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NOW is the Time to Buy Youp Holiday Presents in Watches, Clocks; Clocks $3, worth $5; Clocks at $2.50, worth Watches worth $100 at $70; worth 530 at S20, am ofTc'ring everything in my stock of Jewelry at cost for CASH only. Look at the prices: $20 at Su, worth S15 at S10. 11. W. Raymond's movements, gilt, 117.50; Nickel, 20. Hampden Railway movement at S18.75. beven Jew movements, 55 to $6. 25. Everything else in propor- worth ow while you have a large stock to select from. Come tion. I h avc tle largest stock ever brought to Stanford and have lately opened a large stock of new goods bought especially for the Holiday trade, and examine my stock and prices but bring the money with you as the sale is POSITIVELY for cash. JSIC CSOST by our Lancaster 12 OM. y C2.A. $. tari JEWELRY OR SILIE:aW"A.:R,:E3. jfiL. jez- - 'FnsnsTur. POSTED. 1 r vs, u FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ? "int outfit to hnvo hcen nr widows of Mexirnn veteran. piiil lon nito. TIiIh in wpccinlly true in sec (Jliasteen and Joe Grant, who "lit Electioneer, Stanford's famous stalto many nises from Kontucky, for tlio star and stripes, draw the We offer for site privately our farm Vniwn as forbid kinfolkj and their folk's folks, my folks There w nothing more prolific of Iron regard tlii'Ho "fatti'd" lighten", lion, is dead. the Georpo Anderson place, 14 mile from IIuMori. and their folks, ai well as colored folks, to trespass property Mas taken for military Obt pensions of l)lo in this country thnn the frcoueiiry of second-hanville.on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acre, or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels oil my farm Wa.vtkd, a feed cutter. of gooj dwelling of 6 rooms and well watered. Call without my permission, or they will be punished "' ont' 0,,,V to piirpones by tlio troops during tho wrx-- each receiving $21 per month, H out elections. We Ki't to the full extent ot the law. f mean what I say. on or address us at Ilustcnville, ICy. the 21 iiinHctilmu K'dernl pensioners V. B. McRoberts. JOH.V EI.I.IS, and tho excitement in Claims that were meritorious have been jn THOMAS C. JIALL. leap into another, -- G. A. Peyton sold to E. P. Owsley fl MARY ELLIS roieeied. or allowed to hnmrflro for venrs can't ruad or write, while nil of the G to the hitter and relentless concident every conceivable pretext "This Mexican survivors possess good English hog;, 207 nverege, at '6. tests that ensue interferes Borioimly with under Fok Sale. A registered Jersey bull, of educations. Jiidgimr. from this there is business, engenders bail feeling and pan- is so unjust as to become positively diuVrenco in the stuff of lo months old. J. G. Carpenter. considerable Lot on Main Street in Stanford ders to a thriftless and worthless oIhm of fenslvo, when the fact is considered that B. W. Gaines bought in Garrard last P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. and tho every nickel's worth of property taken which each class is constructed to bo week 00 nice ewes at 70 to fo.Go. Containing z acres. voters who live on excitement sure. is distributed to the pur- - from any citizen north of the Ohio rivboodle that Terms easy. T. R. WALTON, Stanford. Will Lilian! bought of Win. Hubble I have recently taken charge of this Mrs. Mollie Collier went to Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high chaseablo clement of our population. The er has been paid for by appropriations Monday to see her aunt. Mrs. F. 40 lwad of 1,300 pound cattle at 3 J cts. standard. Special attention given lu the traveling out of the public treasury. Every pin, public usually taken sides in everything A. G. Secrest, of Nicholas, lost his public. I of Maretsburg, spent the week K''t to tho chicken and turkey taken by Morgan's M. Curtis, - (,K that comes tip. with her sister, Mrs. Agnes Heron. Mr. barn with 150,000 pounds of tobacco by First-Clas- s election of a mayor of&clty 100 miles dif men in Indiana and Ohio h is been paid mid Mi. Arthur Zeller have returned tire. Foil tiiut. whether it is nny of its business for liberally and promptly by tho gov Sale. A few tons of good timIn connection. Also In the corporate limits of Rowland. Mr. W. K.Buchan-aof the interest tak-e- n ernment, while muny of the claims of, to Noblesville, Ind. othy hay in bales. W. II. Badgett, More- not. If or H. J. DARST, Rowland. returned to Middlesboro Monday, lanu. takBilliard Parlors. Pool in ailaira of no importance could be loyal men in Kentucky for property A. T. Nunnelley pays highest cash worthy en by tho Union and Confederate troops, where his wife and family will join him M. R El D, Clerk. L. bestowed upon those that were LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. 73 tl would bo before the end of the year. Mr. and market price for hides and country proof attention, there would bo a material have been alike rejected. It .i " " -- THEorder for some of our representatives Mrs. Logan Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, duce. in The undcrstened will rpnt for th - ,a. improvement in thu ways ol the world. reasonabe terms her Farm ot 230 Acres, ijfrmles in Congress to call attention to this wero tho guests of Mrs. Jael Cooper enFoil Sale. Five jacks, two of them trora UiIledgeTil e, Ky. The renter can hivetha Co. privilege of seeding this Fall. Applt to day. John Buchanan, of the Louisville 15 hands high. George F. Anderson. In tho proceeding of tho con. ron. a fact. Mrs. NANCY JENKINS. was stated that tho Times, spent several days this week with Danville, Ky. few days since it OF STANFORD, KY., Danville, Ky. The con. con. has been in session 80 tho folks at home. Mr. Vic Owens, who lelng "out of work" adjourned Apply to W. M. Rtio & Son for entry Is now fully organized and ready for business wih days at a cost of $800 per day, making lus been studying telegraphy under for tho day. Tlils.no doubt, suggested blanks for W. T. Woodard's sale. EnSALE. tho frolic which resulted in the war cry the neat little aurn of iAS.600. It bos Urer. Maret, was down to see his moth- tries close Jan. 1. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. .Jh House and Lot of 14H Acres on the pike, "On to Richmond !" led by tho gay and spent a week or so in parading around er, Mrs. Agnes Heron, on Wednesday now occupied G. M. fc J. A. Lee, of Boyle, sold to Surplus, 13,500. by Mr. K one mile from ItStanford, improved, has Thurmond. is Well over the State in quest of adventures, "Vic" has a s head on his shape- Robt. festive warrior, Col. Young. fine orchard, good garden and water. Mam- Aul, of(St. Louis, a Ac, but for what good pur- ly shoulders, and by the way he is ready MKS. FANNIE DUNN. 67tf SUCCESSOIt to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL We were pleased to see our esteemed pose no one knows. Quite a large amount for an office; and if the dispatcher does brino Startle for S900. HANK OK STANFORD, Amos McCampbell's racing string Irieud, Dr. wave Ugan, in town muni him right ho will be one of "thu boys" and stud, 35 head, sold at Louisville Sat- (Now closing up) with the same assets nnd under ' day. Ho has bwn confined to his bed the same management. not very ill, them, but thus far without any noticea-hi- s soon. J. F. Holdam went to Middles- urday at an average of $S20. for two weeks, and, tho-u- h y provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as indinjtOHition caused bis friends much bio effect in putting a Btop to their I have boro this week to spy out a location for my depositors li P. Owsley has bought sinco la-- J fully protected as aie being held ill National set pike, finished from new Saw Mill on the Somer7 miles Danville Advocate. Stanford and am prepared Individually Hanks, its shareholders traordinary proceedings. To indulge in his store, which he will shortly remove report 150 hogs at He buys none liable to the extent of the amount of their stock make-uof the world wss criticism with tho hopo of effecting a thither. If the geni'ral therein nt the par value thereol, in addition to the less than 2J5 pounds in weight amount invested in such shares. It may net as berat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give equal to Matthew David Logan, the change is like pouring water on tho back me a trial, Pstofficc, MAYWOOD, KY. Wo ran down to that hurtling little c., ai ruiiy Bdm,niitra,or' tru,tee-E- nglish capitalists.it is said, have troubles of mankind would bo at an end. of a duck. There nro some excellent railroad town, Junction City, Saturday A. B. BASTIN To buisinets to interest in the while those who entrusted theirNational Hank ui genmen in tho convention, hut they seem to see our friend, V. M. O'Bryan. Mr. bought a ol mnaging the Lincoln In all that constitutes the Kimball, Tenn., Town Company for Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and tleman he stands as a conpicftous exam- to be powerleas to control the body, and O'B, during a railroad career of a dozen trust tuey win continue to transact their business may well be hence aro compelled to drift with the years, has nt last, by successive steps, with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenple, of which Kentucky tion to same, our twenty years' experience in Moreland & Lee bought of Bob and conservative in all tide. banking and as liberal accommodations as are conproud. Liberal worked himself into ono of tho best payI am well prepared to bore well and will do cattlo at 3 sistent with sound banking. 9 head of the work in a good manner and promptly things, with a big heart filled with ing positions on the Knoxvillo Branch cents and of "craborchardT" dihkctors: John Murphy, Jr., 11 weigh and as open us the day, Uncle At One Dollar a Foot. nnd a jwsition for which, by reason of I I. William Mt. Vernon; There will bo a Christmas tree nt his accommodating "turn," ho is just the ing 1,525 at 3j cts. Call on orjwldress me at Stanford, Kentucky. I. M. Mail Stantord Dave has troops of friends, who would t J. S. Owsley, Stanford; A. V. Montgomery traded, tho Hiatt L. T. SMITH. sympathise with him in sickness, anil re- the Baptist church Christmas Kvo night, proper man. Thu salary of the place S. J. Embry, Stanford; farm of 31 acres to A. H. Bastiu for two J. H. Lynn, Stanford; so say the knowing ones. health,. It is not joice with him in with the commissions attached amounts A. W, Carpenter, Mllledgcville; With now and a to something like $120 per month. All houses and lots near thu Crab Orchard Daughman, Hustonville; J. K.K. to wait until bo Oleii to say good depot nnd $1 ,500. J. Cash, Stanford; Blue-Gra- ss new coat of paint in addition to the lowthings concerning him. daily; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. told there is not 0 hours' work Jerry Briscoe sold to I. Brown 28 S. II. Shanks, President. browed, modern platform, our depot will and with a nice oilice to do this work in J. II. Owsley, Cashier. Tho best way to obtain notorioty head of slop cattle at 2J. E. W. Lee sold Immense stock of fruit aud ornamental trees. bo one of the handsomest on tho K. I). ami plenty of fcneistance to help him do to Israel Brown, of Lexington, GO do. at Grapevines, Asparacus, small trees, and ' everyis to either kill somebody or steal A candy party at Mr. Will Curtis' thing for the lawn, orchard and garden. We have it, it is indeed a "soft berth." Ho has a at2i". Danville Advocate. something. This Insures a full and no agents, but sell direct at low prices to the planter. Write for catalogue to including a pleuiMtit country homo Tuesday night most competent force in Messrs. Turner, biographical sketch, Hamilton & O'Bryan, who shipped was attended by quite a delegation of Landram and Bower, tho first of which H.F.HILLENMEYER. who at onco beLexington, Ky. picture of tho subject, By tho town beaux and belles. They report a is yard clerk, tho second night operator 5 car loads of hogs to market, for which they paid 3, claimed that they lost $200 comes the hero of the hour and the one "hugn time." and the third day operator. Mr. Bower upon whom public attention is centered. Miss Mollio Warren's school in tho was formerly editor of tho Parksville by tho deal. Lebanon Enterprise. Shelby Tevis, of Lincoln county, sold This BUCgestion is not by any means in Adams' neighborhood closed Friday. mado very pop- this week to Israel Brown 02 fat cattio tended to luro tho unwary from tho Lillie Adams, Curtis Adams and Linda News, a paper which be I sell my farm of about largestclrculntion com- averaging, about miles north of Stanford on th Co. ateddesire to tiipike, opposite the old 130 acres, situ& 1,600 pounds, at 3 to 4 cents pathsol rectitude or to abandon the Anderson wero among thoso who re- ular, giving it the Rush Branch of any pachurch. There pared to the 8izJ of the town required of good and also 130 hogs at 3J to 4j cts. Versailles methods are about 30 acres in wheat and rye; the balance ceived rewards for scholarship, while the per in the State. of the farm well set In timothy. Good dwelling Sun. citizens. of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid lew rest were treated to a nice spread of C. M. Jones shipped to Cincinnati barn; Is well watered and fenced. Possession can CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. costume be given immediately. For paticulars,se Olass A. Installment Stock. Dr. Mary Walker of Uloomer J. P. Inst Saturday 40 hogs, nveraging 303 lbs Bailey, Stanford, or write the nndersigned at Tli08.T. Stanford, who learned telof 35 of them wero Polauds and averaged I notoriety, WB the government owes her A petition asking for a submission Cincmnati, Ohio. E. WITHERS. Face value $100. Costs Si admission fee and afn pension and that she does not intend egraphy here under W. M. O'JJryan, and tho prohibition question to the people 414 lbs. This beats anything we have terwards 60 cents a month until payments and nntil aim obtains her right. ly whom everybody in this burg remem was voted down. to die profits equal 100. No dividends in cash until maheard of so far. FOB SALE OE EE2TT. turity, which is estimated to take place in 7 or 8 all ineana let tho pension bo granted bers for his "wide" pants, longitudo of By a vote of 38 to 30 tho convention Prof. J. T. Patterson, of Hamilton years. First year's credited dividends have beeu legs and boundless good fellowship, has decided that tho giver and taker of a College, has sold his residence and Go over 1$ per cent. without further delay. 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Co. been transferred from Rilcys to tho agen- bribe nre equally guilty nnd both shall acres of land at Lexington for $29,000 to Tho report of tho conimitteo on mili- cy nt Livingston, which is considered Part of the estate of U. W. Givens, dee'd. be excluded from the right of sufTragoon II. L. Asher. Moses E. Lard formerly tia in tho con. con. provides that the quite a promotion. Hero a looking at nfiK acres Iront on the north aide of the Stanconviction. owned tho property. uxompt from General Assembly "may Class B. $100 Full Paid Stock. ford and Knob Lick turnpike, adjoining A. K. you, old boy. uenny. j 'arK P Zacli Phelps proposition to limit di01 tnis tract Is excellent Bastin & Collier bought of Mrs. J. B. military services persons having conscihemp land. The balance is in and vt Collier bought this week vorce liaatin decrees to tho single ofl'onso of Owsloy 24 head 300 pound hogs at 3.45. Face Value $100. Costs $1 ndmtssion fee and $50 84V, acress in glass lie south corn said grass. adpike, of entious scruples against bearing arms, of W. F. Abraham, Monroe Curtis and A. accepted by tho legis They also bought of T. M. Pennington In lieu of all dues. Total $51 per share. Receives joining yardsK. Denuy and Capt. Hen Powell, withof first tract in aoo Both tracts are well provided such persous shall pay an others lf0 barrels of new corn nt $2.12$. adultery has been cash dividends of 3 percent. watered and as a whole will make a good farm. aud will bo embodied and J. G. Livingston 200 barrels of corn upon5o equivalent for such exemption." Wheth They also bought of L. D. Garner 10 fat lative conimitteo Liberal time given on delerred payments. MjilciiiR O 3?or Cent. Por Your, in its report. in the field at $2. If not soid before January ist, both tracts will of money, er this equivalent is to consist hogs, averaging 2(K) pounds, at It J cents a proportion of surplus prof- be rented, separately if desired, for tne year 1891, far, tho election As amended thus At Treacy A Wilson's sale at Lex- and is credited with whisky or mules is tangle-fo. tobacco, its, until the payments and surplus amount to January 1.AS. G. & W. P. and 10 stock hogs at Jl cents Green J GIVENS, Executors. bill prescribes a residence of ono year in ington Friday 35 horses brought an av- $100. This surplus is a small per centage at first not mado clear. Neither is it apparent bought this week of various parties tho State, 0 months in tho county nnd is a preferred This 0 but increases every vear. erage of S1,0S1. Palestine brought stock and the cash dividends are guaranteed. Cau nsto how an equivalent for services In this locality a of fat hos (WdayHin tho precinct as qualifications and J. W. Guest gave $075 for a be withdrawn after one year. needed by the State in time of insurrec- which he shipped to Jellico, for voters, together with an intention to chestnut filly by Onondaga, dam by tion or war could bo determined. PerS. Vanderpool, tho hackman, whoso And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. , make this Statu n place of permanent Springbok. haps tho cost of a big, finger was mashed several months ago residence. Yesterday was tondisacreeabloaday Desiring to quit the drug business at Hustonsubstituto would bo a just equiva- between two barrels, had tho wounded for a great many people to come to town- - Class 0. $50 Full Paid Stock. ville I offer my entire stock of fresh Drugs and THS' DOINGS. of the services of tho Chemicals for sale. Mystook fs complete in every lent for tho loss so tuero was a smalt crowd and but tew member amputated this week, Dr. Blair particular and the business is a paying one in HusBtock sold. Auctioneer Dan M iller re conscientious Face value $30. Costs fi admission fee and $15 tonville. Will also rent the entire houe my store performing tho operation. Mr. VanderAlfred Lord, for 20 years a resident ports a lot of scrub cattle at 2 cents. ofnll dues, total $16 per share. Receives is located in. The house contains 4 good upstairs in lieu nn .llviilrndi. hut is credited with the same rooms. G. A, WASH, Hustonville. It ia said that a certain minister of tho pool manifested almost as much "nerve" of Danville, is dead, aged 74. Tho HarroJsburg Democrat reports ner nili centaeeof profits as Installment Stock. If is denouncing tho us did the Roman Consul, Sylla, when Billy McOluro, tho fath- sales of 20 good brood owes at $7, corn in such stock had been issued during the past year, Old Uncle gospel in Germany .1. .tiviil..nu would have been over t ner cent. s of $2, cure for consumption discovered by Dr. he hid a wen extracted in tho market er of Judge McOluro, of Rockcastlo, died tho Held nt a 5 of $as and the credited profits equal $50 cattio at When thevalue is withdrawn in cash. This Is a hogs at 3$, car a? a the faen upon tho ground that it interferes place. Ignoring the use of opiates, Mr. Sunday, aged Koch, the in esDeciallv adanted 1, aged mules at $100 to $135 and '20 nuu. fi.rm nfemck. savings without theforordinary fright-- , S. coolly laid his hand on a good's box, vestment ofsmall Morrison McClelland, tho veteron 2 year-old-s with one of his favorite topics in nt $100. On account of continued bad health, I desire to feature of monthly payments. Can be withdrawn sell privately my farm of 330 Acres of blue. grass cuing sinners. Ho takes some confola- shut his eyes aud told the "Sawbone" to turfman and trainer, died at Lexington after one year. alland at a bargain, in 'a fine state' ol fertility. Would The books and securities of the Company are MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. tion however, in the fact that Dr. Koch get in his work. It's not every man who Saturday, after a career of 50 years on sell aoo acres with improvements. Locution one ways open to investors. mile south of Staniord, and the laying of the farm doctor can ever discover a ; ia built that way nor anv other the turf. feet 7 inches tall, L. V. Collins, 0 There are all of the necessary imis superb. John Xordyke, better known to the keep death out of tho world. Tho Diod, on the night of Dec. 1, Mrs. Kat0 and Miss Martha Furnsworth, 3 feet 1 provements, including a frame dwelling ot five way to rooms aud hall, a large basement burn, and all inelau-chol- y deworld of waggery as "Good Abe," Huston Sandidge, wife of Silas M. minister Beeins to take a sort of buildings new Fur further information, apply to inch, wero married at I'arkersburg, W Sho was a niece IIOIIT. McALISTEU, Stanford. of consumption. pleasuru in contemplation of tho parted this State for Florida last Tues31,300,000 of Stock Carriod by 48.1m Va. dread monster nnd is no douhl ready to day, taking with him tho "farowel grip" f Mr. .r. M. Wrav and a lovely woman ovor 1,600 Mombors. Mr. Georpo Faulknor, of Jellico, "ahuflle off this mortal coil" at a mo- of many a chum witli whom he was a in every respect. Three littlo children nnd Mi'es Callie Thompson, a pretty "halo follow Well met." John says ho aru loft with tho husband to mourn her ment's notice. younj? lady of 21, wero married Saturday doesn't know how long thu laud of thu God grant them consola- at, Mr. J. J. Clancy's. on Wednesday whangadoodlo will contain htm, but ho loss, and may For full information apply to laaLLnaV The Helho Concert tion in this dark hour. A week before Jessie Bareilold, a beautiful ovoning. was superb. Tho Opera House doesn't go to seek a fortune simply to a do her death Mrs. Saudidgo oxpressed girl of Taducah, having been jilted GEORGE W. JOHNSTON, was well filled by nu attentive aud ap- see thu country and unearth inoro phos- sire to unite with the Presbyterian by her lover, Henry Minor, attempted audience. The violin solos phate. Tuero wero only two unique preciative GENERAL MANAGER, Mr. Helm was sent for, suicido by taking a dose of rough on rats while tho pi- characters here, "Judge" Carson, alias church and Rev. nnd duets wero baptizing her, receiyed her in- Kll'ort8 wero made to save her life, but The Commerce, - - - Louisville, Ky. who after ano solos were excellent. Tho vocal to. "Cracked Heel" and "Good Abe," nnd to tho visible Church, preparatory to a .,., rlinrmitiL'lv rendered. All who her recovory is doubtful. i CO., r 1UO 111..W now that tho latter has forsakeu his (atv happy union with tho Church above. Tho frionds of Mr. S. G. Boyle, forof a high order ougut er,8 we U0 4(Ju(, ,B mormrch of tho appreciate music HUSTONVTLLB, KY. merly of tho Danville Advocate, but now V I.kingdom of comedy. "Whoa. Charles! ' The cotton houso of V. & E. Meyer, to attend their performances GEO. D. WEAKEN, Agent, Are still in the 'business and ready to do anyLexington Stock Farm, will of the thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full tho something over 125, pension- Now Orleans, has suspended, with liabih editor r-STANFORD, KY. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes lie is to become It 1b not just to assume that all tho ap- ers in Lincoln county,. 33 liyo in aggregating $2,500,000 aud assets $3,. ho pleased to learn that of every description. Our hearse, which la nearly tho O. itierf propriations unadej ,by Congress aro new can be obtained en short notice Mr. J. ' a Benedict on New Year's. Tho fortuThis is tho third targpst cotton Refer to J.J. McROITERTS, Cashier First Na. Qreen bat charge of cur business and will shew wrong"; and' that tho' publio irioney is O. precinct. 21of them' are survivors of 000,000. to nate young lady, is Miss Wbitthorne, tional Hank, Stanford, Ky our good to any one needing anything in onf . 1.. Mctnil. True, this la often tho the late war and 5 are widows of soldiers house in tho country and supposed of Tennessee. Sn daughter of au Sutf l he- - o'f th'at war, 5 aro Mexican veterans and bo one of tho wealthiest. I case; but there aro claims pending Seasonable Comment FAB,M FOR SAT. lar-whe- re ot d 1 50-- U MX3SHS HOUSE, n aro:R. s.ax:ei i $-- Ilrod-hea- d h-o- For Sale S Sample Room Twenty Building tots n onu-Usnt- h and J .- Farmers Bank& Trust con-volitio- n 54-- tf FOR RENT OR Dan-vil- le -- first-clas- slght-sfein- g, 11 1TBW SAW MILL. p l. """fj - 43- -r three-fourt- well-bre- d WEX. BOHIWTG. Mc-Alist- er win-shin- e 1,400-poun- d 34-t- nee-essar- y weather-boardin- g Nurseries. now-u-da- com-plet- o Investments Offered 64- - Louisville Savings, Loan Farm For Said. Building law-abidi- knick-knack- semi-annu- al ot Si-l- er 59-- $13,-00- car-loa- d HOTJSE FOE, HE1TT doublo-Usted- six-fo- ot stay-at-home- 5i-a- m car-load- 300-poun- d 1,090-poun- SO-od- d. mi m m saw, San-didu- e, EjPSHKf RraBBHP9SliHPIMvf' first-class- , m J. T. STJTTOIT A Of A t t & ! i f t J - i "i u $ at Joliett, 111., blow men. up and killed Covington hat increased her liquor Stanford, Ky., - December 9, 1890 license to four times the old amount. To Louisville's firo loss this year is on which $750,000 wore paid in insurance. Dr. Baxter, surgeon general of the In a caucus on tho question, tho re- miiilicanain thoScnato decided not to army, died at Washington from a stroke adopt just yet tho rules with which Reed of paralysis. d Attorney General Miller has throttles tho minority in tho House, in the building of n United Suite8 order to shut off dobato and forco the be Goods, Forco bill tlirouch. Thoy don't thin, it jail at Louisville. yet, sinco tho democrats hnvo MnrBhal Golden, of Barbourville, was necessary Goods, Shoes, c. , niniio no dilatory efforts, but tho tho nm seriously wounded by tho dischargo cf ? daijority of tho members nro for adopting his own pistol. to A syndicate has bought tho Alexan" the ptg rules, whenever thoy find the bill cannot be passed otherwise. The der Hotel, Louisville, and will retain W. fact of tho business is the moro conserv- It. Logan as manager. of AlJoseph Abbott, a ative of tho Senators are against tho bill it is not absolutely certain that it bany, N. Y., committed suicide when his and can bo passed oven under the party lash theft of $S0,000 was discovered. partisan rules. The Dr. K. II. Jones has been appointed and with Senate, too, is not the one superintendent of the Uopkinsville Asybill beforo tho need, passed by tho House, but is in a much lum, vice Dr. Byrne, resigned. to more modified form and if it should pass Got. Buckner has fixed Feb. 4 ns ti We to a conference committee will have to be day that John C. Carter, of Graves countoo 1 us. We take further ty, shall'be hung, tho court of appeals appointed and tho House action on it having affirmed tho sentence. Mrs. Matilda Evans, of Laurel couu Oim pension laws nro liberal enough ty, is aged 91 and has ISO children, grand now, the Lord knows, but Senator Quay, children and in order to stand in with tho soldier votff The Kittenhouso blanket manufac Js'ow we by has introduced a bill to increase tho pay tory at Passaic, N. J., which employed We $72 to $100 per of blind pensioners from we S00 hands, has failed for over a million. month; also to all persons who have lost We be evert Tho l'ineville coko ovens will be nn arm at the shoulder joint or a leg nt Keeping Cider SnrfU to we deabandoned for tho present, because the Cider to bo kept nnfennented should tho hip joint a pension of JGQ a month, owners find it more profitable to handle bo made as lato in autumn as joiuble, besee and to those who have lost an arm as it would bo difficult to keep from ferwe low the elbow or a leg below the knee, coal. Chicauo has authorized the issue of menting when inndo early in the huiaou. $55 n month. Those who nave lost n Set. nid of the November made cider, if bunged up hand or n foot or have been totally disa- $5,000,000 municipal bonds in tight nnd stored whero a temperature 30 years, or bebled in the same, are to be entitled to 550 World's Fair, payable in near tho freezing point can bo maintained, fore, on 90 days' notice. a month. The bill provides further that will keep sweet e at 1'ar-i- s Some probablyput in a half indefinitely.n The new $30,000 ieoplo persons who havecontractedtwo or moro jwnnd or is nearly completed and will be open- pound of mustard seed to tho barrel of dif abilities shall receive a sum per month Main Street, Stanford, Ky, m. is said to bo the fin- cider and others u.o sulphito of lime in equal to tho total rates for all of the dis- ed December 30. It the saine way. Tho old time method of est in the State outside of Louisville. abilities mentioned. On with the raid CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tho mystery as to the killingof Ollio vcalding is considered by many iMXple Tub Farmers Allianco in National con- Travis, at Lexington, has been cleared up one of tho leat and least objctionablc St, Mary's church at Birmingham, methods. vention at Ocala, Fla., has ordered a call by a witness, who swears that he saw We fceo this described an follows valued at.OOO, burned hist week. laborers, Dick Perkins plungt tho knife into him. for a meeting of tho farmers, When tho cider has slightly fermented Rev Mr. Crawford, of Campbells- . lValer In. . .. Ac, to convene at Cincinnrti in FebruaAt a meeting of Irish citizens at Lex- it should bo drawn or dippod from the ville, preached at the Presbyterian purpose of organizing a third ry for tho standing to church Sunday. ington, Sunday, resolutions were adopt casks where it has GROCERIES party. If such a party is organized it ed expressing confidence in Parnell, and betUo into hirgo copj)or kettles or an old will be the death of the alliance. But a cablegram to that effect was sent him. copper still, and bo heated just np to the OliiBawuro, Tinwitro, &o. NKW AttVKUTISEMKXTS Iwiling point and no longer, when it two parties will ever stand any show in ifc N.ran should lx again put into open ranks to A passenger train on the L. Has on handa'fresh supply of canned goods ol every description, this country and tho democratic party is Ixfomo cold. It will then Ik? alliance can get every- into a freight at Walton, killing George settle and Ik? macenroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a one of them. The tightly bunged in Ivirrela Davison and Alexander Dawson and se- ready to thing it wants except the fool and stored away. During the heating a Strayed or stolen, about j rvk ago, from nV grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, five other passengers. thre I.eavel, business by allying it with the party riously hurting largo quantity of scum will riw to the pasture near I't.im one bay (iarrard county, black raisins, tearling Ml'Lr; mare mulw, oni is $5,000. Sc, in great variety. Give my Nudavene, something new, top to be skimmed eff, ami during the Up. ami lh other a black horse mute I will give that has always contended for the rights Tho pecuniary loss Ior a trial. return ot the mulct and The roll of Revolutionary War wid- cooling most of the impnritu still held V'x reward powof the people as against the money the conviction ofthctoitf ows is finally getting short. Patty NIXON 1'EKKINS. in solution will bo deposited as sedimont ers and monopolists. 1'otHt I cTcllKy. of Bethel, VL, aged 91 years, is in tho Iwttom of tho casks. Popular .GO TO. Gardening. Mercury has increased to said to be the last of that noblo and Thk Carlisle array of heroines. National and otherwise improved. Building- & Lean keciatloa, n Sir. lttTclir' "Acconnt ltonka." G. J. Burgess shot and fatally Bro. Keller is too good a newspaperman I was talking with Mrs. Henry Wnrd OK LOUISVILLE, KY. to run after the flesh pots of political wounded his mistress, Mrs. McKinley, Teechcr a few days ago regarding the surprised if at Williamstown, and on attempting to widely copied report that some ivcconnt JOHN II. LEATHERS. PreMdent; offico and we would not be "MODEL JOHN I. nUNLAl'.Viee.I'realilent ho should after awhile admit that the use his pistol on the officers who went books kept by Mr. Beechcr of his f:vrm-inand domestic expenses had lw reir con. con. did him a favor in not making to arrest him, was shot dead. Beat Investment Kor Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats of all kinds, Cream Cheese, cned from a pile of horiM! rubbish and The Safest and him its clerk. In tho mean time, old of Geo. W. The hanking house Crackers, Maccaroni, Pickles, Hominy, Sauces, Olives, Mince Meat, In the State. were about to be published. "There is no fellow, we would adviso you that the Co., at Meadville, Pa., has failPuddine, Dried Fruits, Prunes, Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies. truth in tho report whatever," Mrs. Duct do ccnla per ihare per month No deductieni space you are giving to that Indianapo- ed. Delamater was Boss Quay's candi- DeeclKsr. "Why, Mr. Bvechcr said for any purpose ftum inouthlj-du- t was tho lis firm for an imaginary dictionary, can date for governor of Pennsylvania, who last mau in tho world to keep such tilings Also plain and fancy Glass and Quccnswarc, Lamps and Lanterns of be much more profitably employed. was defeated by tho democratic nominee as nccount books. Ho never kept any in Paid 12 Per Cont. tho First Year every description. OCbutmctt. hi life, for he had not tho pationco for at tho recent election. Tin: clerk of the House publishes a Peter Held, of Honey Creek, Wis., it. I kept all the accounts ho had occa Every IS.co Invettcd on to harci Kirn $5 oo. He is now receiving and opening the largest and finest stock of Iloli list of the members elect of the 52d For particular!, write CM. lMULLU'S. day Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. desirous of shufiling ofl this mortal coil, sion for. Such a thing as an account ft Weit Main St , Lounville, Ky w hich shows that 2151 democrats, ii.jt book was never among his effects, and took Paris green, rat poison, shot himself none, therefore, conld havo been un88 republicans and 8 farmers alliance in tho head, drove a pair of shears into earthed. I have no idea how the report leaves a vacanmen were elected. This his bowels and cut his head open with a started, bnt you can deny in toto." I am cy in Rhode Island and one in New hatchet before he could succeed in doing orry to spoil a very good literary York. The alliance men are democrats, so. but thto aro tho facts. Edward Sec i The undersigned, Clirliimn Gooch, I) so the democratic majority is 150 and O (ioocli, Nathan binsleton, W K Itcynuldi, l Nearly all of the Massachusetts W. Bok's Letter. T dooch, citizen of Lincoln county,. Ky , have will likely be 15S. The returns of tho which voted on prohibition last Air Klila to lln Orernt-- l by KWtrlclty, t hi day aociatedourelvi together at utotii r moro votes towns, various States show that ation, under the provlnont of Chapter to of the rejected the proposition. A notaThe advocates of tho iwsdibility of nav- (irner.il Statutes of Kentucky, under the name of off year than week, were cast in this the Olive Cemetery Company at Olive, I.uv o!n ble exception was, Chelsea, which last igating tho air by means of electricity county, Ky ever before, except in presidential years, year gave 090 majority against prohibi- havo taken the first step toward puttiug Set. a Tho general nature of the husin4 0f the nverage being 03 per cent, of that tion. This year the vote was against li- their ideas into practical bhapo by tho this corporation ahall he to acquire real oraid any in propeny tiy purchase, gift, divtse cast in 1888. formation of ti company with a capit'd ulhir way, and to sell, convey ami dispose of the cense. or otherwise ; aaid pr p same by sale or mortgage ' Henry Johnson, the negro who as- of $20,000,000 having for its objket the erty to U) used forCernettry purposes onlj The democrats carried Frankfort with K7!jt533RSS9HHHIHHHHIIsHHHIHHHHHsSBIHX!SKi building and o'K'rating of electrical air bee, J. The amount of capital Mock authorized a whoop Saturday. Strange as it may saulted Mrs. Walters, near Central, S. ships. Tho company is to carry on its to b issued in the natnu of the corporation shall (100) share of not more than appear, Kentucky's capital has hereto-or- C, and was lynched, but did not die, work in Chicago, and promise to havo a consist value nf one dollartwo hundrodthe same to be and for Si each, of the republicans, but was discovered afterward under a brush car ready in six moiitlis. Tho iroOHod paid In at the time and place of the organization been controlled by this tho democrats under tho direction of the heap in a dying condition by his lynch- ship re&embles tho hull of nn ordinary sen ofSec. 4Company. ' C m t o r la no well adapted to chfldrrti Uiat Ciutnrla cTirra Colic, Oonatlrntlon, 1 ho buninett el said corporation shall Knii'tntlon, Sour HloniAch, ijUnhn-Aloth day ol October, I recommend ItMsurriorU) any prescription State Central Committee pulled them- ers, a match applied to tho brush and vessel. It requires only two men to ojer. begin on thebusiness for twenty-fiv- ilyo, and shall EIIU Vnnna, Klr "'T. auid iiruiiiotat dlyear ate it The motive power is supplied by continue inThe strain ol said corporation shall be II A. Arciikr, If. D., known to rue." selves together this time and showed he was burned to death. 5. Sec Without Injurious medication. composed of Ill So. Oxford BL, UruoUjn, N. Y. a November was a noted month for storage batteries, which work a system conducted by fiveHoard of Directors, what they could do. Bowling Green ala majority of whom of wings and propellers, aud also act not less than a stockholder, the transaction of Tub Cuttace Coxriiir, 77 Murray Strwt, X. V quorum for so elected democratic officers, although railroad accidents. There were a total as ballafct. Tho driver or motorneor or shall constitute Director shall bo elected annualbusiness. Said candidate for mayor is of 283 accidents, in which 80 persons "pilot" takes his place in the republican front of the ly liv llir or were killed and 3S0 injured and tho fa- car, and controls its course by a series of rjsec. 6. to The highest amount of indebtednf ono of the most popular men in town. which thi corporation shall subject liability talities were largely)n what are consid- levers and switches. Now York Com- itself shall be one half of lhe paid up capital stock. The New York Herald and other mug- ered tho best roads in tho United States mercial Advertiser. Sec 7 She private property of the shareholdwump papers are endeavoring to get up in exemption from accidents of a serious ers shall be exempt from the corporate debts Gq TO- for U. S Sec 8. The Kuan! of Director shall have pow. Aged Sen Gull. An a boom for Charles A. Dana and regulanature. er to make and adopt such Dick is erriooted at Bren ton's reef tion as they may deem 'proper, and by anl bySenator from New York. It will hardly An old fashioned hanging was witmay create such ollicciasmay be necesiary succeed, however. His Sun has not nessed in Georgia Friday. Thecondemn-e- d lightship for tho winter. Dick is only lawcarry on the business of said corporation and to an aged sin gull, but aboard tho light- shall prescribe the duties of same. They may shone with that brilliancy for democracy was seated in a wagon on his coffin ship he is port of tho ship's company prescribe in said the bonds required of nruvide for the or FOR that would entitle him to such an honor and driven half a mile to tho gallows, on from October to April. Thid bird ha anv of all of said inofficers, and or the Hoardfillof ing said offices in vacancies at the hands of the democrats. A swap which he delivered a harangue of half jwified its winters at the fchip for eigh- Directors, and may prescribe the compensation Tor any of said otlicers lor tntir services. Stoves, Coal from Evarts to Dana would not be much an hour, exhorting his hearers to meet teen years, and now, as usual at Uik Sec 9. Any one mav become a member of this of a victory for the party of tho year, tho crew aro watching corporation by subscribing; lor one or more shares in the nature Sets, him in heaven. Sec 10, This Cotnpcny shall havo power 10 refor his return, with somo foreboding of the peopje. way v. Kellogg says: "Harrison that perhaps he had died of old age, ceive donations by (jilt or by will or any other give Also full line of Hardware. Wc make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole snail and ho Dick is perfectly tamo and mnoh respect- and to loan sums, provided the borrower memou 01 Nohle is considering apian is working for a or any other salu Secretary iccu rlly by mortgage agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. sccu rity. The principal of said fund can never g agents will may get it; but ha cannot bo ed by his human friends aboard ship. by which tho be used, but tho interest can be used for Cemetery Wc also handle a full line of Queenswarc and Groceries and guarantee purposes. not be able to levy tribute on the pen- Kellogg predicts that the farmers' alli- Fall River News. In testimony of Iho foregoine, wc the under-ou- r our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best respective signed, have he reunto subscribci sioners. It is to create a department for anco will have a candidate in tho field lluspkerrhm in Oetoltor. in the world. This Nov 1 1S00. the consideration of cases direct from the for president and that the election will NATHAN SI NO LEI ON. Itev. George Matthews, of South DartCRISMON GOOCII, applicant. Some Buch a plan ought to bo be thrown into the House of Represent- mouth, on Saturday picked up from hie I). O. OOOCH, There are thousands of alleg- atives for settlement. G T. OOOCH, adopted. red raspberry bushes ono and s You feci tired Do you kilt? W. 1' REYNOLDS Portions of Missouri experienced quarts of ripe berries, and the Si ed agents growing fat off of pensioners "x'ou aro ner. what it moans? livearthquake Friday morning. At week before lio pickod two quarts. He quite an who ought to be made to earn their voiis "Why? You cough in the Lockwood houses were shaken and the oxpecti to gather mono this week if there ing in a different way. morning Do you realize tho cause! swaying of the dwellings brought the Li no frost. New Bedford Standard. I offer for sale privately the iienry Hester farm Your apirctitc is poor What makes may not be hogs people out of their beds. Tho whole TnK Texas democrats of, 60 acres of bottom land on I)u River; ai acres KeeJUeuus Kxtrarngaoacc. it so ? You seem liko a changed sown in wheat up aud all riL'ht balance in gnus but it certainly looks hoggish for thein population lied into tho streets for safenew Misi Prudeaco Thoeo LiTewoilca vrill 'I he dwelling has 6 rooms, there is anearly bam person to your friends Do you new good well, fine orchard and fencing to put their man Hogg through for gov ty. The shock was ulurmingly eere. certainly conui to jrriu. Terms, half cash, balance in one and two year, know what is tho matter, or has ernor by 175,000 majority. Tho Lone Its force seemed to bo from north to It not sold will be for rent. with interest. Mian Patience Why bo? tho chango been so gradual it lias given January 1, 1891 to give Cleve- south. Mum Prodonco At dinner last evenStar State is getting ready 6vtf,rtm J. w. ADAMS. Stanford, Ky escaped your notice? vote in 1802 ing their cliief diah wan a great plaio of land a solid WE WILLtSEND oppl cauoe. Pittsburg Bulletin. You have Consumption I new apportionment bill increases r Tub THE lOTERIORSJOURlTAL Wo do not Bay this to frighten Leprvwy la India. the number of congressmen by 24 and When Baby was sick, we IN CLUB WITH Tho latest statistics shovr that tharo you, but It is truo. Theso aro tho euro symptoms of this terriblo disease There Ee her Caatoria. gives the State that voted for Harrison aro 71,387 lepers in Bengal, lt,Ui in When she wm a Child, sbo cried for Co tori. is ono thing which will check it and tliat is 17 of them. Kentucky's representation Madras and 13,843 in Bombay. Tho DEMOREST MAGAZINE When the became Miss, sha clung to Caatoria. 11. will remain at lopera in tho nativw state an not When the had CaLWren, tho gare them Castoria. ONfc YEAKJr'OR $j jo. It U raommeedecl by the best paysldana In Borops and America. in these total, Pttkdalpkfta large quanA discovery of onyx in Mats, Lfidjpar. sU aa4 II.M pr BU!, SUoford, Ky. at Middlesbero is the latest claim W.P.WALTON, - tities W. H. HOOKER & CO., 48 We Broadway, New York. of the News. A blast furnaco 10 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal NEWS CONDENSED. W. P. WALTON. 0, recom-monde- book-keepe- r iron-cln- n. Comedian Hart's Pitiful Ooiulltlou. Poor Tony Hart! Whilo his relatives and friends are quarreling over tho will of his dul wife, who wiis known in tho theatrical world as Gertio Granvillo, the ouco clever partner of Ned Handgun is slowly Imt snroly wwting away in nn insane asylum at Worcester, Wfww. In fact, he is but a shadow of his fonner nclf. When Tony Hart "was in tho very zenith of suooww and fortnno smiled upon him ho ww straight and erect in stature, but now he is bent ami his gait is a shufiling one, whilo hii voice, hnt a littlo wlrilo ago clear and musical, is nearly gone; ho can scarcely artknlato and tho listener cannot understand him. Parews, that dread diso.it of the brain, is gradually doing its fatal work, nnd, nccorumg to the statement of Dr. Noblo. tho superintendent of tho mjlnm, who has attended Tony sinew ho was committed to tho institution, tho days of the Ioor fellow aro numbered. Dr. Noble expresfed tho opinion to a viaitor at the nsylnm, who onco knew Tony that the latter can scarcely snrriTo six months longer, and panvlysirt of tho brain may result at any moment nnd bo followed by death shortly afterward. Tho contest over tho will of tho Lite Mrs. Tony Hart will bo rcnowed before Snrrogato Rollins shortly, when some interesting evidence regarding Um lequestn and tho roanou why no proviNou was made for Tony will le brought out. Tho fund mi5od at tho benefit jierfonn-auce- , and placed in tho hands of Frank W. Sanger and A. M. Palmer, tho theatrical managers, as trnstew, is used to paj' Hart's expenses at tho asylum. Now Yoxk Telegram. - IT IS NOW TIME make your selection of e A CHRISTMAS PRESENT I For your father, Mother, wife, sister, brother, relative or friend. Nothing can more desirable than some article of Dry Clothing, Boots, Hats, Fancy clwsen from our stock. Carpets, What should buy for Christinas This is ashed hundreds of times ly and the best answer all is: Don't Throw Your Money Away Foolishly, but invest on some arttcle at the Louisville Store. An opportunity is afforded everybody, whether in search or in of something in our line for yourself or for a Holiday gift buy now, because our offerings are bargains in truth and not infancy. want talk very plainlylo you. he weather has been warm and its against thought the Snow Balls Would Hit You in the Back and. But they didn't. have marked prices accordingly. Don't sell our stock quick lay but take hold of this opportunity and buy now. Corncui and how are cutting them right and left. It is a short time till Christmas and get as many tickets as possible on that handsome Plush Parlor are being pummeled impassable roads. have an immense stock and must dispose of it. This is no newspaper talk, but the prices will cut. are overloaded in department opera-hous- THE LOUISVILLE . SALINGER, Manager. STORE ! J. W. RAMSEY, ix-e- AND HARDWARE, QIJEENSWARE first-clas- s $100.00 Reward. sub-treasur- y Rich-ardso- Il-t- f long-enduri- nine-colum- n - A. A. g WARREN'S GROCERY" & To-da- y con-pre- ps, Articles of Incorporation para-grap- pit-oi- ul e Infants Children. . I e - -- by-la- IIHIGGINS & M'KINNEY'SJleating - by-la- boa-to- n Cooking Stoves, Vases, Coal Hods, Fire StoveBoards. Ex-G- o blood-suckin- three-fourth- Far m For Sale. 00 A WHAT YOU JIAILS I'os-seto- ' KNOWSmOU? is-clik- isjaaaMapejHOTajsnMnB DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. M- JV,x xJ'ifcL .,4& ISiJUsEv . , tA&ttek&jkks "frfei M3 recTTEnsffl rrjftm mtm lMfl&i&Mif f i' iflay, ))! jr- nfjiinK in il liiiJn ns Semi-Week- V Highest cnnh prico pnid for hides. and In Mihmitting facts and suggestions in TAKuyour eggs to Joo S. Jones' and regard to hedge fences, any ono who get 120 cts. Opposite I'ortmnn House. furs at M. F. Elkln & Co'e. scans the future is forced to tho conclu-tio- n Fou the five months' session of the feet and heads Hackiiones, spare-ribthat some radical change must bo Stanford, Ky., Deckmiikk 9, 1890 for salo at toy pneking-housIS. common schools, the teachers in this mado in the mode of fencing. The tim counting ber is running short every year in this county nro paid $13,433.-- ", r. Owsley. white nnd black together. Saturday was section; there is not now Fon Kent. Tho house now occupied K.o.WALTON.ous.MannRor tho 4th monthly payjlay nnd Supt. W. fenby Mr. Salinger and tho one wo live in. F. McClary was kept busy writing sulllcient to refence even the cross ces. Then what shall tho farmer use? Liccio and Mary Hunzloy. checks. Shall it ho wire, wood, stone or hedge? MEANS IUSINESS. CiiANCiK. V. It. McL'herson has Bold From investigations already mndo the Mn. J. II. McI'hhrson, representing to J. C. Elmore his stock of goods, prin- tho National Building and Loan Associ- farmers are speaking out that they aro Kvrkviiody invited to call nt A. Jt. cipally grocories, nt Rowland, for cost ation of Louiaville, is here placing stock fully satisfied that sound economy will nnd carriage. in his excellent company nnd Is meeting compel them to adopt tho hedge fence 0 9 anAnd Full of the Best Goods on tho Market. We are still Sole Penny's nnd exatnino his stock o( benuti-fil- l Yjotkhday was a dark, damp, chilly with much success. See a notice of the upon this system. And now comes other point more important than any in company on this page and interview him day, with tho hills and dales covered Agents for the Celebrated this connection, and that is, after you with a light fall of snow. Tho forecasts if you want to make a safe nnd profitable and useful holiday present b. secure n completed hedge fence from us wero for colder, clearing weather to- Investment. thu namo is to stand until the end of day. PERSONAL POINTS. The Iletno Family went from hero to time. When kept properly trimmed it is a Notick. Messrs. J. S. Owsley, J. IS Danville, where they play two nights, Pit. II. F. ZKLUtit.of Crab Orchard, tins Also a Large Assortment of Lynn and Charles Ortiiau have each giv. then to Junction City Wednesday and perfect fence nnd' nn ornament to the been granted a puiiHion. Frifarm. Trimming is not much of a job, on S. C. l'ollurd large orders for his Hedge Thursday nights, nnd to Hustnnvillo Mitw Jkhhik lli'itui.K, of IIoilKensville, AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, Fence and all agree that it is tho coming day and Saturday nights. Thoso who but must be done on tiu twice a year, viMting Mii Eugenia l'ulliiun. is fill touttend will regret it, when they that is tho months of Juno and SeptemM. H. McMuiXK.v nnd daughter, Miss f o'n co of tho age. hear those who did tell how delighted ber as the sap is up in thu core, filling In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard Virginia, of Rockcastle, were here Fri Whim: getting on" a C. S. train nt Junc- they are. the branches with milk, thereby becomScrewed. day. ing tender nnd are easy to cut. tion City Sund.iv night Mayor John M Miss Ma.va Lackkv, of lUoomiuton, The beautiful manner in which our cfc of Middlesboro, stepped qii the Cane being drawn in line nt the angle III., is tlm K'H'st of her relative, Mrs. J. Hrooks, mails are handled is shown in tho fact nf 40 degrees witli four icy platform and fell, badly hurting himwires attached Hand-TurneJ. McHobtrts. Goodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needsd that this ollice, which should get eight with staples to each cane, tho knife only self about tho hack and shouldern. daily papers, did not get u single one MibsJvittii: Uai'uiiman his returned comes in contact with tender shoots. We the Boot and Shoe line. from a wcuk'n visit to Miss Dflru Bauli-man- , In the county court yesterday Curtis Sunday, not even tho Courier-Journahave expert hands who can prune three In lloylo. Cover wasgrunted license to keep hotel at We do not caro for cheaper postage, to four hundred rods a day. We have Mil C. E. Joxiw.of Middlesboro, was Crab Orchard, with tho privilege of re- Hrer. Wanamaker,'but wo do pine for n no hesitation in recommending this systhe KUfttt of his cousiti, K1 Joih-b- , en tailing liquors. No other business, save better service than your plugs nro giving tem of fencing: First, for cheapness; route to MonlUvllo. the appointment of one or two road sur- us. second, for its strength; third, for its d l- A. C. SINE. J N MENEFEE. Mil John 0. Nkai. continues to irrow veyors, w as done. Heskined. Owing to some differences iability; fourth, for its beauty. If once worse nnd his friends say his death is but with the company of n private nature, adopted it puts nn end forover to tho ON the first of tho year the I., it N. a question of u very short time. Mr. P. T. Downs has resigned as super universal complaint of tho killing of Mn. F. M. Fijj.swkh, of Cleveland, will put on through trains via Middles-bor- o intendent of this division of tho L. it N. sheep by dogs nnd nil trespassing. to Knoxvillo.ln addition to those Ten n., wns hero Friday. He Is manufacThis nction will bo greatly regretted by When you once secure n completed The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. turing cigars now and getting rich. via Jellico, which will save 15 miles on all who have evor hnd business to trans hedge fence on this plan ftio work of n Co.NoniawMAN Wii.bon has introduced the trip. These trains will run solid to SxlSII, e act with so excellent an oillcinl as Mr. is done nnd the annual attenn bill to Knsion Cien. W. J. Lindram, of Atlanta and much better time will he DOORS, Downs. Some other important changes tion is no more tlinn every farmer gives a month. made than now. Lancaster, at tho rate of are soon to bo made, wo learn from relia- to laying up tho rails on old fencing. We ULINUS, SIDING, Miss Maiiy Ci.ay Thompson, n Lotiib- Tin: Somerset Republican publishes ble sources. have many advantages for our fence and Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. ville beauty, mado a short visit to her the list of claims allowed agAinst Pulaski we claim: cousins, Misses Clara and Ophelia Iju-kThe Columbia Spectator states that county and they amount to $t),:Mft.55. It is tho best and cheapest fence made. WOVEN WIRE & FENCE. Gen. Wolfonl says that Suo Munday, This includes $760 for the county judge, It in tho most lasting. Gov. asj Miw. J. II. McCbkauv are the Confederate guerrilla, whos real name $l7f for tho attorney nnd JI.O.'Jl for the Winds do not blow it down. Wc carry a full stock of everything found in a domiciled for tho winter at Short-hum-, was M. Jerome Clark, was n brother of superintendent of schools. Pulaski counFloods do not wash it away. Morton's noted Washingattorney of CaA. H. Clark, ty hns 17,715 inhabitants, 10,000 more It does not decay. sey, and that he was hung in n suit of ton hotel. Stock can not rub it down. than Lincoln, nnd yet her claims are 0 clothes belonging to tho general, which Tiik libation Enterprise sayn that Mr. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract less. It protects itself. ho took from Maj. Drye'B. After ho was anil Mrs. lien Spalding have nearly comdogs and trespassers. It stops sheep, for building. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. pleted an elegant residence on Market Mu. Gkoiioe Porn returned from How- sentenced he wrote to General Wolford It takes but little room. to the ling Green with his boy, John, Saturday. and told him ho had tho suit but had htreet, which will bu an ornament You can cultivate close to it. town. He was severely injured in a railroad ac- never worn it, and if ho did not object It lusts for generations. Mi:. IS. T. Ilot'iiHHTiiit and Mitwa I.ou-l- o cident and his spine is so badly atl'ected he would bo executed in it. Ho also No new material needed for repairs. and firacle left Sunday to spend the his lower limbs are almost paralyzed nsked the general to intercede for him, Can not bo destroyed for fuel. winter with Mr. and Mrs. John T. (inim. His sull'erings are BOgreat that hwiH kept which ho did without uvail. "He ought It is absolutely stock proof. And in hud nearly all the time under etlecto of opi- not to have been hung," tho general Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer in nt Dallas, Tex. Mr. Ciano, who our observations among our customers d Kentucky on business, come to ates and consequently his mind is in a added emphatically. w ho have good completed fences all nro them. nighty condition. The Little lied Hog, alias IS well, seems plensed nnd uro friends nnd supporters Wk nro elad to state that Dr. J.G. Car The concerts given by tho Heine fam- to be very much like tho fellow said of our agents in tho business, but to inpenter, niter investigating various localiRepairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. ily are nlmost incomparable, numbers the mineral water was n little too d n sure success it. must bo done skillfully ties, has decided to remain in Stanford. technical. Ho defended a fellow named nnd regularly under a perfect system, and kindred considered, and the Gleancra for the As a HivcinliHt for cartarrh Hue at London last week and tho jury with good care iu growing and protecttroubles, tho doctor stands very highly Kingdom deserve great praiBO for the very promptly, and no doubt properly, ing it while young. Wo will not plant they were instrumental in giving nnd ho hss alwnys commanded a liberal treat Boyd does hedge in rock or under trees, which h8 I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) our Prof. Heine la abso- found his man guilty. Judge bharu of tho general practice 1. r. been directly the c.ui90 of so many faillutely the finest violinist ever heard in not grant new trials for fun, so the "ciTTAND"VICINITY. these parts and considering that ho was h. took another turn. Tho London town ures in securing perfect fences nnd espeborn blind, is a very wonderful man. He clock is run by railroad timo, which is cially so in connection with the bad care Aix kinds of produce, wanted. A. T. is finely educated and is a musical com- some '2'2 minute slower than solar time. given by some in tho past. Then why not -HKunnelley. poser of much note. Mrs. Heine's piano The verdict waa rendered just before tho profit by sad experience of others, and t clock struck 12, th hourof final adjourn- avoid thoso evils with which they havo sugplaying was highly artistic nnd she fully The fellow who tried the vaaline 1. gestion for shaving is out with a gun deserve.! tho hearty npplause accorded ment, whereupon tho r. h. moved that fallen. We have a perfect system in each :t be set aside, because it was after ad- line of our business, we buy our wire who mado it. hunting for the "scamp her. Their daughter. Misi Evelyn by anil staples under a large contract in Maude Heine, is a charming vocalist, journment time by tho sun time, VEnre well prepared toslnughtrrhogH should be governed. 01 connection with other Hedge Co's., and with a clear, sweet soprano voice and she which tho court for the public Our charges arc 50 cts. a was encored again we let our contracts along in securing and again, respond- course the motion was overruled. Is Receiving His head delivered. M. F. Elkln Co. our plants, thereby saving in our aring each timo in a graceful and willing Scicidbu. HenJAiniii Young, nn ngod rangements 25 cents per rod. We give I'lior. G. U. Fiiv will begin a normal manner. Tho whole programme was citir.fii of tho Highland vicinity, comthe farmer the full benefit of the same 'kcIiooI at Waynesburg January oth and greatly enjoyed and tho verdict of tho mitted suicido Saturday morning by cut by selling our fence at $1 per rod instead Goods Warranted and a Perfect Eit Guaranteed. Give him a call. bowels open with n razor. For went over Saturday to make preparations audience is that tho Heine family is wor- ting of tho most liberal patronage of thu some S months he had been confined to of old price of $1.2.") per rod. We do not thy it. for use spades in our plantiug, wo use wh.it puWlic. his room with ulceration of tho bowels Hedge HI is called a dibhe), that wo can plant tho I am still with tho as Who Hu is. Tho W. II. Smith men- and at times the pain was so intense hedge perfectly straight and tight, about Company and hopo to bo remembered to cause unconsciousness, nnd it was dur- IS inches deep, thereby getting in moist customers and others. S. C. tioned in our last wo find upon investi- ing one of these spells that ho commit by my old earth, and preventing the doubling of gation was formerly a s.uldler nt Kirks- Pollard. ted the rush deed. The cut was about 7 roots or in having any of them exposed " CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. ville and wan known as Hill Smith. Wo above surface. We are using good expeFoil Hunt. Tho desirable residence also find that ho killed Unhurt Saunders inches in length and although he was rienced Kentucky labor, wo Imvo good, on Main street now occupied by Mrs. about 12 years ngo and since then has nearly disemboweled, death did not respectable men to represent us ns Coffee, come for 24 hours. When asked why he agents, and they are giving the people Sugar, Molasses, Tea, Syrups, Honey, ltoltiu Mc Kinney. Apply to J. J. not been heard from, nt least by tho had attempted suicide, ho said ho was entire and perfect satisfaction in their Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Lard, l;lour, Meal. of tho law. Tho circumstnnces of become fully acquainted with not aware of having done Biich a thing work, who To loan. $W0 t " Pr 4'nt on 'llt the killing appears to be as follows: Ono nnd ho could not ho convinced that the them in their field of operation, and of whom nro practical gentlemen FARINACEOUS GOODS: noto or secured by gool collnturnl. Cell Sunday afternoon thu two men engaged gaping wound in his bowels was made some of proper consideration by all worthy Stanford. Mrs. in a gamo of cards near Potts' Mill, on! nt First National Hank, good people. Wo have completed many Spices, re-- I Death canio to his Maccaroni, Cheese, Flavoring Extracts, Paint Lick Creek, just over the Garrard by his own hand. of this fence in our territory, nnd Mary A. Doores. lief Sunday morning and Hon Young, miles M.lftianvi Hmi Tltm tl'iip.. il(itirir fnr Citron, Prunes, Figs, Raisins, Currants, the same is giving thu farmers perfect ' onco a prominent man of his section, satisfaction. We havo many miles of Fon Kent. Tho property now occui.m Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Hall Lamps, Parlor and ' pied by Dr. J. K. Vnr.Arsdalo in Stan- nded. Saunders drew his pistol, but passed from this to another world. Mr, this fence to nlant next spring, and nro Queensware and Tinware. given Janunry 1. Smith claimed that ho was unarmed and Younir wns a brother of Mr. Henderson getting in somo good largo contracts nnd ford, Ky. Possession tho assuranco that many farmers Young, nnd tho other Youngs, of High- have give large contracts for this fence in Craig, Agent, Hustonvillo, Ky. Jas.T. will quietly stole awny. There was no other land, nnd leaves besides an aged wife, tho near future. And they havo become means at hand for crossing the creek, bo TiDPLKPY Winks is the latct society three children, all grown. Tho deceased fullv educated ns to how the planting game and is said to bo very fascinating. he waded through, while Saunders amus- wns a quiet, hard working man, n good should be done, tho cultivation, tho caro ed himself shooting at him. Smith went hedges should have, the imAll you have to do Is to get some citizen and will be Badly missed in the the youngof protecting them from stock portance and a wink potundyou home nnd nftr nursing tho matter in his neighborhood ho lived in so long. winks while growing. And on account thereof mind nil night, nrmed himself next mornare ready to play 1U reason why any ono should ing nnd asking his brother-in-law- , whoso THE GREATEST PROBLEM OF THE AGE. there is no under their contract, a pernot secure, Hiciimonii tried to put on city airs by namo in Wearon, to accompany him, ho fect fence. prohibiting tho public salo of stock on assented and they went to Saunders' We Mean the Fince Problem and how to Oils and Window Glttss,Wall dnyfl, but tho Solve It. I ilcsiro to 8ay to my frierulB of Boyle Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, her streets county court house. Mrs. Saunders told them that counties tnnt I, in connection Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, In calling attontion to this most ab- and LincolnPollnnl. will work this winter farmers and tradera kicked so nnd tho her husband was not nt .tho house, but with S. H. protested so loudly that tho could be found in tho field, where ho sorbing nnd important question we de in merchants of tlie Bhio- - Grass Hedge Jewelry and Silverware. the interest ordinance was repealed after n 6hort was gathering corn. Thence tho two sire to Btato that wo have carefully in- Co., of Versailles, Ky. A. II. nice. tr!nl- : men proceeded nnd soon camo upon vestigated every Bystem and invention A Slbrin Exilo'i Story. pressed upon tho farmer to meet his A. H. Penny is still Helling watches, their victim. TellingSanndere to defend An escaped Siberian eiilo, who hns wants in this respect, and wo unhesitat Railroad Tho clocks and anythingln tho jewelry line himself, as ho hnd como to kill him, unable to been in England for some timo under tho selling like hot cakes Smith brow his pistol and Saunders say- - ingly state that wo have been name of Felix Brant, is now made at cosL They nro 13 3 find any system as thoroughly eilicient known by tho new paper called Free o cn The stock is kept up, now goods arriving lug ho wasn't armed, started to run o all of its combinations to meet their Hnssin m Felix VolkhoTsky. Tho reain Hut bear in mind that around a small thicket near by. Smith, in ' ft almost daily. Blub Grass Hkimie of 3 ns his retention of an assumed namo ' a S they sell for cash only. Hring tho mon- iu order to intercept him, went tho oth- wont that the of this general decla- son for cu for somo timo after his Bafo arrival on n Co., and in support .2 o er way and when ho met him deliberateey with you. soil helps one to realize tho terriblo fired and Saunders fell dead. Smith ration we present tho following incon- free ly anxieties of tho unfortuuato men who fact It is stated aa an N.absolute,bought this flod tho country and Wearen was arrest- trovertible facts: H government. Ho was the has rt u thoroughly in- offend tho Rnssian myrht bo tho L. & Its business has been timo thut ed. He claimed that Smith did not tell seized by afraid tlwt his child Kentucky Central from Btem to stern nt him what ho wanted with Saunders, but vestigated by careful, thinking farmers that goTcmment, and that thoy would worth a llttlo over 00 cento on tho dollar's ho wtos nevertheless, on tho testimony of from all parts of tho country; by Gran punish him for Ids eacapo through his w 2 owners will put it in two mon who wore working with Saun- gers, farmers' cjubs and agricultural so daughter. ot Btock. T ho now Q. & She is now safo in London, and tho Bhlp shnpo for competition with tho ders, convicted of being an accessary nnd cieties, and tho press, and it Btanils apand other Southern trade. given two yeara in the penitentiary. Af proved and recommended by them all. anxieties of tho parent on her account O. for Atlantn s 8 aro at an end. IIo endured seven years invess .a Thursday night lit- tor a short service in tho pen, Gov. Black- This system of fencing with every of fcolitary confinement in a Russian Biiokk it Aoain. inO and sud- burn pardoned him, in response to a nu tigation has been strengthened and y o fortress, and eleven years' exilo in Sitle Willlo Parris became restless signed petition. According to creased until its succoss has been trium- beria for political opinions in which we g. merously 3 denly jumping up broke his leg, which Wherever it has been properly ore told terrorism had no part. Eluding begun to knit again. It wna re- this story, which is pretty straight, the phant. had just case is ono of murder and planted, cultivated, protected, plashed the vigilanco of the Siberian authorities, J. 8. WBLLS, Pn. Q. Preso. Oik. H. DANKS, Jowoler, set at once and sirico then some ono baa Smith must have been sure the witness- and pruned, by this system it has mado he made his way right across Siberia vO night and day to been by his bedside London move is es were dead or gono before he came a good protection against all intruders Uio Pacific and so to Canada. catch blm when the slightest News. STANFORD. k tia Street, Opp. Crv-Uo- , has given universal satisfaction. . and back to lace tuch mutlc ly InteriorJourna. s, o to-da- BOOTS & SHOES Our rail-timb- m . Stoek is Now Complete m Buell Waterproof Boots, MEN'S, WOMEN'S l HAITID d, SEWED MACHINE SEWED, l. STAGG & McROBERTS. Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOODING, CEILING, SLAT life-tim- LIMBER, f0 - Manufacturers of Vice-l'resido- ty S3,-00- FIRST - CX.i5.SS LUMBER TTAHD. ROBERT FENZEL, GHES, BLOCKS AKQ accom-p.inie- m 1EWELRY. music-lover- s. .4.RUPLBY.-- JSfaWlJB$ffltt4fc FALL AND WINTER GOODS. r ls tie-Gra- Fine and Staple Groceries, iff olli-cer- s i 111 ..'f .i.- tlddlo-dles.afe- w DRUGS and JEWELRY MAMtFBJElN Best I I -- J fl WATCm, Watch. r. a -- S a o u $ cold-bloode- d MoROBBRTS, xnftde. ,: . ! . A. . 'y4H".i 5??! MfytyjmimtvmfYHmStmimttlvmti sfr Afrsssssf Jh" iSwKfiiWWWilfci Hrir.,wy Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Publlahod Every Tuesday and Friday $ pick sWWhen not "viviir $2.60 o paid will be charged.- vdvvistck - K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning ! L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North South " " Express train" South North Local Freight North ..ti ' ! 1 16pm 1150pm 50 am J7am m 6 53Pm 30 The latter trains alo carry passengers. The above iscalculated on standard time, Solai time is about 20 minutes faster soutn ROYAL El C ROYAL 1T.1 J J POWDER Absolutely Puro A mof tarter halcimr powder Hllhest cf all In leaseninz strength. -1- 7. S. Government Ke- port. Aug. 1;, 1SS9. ' RICHARD C. WARREN Is a CanJ.'Uta for Auditor of the State of it r:t to the will of the Democratic party. Ken-ucky. Dr. A. S. PRICE, Office on Main Drug Store, Stanfcrd. SURGEON DENTIST. street, over W. B. McRoberts' R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless USE SHARP SAWS. TOMATOES IN WINTER. Host They Can IS Itlpentnl for tho Win- - Inatruetlons Host They May Always Ita Kept In Good frrilor. trr Markeu ' I"1'0 nrJt thing to do when putting a Is possiblo to oxtond tho tomato It Bcason so as to havo fine, fresh and ripo Baw n order Is to ascortaln if tho tcoth tomatoes almost until Christmas. Somo aro of equal length. If not, tho bow havo markoted several noods jointing. If tho saw goes straight years ago baskots on Christmas week, which through tho log ltdoes not need jointing, brought good prices, says a writer In tho Hut M tho person who flies it does not American Agriculturist. Thoro is no u it ho must trust to tho oyo to do- roason why it can not bo dono on qulto 'do whether tho teeth aro of equal an oxtenslvo scale, and made to pay by length. If a viso is not at hand to hold tho truckers and market trnrdonera tho saw, cut a kerf throo or four Inches around our largo cities Whon thoro is Qt'pl in tho top of a stump or tho end of unco 1110 saw in this and faston ,0ffwhich can bo not a convonlont Tho stump should used, a special placo may bo cheaply put it with a wedgo. to bo convenient, up. If tho is available oloan ! noarly breast-higTo tho saw, romovo tho fllo out all tho old trash, lovol off tho bed and thon put In acompactlayorof cloan, handlo and hold tho file n? noarly tho thumb bright straw throo or four Inches doep. lovo1 a poslblo LcU-eoThis straw must bo dry and bo kopt so, ani1 flngor and run it lengthwiso of tho d Is wot, it 3aw. drawing tho fllo bnckward Instead and If tho soil In tho must bo woll dried off by putting on tho ot pushlnj it forward. When filing tho sash for a few days hoforo tho straw is tooth do not filo them to a sharp point, put in. If a framo must bo specially uut leavo the end noarly as largo a tho mado, solect a high placo with natural noai1 ni of a vory flno sewing-neodldrainage and thon make tho framo ns ' Faw aW3 WU stand to cut through mounding up nanl knots ' flld to a sham point, for an ordinary around to koop out wot and cold Sup-- ' 'i'00 points of the teeth will break and ply tho Insido with straw, as abovo dl-- 1 the saw will bo in no better condition rected, and provido for kooping out rats ,or buslnois than boforo filing, 'r" next work after filing the cutting and mice. Havo tho framo dooponough to keep tho sash about n foot or olght-- 1 t0tb, is to set them. This Is b.st n complished by using a t mado as Incho3 from tho straw. When a frost has como sufllclontly follows: lako a thin pioce, of steel with hoary to blacken tho le.ivou at onco. a holo punched through ono end about when tho moisture has dried off pick as far from tho odgo as tho tooth aro off all tho partially-rip- o and all tho long. Havo a slot cut from tho edgo of green tomatoes and take them carofully this steel to tho bole, a trifle wider than to tho Thoy aro aproad out tho thickness of tho saw. Tho host on tho straw not moro than two or guago is mado by putting a small screw tbroo deep, and ovon thinner If thoro with tho joint filed sharp through tho s of an inch is room, and tho sash Is put on. Whon end of a stick It is hot during1 tho day glvo plonty of square and four Inches long. Adjust air, and at night protect from tho frost tho scrow to tho width you wl3h tho saw by closing down tho sash. Whon sovoro sot, take tho guago In tho loft hand and d sldo of tho turn ramus, vm mriuur WruHiCl U cuvur placo It agalnut tho Ing the sash with mats or a thick cover saw as you sUnd facing It from ono end. Tho ond of tho screw that projocts ingofhay, straw or rushos, removing this during tho warm part of tho day to ovor tho toefti will show how far tho pormit the sunbeams to strlko tho to- teoth on tho right hand sldo of tho saw matoes through tho glass. Two or throo times a wcok tho tomatoes aro gono over to romovo the ripened ones and to pick out and discard damaged spoclmens. Tho ripo ones can bo at once markoted or used, and thoy can not be distinguished from thoso ripened on tho item. Ono soason 1 have storod stafleSSafelaaa over two hundred baskots in this way and sold them for good prices. J 1 Colored Department. Interior Journal ) Ave brliiKwlrirnil(loa, Hitch isnt it r- bosrol. steals UlUucya iMtl lilstti Inlielinlfol my people allow mo to 51sBnasi torpid liter. col I linn k you for tlio limn in vour it lerostinir ami newsy pa per. Wu liopo ly tlio opening of this' column in your rAwr that it may bo the , mentis ot extending its circulation to ma-to ltstvst xporlfle ffurt us thttkHorgnn, ny who hitherto linvo been 'etrangora ntlinalittlusr flio bout'U, civilly naturI it. al dlsirlsstrs; without ftlrutiiliitf or evening last, 5th, tlio "i . M irrlplsstT, stitri On Fridav 1). mid Ij. h. Society gave mi interesting ( (To the F.ditor Afro-Amuric- fln Advic to tlie Agod. it. to (! nrsr Ulrinv.i. bladder bimi s PfflsW MILLS LJSlwI Tsventy miles the Shortest to inrcti HO AilES hot-bo- d - hot-be- d h jl"t n hot-bo- j j o. hot-be- d, ac-eo- saw-so- hot-bo- d. throo-elghth- left-han- TOST ron OHDKIL DITCH ssrntl PLOW. ltapld-l- y INBT1IUMKNTS KKKPI50 BAWS IX upstairs. Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, KENTUCKY. , It Is Practical anil Dues tho Work Well. '"""'STANFORD. DR. W. B. PENNY-- Dentist. OfficelSouth side Mam street, vacated by.Dr. L. F. Huffman, jTjTallkn ft 19 J ALLEN & ATWOOD, REEL ESWTE MEETS. Jo hnson City, Tenn. WM.AYRES. ' JAS.C.GIYENS. powor being successfully omployed instead. It can bo mado by all blackin office recently smiths. Tho beam is movablo, and hung Stanford, Ky. on a hlngo betweon thosldo pieces noar B. K. ATWOOD tho point As tho ditoh doopens, tho beam rises automatically, as shown by ono of my townsmon, Mr. DuBols, has porfocted tho ditching plow. It doos away with tho tedious job of opening by hand trenches in stony soil, horso After the years of patient experiment. H r AY11E3 &JGIVENS, Attorneys at Law, DITCniNO mold-boar- TLOW. 327 Fifth St., 101 ft -- - - Shreve yr Louisville, Ky. tho dotted lino. Tho ditch or has no d nor broadside It is narrow, Building. tho point sharpened stcol, and it easily FRANK MAUIMON. J AS. G. GIVENS. GIVERS 5 S&RWQH. REAL ESTATE, Pineville, - - Kentucky. loi-yi Town Lots, Coil, Iron and Timber Lands bought or sold on Commission. Correspondencer solicited. THE COMERCISL HOTEL J, II. OWENS, Manager, Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. I have taken charge ot this popular hotrl and intend to run it in a first class manner in every respect. It is beini papered and painted from top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and everything done t maV.e it pleasant and comfortable for guests. The table shall neser be surpassJ B.OWENS. ed by hotelsin this section. o- -i ro mrrTi F. riTTnv B. London, 77 threo foot doep and a mllo long In ten hours. If ono desires to know how much labor it saves, ho needs but to answer tho quostlon, how long would it tako a man to do tho samo work with a ? The dltcbor can bo mado usoful whoro any oarth Is to bo ox- cavated. In largo collars a toam may MUU OLj, bo employed. It will broak up hard roaus ana is usoiui on excavations on RILEY, Proprietor, public works. Farm and Home. hand-pick. Ohioand the only line enlennr Cincinnati ovtr s merclal Hihel, am propareu to ai c.mmouate la. miles of double track, and from its past record can dies at well as gentlemen in anjihinir tity may t l.rSMITH&CC.UWr..f BILE! lla.'S, JT.IO3IMI0. powerful leverage to threw it out of its lUlt using a saw great caro .. aft In should bo mMh assure it. patron, speed, comfort.nd wt.hm my line ".M.jd.-ajbed. Tho ditcher roqulres a draft about 035ETar.TT-rrKt- T exorcised not to spring upward on Its InC mmer lal II lei. see that thev sal. equal to that of a common plow in sod nd whon Tirln.nn D .vervwhrre. amiof Cincinnati, log. Many Is . cither in or out rradC.ll ground. In operating It, an ordinary good sawsit are pinched in a rendered worthless by Indianapolis or Toledo.O McCORMICK, " III J plow is run on tho lino of tho proposed K. Kentucky General Passenger and Ticket Argent. ditch, throwing out ono furrow. Tho this straining. The odgois becomes too siiflSSVK vcr;rxrv-rrr.'fiaT3C7- rva, Mfi' K. r ' . frr. long for the back and It impossiblo I ditcher then goes threo "bouts," whon to make It run freo and easy. Neither "JJEaTJJG OJtVHrf HOUTJC" ,4, Bucklen's Arnica Salve tho looso earth must bo thrown out, and should a saw ever Tho Sliortoat unci Quickest Routo from fall even a few Indies Tii. i... a!., in si wnrM for cuts, bruises. another thrco bouts completes tho and strike tUU teeth Into a log, cspeclal- - sores, ul rts, sxit rheum, fever sotee, letter, chap- Contrul IContuclcy to nil points North, & tpjuynn. Wt vfHMl OslM to Ft iS- i. lylNaAn1n .1 tl ,1A.V. all sVIr, erup rMlhlains, enrrs Enst, Wost nnd South-Won- t. Fust urilylfju.t filed, as a slight turn of tho ped hands,positively cures piles,and no pay rcquir or lions and ifdesIroiL Ono toam and two mon .... t 111 .s. ed. It is guaranteed to K perfect satislacliot, Lino i -- .i. saw. ...i- .- .s.. ivahu tiu WJU . MAIL nati. botwoon Loxlns-to- ana CincinA can looion tho earth for a tile ditch wood nuuil tun Is apt to break the joints. J. II. or money relunded I'ne- - S n., Pr UleMV AV,V ."Ng ontors hard pan or stony ground. handjes and sldo piccos form a , Tho ovtr. Iho arc of tho sldo p oces at A o lfVU fciJU (JlUn UIUU UtAt? i need setting. This style ot sotting is tar preferable to a combined sot and guage, for tho reason that many saws contain teeth that sot much harder than others, and with a combined set and juago such teeth will spring back, leaving an uneven sot In the teetb. To guago the raking, or planer tooth, uso a small, straight edgo, juit long enough to reach to a cutting tooth at each ond whon tho center Is placed over a raker tooth. Gauge tho rakes from th to shortor than tho cutting tcoth, according to the slzo of tho tooth. A saw with but few tooth will noed tho rakes shorter than one containing many small teoth. Caro should bo taken to fllo tho raVos slim enough co thoy will woar down as fast as tho cutting Tho Finest on Earth. toeth. This will prevent tho saw from R is The Cincinnati, Mauiilion Si Dayton R Safety riding almost wholly on tho rakes after only line runmnz Pullman's Perlecied a fow hours' uso as it will it tho rakos the i Parlor Vestibuled Trains, with Chsir. aro flloJ blunt Fllo every other rako nnd Dining Car service tetwen Cincinnati, In. dianapolisand Chuagu and is the only lint run from ono sldo of tho saw and turn tho unit rbrOutfh Ksclminj Chair Carhtween Cm-- c nnati, Keokuk and Spmigfield, III sndMccpln,; law and filo the rest from the other side. In filing all from ono side the saw is Ctr Cincinnati 10 Mackinaw, and the Only Dlroct Lino qulto apt IU runsidowise, M3 it is almost . Lima. ,. llrtwrpn Cincinnati. Davton Canada, Toledo. De ,blo t0 fll th h troit, the Lake Regions and a little, which will produce this re- 1 he road is one of the oldest in the btate ol one-two- lf th Mct-pim- very large mid npprocintivo audience, Thoy ere nrfnitletl to tslsl urymini;. SOLl KVEUVWilKKIi. Tho houso was called o order at 7 o'clock by the president, It. W. Fletcher. The minutes of the Inst meeting and roll call DII.I.IONS SWITCH, KY. being omitted, the president made n few Dealer In following romnrkH, after which tho Music, ''It ta'Wuil Dry Goods, Notions, Hat3, Caps was rendered: Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, (jucens. With My Soul'" Society; prayer; "On waif, 1'lnwitt, KnmltHit ttrd a Cnlvnry'H Urow," Society; recitation, Gonoral Lino Crocorios, "An Order For a Picture, .Miss Kli Fancy Candies, Crs Ties, &c. "Why-Ar- t Thou All kinds of Product taken ttciunge for goods. 7A Peyton; vocal nolo. in Silent?" Mis A. V. Carr; "Jargon," I'ostoirirr, Livingston, Ky. MiHhca Peyton, Unrr, Cook, (sentry and Prof. It. W. Fletcher; chorus, hdiool, "Columbia tho Cicm of the Ocean;" reei MT. VEHNON, KY. tation, "The Dying Soldier to His Mothold and This llotels still kvilnOU er," Miss L. T. Uivons; paper, "Tho Tat- Hit; Us fine rcputatlen. Chaises reasonable. SpeMiss KIixh Pt'vton; oration, "Live cial attention to the traveling public. tler." Al. !'. NKWCUMU, 1'iep., for Something," L I.. Toll, (Jump NelMt. Yemen, Ky, son; music, "Tilt Wo Meet Again," Society. The leading feature of the exorcises was tho oration by the gifted speaker, L. L. Toll, who may well bo called Havmr I rated thr Mrntlre Stable, I how offer NKW the coining Cicero of his age. Ho held myhas ten i I'AIII.K on au. aster ureet fr rtHt 'Mull, It ihr Uik " for 'M minutes. place in the 1 xinty for ija and isllurtr Very bet the audience sUnU lor t and the coming season A lame umtu at th ilimr The follow ing aro extracts from lun ora- Call on uraddets fcA f NINNI- LI KY. Stanford 7; tf tion: Many of those who now slumber beneath tho hod have tiacriliccd their I. 31. ElllUCE, pleasure, devoted their tiuro and conse crated theirlives to the cause of human ,!,:;3 stable. ity and for the betterment of tlio world'p condition; but a greater number have STANFimn.KV. liyed, moved and passed olf tho stage of SPKCIAI. A1 1LN1ION u COVMKItCtAL action without benefiting nny one or travelers. Hours and mules bouhl and sold horsesjsud vehicles used lo livery. thcuibclvcs uud aro forgotten us the in- Only If wo would be sects of yesterday. we mtiht do something worth writing, or writo something worth reai This none, forewarns huntots. fisheimen ana Knell ono tdiould have an obing. others not to tr.spass on our lands without per in view and eee to it that this object omslon, as all such willbe prowcutrd to the fullject client of lh is not a eelllsh ono. Oar motto est VT (JAINKS taw Stoned I H. H. McKINNKY. should be, "Not for Ourselves, Uui Mrs SAMl'ORIl IUWIN, JtlllN tJ LYNN. JOb. IIAI.I.OU. " " Tlio mission of this Mrs AL1CK TUCICKK. Others." V. 1HOS C BAM. llMII.rns I S. PHILLIP ix.inmitioii in to lav n - foundation ill) IM C KKVNOLIIS. J 1. tiKtK MrsAUCKJ on which succeedin? generations aro to y m wakk. It. II COOI'KK. A MAKTIN. build. Tho corner stones of this foundu. J'0ftKVt0r kaknlt r M" F IIRICI. tion must be religion, education, morali - 'w i t.klMk ty nnd wealth. Wo cannot he respected until wo respect ourselves, nor can we respect ourselves until wo havo tho means to live respectably. Slavury is no longer an excuse for our depraved condition. Whatever may bo our natural ability, cultivation is necessary for our development, Tho gold of California and tho diamonds of llrazil were worthless until tho rubbish was removed and diamond polished. Tho dawnof a better day is at hand. entertainment nt the Haptist cliuioh to n IMPAILTI&G VIGOR mimI liver J". EC. KCILTOIsr Making dirscti. St. Louis, Unroll, Iliillilo, Cleveland, Indianapolis nd the West, KiixUnil, New Canada, in (.ctitral Uutun de jiot for Chicago. Michigan Pomtn, " New York, 5!ostou, of I'lnladslnhla, Washtngtan, llnltimore, Qusckcst time toIlatrHtsbiirg, Frankfort, Ky. IK(.IN'IA Miorl'sl and Uuhmmtd, (jiin Lest hue lo NEWCOMB well-Vuo- HOTEL. csMilvea, Pullman Itmuloir M'.perv thioiiKh with, ontthinu via Chilian oca, llirniiiihani, Merld mh iruiliiic direct lonnei lions rn route for Knox, ville, Ashes die, l.ynshburand poinia ill the S.lnl TtiuiK, bKnpi cars, smnkln mrs and At ChallanooRis for Atlanta, Columbus, Ullminc Augusta, Macon, Savannnh, ton, llrun.wick, Lake City Thomasville and KI.OUI-l)- A Cktaiii, - Sj-t- t. IFOEl nEnsrT. I 'I'hn only line ititinlni; solid trains with choice Pullman ft- udmr i r 1'al.re Slitpink" Cars to Jacksonville wilhuut r.iange lor any ilasi of passen p.nis spell-boun- mill hrst-class m m will. mil omnibus transfer for Oalveston Houston, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksliurg, Mis. , ShrcveTl La , making direct connections without omnibus transfer lor Dallas Port U'orih, Austin San Antoma, hi Paso and pkutsili gersoi haKKSKr Sflma and Montgomery, lluni.ville, Decatur, Florctie Memphis and AHK.ANSAS tioinl.. Miorl'.t and ,iui kest lo Annlilfrn Selma, Mo- mie. Miirci conne linns laano ai faiisv 1 TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORHIA. For thmugh rates Cnrrect county nans and lull information mil on Agent at Junction Citv, Ky. or address HUNK W WOOI.I.KY. Iiav Pass Agl., I.esingtnn. K. C C. ItAKVKY D O KUWARlis. Vice Prrsia.nt, (. AT. A., Llnnrnstl () POSTED. TO THE PXJB3CIC. I would respectfully inform ray old Iriends and customers that I am again at work at my profession and would be pleated to receive any wotk in the vray ef Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repairing. ' 1.k., Ac. All Work Nontly and Promptly Dono And Warranted by neitdxiriopo.t-o.l'K- c Also repairing Sewinc Machines, Ouns, Pistols. THOMAS KICIIAUDS, f lanf-r- d, Ky. Itoom up stairs, Odd Fellows' buiMlng, entrance jl-- lf riTt- ! WsaTt s"ilafTX &3b.S To b jial.on,Ma'-.rui cnc sg f - sssal -- S6S ( ODStl- - , tic ltM i Vans Gill H m JlinNil VI.r.r.lafi(MItXlri;car.otutho SralXTa'S IW t n'r' rrrtMU Hie Hi' rinula rn 1 1 .AC I I Iruiue I limr snt .m Mntenlsln rs sir tt-- T iithur asll Kixo, ar.o. S.f-"-I'rlr- ei invlnism. psr Hollle. lWvinirrtnv my llarber hop lo the Com. KissiHoa-Gjass- s A-- vv Central fl.R. M I umm i.-- . u -- . I r ) i Andre, in Home and Farm. sale by A R. Penny, Suulord, Ky. r NEW FAST Leaving both Daily, Secures n - SCHEDULE IN KFKECTNOV No. 2. No. 16, i9o - - Kentucky. Hotel and am better preparsd than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attiched and every convenience desired. Give me a call. I have moved to my nevi The Itottluc ef At; FRANK RILEY. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers factory pric". wells drilled & Pump Adjusters, TANF'mn to order au. ..' KY. Pumps furnished st it' JjUJ W(Vy COMPANY I CREAM paJNGTONJ v ! good bre;$d C00, AND A HAPPY ySK if yoo VAr , CREAM FLOUR MADE BY V LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS COMPANY, LEXINGTON, KY. tho Indianapolis mooting of scientific agriculturists, Prof. Ilurroll in tho course of a paper on "Tho Rotting of Potatoes," said: It has long boon known that a fungus (Poronospora) is ono of ' tho destructive agonts In tho rotting of potato tubers. Uactoria havo boon noted as Prosont in tho disorganized tlssuo- masses, but thoy havo raroly been sup- posed to bo aotlvo aconta n tho dlsor- ganlzlng process ltsolf. At least thoy j havo not boon credited with being tho primary causo. Groat numbors of bac- -' torla of dlftoront kinds havo boon ob-- , served in decaying potatoes, especially in such as bocomo moist and soft and ' emitted an offonslvo odor. An oxamina-- t tlon of such decaying tubers of tho prosont summor revealed thofactof tho presonco of bactoria in groat numbors, but also showed an absences of any thing olso to which this decay could bo attributed. Furthor and more critical tests led to tho samo conclusion, liesides tho ovidenco of direct observation with tho best mlcroscoplal appliances, cultures woro mado in dlfforont ways to dovolop Into visibility any thing and ovory thing having tho powor of growth In the acctcd tissues. From all tho ovidenco it appears that n certain speclos of bao torla was tho potential factor in thorot3 roXorred to, Separating this particular qpeclos by puro cultures conclusively proved that this bacterium, unaided and .unattended by any thing else what-pvowas capablo of causing tho and dostructivu chango obo served, reducing tho potatoes to a mass of corruption.' This organism would nodoubt bo identified by many as tho Ilacterium tormo Tho only tomedy suggested Is to carofully pick ovor and oxamino seed pota- toes. r. di3a-groaab- rotator. chasing trees for an orchard make tho mlstako of selecting trees, under the Impression that thoy will como Into bearing that much sooner. With tho samo idea in mind, thoy fall to cut back tho tops in proportion to the roots, and the conscqucnco la that the tree is slow in making a utart to grow and loses In this way fully as much, if not more timo, than a youngor tree. It Is vory Important In solectlng treos, to get thoso that aro vigorous and healthy. With the majority of varietios of fruits, treos will glvo moro satisfactory results than oldor three-year-ol- d two-yoar-o- ld Selecting Tree. There Is nothing galnod in selecting largo treos for transplanting. Young, thrifty trees are easier to transplant, will mako a better start to grow, and in tho end make a bettor tree. Many pur- Is one whlihls jruarauteed to bring you satisor in case of iailuro, a return of factory your purchase price. On this aaf plan you can buy from our adveitised drugftlst a bottle of Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption. It Is guaranteed to btlnif relief In every case when for any affection of the throat.lungs or chest, the such as consumption, inflammation or croup,lungs , bronchitu, asthma, whooping cough taste, etc per. etc It is pleasant and agieeable to the upon. I rial f. tly safe and can always bo relied A R. Penny's drug store. bottles free at A Safo Invoatmont LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI to Travelers,- -. a South-Houn- KSun.' .. 5 10 in Daily .No 6. Kz Sun. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Kver attempted, between the c rcat ooinincrcisl cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and must comfortable trains be tween all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest. 1 he counterpart of this train on all trunk lines is denominated The Limited Kspress. The suerb rolling slock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Couttorl. Say Mcnou, get Monon and stick I x'non. It you waut to sav. money an J have a pleasant ney. For lull Information, time cards, maps, folders, etc. can on or auoress W. G CKI'SII.T P A , I Oiiisville, Ky, i. uakm.k.ii r a , i. nicago, ill W, II. McROHI.KTS.Agt., Stanford j- -.. ul Arr Stanford a I.ve Covington... S i8 a a .8 a Lve Falmouth.. Arr Paris it IS a Arr l.lvintstan. is to p I.ve Pans. . . ii ; a Arr Winchester.. a lo p Arr Richmond.... I 35 p Arr Lancaster., 3 10 p l.v Cincinnati ao p rn m S oo p m iu 8 ol p ru 1 m V 6 p m 3 5o p m m.it ut m i6pn on pn 516pm oo p m 6 so p rn Sir ro in in pojij J t it not hesitate to guarentee them every jinie and we aland ready to refund the purchase price if satis- factory results do not follow their use. These reraedit have won their great popularity purely A. K. Penny, uruggisi. on their merits An Important dlsenrrry. Thiy net on tho liver, stomach anil lon-n- i through tho norves. A new princiilo. They speedily euro biliousness, bad taste, torpid iixrr. piles nnd cnnstp.i tlon. Splrii II I for mrn womrii and chi dren Smallest, tm. dust. i - st, .H for a cants Samples frco ut A H Penny s SlamorJ. do-.e- s for years sv Wedesireto say to our citlrens thatDiscovery for have been sjllinjf Dr. Kiiijr' N New Life Pills Iluck-len'- s Consumption, Dr Kibs'i Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and have never hatidled remedies that sell as v. ell or the - -have: given sucn universal Merit Wins. I.ve Richmond ... io p m Arr llerea J oj p in so p in Arr l.lvington..:. J ..,.. 5 a J P m Ndrth-Iloun- d. No. 5. m m ro No. 1. N o.J. aumu. t Miles' Nerve and Liver IMIln. WW onos. Cut back tho top In proportion to tho roots; in many cases it will pay to cut off the wholo top, leaving tho straight stem; thon as tho branchos start out soloct thoso that aro tho most desirable and rub or cut off all others. A botter shaped and a moro vigorous tree can be procured in this way. Such trees cost less In tho end, aro moro cortaln to grow, and are more desirablo in many ways than larger, oldor troes. A good plan in many localities is to purchaso what trees aro wanted in tho fall, and hool them in carofully, then sot thorn out where thoy aro to grow as early In tho spring as the condition ot tho soil will admit. This avoids to a considerable oxtont tho risk ot fall sotting, and If put out early lessons very materially ihe risk of spring planting. Farm, Field and Stockman. Tnr. scarcity of lco this Reason has vastly Increased tho labors of many a farmer's wifo. With patont croamera and ice noar tho barn or stablo tho wifo had littlo to do with tho milk until the lco suddenly cavo out Thoy under atand now hotter than ovor how "bless-Inff- s brlghton as they fly." Tho first cold noxt winter that mako nine or ten inch 0 of lco will bo eagerly welcomed. Tho highest striirtum In Hie world Is niffol Towor, at I'arn. I.OtiO lect high. Hut the grout discovery of Dr Krnnklln Mllos In certain to tower far klinvo It hi. pruiiiotlug human lispp). ncssand This v underfill nfrvo tnedi-clnbuilds up wontout xysicins, euros fits, sp.isms. piutiraliuii. dizzl-nrsslcepltissness ninntli y pnlns, sotiihI troubles, etc Mrs Joint It, Mil.or, of V'ulp.t. ! ralso, Ind., nn I J D Tis.tir I.Oitiniiort Ind . Kiiuietl V poinuls it mnntli whlln uuinK It. 1'inelT lliuili it'-- trrn(i-.ini- i iiHrsons uml .nip! Ix ttlir ot fio Nervine, Ireout a. t I'uiinj'ii who guarantee s s. The VoutlerftiI Tower. SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUGHS COLDS Wasting DIcoacc3 scon's BilMl CONSUMPTION Arr Richmond... io i j a in Lve Richmond,. I 05 p nt Arr Winchester is p in Arr Paris .. .. ? Jj p in I.ve Leslucton . a 00 p m Lve Parts 1 41 p m Lve Falmouth-Ar- r 4 11 p m Covinjton. .. 5 l P m Arr Cincinnatt 5 $ I in 1 8 oo a I.ve Ilcrea. io 15 a a Arr Richmond. . Lve Stanford ... 7 oo a Lve Lancaster . 7 $o a Ive Livingston.. in in 6 7 7 7 la a rn;., 'I "I 3 4 00 a in 5J am 9 is a m 10 44 a m 10 50 a raj 5 3 p m 0 37 P ro 0 4$ p aj $ p m pm a Wondorful Flosh Pmducer. Jfnny liavo gniuotl ono xound por day by its uro. Scott'a KmulHion 13 not a socrot romotly. It contains tho Hlimulnt-in- g properties of tho Hypophos- Norwegian Cod Eliites ami puropotoucy of both Oil, tlio being largely increased. It is used by PhyhiciaiiB nil ovor tho world. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold hi all Dnifiijluts. COTT k. BOWNE, Chamlata.N.Y. In n roci'iit worlc oi Heart D'hu.ise, Dr Pritnklln llilc', tlio noUid kpccluiHt gUpt many new unil stnrtiirig r.icts. Thousands of people nre ktuwiy Miisiiin Itiorns'ilvus. themnlvus l.v t Jin c ,r tr.i. roter, to. baoeo nnd ulcolml, 1 hee tin HoartVhlp8, cuuslng it to boat r.iplny. ilnin graiu.iuy wuur-In- g It out. proili.cinir slK.rltit'ss of lircjlh when uxtircKlnp;, pains m n.ilo nnd shoulder, hungry mid (.tin i speus. iiihI y i oarl ,'n lure n til ilf.uli Kor wn'.ni .1 mi irrl.iited hearts the pieiiv every nlin. e lnuhly riaoniinrnit the New Ilu..rl Cum U Movnrud hy Dl. Kranltlln woalc-eiiing u-1? sud-tlon l TIiotisaiulM Iulsouccl. loath-som- Milcs.wbklilsforsu out A IMVimr'sStanford FOR MEN ONLY! rHrMf Pterliui; Mctculf, a;ed 12. yeara, has been pnrtloned by President Ilurriaon. Ho atole tho contenta of a registered letter at Carlisle, where his father was post master. GENERAL OFFICES: itrjur. mux, ciokts: LortDouuijiSAi-AlirDO- i Ii a itf, Chamber ol Commerce Huildlng, Cincinnati, O. aWatal.hr uteWar H6SH TRIiT7fT-.a.- ll. STiStaUaou aalaallfrraaateUlaaa4rreltaCMalriaa. Ncte:-Do- ube daily train service on Suudays taecHa(la aUaS, salaaSUaa ad vart alM(saalJ)rra. between Cl'iclnnitl and Lexington. saMisM cms Mkoical CO.s buppaLo. m. y u 'altseM of Body tad Kind, Effetti of Errors crbetMM In Oldor Younr. Rstiasl, labia SUKHOOU rail? H.lr4, ha t nlint ail IOST or TAITJaO ffiraTPT'or sral and MEKVODS StANHOOPi JiSIUX Y Onthe.Maysville Ilranch, Noj.leaves Paris at 7 si, am and No. n, at 537, p m, arrivlnc Maysville at 10 10, a m, and 7 ji p m. No. at 10 leaves Maysville at m, arriving at Pans at 740, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at I jo and arrivesat Paris at a in in ,. Tl,... ...il. dally eiccpt unday. No runs daily from Lrxinelon to Cincinnati No. 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am: arrives Paris 10 4,5 am; except Sunday No 81oreaCincinnati5 to pot; arrives Paltno-it705 pm: except Sunday. No. 7 leaves Kalmouth 6 00 am ; arrives Cincinnati 7 am; except Sunday. Train Notes , runs dally except Sunday, between Lexington and Cincinnati, No runs Sunday only, making all local stops. No ti runs a daily pMnner Cincinnati and Lexington. No. 6 and Falmouth Accommo- datioiiNo. 8 now depart from new 4th St Depot. ath below John st. o Note. -- Trains No 1 andFalmouth Accoinmoda- ' 7 arf,VC at "eW 4"' S' Uepo' on lh below Joh a and 6 maVe connections at Wincheatei Nos lorpolntsontheN N A.M. V.Ky IMPORTANT -- Trainsol this line now arrive at and depart fromthe Central Union Passenger station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, East and West. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co, p,,, ...Cincinnati. W.L MUNSON o. r, II. MUKbt, (Jen Pass'g'r Agt jioj 1 .No Noter-Tralns- 11 Tr, 1 U.K. HUNTINGTON, Vtc.pJ;.n,Ciandibn'l Manager, T -