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Stanford, Ky., - -. - April 12, 1887
E, o,-"WALTON, - Business Managor.
t.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD.
tf all train alB( North.,
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TktftoTeU catoalated on Bolar
Ii about SO mlontM taaUr
A. ft Z0C4L rVf (Mflfl.
Tralne Irate Rowland its and 7:13 a. m.
Upturning, airlvaal (and I:Mp,k,
LANDiirrit'd Garden Seed at Penny A
A TOLL line of flihioR tackle of til kinds
at Penny A
ABKyour grocer for the Cincinnati Ba
king Oo.'ii crackrr end cake.
W ATcnra and Jewelry repaired on abor
notice and warranted by Penny A McAlls
Btandakd ready mlzed paint; quality
and durability uaranleed at McKjberta A
Huntt.iw, Attention. Loaded Cart
ridge, all i" of ahot, at Penny A Mo
A oojtri.KTn atock of jewelry, Intent
ityle. Kockford walrhea n upecialty. Pen
ay A McAllMcr.
Mim V, C. 1a vUltlnc
parents at Vifrnalllea.
Alii. H. I, Powkiw left for New York
Friday to buy good.
MihhMattie Dex.ny, of Uirrard, la
with relntiTt at Hon. (1. A. Lackey',
V A. Moiikow, Ki , a brilliant younp
Mackatone from Somerset, was hero lad
Mn, ani Mm V. T. RoVAi.tr, of
Middleburg, were flailing friend here Saturday.
Mm P. K, Lackev, of Gallatin, Tenn.,
waa here Tallinn hi ptrcnl. Mr. anJ Mr.
V. M Lvkny
Mttyrjt Lucy Tate and Annie Shanka
are up from l)auhlert' College, looking
well and happy.
Mil. ank Mn. J 0. Owens were down
toaeeMr, Sjc 0eu Sunday and report
that he 1" much better.
Dr. Ed ALCohn and wife, of Huston
tllle, were in town yeaterdty, the gueat of
her aliter, Mr. W. F. McKinney.
Misa Sue Bcchaxan, of Crab Orchard,
and Mr. Thointa G. McIWaln, of the Carlisle
Mercury, are vUltlng Ulaa Haggle
JpdoeJ. 8. Kikdrick and wife, of
Bomtraet, epent Friday with their daughter,
Mre. J. W. Alcorn, en rout to Judge
Mn J. A. Mooke, the Ktns'a Mono,
tain real eetata agent, tell ui he I doing a
thrifine buiinw aod ha option on aeTeral
Mr S M. WiLuitE, of Loulirille,
case up to leMifr in the II ink c&m agtinit
Hubble, A Stm la a general farorite here
and the boy and girl were delighted to
hare him with Ihtm again.
Mim Cahhie Fields, of Danville,
gave a moat interesting exhibition of her
power a a mind reader on Monday evening
at the resilience of Dr. U V. William
in thi Capital.
Miw Will R. Wim.uh3 ha sold hor
leae of the Ficklln to Newt
Clark. Mrs. Williams will more to Junction
City, while her huebind will traTel
for the Wood Twine Hinder. Pari Newe.
Mn. GeonoE P. Bnroirr teem i to have
recovered ftotu hi lato aberration of mind
and I attending to bis bainea ai usual.
The doctor attribute hi singular caper to
a morbid elate of the brain in sympathy
with a bully diseased stomach.
In repon3 to an invitation of the
Danville Lodge of Mason, the following
from Stanford attended the funeral of Judge
Fox at Danville: Worshipful Muter H.
J. Darat, Judge T. W. Varnon, Smith Irwin,
M F llulet, and others.
Mifls Ida PncwrrTE I on a v'e'.t to
her relative, Mrs. W. P. Tate. She ii slow,
ly regaining her health, but aa she ii Mill
Unable to attend to ber duliee at the College,
she has resigned from the faculty.
Mis Betsey Pennington is filling her position
Mn. II. C Unioiit.of 8pringfield, Mo,
waa here Friday and Saturday, called
thither to testify in a bank suit. He was
looking a natural as life and hi friend
were much pleased to hear that he is doing
well in hi new home. The wife and babies
are well and the latter especially lively
At Warsaw, whore Mra. Lula Nield
baa been uigiut the cause of prohibition,
the people presented her, in testimony of
their great esteem for her and appreciation
for her service, the complete works of
Dickens and adopted highly eulogistic resolutions,
giving her the credit for the
succeea of the temperance work in that city.
Don't fail to call and see my new spring
stock. 8. II. Shank.
New lot of 8pring goods just received
nd examine. 8. II. Shanks.
brought to this city.
of dress goods ever
Owsley & Craig.
The roller maohlnery of the Stanford
Mill" is arr'tlng and will be put in position
IB fast as possible.
The wife of Bamuel Hill, of Bowling
Green, eon of Thomas D. Hill, of this
died last week.
A NICE little hop in honor of the
and other visiting lallea and en.
tlemen wai t;lven at Owsley Hall Friday
Twenty mve cord of Bne fire wood for
sale. f John Bright, Stanford. 3t
Everybody come and examine our $3
gent's aboei. Owsley A Craig,
Garden Seed3 of every description at
A. A Warren' Model Grocery.
Wanted. Matron for Stanford Female
College, next session. Must haye experience
and bring in patronage. Alex 8. Faxon.
m i i m i
Says Dr. Alcorn In the Danville
wit: Our people will support Dr. Petto,
of Crab Orchard, for our next represenfa
live against any man who may offer,
Nd man is a greater believer in tbe effi
cacy of printer' ink than Col. D.G.SIaugh
ter, ThI office has uat turned out jobs
for hi in aggregating 20,000 Imprereioni and
still there' more to follow.
The Philadelphia Clothing Agency of
John II. Craig A Co. offers to the trade 200
linrn of children's and boys' suit; iz. nnd
age 3 tn!5vers. Knee tronser 8 to 17
years three garments. Also men's extra
Oun builder may be interested in the
fact that bids are desired by David Martin,
commissioner, at Hindman, for the build
ing of a brick clerk'i office,
he for the new county of Rnoit. The
work will be let June 0,
Tin: L. A N. Is preparing for a change In
rchrdnlc ind In the rules for rutining
trains nnd Ifns cillci in all the chief ilii
pMchem for consultation next Munday.
Cipt. Frank Harris will leave for head
quarters Saturday night.
Jr is r.mlr a county Is so fortunate in
her leaislatlvo apirants as lbyle. Either
of the three candidates would haye made
a cood renrcrcntatiye. the one chosen as
good at the bet of them. Now let the people
see to it, as they no doubt will, thit W.
J. Lyle is elected by the large msjorlty he
There are some yery freh postal clerks
in tbe they seem to think it is
their duty to delay Instead of giving mail
matter alt possible dispatch. Toe other
day one returned our package of pipsrs
for KstiM City which our clerk had care-
lessy added MKy." to instead of "Mo,"
with "no such office in Slate named," when
anybody could have teen the evident error.
There it a prospect that Mr. Huntington's
calculations to gobble up the Kentucky
Central at its sale on the 21st, will
be interfered with. Tbe Richmond Terminal,
which already owns tbe Eist
Virginia h Georgia, will (enter the
oonUat for it, it 1 said, In order to eecura
an entrance to Cincinnati and a Northern
Casey County baa at last had a hanging
and while it was done by order of Judge
Lynch, it was much better than no hanging
at all. A miserable hound caught in
the act of billing aheep was taken by the
Irate citiuns of Liberty and with a much
solemnity as could be commanded under
tbe circumstance, a rope was put around
hi neck, the victim led to a convenient
tree and in the presence of a jeering throng,
was launched into the bourne from whence
let us hope no sheep killing dog will ever
Saturday night Sim Dunn got a buggy
and taking a couple of colored men with
him, went in the direction of Halls Gap
and returned after several bouri Kith
about a couple of gallons of whisky and
brmdy, Mirshal Newland had smelled a
mouae In the meantime and going to Dunn's
room, took charge of the liquor and arrested
him. Dunn claim that he got the
whisky for other parlies, at their Special re
quest, but Newland had a suspicion, hich
he thinks well founded, that he intended to
open a blind tiger. At any rate, there were
prepirations for a grand drunk, which was
very properly knocked in the head. As
the liquor was apparently purchased elsewhere
than at Rjvrland, the only place in
this vicinity that it can be told legally, the
question as to where it was bought should
be thoroughly investigated. The prohibition
law must be enforced and tbe officer
who shows a disposition t do his duty in
the matter should be fully supported in his
CincuiT Court. The present has been a
most unsatisfactory and unprofitable term
of the court. In every case of any import
ance there has been a hun jury, until the
thing has grown monotonous and disgust
ing. The trial by the average jury, most
always a trivesty on law and Justice, seems
to become more of a farce as the days go by.
The suit for $1,000 damagss against the
Louisville A Nashville by G. A. Lickey for
the killing of his race mire, after n day and
a half given to its trial, resulted in tho usual
hum: jury, but the judge held it over
till Monday, when it again wrestled with
tbe problem of damages or no damages,
At noon yesterday they were discharged
standing, we learn, S for giving Mr. Lackey
$1,000 and three for the railroad, The
esse waa tried with 11 jurors. Dr. J. B.
Owsley against the same reilroad for $175
for the Killing of a mule waa mulcted with
the costs, The company had previously
offered him about half of the value ho
put on the animal. The noted cato against
Levi and William Hubble by the First National
Bank was then put on trial, It is
for $3,000 or more and tho gentlemen are
sued as security for Bob Mattingly, who
bought the Stanford Mill property. Tho
defendants' plea ia they were induced
to sign the note by misrepresentations,
In respect to the memory of Judge Fox,
for two terms tho judgo in this district,
Judge Morrow adjourned his court from
Friday alternoou till Monday.
Tits White and Eclipse Sewing Machine
can etlll be found at Peter Hamton's. Those
wishing to buy would do well t?
The mest charming spring weather has
prevailed for several days and Eister was
aa bright and aa balmy aa the glad occasion
During the month of April Mr. R E.
Barrow will permit the. use his pond to
those who like to fish, stipulation only that
they do not leave his gates open or fences
S. L. Pcwem & Co. have moved a portion
of their stock of goods from this place
to Ashland, where they will mn a store un
der the management of Mr. Scheneker, of
that place. Their stock at this place will
be replenished in a few day.
Promoted. Mr. William Geer, late section
foreman here, has passed a
examination and been promoted to conduc
tor of the material train working between
Lebanon Junction and Jellico, and Capt.
T. E. Cunnlfl has been promoted to supervisor
of track, made vacant by Mr. Bald
Our Lancaster correspondent, Mr. W.T.
Burdett, likes tho r.ewspsper b.uincs! so
well that he has determined to go into it on
his own hook. He is a good writer and has
a knack of recognizing n newa item when
be meets one in tho roid. Lancaster is
hardly large enough for two papers and the
fight from the start will be for a survival of
DnirriNO Si'RiNO!. As usual our cner
getic friend, Col. D, G. Slaughter, ia the
first on deck with a suggestion as to tbe best
and cheapest place to find health and rec
reation this summer and in a supplement
sent with this iesue tells of the low prices
nnd many advantages of hia cczy little resort.
Our patrons will alo find some other
entertaining matter in the supplement.
The most intense prohibitionists could
not find fault with Dr. Pettus position on
the question ceaiest his heart. He saye
that there were some objeqtionable features
in the law as adopted which he could not
conscientiously endorse by his vote, but at
the same time be did not oppose its adoption,
willing that those who advocated it
should be allowed to give it a fair trial
Since it has been adopted he is for its strict
enforcement, is opposed to any further agitation
of the subject by a resubmission of
the question to a popular vote in this
county, and he will yery cheerfully support
a bill submitting a prohibition amendment
to the constitution of tbe State. In addition
he is a strict temperance man by practice,
a man of excellent sens and good
judgment and if the people elect him, as
we believe they will, wo will be sure tbat a
gentleman will represent us at Frankfort.
LAND. STOCK AMD CROP
Seed Sweet Potatoes at T. R. Walton's.
For enulno German millet seed go to
Wearen A Menefee. "
In Scott county Ian week 125,000 lbs.
of tobacco sold at 1 to 5 cents.
A large crop of fruit, especially teach
es, !b promised in New Jersey.
Sam Harris sold to W. M Rue, of
Boyle, a bay gelding for $200.
In Montgomery John T. Woodford
sold 47 2-year old mules at an average of
J. T. Land sold to Lee, Hudson A Co.,
Djnville, a fine, A year-old gelding for
J. M. Harter, of Indiana, bought at
Fort Worth a car load of Texas mares at
$30 per head.
Joe Newland sold to tho Traylor Brothers
a lot of hogs to go to their distillery
slop, at 5 cents.
Thirty-seven very valuable horses were
burned to death in a fire in John Killee n's
stables at New Liberty, Scott county, Ia.
John Pepplea sold to W. M. Lickey
5) acres of land on Dix river for $80.
John Montag bought 84 acres near Ottcn
helm at $10. .
A Territory man has purchased 1,000
head of 3 and 4-year-old Texas steers to
be delivered at Caldwell, Kansas, by May
15, at $19 per head.
Henry Clay, the great sire of trotters,
died last week on the stock farm of J. D
Willis in New York, aged 34. A fine monument
is to be erected over his grave.
A Kansas farmer is feeding some steeis
of 1SS5 that have never had any other
grain than wheat bran. He thinks it worth
more for cattle than an equal weight of
Ben . Smith sold his farm on tbe
Winchester pike 2 miles from Lexington,
containing 197 acres, to Dr. E. D. 9. Parker,
of Pawtucket, R. I., for a fraction over
$116 75 per acre.
Bees for 8ale. Half to three quarter
Italian Eirly Swarm, $2.50 each, gum
furnished at coit. 1 and 2-year-old Colonies
$5 each, with gum, Apply to R. H.
Rronaugh, Crab Oichard, Ky.
J, W. McWhorlet sold his fine thoroughbred
jack, 'Sam," to Hutchison, of
Missouri, for $800 last week. John Reynolds
has taken the contract of peeling 100
cords of tanbark for Mitch Taylor at $1.25
per cord. Yosemlte Newu.
D. C. Terhune bought of J. K. Baugh-man,
of Lincoln conuty, for D. J. Curry A
Rue, 20 sugar stock yearling mules at $75
per head. J. A. Noel and T. O. Houchins
have rented 100 acres of hemp land from
William Rsed, near Burgin, at $10 per acre
It is said upon good authority that
application of common benzine to the person
after it Is thoroughly washed with
castile soap will euro that aggravating
aflliction, vulgarly denominated itch.
Corydon, this State, was neatly destroyed
by fire Saturday, 15 of the best
business houses being bnrned.
Mrs. Jonas O Bsnnett, after a honey,
moon lasting three days, jumped from a
bridge, at Richmond, Ind. She was in
John Floyd fired in the dark at a
policeman who was in pursuit of him at
Montgomery, Alabima, and the bullef
struck its mark. A jury has last sentenced
Floyd to imprisonment for llf.
You will confer a taror on the pnbllihsr aud do
tbe proper thing by itndlnf tb amount of your
KOTICE TO CKEDITOIIN.
Those holding account! ajalnit R. R. Gentry,
dee'd., will preaant them properly certified to me
m early ai pontlble.
3tllR. JH. C. aEKTHV,
FUBIIC SALE !
Hating roll my firm, I will soil to tho higheit
WEDNESDAY, AIIt. 20, 1887,
At my Uoma.at Turnerarllle. all mj itock,
Acconslitlnof J horse, 1 pair ot
two-year-old inulef, G or g good milk
tnoet nfthem harecalrrf, about 25hrd of one and
heifers, one-half Intend
In a good thoroughbred 'jull two year old, 'li
hradolgood hrg, 1 mirhtne, I mowor, 1
rako, 1 Albion xwJer, t harrow, 2 wag-on,
all In cnod condlt.oo, 1 csrrlago, doulih at ot
harccMdnJ pole, 1 buggj and barnew, plows, gear
lc about 60 barrclt of corn, aoruo meat, out,
houe and kitchen furniture, fM acres ot knob land.
Kale to comuicuco at 10 o clock.
A SPECIFIC FOR
If taken dnrlng the CHANCE OP LIFE, neat
snOrinp aud danger will be avoided. t3T"6 for
book"UMOB to Woaw," mailed free
BarK IlMC tcb Co., Atlanta, Ga.
ABERDEEN CLAY !
Solid bar atalllon. foaled Mar 18th. 1&81. ilrad
br Aberdeen, atrn of Hattls
J I oi Jewell (pacer) .10U; Hodec 2.10 Hugo
2.23; Irlih Ud .3x: Kato Tar-
lor 3.23Ji; Valley Boy 2.S1K: Blr Wi
tiur IJ M; Utanla 5
i.ii',, ana otner rait ones, llo la the grand it re
of Malacca a s7j Charley Thome i.s7i; "Green
Boy37'; Green Girl 3.i1'i; Sir WalUr. Jr..
- i9M: Lucy Walter ?.30: Nulbmker i.Tcar.nlil
record 3.:9V. car-old z atf.
lit dam Kona Ii , by Fayette D. nmirlc, br
Wunliuton Denmark, tire of King William i at A
Denmark! ilrcd Nella . -C; Belle Lawrence 228.
nilly 3 v'J'i, and the grand dam ot Wild Kikn 3-
year-old rtiord . s. and lold for 17,500. All of
ttieabore except wiir are out or uiarca ot unknown
breeding, which ibows that ibe Denmark!
produce ipeed unaided by trotting blood.
3 dam br American Clay, alro ol Granville, 2 :C:
Msgglo Ilriggi 1.2'; K'la Clay - -VA, and Inn diuia
ot Lxecutor j Jl'i! Hanchero J.--IH; Ambassador
a.jl, Abble 2 si; Blue Cloud a ai; fit. Gotbard
.i.27 and ilx more In the .".0 c!m.
American Clay Ualio the grand aire of Clrmmle
O. 5 15M, rost Boy, j?1: Keno 3 23; Mjslcry
-.Alt, hl)ger Hanson t.iiy,; Stranger 2 it.
3rd dam br GraTla Utar; Aberdeen br IttHvk'.
Hambletonlan. aire of Dexter, 2 17'.'; George
Wllkca 2 ; Electioneer. Ac, Ac.
Dam the noted nine, Widow Michrce, 1 :9 by
Seoley'i American Star, ilro of tne dauia ol Dx.
ter 2t", Nettle 1 IS,- Robert McGregor 2.17i;
Joe Bunker a.l9i;JItn Jewell (pacer) 2.1! and
SS more In the 2'30 class. Hamblotonlan cerer
tired a i.tt or better trutter except out of an
American Star maro.
American Star ilred the grand dams of Cling
atone j.M; Guy Wilkea s.lfiVf.ete.
Fayette Denmark, by Waahlngton Denmark,
lireot King William 2 iO?i.
lit dam by Cborliter, of the
dam ol Mambrlno Chorliter, aire of tbe dama of
I'rotelne 2 18: Belle Braiitleld 2 i and of tbe
grand daini of Boia Wllkta J. 18,; dlmiuona 2.23,
Ac- Aberdeen Clay li a fine young horse of tine
ityle and appearance, nice mane and tall, has ner.
crbxn trained, but will make a trotter Brd.
era will obaerre that he pouewMM a combination of
peed producing blood uncqaaled by any atalllon
on Iblsaldoot the river, and equaled by but very
few In tbe State IlopoisessealJambletonUa, American
Star and Clay, baied on tbe flneit of pacing
and thorough-blood Uambletonlao, bittd on
pacing and thorough-blood, produced the fa' teat
uaro In ihe wor'd, MaudS 1 OSJj Uauihietouuu
and American Star, bated on pacing and thorough
blood, pi o I uced the fastest gelding,
t.lO; llambletonlan and Clay produced the third
fastest hone, St. Jiitleo, 2 llJi; Hambletonlan,
American tir and Mambrlno Cnlef the
faileit living ataillon, Fbellaa, :,13.
and American Star, based on thorough-blood,
produced Clingstone i.H, Ac , c
and Clay, boseJ on padnr and thorough-blood,
produced tho fattest yearling,
3-year-old, rwnictliely, HInda
Kose, yearling rec0rd2.ee; ,;; Wild Flower a-year-old
record 22I; HInda lioe 3-year-old record
2.19'ii Mantineia 4-year-old record 2.1C. Aberdeen
itcoi at SI 50. Aberdeen Clay will mako tho
aeatonol 18S7 at Charles Dunn'a two and a half
miles from Stanford on the Hush Branch plko at
the low price of
$15 TO INSUKE A MARK IN FOAL.
Money due when the tact Is atcirtalned, the maro
parted wltb, or b cd e'sewharn. Allen Is retained
on tbe colta until paid Addrost
. G. UVXN,
E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr
Tliin Old and Well - Known
Hotel Still Maintains its
Its Proprietor ii Determined that
it Shall be Second to no Country
. Hotel in the State in its Pare,
Appointments, or Attention
to Comfort of
Baofsso will be colteyed to and from the ii
free of charge. Special accommodations
to Commercial Trareltrs. The liar -111
atwaya aapplied with ir.i cholenj
brand of Llncari tt Clears.
7 65 a mi t 03 n m
10 02 am 7 0S p in
10 22am 7&1pm
lOtSauiL 8 02 pro
Ut'Sam 8 Hpin
1120 am 8A9pin
11 33 a in 910 pm
12 60 pm
3 fit p m
C 15 p ia!
SOS a ml
7 40 pin
3 00 a m
2 27 a
8 30 a
8 25 a
12 30 a
7 33 a
Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful
the world has ever known.
Queen and Crescent Route.
(Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway.)
Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, 'Florida,
South Enst. Texas. Culm. South WnHt.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86.
m, 7 55 a m
ra'IOSl a m
ra 1130i m
in 11 61 a m
.... 12 33 p in
m 12 47 p in
in 2 42 pm
... a p in
mT 7 30 a m
12 55 am).
7 10p nil.,
I.'to... Cincinnati ... t'rr
... .New OrluDs . ..
:V.P Junction ...
, 12 50 a in
, 9 11pm
.'10 40 pm
No. 4, 1 No. C.
Dilly. Ex. Sun. I Dally.
C4Jpm t023am 6 41am
4 30 p m 7 27am 4 25 a m
4 15 p in) 1 00 a m 4 05 a in
3 33pni, C27am f339a ui
3 23 p ui t3 47 a m. .'..
812pm t532aml 2 5(5 am
302 pin 3 20 am 2 45 a ui
'10 45 a m'
I 1 20 a ui
10 00 p m
1 7 10 p m
iu in m
3 15 a m
8 00 p in
7 50 a m
5 01 pn.
1 35 pre
12 12 pm
10 42 arc
No. 9 learejOakdala dally exespt Sunday, at 5 II a ii, Arrlvlns at Cbattaaiii at 9.13. No. 8
learfe Chattanooga at 3.00 p. ., arrlrlnj at Oiklilaat 6 4J v. St.
Mann Boudoir Buflet Sloping Cars on all through trains.
JOHN C OaULT, Oen'l Manager,
It. CARIIOLU Gen'l Supt,
W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky.
U. COLI.BR IN, Gen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt.,
It. X. KYAN, Ant. Gen'l Frt. A, Past.
General Offices, Bt Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Clno'nnatl, Ohio.
MACK HUFJPMAN, Proprietor.
JP "K ''r J&, m JJR
a9. mLi r iPnnl
Will nlwnyn hnvo on hauil a largo and select lino or Fural.
iure and Undertaker Good. My price will bo aw low as ancle
Roods can be Iiontclit In the eltieH. Givo me a trial and yen
will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest.
WEAREN & MENEFEE,
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C i VI, .Jr WORKi Xl I y .S i
Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys
Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road
Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills,,
Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Sash-Blinds,
Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve
nicies is larger and more complete than
from the cheapest to the best.
All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices'to
suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as
any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money.
Gome and see our fine assortment before it is broken.
WEAKEN .& MENEFEE.
J. II. GREEN. Agt.. ITuHtoiivliIo, Ky.
WALSH, THE TAILOR,
SJW FOIIIllII AVEXFE
P. S.-FINE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY.
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