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Publlahod Evory Tuesday and Friday
SQ PER ADVANCE
sTWhen not o raid $2.50 will be charged.
K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Train leave Rowland al 7 00 a. m., returning
L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Mail tram going North ..1 30 pm
South .. ....t 31pm
Express train " South ..ti 34pm
' North -.. ....311 am
Local Freight North ...6 so m
South. ,.jup m
The latter trains also carry passengers,
The above is calculated on standard time, Solar ,
time is about 30 minutes faster
1 nf tirtar Inkin? rjowder Hiihest of
all In leavening strength V S Government
RICHARD C. WARREN
Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ol
to the will of the Democratic party.
R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S.
Office on Main irlreit, opposite Portman House,
op stairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas giver. Tor painless
DR. W. 13. PENNY,
Office South side Mam street, in office recently
vacated by Dr. I. F. Huffman, Stanford. Ky.
I. M. ItRVCE,
unn. SUE AND F2EQ IMBS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION' to COMMERCIAL
travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold.
horsesand vehicles uved in livery
THE SHELTON HOUSE,
J. H. OREER, Proprietor,
Rowland, - - Kentucky.
First-class accommodations at reasonable rates.
Open day and night. Sample room and Rood livery
in connection. 04-0111
Having leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer
VPAV S I'Altl.K nn Lancaster street fur rent
It . has ten large Itox ... Stalls and is the very best '
.C - t l.l. I 11 ....J In.
jiiacc in inc couiuy lor a j.tcic .nu nuisc scai.u iui
the coming season A large cistern at the door.
Call on or address I
A. T NUNNELLKY, Stanford
I am well prepircd to bore wells and will do the
work 111 a good manner and promptly I
At One Dollar a Foot.
Call on or address me ..t Stanlord, Kentucky. '
31.! J L. T SMI I'll.
mm of A
Tim gkhat household hemedy for
SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, at
SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c.
PRJCE 50 CENTS.
Send three two-cent stamps for freo samnlo
bos u.ul book.
F01 MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.1
AND NURSERY PURPOSES. 1M
CO., Chicago, Hi!
K..r sale bj A It. Penny and M. L Ilcurne,
HSSMsssSh ' a
IS CREAM ml
Roller Extract. jjw
Wvs. W -JUT
IS OUR BEST FLOUR,
IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR
TIEE STYLISH WOMAN.
Eho Appoara In Eithor of Two Varieties
Notr Design In Can ISc llonsht
60 IVrlrct In DrulRii its tn lirrclse
llt'liolilcrs Iiiiltiittou l'nttorn
I.iiuim A LfiMin In Color.
Gown of two varieties are seen upon
the streets. downs lively anil gowns
severe. The former are furbclowed as
to the bodice and flounced as to tho
skirt, and are set oil with natural
of the gaudiest variety. The latter
are plain to tho lust degree of monotony
in the waist and are so contracted
i tlio skirt that the wenrers justly
plnin that they run tho risk of getting
knees in their skill..
Tho former are In all the new shades
of green, violet and The
latter are in subdued tints of tho old
colors, wrought out in homespun or
The former are worn by women with
more money than position. The latter '
by those wlio regard severity in street j
costume ns the sign mark of the Four j
A street dress which would, however,
have been more appropriate as a
ing gown was one of the new shades of
warm, sympathetic brown. The skirt '
was a plain habit skirt with short
train. The bodice was very short on
the hips and ended in a point in front, j
It was shirred at neek and waist. .
Tho bottom of the bodice was treated 1
to a scries of points which were out-'
lined with gilt cord of the narrowest '
variety. The sleeves wero very long
nnd were finished by a deep fall of laco '
which covered tho backs of a pair of
gloves made to match tho costume nnd
stitched with gold cord. ,
An evening dress from the establish- ,
raentof tho same modisto was of whito
China silk made in precisely tho sarao
way, save that the neck was treated to
n Medici collar, very high in the back
of tho neck and very low in front, and
tho sleeves were left short to the elbow,
where they were met by whito gloves
stitched with gold to match tho waist
Dressmakers do not nllow the lack of
an embroidered or an embossed pattern
upon the material to deter them in thr
LOOKIN'O i:t THE SHOP WINDOWS.
matter of procuring the general effect
a pattern dress. ith singular deft
ness they outline figures, cither natural
or conventional, upon tho plain
rial, and then give them into tho hands
an apprentice to bo traced with narrow
braiding, which either exactly
matches tho cloth or harmonizes well
with it. Thus a costly effect is produced
at low price.
In all the standard colors, pretty figures
can be bought in braided designs
ready to bo sewed on. Theso arc fine
material, well made, delicate in outline,
and so nicely constructed that
they will deceive even tho closest ob-i
server who seeks to detect tho
article from the hand-wrought. 1
design sewed upon a black gown was
conventional roses with green leaves,1
connected by a cobweb of laco in imitation
of tho Imported pattern dresses'
which carry out that idea.
A lesson in color may not come amissi
a season when so many combination!
dresses nre being planned. In all cases'
where figured or checked goods are to
combined with tho plain material,,
let tho groundwork of tho checked
goods correspond with tho color of tho
plain. A brown feige cloth may be combined
with a brown goods spotted with
black, yellow, green or whatever color
one may wish. Hut, mark you, a yellow
material would not look well combined
with a brown cloth dotted with
yellow. If the groundwork of tho principal
material is brown, the groundwork
of tho novelty goods must nlso bo
brown, though it may bo combined or
dotted with specks or figures of what-
ever color is desired.
A certain otherwise pretty tea gown
was spoiled for all but evening wear by
disregard of theso rules of color.
The woman selecting it, in ignorance of
the law of prevailing hnrmon3', choso a
white challie with lavender iiguro and
bought some black net to drape tho
front of the gown and for tho sleeves.
Thus a white groundwork wns brought
in direct juxtaposition with black
draperies. The effect was bo incongruous
that the modiste to lesson it
lined tho black net with lavender
and ran half a dozen rows of
ribbon through tho open meshes of
tho black net.
The effect was still incongruous during
tho day, but by gaslight it looked
much better because a certain purplo
figure upon the lavender ground appeared
black by artificial light
To remedy this poorly selected combination,
one of two things might have
been done. Either tho black net should
have been replaced by whito to match
the general tono of tho challie, or tho
challie should have been exchanged for
ono with a black ground and purjile or
lavender figures if desired. Tho ribbons
might then have been of lavender and
tho general tone would have been in
much better harmony.
This mistake is frequently seen and
often accounts for tho despairing cry
which ono hears from tho possessor of
a new gown: "I thought those two
shades would combine well; I sawo
gown of them last season and it was
Upon investigation it will generally
bo found that some law of combination
has been violated to produce the ugly
effect. Another thing not generally
known is this: Many colors are pretty
only when combined with another contrasting
one, in limited quantities.
Pink nnd blue, for example, make n
pretty, accepted French combination,
lint with this rule the blue must predominate.
A blue dress relieved by
pink is chic and becoming. Hut how
lurid nnd unpleasant is a pink dress
trimmed witli blue. All pink does
beautifully. Hut 0et off with blue,
relieved by brown is
charming. Hut brown
trimming is iusipid. A heliotrope tea
gown with orange satin lining and rib-
f1 f rv 1
WORTH Dtv.vi:n OOWN.
bons is unique, startliug and fascinating.
It was Kornhardt's own idea, carried
out by herself, for a boudoir robe.
Hut fancy the horror of nn orange satin
dress trimmed with heliotrope. Lavender
and old rose kiss each other prettily.
Hut never, oh never, must old
roso and lavender be wooers.
Tho dowager robe at wedding breakfasts
is no longer tho regulation black
or ruby velvet. A recent wedding saw
the bride's mother dressed in olive plush
with court train. A border of whito
Russian fox fur lordored the lottom of
tho skirt and outlined tho low-cut bodice.
Diamonds and emeralds formed
tho ornaments. Whito Suede gloves
stitched with olive wero worn.
Easter dresses aro already planned.
Women from previous experience have
found the difficulty there is in finding a
modisto to construct a gown the week
or two preceding Easter Sunday. So a
few of tho wiser ones havo taken tlmo
by the bang and aro getting their
Easter gowns made.
An exquisitely-planned church dress
is as follows: The habit skirt and waist
material are 01 gray unu uhick siik 111
pin stripes. Tho skirt is of tho plain
material. The waist has a zouave jacket
of jrray cloth outlined with silver
braid. Tho collar is gray with silver
beading and tho gray cuffs aro edged
with silver. With this gown is to bo
worn cut silver stick pins nnd girdle,
and, also! oh, shame, that it should bo
planned thus deliberately! a prayer book
and hymnal with tho initials of tho
owner wrought out in cut silver. Tho
general cfFect cannot but bo pretty,
quiet and in good taste.
Another Euster gown is in two shades
of green nicely combined and is to bo
worn with a flower muff of red roses.
The robes are of the natural sort, to bo
renewed at each wearing. The dolicato
little green toque which accompanies
this is trimmed as to tho front with
seven red roses, arranged closely together
to form a littlo pyramid just orer
the front locks. These roses mtut also
Why He Didn't.
Dry Doolan Hurry up and give me a
drink, barkecp. I haven't had ono for
Barkeeper If you kept ofF as long
as that, I wouldn't break through now.
Dry Doolan Keep oil? I had to keep
off. I'vo had six months on tho island,
with "water, water, everywhere, but
not a drop to drink." Hoston Herald.
Hunt to ltellevn.
Mrs. Hrowning (of Hoston) Well,
denr, how did you like Chicago?
Mr. Hrowning (just returned from
Chicago) Oh, I didn't like it. There's
too much rustic and bustle there to suit
Mrs. Hrowning (quite shocked) Hustle?
Oh, horrors! haven't they discarded
those vulgar things yet? Judge.
A JIattcr'or Taste.
Tom Knox You seem to havo a
great liking for the singlo eyeglass,
Hoffman Howes Aw ya'as; tho
double ones mako a man look so owliah,
Tom Knox Then you prefer to look
Ilk a owl, I suppose? Iuck.
The annual election ol Directors of the Hoard
of Internal Improvement of 1 County
,filn llaruuisl.iiti; A -'" '' Turnpike
ReiJCo. will be held at the orhctiof the Hirst Na
,,.,,. ..an. of sunf.;i.. y-.
1 will stand my fine young horse. Prince, the
' ' . ... ..f V, ! Ilfitr.l lit. Ilia
...ttiK.it III it tfill.' tat ui ,ii.iuvi,
SraS' ' "". " '.: . ...: .- - .. .. ir 11
Stanlurd v rreadiersvuie piss, -o
around me mare and suck
N." .li.no w l'riu.e "'. yl,'i l!ia
h. r,e, S i years old this spring ami is', hand, blgh
Denmark ware nnd was by
!li. as out or u
imn horse ; ami onto! a wmi. maic -
r.il na.ted saddle horse '
I il alto stand my splendid young Jack,
llr.sfiyears old, about u hands high, black
form 1 Its
,lh mealy nt.se.
sired Arch Walker-s and out of my nlrf
e"ne He sv.ll simiil at ft oil the same "
he hre. This )acW ha. given '.?.;&'
.at..fa.uon than any jack I ever stood. Lall
WMh;rbrl.l '.ot'tlier f the.e and traded ., .,-
M,,,r: 1 ..v., i.. piiitltini
j rmihi fi wiinuHi -,..-.,---
"ha they are not in fof..t the .. and
mimev idue. 1 lu hold a lien oh the. oil
until the season is paid
WiU make the seawnofil at my stable iH miles
rom Milletlevnie, i.imiHniu.)i .-
fotd A-' Milledgevillc pike,
At $15 to Insure a Living Colt,
Mones due when mate is patted with
Adonis i, a bay with black points,
hands .inches high was f.ukd August, i.
is saddle horse. rh.e svh.. want I.,
and i. a Krand
Kcntaeks saddle stallion are
nieid to a
invitedtolookmincoveraad.ee his action and
'Ir'wa. sired by the grand show horse. Second
Jewel, he by Cunninghams Jewel, he by ah
tA dam by Wells' Crusader, his hrst dam tin
knov. 11, but thought to be an Oliver
Adonis will be allowed to servo ten or fifteen
coo.1 mare. only. .
Mare, kept on gra.s or fed at reasonable price.,
but not responsible fr ' amdents .houl.l an)
occur F K. SANDIDI.1.
. Mille.lgeville, Ky
AtourstaMcs 1 m.lea west of Stanford on the
tins ti"c)oung sadUe stallion
shell. my pike,
will tic permitud 1 serve ..j mares
At S15 to Insuro a Living Colt.
Description and Pedigree -lie is a beauiiful
JarW brown, with small star and .n.p. B""d mane
alidt.ll. , sear, old and is lull Uh hands high.
and .vmmetrual In
ommamlnig in appearance
lorn, h.reab) K.ug Kagle (the AtX.ns horse
rVr.td.im br biar 1 dam by Hamlet
Denmark, Dolans' . ,d .U. .DT "am. '
Kins l.agle was goi 07 iiiu. ..... .-.-. --
i, got by Cabbie's l.eimgt..n, da... by a"a'd
Clucf. Hamlet Denmark was by Washington
Denmark, dam by ll..h HambUton.an. Harris'
Denmark vva. by Miller's Denmark
Considering tin line sue, color, .tile and action,
together with his most excellent breeding; we
think wc have placed his services b.w
Care taken to prevent accidents but do
should any occur
Al.o at the same tunc and plate we will stand
the fine imported jav.k.
J0H3ST S. WELLS.
He is a Ma. k, nearly is hands high, of tine bone
andastion.an.' will serve mares
1 a $) to Insure ft Living Colt.
hen ,11 1 e rttain.d m colts fir se i.in
R II A 1 I t. I)-
Geo. Dictator 3862.
standard Rule 6 )
Sired by Dictator uj (sire ol Se a 10,
PhalUs j 1 1!4. Director a 17 and jo others in the
1 10 list. . . ,
irst dam Alice, by Alment ,
Second dam Norma, by Alexander s Norman 25
1 h.ro dam oung 1 wyman mare, by Coeur de
Leull Hevls ) . ,
I ourth dam OKI Twyman mare untraced
ol f iliorsivoon a i6
Almon. 11 (..re anliy
i .7W and j? other. In 2 Ju. also .ire
of the dam. of Alabaster. 4 ear 15. J
Ruhard.u 17H. CalchMy l. H".der
Acolyte ji and i in ihe
Wilke. 1 joK,
e Abdallih .j; 1st dam Xally
by MambriB. Chwt 11; d b" '
Norma ".. !. mK. ' " '0'"'
dansofNorval ,.; Nonnui. Medium
la., eu by Murne Horse, il dum blosum
"... . if i... ltonum
iiare.a. v. -i ",-e."-- i, ,.,.,, for
Dictator, lor many
Dictator, the sire of Ocorge
languished in obscurity and really nev
yeas haa a "hance at the stinl until he came o
old and having to
hit ie but a foals and at o had lew than
fwl.a"aolaf.vvofthe were out cf well
.. 1 .ituMis inuurt more speed to
J"",'.! '.I ..J besides they have
rancVromTilitd'w.th level head. He ., the
r" better list, a ijroit.,1 ,,,d
of ii the a , or
spacers. 1 be trotters are headeJ byjayhje
Jrr... T 111..11.. ,.,l.. Director a 7. U c do
?.' ." ' r.'L" c.V.l on that has three such
neiKBo "-, numb,r of hMU
f?0.Ud lavHieSee'ha;,. heal, bellarthan
l,3o.D.rccfoVr,7an,ri'halfa.4. Wal of ,6j
''.f.? ..;,." vf'. trottlnu. will show
I lis, - ---- , , ., .1.
through His mhs
tutor only breed, on
that I not
,li t...J grandsons are putting
and daughters, but ilso hi. . p
a uumberof horses in the ij llt. "' " h ol'
llambrick, has a. Commander 1 .l-:
I'hallas a, 1 roteniler i, Ke-K
Denneator I and Endynnon . 1 en son.
sired V) trotters ,,v,. i.tut LriHxl
dola, Keller Thomas, Kvening s4'; ' h fr"'1
lctoria 1 se.
Chiiirl S'ancv Hnnks, Northwest,
tator nasa tec
Je a fM
a record of 1 14 'j, a tiuru ,lr" ' .,.,. iih.1
,he a ncverboenbwten. hjl
put in the list. I nana
lamonl bv I'hallas
T.f ',,1,'. and Vlrgim.is
....... .... .1 -- .. 1'hallene a 30
"'-":."".'" .I stallion, is hand.
. .u.eo:?e, " "I " felhiw and will
nign, loaieu 111 100s. ' in. ,.,,,I f,,r a
certninl) irr extreme
Kteat stock horse He will stand
At $20 to Insure a Living Colt.
Hay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1885.
Sired by KING C.KSAK.
(Ily Ilogan's Administrator )
First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashl?nd Jr.
Second dam by Sir Robin
Third dam by Giltner Hroarn s Highlander.
King Cesar by Ilogan's Administrator (sire of
Major Landers a a7M o "', Adm,n , ir.,,l"
McMahon a at
(sire ofCatcl.tly a iSj;,
in,, o): dam by American Clay ., (sire of Gran-
ville a 76 Maggie Ilriggs 1 it eje I au ua... dam
ol Wilcox a .6'.. and llald Wllkei ajo) by Red
If -it 3d dam by Mambrino Chief ti.
Kojan will stand
At $10 to Insure.
I al.o have
Five Splendid JjicIcs,
Twool which are noted as the best jennet iacks
and will serve jennets at $15 fr Jack colt s,lU
i5 tor a jennet and will serve mares
At $10 to Insure a Living Colt.
The other Jacks are fine mule jacks and will
At $10 to Insure.
These animals wi 1 iund at my stable on the
Somerset pike a miles 1 .ulh of Stanlord.
4 M.S. BAUG11MAN, Stanford,
Dr. A. S. PRICED
llice!on Mam street, over v . 11. McKokerts'
FARM VOW SAL.IS.
I niTer for sale nrivately my Kami ol Is Aires,
. miles south ..f Stanlord near the Sowerstt
pike It ! in A high state ol cultivation, all be
ing in grass but 1 J at res. has till the nesewary
buildings, is well watered and fenced aHda desir.
able place generallv. Call on or addiess neat
For Sale I
Twenty Iluildinjj Lots
In the corporate limits of Rowland
M II J DARST, Rowland.
FOR SALE X RENT.
Tho Very Desirablo Residence
And s-a re lot on Danville street I he house is
in good tet.airand inntain $ 10 ins Ihe )ard 1.
large and beautltul anJ altogether
Tho Pluco 1h ono of tho Most
Will sll or rent on caj term.
MISS MARY i: VAKNON,
O cash: :
Paid For Hides and Fur,
iM. R KLK1N & CO.'S,
s i r
Everything for Ike Orchard, Lawn, Garden
Whv not buy direct from the grower, when you
need I rees. I'Uals or Vines S ou w ill uit mufl
ey and get stock true 10 name We employ hi
aceiits. but sell direct In the planter. MillHHtSOf
i.ur I rees. Plants and Mnev are liearmu everywhere
in Kentucky and judged by IbWr fruit
A Mrawberry ami general Nurwrj Catalogue on
application to H r. II ILI.KNMKYKR,
10 im l.csington, Ky
S1A11MINTO! 1 II K
Financial Condition cf Lincoln County.
1.1 AIIIMl II S.
Claims allowed October, ifcjo J 1 ,' r
Alloaances to aoidlots 4 .w
Inltrett o bonded debt ol Jij,oh . mo ...
sherilt for culleiting to. levy, mlisaated 07 J
llalsneii on turninkeapprMprwilisns .. .t.tijM
Contingent espenses lor current
timsit.l - Stn 00
Deficit 01 acct of dcllMifnestts, mllMaled t,sn. .-
Tav en t1.M7.71a at a cents en the io.Sf ,77s il
!, ms at Ji y - l"'
1 iCailriwtd vroMrtr, c.ttmaled . i.yji 37
Turnpike dividenek., o
Cash Ih treasury 'i 'I
lt4in.uent nil soMler -
A copy Attest C. II. COOI'Klt. CI k
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OK SIANKORD. K I
Capital Stock S2OO.00O
Attention of the puUic i invited to the fact
that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford
cmler the provisionsof the Naliooal ItaBl Act.
Irp.iviturs are secured not only by the capiUI
stock, but by " sukholders' liabilny b.r an
amount equal to the slock, so that depositors of
this institution are secured by a fund .f '".'"'
Five sworn statements of thecondllwii ol the bank
are made each year to inc " '""y. ",;..,"
luentatMl its a.sels are examined at staled limes
by government agents, thus sesuring a.ditnonal
..i .r.. . ..r.iw 111 .Irlwv.ltillS.
....,. ci. c.., .-.--,- ,..k.J . the
'hit iiiiiiiHiiuni origin, "y - --
Deposit Hank of Stanlord in iSja. then
i.eil as the NatMnar Hank ol Stanford in ij and
again re organuedas the I'lrst Satnioal Hank ol
Stanlord in is.. has had practically an uninterrupted
esi.tc of i years It is belter supplied
now with tacilitie. for tran.acliHgbus.Hes. promptly
and liberally, than ever before in its Ung and
honorable t areef AicwhIs of corporations, fiduciaries,
firms and individuals respectfully
1 he Directory f this Hank is compose! el
I' I I'oster. .if Stanford;
Korestus Kd. Lincoln count) ,
J V. Ilaydnn, Stanford,
S II llauchman, Lincoln;
M.J. Miller, Ml Vernon;
S T Harris LlncolH,
J. S. Mocker Stanford;
G A Lackey, Lincoln:
I. P 1 1 ill, Stanford;
W G Wrleh.StaHferd
W I". Tate, Stanford.
J. S Mocker. President;
John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier;
A. A. McKmney, Assistant Cashier
Articles of Association
STANFORD WAli WORKS NMUR.
Wo, the unJcrvigntd, J F Peyton, John S
Hughes, Matlc'von Peyton Charles 1- Slurte j
vantand George V aturtevant, Jr , do associate
ourselves together and become an lncorwraed
company j.ursiiant to the provision, of Chapter $',
General aUtutes of Kentucky.
I. I lie name 01 trie corporauun ".. " "
Stanford Water Works Company nnd Its general
place of transacting business shall be in the city
of Stanford, Lincoln county Kentucky.
a. The general nature ol the business or the corporation
.ball tie i the construction and
system of Water Work, for the supply
of water for pay to the city of Stanlord and tho
inhabitants thereof and to the town of Rowland
and the inhabitants thereof, n) Hie construction
and maintenance ol a system of gas or electric
lights in the city of Stanlord and in the town
of Rowland, and to charge and receive pay for
uch lights. J 1 he manufacture and sale ot artificial
ice. 4 Tho acquisition oT all such real
and personal estate, as may he required for conducting-
the corporation above specified
i. The capital stock of the association shall
be seventy five thousand ($7S.oonl dollars, to bo
diviJed into sliaresof one thousand dollars each,
and which is lo be paid to the Treasurer of the
Company at. uch times and in such proportions
as shall be required by tho Hoard of Dioectorsof
a. Tho corporation shall commence on thn sth
dayot February 1891, and terminate at the end of
fifty (to year, irom that date
; The, alTairsot the Company shall be conducted
by a Hoard ol fivo 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 Hilt
until the first election, tho incorporator, herein
named shall constitute the Directors of the Com-
6 The highest amount of irdebtedncss or liability
to which the corporation can at any time
subject Itself .hall not exceed fifty thousand $50-000
7, The private property ol incorporator, and
share holder, is tube exempt from corporate debts.
Witness our hands February 14, 1891.
I. F. PKVTON,
k 1.S 1IUGHF.S,
GKO.W, STURTEAANT JR.
lot-im Uy Chas. F Sturtevant.
Havii.g icii.i.vrd my l.ar er t.. the Com
mercial IL.til I . 1,1 J to a. . mrnoiUte la-
mesas well as gc in anything they may
wish iu mv line. Ibil.lirii a.tt. willed OH. Call
"" e. J I vsK 1 H(iMlSUN.
MR. I IS. COOK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
HrKce ..vtr M. K herls' Drug Stme Rcdance,
lame. II 1 wr ... ro. ny t ln jun Imn ol
tonvillc 4i.il DhiimIIc pikes io4m
Mn Ilani.ali I ir N jr.I tvi.hea to sell hei
I'roperly at McKinncy,
Whrethe i- 1' lflll.ll' m krpt until recently.
Dwelling an I .1 .ti h u. c 111 g 11 tepfir
I ' II
FOR SALE I
Lot on Main Street in
C nniaii 11 k 1 1 a res
Terms ea.v I R U M ION. Stanlord.
3STEW SAW MILL.
1 have fiinshrO my new sw Mill on the
pike 7 mile. 1i...ii Si. I ..l ami aie prepared
to furnish any knul .f I I Ml. IK MIINGI.KS.
A. , at LOW IM I'lIK l.s I will tell the turn,
brrai the mill ..r deliver, t t.ut pun haters Give
ineatnat I'a.t.lli e. M A YVs tM)D. k Y
I will .lelivrr .awed hesmut shi"glts al Man-ford
or Ituwiand at 1. s per M
41 17 A II IIASTIN
THE COHMERCIfIL HOTEL
J II OWLNS. Manager.
Harrodsburg, - Kontucky,
I have taken charge l this rxpular hatsl
and intend to run it in a first il. manner in every
respect It it I. tine papered and peiHIe Injm
top te boltom, the hesl.lii.g is being renovated and
eversthing done t make it sk.sant and
for guests The tal.le shall atver be surpassed
by hotels in thi. set lion J II. OWKNS.
Seventh and Market Streets,
Louisvillo, - - - Kontucky,
WII.I.OPKN MONDAY, MAR t.
Having sold out our enlireiHIereit in the hotel,
on Jellerxin street, wc have moved In essr hl
stand that wc occupied fur years m succeefralr
on Seventh and Market streets, are new fitting it
up in elegant shape, new throughout and the
willinevrary way be elegant, Incledlng one el
Hale's Safely I'a.Mngrr and Ibgeafe
with all the late intprovesnesils We all est
ourold friends 10 c m ami sec us in atir oW heme.
We promise you that osir itioens, table and service
shall bo sesTrHd to none in the laml. My "We, Mrs
Jo II. Alesander, wants tn be romMibcretl l all
our lady friend, and she will be glad tn see tlttm
anil give them a l.rxiiy rereptmii Kare V er day.
toi JO It Al UXANDI.lt. M.nager.
I will sell to the Lights! bidder on
Monday, April 13, 1891,
County court day in fr.il ol the coutt house in
Stanlord Ky , my
Farm of 151 Acros,
Five mile. Iron Stanford, in the Walnut Hat
Terms made known nn day ot sale Far particu.
fc. larv ad.lreti 'Ion. Lailev Stanford, Ky.
MRS ANNIr M LASLEV.
L F. GRNTER'S
Tho JIaoio IIkmovkk fills n loiif? fult
want with nwnons of lloios or Mules
with Warts, Knots, llruNi'H, Cuts,
Strains, Sprains, Old Sores, Ilarb Wiro
Cuts, etc. It makes no tlilluroiieo
how long tho knot has been there, or
how lianl it is, (if it is not of tho
bono,) wo will tuko it oil' on tho "HO
CURE, HO PAY" plan, lu lomoving
tho knot tho hair t'oines olT, and tho
pluco heroines very wro; when you
stop iibiii,' it, tho hair comes hnck its
original color, ami not a trace of tho
knot is loft. For plan of insurance,
etc., call at tho iindersignctl druggist's,
and brim: your uuiinal with you.
I'onalebyW II McRoberts, druti;iit, Stan
A Valuable Hotel For Sale.
As myself and wife are becoming old and not
able 10 carry on the Hotel business, have concluded
to. offer the same for sale. The said Hotel is
situated In the town of Ilu.tonville, Ky., known
as the Cooper House for many years, Said Hotel
is now in good repair, with 17 good rooms, newly
covered and painted with ubout 1 acre of splendid
ground attached, and fruit of all kimti. Water
plentiful and good stable and other outhouses I
propose to sell iuimediute'y on low and easy
erms, Wrila or call on me on Uie premise..
6-it T1I0 MAS CECIL,