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NO. 104 ' The Cajiital .r ha Conr,d0raoy Forging Grandly to he Front. 1,8 .iniiiPlfttioi, ii a Feb Sfc-- Thu UiaiMoxn, stunt meeting of old friends and rein- taken" and tives 1m, k,.,.t my tin... pntty well en- ployed Biiii-- t my arrival .uul consequent. ' ly I h.ivo.lono more hand shaking ami ..l ,,,,,, . . won!.-- , 1. fi i rrrt4ta ini.i ii.n out ....I the matter left precise- "Moml-' . ' the present constitution. .J,,Lm,itK. lmnilv i,!,r,I,y n v..r.iKo 'll that this ha, been done; for, v,ry if ti,e provision reported lv tlio commit- -' ' lysines t.ansaetcd. , "I ,. ," ,;. G (Jllllrfi raIl(IMiifj far tee had been it W()nI(l of Itae,f J ' "' ' ' J V tlw democratic nomination for attorney l,:lV(' but' reason for the re- - ' ' JiHli ,,, "!? ,, ,,7 "t'nil. addressed a large and attentive J"dio" of ' 'itirB instrument. ..: in not us rutl as LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. y Cfer in nirpint in l'liiiiiniiF . . ,Wronnty rt .lay. in town, "; HH M. pf jHrf iQf 1L? ' H ' WW K 00' ff If Ai I 4 JJ ''"... ,,.,, 'H"'-Vn- t qi.f Q KOUCI LY Rates 2.50 Per I);iy. aluxaniier'shotf:, ) RiVOV ATP1 ) A aVIU vrj. rfw IN? M J) A I I ? M PlU) V ED. ,..,..,.., I, S.,,,.1 . ..I f..ru.,.. tiet, hut hafla hankering; and a determin very forcibly that Kirl.rn.ml In not rtriv- In for second or third place l,: the ra,,. , ntion to wear the laurels over then. ..11 ""' FUR TIIK niGGIISTI.. I.uI...k.. it.i.n""' Tl .iih thanotheri', lhtre re hIwhvh ,",", at- ., . Itichmond in the coinini' Southern city, -.r 1IU I Itllf lllil .. ........... 1.. CTyj "If "!! " ",nl ","l,r ""linn loveiy. II. ....1 ...! W JUJL k" "K ltllllll jFniH"l Kilt lll n'IUIItl1l ......,....i.i...i ..iil,.., I w Al (i Field, the "4 J4" JSZ 6r J ir not the leiMt of them; A itft'illar rail- wl'" ' frcr.ently nppoared road centre and on tin 11.1vU.1bl.) James J"1""1', 1,illlMl ,0 is Uiver, her outlet are as llne.,sanvc..vNi,M'f0rt,I,h,':"f"r,1","1,"m,e' npHiiri.i .io.ut Mall rmwilay and . -- -, . oo-aand receiviiiK biitli the inland and uilitM. Tlui dailies are herahl-in- ; ft 3 climate eannot b excelled. breezes, her JT bin couiinv with lo in decriptioiiH iji U I H H " Kichniond has also many Hhroud and of bin many featuien and every billAft A MAAsM W-9W pimhiiiu husinens men, who leprcittjutal-moH- t board in town i coveied with ll.nnini; unlimited amount of capi'il, pOHtern, many bei.rint' the phhioi;noniy who are doiiitf everything in their power of the Keiiiitl Al that irt ho familiar to for her furtherance and am ulad to wiy me. ANDn decidi'dly pro;rehrt.e pirit jiervades If can pick up nnythiin; diirini; the t'ie old city, wliich iw ao uufortunatu I next lj!.wr tiii.eH. It looks not unlike the in day or two may auk epHCu i.kui TuchdayV pajr, although I fear the ;oid Lord H Hemline a shower of bltw wiheH of your iimny reader aro to the uirt to heal the wounds inllutoii a ijunr-te- r contrary notwitlmtandiii'j. of a century iu:o nnd that from henee i:. C. W. on tdie may (o undisturbed. Tlicre are many cIiiiiikhh nince I wan WEDDED FORTY YEARS. In the county, go to liere two yearn nw.ur. iiitiiiir; tliey A Redd. Sr., Celcbraled are for the t'tter. IJrornl ntreet Willi itri Mr an1 Mr8Their Woolen Wedding With y q heretofore justly house, has Much Joy. improvml wonderfully and an imponiuu lo the it r . Interior Journal Ti or listory brick, with brown tttnne Ck.ui On. iiitn, lVb. '!. The elegant trimmings, ha.s taken the place of many SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all suburban home of C. A. itedd, Sr., pre- t: .. .. . . hi.. of the little huts. ItuHiucHsmakeH a city, tiuLiin work guaranteed. sented an unusual scene of joyousness would be any the wiser, better, UI'(,lt'H,"l-v-- i hut there in nothing that ho completely 1,. H. lomhnson ....,",.. circuit i,.r nr uini festivity ThiirNility lusi vn.... Tlie occa" nnpresses the viitor within her piten 'V 111ILIII1IL' lllllll'rillll sion waH the celebration of the 10th an- ..".,, .:'V,, r'(,"e8,iay-- . all. totl,elntelllence. com- -, th.it she in wideawake as the siht of w.w, ......... k,.L-- .i.,.uiarrepreeniauvu 01 forf. w!,illtI, . l j nivemary of their marriage, for which ., ...... .....1 ., .i,...,u i...J;....UJ i,n ......IFIUVdO Vl ..D..r... IlfKN III MHM K. M MB was here hud ...in hi. hu. veiuiciiiuiii. nun iiiiiicKiuni elaborate preparations ... been made the Danville Advocate,Mond.iy. in the the players or to'the world ntlare. And OlCL 131 interest of that paper iv according to the Old yei mousaiKisoi men, who could ie use- iriiin a custom. n..i...rf Ia..iitiitf ...ii j. fliiu .0 . .... j Inn. ...n la George A. Griffin departed this life tliMi-- i vii.viik-11j. .mom iu Kiies.s wereinvite.1, incimimi; uiiiv employed in 1110 various pursuits) TPvJv dirious) i the key note to sueows " thildrHnandKrandclnliiren,relativLaud at the residence of Ins sister, Mrs. Klia of life, and become producers instead of CV .fr&rJjo (1 T? H Wo hall, which hasbfen incouree old friunds. The city Smith on Wednesday, Feb. LVith, ISM, in consumers, Anions the latter were .Mr. are engaged professionally of erection for some tlvey.mrs, is a irrand Mrs. Will Henderson and Miw. Dave the i,'d year of his aKe. He was born in in this idle and useless nonsense. and Thet building and will beau ornament when Henderson, of Kockeastle, and Mr, J. S. Somerset, where he received an excel- papers aro filled with references to tho Has the largest and completed. The cost of it will h a mil- Fish, who 10 lent education and spent the greater por- - .Mine nnd neniilo u'lm ......l.t i years auo, in l.urei counlion and a )ittirtor dollars and will In by ty, t.on of h.s early life. For the last 10 or, b,tt,r encourage saw the njed jmir, then ouu in it by their presence' MOST COMPLETE STOCK far the tlnest building of any kind south vears and true in heart, take ouch other lo years he has resided in Lancahter, nnd money. If every professional base of the Mason and Dixon line. It will of his tune in1 Dan- - i,,ii . !.. n, OF for bettor or worse. That it was for the spending a norti.-. ue capv.fi.nnj tower with the highest church steeples ville. lie was a good scholar nnd fine tured and put to work at some usebetter all knew that looked now upon and be a modal of architecture. , , """'iti !...:- ...1 ",B "r.iMirtMi . ... , scribe and wan frequently employed in ful occupation, it would be, o jV.nn pub. wue, from pit to dome it will be thoroughly !,." ;'"" 'l buoyant spirited, who, to copying iccords for the .1. superior court 1V0 ever shown in Stanford at prices . f... ...... ,.111 .....1! i ...... i .. .. make the occasion as realistic as i.osm- - ' ."""' ."' "' ",'nM" " "e c,erK OI uw as Hie lowest. CRAB ORCHARD. is both safe and prou I when they take oc ble, had arrayed themselves in the pic itarrnni circuit court. Thotiu'hof nmod- cupancy about a year hence. I have 2 f head of steer in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watcli-makcr- s yet faded costumes that they est and retiring disposition, lie novel-- j calves fir Another grand building is the seven-stor- turesqiie, theh.ss possensed a strong mind and was sale. Apply to J. C. Havs CO can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to who wore Upon that ' bridal eve. .. u,w,e ,.., . .. ..I brick business house and hall beooservor 01 passing -i- som. to the wife of Mr. A. W. Mout- Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old 5t.IUl iobs IU Ult citv of this Many an characteristic were the con- events. Hi. Int. ing built by the Masonic order ,. f I 111..I fnrwl :..i.. gratulations nnd (,vi.iv.;,uiiciiiiui uiiii, h line girl gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic"""""- ..ni.w.r.. for the fuis situated on Ilioa I street, in city. It at his cou.1n.1nd and wasa natural born baby. ture, after which, to the tune of an the best portion of town, and will cost He was an holiest man and was Mr. J. M. Snowdon, of JHckson, pur-- j ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. wedding march by Mrs. J. H. wit. nigh onto $500000. The I. 0. O. F. and never known to he guilty of a dishonor- - chased of M. J. Harris 170 acres of land K.of 1'. orders also have handsome Tucker, the guests were led, by tho able act. He had a warn, heart and was on the Mt. Vernon pike at i'Jo per acre. cotiploqojho dining-roomwlieie, always willing to do ccTszmaBs huildiup. of their own and aru heeiuini;-lwhat ho could in hi He will build in the spring. Vs rfSWVff'tnujo, glittering with cost v I K xTv condition. There are upon a long in a llourishiiu! Mr. W. A. Carson has been plate, was spread the expectant feast. humble way for the promotion of tho many other commanding structures alwelfareof others. Ho had warm friends pointed notary public and can bo found ready built and under construction, but And such a feast Soups, meats, vege who deplore his Idas nnd sympathize with tho firm of Sigler A; Carson ' readv . .. . .... .!...-..- . 1.:.. sulfide it to say that if the present build- tables, ices, confectioneries, fruits am .. nil ins uiiiicieu rei.uives. ni: .... inose desiring anvthing in ioor !.u nun uu .1 ing fover continues five years, Richmond phrases equally as able to "make ' " ' 0lls,apwJn l"0' , . . will bear n very hiiiiiII semblance of its mouth water." convev only a i.artialliiriair'".Iiiiriiiiuiip nv ... a.. .. li a .... iimviiiivi .iiii ..in aii.k mm ui "". linn mill Kiyeii HI .UTS. .IOOrftH Kri idea of the variety and sumptuousnoss former self. him. day night was i.ighly enjoyed bv all w ho This is the day selected to celebiato of the repast, which was gotten up and " """ c"""" " ,10 not I'm-aThe exercise of .IiIIiimim ben,.vnl,.,,Po Washington's hirtlul y, but besides the presided over by Mrs. J. S. Fish and HAS ME. Ulfi oveniUR very pleas Mrs. Dr. John S. Cooper, daughter of and a prncticnl exempliticntion of tho being closed, this ...... banks ami v at .... I.nfM. Iiiiin'o m ant m 1. gEVERV B8TT1E GUKAHTEEO SGld EVERYWHERE. portion of the great general's mother inine nosi. indeed it was a iovi.1 din- golden rule, would tend to improve eoci- young folks are indebted to .,i v r ..v,.h ,im,i i.i...ri;,.. m... ..,i.,.i . ner. Mirvml im uitl. i..t ,.,w,..ir.i very little. There wmh Statu has done lrs Moorti lor the ninny pleasant even' IPREPAREDGY RiCHARDSON-TAYI-OflMEaf ,... ..i.i..,. ' eliivnti. lintiifin .imr.ir-i.iST.L6UISM0. cheer- mid' 'i1.ii.iiiis....M-- w .uul .. . IV Wtdl'll WVM.IV IIIMIIMI ' . i . t uiu ii.twaxB lkiirtft n... :. not even n military display the soldier " "vo "WIU w''tl1 ,,ertime. jsovl. It would approximate neater to.HK8" gurraaaiiy m.v.jrjar tvjcnT3tilff vtvrv. w boys preferring to inarch to church in a ' S"ovv,io. of Jnckson, During their 10 years of married the Divine attributes-le- ad us in closer , vl8WS body on Sunday night rather than the .inn .mutj iiiumpsou, 01 riiree Forks, ifatjguing exercise attendant to march- life Mr. ami Mrs. Redd have been bhs-e- communion with the spirit of all good, are the gneste of Mrs. W. HOUSE, S. Thompson. with four children, all living except and finally tend to our happiness being, revelry, etc. The good people iiere, I desire to sell my farm ol ahout 130 acres, s MissSabra Hays, of Stanford, is the P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, hey are Senator Redd, of Mon- yond the grave. ated about ij$ miles north of Stanford on itu. however, attribute that preference to i one. the guest of Miss Klla May Parrish. .Miss Rush pike, opposite church. There Kentucky. of the llranch acres etin vthuat the oldGoodthe balance are ubout 50 decidedly religious set of young men tana, Mr. C. A. liodd, Jr., and Mrs. Dr. The humor of (Abraham Lincoln was Kiitliella hllison, of Danville, is the guest London, - and rye; farm well in timothy dwelling composing the Virginia Hlues, but there John S. Cooper, of this place, the last proverbial amljit seems that in the most of .Mrs. James Me A lister. Mrs. Katie I have moved to my new Hotel and am letter of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new two of whom were present to enjoy the trying scones of his life ho preputiu than ever to aciummoaatp the public barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession pan aro others who are disposed to believe it :daUly. For pirticulars, se J. p happy event with their highly esteemed :..i ' ' l l il IVJI'"".' V i.. or write the undersigned at laziness. ",,c """"" juHuiuiu nun...l ninny reauyiu conini.uio is visiting Her sister, Mrs. James Hoi-- , E, WITHERS. krank RILEY that no park nor parents, whom, in the language of one his shaio of humor in the social circle. It Is rather oeculiar dam. Miss Neville Carson, of Hrodhead of tho guests, wo hope to sou celebrate This quaintest of Lincoln's letters is, u the guest of Mrs. W. O. Hansford this NT F.WP.O M R street has been named in honor of Gen. . . . ww. ..v-, . Sti ... i Washington. His nninu of courao is both their diamond wedding as gaily and hap- quoted again, a ijusmoss nousu in tfie U' pily as this, their woolen one. honored and revered by the people of tho G. Slaughter into our midst Uu occu sources of Mr. llrown, with whom they R. Lke I). Holelis mill maintain This old and Old Dominion, but stillsavooiioshortund had had some dealings. Mr. Lincoln re- - pies tho "Armendt Mansion Charges reasonable. Spt ing its line reputation. a&sj-Ksunimportant alley, thero is nothing outI).mii.!.k Miss Nannie Haughuian, plied. public. cul attention to the CHURCH AFFAIRS. "I am well acquainted with Mr. Rrown side of the Capitol grounds to remind of Stanford, will spend tho week with AM' NEWCOMH, Prop., ami know his circumstances. First of Ml. Vernon, Ky, onuoftho Father of our Country. A Miss Morence Jenkins. Misses Anuio all, he has a wife and baby; together Rev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach a movo is on foot to change the name of Haiighman, of Stanford, nnd Kddio Ad-- I lno' "Kut t0 0B wortl1 0,000 to any Odd Fellows Hall at J o'clock this after- ''aS .Main street, tho business thoroughfare ams, of Rryantsville, are guests ,n, noon, 27th. of tho! T"'! theru is a table worth S1.50 and of tho city, to Washington avenuo, but Misses Dunn.-L- ast Mr. Moody declares that if au arch-- . ftunday Llder Win. three chairs worth, say, 1. Last of all, as Oi years havo passed since the distin- Stanley, for three years the IlUgel should COUie down from Heaven Cures cuts bruise, old horeM, iVtn diseases,) beloved pas- there is in one comer a large rat hole, conn, bunion, pile, tUnila, kcratches, halter guished warrior was laid to rest, it is tor of tho Christian church, i. which will bear looking into. ailUl preacll IU ISOStOII the Congregation turns, dew poison and brui.es Wherever ll li.it tendered A. Lincoln." most too into in the day to do him hom- his resignation, to take effect April 1st, Respectfully yours, ",en uo,lderrul satisfaction and would find some Haw of grammar or lo.?. ' us uscd l r renioMiit; soreness is remarla propensit) age in that way. On account of his failing health the con nie. numerous totiuijiiuis win tie and Speaking of base ball, reminds us that ic in the sermon will Richmond, however, has no reason to gregation tendered him a !J0 days' In controversion of the charge that and appear ill this space at a later date. Made sold by leave tlio negro has betaken himself to this E. be ashamed of her neglect, if it bo neg- of absence and gave him highly compli J. I. lUGRIN'S, Stanford, Ky. honorable vocation and being an imita- preachers' sons are worse than other long as tho elegant monument in uientary letters of lect, ns recommendation to bo tor by nature, is devoting much of his people's and usually turn out badly, it is Capitol Square Btnnds as a tribute of her used whoieyor ho might go during tlio time and attention to the untioual game. stated tli.it of tho (J.loS Presbyterian! STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Blue-Gras- s love for Washington. It is one of tho vacation. When it became known Has a Ilarber Shop on Main street, that If one is approached with a view to the ministers, over 2,500 are the bons cf ..rtman House, and invites a share ol your finest in tho country and is 0110 of tho ho would probably delior his last ser preachers. engagement of his services for a day's Prompt attention to utside cal's aoU sights that every visitor to Richmond mon hero Sunday night, all of our ml attention to ladies and tl.ildrec. other work in tho garden, ho throws hinfSelf To All Interested, f.ne ;in the latest style with neatness and Work admiration. looks upon with churches, without n binglo exception, back upon his dignity and save, "No, ssssss SS.6m I will sell privately, at a bargain, my arm at fin. 4:17. Quite n monumental city is Richmond Uisponsed with tlieir oveniug services 1 will receive largo county, iXJ or small contribu- Crib Orchard, Lincolnknown rs Ky. sah, 1'so short stop in do Lancaster This farm formerly the Jacob Guest and tho appreciation of Leo, Jackson and the dillerent ministers and congreand we plays de Stanford tions for Brother George 0, Harnes at contains Clay is evidenced by monuments gations worshipped with Mr. Stanley's and Hoodlums ut free o'clock dis eveuin' for uny time, ami will remit to him monthAcres Excollont Land, that tower high towards the heavens congregation. J. C. Caldwell sold to five dollars and tie gate money. If I'm ly. Cents, nickols, dimes, quarters or In prime con Jit on, and well Improved, hlng and aro loving tributes to their memo- Funk & Andoraon SOO barrels of corn at not dar do game would stop. I'fyou go dollars will be gladly and thankfully re- partly the limitkot the town of Uii.li.ird, ries. Tho love for the Confederates can $0 per barrel delivered. Lewis Jtout on the !.. N. K. R. Mia. W. G. "Welch up on do public sqiiar' you'll find sever- ceived. by tho Virginian ami hauled it and 'I he farm is dividtd nearly eqiii!'y !iy the pike never bo forgotten B.iya it was the best corn al colored gen'lemen settin' 'round on Other papers please copy. le.idiiu Vuth from town, there liiih' 17; acres on rOMiAtSA eo Ioiik aa life laata they rejoico in doing ho has seen in ten years. Robert Jack-Bothe Last side 011 which 1. the uian'i n house, a goods boxes kickin' der heels nn'singiu IarKO,ruiny and br.iU f 7 rooms, be. Hon. honor to thoso who havo gono before. of London, sold Monday to Virgil e, &c and 011 kitihen, servant's 'Annie Roonoy,' an' maybe you may find mond's Win. M. Irvine, one of Rich- sidesWt.t sideiO) acres, house, stab no a ,ceinfort While.notlcing the improvements and Itico his fancy white Shetland pony wtiu.li ha the most successful business men, ablotrauio cS? CO., aud one who ain't got no money to go to do &.C. residence looking upon the historic sights, I havo dog cart for $150. J. C. and Monte Fox I will sell tho place as a wbu. died Monday. He was a member of tho' if desired T haso ball, who'll do your work fur you. HUSTONVILLE, KY. the tracts singly found a few spare moments to dovoto to bought of W. A. Jlurton 23 yearling Presbyterian church aud an excellent will kII cither of and comfort'b'e hon Either will e. wivii nuke an elegant Are stillin the business ami reldy to do anv 1'so engaged, I is !" 1 think I could distinguish tent to schools, churches, good turnpike and the thine iu the Undertaking lino. christiau gentleman. His wifo survives the people. mules at 0. base a lull Advocato. r.ilroad, toclc of Ca.es of all Kobe: a Kontuckian from a Virginian under al- It is pleasant to note that the warn- him. John G. Taylor, of the same town, Persons desirous or inspecting the place w ill bo 01 every deicrip-and Casketshearse, kmd, and utarli Our w'nch is oi shown ver it bv lames Mays. Tho Louisville Medical College grad- - ings of the press have not been entirely and the oldest ingonthei new can be obiita don short nonce .Mr. B most any circumstances, iirstly, tlio merchant in it, died Tues- preraiics, Kur ttrnii- apply or address uie at Dan Urcen has chs ft ilcur business and will ihow Virginian has not the healthy complex- - uated 10:t young doctors this week. ville, Ky. unheeded by tho con. con. Tlio clause day. our Roods toacy oae needinir anythins; riiii I V.ru.n.a and i tins line itV nip Mti.l tiit-liM .itill.Ml to Hut why Hpeuk of the beauty ... .11 .. ..f 'i'i j iirf mi preuv ami even ui .' ........ W U.H.... II... !.... t.. """ i"111" '" uxureH rU,ly "f "! Mand.de c ly . by side l.l.-l- i '""" hi-- I 4 i.. .... "l, I . 1 well-know- n Wed-iichIh- n v 1111 1 1 - C- - two-stor- ( I 11, HiitiotiH iif.oii this vitallv . IIIHrilfll. nh Klin 111 ftln 1. to try several inemhers of the imporuintsuliject If the puge could Kovernor lie played by amateuis only, h.s a plea- second regiment chsr-- d with various mere could bo no KUri offenses. oils objection nr"ed aainpt it, but wh The count iv residence of Mr. Claystout, men, who wr ul.l make' ton Tenter, near this plsce, was destroj-eexcellent hands in harvest fields, are by lire Monday nilit. Tlieoccupants pnra.hnir about the conntrv and livintr narrow v .wapt-with thcTr lives, us the upon what cm be realized from the sale roof was falling in when tliu J'ne was of ticket (., witnesH tlieir performances, discovered. it is Mel. time that somethini; should be -(- ieorne W. Ileitis, aent of tlio K. done to Mippress it. The G. branch of the L. A X, ut thiu point, of runninir. jumping nnd wrtbt- huHpine to Cincinnsti to confer with Raines linirwere not only promotive of health, tlieoHicialfi therein to obtaining out liciie iifitil in mntiy ways to thoso choaj.cr rates ami letter fncilitit-- for the wiio particijiatedin them. For instance, transportation of live stock from this a sw ift runner could put his skill to irood place to that city. use in catching a train, when behind :. Walker him bought -J- udpt the time, or Betting to n place in time to prehalf interest of .J. A. Dotv in the livery vent an accident or put out a fire; a j;ood linn of Walker A I)oty and will take jumper couhl cross a ditch with ease, msHsiiun next Monday. .Mr. Doty will while a clumsy pedestrian would 0 return to his farm 111 Upper Garrard compelled to walk a lotij distance to jret The style of the new firm will be from one side to the other, a fine wrestWalker t Walker. ler could protect his person from assault Jack McKobirtsand wife, of Louis-..:)without beiiiK compelled to resort to tl .. .. . .. . ....... 11 , ...... 1. u. ,,. .mimcou- - llw of weapons Hut the base ball ar- 0 eru, mis weeK. .101111 ioty was in Kich- - ti8l is a different kind of nn animal. He momi JuesiJay. Mis Mamie Currey illicit knock n ball sky hiirh and itmiKl.t ,. nin..jMi ..;u;t .IU i, . ..,.,,, ,t 1.1. 1;,. has returned (mm ..oil. 1'ivur.iiti. IP .1... "" ""' ' Richmond. IraJ.Taylor, of Cincinna-- I , it n ... ., I" nil . . AorMu"l4 III II . lftJ ' J "f ... ' column ,. ,'' "robh KnKlhh n, ,m.kMHO,.,e fv.aomn, 4V,, , . . LOLIbVILLI,, k . W. R. LOCA?4, . A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan. I. L. Maisha'l. ri,.,!,B Managor. ....w. -- ..nun-pusuin- able-bodie- d d &P V JL& &". Jk, JL cinor f J k d J.M -- -- ' tj PI flPF WWW rl a 1 SILVBBWABB .. . . 1 -- k,.,-mH 1 i " h, ,1 . ...,,. ""I""' ., 1 ,l wZ "V.-.- WB v . 1 B. McR QBEF1 TS'. BeliaDlO J OWOler ill -- I vl- - I I ......., ),:.. lini-ll- I I . I .111 , , TJie M. M ... tllO Lead. i ( I M?A. R. Penny Watches and Jewelry lw , ,,1-v- -p - ' 1 - 1 ... i y long-goiie-b- y nii-iinii- e I I 11 ... I 1111 111 ,rTft!z.r LlXS4 S well-wishe- .,..... s .. I an-tup- ie j veil-erabl- e y J ' I re-a- J ' :. 1 I ,...' iiu r - . 1 j post-oflic- o ...... .... ,.i d 1 WHITES ! ,l . "" .'" l3 CREAM VERMIFUGE WRMfiSMEUSKraRgSYEM CO. t'iti - "' , THE RILEY Farin For Salo. 1 . IcSiohi .i- ..u i HDTR1. . well-kno- a I Sj-t- l. '05l,' j Hits1 mmmii 1 mi - ' I j 96-i- II. FARMER, Choice Farm I TOffSORIAL AETISTJ lirst-clas- s I op-Po- Rag-nmufii- home-stea- d, 280 111 Cr-- I. n, well-bui- lt out-hou- J. T. STJTTOI-- iitoSSffrLrJS'i T s $7-'.2- I - 97-- tf J AS. W. GUEST. s in ou o4.t V' w ! i i i i I :l tr Si i ! Fi A. -- 5' J -- , V bihzanl prevailed in Kansas Wednesday night with the thermometer 10' Addresses the Following Letter to the Dem below ?ero. ocracy. A, O. and Thomas Barrow, of Clark, i Mr. Warren is sending out the followStanfokd, Ky Feuruauy 27, 139 ing letter to democrats all over tho were swindled out of by the old gold brick scheme, which is another State: Dkak Sm. The democratic Statu con- proof that nil the fools are not yet dead. "W. F Five Hungarians have been taken vention-is called to meet at Louisvillu on the 115th day of May next, and tho mass alive from tho mine at Hazleton, in to Senator Blackiicrn tukea week meetings of counties and wards for the which there was an explosion IS days silver coinage selection of delegates are to assemble on ago. They had not tasted food for 12, Cleveland's letter as an excuse to get In his ancient Saturday, the 2d day of May. days. objections to his nomination anil disA nemo girl namid Minute Knott, I am n candidate before that conven play his animosity for him. In a letter tion for its nomination for auditor of of llarrodsbunr. drank n cud of cold to somebody at l'aducah the senator State. 1 hope to ho able to visit and poison because her dusky beau failed to says that if Mr. Cleveland is nominated make the acquaintance of your people call when ho promised and then laid he can not be elected and that he does before tho primary meetings of May 'Jd, over and died. not know a single U. S. Senator who but the shortness of the time may make W. J. Klliott and A. O. Osborne, edto against him. The latter this impossible, and in that contingency itors of rival papers nt Columbus, O., would not vote might be true and then again it mightn't. shall be forced to rely upon this ineth- - shot at each other in a crowded street., . ... ..- I. .... .it.rk-i mi... senaiuru uru c oni oi calling myself ami my candidacy Osborne was killed. A bystander was alio ueei iui.m also killed and several persons wero with the people, imt Deiieve tuey consu- to vour attention tutu a little world of themselves, llie My claims, if I may assume to have wounded, peonle are for Cleveland and they are any, are of course subject to the action On April the new contract made him, the objections of of my party. I am a democrat, pro- by the Richmond and Danville and Of going to nominate Goods, Clot I Oil. disgruntled senators and other politi- foundly attached to the policies of that Chesapeake and Ohio roads goes into efwhich, Jyj., be by Urer Blackburn party and proud of its history. For 2." fect and after that date tho C. and O cians notwithstanding. for years, since my early manhood, and will run its trains through from Cincinbeen has never forgiven Mr. Cleveland to give not consulting iiim on certain appoint- mainly "in the trenches," I have to the nati to Washington with their own is adhered, to. you, wish, to ments and he never loses an opportu best of my ability, by vote and voice, crews. The Kentucky I'liiou Railroad and nity to show his distaste for him. Mr. upheld its standard in every national, Laud Comp.uiv, vhich has had so many Cleveland has frequently expressed his State and local contest. have done so, views on the silver question, which are not through blind partisanship, I hope, tips and downs, is said to be riirui ti on its tho same now us formerly and we ven- but because, as I sincerely believe, it is feet. Funds sufficient to run the compabeen obtained, and the road ture to say that withiu It! months it will the only party of the people, the only ny found that as usual he is right on the party founded on the constitution, the will be taken out of the hands of tin be subject. Goods, only party which, bestowing special receiver. Goods LrOOUS. The experimental station at the 4U-inc- h publish in this issue a circular let- privileges upon none, guarantees equal State College, Lexington, burned. It We wool Goods 60c. Calicoes ter, which our caudidatefor auditor, Mr. rights and affords equal opportunities to was erected about two yeais ago at a cost all. Its principles are the salt which 11. C. Warren, has had printed for circu best of $17,500 to the State and was insured o all alone will preserve our institutions from lation throughout the State. crom worth, 7 c. for $10,000. A map that cost $1,500 was I the information obtainable there is n tliedry-r- ot of Plutocracy on the one destroyed. The loss on furniture and wide spread and almost universal desire hand and from the swift putrifaction of apparatus is estimated nt $8,000. on me inner, aim which in the democratic party all over tho Mr! Wiko, of Illinois, tired of Reed's to have a new deal altogether in isl ll complete response ami full reino-t- tyranny, olfered in tho House n resolu the just complaints of our two n.Mf..r of this office. Some bcuidal. 'y tion proposing an amendment to thu grown greatest classes, the agricultural and whether justly or unjustly, has constitution making arbitrary rulings by Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. VKIJANSKY, out of its past management, and the parthe presiding olllcers of the House and One of our party methods, ns d ty does not wish in the next canvass to from its principles, is rotation in Senate crimes punishable with removal be placed on the defensive. This sentiformer at .'i.tOand tho laiter at IJ, feed- - &f ,cSl' - from office, imprisonment an tine. f"Sr ir" C,i, h 7 ment, we aro glad to be able to say, office, the frequent change of olliceDeputy Sheriff' Williams, of Pulaski, War- nouiers oy the promotion of new men seems to be chrystalizing on It. C. nrrested young Hancock for disturbing " ' " T TT ren. He is making a dignified but ac- fresh from the elbow touch of the peo religious worship, but an older brother " ' VvJ ' o -- Monday was the last day of W. T. -- " for the nomination, antago- pie. This seems but fair and just and made him release him. The deputy Woodward's horse sale at Lexington, tive canvass STANFOKD, KY nizing no one, and his high character is certainly sound policy and good polimnl iTiim m w Ikt.i ttm w lien Htf were wild at an average of ii tics. I am for it. During the seven days sOU head s. and pleasant address are making enthu, I shall esteem myself fortunate if I Hancocks were, ordered them to surfo a toal () siastic friends for him in all quarters. render. They opened lire instead, which l)ny A Watson loaded hero Wednes-wacan obtain your vote and influence in deUnless all signs fail he will be, as he returned, and one of the Hancocks day mg'lil a car of line horses, bought at serves to be, the next democratic nomi- my behalf, and will be properly grateful was killed. None of the posse was Lexington, which they wuro taking to! to you besides. Respectfully, .Miilillesnoro, wnere iney win open a nee for State auditor. He will make l,urt. We arc closing out our Mock of Cbbs" Imperial, Iron Benin, Clin It. C Waiikcn. livery stable, ln-- y siarieu 10 unve one of whom the whole State may bo nithrough, but found it to much of an un- pion ami MT. VERNON, ROCKGASTLE COUNTY. proud. uitvcr bteel ami Combination I'lows AT COST. WJi cn vc CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. dertaking. Pa QtnTltiiti fViliw.r rf II atu Tiifnli . ....... I here were oOu cattle on the vt in . say cost, we mean cost. IPiil.ll Vuij v wt W -- Mr. -oilier is iloing .. .level. .best to hag Atlanta. CJa.. hasn't been making l.is ,, nlovt.(l l0 fiirm nenr (.j.ester market Monday, but no strictly We have taken the ajjency for the "Vulcan" Chilled Plow, the much of a blow, but she seems to be get rid of the useless and VAICUOItl- - U.- - ,,, choice feeders otlered; 10 fair feeders, com W."15 pounds, brought ?3.S 10 per head; L uitf How. ami these must go to getting there even ahead of those places fin., nt lr.t.it.ir... .....I I l.'j ..tin. ...... n...l .i mnkc room for them. . Julia Taylor, a respected colored medium steers. 1,000 pounds, jitb; 17 who are making a great ado. From a tpuru ., dimes oi mai ouice io ue peruie Choice lot ol home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and we learn that ono formed by tho county attorneys. It is to woman, wife of John Taj lor, died Tues- fair feeders, 1.000 pounds, i'M 50, 25 light paper of recent date yearlings. 23 oii, w plain steers, .vuuw., Oats. day of pneumonia. real estate agent alone has sold 307 lots be hoped that he will succeed. were fair, but 52 The republican legislative candidates slow2il. Demand advanced buyers asked A Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. since January 1 at good figures. prices The committee of the whole has to give tho piece of property bought five years ago about completed the legislative report. were out in full force hero Monday. by sellers. Full stock of Hardware and Groceries. for S:i,000 was sold the other day for The clause against local and special leg- Four or live are working their wires for Teachers' Association. $20,000 and another, that was bought islation is very strong. Ifsucljis asked the nomination. After remaining silent for some time A C sink. of Mr. Little Conn Brown, only son J S MFNKFEK three months ai:o for SS.00O, sold last it shall be granted only after the act on account ol other duties, we will now week for $12,000 to a man who now wanted has been published in the coun- J. W. Brown, is lying dangerously ill of pe a few lines for the benefit ol tho as- - Qt J 1 1 holds it at 524,000. Atlanta is a great ty paper and a copy filed with tho secre- pneumonia. Dr. Bailev was down to see lIuMluItthhw-hiUoKrtrixwXr'onri the little sufferer Tuesday. and growing city and these prices are tary of State. VA? xpectal ions in the interest which i.s The amicable settlement between backed by something substantial. I lie best selected stock and lowest The Louisville Times is iloing the mauile.stcil on tho part of the live to .ch prices in Central Kentucky. L. & N. and its telegraph operators urn and natrons of the county. Al-State good service by publishing each the Hon. M. C. Alfohd, president of tho day's list of absentees. Tho members is in the usual line of that company's though there has been but a small mi-SASH, FY.OOKIXC2, ,,, noritviif tliu teachers ureseiit at the Kentucky State League of Democratic are kicking, but it is no good, the list ap- liberal policy towards its employes. w. DOORS, what was lacking in numMr. Will Southard, of 1'me Hill, was meetings, vet Clubs, has addressed a letter to the clubs pears daily, and what is better, it grows tho zeal, energy bers w.is made up ItLINHS, spurred in tho right hand by a rooster ami enthusiasm of in urging an immediate revival of their or- beautifully less each those who were in time. Tho name nearly a year ago. Since that time his ganizations to assist in rolling up a of Will Miller appears in it Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. attendance. It was impossible for us to nearly every arm has been paralyzed and he has been be present at tho meeting which was "rousing majoriry" for tho State ticket, day, but we want his constituents to held recently at l'reacherbville, but from unable to use it. AOTD in order to show to the despotic party in know that it is not our Will Miller. He what we learn of It there was it consul Mr. I. J.Terrill, formerly a resident erable degree of educational lire kindled power how utterly we dispise their meth- is rarely ever absent. We carry a full stock of everything found in a of this county, is hero from New York by the members and much enthusiasm ods and measures. He will shortly call on a visit to friends. Mr. E. T. Fish aroused in the patrons, which is evia convention of these clubs that this plan -NEWSY "NOTES'." writes from San Antonio that the farm dence that the association is doing a of campaigning may be made more efA number of stocks ers are nearly through planting crops in grand work. We think that the best Examine our designs and specifications before letting your fective. thing which can be done to elevate the contract burned at Kansas City Sunday night. that portion of the State. schools is to gratle them anil for bi'di"ESINK & MKNKFKF:; Stanford, Ky. A hill has been presented in Congress Loss $275,000. Wo Miss Ella Jopliu is teaching at East have.icour.4c of study adopted. to allot space in the government exhibit Sixty thousand tons of corks nre Bcrnstadt. Mr. John Welch, of Louis preier this to compulsory law at present at the World's Fair for colored people to used for tho bottled beer consumed an- villi, made a living trip to this place and as it would place tho school on a tinner basis, after which the compulsory law Hhow their works of art, field products, nually in Knuland. Miildlesboro last week. Mr. W. M. Gay. could be iimdo more ell'ective. i live stock, inventions, Ac. The Courier-JournThe House Committee on Consu oi I'itie Hill, was with us Wednesday. know that there are a number of patrons thinks they "ought also to be has denied the application of the city of ho count v who w ill not semi their - i i. p.rit.binv ...... ...... ...... ..II. .... v ............ wlm Ikii, iu.ti im v. in compelled to given space for the exhibition of the of- New York for a recount. eling in Arkansas and the Southwest, children unless tliev are it greater interdo so, but if there can be fices to w hich they have not been apThere is talk about tho removal of waB here Thursday. est aroused on the part of the leading pointed by the present administration." the C. S. shops from Somerset and the Mittie, tho youngest daughter, of patrons of the county by the grading of This is asking too much. Chicago and citizens are much wrought up. Mr. J. T. Adams, aged S) years, died last the schools, then the compulsory law all the Biiburbs that she gathered in for Courtney Forsy the, a Louisville Saturday of pneumonia. Sho was a very would not be so dillicult to enforce. Teachers, patrons and superintendent, census purposes wouldn't hold them. jockey, killed his room mate, John bright and handsome child and was a wo have metat dillerent nlaces in the on the Memphis race course. favorite with all. A short timo before county and discussed tho leading topics Tub Frankfort Capital announces with Louisville got a taste of another cy- death claimed her sho was heard to say, pertaining to the advancement of tho Mr. Young E. seeming authority that clone Tuesday night, which blow down "I seo niammii." Her mother had pro. common schools and there has been Allison, editor of the Insurance Herald, houses and did much But we much good accomplished. other damage. ceded her to the grave some years. Louisville, and general promoter of all think much more good could bo realized California has just experienced one Mrs. L. IJ. Adams is improving. Mr. if we would do BOine practical work. kinds of enterprises, is a candidate for of the worst floods MiHmPft-n,5J-m'" ' in its history. Great DaviB Orear and wife, of Mt. Sterling, Let us grade and adopt a course of study governor on the republican ticket. Mr. damage was done and many people lost accompanied by Miss Pearl Jameson, for the schools of tho county this com- AGENT FOR Till? CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON Allison iB a good man, in fact a tip-ting year; urge upon tho legislature their lives. 1 Have .imi cuver guinea i'lows. wero visiting the family of County Clerk when it meets to give us tho needed legmst receive!! a hmnrl n..w stock man, and we hope ho will be elected Ramsey-Fogg- lo The feud was re- M. C. Miller during tho week. Mr. B islation and dispense with the old, out-o- f and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which to stay where he is. is newed at Homer, La., William Ramsey, F. date text books and put in their stead of Gum Sulphur, Jerry Frith conceded the best one made. Wallen, Jr., being killed and Hamp and Harry and J. II. Vanhook, of Brodhead, wero i ho latest btaudnrd uuthora that all the They Beem to know Bill Chandler schools of the county may bo perusing pretty well at home. The Now Hamp- Foggle wounded. AJXTO with ua this week. Mr. C. J. Golden tho same hooks and tho same course of A cyclone demolished a number of and family, of Louisville, are at Mr. Jas. studv. Tiachera. vou can aid greatly in shire republican legislators in discussing Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. kirn Tuesday did not hesitato to brand houses at Utica, Ind., Tuesday night and Myers'. Mr. A. H. Dyche, of tho Lon- supplying the schools with tho latest Echo, was here Monday. Mr. S. books. Send to the American Book Co., I can furnsh you almost anything you need in the him as a liar, cur, coward and sich. This did much other damage. Several per- don Hardware or Gro- W. l'arris, traveling for a Knoxvillo Cincinnati, O., for their prico list of eery line. Agent for Brodhead Tobacco. is worse than having his ear pulled by a sons were injured. house, was with ns this week. books and you will see that they (pioto stranger. inereopiHs theatre, a hotel and exchange prices by which you can send MSlMMM FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. several business houses burned at Ev them OKI hooks ami get now ones aione-hal- f House rushed through tho direct ansville, Ind., causing a loss of Tiik tho ost paid for them at tho booka quarter A steer weighing l,i)'J0 pounds sold stores. This will cause you a little tax bill Tuesday. It is to refund to tho of a million dollars. in Cincinnati the other day at 5. trouble, but it will save your patrons a States the amounts collected under it Scott Bishop, a negro who assaulted Fou Sale. A good milk cow with a vast amount of the uxpensu which they during the war, which will require over and robbed a whito man, who died from young calf. Apply to Jno. M. McHob-e- i aro burdened with in educating their! Kentucky will get over tho effectB, was taken from jail $15,000,000. children and achieve glorious results in at Black- ts, Jr. your school. (Due of my patrons claims $CO0,QOO if it becomes a law. stone, a., and lynched. M. F. Elkin A Co., bought of W. S that I saved him n arly 510 a year by The fast express on tho I'aii Handle Warren and others some butcher cows at theabovo plan, which is quite an item HuiiRAii for Hon. W. H.Miller. Ho jumped the track near Hagertown, Ind., 2) cents. which the patious of tho count) should has succeeded in getting the convention and 6veraL cars rolled down an emNunnelley bought Wednesday investigate from a business standpoint A.T. to abolish the olfice of Commonwealth's well as obtaining tho most suitable of year as attorney, which, if it sticks, is glory bankment. Three persons were killed for u Tennessee man a books fur their chiulri n. Those teach outright, three wero fatally wouuded ling mules, from J. S. Owsley, at $30. ers w enough for one man. Ri60 my Kiggin, aic teaching tho way their great and over a score were more or less infor Mr. J. J. Walker, of Garrard, had SO grandfathers were taught and using the and are looking at you. wo which werebrought jured. ewes to produce 118 lambs and he has L'O sainti old In Rowan county DialWells stabbed more to lamb. He says there is a tre- out of Noah's ark are not doing their Senator K. K. Wilson, of Maryland, "Catorlta so well adapfcsl to children that Caatorla curra Colic, Constipation, duty as teachers. This is a progressive mendous crop of lambH in his county I recommend itos superior to anjr prescription Hour Stomach, PUrrhrra. Kructution. who had recently been elected for six John Middleton in a quarrel over rent. Kills Worms, ghes simp, and promote dl. J. P. Crow has traded his two store age and those teachers should be getting known to me." II. A. Archer, SI, D., suddenly at Washing- Middleton's wife seeing her husband's rooms in McKinnev to G. G. Fair for out of the old educational ruts and placcertlon. years more, died Ill So. Oxford St., Drookljrn, N, Y, Without Injurious medication. dauger, rushed out and grabbing Wells his farm of 80 acres on tho Middluburg ing themselves noon a higher stage of ton, aged 70. turn Cintaub CoMPAxr, 77 Murray Street, If. Y. Ono of tho ways by pike. Tho total amount of money in the around tho armB, held him till her hus- s OHOL'l miles from McKiuney. About advancement. which they can do this is to attend and ih involved. of which band got a gun and blew out his brains. States is United Cincinnati heavy shippers and take an active part in the association ,In That's the kind of a wife to have. .1." $1,528,035,043 is in circulation. .i i.. ..i.. G. U. Fitv, Educator. goou uuicucr cuiiie uru iin uuuiuuu, iuu Semi-Weekly Interior Journal1 i HON. R. C. WARREN THE PEOPLE Are invited OP STANFORD AN VICINITY WALTON. anti-free j nt visit this the immense establishment of ' The Louisville Store At Stanford inspect a most gorgeous and, 1 hi.v t MAGNIFICENT 1 EXHIBITION lino', fats, Shoes, Carpets, Cloths, Carpets, Trunks style, beauty and variety can not in matched any other Jlousem this city. 0w phcuominal success has achieved through our eJorts the best values for the least monei, and this still .hemember, if Dry 1 hie .S3 Trade with us. Specialties in Dry ct "r c 1-2- and White raiajaconersar ocpermtra,wortiiJUc; all Dress at 'oo per yard, worth All including American Jndigo Blue. Simpson's .tanchester and all other Prints at cents per yard Take advantage oft his sale. J will pay you. Dress ; ""y mr-Sta- te h THE t LOUISVILLE STORE i i--k-2- Proprietor. diMin-guishe- i ln !. lJ.il f-M- m s Al0"lrVS .. ... Kl ,,.,, -. ti a. . j J k3 IT" UClillUl Q JuLHTl Dftl -- P XT Y f) Pfl 1 1 i . i it. SHINGLES, CEILING. SIDING, WOVEl'T WIRE SLAT FEITCE. FIRST - CJCASS 3QXJMBER store-liotisesn- YARD, I j i al i- . J. 33. FOSTER, iwt Pag-get- t, if4fe r 1 HHK " op STAPX.E FANCY GROCERIES, HHypHggu Infanf Children. f4pR. car-loa- d li-- i text-book- ,...i K .AiS L ' JTJflpWr Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 27, 1891 IloiiN, to the wife of V. II. Murphy, n boy. m m Stantoim, Ky., Fkhhl'ahy Oats, clover and timothy need at J. Foster'a. 15. B.O.WAiTON,BUH.ManoRer MEANS BUSINESS. Cull Yoi'ii account is iluo iiml ready. Hid nettle and oblige A. It. runny. PERSONAL POINTS. J L Mil. K. Mum. 0. Wkijh V. I1. mid family Iihvo re- - moved to l'inu Hill. mint, Mm. It. Dim.ion U vimtini; her P. Mallard, at Uielimund. (if I.UlKMMtcr, M It. RollKItT Kl.NNAIIIII, relurnud ft om Loninvillu Wftliu'wluy. retiiriied from a visit to Iter lirothur, .toll n, nt Lexington Mkh. .1. S. Hi'Niii.iiv yenturdiiy. Mil. am Miw. .1. T. Lynn, of LoiiIh-villu- . are up to nee Mr. J. M. Wrtiy, who id (tiito mek. Mit. John Mktcw.k, of Xieholasville, paused up to l'iuevillu yeMerday to mio J mice Chnrlev. Mil and Miih. V. II. UlOOlNH witnt up to Itiehinoiid yexttmlay to vinithiH lirutli-e- r, John Hiuitm. Cut. Hi(.(.iNrt Kkm.ky Iihk returned "iipenvor. " to Clay Centre, Kan., and is improving from a M'vcre attack of intlueiiMi. A mi'ATt It to the IjOtitaville TimcH eonveytt the iitipleiiHiuit inforiuation that Col S. M. Hiirdett in very ill at Iun home Mn (i (i. F.mii 1mm moved to Hart-- f ird, where we underftaud ho will no iu biifliiit'M. He Jh a oodtiolid citizen and Inn neiylilxirH will inihH him. Mit. J.ik MrlloiiKiiTS and wife, of Louisville, are on a visit to hin parent, Mr. and Mr. J. M. MeUobertu, .lr , their flrnt ninr their elopement. MK..I..1 Wai.kiik Htid noil, Dave, of Oarrard, jmlkmhI through to Louiw villi', Mondny, where the latter will enter the Stratton lliinliieiM College. Minum .If i.i a Sr.un. and Annie ltohon, twoattruutive votim IwlitM of the Went Hntl, arwnt Mr. T. J. 1'owter'n and ald iih a pltmnant call yettti'rd.iy afternoon. Coi V. (t. Wki.iii IihhIkjuii appointed Itryant fc by trict iu the Conference of ClmriticH and I. Corrections, at lndlanuK)liH, May 13--- the iovernor to reprwent the Mli dis- Mil. AMI MllS. .1. S. A HMHTtMJ.Sd, of D.!- lan, Texan, who came to Kentucky, with the remains of their brother-in-laT. Yoiiiij:, took the train yewterday home. Mn. K for Pr. fc W I I J. T. (li'TiiiiiK writen that he Iiiih been appointed poHt inaHter at the new olHce of KIkih, Tttnn. Tom in in a kooiI re- - demwrat and the country troni:ly ,. puhlicau, but everybody wiw having the otlice. Mil. Jam km P. Wooiwon, of Money (Jrove, Te.xiu. in on a viit to Mr. and .Mm. U. (!. Alford and other friundH. Mr. WooiIhoii wiih a former citizen ol thin county, but moved to Texas many yearn a:o, where he. ia both prosperous and contented. Mas. John K. Joiikh left for St. Jt- Bcph, Mo., a few days aj;o to visit her parents. Mr. Jones will follow in a nliort time with a carload of fine stock mid will likely k '"l0 business there, though we should dislike to loco so soot, a citi zen. for him Maj. .Iambs A. IU'iinmidk clinpuroni'tl the most of the following (Jarrard county tobacco growers to Louisville Monday ninbt: T. V. Duerson, J. Mac Cotton, J. N. Denny, James M. l.:iion, Nick Perkins. John A. Todd, J. A. Mar Clin, J. W. Smith, Mrs. Ann Itroaddus, C. M. Jenkins and J. P. Simmons. Anions theiu they had about 100 hogsheads of line Hurley. CITY AND VICINITY. Nohtiikiin seed oats for s.ile. II K. t V. M. Wearen. My HpiiiiK HiiitiiiKt are arriving, Call and Bee them. 11. C. Kupley. m m Ladiks' underwear at prices that will pay yon to examine. Severance it Son. Kn Gooiien, for the murder of Mar Bhal Coovert at Pinuville, wan Riven a r - life sentence, after three daH. cowardly crime he committed. r the jury had been out Death is too nood for the t to bo utilised. The Water Works will get ita supply from it, which is Mif Anient in volume to furnish Stanford nianu-- f and Rowland, besides any larj-icturiea that may be built here. The fine old spring at Login's fort is IflBt at o A Tub Woody Hros. A N. T. Whittinj,'-ifoConcert and Convention Co. will Kivo n free concert at the Christian church Tuesday night, March ltd. They and are said to bo splendid music-innentertainment. Their give ft objitatin to organize a musical convert thnwro, with all choir singers, instruworkers mental teachers, Sunday-schoothers interested. and Thk citizens of Oarrard heldn meeting at Lancaster, Wednesday, to protest against the proposed consolidation of Garrard and Kockcastle into a legislative district, because thero is no aillnity thd counties, either politically, socially or from ft busiuesastaudpoint, and only ft Rtographical connection of less than one mile. Ono of the resolutions adopted pledges Garrard ngainst any . constitution that contains this consolida-linnstating that no candidate further for State ofllce, who, in any way, assists its passage, will recelvo their support n s first-clas- s ol I T bt-twe- cn Hoiifi: nnd lot on Ijuiciu-te- r street for Tin: two'articlcs of incorporation that sale. Apply to J. A. Carpenter. nppear in this issue show that business l'vu. line of Stibley's, and other is meant in two very important matters mnkcBof ladies', Misses' and children's to Stanford, which is going to take on a new lease of life. It will bo Been that shoes. Severance A Son. the Water Works Co. will also furnish Owi.vo to the fact that the paper was electric lights and make ice if it should up when it was received, we wer.- forced be deemed expedient and profitable. . . to defer Dr. J. T. HoIioii'h letter, much Thain No. !, leaving Cincinnati, at 7 to our regret. i'. m., and train No. 8, leaving BirmingI wii.i. furnish lime at L'o cents a bushham at !l r. m now run through solid el at Stanford, lancate r or anywhere in between these two cities. No change of the neighborhood. I also have a lot of cars for anv class of passengers. Kle brick to sell. Fred Krueger. gant compartment sleeping cars will be C. is Wk have the llnest line of dress goods found on these trains. The 2. it always iu the lead. ever iu this city. Complete line of blackH in all grades; many novelties in Tiik mercury fell ." degrees in a few pattern lengths. Come early and get hours at Kansas City, Tuesday afterchoice. Severance A Son. noon, and Gen. Greely predicted that the cold wave would extend this far, Tiik Lincoln County Teachers' Assoby 8 a. m. yesterday. ' He ciation will meet at the Stanford Baptist reaching here wns right, even to the snowstorm, which church and everybody is invitset iu promptly on time and lasted most ed. Good music will be one of the manil day, without covering the ground, ny interesting features of the evening. which was wet from heavy rains, very Divoiick. Sipure J. S. Murphy htiseu much. Clearing, colder weather is the tereil suit for divorce ngainst Ids wife, al- prediction for to day. leging abandonment for five years. He In the contest at Centre College for says he does not take this hti'ji for t lit for the honor of representing the Colpurpose of marrying again, but simply lege at the oratorical contest to occur at to protect hims'df and heirs. Lexington, April I, A. M. Wilson, of Louisville, was chosen over seven com lr anything would make a mountain He won the Chautauqua jury hang a man it wai thought that the petilors. murder of a woman would. But it prize last year. The judges were Hon. didn't. Jim Howard, a relative of Wils, T. 'A Morrow, of Somerset; Hon. Robert who killed a young girl named Deby Harding, of that city, and Kid. J. U. Bingham iu cold blood in Bell county, Shouse, of Lexington. W. N. Craig, of was let oil' with a life sentence. The this place, was one of the committee. 9 death penalty might as well be revoked, Tiik Biblical puzzle prepared for us by if such crimes as Howard's escape it. Mr. John Bright continues to create interest and the answers are fast climbing Tm: agreement of the city council , with tlm Water Works Co., appears on into hundreds. They come from nearly, as will be seen by recall our lth page. It is a very liberal con tract for the town and the council is to ing the former list and these received he congratulated for entering into an since last ifcstic: Mrs. II. C. Thompson, Providence. arrangement that w ill reijuire no vote and II. Herbert Fish, Concordia, Kas, cause no increase in taxation. The Mrs. James U. Gudgell, New Indecommission of this act wipes out any sin of omission that the council may have pendence, Mo. Mrs. Mary B. Patten, Crab Orchard. been guilty of and we hereby tender A. G. Faulkner, Highland. them the hearty thanks of the citi C. C. McKoberts, Stanford. zens . Mrs. Kute Kirkpatriek, Maywood. Tin: contest over the will of Mrs. MaMrs. S. J. Kinbry, Stanford. ry A., widow of I). L. Stephenson, occuMiss KhhIo Burch, Stanford. pied Judge Varnon's court Tuesday and Mis. B. Patterson, Cleveland, Tenn. itu amusing. iu some respects was J. M. Johnson, Kiugsville. There was less Chan J.r00 involved and Mrs. P. K. Phillips, Monticello. the contest was made by Dave and WilMrs. W. G. Wallace, Dabney. liam Stephenson, because their mother MiH Florence Beck, Stanford. had bewii partial towards three younger .Mrs. W. II. Denton, Stanton. children in making a division of her J. P. Chandler, CrHb Orchard. property. Iu the proofagainst her comO. W. Post, Stanton, Powell Co. petency to make a will was the stateStanford. K. D. ment that Mrs. Stephenson had said that Dr. T. B. Lewis, Stanford. her husband had gone to hell because W. II. Collier, Lancaster. he failed to provide for her as he should Mrs. M. K. Young, McWhorter. by leaving the property to her. There Miss Lillie L. Pettus, Somerset. were numerous speeches made pro and J. F. Young, McWhorter. con ami Col. Hill for the contestants B. Moses, Pittsburg. Mrs. brought tears to the eyes of the judge, Mrs.Sallie Miller, Kansas City, Mo. but that was all. He decided that Mrs. Judge J. M. Phillips, Kansas City, Stephenson was competent to make a Mo. Mrs. J. M. Phillips. Kansas City, Mo. will and ordered it to he probated. John Traylor, Gilbert's Creek. - l. Mrs. LuziuMtiipson, Marksbury. Ciiaiii.ks Hkwitt was lodged in jail Miss Nannie Mcl'arley, Ijiucaster. Monday night for tearing up Jack at Mr. Mrs. J. M. Carter. Moreland. Joe Bout's while drunk. While being Mrs. Lizzie T. Buhou, Hustonville. brought to town he jumped out of the J. T. Bailey, Mitthellsburg. buggy, frightening the horse and causMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ing him to overturn the vehicle and spill the two other occupants. They dually James Burleson obtained license got here with him. hut it was the mud- yesterday to marry Miss Malvina Grif-tidiest party seen in a long time. He both of Highland. Neither has was put in the cell with John Howard, more than dolled their swaddling clothes, one of the Marian outlaws, which ollend-e- their ages being barely 17 each. that individual very much, and he Friends of the winsome little beauty proceeded to show his indignation with are receiving invitations to tho marriage an iron poker on the drunken man. of Miss Maltie McA lister, of Danville, to e Jailer Owens interferred, when the Mr. Willis L. Palmer, at OrlanJo, Fla., sprang nt him and oily desisted where she and her mother, Mrs. Martha when the ollicer's cocked pistol told him McAhster, are spending tiio winter. he had 1:0110 far enough. After being Tlie ceremony will be iu the Methoditt disarmed of the poker he let loose with chinch March lth. his tongue nnd cursed Mr. Owens for It will be a surprise to her friends everything he could think of, threaten- hero to learn that when Miss Sue Helm ing to kill him if ho ever got out. How- left here on the morning of the 17th, osard is a bad man, but he had better not tensibly to go home with Mrs. C. W. go too far with Mr. Owens, or ho will Kremer, they were joined at Junction not live to attend his own trial for mur-de- City by Mr. Horace Brown, of New AlNext morning Hewitt wns lined bany, who had been paying court to fl5 by Judge Burnett and released. Miss Sue for several months, and that they went directly to Louisville nnd Tiik water works proposition is no long- were united in marriage at St. Paul's er problematical. The question is settled Rectory. They then left on n bridal and wo are to have them. A company tour with hut few aware of their composed of Dr. J. F. Peyton, John S. and it was not until their return Hughes, Masterson Peyton, Charles F. on Tuesday that tho real state of ntl'aira Sttirtevant and George W. Sturtevant, wns made "known. They went at onco has contracted witli the city council to to tho hnndsome homo of tho groom's build and operate them free of cost to father, Hon. J. J. Brown, where they the city, except that the city agrees to Mr. wero received in royal style. pay $40 a year each for 30 firo plugs, thu Brown is a banker, besides being conwater from thoni also to be used for street nected with many other public entersprinkling purposes. The company will prises, and is not only very wealthy but also maintain free of charge four public an elegant gentleman. Tho groom is hydrants. The articles of agreement are his only child and is a young man of published iu this issue, including the good habits and great amiability, and maximum water rate that can ho chnrg-e- d will no doubt prove a loving husband. for any class of takers, and it will bo Tiio bride is one of the writers especial seen that the whole thing is very liberal fayorites and is a lovely, handsome and to the city nnd its citizens. The council cultured girl, tit to adorn any station in deserves congratulation for securing so We extend our heartiest congratadvantageous a contract, which, wo ven- life. ulations and wish Mr. nnd Mrs. Brown n ture to say, no other town of is size ever life of contentment and happiness. made. Mr. Georgo W. Sturtevant, Jr., long who, with his brother, has put in Tho floods are doing great damage water, works for forty-tw- o cities, in- along the Ohio and other streams. At cluding their own city of Minneapolis, Cincinnati tho river is stationary with Minn., is a civil nnd hydraulic engineer 57i feet. In Indiana tho big Rochester of much experience, besides being a dam of the Klkhart river was swept of the dam is SilO.OOO clever gentleman. Ho tells us that lie nway. Tho loss the low lands are also nnd farmers in will begin work on tho works within a neavily damaged. In Arizoua, Yuma month and have them in operation at has been inundated siuce Sunday. One life was lost. nt least by August 1. m every-whereBt-ttin, Tin: Clark Cash trial, wo learn from Mr. Armstrong, was postponed until his Sealed biiln return to Dallas and we further hear that School Home will be received for the erection of a in white School No. t Mr. Cash waived an examination, the mile, north of Stanford, until District 7, 1891 , at 1 March o clock m. tor plan and ipecificatient, apply district court being so near at hand. at the office of the County Superintotidant nt Stanford. We rccrv: the right to accept any hid Klven or reject all bid, lor tnmi (JKO A MKNKDICT, Chairman. I'OKIKR ROBINSON', Tru.tee. io-t- To Contractors. SALE OF STOCK AND OTIIEK PERSONALTY. 1 Lot on Main Street in Stanlord Containing Terms easy 1 forsalei acres. will sell at public auctien at my residence on the Middlebur pike, a miles from Hustonville, on T. R. WALTON, Stanford. Friday, March 13th, 1891, My personalty, consisting In Eleven Horses, Including 1 rocka-wa- y 4 Hrood Mares. P. W GREEN, Proprietor. -Horse, phaeton do., 1 yearling filly, Eleven yearling Mules. 4 aged Mules, t Jack, Jennet, 4 good Milk Cows, 40 Hoga, 200 Sheep I have recently taken rhargeor this oo to 400 barrels ol Corn, 30 stacss of Hay, Hotel and intend keeping it it its present high County court da m frjnt ol tho court house in Farming Implements Kitchen Furniture, Arc. standard. Special attention given to the trascllng Stanford Ky , ray Terms:- - All sums, f $10 and under, cash; over Pub"c- that arrount, n credit of 90 days on notes bear151 ing interest and payable ,it the Hustonville Na- First-Class.SampIc tional Hank live miles from Stanford, in the Walnut Flat The Farm of ao acres, nil in nras and to remain neiuhbtirhooil so, will be rented to the highest bidder thu s.tn.e I crrnt made In connection known on day nt njle for particu Also day if not rented priva'tly before lariaddrci I'um I.jjley Sunford. Ky MRS MAGUIE W. CARPENTER ioj id M RS. ANSI K M . I.AS L EV Mid 1 PUBLIC SAIiE. I will rt ol . MYERS XXOITSE, n ell to the highest bidder on .Holiday, April 13, 1891, Farm of Acros, olds and 1 1 Room Pool and Billiard Parlors. U M. R EI D, Clerk 73-- ITotico of Incorporation. hereby given that A. C Sine. John N Joseph Severance I. M Urate, I hom.is I.. Shclton, John A. Allen, J. II, I'axton and their associates have incorporated themselves under the name ol I he Odd Fellows' Hall Association ol Stanford Ky " The object cl tho 1111 orporation is to purchase a Ritt in Stanlord, Ky , anl erect thereon a brick building according plans and specifications as may be agreed on. The authonrod capital stock is$i,ooo, divided into shares ol $100 each and payable in weekly in stallments ol 50 cents mi each share I he corporation shall commence Feb j, 1891, and continue twenty-fivyears. The affairs of the corporation aro to be conduct ed by a Hoard of seven Directors, a President, a Secretary and Treasurer, to be elcctwl annually the first Tuesday in January 'I he highest amount ol indebtedness nr liability to which the corporntion can subject itself is l MciM-ree- "'A W'OI W tN jJ I I Frosh milk Cows for sale apply w Murphy. Stanford. Ky to Notice , -- H".6.RUPLEY,-- tuih e ilitei&ite Is Receiving His FALL AND WINTER GOODS Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. -- I'm vale property of the stockholders shall be from corporate debts. Feb 14,1801. A C. SINK. Give liim a call. 104 m N MKNKFKK, JOSKIMI ShVF.RANCE. 1 M. II RUCK. THUS . SMKI.TON. JOHN A ALI EN, J It lA!ON JOHN FOR 15 DAYS- - Articlcs of Association 8TAMMM) -iiiiiii MY ENTIRE - STOCK OF - mm mm (mi ikiibii 11 mupawv mini 11 Grooerios, Boots, Shoes, Queeasw are, No- We, the undersigned, J F. Pet ton, John S Hughes, Maste'son Peyton Charles F. Stone. sant and George V .Sturtevant, Jr , do associate oursclsr.. together and become an incorporaed owipany pursuant to the prnvisiuns of Chapter 5' . s.rncrai aiaiuies 01 rsintucky. 1. 'I he name of the corporation shall be The Stanford Water Works Company and its general place of transacting business "lull be in the city of Stanford, l.in. oln cnuntv Kentucky. J The gei eral niture of the business of the corf the coiiiru lion nnd poration shall tie a system of Water Works for the supply of water for pay to the city el Stanford and the inhabitants thersof and to the town of Rowland and the inhabitants thereof, a) The construction and maintenance ol a system of gas or electric lights in the city of Stanford and id the town of Row land, and to charge and receive pay far such lights. 3 he manufacture and sale 01 artificial ice. 4 Th acquisition of all such real and personal astute as may be required for conducting the corporation above spe ified j. The capital stock of the association shall be seventy-fivthousand $75,000) dollars, to be divided into sharesofone thousand dollars each, and which is tn be paid to the Treasurer of the Company at such tunes and ill such proportions as shall lie required by thu Hoard of Dioectorsof the Company, 4. The corporation shall commence on the jth day of February 1841, and terminate at the end of fifty jo years Irom that date 1 he affairs ol the Company shall be conducted bva Hoard ol fise Directors, one of whom shall be elected President. The Hoard of Directors shall be elected annually by the shareholders on the first Saturday of August of each year Hut until the first election, the incorporators herein named shall constitute the Directors of the Company. 6 The highest amount of irdebtedness or liability to which the corporation can at any time subject itself shall not exceed fifty thousand Sjo-edollars. and 7. The private property ot incorporators tharrbolders is lobe exempt from corporate debts. hands February 14, 1801. Witness our I F PEVTO.V, J. S HUC.HKS, MASTEKSON PEYTON, CHAS. F. SI't'KTEVANT, 1 mainte-iMtmeo1 e S- o tions, Etc., WILL CO AT COST. Now is your chance. Call and be convinced. IB. IF. ROUT, Portman Block. SPRING GOODS. Our Spring Goods are now coming in and we I have taken charge, et this popular hotel and intend to run it in a first. class manner in every respect. 11 it ucine papcrcu anu paiuieu irom top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and everything done t. make it pleasant and comfort- ,. V .. CM wc ........... auic lur Kucio. t 11c i.uic snail iicvri I. .in a- ed by hotelsin this section. J H.OWENS. -- have received most of our Clothing, Hats, and COMMEMSL HOTEL Men's Furnishing Goods. Kentucky.! You are Harrodsburg, invited to call. Stagg & McRoberts. GKO.W S11R1F.AANT JR Hy Chns. F Sturtevant oi-i- TEE J. II OWENS, Manager, ( I - 9- -" Everything1 for the Orchard, Liwn, Harden Whv not buy direct from the grower, when you 011 will save miin need rees, Plants or Vines ey and eel stock true to name We employ no agents, lint sell direct tc the planter. Millions of our rets. Plants nnd Vines are bearing everywhere in Kentucky and iud!ed by their fruit A Stnwberry and general Nurserv Catalogue on applic-uioII K HI LLBN'MRYKK, to Lexington, Ky 10a im 1 1 d lT!lrTKf, n.uui ut rz! xw ". v. 111 . Sfeif' T.--- - :&. WU B.n"RT u wwirMB KUSM1 UMafcdi Watch Inspector L. & N.. Dealer In. Mar-lanit- " FOE, SALE. Mrs Hannah Fair Ward wishes to sell het sffiSSBBly IB Sy fflRiffi pre pt- - Property at McKiiuicy, Where the Dwelling and ioj-- it post-oflistore-hou- "iPSwflilmS xtin.rw,i:ttzw-fe ttsT" Repairing neatly .and ly done. has been kept until recently. in good repair All Work Warranted. I will fi Fine Watches a Sped: ty. (Stanford, y.) take old gold or silver in exchange ior goods. ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, a. Seventh and Market Streets, Louisville, - - - Kentucky, a. WHAT HAVES YOU OT TO EA'. ?" WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAR Is a question asked the Grocer every day. Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at mnr-riag- e, Having sold out our entire interest In the hotel, on Jefferson street, we have moved to our old stand that vse occupied for years so successfully on Market and Jefferson streets, are now fitting it up in clegantshape, new throughout and the outfit u ill in every way be elegant, including one of -- Hale's Safety Passenger and Hageage Elevators We rant all of with all the late improvements ourold friends to ci.mc and see us in our old home. We promise you that our rooms, table and hervlce shall be second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs Jo II. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all uiir lady friends and she will be glad to see them and give them a hearty reception. Fare $2 per dav. 101 JO. U. ALEXANDER, Manager fj A. A. WAHREiT'S "M03D23I-- GROCER V Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter lkans, Cream Cheese, Mace; Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, J Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and ba N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. ni, ed s, ip s, DIl. I.. R. COOK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Olli.-- c over Mv Residence, James II 0ens properry at the junction ol Hustonville and Danville pikes iow-c- m STANFORD, KY. Roberts' Drugstore Fine and Staple Groeerk CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. Tuff s Pills Is an invaluable remedy SICK HEADACHE, .Flavoring Extracts, Maccaroni, Cheese, Spices, LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, Cur Prunes, Citron, Figs, Raisins, CQSTIVENESS, Parlor and Hall Lamps, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies MALARIA, AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. f TORPID 01 Sugar, Salt, Coffee, Molasses, Tea, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Syrups, Honej Lard, Flour, FARINACEOUS GOODS: Queensware and 1 mware. Sold Everywhere FARRIS c& HARDI3 r- ra" ,., " . ""- in "Wjwptr.-rm"-- " ?3iji2tr-- . - - -- ,t ""7B l;; y 8 -- r. A. S. for tho firsts fivo years after tho samo Hotels, 1 wash basins in office " each additional basiii........ on ly have been comptetcd. After theexpira-tloSURGKO.V DENTIST. . J TO " general faucet Ordinance Relative Thereto. of said five yeais said wtter is to be Hose attachments far sprinkling streets Ollice Jon Main ttreet, over W. II. McKobertt' Ho it ordained by the mayor and city DriiK Store, Stanf.nl, the sprinkling swan aud washing free of cost. The city and the publlsbod Evory Tuesday and Friday council of the city of Stanford, in Lin- furnished sidewalks, steps, windows and fronts of owners of tho buildingsabovo mentioned lots, not exceeding go feet Ironl asid half AT coln county, Kentucky, that Sturtcvant are to pay tho cost of nil plumbing from ........ 5 s ilth street, each SALE. FAUM Hughes and their succes- the street mains into nnd through the Laundries,ofspecial rate per season SG I?Kll YJCVU.IN- ADVANCE Bros., John S. I offer for sale privately my Farm of 83 Acres, sors and assigns nrc hereby granted the buildings. Locoiuotiscs special lutes r rWhen not io paid $2.60 will be charged. Vi ir.lles south exclusive right and privilege of conjm pike. It Lin a of SUnlnrd.ol near the Somerset- , utilisation, all bestate 0. Iu all cases the plumbing from the Lumber ards ee ih? In urats but hlh Mtsit markets 1$ nues; hut all the structing a system of water works for wntor mains or pipes sbnll be paid by K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. buHilini;s,is well watered an u ien en unu a uiir. Motors, special rates city of Stanford, its inhab- the consumers and the grantees or their Olfiie-.-, 3 prons or Ios able place penirnlly Call on or address neat 5 o Train leaves Howtand at 7.00 a. m., returning supplying tho Stanford, Ky. itants and environments with water for successors reserve tho right to " each atitllliotmt pmoii ...... G. A l'KYTON. Ji .t 3 M fire protection, Hushing gutters and sew- such plumbers ns may bo competent to l'onltry hutv LOCALTIME CARD. .. 5 ee manufacturing and domestic do said plumbing without injury to the I 11 30 pm ers and for Mill train going North Printing I'flices, em4.yins; 3 persons or Us S 31 m purposes and for sprinkling htrects, for a aouin water company or the consumer nnd all " each additional uerson, .... pm ..... 1139 Express train" South '.. North .. - in am a period of 0 years from the passage of tapping of mains shall bo done under racking houses, special rut4 Hullcliuj; XolH .650 am this ordinance. Local Freight North 6 on .. regulations of the water Restaurants tho rules and stapm South. ., In (lie corporate limits ol Rowland. . Halite boilers Be it further ordained that Ptrutevant company. The latter train also carry paf engcrs. groceries, drj Kds, millinery, lurd- 8 II J DAKsT, Rowland. store, The above is calculated on standard time. Solar Bros., John S. Hughes, their successors 7. Should the city of Stanford conclude sJfjJBJ S --... uare and Knot, iish-- s t taucet time it about 90 minutes fatter and assigns are hereby granted the priv- to fui nish water to iLs pauper inhabi- Stores, ach addition l f.iueil.. I 00 Ilatlncrcm ve i.iy Ibrber hop t the om ilege of laying mains and pipes through tants then and in that vent the grantees Schools other tlwn lnirliHkHK M'tcsul OR menial lloti lam prbp..rdl3 u. uirni date la rates all streets, alleys, ways and public their successors and assigns do hereby dies as will at k il!r en in anytliiiii; they may wish ray line Clul'ren nl,. wa.inl mi (.ail . of Stanford as they agree to furnish water to said paupers Soap factories, special rates squares of flie city ii im IIIOMl'SOV, Saloons in tw The Very Desirable Residence i I11C men in ll'.irl. now exist or may hereafter be extended. for said city by running a service pipe Stables, prtsute, ne hurt T eww , fractsMtHii; 1 cm Danville ttreet And lhe house w SROYALMIMJ And for the purpose- of laying said into the parts of Niitl city where said . 1 H bwi;Krush .. good tenair and tontams 5 rooms The )nrt is " each additional hnrsc nr w...... . uIIIhI anj altogclhvr large and mnins and pipes said Strutevnnt Bros , paupers live aud furnish said water at or (etl, t hrsM John S. Hughes, their successors and as- the rate often cents per thousand gal- Stables, livery, sale buggy wa)t fw siiiWer h Tho Plnco is ono of tho Most morr, including 2 Houses and Lots in KcKinney, may lons said water to be measured by a signs (hereafter called tho grantees) tfiil in Town. only t Ihith det ral.ie honi's excavations in said metre to be furnished by said water Stock sard, specul rates make neccessary ni information and Will WI r rent m easy l.rws tMn.., ailrire.s . c MISS MARV K VARNONj streets, alleys, ways and public squares, company, and the city hereby binds it- Slaughter houses MRs SfslK ADAMS. i KtU .tt StHlrd, Ky. provided however that in making said self, its successors and its assigns to pass UiHtaK public, clml( A and wlw ,tourt. i' ', Witt Mim "trtft. .. J lilt; hou, 9A.1i ctmittnn. Kv excavations and laying said pipe the and execute all ordinances necessary to 1'rln.L. in banks, oews, in private bMtstt grantees will use tho necessary care and prevent the waste of water at the public ...... JK and SUK.S precaution to prevent damage or injury fountains and in the buildings herein Water closets, pttMfcai! s4f .ctatsng, rt s bMl to life or propeity and the grantees here mentioned and no water for private J public each addltMB.l bol I bsvo nsiHihtd my sw Mill an live S .mer by bind themselves, their successors and consumption to be taken from said Wash bfcins,utiiicry, prlvat,e4fksif: J H set iike, 7 miles tioot Stan l.'td and an- prfpmd tnfurhi.hait) kind of I.LMHkR. SHIM. I assigns to hold the city of Stanford public fountains nor from the public Ware houxn j will sell the Kim Ac , al I.(VKSt I'RIIKS. SIKTKR KATFt: AT harmless from any damage or injury of buildings herein mentioned. berat the mill or 4vtn.r, to uit pufrbers C.ive MA U(M)I), K mea umI. se any kind or description which may be ' S. Should the city of Stanford at any Less ttwn joo galUus por day, j.cr to Cut. will rteiiver mwI ibe.inut sbii ilcs at Stan " 3H le " ford or How land t t ir.M. of caused by the negligence or carelessness time after the expiration of three years Highest A cream ol tarter Inking nowder " " A II. HAS I IN 300 to 000 'c Al. V. KLKIN & CO.'S, all in leavening strength. U. 3. uovcrnmer.i e of said grantees. I. I. K desire to purchase said system of water t.OM to 4,.K) port Aug. 17, 1839. c " " 2. lie it further ordained that for and works, the grantees, their successors and Allov( 4.""" " Ky. HJ. .id city may have the right to in consideration of tho tire protection assigns do hereby bind themselves to C. and the many healthful benefits to said sell nnd convey slid works to said city use sHid public hvdrauts for street Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ot of Bluo-Gratubiect to the will of the Democratic party city and its inhabitants arising from and on the following terms and conditions: sprinkling tinting the warm mouths Farm For Sale Co. A growing out of the construction and op- First, the city of Stanford is to give said the year, or during a period not to exR. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. eration of said system of water works, water company 00 days written notice of ceed one hour per day for tl months per OF STANFORD, KY , I offer nr ! privately the llsnry Hosier farm said city of Stanford, contracting by and its intention and desire to purchase said year, ami all of said prinkliug in the o( 60 acre. KKiriy all ikK bottom land , l aires Is now fully organucd and read) far bmcs with DENTIST. in shul , the Uslame in jirsas, for public purjMwes and hi.a through its mayor and city council with works. d. The consideration for said streets shall be 1 Office on Main street, opposite I'ortinan House, tho grantees, does hereby rent from the works shall be paid iu cash. ."d. The conducted by regulations hereafter to be Paid up Capital of Is gmxl re $200,000. Mlr.he dwrlllaf ahat ni ruosnt amiwsU, In(he ur.h-rup ttalrs. Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless I'hwe is M barsi, ctd grantees, their successors and assigns Itt) price of said system of water works made by said grantees, and all of said o .. ,. extracting, and nr.i'Cla.t festcing u IhepUcr. 15,000. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. double nozzle fire hydrants of approved with it nii.rtv'iiiiil nrivileL.es hIi.iII iw.isprinkhng to be done under direct Terms nr-kalf 11 and cash Halanci. l! design, so constructed as to lit proper fixed by three disinterested appraise' s, 1'1"1:,, of ll, ',"t', ' '))lk'' of Wli'1 months ISmmmmoh to be given Iteb. 1, itvi SUCCIXSOU u. nill LINCOLN nationai DR. W. 13. RANK OF SiAMOlU), "",l pens 01 same pain base connections for a period of .'50 years one to be chosen by the water company, 01 Applr to me or my agent, V A Tribble, at from tho time tho water works system is one by the city of Stanford ami one bv for '0' ntl "'t y buIumtiHioii (Now closing up) with the same atteit and under Stanford, Ky. J K J'hi ION M I) the same ma Ha ft ment completed and as compensation for the said two appraisers jointly, ami when f1. ,I,,,I w"V'r l,TlV,,e l,,l,M"a- , lly provisions of it. ctuittr, detioMtssrt sre at Office South side Mam street, in office recently use of said 30 hydrants nnd tho water said price is fixed the same shall be ini- ' ",'d " vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. r..iiti 10 I,o n.iiil tor bemg T'.j pain lunkt, n m.11 therefrom, tho city of Stanford does mediately paid by said city to the gran-- , nntiersiooti for the originalin 10 hvdrauts. lubieto its shareholders arwmi.t of individstaiw rinrNT 11 si I IIIrnlD.i I fuA their "sklJ-IWtb ttetoi the by said city ' ' hereby bind itself, its successors ami as- tees, their successorsand assigns ami all 31. BRUCE, i:J. H at any time the water works are f,dL7 ?A signs to pay to the grantees, their succes- the nronertv and nrivileires of said water 01U 0I ortier auer ten tiajs notice ot tin fIKllw adwinntraior, irust. Ac, as fully as OF STANFORD, KY sors and assigns tho sum of $1,200, company be turned over to and placed inatlenuate suppiv uie water re nun mr an inoivmnaiwho , Wjshall lTj.tboje rivnt w dy twelve hundred dollars) per year, pay- in possession Of Saitl City. cease Ulltll the Works are lep.lired atlll Stanford, we we here tederor manv thanks and Capital STANFORD. KY. S2CO.OOO able annually on the first day of July of ihnr su.w 9. The 'rantees. their successors and the supply restored ns specified in this irss.t they will iontic to atieo- w"h . eriiig as a cuanwtec lor SFEC1A1. AT TEN HON t COMMERCIAL each and IG,DOO eveiy year for the aforesaid pe- assigns are hereby granted the right to I'oiitruit. Tlw. grant 's,tiieirsucu.SHors ,n Surplus a iaBM.,,ur twmmt ,MM. 1oh travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. and assigns hereby bind themselves to busking andas hnrl...imtiuuo. a. reeo- riod of DO yeai8, to the order of the gran- form a water company tinder the ii Only hones ind vehicles used in livery omplete said system of water works on tssient n nmd bankinx tees, at tho First National Bank of Stan- the State of Kentucky nnd to assign to AtUHlmn of the public s invilrd to tho fa. t 0r before the first dav of Augiisl, IMH. that this it the nssly Nnifrnstal Hank in sunt ni ford, and should the city of Stanford 8 tid water company all of the rights anil J J Withams, Mt. Venssm, He it further onlnim'tl that all Umltr the Hassvsstoss of th Nailonal llank A,i dnsmiiwes are .mif4 wh only by the isoiui J. M. UaI, SmssWd; THE SHELTON HOUSE its successors and assigus need and regranted to them under this dinames in conllictwith this ordinm.ee .. sacs, nut HT me .loclttotdeis liability lor ar ; I,...,l,. V.l.i.tll !,. J. S. Owsloy, ...1 ... IC Ikl'liu quire said grantees to put in additional ordinance and the contract made herein imw esfat to the tlosk, to that dpn.it rs of S J. Vlsnbry, SistssVrd ; I). W. Vaniikvkkk, Mayor. this tutlllMtKxt ar. te.ured by a funcl.'fJiv J. H GKEER. Proprlotor. hydrants on said mains or the extensions shall be the contract between said city live sworn statements of thecostdiiioo of the mi ,. J. K. I.jms, Ssjinltrd; ar uatlerach )rr to the Unite J btatet govern thereof, said additional hydrants up to antl saitl water company anil continue in A. W. CarMir, MINwUgosiRe; - Tho Ptnout on Earth. mstit and tit assets arc esnotined at tae; ,mr i J. K. Ilaughowa, llvtstosisslle; by government agent, ihn. securing aldiutonal the number of 50 shall b9 paid for by full fotce ami efiect for the u foresaid peThe Cincinnati, Hamilton ,V Dayton R R is s iccommoditio.-.s at reasonable rates. and prl t 'Iy to depoHiors. J P. Ctrtli, Stanford ; the only line running Pullman's I'erlected Safety'' of $',o, per hydrant riod of :0 years. And said grantees, Vestibuled rains, with Chair Tailor slooping OpenIy and night. Sample room and good lis try said city at tho rato This inslitMttofi, originally estoblMied as the WiMttvm tIKh, Stanford. Ky fka ..! M.r lixlu wis . in conilcctlor. Drp.Mil Hank of Man lord In then remrgan usa tv per year, said rental to be pajtl at the their successois nnd usigns shall have 1IIU fill III f.m r. r taM and auin fw... line rstn- Swanks, 1'rondiMit S. II. sscd as the Nats, nal Hank nt Sunford im iht an.' dianatolls and Chirago is the only orgnnitiwl a. the Klr.t Natsooal Hank ot same time nnd place as the rental above the right to mortgage and bond nil of its ling llirouitn Ktcuning s.nair car. imi v.in '' J B. Owsley, CasMtr III. Sleeping nn na iai any u unillicr ' w,,1" ,w W. M. kiiik, iwxr mentioned. No extension of said mains properties and privileges provided it c nnati, Keokuktoand Springfield, theand Is Mis r supplied twined itsistencoof jo year. Cir Cincinnati Maiklnaw; and J II UiuchraJH. Ceneral now with lacililtos for Uhm tmgbiiMesprMnpi- one tire hydrant should become necessary for the comOnly Dlroct Lino Having leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer shall be made unless ly awl ItbernHy than vnr ixfucln it. I.g and Cincinnati, Dayton Lima, Toledo, De-- j my NEW STAI5LK 011 Lancaster street for rent (to be paid for by the city of Stanford; pletion of said water works. nSHwrablcsarosr Aicounlt .if corpora tiiit. filu troit. the Lake Region's and Canada. It has ten large '.ox Stalls and K the very best curws, firms and individuals respectfully soln 100 feet of said extenThe road is ne of the oldest 1H the State ot place in the county for a Ja.k and Horse stand for be placed on each 10. Be it further ordained that the 'ted Ohioand lhe onl) line entering Cincinnati ever aj the comm; season A large cistern at the door sion, nnd should said additional hydrants I he Directory ttf this Hank city of Stanford through its proper offi- miles of doul'le track, and from its past record can isom.ed el CrN on or address I Poster, of Siaofcril; f A. T. NUNNHLLEY. Stanford exceed tho number of 50 then and in cers will from time to time pass ami exe- more than assure its patrons speed, comfort and Vorcstut K,l, Limrdaefssmty safety J W. Ilaydoti, Stanfwd; that event said additional hydrants over cute nil such ordinances and laws as Ticket, on sale everywhere, and ec that they S II llawkmao. Ltacolss,' &li, cither or out sf Cincinnati, .")0 shall be paid for by said city at the SSTjSXX may becoino necessary to enforce tho rraitC.lt or Toledo. in Indianapolis .M.J Miller, Ml Verwnt S T Harris l.lnoolui K. O McCOR.MICK. s rate of $M per year. After tho excava-tioti- proper rules of said water company nnd Decker SuJsmt; Oeneral Passenger and Tuket Agent have been made to protect all of the properties of said O. A. lacker, Llaooln; above mentioned I am vsill p'epired to bore wells and will do the T. P. lliri,SUnford, work in Kiwd i'au ier and prampuy Bucklen s Arnica Snlvc and the mains and pipes have been laid, company. And the grantees, their sue-W. Q Wrfch. Stanford The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, 4 W. P. Tain, Stanfuii the grantees hereby bind themselves, cessois At One Dollar a Foot. agree nnd satc,, ui, ,, ,Au rr)euin, foser sores, tetter, assigns OFPICKRS: Call on or addn.3 at IrLint. td, Kentuiky. Vj' ""'; their successors aud assigns to leave said '" sMlbjams, d,f" payreqmr themselves to make all necessaiy tlons '""'h J s piles, l'ri4Fii: L.T SMITH jilt , streets, alleys and ways in substantially rules ailtl regulations ami 10 UIKO till eu. it is guaranteed to iv pcrien John J Mc Robert., Cashier; A A MrKitinev, Assistant Cashier bo I'rico a cents or money retunded as good condition as they wero beforu necessary care and precaution for the iorwiebyA k I'cnnv, buuiord. Ky. sr said excavations were made. During preservation of tho wholesomeness mid J ' Guaranteed Cure for La Grlppo. tho coubtiuctiou of said water works and puritv of tho water supply and to servo .". :. autliorire our the laying of said pipes and mains the the City Of Stanford, ItH inhabitants lUld DrWe K.ngN New advertised druggist to sell you Discovery for Consumption. grantees bind themselves, their succes- environments at all times during Bai.1 Cou Newport New. ,V Mi mh.j iu Valley 3 , "I D. sors and assigns to take duo care of all period of 150 years BO as to protect til" edy aciorillng to directions. Riving it a fairtrnl TnC GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Solid Voslibulrd Trains to no benefit, sou mav return the hot- ' excHwttions nnd protect tiie same by property of said city nnd its inhabitants. and ,nouVy relulllie,i vv make h""e Philadoiphla- wonderful proper signals and lights. Tl, following tanll of rates for ,t... this offer because of tho during last successofDr , Now York, 11. mood's epi-tsaau talkrx t3.isnid suslIhuusI K,s-of suffi- USe Of Water through tho Water WOrks dmic New intcoverr no casi. in whi.h it failed. It.. The water mains shall b Have heard of s All points Katt and Smitlieasi SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, A R 1'enny drug Fry It Trial bottles freo at , Only one night out Irons Lexington, cient size to furnish an adequate supply System Ol tlie City Ol aiauiortl,, ,, rvV., IO ttore I argc sire $oc anil Si. SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, ic. The M.uut lsLaiovr.it fills a long felt of water to the city of Stanford, its en- private citizens ami corporations is Corrected Time. Card in F.ffect Jan 4, 1S01 want with owner of IIirosor .Mules PP.iCC DO CENTS. Good Looks. vironments and inhabitants and to throw hereby established as annual rates, to fait rast.Maili Acrom. Good looks arc more than skin deep, depending t Send thrco stamps for freo sample with Warts, Knots, llnuses, Cuts, KAST HOUND. Kxpress. Daily Daily tno streams of water through 100 feet'of wit: upon a healthy condition of all the vital erguna. Il bos and book. Kx S'un.JKx. Sun la lly Strains, Sjimiio, Old Sores, Barb Wire the liver be inactive ou have a bilious look, il 2J inch smooth rubber hose, with one Hanks ou have a dytprpuc no your stomal h be disordered f i Lvc Stanford. , 11 so n'n Cuts, etc. It iiiiikoH no diirerunce J 11 am 11 jo n'n S oo look and if ourkidneys be afTerud yon havo a inch ring nozzle to a height of 100 feet Hskvnes " LesingtrHt.. 6 to pm 40 am, s at pm u Jl m K Urn Sit! (Tn BIB M how long the knot has been there, or inched look iecure your health and you will " Winchester 6 5 pm 11 4J pm 4 ou R asi- good looks. 011 Main street opposite the public Iiarbtr shops, one chair J5 Im Klectric Hitters is the great " K. U. Junctian. how hard it is, (if it is not of the " additional chair am ami innir. acts directly on these vital or " Mt bterllng. ..., ; 70 pm 25 pin 7 30 pm minute. When tho works are completed Hath Cures pimpjrs, blotcbes. boils and giics a 8 00 gans Msrehead house one tub ...pm 41 pm bone.i we will take it oil" on the "MO good complexion Sold at A. R. Penny's drug and the test made and tho capacity Olive Hill a 00 " 9 oj pm 3 JJ pm 10 is am additional tub ABSOLUTELY PURE,. CURE, K0 PAY" plnn. store, jo cents per Utile Iu removing " AshUnd to 30 pin 3 iS pm found to comply with the foregoing con- Hath private 5 00 " Catlelisburg 10 a j pin J 50 pm the knot the hair comes off, antl the FOit MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, ditions, tho hydrant rental, provided for Hlacksmith's shop, first fire " Huntlngtnn . 3 coJ 11 o; pin 6 35 pm Miles' Norvo and Liver Pills place Incomes very sore; when you " each additional fire 50 AND NURSERY PURPOSES. Acton a new principle regulating the liver, in the second section of thiB ordinance, Hoarding house, tix rooms or less.1 WKST HOUND. A new 10 uo stomach and bowels through the nerves. stop lining it, tho hair comas back its 5?AK-0I- L CO., shall begin on the day the test is made Chicago, Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliouv ' each additional room. jo discovery original color, and not a trace of the ress, had tsste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. of Iijardins schools 10 00 Lve. Huntington. 10 pm 6 00 run UnP4ualfd for men, women, childrtm. Smalle.t, Forsyte by A P. Pinny and M. L, Bourne, and continue for tho aforesaid period knot is left. For plan of insurance, " Cailcttsbtirg persons or lost 5 00 mil(Ut, surest so doses 35 cents. Samples free 9 pm 6 5 am 30 years. All hydrant rental and witter Hook biuderici, employing 10 Stanf r. " Ashland pm o 3S am 4 etc., call at the undersigned druggist's, each additional person. " 35 at A. It Penny's, Stanford " Olivo HIM a pm S 47 rate contracted for by said city of Stan3 4S m " Ml. Sterling .. 4 58 pm 10 s UDl 6 2 am oo and bring your animal with you. Milliard rooms am J .Trarsc-lonford to be paid to the granteesor to their Howling alleys " Winchter. JKniluriiiice. pm tl 15 nm 7 15 am ou S 5 For ale by W li McRohcrts, druggist, Stan- "I pm la 4t pm 8 10 nm f 1.11 pur'unnril by tho Tto siht aim. ? successors or to tho order of tho grantees Huilding purposes for 1,000 brick, ford, Louisville... llCAIi 'II Pi- p ul tlw SUfl a m ml rli n and mortar 15 tillort v.llhl wo their succesors and assigns at the First r.il r Ki.ijwii. it b la tMKilfiuii t :i 'tin ruin of 95 lOOOXHIr.ii-too square yards plastering Limited Vestibuled Kxpresa runs dally und atiu fnrtV'S tl, National Bank of Stanford. ,1.. wl.ii In- - I umliMsMllillfh unit " r'1",W",,,.u,ea !.""?! Sl,,el'' I'ctween Lo" 10 HIS inl.i-i perch stone x cubic ftety... " 5 1S0.MI irnl"' !t i urn tlmi" No uonilor Should the grantees, their successois No permit granted for less than $1. nre so iun Koart Folltiroa. 'ii' nrtt 01 the "'Ue "" pwww or assigns fail at any time for a period of llrlck yards, for every thousand brick manceleb,, symploins irn sit.i it. s hi' i.i uluncxui-olMti- . pul-- i ri ilicl'iH st Jintii-Ii- Ilutterlltg, 10 ufactured an adequate supfive months to furnish V. . foilmv cluililn't In tir(,u',iti r.'iit on I,.. nri, uuuiifion on I lie u. ,V O. Route anlio, ply of good, wholesomo water to said Carriage shops, other than blacksmiths' .... 5 00 IninKrv or tn'li r "sf n l s"l'' n CUIttt In ":: Mail trains run daily Creainenes, special rates KhW lis. HIT rast ctf. Dr. I r.mls In excpt Sunday be CONSUMPTION tween Lexiiigtou nnd llunnn.o,, ...... .(.... city and its inhabitants with the pres- Candy factories, 10 persons or less Si.lil by A. it. IVnny. 600 the only r. i. rect K.w.,, connection at Huntington with C..VO.: at Ash fifty tij.i.irit:i4 a Rjty. sure herein provided for, then nnd iu Cigar factories, 10 persons or i 5 00 SCROFULA land with S. V. R : at Winche.ter with k C. K IlndMrn II A. Onr.ln 1. of Visum, L11I..IU01 K. that event (upon DO days' written no- Confectionery, or ice cream, special rates... BRONCHITIS .. north amia.south bound, and at Lexington with would liui'u i. o hliM t'Vts spuus been EMULSION COUGHS .1., u. aim y . N. O. ,v T. P. Railroads. j 00 two tliiMis.iMil grantees, their successors Dentists' oifices thllllgllt Id bo Sill) fU'il tice to said Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily 6 jo Drugstores Mibjoet to ;iiii)js i,iisliittlwn. htm.bichi'H, hi except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and COLDS and assigns) the contract herein contain, Dwelling house 0110 family with ft room d'.r. Irorn K. C points and nt Lcxingtor.svith I.. S R. 5W Afly now. bi.ckaiw c. pnlpit.il on a.nl fory to CURES asssww lon tri'nt "Wasting Eicoaseo R for Louisville imu ti hi T ott.'h vuviiiifwithout sue cash additional room. ed sbnll at tho pleasure of the city of " 50 eit For full information in rrgard to rates, routes, j "igln phshirt.n. 'Jfor ,ir. ouu noiiiu Tr Dying and scouring 10 eo ce?s. bii Stanford becoino null and void. iis otirvii hi Ac .apply to any agent of tins or connecting lines A trial Depots, railways, each faucet or to j 00 of Dr. Mllou' IlLSInrul re Nentu.Olit'iia. bot- Wonderful Flosh P'oducor. 5. The grantees, their successors and mill tt tle of this now unit u.'Milur.til 11. h. HUNTINGTON, C L. IIROU'N. . .. Rating houses, special rates IMnny Jmvo gninod ouo jsound finely tliustiatcil tr.mlNa Miit A. It. I'cnny s V P, and O M , assigns hereby agree and bind them- Elevators, special rules..,., G. P. A., l)ru; Stotii, who ivosiiiimumls unit i;u,itatilcos per tiny by itfl uso. YOU WANT Ky. Lexington, IP selves to furnish to said city, water for Engines, power or less G W.IIARNKV, is ers IU HARRISON, Scott'a Emulsion is not a sccrot M . Lexington, Ky T, I'. A., Ashland, Ky " each additional herse power two drinking fountains for man and 50 romody. It coutainH tho stitnulnt-in- g ' inch orifice 7 hours per day 10 00 "Fountain, beast and for one ornamental to be lo AND A HAPPY COOK, U.E inch, speFountains larger or si jailer than proportioH of tho Ilypophos-pliitecated along the lines of mains as the cial rates and puro Norwegian Cod council may direct and to the Fountains, small, In buildings When Baby ras sick, wo gaTO her Castorlo. 5 00 This notice forewarm humeri, fishermen and Livor Oil, tho potoncy of both to on our lands proper and all tho churches along the Foundencs and machine shops, special rates per. When she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. being lnrgoly incronsoil. It is used othert not alltrespasswill bo prosecutedwithout full, mission, at such to the S co lines of mains in said city and as com- Flouring mills, one faucet est extent or lhe law. Signed: MADE DY When she became Miss, sho clung to Castoria. all ovor tho world. by l'liyBiciftua M C. RF.YNOLDS. pensation for said water tho city of Gas works, special rates I. S. Plin.r tno When sho had Children, sho garo them CastorU. Green houses and gardens 15 00 M"' AL,CE,; "AUOIIMAN. ' i 'IKS,, LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS PALATABLE AS MILK. Stanford will pay to said grantees, their Green houses and gardens private,, . : . If pnnnvii $ 00 A.COFFIiV Mrs. M A .MARTIN 8 00 Sold by all successors and assigns amounts cuual to Halls aud theatres...... COMPANY, ROHEKT HARNETT. J.r., iiKUUfc, - ........ 5 tho city tax levied on said water work64 Hotels, drinking fountains COTT.BOWNE,Chsmlat8.N.Y. J W. P. GRIMES. Semi-Week- Interior Journr WATER WORKS. I n r!flffi& PRICE, du-ri- - FOR 1 Ut : ncci-war- . tl i.j.j 99-i- m tlmmsi v ,, 1 -PEffliMswh-- Ijfil'llJ' l'hot.-grap- 1 1 For Sal Twenty FOR SALE RENT. C I 111 111 111 1 FOESALE, I I Do-liK- AKlHC I Ciisi: .STEW POWDER Absolutely Pure Paid For Hides and Fur, SAW MTXIi. r, im-- I I 1 41-i- y RICHARD WARREN Kcn-uck- Stanford, A Special Barg'sOin. sa y, Farmers Bank&Trnst -- PENNY, Dentist. l)-- v ''. "' ni j.., d -O- 111 ci-- v - A. f o I ' 1 ! j I. vm, nrt-clai- mmm rails, H! V rinn si KiNK Drtn l J" ' ' I tratt Stock. .....,' ',.,,.,., IIIKS-IIO- j 1 Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. j I o. . . " t, 'mr-llial- vi.-t- f j ij, 111 FOB. TUSITT. I ; 1 1 Hook-Keepe- r i fl Iletw-ee- i i L F. OANTER S 77-t- J bohibtg .1 1115 ..... ... MAGIC .. 1 chap-bin- d nt.my f Lii! , sauna-110- jr j j OLD KY. ROUTE C a "tZSITT "CTi two-cen- - , t Washington, uammoro, 1 ri 1 - 1 li ! 1 UI I 1 I 1 1 s I i an. 1 111 c 1 1 - 11 H -- I s ) . 1 tht-r- CREAM " 11. . HfHiT -J- US-pm. JH 11 I A P- - ili'-.- i I I F. F. . M.i-n- m.-il- lc-- SCOTT'S -- jt-ir- s (1 li- - T.irerNOTrw v 1 11 1 111 51. GOOD BREAD H CREAM FLOUR court-hous- e POSTED. 1 V it ". J. ni Iiruggll. ..-- LEXINGTON, KY. klJ