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. ULlYlrilLuivLJ iluLiMUnuUUivliHL "n H fcTAHKOltlL Ky. , IcK)un;i. U 1 , 1888 'V ' , ' .... , j.,, , .. s,,! , ,at, I3UH. E.C.WALTON, MUnOROr -- I - i- PnbJUhed Hvorjr TuoecUy and Friday - AT 'J pick ykaimn alva.:sci.; nut o pal J S3. DO ll bt chatted."" k. c. local time card. Train IniiM Itoutand at ;!io a. in, returning 41 6 m. I. &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going Nortli . . ii 31 pi m smiili .1 ji pm Fpres tram . uii. 1 1 17 p in - it. i j;am Utml freight Noith '" . . ll in 1 lie latter tr mt h. turrt pseiter Tlit al oc UcattiiUuJ On standard time. Sol I mo it about to uiluules fa.ier. MEANS BUSINESS. Watch k and jewclrj lepaiivd and fturuiuUd, A. I.. 1'eunj Tin: best plttif to buy drug's, patent ul"dlcincs and tiuht atliclcs Is at A. It. Penny's, liur yotu Mliool hooks. Ink, tablet, taper, jsiiiuils and.svhuol supplies of all G mill irniti a. u. renny. 1 xoaruntco all watches mid every ar ielunf JfHidry I im'II to Im jiint hn h'pMc! Mllti'd. A. It. l'ellliy PERSOMAL POINTS. Mint. ti. W. Y si .i. of ltnathter, has been vImHIiii; Mrs. JoMph Severance'. ' John W. IIaiuiis, of (iuinml, p.tKsctl upyeMerdny to I'inevilleon a tour. Mit. II. I.. lliiiMsof tth with a from that place this iNXUc. Mi;, ami Mas. ,1, M, of KlrkHvllIe, h.tve been on u visit to Mrs. T. Tyre. I'uor. A. K I'wton leaifN hir FtxIieisvilU', 'h to Christmas wltii hi children Mls Ii!.m; Diiuon, the H'tile Cnib Orolmnl brimutlc, is viiiinc her sUter, Mrn. V. M. O'llrytin. Mil. J.W. of Tex., 1 is hero asMMiug in up tlm allitin of bin father, Mr. W. II lLnker. Mk. Jamil Siiuki;i.roiii Mud wife, of Illinois, and Mr. Jameu Chrlsman, of Kansas, Imve been visiting their ivlatiie, Mr. Win. DiiiiKbcity. Mil. CO. liinHis"it ni HainMlsburi, the iiiMir.tiice adjuster ill the business, was up tiM'0 local aetil W. A.Tribble this week. ' Mks l.iTir. IUii.ia, who linn Ih.miii on visit to fiieuds In Missouri (or the hist six months, returned Tindiij. hokini like she bad unjuyisl it. J.S. lit sni.Kv and fiiiinly, of ."spring-field, will iiu to Sbuifonl in a few tbiyHHiul N-up) Mi-. Fiinnle Dunn's t.11 tin- I'.mvHIe jMtev. IMIH i InMlKI. OttM.I nfM uiiU'itMin tin 11 iilcii'l Mi K. Ibeol nt their Hubble, on Tliursdaj '27l, al s nkck. M11. a.vii Mits. Joiiv Haiiiiis, Mr. and Mm. J. M. Dlckuraoii iind Mis-s Florence Fence, of liitrnod, are vlsitiim their relatives, Mr. mid Mi. Ituinsny, Mis. Mi. Yaumdiill at the llohd. Mil. W11.1. ti. Mi Kin.nkx, whostuukto lib post at Ala., IiiiIhi; tlm yel low fever plnKii". airivisl I uesla to npflld (!lirislmis Willi his pftiullls. He tells us l Ini tin-fever Iimn eiithely left ",7 Unit n tlm' those who Hed iiUM' i tuned mid tin- place looks umiethiiin hke .is loiiner self. Theie Vkiv l.VS i.ie .uel 'mi deaths, the most dostrrti'lixe ini"i li'i to tin number of r8iMiiiyli,i in the Ninth CITY AN9 VICINITY. .A it.w I!. vVultoii'r. lsr. - I'luiii clil dim. Moutlellanis. v 1 'J I'l'Y vour Xuias Mwtul T. It. Will- shIc at l. for ladle to-day. (b.vniKs, nuts at whole-sale anl retail pi at M 'tctlf t Fos- terV. ()i a Mt. Veinoii hilrr iellsof thebirih afinlnuuhtertii Mi-. W J. a few illlVff 111:0. OiiAM.fx. I'Oii.iw. Malaga rmnwUi i.ip ", Ik", cocoanuts, at S. S. Myer'. liiK'TfoijM .. Wnlien'rt, "Model iiocery"iind 'tfliliiUlh " when you want ('hivtmiis pbU . - Tin: Mop 'lyb In "' l"H isivad invitations to a hop toll ifneti at 011 the and at on the 'JTtli.. Whim: hunting for Christmas presentH don't fail to cc tlie miilllera, and fur iihiII'm "t Seventnce ,V: Son's. I'liKsii l.u oTcmliTs lmthKiench ami stick, nuts, ligs, Malaga grapes, ( apples, raisins and cocoanuts just ...i. ... 'imi.i.i.V i-., ( Thy our extra clean .lelllco nut coal for cooking stoves; not only cheaper, but Mipiuior to lump for such purposes. Oeo. ( IbiWeareit. " eontli tnie two weeks from Mondav, 17, to Jan, 1, v 1 Wr. will move January 1st to the store- niotn adjoining It. K. Weuren's store. Court I A llll) lilt fit' liriltllll.d li.lunlil i - v M lll l HI I'll f' l ll Kntoiilnhin,y low prices, just received at .Metcnlf t Foster's. Attkxi) the sale of tho ell'ecta of Mr. W. II. Mocker, dee'd., which commenceH at 1 o'clock to-morrow. M ittiikw N'ki.sov has been apjtointed postmaster at Norwood, Pulaski county, vice Jacob Apjpir resigned A tdiorl watch chain with two keys on it. Finder will be rewarded by leaving them at this o lot small bunch of small keys. Owner can eet them bv callinjj at this of- ! ,1,v "",' ! iiifr for this notice. 1 m m m I 11 m moved my meat store into Sipiire .M. C. l'oitiiiuii'n old htand immediately across tho street, and I will 1h pleased to see my eustonieis at all tluies, and as in the pact will try to merit a share of the public patronage. M. F. F.lkjll. I). Ki.as' auction continues to lraw ciowds and dead lo.idMof floods are bdiiK wild dally. It will likely continue till Jantiaty l.'i. The auctioneer, Mr. HhtIn, imi ood one and keeps tho crowd in Hue spirits by bis humoioUH Kiyiin:s. Sivck the reeeiit ood luck of the Rowland Club the Louisiana State Lottery hiiMyreiitly increased in populaiity. The Idntvviuu came oll'Tuesday and yestenlay and Wednesday it was the i;euend topic. . . . . ... .. I.I .1 I .1 .1 I I 11 is iiioukih 111:11 limy .hw iicKcut were, purchased at this place uud linn hind. 1 A .ui crow.l from this place should I attend tho Cantata at lliistumille to-( uiKht. It will bea tip-top performance and 11 siipMir to follow will be a lilting tluale. lIustoiiMlle iK'Oiileaie. especial- 1.. in. ...... 1 i )...:. C.....Z....1 1 . I. lllfBI.!, ait llivjl IH11I uiiiii;v 1J .llllliuili , , ., . .. , entei prisei and for this reason, if for no I ;flUu,J,0,l,,nn,0,w,,, htf I I'iik VhituUir Ijiumlry, of Danville, W'luut A NaMiiatl iJ iiAte In splendid working order ami is turning out the cleanest as well as tln Is'st linen tlmt any Inutility in the state can show. This is an enterprise that should Imj siiiHjrtel by the iieiuhlHiiiug towns and we are in hope, that Stanford will head tin list with a liberal U ) ii.v.1 to the feat fill i.iht Hov. tjeo. , iwrsie'i Kriuri on uw "Alan oi Mini at the Christian chinch, Tuesday eveninj:, was iwsirly attended and only Slo was realized. It was considered a tare treat by the lew who faced the storm and it is the subject of general legiei by all that the weather was such that a larger audience could not gwet this distimmished lecturer and ptcicher. 1 Or Into 11it AviriiKii Mimk i:i. Kit 1.1:11. -Monday night liobert (teutry, a limkemiin on No. .".I, fell from the train in tunnel No. on Crooked Hill, and when found by another train an hour later his remains woiescitteivd in nu iii.ivs along the tiack. They weit brought line to be placed in a and we hae never eeii a more sight. The IkhIv whs literally cut into pieces, none larger iipMiteiitly than III pounds in weight. It was a .slick, bad nik'lit ami jutt the kind lor siicli an acci Hunt. I'heie was of coulee no j as to the came oi his death, but alterthe lemaiiis had bmu biought here they were ordered tub H'tuined to biurel, so thill the coroner lould sit on them ami make So nut of the case, we pie-slime. Mr. ticntiy was alsitit -it yeart old. His patents live at Coal Creek, near Kiiuxvillc, to which place what was b ft of his body was taken. ' W it: r I'imiii i.i.. -On Monday last while (ieei'swoik tiitiu was at I'ineville getting an engine on the track that had gotten oil while woikiug with it on a turn-table, a negio passed by and without a woid fired at one of the negioes winking at the engine, indicting an ugly wound in tho leg. dipt. Uecr and Mr. Oilfbidshot at the negro several times, but failed to hit him. The murderous scoundicl becoming otlemled at this went down in the town and soon returned with nine other negroes, all mined with Winchester ritles. This little hrii?. ade walked aiound ('apt. Heer and his erew. nslne ollensiv.. hn.LMinee i..uil..l , them, till the-captain could stand it no ! "wh '" l,, ;,ll,7'sl "f 7? h '."7m "! longer, and he ordered his men to fob , ,l,n,ff- 0m.w "."" '." J, l? , ,, . Interference mljjltt Im useful, oean low h in. i.omg to tliMhher.il he hoi-1 f,,,m ,,, lotiinu ,ol llm,, mt t hjw iowe.1 six W inchcMer lilleM ami lMJen Wl)rtea t0. U Imwl l)0 ,,,. ing what pistols they had, he gave the i beml) ,mVL.vr, that uowhero tact oiilcr to march luck to where tho j lui temper so needful as in the pulpit, groeshad made the assault. Arriving1 t)j tlmt. however easy of uso this they foiiml the negroes still ready teellvo may appear, it would bo un-for war and shooting at once began, tlie wise to establish any set method of negro side firing lir.st. At least 10 shots restraint in a ease where so much do-were tired, when the negroes were put to i ponds on personal discretion. A Nono of C'lijtt. (Jeer's crew were Ulo iiflixed tit each hurt save tho one who was shot before wou,d invbubly better answer tho satno tlm war beean. It is not known ulw.il.. ! purpose. Ill one tvspcet. Indeed, both " ' of the other si.le wore shot, but it C,0,W awn "''" 'i "- :u ,u ,.'... ' open to some degree of blame In tho ' K t are seriously m!;,inomentrt Jw , Tho fop ,M.llt. mounded. 1 he tho cause o row mine , , nm ,, ,,, (Il.fo,tVo In up over a g.une of cards between the ,1W. ...... ,Alun.u iu MHiklnir out 'r " - '-- ...... two negroes the night before, in which the negio who did tho first shooting claimed that tlie negro he shot had 'jumped the gunie, taking with him all the money on the t.tbli . Piikhii linu of innlllerH nt OwbIov A A1.1. kindsof nuidlcs, hlco and pure, at K. S. Myers'. ' - (iooiiM are beiiiK fllau;hterod at I). Klass' auction. m . . 1 Foil Hk.nt. A desirable residence on upper .Main street. JaincsT. Critic. A. C Maiitix asks im to say tlmt there will bo Christmas treo at May wood Monday iiiy,lit next. . ... - Wi: have a few jneketH and cloaks left which we oiler at 11 price that will null them. Severance fc Son Tin: reports of the three bankH In thin county appear in this Imuioaud it will he seen by a glance at them that they all make a cood hIiowhik. m Tiikiik is an ell'ort on foot to movo the train di.patehern' ollfce from Howhtnd to thitt place. It would certainly be to the diHpatcherfl, all of whom live in Stanford. Tin: ChrihtiniiH shi) at the Christian eliiuch next Tuesday niht proinines to be an intercHtiuj; nlTalr. Kvery Sunday-school in town is invited to use the ship audit is hoped the attendanre will b luge and the presents numerous. Tin: ynuiiK people of tho Mt. Xenia, Hubble and Willow CSrovo "stormed" Mr. John L. Waters, n luclndor livinp on the Danville pike, the other uiht, and all report it a pleasant evening. About "' were present. Mn. A. K. (iiimoss, tlie popular dealer in wall paper, paints, oils, brushes, Ac, ' of Danville, has moved from his old stand 011 Third street to the Hurdinm I'lnlii niiuwlli. llii. . Itntel. Mr. ...... ' ' "''"'.- .-" -..-... ..w... lil.tt.i.iu l... atrt.' tui ..( 4lu. n.ii.u, LitnMi "'""'" " " ",,v " " "" """ 1 'OOII1S ' ' St"ll? r"1 'U Reeled stock of everything in his line no retail lmmran M,mv. Make his store t).rK tt.n sm an. in Danville. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. .laines Chambers and Miss I.ncinda ,, . I. f .1 1 .1 Ilolton, of this eotintv, were marrieil on ... . . ... ' -Uc! White, of the Shelby City; lliilirlilkirliru ni nliffiim.it ltfw.tiuj. si.fc.tiir. tlay to marry Miss Amanda Kush'11, of, the Kline neighboihood, Monday, '.Mth. Henry James and MissSanih Adams 11 pretty young lady of lit yenrs, weie married at Miss Adams' home near ('nib Orchaid, Wednesday by Flder Jasper l.ivuihton. -Yesterday at the bride's mother's at this place Miss Mary K. Shackelford, a' most estimable young lady, ami Mr. John j .Iiliilrknil tml. unnt illitti.it 111 tiinrrinnti ! , . Jom ,M TJiJ aJ tractiug parties left imuusliately for the groom's home. Mr. J. J. Itu.-sell, of the West Kud, and Miss Maggie M., the pretty daughter of Mr. Jake Hughes, were married nt tlie Court-House yesterdav by Judge T. W. Varnon. W.'c Woffonl and Miss Alice Hughes, cousin of the bride, camel w itli them and acted as attendants. 1 DEATH'S DOINGS. Mis. I.ncinda Hagan, wife of John C. Hagan, of Madison, ilied Saturday of , consumption. Mrs. Hagan was a devoted wife and a loving mother and her death will cause general legret. COUGHING IN CHUrtCH. An IMI ill llnlitt mill Appiirriittj j 1 litiiiclilli'. Inillulliiii. Whoever has attended u plnce of I worship hi!V noticed tlmt tho i storm of coughing which proviii.H thotvln, tuitl the whki , moves like a rabble of wrong nolo before the eh iivh music, are not wholly natural phenomena. Thoy am to u I large extent uviildublo evils bretl ot ' habit mid thoughtless imitation, and ' their very deslrnhle reduction is there- I fotii by no means hopeless, where a basin of itlsoao underlies tho explosion, a litlla could usuallv do soiiiethlng to losn its foroo or Its fiMijiieney. The stiino is of course doubly true in the tuiso of the merely habitual rougher. A variety of medicinal aids might, moreover, bo used til support of such voluntary efforts. There Is, lastly, the option of refraining Jrotu the use of tho voleu in worship should every other means fall to assure that re.tsonablu degree of quiet which is natural and decent In publio worship, l'cmuii.striiiico on tho part of the ollielntliig clergymen affords another remedy, and ;i indeed bo often tempted ivpimvo this form of as , and amending any evident errors in these respects the olllelnl nieinbors of a congregation would nt least bo doing what thoy could to ahato tho coughing nuisance. I.wnloii I nn'n I. WTIC6 TO CREDITORS. All pcrtont holdlni; claint againm Mr. Sarah Cook, ilcc'd, will pretent them, properly proven, to the underMcncd nn or befnrn December ijlli, 1888. A. C. KOlllNbON, Admr. of Sarah Ccok, 83 UilberU Creek, Ky To the Citizens of Stanford. I have rrntiil the meat butincit uf , V. anil will uccuiy tho shop on l.ancaMcr Hrett I .itk a lilieral hare nrpalninage 85 JdllN l IIM'Al'W A3ST OHDI1TA1TCE Tamne the of Crackers tinman Cxnillct, I rorket or other like contrivance loaded with pou eror other like exploitive tulttantle within the City of btanfurd lie it ordained !jr the city council of Stanford Skc 1 That the ta on licciiteto ne 1 crackern, Human candle rocketa or other like tnntmaticca loaded with powi er, or other like rxploilve lance within the city of Stanford ihul! he nh.ill be $15 per )ear; the tiiid llceme ahall not be lor a shorter period than one )car. Skc 1. Anv Person or ncr.nn. who thill mil within the limit of thp city of Stanford any of the article enurnerutid herrin, without firt obtainine I the licentc a provided for in Hilt ordinancp, shall be not le than $5 nor more than $10 for each saie St.J Una ordinance nhall be in full force from and tftenU patii;e K 11 IIL'KNSIDK Major. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. A meeting al the stockholder of the National Hank of llmtonville will be held At their banking home In Iluttonville on the ad Tuesday in J .n-nary, i68!o, forthe purpose of electing nine Director totcrte the ensuing ear. 8; J. W. IIOCKKR,Caher. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. A meeting of the stockholder of thi Hist Hank will be held at their banking house in Stanford on the ad Tuesday in January, 1S&89, for the purpose of eleven Directors to serve the tnsuing year 87 JHON I McKOHKK'IS, Cashier. FHTE FAHM. If nl sold pruately before I will sell at public I auction, ON TUESDAY, DEC. 25, '88, j On the premise at Kou land, Ky., 3Iy Farm of 100 Acres,! more or less, nearly all in ar.d liaslng n urge new nousc on n. Kor term and further particulars, address J C ltODK.MKIt, 8? Oallatin, 'lenn EXECUTOR'S SAbE. As Kxecutorof W H Hockir, dee'd I will sell at hi laic residence in Stanlurd, ON SATURDAY, DEC. 22, 1888, Promptly at l o clock, all his property, re.il and pctMin.il, comottiog of the Homo Place of Eight Acres, And a HOUSE AND LOT, BOTH IN STANFORD, The latter on the South fide of M.iin ttreet, oppose Col Wtkh'a and known ns the Ed. IVndlclon plscc Also 1 1 1 rood Mare, 1 Milk Cows, Household And Kitchen furniture, 1 m ms All sums of fio and under, cah m hand; over that amount, a trcdit of 6 inul u uiuiillik, with interest from date 1 I). CAK'IKK, Ksicuter N" ti, ll pciMin knowing themselves in'ebt id to the slate wlllplcac comt forward and settle i !.?;. R - HIJITK CM4.A.SS liOT'TJ THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE1 From CENTRAL KENTUCKY I o all Point PAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. .SCTII HL'I I. IN HI Kl I I MAY jo, iis No y. No 4 Nn t Smith Hound Kn Sun. Daily Y.x Sun. !.e Covington 8 10 am i it p in J 00 p in l.se Falmouth.. 10 Oi u in y 38 p 111 3 p in l.e Cnthiana . 11 oj am 10 4 pm 30 p m Arr 1'ari it 40 a in 10 50 p in 5 10 p in Arr I.exmston 11 30 pm 11 30 p m 0 10 p in I.tc 1'aris. . ..11 50 11 m to 55 p in' 5 ro P m Arr Winihcstcr.. u J5 p m 11 25 p ml P m Arr IticlimonJ... V no p m m Arr Lancaster-... 5 10 p m Arr Stanford o 00 p ni,..., ..i- . l.e kTchmond ... 05 p in Arr llerea 3 Jo p in .... Arr l.exini!ii)ii.. 5 45 p '" No. 3. No 1. N'o.e. l.e l.ivfmslou.. 00 -1 111 ... ,7. I.e llerea. 10 15 a 111 Arr Richmond..... 11 43 a 111 , l.e Stanford 7 so a in ..i.... ', I.tc Lancaster ... a 10 a in Arr Kichmond.. it cu a in Le Itichmond.... 1 30 p in 6 50 a in .. Arr Wim.lies.icr.. I i.e. p 111 7 40 a til Arr I'aris 3 5 pin 8 j a in I.e I.elui;toii . j co p m 7 35 a in. 3 00 p m Lsel'ans 3 40 p in 8 30 a in 350 pm I.ve Cynthiana ... 4 06 p in 9 u6 a in 4 30 p in l.c Falmouth.... 4 51 p in 1003 a 111, 5 p ni Arr Cosington ... 6 ai p 111 1115 a ml S 50 p m On theMavsVillc llrancli, .V06. leaves Pari at 8 30, am and No, 11, at 530, p in, arriving at Masvllle at 1030, a m, and 740, p m. No, 10 leaves Maysville at ( 00, a in, arriving at I'.irin at 8 jo, a in. No. u leaa Majsvilla at 105 and amtes at I'aris it 3 aj, p in. These trains are daily escept Sunday No Covington 11 1 830:1m, arrives at Falmouth in 10 30 a in; Sunday only. No. 31 leaves Falmouth lit 4 30 pm, arrives at Covington at 6 30 p ni; hiindav only Nu 15 leaves 7 15 p in, arriv t I'aris j 55 p in. No. 8 leaves LaviiiKioii 5 in p in, .iimcs Falmouth 7 so pin. No 7 leaves Falmouth at c 311 a 111, arrives at Covington al 7 jo a m li.MLY EXCKI'T SUNDAY. NO IX Trains 3 and 4 are daily hetween Winchester. Lexington and Cincinnati; other other trains are daily except Sunday. Direit connection is made at Winchester with Chsaprale ti Ohio for Ml. Sterling, Ashland Huetinelnn, Chnrlean, W. Va. and Lantern cities FnS 1 LINK- Noj. 3 ami 4 run via Winchester. ASolid trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Win. Chester and Washington. Through ticLels and baggage checked to any destination reached liy a railroad, lor full particulars address anv agent of the Co. K. H.ltAC'ON. S. K. . .MOKSi:. 1'ra.clinir Piss'g'r ji , !en'l Pass'g'rAgt., Lexington, I.). Covington, Ky, ll.lt HU.VTINfJTO.V.tieiiernl Manager. aonOfflcoB. Covington, Kentucky. GEO. D. WEAREN, Mang r Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons Rond Carts, Speeding Carts, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Log Wagons, BwRRy Harness, Wagon Harness, Reapers, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, Harrows, Plows, Oultivaters, Engines, Threshing Machines, Clover Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Powers, Hay, Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, Allot which are carefully selected from the Standard Manufactories of tho country. In MUFFLERS ! Z Cotton, Woolen Silk, All Colors Bruce & PLEASE OBSERVE THAI M'ROBERTSSTAGG HAVE a triWYrr vr a ,ct- A til ' II IN .11 , A "SKTSfl fl Jl-Jt" tl ' WEI IM '. ,qv jtL' vj iMiisi xkvo'3', -or- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. IOT FURNITURE MaV HinFFMAI TODFo ml il JdiKK,fth. v&BidO&ifc ifw&sm, 6BsSll "ntdvrMJi rAuii hn TmwimtmwWmftV'y yftifymi i ulnrTi i i "ihryWIiiTi ! 7VXIr&EaUmUKXI I loHBsPSl Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. JT. K. HlfcTOBT, Gcucral niercliaiidise, ROWLAND, KY , Has 11 stocl, complcttf in all us department .Old dcslro to cull the uttuitiou ol the public to their stock of Men's and lloj' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Hoods, Notions .mil Family Country produce takim in exchange forgooiU Will have our Christmas Stock h 1st fall in mid look mil POSTED. 'I his notice forewarns hunters, ami others not to trespass on our lands uithotit permission, us all such vvilltto to the lull- cst extent of the lav. Signed T J. HILL, (ii:o II. IIOPI'DR. IM McKOlli:in'S,JR. M. S. IIAUCHMAN, I KOlll'. .McAI.ISTKR, J.K IIRUCK I S. II. SHANKS, S.H. IIAUCHMAN. MRS. HF.NRY IIAUCHMAN, A. M FKI.AND K.T PENCK 2TEW COAX YARD. I ant Agi'Lt For 1 he I SUPERIOR LTLY COAL, And vvlll keep it constantlv oil hands in mj yards in Stanford Also Lime, Sa nd & Hair. PtAu in tCall. JflllN It. HICGI.VS, Stanford. and STORE ! ".. .- and Prices. McRoberts CMrTTi"Tir - it 1 1 rrXl2! W 03Firr .n. K mmmj wm8tm& CT TMlKVW . 1 xi rx.. 1 vJvgm R. B. GEOGHEGAN, SUCCF.SSOK TO M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, 511 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of 1 ffi A 1 1 JXJpx. .-OX JX. NO O Kv cr brought to the ity of Louisville, nmv open including the KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS And alo in y own importation of English Huts and Cups An elegant line ot Canes and Ljoii's Cclehrnted Umhrellas ulvvav on hand. Kine SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, (itov e anil I other Furs, a. specialty Orders out- side of city solicited, perfect satisfaction teed Don't tail toorderu NOI1I1Y HAT U tyr TO HORSEMEBT I I am Agent for V 1 Wl ..rd COMBINATION SALE ! WI111.I1 comineiii.es I is, u, ' so il.irlug uutrv htanksrun uhlwu iliem l . me. Ilntrle llos Jamwry i, iMu. 'AM KUIL l 1 Ky YT vr t: i v bl ,- - l 4 r 1 J . !l 1 JU I f. Al i )l t l ( j; 1 5 1- i s, . ) i s 6 Vj r.3!