnelley. exhilerating and . ho should have given him n severe tho air 20 Poorloaa Forformors 20 feed cutter. trouncing. The fellow wns well dressed, Wantep, a second-hanJ.Mi.Ei). Wednesday two yoimt? fel- Presenting a Programme ol Extraordinary Merit. W. 11. MeRoberts. had a black moustache and claimed to be lows riding tho same horso dashed thro' Grand Military Drills and Exercises; cloaks n nephew of Mr. J. A. Harris, which of town at a break-necspeed. Marshal Artistic liase Hall Tableau Clog; Wk can save you ?J to $'l on Mammoth Song and Dance wns a Ho. course to stop them, but ho did k Sou. Xtiwhind tried nnd jackets. Severance EVERYTHING NEW, NOVEL & ORIGINAL. A Bank Roiiiikii. Will Severance, not do so till they had gotten somo n Take your eggs to J00S. Jones' and who is very fond of a practical joke, had Magnificent Daily Street Parade by Entire in the country and then they reDrugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall , get '0 cts. Opposite Portman House. considerable fun at tho expense of tho fused to surrender. Onu of them atdays in advance at Mc. Kcsfrved seats three Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, town marshal and others Tuesday night. tempted to draw a pistol, but in tho ef- Kubirts' Drug Store Don't forget that J. B. Higgins pays Dressing up in a peculiar suit nnd paint- fort let It drop. By this tlmo tho MarJewelry and Silverware. tho highest cash market price for hides ing his nose red, he stood around the shal had them covered with his and nnd furs. street corners inquiring of passers where thinking no doubt that discretion was Judge Samuel M. tho bank cashier lived. Fatty funnel- - tho better part of valor, they decided, to In vk.ntok. An Railroad The Boono, of Somerset, has been granted a ley was tho first man accosted nnd he, jo with him. One of thom In his efforts t for tishlngrods. Wo after some hemming and hawing, told to frighten Mr. Xowland said that ho was patent on a T3 CONSUMPTION o always know tho judge would do some- the man where that individual could be a had man and had killed 0110 or twoj cn n rt m SCROFULA thing to send his nama ringing down tho found. Ho next interrogated Charley persons, includiim Cain ltowsey, but; 3 a. n Carson, who as soon as possible, ran "Krntli..r" iliiln'r Kc.irn worth n cent and BRONCHITIS ja corridors of time. n '"A in EMULSION COUCHS cu O O o -- a down and told President S. H. Sharks. soon had them before tho police judge. whereao Rkap. 1 desire to know tho as Jesso COLDS Marshal Nowlnnd was sent for to appre- Tho bad man gavo his name o Q o o bouts of my brother, James Airsmith. hend tho bank robber, ns tho fellow wns James nnd ho was soon in jail in default O u Wasting Diseases a, o of him, about 7 years r: u in When I last heard 3 supposed to be, nnd that otlicor respond- of$o tlno nnd Is still there. His real rW Any inFUah Producer. rt rt ngo, jie was in Flemingcounty. ed with his usual nlncrity. A pos90 wns n.uiio is Tom Mann, but for goodness Wonderful O C e Many havo gained ono pound formation nsto where hois will bo thank. summoned nnd nfter n big hunt through stke.s don't say wo did it, as ho threaten o o a fully received. Mrs. J. M. Saunde s, Mwksvillo nnd elsewhere, tho joker was ed to put tho man who published his vor fty ky it3 us0- 2 Scott'a Emulsion ia not a secret Lancaster, Ky. captured nnd tho boys thought they had name under ground. Ills companion to ITT remedy. It coutains tho stimulat- -' c CI calm which rested dono a big thing. Their looks and their lVowitt Brown, was given 10 days ami Sabbath-lik- e Tub of tho Hypophos- for carrying pistol concealed nnd in" properties t.:ii., .wl n,.rn NTr.nrr.mrm f!ofl town yesterday was rudely bro- feelings cau bo imagined when, on getover tho 5 ting to tho light, tho famillar'features of upon his replevying tho fine he was I o;, .f potonov of both o ken about noon by a street fight, in which O a . 3 participants. Will Soveranco were recognized. They RranteiUBtayonOiIysonthojaU son-- , j o oly jnCr0ftsoa. It is used a couple of boys were tho wanted to hang him whether or no, but tenco. They are both from near June- - b physicians nU Ovor tho world. As theylpunished each othersulliciently, v rt i ii iiiutiiiii n- i w, better counsel finally provailed and the iUUII Ulij """ run i - ... J. 8. WBLL.S, Pb. a. ProHO. Ollc. "lu B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, wj Bhall not add to their discomfiture PALATABLE AS MILK. was permitted to go and beneficial to them, especially we hope to names, though both of bank robber by giving their Sold by all DruggMs. think up some other way to play the "Jesse James, tho slayer of Cam Row them deservo tho parental slipper for STANFORD, Kf ' ain Street, Opp. COTT & OWNS, Chemists. N.Y. suckers. sey." their behavior, il dence. The ceremony was performed by A C SINE. J X MEXEFEE. Rev. Father Jeromo Freys. Tho marriage was witnessed only by a few intimate friends and relatives of the parties. The ceremony was performed in a most beauThe best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. tiful and solemn manner. The parlor was decorated w itli vines and (lowers, SASH, FLOOICIXG, which made everything look bright nnd LUMBER, MOORS, cheerful. Tho bride was attired in n gray I5LINIJS, SIDING, traveling suit nnd never npp"ared more lovely. The groom wore a black dress Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. suit nnd looked every inch the splendid physical man that he is. Miss Arthur is WOVEN FENCE. a beautiful brunette, and possesses rare grace and intelligence. She graduated in a We carry a full stock of everything-founlast June at Ioretto. Mr. Fish is a bank-o- r and prominent business man of Pineville and hns been one of the lucky ones Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract in the boom towns, having amassed quite SINK & MKNKFEE, Stanford, Ky. a snug fortune. Mr. and Mrs. FMi left for building. on the first train for Louisville nnd after remaining there lor n low Unys, will go on a tour South. The attendants were T.X. Roberts, of Danville, and Mis Mar- tie Smith, of Chicago. Wednesday even- ing before tho marringo quite a number Watch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in of their friends called nnd spent n most eiijnynble time. A bountiful table of re nin't r. freshments was serveitiluring the even sft ing nnd some melodious music was disRepairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. coursed as a serenade by the WilliamsT. N. R. burg brass band. Stanford Lunibep Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, CEILING, Manufacturers of WIRE a SLAT d FIRST C3C.&SS LUMBER "TLHD. ROBERT FES1ZEL, iLOCKS ss AND IiraES. FOR. R.EITT. HU6.RUPLEY,-- iaw-totH- 77-t- f MtoA WikNTISB. 1 FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Walton's Opera House. Fine and Staple Groceries, Friday, N"ov. 2St!L MINSTRELS Mack-Face- lovo-inspiri- ng. MARK HARDIN. d k PRUCSand JEWELRY dia-tane- o Coin-pa- m m ' HAMPBM WATOI,: Watch. Best ! 4- -1 4- reel-sea- SCOTT'S t o ,9' n 11 c ( W B. MoROBXHTS, Court-Heus- H" i! - 1 r wiss"asna HUBBLE. by Our Lancaster Re- siahs all over tho country, who will catch HEAD the contagion and use the same for selfporter. Luther Underwood & Bro., received Tito objects for which the pretended ish and mercenary purposes. Tho best their hogs this week that had befln fed Tho only Protection thnt will y thing to do with the red skins would bo Ul' l':"llir;jjg"." Published Every Tuesday and Friday white Messiah of Illinois unit the red- to let them severely aloue and let them on Sugar Creek and they had just doubprotect nil people, all classes, nil skinned Messiah of the fnr West have jXV'Tt UlULRV led in weight. Henry Cox sold James made their nppemnnco upon earth hnve dance it out on that lino if it takes all Smith 8omo shoals weighing 150 pounds lnbor nnd all intcrcfL is thnt styled $Q PER YKAR.IN VDVVNCK not been generally understood. If they winter. If they would dance themtelvts at I). 15. Dave Thompson bought some Sixk Pkotlctio.v I acquired only from MilEi When not to paid S2.50 will be charged."1" have conie to make the world better, to death it would be better than to hae cattle of Mrs. Menefeo at U.fiO, some of n truthful knowledge MIIE5 of ways mid .r. Ajv 'there is ample room for a manifestation them killed by the whites. In a con- Kulmuks Bros, at -- .So and some of ' moans, legal and illegal, just mid .rifrv' flict growing out of this trouble tho IndiK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 0f tlioir- power. It is a question worthy Green Bright for ft cents, all weighing by which tho burdens of governTrain leaves Kowland at 7:00 a, m., returning of the most serious consideration wheth ans would have decidedly the advantage from 1,000 to l.ftOO, nnd received them and the little handfull of regular troops ment, profits of labor and iudubtry, are WSMSaiSa at 5M5P."er or not, in spite of the advancing civilthis week. Mr. Reuben Flora has movization of the age, and the most forcible would not bo a breakfast spell for tho ed to Hale's Well this week. We regret so unequally divided. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. dusky braves Tho fate of Custer would Twenty miles the Shortest lo presentation of the great and That knowledge, is power, and ignor to give Mr. Flora up as he is n good citi Mail train some North .It 50 am truthss of Christianity, the world has be repeated on n larger scale and harm zen. Lots 01 ' ...1 16pm South ance its slave, is forcibly illustrated tlie young men are loosing ,.ii5apro not been growing worse instead of bet- instead of good he the result. Express train" South ' North " ...317 am their health over the matter and aro daily in all walks of life, among all Making1 duect cunutitiiiKforin Central Unlun depot ..6 30 m ter; and whether an increase of knowlLocal Freight North Scarcity r I'm If srstu-talking of spending tho early spring at people, in all countries. St. Louis, Michigan Points, Chicago. ' ...J 38pm South. edge has not bren attained by a corresHuffalo, Cleveland, Delrmi, French journals lament that unfavor- the well with the good family. Hd The latter trains also carry passengers Where knowledge is used as a power Indianapolis and the West, The above is calculated on standard time Solar ponding increase in meanness and ras able weather hart almost altogether de New Knglaud, Canada, White sold to Win. Hubble some meat timels about 30 minutes fatter cality. "All is not gold that glitters" is prived the country of fruit this vcar. A hogs at ft. Tho colored folks had a good or it means for gaining wealth without Ho.stoii, as true now as when llrst uttered. Ly- disastrous amount of rain has so afflicted crowd at their supper Saturdiy night. laW or an equivalent therefor, it be Washitigton, Philadelphia, Haltimore, tho central, northern, western and south(Quickest time to Itairndsburg, Frankfort, Ky ing, cheating, swindling, stealing and The Boyle county lady was siuvesaful by comes necessary to" deceive or keep in Richmond, IRl.lMA Shortesl and western districts, that tho market have killing are not things of the past. They been almost Quickest line to bare of fruit except such as $, taking in $ '22 at both tables to be ignorance of such methods those from are here, nnd so far as human observa- had como from tho south. One Abo BrurVs whom the wealth is taken; hence it is used for a tion extends, have come to stay. Mes writing from tho dep.nrt:Jtaol House burned Monday with all its con- that of tho ten thousand Solid Trains, haggagi cms, smoking cars ana newspapers siah Swcinfurth and Messiah Bannock of tho says: "We have tents. He was living on J. Harlan's coaches, rullman llumlolr Merpcrs thioiigli with- via Chattan.oga, liirmlngham, Merid is the time to establish your nan neuner cnernes nor apricot. nor farm. Armp Broaddus sold to 1). N. printed in the United States, les than Jim, now i.tn nnklii; illicit iiinnccilont en route lor Knoi. claims to divinity, by making a raid up- plums; apples havo been grsatly injured Prewitt some shoats weighing 7. pounds ten aro absolutely fiecand independent ville, Ashes ille, Lvrnhburg and puints in the less", but our of the power or control of wmio class, on sin in all its forms and by routing the by hail; pears have suffered at 'J J and some weighing UoO at ft.10. grapes will not ripen." devil horse, foot aud dragoons. And another, writing from Brittany, The meeting here has been quite a good party or monopoly whoso intercut it is At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, W'ilmlng Gen. Miles, the celebrated Indian says that there tho tieara are all spoiled, one. Bro. Day is doubtless a good man to keep the great iiiass of x.olo in ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, llninswick, Lake City. Thmnatvlllc and FLOHI-I)S. apples are lacking in many localities, and a splendid singer. J. fighter, who is in command of the . Bright is ignorance of their methods. points. The only line running solid trains with choice troops in the West, says that in dealing and almost all tho plums had perished; still improving and will soon be out The Cincinnati Weekly Knqtiircr is Pullman floudnir or Palace Sleeping Cur tu Jackwith the Indians, "it is not my intention that icjicIich are everywhere again Mr. J. A. Harris is visiting at one of tho few, if not the only one, sonville without change lor an) class of passen gers or iiRggaee t j tolerate any nonsense." Tho gener- ent; that goo.ebemcs and raspberries Mr. George Bright's. His daughter, absolutely free from such influences. Selma and Montgomery, lluntsvillc, Decatur, had been relatively scanty, and that, alFlorence. Memphis and AltKANSAS lointt al's determination is commendable, but though strawberries had been quite Mrs. Bright, is on the sick list. Kph Shortest and quickest 10 Anniston Selma, Mois the most honest, thorough, able bile his ability to enforce his intentions is plentiful, they "hal only the form of Fugleman is getting along all right now. It Uutct connections made at NKW teacher aud exponent of truthful Houston, without omnibus transfer for (lvestoa quite a different nll'air. Some two or tho fruit with tho taste of water." Mean lor is hauling his corn Henry Tray Austin. three years since Dr. Waito came to Lan- while tho complaints of excessive drought from here this week aud it is not ns knowledge, of reliable data, freo from TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. caster with an Indian show, in which have leen coming in from tho south, heavy as it was lust year from the same partisan bias, fair, frank and explicit The only thinuKh line l Jsi kson and Viiksburg, La., making direct connections Highest of Miss A cream of tarter bating p nvder of medicine figured largely. He whore we are told even in the carefully ground. We get the I. J. all O. K. Tues- to such degree that one cannot but feel without omuil-utrausler I ir Dallas Kurt Worth, all In leavening strength. U. S. Goscrnment Re- t'ie sale watered gardens tho trees and shrubj rasu and points Austin sin .villoma, port. Aug. 17, 1839 was accompanied by Talikeno, an aged edified and capable of forming correct had faded and withered. .Near the coast day ami Friday muruiiu:. medicine man, who beat the drum to the moist wa breezes conclusion? therefrom. Puch a paper TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. "assure tho abund-onc- o Tho Flnost on Earth. perforin cures and to inspire the braves of tho grape crop," but further For through rates correct C. Dayton R K is should be in every household. Sainplo inlorinalion call on Agent county nsaps sad lull Hamilton The when preparing to go on the al Junction i ItT, Kv north the grape growers are reported to the onlyCincinnati, Pullman's I'crteclcil Safety line running or address of MtANK V WOOLLKY. Is a CanH lito for Auditor of the State Vettibuled Trains, with Chsir, l'atlor Sleeping copies can be obtained by addressing bo in despair over tho ivrsistent drjnt-asTrav Pass Act . I.esington. K. t the will of the Democratic party. Among the performers was Chief Amer to nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, InhAKVUY Ct Vice Prridnt. D (1 ( I I1WARDS the publi.-herat Cincinnati, O. ican Horse, who was an expert rifleshot, dianapolis and Chicago and is the only line P A T. A., Tlirouiih Ktilining Chair Cars between On-- c 1'uronta.l Gloom 1., Our Home. linn; ran O and whose exhibitions of skill in target Dr. A. S. nruitl, Keokuk Boys and girls aro often sjwileil by Ctr Cincinnati toand Springfield, III. and Mrcping Mackinaw, and the I. HI. ISRL'CK. shooting were simply marvelous. They SURGEOy DENTIST. rxvrental gloom. Tho Only Direct Lino remained in Lancaster several weeks bends. The mother'a father nerer unOffice on Maiii street, over W. B. McRoberts' rheumatism hurts Detween Cincinnati, Dayton 1. Tulf.'.o, De Drug Store, Stanfcrd. and visited other towns in Kentucky. so she doeu not poo how little Maggie can troit, the Lake Kegionsai.d Canada. Newport Newt A Mississippi Valley Co., "K. D. 1 he road one of Solid VewlibulrJ Timus 10 The dignified bearing of these noted ever laugh. Childish enriosity is de- Ohioind theisonly line the oldest in the State al STA.VFOltll.rCY. entering Cincinnati ever 15 miles of double track, and from its past record can Philadelphia R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. chiefs was conspicuous anil they depart- nounced as impertinence. Tho parlor h mote than assure its patrons speed, cenifurt and SPECIAL A I IKN1IDV to COMMKIIUAL g ed leaving many friends. Both of these a parliament, and everything in safety Baltimore, Now York, travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. Tickets on sain everywhere, and sec that they DENTIST. order. Balb) nnd tops in that Indians are mentioned in connection and Southeast. rrad ( , II AD, cither in or out of Cincinnati, Onl) hnrnd vehicles used In llverv. All pusnts LastOnly "e night out Irons Lesisgton, Portman Home, with the crjze now in progress among house are a nuisance, and tho jiap that Indianapolis or Toledo. Office on Main street, opposite. K. O McCORMlCK upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas ginen lor painless Corrected Tuno Card in Klfect an It, the boy is moat to the Indians in the West. Fortunately, ometry, aexpected sweetened relish i geGeneral Passenger and Tiikcl Agent. extracting. little with tho "TlaTIy STANFORD. KENTUCKY. VastMaili Accnm it is said that they are good Indians and chalk of blackboards. For cheerful Ves STATIONS. This notice forewarns hiiHlrrs. fishcrniHi and Dallv Dailr Bucklen's Arnica Salve KsprsJKs Sun..F.s Sun acting in the interest of peace. It is readiug the father would recommend others not to trespass on our lands without per are mission, as all suvh wit) be pio.oCHted to the fullDR. W. B. The best salve in the woild for cuts, bruises, l.seSlaafsid . j ji n to be hoped that Gen. Miles will not al- "Young's Night Thoughts," and j s; am is 31 n'n est eiient a( Iho law Signed: sorev, uh rrs, salt rheum, fer mi e, tetter, chap6 iu pin 11 " l.esiflgton. am' j jo pin low the soldiers under kid command to "Meditations Among the Tombs." ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, crup II. W. t'.AINKs . McKINNKY. " Winchester J. 7 eo pm is 4) pmi o 40 pin tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay requir Mrs SAMIOKD IKWIN, " K. V. Junctiwi I.. JOHN (J I YNN. At tho first chanco the boy will break ed. It u guaranteed to pvo perfect satislactiec, Mrs. AI.ICK IICKER do anything to provoRo a conflict; for a IOS. II AI.I.OU. " Ml Sterling...., I 15 pin 7 3 P"' 7 lopin OfSceJSouth side Mam street, in office recently i'lue ,$ cents per bos THOs C HALL. W'A IIWtlLION ' M.rehrad . 5 pin s 4J pm 9 tl pm collision under the circumstances would loose. With one grand leap ho will or money refunded vacated byjDr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. M C KKVNOLDS. I S PHILLIP J Olive Hill For sale by A K. I'ennv, Suuord, Ky. 1 ii I'" I. L HECK, in all probability end in the utter defeat clear tho catechisms; ho will burst away Mrs AI.ICK J II.U'i.HMAN. " Ashlaml. . jio jo pm ii pm H. F ATWOOD into all riotous living. lie will bo so K. H.COill'KK, K.M.H'AKK JJALUEN uaueiisauig. .. jio 4J pm i jo pm J of the U. S. forces, Gen. Miles' intention glad to get out of W A COKFKY Tho Pulpit and tho Stago. Mrs M A. MAUI IN. " Huntington ... J11 o; pm 6 t5 pm Egypt that he will Kev K. M Shrout, Pastor United KOIIKHT IIAKSKTV J l. I1KICK. to tolerate no nonsense to the contrary jump into the Rod txu The hardest ren Church, lllue Mound, Kan. , saysStates llrethit W P. I1KIMKS i.tc. riuBllligwn. .. ill jo am AXLEN & ATWOOD, "I leel Arr Charlesmn . .. SI notwithstanding. ' lllftnn Forge.. colts to catch aro those that have a long my duty to tell what woiders Dr Kind's New DisJl am My me ' Lvnchburg done am HGERTS. The lions. J. Proctor Knott and Wil- whilo boon locked up. Restraint are covery ha aud mylor arihioners lungs wereI badly II RSSL ESTflTE thought could diseased, "Charsnitcsville . 10 jo am necensary, but there must bo wmo out- live only a few weeks. I took five bottles of Dr. 0". " Washington...... s jj ptu bur F. Browder, in a voluminous corresCity, Tonn. King's New Disioscry and am sound and well, llaltinioie pm I D1I.LIONS SWITCH, K V. pondence in the Courier-Journahave let. Too high a dani will overflow all aKiniVt a pounds in weight." " Philadelphia. ... 6 j pm In- -Dry tho meadows. Ilev. T. Do Witt Dealer " New Yotk J AS. G. GIYENS. for several weeks been denouncing each g so pm WJI.AYRES. Arthu- - Love, Manager Lovn's Funny K.slk's KLhmnnd. Va. "After a tnomugh trial 44 pin Combination, wntes Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps " KMI'QiBiComLn " evidence, I am confident that Dr. other in terms more elegant than polite. and convincing &TGIVENS, Norfalk King's New Discos ery lor Consumption beats Vin marasa: A New Typo of Gun. Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware. The controversy under discussion relates all, and cures when everything efse tails The Tinware, Furniture and a a Ira ii icasiug L.tiagton al 11 and j:jo Attorneys at Law, William T. Chamberlain, of Norwich, greatest kindness I can do my many thousand to the course of Knott upon the pm dally, except Suudiy.cr nneet alm Wiethei- boturgo Ihem has invented and ivrfected a gun which fiends is toR. Penny's to try it " rrre trial sires Conoral Lino of Crocorios, ter lor Kitninon Kr and Minls on the K. C. K A Drugstore Kefiular K 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. subject of corporations in the constitu- promises to be tho most durable, simple tles at and J1.00. Fancy Candies, Cross lie. Ac. 5octs Llmted Veitlbule Ki from NewYork.l'hlUJel- tional convention. Forgetful of the fact All kinds of Produce taken in et chaise, for goods. and effectual gun over made. It is Shreie Building. tbia, Waahuigtonaad ro ill points Kast, arrives al Spoclmon Chbbb. r ton at 4 47 n PostotTice, Livingston, Ky. daily Stanford 11 p m. . that quite a number of their readers called tho electric hydrogen gun. There S It Clifford, New Catsell, Wis , was troubled Fat mall fiotn Kirhmond, Va., and all 5;points fiavo not received the benefit of a class are three methods of firing the arm. By with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was east, Huntington, W. Va, and alt local stations arFRANK MAItl.MON. G. GIVENS. JAS. ical education, they branch outside of tho first method Mr. Chamberlain claims disordered, his liser was affected to an alarming rives Lesington at ta 40 noun dally eicept Sunday Stanford 11 st t m decree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reIMRIRQR. the English language and give vent to tho projectile is bent from tho gun by a duced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of A commodatlon Irons OliveHill and intermedial GIVERS MT. VERNON, KY. him points. Richmond, Kr . and points on the K. C, their venom in Latin, without furnish- procure equal to 117,000 atmospheres; by Klectric Hitters cured IWrnsburg, , had a runlly I eslni.ton 1 iu. a m Kdward Shepherd, liiilv. ... REAL ESTATE, This old and llotil'is still maintain cryl arrives at Stanf'ird Used Sundav ing a translation of the same. For in- the second process by four turn that ning sore on his leg ot eight years standing. boxis to p m l force, and by the third method it is three bottles of Kltitrn. Hitlers and seven sound log its line reputation. Charges reasonable. ire t!.Vrts read reacf via N. N A M iV - leg is stance, Mr. Browder fires this awful senHv Arnica salve attention to the traveling public. transformed into anairjfnn with a prens-ur- e of llucklen'sJohn Speaker, and his Ohio, had Catawba. and well " MOKSK, I. P. A , Cincinnati, O. "(Juo Deu rult M. P. NEWCOMII, Prop., J Town Lots, Coil, Iron and Timber Lands bought tence at tho of from 1,500 to 2,000 ponnds. The five large fever sores on his leg. ckcler said he Ml Vernon, Ky, 8jtt. or sold on Commission. Correspondence pcrdere priua demenlut," whereupon the g giin is simple, without other machinery on incurable One hotlle Klectric Hi tcrsand t solicited. Arnica Salve cured him entireresponds with this terrible broadside: tlian the chamber and barrel. The do-- one lix llucklen'sPenny's drug store. ly Sold at A. K. '' molcMimmt Jerrt homines deicnl ijtur ip. manu lor new ami valuable weapons is C. V. Vieeland's Operatic Minstrels boiuo of the great lowers "ULUIfi OIIAHH JtOU'lMC." THE CQMMERGIHL HOTEL Horum culjxiferrcnda gunt." It is evident so largo that this arm the executor they were at the Kldred Opera House Inst Satof Mr. Brow may find in TheShortust and Qulotcont Uouto from that a proper translation J. U. OWENS, Manager, Contral Kentucky to all polnta North, dor's quotation is that "whom God in- have Leon anticipating, while Mr. Cham- urday cveiiine;, and it is the unanimous find berlain is the it Eaat, Wost and South-WoH- t. tho Fast Kentucky. tends to destroy he first makes mad;" shadow may which inhas tho fortunebrain verdict of those who know that it appear- Harroclsburg, .rdsSJ-sill- l of kept his Llnobotwoou LoxtnKton and Cincinbest show of the kind that ever but a translation of the latter requires active and his hands busy for many a I . sxss aasWaKVw nati. Vm I have taVen charge ot this popular hot'l ed before an audience, nnd it la eaid to It seems that a proper day. Norwich (.Conn.) Bulletin. aud intend ta run it in a firm class manner in every more learning SCIIF.DULE IN KFFKCT NOV 6, iSyO. . i.u . roTBini ismrasii in 3 " fa respect. Hijbiing pipercd and painted from compare very favorably with more top to bottom, the brLil ig is being renovated and rendering would mean something like No J. .No. ,No. 6. Ka;le, Sep Eldred iiioiiHonflmizitloiiB. everything done t make it pleasant and South Hound. They Are Olml to Knoiv Him Now. this: "If you molest me fearful man, I Kx .Sun. guests. The table shall never be surpassK. Sun.l Dailr. A New Yorker of very limited means lumber 8. will kick you into tho middle of next ed by hite!siu this cction. J. U.OWENS. 8 10 a m S on p m a so p in Lvc Cincinnati 1 in week," or words to that effect. If Mr. recently got a bequest, the news ot Lve Cosmgtsn.. t ll am I oi p m j a p m Miles' ?rrvc utitl I.lscr XMIIn. which was printed in tho papers. As Lve Falmouth.... 9 4I a ml v it p in 3 5 P m Browder had said to tho An tin u'e j lhr net nerrcs 11 18 a mlto p Arr Paris 5 it p m tho HOUSE, "In tho beautiful and impressive lan- Boon jusmaili fact became known ho got llvor. S'onne lenniTm--tv irriV piiln otiiiinus ilnnufi u 10pm 11 i P in Arr Living. ion m in A ni'ir rrlnei heavy that brought him letters uess, linu ins to m ' us.- p nn.t const p. 11 if Lve Paris m S )? m guage of tho poet, you're a liar," the from all kinds of charitable societies! ls mh' F. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, o '5 - n Arr Winchester. iiln p m in tlon. pln 11 In r n n . m Itichmend.. . governor might have saved much time, need of aid, and from a host of tho suf- nmsllr-st- mi Arr -- ..... JS P Arr Lancaster- -. London, - - - Kentucky. labor and ink by responding "You'renn-other,- " ferers by imptcuniosity. IJo alio found S impu-- ir .' A II l in1litllr'0 i JiO.ltS Jim riun.'.: )it Arr Stanford . .(54SP m CJrc-n- t I have moved to my imv Hotel and am better niscovcrci'H. l.ve Richmond .. t 10 p m .......... and all tho world would have moro callers at his house than thero ever What Hell ami Kohmui no 10 the ieIrr1ionc nnd prepared than ever to accommodate the public . OJ n in Arr llerea.. before had been knockers at his door, elucirlctly. aynho 1'lttstiuig Noit. Dr Vrnnk Good Livery attached aud every convenience de- said "amen." " " Arr l.ivingion 5 so p m sired. Give me a call. lln Mlle, and bo likewise enjoyed when in tho ous Uu;im)k.tho well known 1pec.1t il In nervTiiere are abundant reasons for the beFRANK KILEY. w to Ihn norvous systmn and iierrc 77 r,..nfai. ,J streets the bight of many moro smiling fluid Anior'j Iim iiumciiMis discosvries tha No. s. No. 1. Soy lief that foolishness, like tho small-pox- , Has Ins; removed my Par'er Srrp 10 the om faces than ho had previously been ac- Itcstorntiv-- NVrvli.e In nniloubtcil y ono of tho C. A. BENEDIGT & CO., ar d to a ommodale la- Lve Livingston.). 3 m 1 whooping-cougIt is iiiisurpu'.sod In nervousness, mcici.il Hotel I au and mumps, is quainted with. Never until this measles, in S B o ... month yspopsla, licudiiahe. tie'irulglis. bark dles a we'l as i.emlpn eu in anything they may I.ve llerea wish iu iiclis, ho iv. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, contagious. There is a general disposi had ho realised the attractive power of etc. Prrt trial bouOiui jilf9.iu', cliutiKuolA.llfo. on me. my line Chilnen also wjted on (.all Arr Richmond.. to 15 a in 5 5 TIIO.MPON, J may be hnd of II tion to censure the Indians for their tho mighty $. ITo now finds that his Lve Stanford .... runny. dmiuM-- i A.l In Commercial Hotel. read Ills AVw ati'i TANFOKD, KY. Lve Lancaster .. y jo a m vAZ bachelor undo, who left him a .Stnrttiifi fuel for wonderful craze in regard to a Messiah, Aftie tit," n sory aluo. InArr Richmond... 10 15 a in terest. unit lii.oly llliisllulod book, t'lco to ,t Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished st without considering tho fait that they bequebt, has endowed him with some- alL " Richmond. os n in Lse m m factory pneo. 30 thing else not set down in the last will, Arr Winchester.. I U P in vie am '""""""" A ValiuiDIo IlHciver-- . have had scarcely any of tho benefits of Arr Paris to wit, cynicism. Now York Sun. a in .. Dr IImwii Hcquurd's elulr of youth may be . . .. civilization, and nil they have learned Eve nn imiiortnut d covrry bill every ono hnous p in IH !mK!ffiX!u2EWaESM3Ml WW Lve Lexington a 00 P ni 7 00 a m. 3 45 p m Paris thai Dr rrankllu Mhos' Nov from their white brethren has been to Cure am 495pm 751 Lve Falmouth.. s The Parnellito business cost Tho Lonntlllctpd with 4 ii p m 9 m a m 5 jo p a Itliiiilven cyicaicviiii niwAiEmt'ii;45oH!r handle Arr Covington. rifles and to be don Times exactly JL'ISO.OOO. Tho share- serious heart dlseus- - ft N w Loaso of Llfo. 5 40 p m 10 44 a m 6 37 p a Arr Cincinnati 3 50 p Druirelsts 10 50 am Mipn ellucit uu fel and clothed without having to work. holders of tho pajier wero couiivelled to customers nho can obturs-- itsvery lilgh'y many SV) .. . nv.irywhrrti speak .. If In . l .......!of II. .... ...v....T'oic iiraiien, ..w y, leaves I'aris al Mr. John Wouor. of Kiiightstown, lnd.says: As to their coining Messiah tho whites iorego tneir tiivldends for the last year 7s$, p $ arriving """'" n, at and17,735 m. ,n. No. at "I have kuld much of Dr. Miles' Now euro and ,Maysvileatioio.am, p have gone a btep beyond them in tlm and for tho first six months of this year have received m.inv rood ronorls." O. Mnnrni. COMPANY Leaving both leaves Maysville al 3 jj a m, arriving at Pans 10 1 lari;o person of Sweinfurth, of Hockford, III., in oruer 10 pay it. Jolm Walter owns of Dunkirk. N. Y.,Isreport bottle sales. "And rso u leaves .Maysville at 7 so and. the best purl of It overy hnt.irivon sat4,0',l' '" T1'"e "' who has solemnly announced that he is sixteen shares, and bis loss was 18,000, isfaction." Sold aud i;u.iraiiteed by A. It. Pen- LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI VJiu''1" " ."! vcii dally from Lexington ny, Stanford, Ky. No. runs to Cincinnati. not only tho Messiah, but that ho liasar-live- tho dividend on each share being 3,000. Daily, Secures to Travelers, . :o. 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Paris Tho circulation of tho paper and its at his earthly destination and is " JS "in, (.win aiuiuay for advertisements aro constantly 8 N THE MOST RAPID ROUTE 7 oNo.pmjleaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm;arrives Falmo-itpermanently located. True ho has increasing. Chicago Herald. except Sunday. No. 7 leases Falmouth oooam: Pin,..., brought no corn nor wine to his people, IJver attempted between the great commercia nati7cain; except Sundav. When Baby was sick, wo garo her Castorla. cities on the Ohio Klver and Chicago, and hence I rain Notes Sport in California is illustrated liy runs dally, except Sunday, but he is ready and willing to receive 12 Hi j the fastest time and most comfortable trains beWhen she was a Child, ftho cried for Castorla. Lexintton and Cincinnati. No, 11 runs tween all points In the South, or to the U'cM and between only, corn nnd wino from them at all times at the following from a local paper: "Ben When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. inakinir all local slop. No a runs Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all Sunday ,.-his residence in Itockford. trdnk lines is denominated The Limited Ksprest daily hetwee- . Cincinnati and . : A number Smith, n farmer of Coos Duy, tsaw a largo When sho r .so,r. ... had Chi! 'rcu, sho gave them Castorla. Falmouth Accpinmo- buck in his fielo the other day, and ho The superb rolling stock wc employ gives pattern daiioti No trams ."vo. 0 ana '. XINGTON.KJiJ 8 now depart from new 4th of good people have visited hini from Unlimited Comlnrl Si. "poi, wentafterit. By tbe time Smith reached Ml il on 4th below John st. Say Mcnon, get Monon and stick t" Itichmond and have found the Note: -- Trains No,i andFalmouth Accommoda. you want to save money and have a pleasant tho brush he found a big panther eating ney impostor very agreeable in his tho buck. Smith killed tho .V a"'Ve "eW "U SU Uepot' " th ,,el panther and For lull informill in, time cards, maps, folders, John a YOU WAST IF Nos nnd 6 make connections at Winchestei manners anil exceedingly affable to nil took the deer to his liouoe." or address Airs. Nubbins "Josiah, are you going etc, cull enG. CRUSH, T P. A . Louisville, Ky, Inr points on the N N. ,V M V Hy W. who are willing to.admit his pretentions JAS. HAKKfcU. C, P A , hic.igo, get up?" Mr. Nubbins (yawningi to There was lately landed in San FranOrYV II. McHOIIUKTS, Agt., Stanford, and minister to his comfort. It would AND A HAPPY COOK, USE "Well, I have ono consolation I shall no doubt be conducive to his health if he cisco a freak worth mentioning in tho have sleep enough when I'm dead." lor full particulars address any agent ol the Co. were put to work in a cornfield and cer- shape of a coal black mare from Austra- Mrs. N. "Yes, nnd you will find the lia that is utterly and absolutely withW.L MUNSON 'Trav. Pas. Ag,., Cincinnati. tainly beneficial to tliu community in out a single hair, having not bo much as fire lit when you awake just as you do a. r. 11. alUKat, Oen Pass'g'r Agt For LOSTorTATLTAO MAtmnnn, which ho resides. "Bmncck Jim" mane or tail. In all other respect aho now." Now York Herald. MADE BY Wsasril and MEIlVOHa Ein:iin.-l- i it.K. HUNTINGTON. Vle..pS!?C,.d,,b",BWeakasssof Boy and Kind, F.Tccti claims to be the Indian Messiah who has is a model of the equiuo race. .Manager. 'of ErroraorEiceiiulnOMrrVrnrfr LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS also arrived and set up his kingdom upThe Shelby Sentinel Bays: For the ltut. kl AaaHOOli ralle Hm,l. U.w 1. l.r .Si GF.NKRAL OFFICES; StrMSkMr?glI,(;4lKTCU)rSDORSli1Sl'iliTSUKIIIIUr. Chamber ol Commerce Iluildipg. Clncinnstl, arallU NOatl on the earth; and this will doubtless be la 4 COMPANY, O Smitbfield, Va., did a business of first time in three years the jail is with- aiMli.lsli trim (O Slatsa udTKSiTXS.T-l.- sl. Baa IMUly rsrtlfa Cusalrlta. tTrlle lka. Note llicr,ll, Utk, eiplaaatlaa sail uill.d (ttilrllfrM. betvsceu Double daily train service on c;,,,,,), followed by other Mes more than ?o00,000 in peanuts last year. out an inmate. LEXINGTON, KY. Cincinnati and Lexington Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal SomciObservations THIS TWICE! oflbct-tinll- P oi&awiir V tin-jiir-- t, ywffiBmjgss& no - IkfiiavMiJI v)r EBl:HrvM!f iali?,'iTir 'I 1 - lWJSSSSLw zsmf9mMm M self-evide- 1 1 New York, pOyAL mm corns-ponden- t, Fehool-hous- e. NJEW HWlttlESANS, Seino-ct-Marn- o, '; l A non-exi- POWDER 'S Absolutely Pure . Shrr-ve- t s 1 1 111 RICHARD oiii-et- WARREN Ken-uck- war-pat- A-- h. y. . run-i.n- s, JsESfa PRICE, 1111.1, OLD KY. ROUTE Washington, ever-Lutin- nrtt-ct- at POSTED. . PENNY, Dentist. Her-vey- 's 11 . . . 1 T V.i Johnson EL HCILTOIST Queens-ware, 4 l, Tal-mag- e. 1 AYRE3 Ex-Go- v. iol-y- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL Srs-Cia- 111 Pliicville, Kentucky. ioi-j- 1 ll) nor e.-- Kentucky Central R.R. till comfort-able'f- &mmEkw&m 4 . . . THE RILEY sr-r- . . . . 1 1 r- - - , lt'-- l i. f pl-- i i'- . s . ,. 'i Ma ..r . 1. I North-Houn- d. s h cpiu-psy- , ft C . ini-lai- do-ceas- l 11 1 A . B.0H-nr.t-i.aBa- ua He-tr- t 5 ihou-und- breech-loadin- g -- "Hs 111 A NEW FAST MAIL -- CREAM !U& y?w& ?wm xx&w 4,n. 1 1 d ta VJU0 n. -No. - long-baarde- d j.. " GOQD BREAD J? i. C 111 CREAM FLOUR for men mm 1 - d prse-h-i NpI i Jl'S... '.. H. P .v . . . -- .5. 'rr- .' .