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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889100101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. MT. SALEM. ' Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 1889. CHURCH AFFAIRS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I . NO. 66 ...... m- - . - Sr ,,f...r n,, hi absence of 15 yours. Ills i . .. IS Willi llllll. -- M. L. KIclinrilH died ut bis borne, . .itm place at 1 o clock .. m. rriilay, I., IMS, lie ..,' wan, HviiiKborn therefore 61 ycnn, olil. 1 Ih father, Samuel ltlcl.ar.lft, . a native of New year, there sister of Mr. . M' o the rtrst of JerHeyjhlK mother was ,1UI near Staiifortl I'"'0 ,WM J"1"""1 m"- - &I,W,"K Craig Lynn, who eo.n.nencement of the some yearn no. In 1802 he married' tUf,h of tlin. lentillc American ,1,l,,,,"rt,ol,1 Miss llaiiual. McCanne, of U,u..lol,.l. fi. been ssm.l from the at the tlnu county, Mlsiouri, she , linn-illiiiiii nuom ,,',. nl.ll f r,.lt I v.w In I t.U H....ti.m ami lnM"" '""'-.- '' one thir.l more applications have boon temporarily rai.UiiK uiiiuiik then, 8 u tlmn lmvo been Krante,l, slmw n teacher. KiKl.t chil.iren were the fruits "1m,,, """ " our peop.e u, i,u phe- - "IU of thH union; live sons ami three daul.- ! and muc I. greater than eve tors, all of whom survive him, ,.xa.lt "oruiou- - number of patents Issue, his two oldest daughters. Commei.cini: , Indicates. Probably a gooil inanv of our tbe battle of life with very 11...1... i means, IllilMl lilt iril I llllnllli.llil i,il.,.,.nl,..l " '". """" """ ,' ' by industry and economy in a fe w years , ... throiiL'h tin) ollico of the Scientific Amer- nt.if.mil " ...in ho accumulated a " I l Win. W..I. ... H'.,. ,!.:..... """" Kl"' """ A..l.h ..11. Il.tlMII ,..!... He wasamanof. M ,l",n C).8 'node of the most untiring energy and when the"": f,U!'iH"r but those who have not Cincinnati Southern railway was in Knowing sumeiiiuig mil hit niniL-muMeted ne uevoieii ins diihiiicss tact to . about this, the oldest patent soliciting lio timber trado mostly and was remarkllrui in this country, probably in the ably successful. Overwork in connec- world. tion with a not very robmt constitution I'ersous visiting the ollico of the Scienperhaps bad sometl.liig to do with the tific American, :W1 Uroadway, X. Y., for complicated diseases which shortened the first time will bu surprised, on enbis days. He was liberal and charitable tering the main oltice, to find such an in bis community ami the people will extensive and elegantly equipped estabinfeel his loss. He furnished, we are lishment, with its walnut counters, formed, abiiust the entire means to build desks and chairs to correspond, and its the Bplendid schooMiouse near his resi- enormous safes, and such a largo numdence. He was buried with Masonic ber of draughtsmen, specification writers honors at the McKinney cemetery on and clerks, all busy as bees, reminding Saturday. A large concourse followed one of n large bankiug or insurance ofhis remains to the grave. fice with its hundred employes. Moberly and Macon City, Mo., p.ipers In conversation with one of the firm, will please copy the above notice and al- - who had commenced the business of soun lllnnfnfli.il! In.. DnmrMTilt. liciting patents in connection with the publication of thu Scientific American The Hbiegrans girl Is more than equal more than 10 years ago, I learned that White snow sleeps his firm to a poet's dream had made application for patents on her dreamy brow, and down her for upward of 100,000 inventors in the rounded tliro.it grows whiter till it United States and several thousands in shuttles the lace that shields her virgin different foreign countries, and bad filbosom from the sun. I'iuk spring with ed as many cases in the Patent Ollico in apple blosHOins, pelts the lingering drifts a single month as there were patents isthat long to die upon her cheek, and sued during the entire first year of their red summer slumbers witli bis heart business career. This gentleuiau had aflame within the curving of her roundseen the Talent Ollico grow from a sapClear-eye- d and soft of voice, ling ed lips. to a sturdy oak, and modestly hinther step is light and springy as the ed that many thought thu Scientific touch the Wild roe gives the mountain American, with Its huge circulation, had fleeing from her antler-e- d side when coyly performed no menu share in stimulating lover, or as that of dappled fawn on inventions and advancing thu interests dewy swanl wheiuiiorning kisses all the of the Patent Ollico. Hut it is not alone earth with tenderness. Uuund limbed, the patent soliciting that occupies the full bosomed, fair in every part,, the attention df the 100 persons employed wind dies dreamily within the meshes of by .Mil n n .t Co., but a large number are her Hosting hair, content, sw.in like, to engaged on the four publications issued sing its last sweet sonnet at the gateway weekly and ufouthly from their ollico, of her little ear. In every motion is un'Ml Broadway, .V. Y., viz: TheSciontific studied grace, in every uttered word a American, the Scientific American Supmelody, down in her limpid eyes a paraplement, the Kxport Kdition of the Scidise half guarded only by the long, soft entific American ami thu Aichiteets and lashes which she droops upon her cheek Builders Kdition of the Scientific Ameriwlien looks too bold would penetrate the of a gallant can. The first two publications aru issamtuary. The sweetheart sued every week and thu latter two the boy, she grows to be the true wife of a first of every month. noble man and soon has blosouied into brain and motherhood to make the The late Andrew Steele died intestate, brawn of old Kentucky richer in her but all of his childien, being of ace, progeny. Fab-oii- . came forward voluntarily, ami joined in a deed giving their mother tho fee simMl annual report of the commisThe ple to the whole property. This insioners of lunacy for Great Hritainsbows stance of filial affection is as touching as S 1,11 10 inthat there ore in the kingdom it is beautiful and uncommon, and it is sane persons. Various causes of insanithe strongest possible evidence that their ty am set forb in a table covering 1 father had taught them the lesson of clues. Of these l,fW persons lost self denial and affection for their mothtrouble, 8,0(10 their reason from domestic circumstances," 8,78 from er mote honoiable to his memory than from "ml verse Lexington Gamonumental marble. overwork and woiry, ,W.) from religious zette. from intemperexcitement, and lS.'-IA anions calculation has been maila ance. The intluence of heredity was asin 12lX:i cases and congenial by French statisticians concerning thu certained value of gold used in the United States defect in b.SSl. - for filling teeth and other dental purA large cave, sparkling with gold, sil- poses. They calculate that in less than ver ami sappliiies baa been discovered 100 years there will be more gold buried in the Lincoln mine atSau Podio, which in American cemeteries than thu sum has long produced ore of great value. total of that precious metal now in The cave is about 100 feet long by 50 France. wide and tlie sides are thickly studded The new pension building extends with thu precious metal and stones, nearly thu entire width of Judiciary while bowldeis of carbonate were found Square, froni4th to 5th streets and from scattered on the Hour. Thu company on- G neatly to F street. It is by far the 50,000 for this mine. ly recently refused largest building in thu world dovoted to The camp isgieatly excited. the examination and settlement of claims 1 is built of red hi ick ami for pensions. The city of Brooklyn cr.n probably coit several hundred thousand dollars. boast of having the largest In end bakery A few more rapidly-rollinyears flowloaves In the wot Id. Seventy-thousan- d a day it usually turns out, requiiing 1100 ing past like a river, vanishing liko a barrels of Hour. Throe hundred and dream, youth will be gone and the world fifty persons are employed in the bnkery will look elsewhere and i eject those who , have not already learned to reject it. Let and for delivering the bread in llrooklyn inul adjacent places, us then love that eternal beauty which over 100 wagons, constructed forthu pur- never grows old, and which endows its lovers with perpetual youth. pose are in constant use. John C. Luton is ilmvn, low with ty- nliold fovur. (Seorjjo A. hlmler, of hv- ansv lie, Iml., is now on n visit to i. ta i T ..!,.......:. 1 Mr1 I Progress of Inventions Since 1045. In tlio yenr 1815 tliu present owihth of the .'"Cientille American neWHimnerroin- .. iHi'iH'" itH iiubl cut on, nntl hooij niter tabhshutl ii btiruuti for t ho procu ri nK of IMtentH for Inventiotm nt lioinu nml In . to,.i loroiKii I'oiiutrioH. DuriiiK thu year 1815 Iln.ru mill. RlW.,...tilu Juu....,l :'"'""" V1"-- '"'" "e a. rutent o lloe. nml Ibo totnl . Hi'" 'r0' the OMtnb isbindnt of the OlHco up o tho,.,... of that year, " Rev. T. J. Cummins wps iustalled pastor of tho First Presbytetiau church nt Richmond Sunday. The National Convention of the Christian Churches will be held at the First Christian church, Louisville, on the JJ-lIo l. ar "T' 't' '"'' .ujtbis ' In-i- I. To last reports the meeting at Mt. Horeb, Fayette county, conducted by Revs. Kvanf and Hopper, had resulted in 18 additions. Rev. Ira Porter, a captain in the Salvation Army, was sentenced at Win- chesfer, Iud., to six months in jail to pay a flnu of $300 for seduction. The W. 0. T. U., initri State meeting at Hopkiinville, resolved against cigarettes and tobacco and in favor of tho same penalty for prostitution against both sexes. r-- Tho protracted meeting held at tho ST11 1 ;. ....... """"" ."".:.' "'" Mt. Vernon Baptist Church by Rev. W. H. Felix, closed Sunday night. During the meeting there were IM additions to thu church. Midway Clipper. I n. refutation of thu story published thnt there are no churches in Harlan and but few the News, of that county, offers to prove that there aru 115 churches and 52 within her limits. Thu late Cincinnati Conference of the M. E. Church adopted a report "that no divorce, except for adultery, shall bu regarded as lawful, and that no minister shall solemnize a marriage whon either party has been divorced save as above stated." The Jefferson Street Methodist church, nt Louisville, which was dedicated only n few days ago, caught fire from Boino oiled rags and would have been destroyed but for thu dream of Miss Belle Ferguson, who wont to tho church and found thu altar in flames. It is pretty tough on a congregation to listen to the same preacher for 10 years.. In 100 years the Presbyterian church at Bethlehem, X. J., has had but 0 pastors, tbreu of whom included the present incumbent have served 40 years school-houseschool-house- s (,)in.l' 'hcs i Will Ramsey, a boy of Pine Hill, had a finger jerked oil' by having it caught in a bridle iciu on a plunging horse. Two men weru m rested at Livingston Sunday, charged with shooting at switch lights and tearing down caution boards belonging to the railroad. They will bo brought here Monday. Thu Miles City (Montana) Courier announces Dr. R. G. Redd for State Senator fiom that county and says the doctor will be elected. Doc is a Rockcastle boy and will do honor to his native State. L. 11. Adams has closed out his goods in stock and retired from the mercantile business. F. L. Thompson now occupies the Adams building and Dr. D.ivis will move his drug storo to thu building vacated by Thompson. Three brothers, T. O. White, of Crab Orchard, 11. G. White, of Tazwell, Tenn., nnd R. M. White, of Greenfield, Mo., were here last week, It was their first meeting for IM years. R. M. White proposes to return here next spring, backed byu company, to drill for oil and develop some of our mineral resources. Mrs. Lucy Nield has returned from, a lecturing trip to Hopkinsville. C. Crooko was down Sunday to see the children. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown are in Louisville to have their little son treated. Mace Miller is working at Livingston during thesicknessof Rolla Guthrie, thu agent. J. W. Stephens was here from Berea Sunday. Mrs. Katu O'Mara ami children, with Miss Georgia Cree, of Tennessee, are visiting relatives here. Hugh and Tom Miller, Mrs. Molliu Lov-e- ll and Misses Mattie New comb and Leila Williams went to Louisville Sunday to-da- Just What Dry Goods is Needed ! ' In A House in which you can find and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, Glassware, &c. Groceries, Any of the above goods exchanged for Country Produce. We do a stilwlly Cash Business and our prices are the LOWEST. Come and see what we can save you. JONES BROS., Next door to Portman House. Stanford, Ky. NEW DRESS GOODS, New Flannels, new Canton Flannels, JVew Ginghams, new Penangs, New Calicoes, new Trimmings, New Buttons, new Hosiery, New Underwear and new Blahltets. night. Tolcs Wallace, our noted fisherman, has long desired to do some underground or cave fishing in the Sinks of Round-stonLast Wednesday, against tho advice of friends, he made the venture and went into the hole for a good distance. Clambering over many drift idles and large bowlders bu found by thu aid of torches a lake, into which he had scarcely dropped his hook when it was snapped olf iustauter. He caught several nice bass, one throe pounder, two salmon and a big eel. His torches gave out. Says he will go prepared next time to catch 00 pounds. ilue-lookiu- g Call and see our gents' JVaukenphast Petiole Congress Shoe; also fall line ladies' and Children's Shoes. r e. SEVERANCE & SON. each. , 10,-1- K) 1 g New-York- A patent lor thu manufacture of artificial inaplo sugar lias been issued. It is made by adding to a gallon of ordiuii- ry sugar syrup tlneo tablespoonfuls of a .!.... ...... in ..... uclui.hu.. ...... v frnm "" ' liurk. Thu invontorsays that this syrup limin,n.0 ...Mi..., maple ngu 9 bed from thu syrup. i- .... lilM.-nr- v theclick of thu typointlioconi-posinstick of the printer better than thu click of the musket in thu bauds of the soldier. It bears n leaden messenger of deadlier power, of sublimer force and surer aim, whjeh will hit its mark though it s it thousand years ahead." "1 liko g Imp j A Baptist church, consisting of 11 members, was organized at Judge J. R. Sampson's l.iw ollico Monday night at Middlesborough. Elder It. C. Medaris, bounder Clouse and L. M. Sharp constituted the council. Thu church meets in prayer meeting every Wednesday night, and in Sunday-schoo- l every Sunday In Due Form. morning at Judge Sampson's law ollicu. A man was arraigned in an Arkansas w ill be preaching every second There court, several years ago, for stealing a and fourth Sundays in each month. pig out of his neighbor's pen, said pig, Cumberland Gap. or slioat, being alleged to be worth $1.50. A citizen of this place was presiding The evidence was conclusive and the some years ago over the deliberations of jury after a brief retirement brought in a meeting, and things were not going to their verdict, "Guilty of hog stealing in suithii... Ho finally deliveied thu fol- the first degree." lowing opinion: "According to parliaThe judge remarked that the finding s mentary law, it requires a was proper enough, except that it failed vote to carry that motion, and the chair toasess the value of the pit', and furdecides that there are not that many ther that there was no degree in hog here." The meeting at once adjourned. stealing. He must ask the jury to retire That settled it. Atchison (Kan.) Chain again and bring in the verdict in due pion. form. The jury went out with pen, ink and Of the realm of home woman is tho queen. Houiu takes its cue and its line piper, but wore badly nonplused over from her. If she Is in thu bes,t sense wp. that word "form." Finally one of them, manly if she is true and tender, loving who had formerly been n justice of the and heroic, patient and she peace, drew up a document to which tho consciously or unconsciously organizes other 11 assented, iiul with uhich all and puts in operation a set of influences hands returned to the court room. This that do more to mould the destiny of the was the verdict: "We, thu jurey, pusilauimoiisly find nation than any man, uncrowned by the defendant guilty in the sum of 1 dolpower oi eloquence, can possibly do. lar and a J in favor of the hog. A smart young lady recently entered a Companion. railway carriage nlready occupied by The Usi: or Ick in Pxiu'moxia. The throe or four members of thu opposite sex. Ouu of then, in the familiar style London Lancet lefers to t,bu success wo know so well, produced a cigar and which has attended the treatment of his match box and said "1 trust madam pneumonia by the applieitiou of ice: that smoking is not disagreeable to The method adopted is to apply over the you?" "Really sir," (with the sweetest nirected lung an India rubber big conof smiles) "I can't tell, for as yet no gen- taining ice continuously for from 12 to 21 hours after the crisis. In addition to tleman has smoked in my presence!" ... thu local treatment, tho patients aro givSamuel Sands, who is probably the en such medicines in mo usually cm- -' oldest printer living, being in bis 00th ployed, that is to say, opium, ipecacuan- year, attended tho recent celebiation in na, digitalis, brandy, etc. Baltimore of tho 75th anniversary of the "My friends aro responsible for my bombirdiitent of Ft. Mcllunry. As an ojlice of tho Baltimore being here," said the prisoner, bitterly. apprentice in thu "How was that?" asked thosynipathct-i- c American he first put "Thu Star Spanvisitor. gled Banner" in typo from tho nuthor's "I was sentenced to bo bunged, but oiiginal manuscript and distributed it they got tho governor to commute it to through the streets of thu city. , life iinpiisonmont." Harper's Bazar. j . . Mis. Homespun "I'll tell you where "Since you have insisted on tiying my you can find a job of sawing flvu cords ' hat on Miss Mabel, Ishalleertainly claim of wood, poor man!" Tiamp (eagerly) the forfeit." "I don't know what you "Where, mum?" Mis. Homespun a good this sir, "Just mound the corner of tho nox mean, theyand besides; from isn't can see us place; the hotel." street." Tramp "Thank ye, mum; I'm . much obliged. 1 might have run right The Only Guaranteed Cure into it if it hadn't been for you." Amer for all Mood Unit uud liuiuori, pimplci, blotches, eruption and kin ih.e.c of every name and naica. ture, I Dr. I'iercc' Gulden Medical Diicincry. "Darling," ho said, "your eyes aro na A certificate of guarantee from a responsible butt-nehome warrant it tQ benefit or cure, or monbright as diamonds, your teeth ns white ns pearls, your lips as red as lubies and ey refunded, Clironlc Nasal Catarrh positively cured by Dr. "Yes, George," she replied sweetly, "and you're as green as mi em- Sage's Ueincdy. 50 cents, by druggists. erald." Thou Georgiu went out into tho What A Fortune jet black night. Jewelors' Weekly. Is a good healthy, pearly Wn. Few nro aware two-third' i el . OUR jCelebrated Buell Boots and men's sizes. Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed and hand welts. Ladies' fine hid and goat Shoes in machine sewed and hand turned. Gum Boots, Arct'ics and sandals in children' s, blisses, women and men's sizes. boys' Vamps, Have arrived; single, and Rubber-Line- d bo.v toe in kip and calf. Boys' extra plain and high Buell Button Boots; Brogan Boots in split, and liiv; plain and box toe in child's, oil-gra- in BRUCE & McROBERTS. A C. SINE. SifJE & S-aS- K0TOH AND DRESSED DOORS ii ESEFEE LUMBER, Dealers In- J.N. MENEFEK. - 9 Laths, Shingles, Etc., AjSTD BJCXISTDS ! Mouldings, Brackots and Scroll Work, PATENT WERE W'e will A1TD SLAT FEITOB, first-clas- Cedar and Locust Post3. s carry a lull stotk of everything found in a Lumber Yard. A. C SINE, Ilusiness Mamger. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Haul: Krrjihii). Short JInnil.Telr(raph..tr.t ll'rO j'tir Ctitiilnyite 11ml 'nil hifortiiiitiim. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., i AIIICIII I bVUlO Isalakin V W K7 Isf Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD, KY. Wrlli drilled to order and I'umps furnished at 3 factory prices. mmm ePrtoui svnte N wAiBAmnCHmcofti(o- - A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving both I. M. KRUCE, UVSK7, SAL! AND T.OTTTSVILLE & STABLE, FEED STANEOHD.KY, SPECIAL ATTENTION to CO.MMKUCIAL travelers Hordes and mules bought and ssld. horses and vehUlcs med in lis cry. Only Also agent for 'he first-cla- ss and" A half THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the ureal commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hence inc lasiesi time ami most coimuriaoie trains ue tween all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest, 'the counterpart of this train on all runk lines is denominated The limited Express. The1 superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons Unlimited Comfort UT At all Coupon Ticket Olfices in the South you will Cud our time tables and tickets. Say Mo-noget Motion nnd suck to Moiion, ii you want to save money und have n pleasant journey. yis0u,-- CINCINNATI ounce of ground quassia, steepof vinegar, is recommended Ilia trade and ed in a pint 11.....A,. Hmulu civ. i vvniiilcifill L'OOll highly us a euro for drunkenness. A ......... should tho talcs oJpoulncly mtirvu'ou., winch can be ,, , B0 ndvico whon he said a said way ex;cpt llMt ,eeoUBleJ in a littlo water should bu tak,i,e market. Ak for en every time thu liquor taste is felt. It tha i,e,t never cliango his business after ho was wlthou, 35 years old, unless ho was a horsothief. and be me you set me. souuine. We kce, it. A. satisfies tho craving and produces a feelR- l'cnnJr' ing of stimulation and strength. "weit. -.- Western Hural. Bojjfj's Ohorry Cough It Eivinic ilciulid .ilnf.icil n to Syruy. ul of the blioit time It takis for a disoidered lncr to causo blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. One bottle of 1IEGOV ULOOD 1'lJltIFIER and Ul.OOD MAKKR will restore this organ to its of all impuritici. WAITER Oj0DJARVESTJHC CO. 3Tor Sal I ! j,,, - : a, MrCOKMICK. U......1I Mu r..m aF Ac arr.l situated nil natural and healthy (tale, and cleanse the blood General Passenger Agent, Chicago. It U ir.enini; wit'i wonderful the Lancaster pike two miles from btanlord. I no ' land Is all In grass; a comfortable duelling ol 4 Citv Ticket Agents and Offices: success. Vi guarantee eviry bott e. A, R. Peni c.i ... .'.is.... I, M, IIuck'nh, tij 4th Ays., Louisville, Ky rooms is stuaiea upon 11. ny, Druggist. A MJNEDICT, Stanford. B. A. ToiKtNC if) Vine St., Cincinnati Ohio. ?A rgiA ' JUIi' -- v5t jpfpw!1? h. .t h ;t it K"' ti io t. Judge Lumkln, of the Superior Ip tho people along the line from here THE-'o Niislivillo ever expect to do anything Court of Georgin, was thrashed nt Hart-to secure the building of the road, wo bo-- ! well by Ir.i 0. Van Duror, nn irate nttor-- i is tlio time they should mnke'ney, whoso veracity he hnd impugned in Stanford, Ky., OoronFt 1. 1889 a move. Several of tlio counties havo court. A young white man named Evans voted to take stock in the Cincinnati, Alabama & Atlantic and Pulaski is to vote eloped with n colored womnn of 45 nnd W. P. WALTON, next Saturday on the question of sub- the mother of 10 children ut Springfield, scribing 575,000. If the road is built, it O.. this week. Evans left n young wife OF-Taxxkr is not pension commissioner is more than probable thattho Kentucky behind. At White Sulphur Springs Joe Hose, doing ns much talk-in- s Central will extend from Livingston to any more, but ho is and writing ns ever, and thereby Somerset, unless n more desirable offer white, playfully shoved a negro boy keeping the administration in hot water. is made to them from this point, which against a stove, when he went out and He wrote a long private letter to that we believe is the most practicable. With arming himself returned and deliberate-sho- t him dead. other pestiferous crank, Private Dalell, the proper effort in Lincoln, Casey, Adair The Big Bend Tunnel nnd Gobi Minto which nftor unbosoming himself in a Metcalf, Monroo and Allen counties, we can secure tho building of a road which ing Company of Butte county, Cnl., said fret and easy way, he adds a postscript great will open up n splendid territory and be to bo one of tho largest minim: schemes saying, "I have written you with , freedom. Don't give me any cause to of incalculable benefit to each of the of modern years, lies collapsed, with a Hoots, Shoes, Caps, regret it by saying anything about this counties. The opportunity to do some- lom of $2,000,000. A deputy sheriff named Vann was letter. It is to you solely." But Dalzcll thing is now within their grasp and if Oil Cloths, ever commences request and enterprising 1nen along the lino will shot and killed nt Birmingham, Ala., by paid no attention to this goods week. the letter to the press. Secretary awake Jo the importance of tho effort, a negro named Steele, whom ho tried to undispu- give Noble comes in for his share of blame, the road will bo built on their line. We arrest. A posse pussuod Steele and ridlutucu nouoay Ootli is dled him with bullets. while others are treated without gloves. would especially urge upon our own to bedin to Fifteen prominent citizens of Mercer to shako off their lethargy nnd begin With becoming candor the old fellow adgoodL of does county, W. Va., have been put in jail for mits that ho stepped out in preference to at once to do something for themselves being kicked out. Ho says: "I have and their posterity by inducing the C. lynching the negro, Carter, nt Bluelleld. not tlio slightest doubt but that I would & X. or some other company to build the Carter, who was charged witli attempted have been removed if I had not resigned; line before the opportunity forever slips rape, is said to havo been innocent. John II. Quinn, who murdered his in fact I know it. Xoblo had certainly from them. wife nt Alton, Pa., Thursday morning by pronounced his ultimatum to be my Tiik Jess .mine county democrats have tiring five shots into her body, commitboys' head or his resignation; and of course, a wool Chevoit decided to adopt the Woodford plan of ted suicide in theSmithport jail by hangbreak in his cabinet would have embar- holding primary elections and liuve fixSS.O0: boys Ion s wool Chevoit ing himself with a sheet from his cot. rassed President Harrison greatly." ConS boys' overcoats ed on Oct. 14th nsthe day to begin. The So; Mary Donnelly, the nurse stabbed cluding, he throws out a feeler to Ohio overcoats S5j plan is as follows: "A committee of three by Mrs. Robert Ray Hamilton, has been blue satin-face- d wool veterans ns follows: "Of the future I good men vll be appointed from every engaged to exhibit herself inn New York overcoats blue, know nothing. If the boys, and particSimpprecinct to go to every man's house in museum nt $75 per weeicwhile the stab-be- r Pn.rti1.ps nil. vw js3j ..r..,,7. J ff.fMt7I,a1 ularly those in Ohio, acquiesce, why, it iv llfLLLll 'r the precinct and take his vote ut the vois engaged at hard labor in the peniis safe to say that Tanner will be left be week is to adverter's own home, where it will be depos- tentiary. where he is in the Boup." The letter every too ited in the ballot box. If any man is abwe is The Military Company that the Bettles Mio latter question. If the looter AV : nn. In Mil. n.ttfl.spp. nu.r rtnnrls n..tr1. .1. t is his own fault. Furthermore "boys" have organized here has been had any show for another appointment sent it tho committee is to keep traveling if it named tho "Helm Guards," in honor of we before, it went glimmering when Dalzcll event get all the votes." How Mrs. Ben Hardin Helm, nnd has applied n a. ohtuice on ; betrayed his confidence and the public takes week to we Christ-ma- s would our democratic voters and candi for admission to the State Guards. E- cin rest assured tint ho is out for good, dates like the plan ? week town Nowb. unless the G. A. It. forces Harrison to do Main St., Trains No. 3 nnd 4 of the Louisville M. SALINGER, Malinger. something for him. His original appoint The prisoner, Clem, who refused to go Southern, over tho removal of which the ment was with a view to holding the sol- with tlio other prisoners when they dier vote and the desire to placate that broke jail at Harlan, wishes now he had Shelby and Mercer county people comButte City, Mont., Inula $:500,000firc class of voters nny cause him to be lad- not been so conscientious. The jury plained greatly about a month ago, havon Siiudnv at which three firemen were! led out of the soup tureen and again giv- gave him n life sentence fprthemurderof at last been ordered restored by the killed. officials. en a fat job. Harrison was not fooled in Stewart nnd the troops havo been placed Tonnchsce shows an increoheof $100,- B. F. Curtis and John Wallace, n selecting him to be commissioner, for it on duty to see that he does not make his 000.000 in taxablcs over the assebsmeiit is charged thnt ho was aware that he was escape. The jury wps out at the timo of letter carrier, of Cairo, III., quarreled of 1SS0. placing in a most important and respon- the jail delivery and Clem was so sure over the removal of Tanner nnd the of Mr. Mr. Hennessy, formerly n devoted Cur Js over the head with a Catholic, created a sensation nt Lexingsible otflco a man who was universally that it would follow the usual custom of known in his own neighborhood to have the cection and acquit that he thought molasses jug, producing injuries that re- ton, Sunday, by rushing into St. Paul's be to of traded politically wholly "upon his ser he had a better thing than running off. sulted fatallv. during high mats service and dragging new from, Maj. Gen. D. II. Hill n distinguish-evice as a soldier and never to have shown A life sentence is something now under his two daughters unceremoniously out ofllcer of the C. S. A., died last week any other fitness or ability for important the Harlan sun. of the church. in Charlotte, N. C, nged 08. Since the oflics than nn unbridled tongue and un Two maiden sisters named Hawkins, Hanson Pbnn Diltz, of HopkinsviUe, war he uos been engnged In the publica- in Webster county, were enpiged in bounded "cheek." who has made several worthy contribu- tion of the Field and Farm in the town washing, wiien, in passing near wnere a Oils, School Boohs, Enough of the true inwardness of tho tions to literature, is about to issue a of his adoption. tiro blazed under a kettle of water, the low first-clas- s tho result of the pension oflico investiga- novel entitled, Dunleath Abbey, or the Reinnund Holzlmy, the train robber, clothing of one suddenly took tin-- , mid goods. ood tion has leaked out to show that n great Fatal Inheritance. It will be bound in stage robber, murderer, burglar and gen to do ere assistance could reach them both were deal of rottenness grew and fostered un- cloth and sold at $1.50. Considerable eral bandit, who was captured a few days unul best workman-lik- e enveloped in flames mid burned to der Tanner, though the report is said to anxiety is felt nmong his brethren of ago at Republic, Mich., lias escaped from Very death. have been doctored to some extent to the quill to S03 the new work, which the Bessemer, Mich., jail, along with MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. let the late commissioner down ns easily will be printed by G. W. Dillingham, several other prisoners. as possible. Nearly all the office force New York. Georgo Howard, a negro convict T. C. Itaukin, son of Hon. David were some getting back pay to from Grayson county, committed suicide Tins is Louisville's gala week. The in his ceil at Frankfort with n small liaukiu, of Wayne, nnd Miss Naiimu B. the amount of $0,000 nnd more, without Doolin were married at Somerset lust excuse or justification. The odor of fall celebration is in progress nnd she is piece of rope, which lie had gotten hold putting the big pot in the little one witli of in some way. It is very unusual for week. scandal will continue to cling to this adA Michigan man mid woman havo ministration, which has made nn ex- unusual success. Half fare on all the one of his race to take his own life. been living together a hutdmud and ceedingly bad start to perpetuate its rot- railroads will induce many hayseeds to Tho Powell court, after giving the wife for 7b years. How tired they must tako in the big show nnd in turn be tak- cntireA'ek to ten party irt power. the attempt to get a jury be of each other en in by sharpers, who are over on the in tho parties for the the C. G. Hogere, of Pulaski, and .Miss of Chica- lookout for suckers. Cartek Hakhison, assassination of John A. Rose, adjourn- Josephine Walls, of the West End, obgo and formerly of Kentucky, has issued ed after securing 11, "a it was then too tained license yesterday nnd will be marNEWS CONDENSED. an address to the citizens of his native late to try the case during the week's ried at tlio bride's father's State urging their assistance in securing Harlan countv is to build n $9,oC0 term. Wo are just in reieipt of the news of for Chicago tho World's Exposition of jail. The second section of a Hudson Cen- tho mnrriagu of Mrs. Miller, tho estima 1892, ndding: We promise you, if ChiThe Emery candle works nt Cincin tral passenger train crashed into its disa ble lady who lived ninny years in this cago be selected to perform this pleasure nati burned; loss $0,000. near Palntino bled second section, and duty for her country, she will splenIt. M. Vnnarsdnll's residence burn- Bridge, N. Y. A Wagner coach filled vicinity, to Mr. Siguiund Lincher, of J. Frankfort, a gentleman of high stand didly fulfill nil expectations and accom- ed; loss $2,500; insurance $1,100. with people was demolished nnd five ing. plish every wish her proudest citizen The Confederate Monument Associa- were killed and five wounded. The blame I). E. Marcuui, a widower of 20 may entertain not forgetting, on such tion of Kentucky Women reports that it is on tho flagman. ear- years, anil MNs Man Colh-y- , the nn occasion, to show to such of you ns lias raised $3,ftS0.:i5. The News nys that W. E. Hell, who old daughter id II .1 Colli, were margrace her borders some of that genshall Dennis Kellher, of Philadelphia has been clerk of tho Anderson court for . ried by Judge 1. union at the erous hospitality for which you are so robbed his employer, with whom he hnd 21 years, has resigned to take the posiin the presence justly famed. Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture been since boyhood, of over tion of assistant cashier in the Lawrence- Gov. Lee respited for two weeks tho burg Bank. Judge Deluuen will likely of several ouiig lady and gentlemen and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods The Louisville Post had an item mnk. negro boy condemned to be bung last can be bought in the cities. Give mo a trial and you will be appoint Squire J. A. McGuire till the ing Loving W. Gaines, of the Clarksville d Friday in Chesterfield, Va., for rape. next August election. that I sell lower than tho lowest. Tenn., Progress, the hero of nn elopepresiGun. Sherman was The Army of the Tennessee adopted FOR SALE OR ment with n Southern Kentucky belle, dent of the Society of the Army of the a resolution which declares in favor of Good House and l.otai May wood Suitable for is evidently a mistake. Mr. Gaines but it on lot. teacher Good Tennessee at the Cincinnati reunion. pensioning tho old, feeble and disabled doctor or to l) I.. SThl'UKNSON, writes us that since we printed his picApply Etta Rawlins, the young woman soldiers nnd their widows nnd orphans, May wood, Ky. 41 ture and said he was in the matrimonial horse thief, of West Virginia, nfter inmarket, he has been deluged witli letters dictment, hns been adjudged a lunatic. but does not favor n general service penDealer In sion for every soldier who enlisted but from tho fair sex offering to make him a ! Mrs. Sarah Sims, of Tennesse, saw a did not either march or fight in the Benedict. So it will be seen thnt there train for the first time Friday nnd immeI uish to tell my Farm of 170 Acrct, situated on j is no occasion for him to elope to marry. diately expired of fright nnd henrt di- - War. Tr tvnu nrnvil lii'foro the roroinr the Hyattiville and Klrktvillc pike, i mllei worn Some girl may run oil" witli him, but he . lancatir It it wtll watered, ha upon It a coin- sense. STANFORD, KY. that tho frOiullt CnL'llle WlllCll teleSCOned foitabledwelllmrhnuie. .t.iU... nrrh.ir,lln r.M doesn't have to run off with a girl. John Fries, n discharged lover, as- a passenger conch at Chicago last Tues-' haVe ,,U 'ur J. HANSUEURV WKST, Hyatuvllle. Judge Bakbouh says ho will bo a can- sassinated Miss Georgia Strong, as sho day evening, killing six people, was jS was walking with a friend, in Baltimore, driven by a drunken engineer, who hnd didate to succeed himself as Superior just been reinstated from his third susCourt judge, if tho legislature shall sco and made his escape. A West Virginia lover revenged him- pension for intoxication by his father, proper to continue tho court. Of course Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is by killing the girl, who refused him, who is master mechnnic of tlio road. 1 lils notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and that body will see proper to continue it self others not to trctptss on our lands without per. full and complete. Wo call special attention to our and tho man who got her, in a few days Down nt Luverne, Ala., a negro was mission, ns all such will be prosecuted to In full. There are few offices created thnt are ever after their marriage. against tlio pro- est exiuu of the law. Signed: appointed postmaster abolished and wo expect to see an addihtdestir-o-ctibl- e A number of prominent Chicago tests of most of tho citizens, who deterf T tional judge put in tlio court instead of OKO. I) HOPI'KK, women havo formed an association and mined that ho should not hold tho oflico. I.'m'. Mci&IIKK'ISJK. M.V IIAUtiUMAk, The best Casket of tho kind ever invented. dispensing with the services of tho other Koiir. McAMsrux, j.k iir.ucr. employed n lawyer to prosecute the They were successful, but lost the ofllce a a.u. UAUUiiniAN, aimrvivn, three. under tho most approved method when desired. A. M FKLAND Embalming gamblers of that city. in tho attempt, Wanamaker hnving or- - MKS.IIKNKVUAUGIi.MAN. K.T. PKNCK. IOI1N W HOLMES. George Stono lias confessed that he, dered it discontinued when ho learned a. 'VXVmiS' This is a great country. A J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and E nbalmer. ? V.'ttJUc U. V. llUI..Mr.a, Al. KIUHAKDS, lins just been dispatched to Hayti for Clem Mossey mid ltufus Buchanan mur of tlio methods employed IMHL1IKUT TICHAKDS no other purpose than to carry Fred dered Thompson Burkley in Lincoln The right of free speech seems to bo Douglas, the negro minister, thereto. county, Tenn., for $10. abridged in Pulaski. Tlio IJeporter says: 4?. Considering tlio value of the services of State officers will ho elected in "The opposition to tlio railroad among jwlu; J&. n minister to that littlo island, it would North and South Dakota, Washington some of tho peoplo about Tatovillo is so As Executor of tlio late W. I). Draxdale, I will seem that tlio "nagur" might imvo gone and Montana All, save perhaps strom: that when Mr. James May went nt til its . ...- 3DETJO-0-IS- T .uv..w ..va. wuij r (v .rtf1inr In I.Inrnln rnnnlu l J$p &c on some vessel sailing for there or taken Montana, will go republican. there to speak yesterday SOIllO Of tJlO "oreianu, on t and propelled himself a canoo or At Pittsburg2,000 men were thrown citizens threatened violence nnd so in-- , Tuesday, October out of employment and a loss of 0 thither. uiiiiuiiicii unit mi iv nuo mi.uu iu iu Sell at public Rale, the citato of s.ild Draxdale con DRUGS, B00K3, CTATIONiJRY, entailed by the partial destruction of tempt to speak." sisting in pari 01 , The court of appeals has decided thnt line aired and one Marlins mule, some cowi. tho VcHtiiighou8u electric plant. FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Mary Jano Graves has filed suit nt one yearling filly, four heifers, two steer calves, tlio Fleming county prohibition law, Joo Pulitzer, pioprietor of tlio Woild FlonilnbiirgforSM.OMt which makes it a crime even to give n Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. oilers to be one of 25 men to subscribe Cllltrles A. Graves, her for Danville ftJlustonville Turnpike Company; three man a drink of liquor, is unconstitutionsliirca of stock In Ilole National Hank, of Il.in $100,000 each for a guarantee fund of $2, seduction. Tho petition alleges thnt ho lllc; blacksmith shop and lot in Millcgcville, al, nnd thus does tlio glorious cause get 500,000 to further the World's Fair. rtr. Accomplished her ruin wl.cn alio was in Lincoln cuuni, personalty, for all sunn over another black eye. Terms: l'or ten Tho oUtli birthday of Miss Frances her 12th year, and that nt l.'J years ofi dollars, credit of threo months inteiest nt 6 per THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, cent, per annum Irom date: nolo with aiii K. AVillaid, President of tho National i At UlounUville, Ga., a man was lined mijiuu ,ti.i age 8110 gave- i.fi. ito u ..t.ii.i ...i.!t. uicu curityi negotiable and payable in liustonville utrui Christum Temperance Union, JUKI DOIOro-lllCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Said blacksmith $200 for kissing a pretty girl without her Woman fllini' Ol tho Bull. TllO National Dank creditor six months, shop unci lot ntcrcs t from will bo sold on consent. Stolen kisses may bo the was celehiatud generally by the body. defendant n Kver brought to this market. Prices lower than nnd hns hithereto t date, note and kccurny as aoovo specified, and edon said property to sweetest, but they come pretty high It is a wonder she admits to such antiq- tnkon n very nctivo interest in church ; pnrcli.ue money. This Oct. ist, 1889. secure the the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. paired on shortnotice and warranted. uity. 11. jiuuwa, iixecutor. sometimes. I js matters. Semi-Weekly Interior journal I 1 liove-no- GREATEST SALE Clothing. Dry Goods, Dross Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, pco-pl- Flannels, Jeans, Illankets, Notions, Hats, Carpets, Matting, Trunks, $c, held in Stanford this bought for cash. Always hear in mind as an Ml can aeny, mat u wivuuu, a physical and a financial ijnpossibility for any House in this or any other county sell any hind whatever as CHEAPLY as THE LOUISVILLE STORE. sold this all acP2s suits SI, worth $2.50; suits $1.50, worth pants suits $S.50, worth $5; men' all $1.25, men's '. o0, worth SI2.50; worth $8; men's all worthand Melton brown suits and beaver 6.50, worth $12.50; American indigo Alanchestcrs, sons black and rtrau. Mcmm.nrli. s ,, mJ lhthati will tise v article m the store, as our space is small. All want for ,.I.t ?uo a ticket with msnse BARGAINS, but also give yon dollar's worth Organ which of goods for give away during at THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford. at 5 cents per yard. It - m impossible for us Mo-no- Having purchased the interest former hnd Stag!, I will conduct the business at the old stand, whire I shall pleased supply tin wants all d patrons a Full Stock of Drugs Paints, style. I and Silverware at prices, for Jeweler, ready I have a jewelry repairs in the respectfully, Wall Paper, Jewelru watch W. B. MoEOBSBTS. d, SEW FURNITURE STOREf MACK HUFFMAN PB,(DP 1 enso-again- st to-da- -- 17-- x Court-llou-- e b. con-vince- RENT. school-hou- se Bo Mo FABM FOB. SALE WEA1EN, Furniture and Undertakers' Goods! ! 1 '"""TllnX'l"'"'"' POSTED. The Largest, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Celling Decorations and Window Shades 1 1 I f T btjejax casket, 11 mnn-of-w- ar Exooutor's Sale. I. A aja.9 to-da- nr (IV Ml dug-ou- $100,-00- 1 1 st, '89, iMtmwransr ilg JEWELER, JJ-VIA- 3A 1 1 grand-fathe- r, ..- I I well-to-d- o Z&L , wje 5.- fe inS' ' "&rAJWiMA&iA frfftyfci 4mki r m&iv&& ftrj6aaaiwwwM 2 . - fife j&gfca.',' I Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Kym I ' Stanford, Octoijeii t, 1880 E.O.VALTON,DUS.MnnQRer FEfi'NAL Mu. J. II. ItituniT Bcintini. .Miw. Ik OINTS down with tlio inrcnU J. I'.Jonkx Miw. Ih vlmtiiiK'liLT in Cincinnati. J. ll.in ri'lutivi'H In (tnrranl. Mil ami JIih, M.S. Witiiihis went to Mil and C. are visiting LoiiIkvUIc J. 1!. Ko.stkii in koeiiiiiL' hooka in tlio Jonrh Uiios. are receiving a stock of 8. II. Shanks has none, to Oinciunn boots and shoes. to buy uooiIh. m Hkkiiit Fkuiiili., of Wayne, is visiting Notick the beautiful sackings In tho his mother here. window of Owsley it Craig, Mist Ida Woods, of SomerHet, is visiting MrH. Mark Hardin. Nkw lot of jewelry nnd watches just W. II. ItllADV ANII WIKBllIld J. D. Hoi received. W. JJ. Mcltoberts. derman have none to tho fall celehra- Wk are opening up tho largest lot of ion, Misb IIcssik ltifiiAiiDs is bicoininji al- fall and winter goods wo have ever most asexpertinthe poHtoflicc as wuslier handled. Owsley it Craig. sister, Miss Hose. Oi'H fall stock of millinery has arrived Hiciianii Xkwlanii is "riding sheriff" and wo cordially invito the ladies to call Ho for his father, Mr. T. I). Nowland. and examino It. CourU) & Cox. is only 17, but attends to his business ns well as a man of double his years. Tin: Iinisvillo train, with an extra car, was loaded to tho guards yesterday CITY AND VICINITY. with people taking advantage of the half lino of lamps just received at rates now being ollered. A ciioick Jones Urns'. Fifk A May gave a free legerdeman performance on the street last night, which of course was well attended. That kind always are. Stanford Female College J. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. HUBBAUD, A. 31., - . . . President. Excellent llnarillnir Department. Full Information glrcn on application. Duciplinc Strict. Instruction My jeweler, Mr. 1J. Danks, has ar31. rived and is ready to wait on any who wish anything dono in his line. Ho is Thoroug X! also an expert engraver and will do that kind of work at very reasonable rates. W. 11. McKoberts. '.r Vil A- :w lr a singlu Lincoln county republican has gotten an ollice yet, the fact does not hope is makappear. The ing many of the faithful very and we would not bo surprised if it also makes democrats out of them. long-deferre- d weak-knee- d T. R. t WALTON,Dealer In- - - t t i I - 4 f i-- just received at Mr. Thomas Metcalf, has jut received a of stoves, both cooking and heating. A pretty big order for a city of Wi: can save you money on hanging tills size. Jones Urns'. Kl'OKNIA l'l'I.I.IAM, Of tllO Sliolby lumps. Mint 9 9 City vicinity, is tlio uncut of Mies Mamie Matt Gaokn, the hasuhallist who took 9 A VKUY handsome lino of sacking Will Foster's shoes from the Portman The Garrard county committee is enLynn. flannels at Owsley & Craig's. Mum. Hks S. Ho vi i, of Knox villi1, in House, returned them Saturday night. deavoring to nominate a democratic tickvisiting her jiarunts, Dr. and Mr. 1. V. Oct. Sth iB tho date of the next and He says that ho could not find his and et for county offices without the cost and last Wcsturn Harvest Kxcurslon, at one having to take tho night train, he had no bad oHccta of a primary. The majority alternat ve than to get tho hrst pair In of the candidates are willing to submit Miit. I, M. HiiitkIh in Louiftvilloon a faro for tlio round-trip- . ccltv sight. their claims to the committee to decide liopinu tour and to sou the fall FitKsn Hkkp from young, fat cattle and who are the strongest men, and next h ration. best Eteak at 10 cents per pound, always The Stanford Branch of tho Southern Saturday has been fixed to settle upon Mil W. A. Moiikhi.v, of Ixindon, Ih on Building it 1mn Association of Knn.x- - the standard bearers. . on hand at I Hampton's. a visit to Mr. A. L..Sooniitnoreiinilotli-rt'lativcHville, was organized hero Saturday night VTi: have thu largest stock of ladies', with W. A i Trihblu, president and attorArrr.it making all tho girls how legged Mil It. F. Con an, bHtT known nn gents' and Misses shoes to be found in the trustees have askney; A. A. Warren, secretary and treas- and 11! "Dim." in liurv, nftiT an ahsenco of this market. Owsley & Craig. urer; J. A. Carpenter, W. 1U Hill, W. M. ed for bids for repairing thu inferable yearn, sjM'iit in Montana. I'm i'kmknt. George Daugherty and O'l'iyuii, M. F. Unlet, J. D. Holdermaii, pavement, which runs along the College Mas. Maiitiia McAi.ihtkii, Mica Mattiu Miss Annie, daughter of Havid Stringer, J. S. llocker and James A. Mudd direc- grounds and they will perhaps get it and Mr? J. 0. Kvaiih and children hav tors. The stock is divided into shares of fixed iu a year or two. The council eloped toTeiinecsce Sunday for tlio visitim: relative hero. 1(K) and 105 bavo already been placed should force its immediate construction of becimlllg ' 'ie. .Ii'ikju V. It. Caiisox went to Louis- for the present pavement is a disgrace to here. vlllu yesterday to take in tho Bights and 9 Nath is I'hoiml Tho following who was so tho town. inereaso IiIh liarness stock. John Waiiiikn, the man was received Saturday from Danseriously stabbed by Steve I'stes, over Tiik negro boy, Hud lllunks, who shot Miss 1ki.coi: Wki.uh, art teacher at the ville: "Congratulations received on n CoUcuo, went to Ixmisvilhi yesterday to the school tax in Ids district, is reported Llgo Merit and afterwards made his esboy at my houso last night. N. as able to sit up. It takes a good deal to cape from Jailer Owens, was brought H!tid a week with her iinrentc II. Wcxxlcock." for kill some men and Mr. Warren it evi- here Friday by Mr. Joel Kmbry, of Miss Xkttii: Wiuv left yesterday IotT. Iletweeii tho Lancaster toll dently of the tough variety. He has refor whom he has been working for Louisville to spend a couple of months gate and the railroad bridge on tho cently served a term in the penitentiary a month or more. At hia examining trial with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Lynn. pike, a !W Smith it We6jon pis- for killing a man Lamed Chappel, who Saturday he was admitted to bail in the J.T. Ciiaio and II. IC. Helm Friday ami took in tol. Finder will be liberally rewarded wasn't tho first man ho had shot. While sum of $200. ISlanks is a slick citizen went to Imisvilhi by leaving it at this oilier-- . a member of the Homo Guards during and this was not the first time lie had the Ilooth and Barrett performance. Henry Ows-le- given a jailer the slip. He did Mr. New Mis4 llmm: It. Fi.i.iott, an accom The democratic county committee lias tho war, ho blazed away at in tin was a relel sympathizer, and land so several years ngo who plished younjr lady of Kansas City, livn called to meet at Chairman T. D. toro Ids arm olL Hois nlwiit rtO years guest of tho Misses llea.ley, of Logan s Xewland's oillce next Saturday says that the l The dead game. Creek. Itufiiness of importance demands old and said to be citizens of Lancaster nnd Garrard county, Jl'Ihic J. A. Lyti.k, of Kiinsas, return a full attendance and it is hoped every The case of A. M. Feland against seem determined to secure an extension with ids sister, Mis. Jack Hosley, and member will bejiresent. White, Kubanks, Robinson and others, to that place of the Louisville Southern Miss Josh Ilosloy, Saturday, and is now for trespass, which railroad, and a few days since Messrs. their guest. Uail. Judge Morrow allowed bail in for S.j.000 damages was twice tried hero with hung juries llrown and Poore, representing the Mil T. J. FotTEii and family have mov- the sum of $l,f00 to Hcatty WiekllHc, Cans best Roylo cir- county, called on, Col. "Bennett II. Young ed to Dr. lteid's house anil Mr. John 1!. the negro who killed F.vati Warren. The eacJi time, is occupying the second time, its last and Hindu hii.i an oiler of $100,000 if he for proof before tho court must have been cuit court for the Foster and wife will live with them on a change of venue resulting would build the short strip of track very dill'erent from that which bus trial there the present. in a verdict of only $100 for Feland, who which would make the desired connecMiss Hstki.i.k TimiikhlvKi:, who has reached here to make tho case a bailable s sought and obtained a new trial. The tion. Harrodsbitrg also wants the exIktii visiting her sister, Mrs. T. A. F.I- - one. case commenced Thursday and is not and will subscribe for it, while kin, at Maples, returned to her southern "When you see the new moon hang likely to get to the jury before tOis af- tension the people between Rurgin, the present home Friday. so far In tho South, - it does this time, is represented terminus, nnd Lancaster, nre willing to IJ.T. Fostkk, late of this rounty, is s expect warm, pleasant weather for the ternoon. The plaintiff J. P. BURTON, Clerk. R. by W. II. Miller nnd Robert Harding do nil in their jtower to get the extencandidate for magistrate in Fayettecouu- nuxt four weeks," says rrognosticator ami tho defense by R. P. Jacobs, R. C. sion made, and a meeting will shortly be ty and the Transcript says he has a John S. Hays, who also says it is all Warren, John W. Ycrkesnnd I). R. Car-i- held at tho latter place to formulate n warm endorsement. bosh nlioiil next winter proving very proposition to Col. Young from them liter. sciAttkii llx weeks' confinement with cold. On tho contrary an open one S. J. Kmbry was nblo to atica, Mrs. As a distinguished citizen hereabouts may be expected. MEANS BUSINESS. . 9 church Sumlay, to tho very great is wont to say "Mark my prediction," so Payeiw ok Lincoln Cor.s- nnd settle your account. A. R. To the Tax Come delight of her friends. bv wo with regard to the nomination of Penny. I president of the ty. I or one my deputies will be in D. W. Vaniikvkkii, ?r the next democratic candidate for presi and jewelry repaired and Watches Saturday. September 'JSth and dent. Grover Cleveland is as sure to Ik Stanford it; Ijuicaster Turnpike, has 16 warranted. A. R. Penny KEET SPECIFIC cute all blood ilioaes such aiScrofulj, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat, or '0 wagons hauling gravel on and get- Saturday October lCth; Milledgeville, made our standard bearer as the time arYoL'it account is rend v. please will and White Swelling, Syphilitic dincaces in all its stairs, Necrosis, Ax. I'rice $ per bottle. Saturday October flth, Morel.iud Friday, rives and be is Justus sure to lead our settle. McRoberts & Suigg. ting it in goodshaHj for winter travel. II AVIS' HUN UITTKKS Is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia It gives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles Tin: I'inevillo Messenger speaks of Col-- October 18th; McKinney Friday, October hosts to victory. His admirable message The best place to buy drugs, patent and ncrous system. I'rice $i per bottle. WORM SYRUP Is madeof the best worm killers and cxpellers known to the medG. Sala as one of tho largest and 11th; Fry's Store Saturday, October lL'th; on the importance of tariil reduction lias medicines nnd toilet articles is at A. R. ical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. I'rice 5 handsomest olllclals of tho L. it X. Cor- Waynesburg Saturday, Septemler 'JSlh become the key note of tho democracy Penny's. per bottle. Buy your school books, ink, tablets, GATLIFPS MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, rect. He has a hamlsomo wife, too, and and Saturday, October 10th; Highland everywhere, except perhaps iu Virginia, c. Acts as cathartic. Price as cents per box. school supplies of all pencils Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the October 12th; Stanford, Crab Orchard and tho people are beginning to awaken Caper, from A. andlVnnv. don't you forget it. R. Tiik iAJxlnirion Press has this of a for- and Kingsvillo every Saturday in Sep- to the truth of everything contained in Ky. WIIXIAIUSBURG DRUG CO., mer McKinney man: Four negroes were killed in one way "M. G. W tember and October. The new revenue it. They also know that he is honest Shultz, General Agent Queen and Cres- law adtls 0 cents to every dollar of tax and incorruptible and that his virtues or another at Rirminghain Sundav. A gold bar which weighs 500 pounds cent Route, and wife, arrived homo from not paid by the first day of November shine more resplendent than ever when and I am compelled by law to collect it, contrasted with tko little man, who is and is valued at $100,310.20 is on exhibiXew York last night. Mus. Hi. UN and Miss Koto Illain tast- so everybody will please pay their taxes now rattling around in his shoes. Gro- tion at the Chaso National Hank, Newed down to Hustonvillo yesterday with before that time. T. I). Newland. ver Cleveland will bo our next president York. Newt Cornnian, policeman of Har- Dr. Main, who seems a inentaland phys-ica- l and when he is inaugurated tlio demoTiikiii: lias been a move made by some rodsburg, had a finger shot oil Sunday wreck. The family lioixf a change govern of tho young men hero to organize a club crats will be iu charge of tho by a negro named Andy Sterling,' whom of scene will restore him though. ment to remain. order of the Pellham or after tho . Is Receiving His ho was trving to arrest for gambling. Tiik resignation of John IVarl, who of Louisville or even the thrivThe Louisville Critic Who is Hk of the best mail clerks on this was one ing Madison Club at Richmond. Such locates an incident which occurred in NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. division, hat been accepted and ho will an institution would prove of intrinsic this section some time since, that may give his entire attention to merchandizvnlun to those young men, or old men, be of interest to our readers. The charGoods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial ing at Ixmdu'i, whore he and Smiling cither, who havo not as yot taken to acters are a sanctimonious pastor with a Davo Jiirkson have a store. themselves a helpmeet, and who as a Jons ''.milkman, of Helena, Montana, general thing spend their evenings in a bible and a delicate and shrinking wife 91 miles tho shortest, It hours quickest between with a sickly baby, and tho scene n L.i.n uvir ami Hcnrv Claus have opened a is visiting his parents here. Since his City humdrum and lonely way around their at sojourn in tho West Mr. Knglenian has own heartliBtones. In the first place - Knoxville train. The clerical individu- Wholesale llcer llottlinj business Junction ci New Orand are prepared to furnish the public In noses read a doren bottles, at very reasonable rates, bend al in a Prince Albert and plug hat made iniito a reputation as a race horso euro a comfortable room, or a suite of from bis llible, all the while showing your orders to them direct at Junction City. man and added a considerable amount rooms, if tho finances permit, furnish it HstMr.iiiLViiiih'aujiiuia Entire Trains Run Through Without Change. impatience with the crying child. Fito his fortune. so an to put on ah inviting appearance, nally ho caught the poor littlo thing and MSHSVJfmQiHnk Mkshiim. A. A. Wahiikn and Peter THROUGH CAR SERVICE. and then supply it with good literature Ham)ton, as special agento for tho Gen- nnd tho success of tho club is assured. laying it across his lap struck it a dozen Within a half mile of Lancaster, Kentucky, Train No.i, Pullman Boudoir t eral Lodge of Knights of Honor, went Tho cost of such an enterprise would be severe blows. Tho mother's eyes filled Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans Chatwiioutra to Shreveport, with tears and tho whole car was filled A Good Houso &260 Acres to Lancaster Friday and succeeded in comparatively nothing as compared with Train No. 5, Pullman lloudoir IlufTct Sleeping Acres in clover. The land corn be Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati reviving tlio lodge there and obtaining 15 tho good that would result therefrom and with indiLMiation till a man hurled n Of land. 40a whole or In parcels, to go in can or as to Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. Louis copy of Sam Jones' sermons that jo had rented subject to the preference of renter, new applicants for membership. O. toNew Orleans via M. we hope and believe that immediate been reading at tho brute's head striking small uraln, to rent for a series of years. would prefer Amo.mi tl Sir Knights who will at- mens will bo taken for tho cause, which In Lancaster, on Daimlle avenue, n first class plug boarilinj hoiw, euht large room,; home ina Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 188 him above the ear and sending his 4mtM.liWIHM tend tho Triennial Conclave at Washing- is a most praiseworthy one. of tl.e burepair, Had tho sies, state of of the within a few feet careening down tlio aisle. ton from hero are A. It. Penny. Dr. J. F. 0 9 portion iikjvd RKAD DOWN. Said n contractor to us yesterday, Heavens fallen on tho clerical fraud ho Peyton, I). W. Vandoveer, M. F. Unlet, TRAINS NORTH. TRAIN'S SOUTH. "There novor has been in my recollec- would not havo been more astounded, A. A. McKinney and Arch and J. F. No. 41. No. a. No. 4. No. 6. No. 5. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. STATIONS. Daily. than recover Liiu. Daily Fast Daily. They start next Saturday. tion such n dull season in house build- but ho did nothing further Daily. Dally. Ex. Sun. Dally. Ex. 1.1 m. Daily. I.im. I.im. F.x. Sun, Daily. Dil II. Docoi.as, of Texas, who mar- ing in Stanford as the present 'fall. his hut and corrugate bis brow in n a pm boop m 735am ,'ve Cincinnati.., ..A'rv 640 a m 641 pm.ioas a m 330pm in Dallas, Texas, and "pec'r m 7 30 a m iiipm ....... VVilliamstowii. L've S 13 m absolutely none of consequence threatening way. Tho passengers laugh to Havingit located during 1. e, I w.ll. wll publi O g 9 S3 am 403 ried a daughter of tlio Into Harrison There is my homo 5 47P,n 930pm make 4 10 am Georgetown.. 7!m 13 38 p m 10 S9 a m 7 01 p m 10 3) p in going on and there aro slim prospects of ed, the gentleman picked up his book ly oil Lexington.. llocker, is heio onu visit to his sister-in- 3 48 a m 4 15pm 7 00 m 13 10 p m m 11 3P m 7 35 Pi" 1053 jm 10 35 a ."a.... Lve.. Lou. S. R. R. .Arr. Ho brought any. A numoer oi our carpenters navu ami resumed reading while tho mother laws, tho M23SCH .llocker. 1, 1889, .LveJ Iliirttin Arr,. his daughter, Miss Sue Dell, with him had to seok work at Middlesborough, strove in vain to hush the pitiable cri.es .7Tlurj;in Turnersvillc ..Arr :155am 3 lop m 5 50 a m 10 50 p m My Farm of 120 Acres, on the Turiietsvllle, 1131 pm 8 45 P" u as a m it 17am Lve. Danville...., aHara 330 a m 1031 p m and sho will attend the college here. whe.ro any kind of a mechanic is iu de- of tho child. At Stanford tho preacher anil McKinney p'e, itf mile from on it a com 11 jopm J9 p m 13 16 a m a aSa mi 3 ix n m 5 jo a m 1010 pm Farm has ..Junction City.. 11 30 a m 45 Am 15 8 30 a m 35 p m 05 a m Hbv. K. H. Goimv, wife and daughter mand at if 2 to $2.50 a day." Nearly ev took his plug and his shiny coat, and his in Lincoln count. The house, fcc, a line cis. 3 00 pm 9 10 p m 3 03 a in 00 pm Somerset house, barn, meat pm 4 3jarc Oakdale 35 pm 11 35a m .,.., bible and stalked haugh fortablo well fenced with new cedar and locost 6 jopm 5 as am 413am erni U are guests of .Mrs. W. G. Haney, at pres- ery branch of business eeoiin nt tho jo pm 7 35 a in .., ,h never. .L've m! 400 a m 10 d rails; in splendid tcpair, vt 825 am a 00a m .Ar'v 7 35m .... m L've...ChattanooBa standstill hero as building and wo tily out of tho car. His wife followed Lillneand water, convenient to churches, good iu 00 pin occuHnmn ent, but they will take tho houso stock 9 10 am loop Atlalla ....... 447 am'.... t !!ol, and within IU mile, of McKinney a sta. os pin 9 49 m'Ar'v.. 3 00 p in 300 pm ... pied by I)r Kvmib when ho moves to can seo no hope for butter tinius unlets meekly, but boforo sho reached the door tionon the Cincinnati Southern r.ailroad. There 43 p mill 45 P"' i. Y- t- I"""-........ ... I oa ami.... e usca oosa.., A ol n m Farm to a in Itichmond, which ho has decided to do. our people will bestir themselves to se- sho turned to tho gentleman who had snot a beiter IlluoOmss county, taking sihaveinto L've; Iiooop m.... o t will .idera.lon, In Lincoln II Ijpiil 4 43n Ar,vV,,MeM cans. L've of tho Chesapeake it thrown tho book and gave him a smile co to begin, prompt- 415am 335 pm' ... 6 30 a in 11 00 a mi Maj. II. A. Kvansand wife will, howev- cure tho building to be appreciated. Sale be ?4opm.. tioa m'L've......Meridian .. .,ArV ...1 6 top in NnshVillo orsomo other Southern route. of thanks and a look of tho sincerest ..Ar'v lackson q 10 a m'L've er, mako their homo hero. I will 'i..'.ii publicly nt a o cloc'c n. in. on the . 400pm L've....Vicksburi . Kverybody in tho car went same day my Houso and Lot in McKinney. This lit iin " '" Onu of the nicest liltlo guntlemon wo "While other towns nro doing their best gratitude. .1 4 5pm L've room, .Monroe 1005 a nv.. , nice Il.tle cottaKo with 3 rooms, servants' falline 600 a m Ar'Y.Shrcyepo never to build to them, over to tho gonttainun's seat and con..I 8 30 p m ,nda m front, side porch, with bavo met in ninny u day is Master Dot- - to induce railroads iiacs gratulated him upon the robuko ho had well ol itood water onnl,a cowpurcn, nitm No. 3, Pullman Boudoir IJuflet Sleeping' Cars, New Orl&ans to Cincinnati ,,0U,0L terllallou. Ho is a (Jlirsleiuplil in po- ours is quietly doing the Rip Van "'' that, BO08, STrnlnPVa,6 lien I t with no hope of u inoro prosper- given to tho preacher. The man who iliii property' to sell and it. My yterm, Itare PullnunTlou'doir Sleo?In3 Car. New Organs to Cincinnati. liteness and seems to lake u delight in have one bid on S' l" l ruffetSliemnc Car Chattanooja to Cinctnattand SUvpm J irk- do something had tho nerve to do this was Judge l.ivcns irain o For further Particulars see J. W. or Col. "iIloW. A a. aid doing a favor. His assistance tho other ous awaking. Wo must '.G. Sleeper from Knoxville to Cincinnati, the who liven nyANK expect to in- ThomusF. Hargisand It can bo safely or Dave Alcorn, McKinney, on writefarm, 8 and ronville to Cincinnati, via WOOM.EY. Tray Pats. Agt., Lexington, y. to me or day when tho buggy spring broke and and that at onco If wo over Anderson, D, G. Gen'I Pass, and Tkt. ArL Hall !OHV O OA.ULT, General ManaSer. Cincinnati Ohio,EDWARDS, on tho piko crease in wealth and numbers, other- said that no copy of Sam Jones' sermons By Main street, Dallas, Texas. youNG spilled us and our better half was ever put' to better use. wise we aro fenced in forever. was timely and highly appreciated. Nkw lot of millinery Courts A: Cox's. car-load First National Hunk. Mil J. S. IIockkh in imck from a IhihI hits trip to UiuiHvillv. Miss IIki riK 1'axtos U in LotiiRvillo and will likt'Iy nju'inl tlio winter tlu-ru- . That enterprising young merchant, 99 Wo have opened a groceiy store at How land and ask a share of the patronage of the peoQuick sales ple there and thereabout. ami small profits is our motto and we will convince those who give us a trial that wo mean what wo say. Carrier it Watts, Rowland. Take Notice. first-clas- s Groceries, Provisions, ' Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, i. m m knock-knee- d Ikm-i- i pur-pi)- MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, dis-patc- Mud-iso- n, STANFORD, KY. Hus-tonvil- lo Mil-sit- s. aftei-noo- n. Courier-Journa- Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. i-- Fruit Jars, Tin and Stoneware of the hinds. Prices Ahyays Reasonable. T. a- WAITON. h nt-te- m litis-tonvill- The Great Remedies I S -- GATI-IFF'- Williamsburg, Ho Co - BUPUBT9 WINTER MERCHANTTAILOR FALL AND GOODS Pen-dermi- s, V B IE IE EL I wmmnmmrgBmw &e- Cincinnati nnd leans. FOR RENT. South-Houn- d Duff-e- A-- "J'jqukNAL. ur La-Jtu- For Sale Publicly. I 1 -- Tuesday, October B 1 1 I 1 1 d 1 11 1 1 ' -- ArV.-Ne- w '. .1 Win-lclon- ...., . IMU-e- ilolr-in- -- . e '7 t: , MiiTrr . ' ff" '' i"'" ?- - - ' V- - I - V ID) vWXf!N J ', it j.r- fIif, - . ksPW T? A "DATIDCJ Traders, Horsemen and Danville. In D. N. Prewitt's stilt vs. I1 AlMrjJLOi Stockmen ol the counties v syivnxA of Marion Movie. Lincoln. Garrard and Washing D3Bssssssssssssssss9ssssssssBssssssssHix tho Cincinnati Southern for alleged mtoj. .M.vX-- t sZBssssssMsssDtVi7QfjULr ton will find all the news relating to mutters of in and failure to reach Cincinnati mar4 terest 10 them In the A Wl? 1 the adiiiR paper of A ) V U kets in time to advantageously dispose CentralI Kentucky, issued Tuesday and Friday of I nt ninuu Dii(.v, ...I.I..1. I... I....I nuijrrvi i o.... ),..., wuini nu unit ol.l.,.,,..l each week, $ j per year Send 50 cents and tty It VI for three months Address II, O llole, llusincss over tho above road, the jury gave Mr. manager, uanvnie, ivy 13 Prewitt a verdict for the full amount of S. O. DAVIS, PtSoj7m y wrfcfcj ? rrTt atJtsisssL TTii,.TQ his claim, whicli was $205. Win. BenektfffnBs!swuai)rwsW ')VLm,WxMiiK J3 dict, against the same road for being put PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, cfe , oll'a car, got a verdict of $5, though ho MY. VKKNOaN-- Jv. V. IIUSTONVILLE, KY. asked for $1,000 damages. Beatly Wick-lifi'Office neat door lo Whitehead's Drue Store. Fleming Murphy and Boh Mayo Ate still In the husiness nnil ready 10 do Special attention given to diseases of children U e have a full In the L'nil.rnVliik' lm were indicted for the 1111 rdcr of Kvim stock of Cases and Ca.Uts nl all kinds and Kohei s;;-l- f. of every docnption Our hearse, which Is nearly Warren case continued till tho February new can he oliiained n short nonce Mr J If, on motion of their attorneys. Miss term Green has chaw of ut business and will show HARRY A. EVANs, our eoods to any one nrediny anything In our Millie Hatter, of this city, and L. 64 If ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, tin II. Grace, of Macon, Ga., woru married STANFORD ROLLER "MILLS on the 25th. The maniago of Mr. Yates STANFORD, KY Hudson, of Louisville, to Miss Jennie All life a Engineerinff and Survoying in pleasnlpersons wishme use pleasant Flour and well made at wife let them Client Salter, of this city, is announced for Oct. This powder never vanes. A marvel purity, Stanford Kollir Mills Call for II at your groall branches. and wholcsoinrnrst. More cconoink.il 9th. I). N. Prewitt bought of G. A. strength ordinary kinds and can cery, and If they have not tot it on hand, urge than the not he sold In them to kern It or eel an order from them and Swiuebroad 100 barrels of corn, shucked competition with the multitude ol low test, short gel it at the Mill and I will euaranlee a pleasant weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in 1835. and interesting lancly in tho field, at $1.40. W. II. Prewitt cans. KOYAI. 1IAKINV. POWDF.R CO., 08 W X I'll S, Superintendent 18 106 Wall street. New York sold his farm of 310 acres in tho West He End to T. C. Prewitt for $00 perocrespot 17n H 03 T 17 II Acres of No. sjAJjJii. Land for sale. Call on er On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stares, Mercash. Advocate, address A. K. Denny, Shelby City, Ky. s8-.V , old de-la- Semi-Week- ly Jntnes Govor sold to James WlUon a pair of mules for 275. Jutra-- Wilmot bought in ltockcnstlu Published Every Tuosday and Friday a lot of mountain heifers a, 2 eta. AT L. Wellssold to Johnson, of Boyle, SC JPKIl YEA1UN ADVANOK 11 J. heuil 1,000 pound cnttlo nt : rents. VWhcn not o paid S2.60 will be charged." J. Owsley Kvnns bought of Doc Helm n combined bay gelding for $200. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. It costs but 14 cents n bushel to ship wheat from Chicago to Liverpool. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. tn., returning J. II. Snundors sold to IJ. F. Robinat 4:30 p, son 10 head of fat heifers at H L. Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Jj J. T. STJTTOIT CO., any-thin- e c, "L..,. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 3 cents. Si- Mail train come North aouin Express train " South ". North Local Freight North The above U calculated on standard time is about ao minutes falter Pm J. II. Dunn, of Garrard, sold to 3lvm las Anderson h pair of aged work mules - 37am for $300. 630am y Jonas Abraham sold to P. 1. South- S55P m The latter trains also carry passengers. 13 head of 1,030 pound cattle ut time. Solar AIPC '''' S7P POWDER Absolutely Puro Nun-nelle- THOMAS W.VARNON t W li a Candidate for tho Democratic nomination for County Judc, subject to the prim try, Oct. 19. G. B. COOPER Is a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Clerk, subject to the action of the primary election, Oct. 19. MISS KATE BOGLE Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. cents. James Wilson, of Marion, bought in this and Doyle counties, 10 head niulu colts at ST0 to S72. William Ilcrrin, of Rockcastle, sold to William Alexander, of this county 13 mule colts nt an average of $58. Tom Ferrell sold his half interest in 20 acres of corn to A. T. Nunnelley at $1.50, per barrel tp bo delivered in town. D. X. Prewitt has bought in the catlast few days a bunch of tle at $11 and a lot of ewes and lambs at 2 $3.25. rUll I 1 Established FOR aaffSTTItAlTCE chandise, npply lo the lf JOSEPH B. PXTON Is a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. J. W. Guest's Heron got second money in tho Merchants' stake at Lnto-ni- a HARRY A. EVANS Is a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, subject to the Democratic Primary Election, to be held October 19, 1SS9. W. F. McCLARY Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Publics Schools, suoiect to the Democratic rrimary r.iec tion to be held in October. OTIS P. NEWUND Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, the action ofthe Democracy. sub-ject- SAM M. OWENS as Jailer of Lincoln Is a Candidate for county, sublect to the action of the Democratic party. G. S. CARPENTER ject to the action ofthe Democratic party. Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln connty, sub- it, Lfc v s. K "? L A First-Clas- s Livory Stnblo improved. To aicommoda e the demands of his increased Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of The finest bam in Fairfield county, transient pairorae, lleit 'turnouts furnished the Lincoln County Democracy. Commtnul 1 ravelcrs and other Ohio, belonging to M. Vought, burned to the ground. Loss $10,000. Eight E. D. KENNEDY thousand bushels of wheat and 100 tons Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, of hay were consumed. subject to the action of the Democracy. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The State Weather Service reports that tobacco is being rapidly housed and M. THE LARGEST AND FINEST although several light frosts have occur Is a Candidate for Clerk ofthe Court of Appeals, of the Democratic party. red during the week no damage resulted. subject to the action HOTEL IN THE CITY. Election August, 1840. The quality of the crop is only fair, as a :; nle, and some is inferior. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDMr. Isaac K09S certifies that he tested for Maj. Webster, Columbia, Tenn., ING TO ROOMS. DENTIST. the Jersey cow, Toltec's Fancy 27172, and nffirrnn Main srrei't. onnosite Portman House. upstairs. Nitrous Oxide lias gisen for painless that from 5 pounds of her milk a pound TURKISH A RUSSIAN 1IATUS IN IfOTKl.. extracting of butter was made. He states that thin STANFORD, KENTUCKY. p a. was the richest milk he ever saw. a a " The first new hogshead of the SSI) V; to ."" SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, DR. W. B. PENNY, rssssssH crop was sold in the Louisville market The envious I'inevillo Meten!Lr say: fuolio sale ot f ersonaltii uim order. o.hr vu, . ,,i folicittit. nifrfrrt kitiiftiftiar oUtlast Wednesday at $0.40. It was grown Some of tlio people who bit DENTIST. ili1inf eiiv L'uiran p return to l'inoville with not A' Office South side Main street, In office recently in Ballard county and was of the bright, ,"'' I,"n', ,0O,J"" N,,IUIV "AT 'iT, S?Lue.,in w .hiMs'tlJ vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky Yellow Pryor tobacco. It was of u nood ojiinion of our thrifty spotted medium grade and heavily fired. suburb. A Pineville nierelimit wua nk-et- l Thursday, Oct. 10th, 1889, V HpntPrll R R The Mayfield Democrat man has not lonj; ao by a durbstone broker Athislatcridencln l.incln county. Ky , two IVull lUOlVY WUIlll Ul lla lis miles Eastof Shelby C.ty. the foliowhiE been shown the largest tobacco worm on over there to pay 13 cents for having it rs o CRAI1 ORCHARD, KY. tracts of Land g "MjUIG OltArisJ HOUTJS." 20 bill uhanuuil. uiul last week a Louis- lr2?j record. It was five inches long, as largo 130 Acres lown as the McKoberts and Shel- Dealer In p --l (o ilenn'ft anil Knob I.ick around as a young banana and tho vlllu drummer lml to pity 75 eents to K THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps weighed nearly half u pound. have a .' draft cashed. The worth he From A ,.It Were emphatic Dllt Vcy tract olplace, AcrOri, bemif a part of ihe Her- 84 Boots, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, His horns were sulllcient to give one n USL'd 111 tolling Ol ltiijiii on 1'nwell lano with also Helm OBNTRAL KENTUCKY o S. a Tinware, Furniture and a y to st.mf,rd and Knot, Lick pike, "Sh,t" very sevete sting. not printable. Tho same paper iiImj says To all 1'oints Ccneral Lino of. Crocorios, The 220 cattle shipped to Chicago that it is pained to observe that Col. Joe A tract of lOO Acres of well umbered knob B P 3 land, situated on While Oak. Fancy Candies, Crois Ties, &c. ' last week by T. B. Ilipy brought him, on .S.indifor has talked all of the side vhi9- Ot? All kinds of Produce taken tn exchange for goods. g &w , . an average, about 4 cents per pound, I.. ..., oil his ,.!.;.. trin,' tiilirimn Miilillos- - First two tracts am, in a hih stale ol cultiva lininitiroveii Terms made known an day of sa'c prices being a little better now than at borough. 2 2.S FAST LINE BETWEEN .V V. 1'. UIVKNS, Exors Rails, Shingles and Shoes Fcr Sale. J,G. the time of his last shipment. Mr. Kipy Tommy Mr. Smith, call yoil swim? Atlhowmntimcand plac,assurvivlns;paniirr LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. pr g still has 000 moie, which are to be nhip W. Uiveus .Vhon, will sell pub ;,.,,,., ti..i,tl vl Ten Thousand Flat Rails acd 10,000 Poplar lomnij, il.im, "f the firmof K eoiulty owned i y said finn.coi,. ped in October. Anderson New 3. ltdyM ofiep Shingles. sciiF.nuu: in hi i kct may u. i& ' Vt ol 5 work Mules, 40 cirlmi; I have on hand Men's, Women's Misses' and Yotl are annoying .Mr. isistinirprini-ipallLevi Hubble, the great jack man, of tho rOOlll! No i. No 4. Children's Shoes, mads by Alter, Forwood & Co. F.x Sun. harness mare miii.iuIu for a lady lo drive, I race and Mundelle, which I will sell at the very lowest Lincoln county, has lost his eyesight ctultll. I'.x Sun. Daily I'llly by Duke have bought them and they must be prices .Mr. milli lor'wiiumlvl Ull, Ui.iiiUi. Mare by Wardunre, i , Mont'ro,et , a ycJtrMul are OQ ,l by Uonatus and a Lve Cincinnati . ( 10 a nu S in p mi ' iS t" complete and those who want and we understand ho will sell till his sold My stock U bargains can get them by ralhnir. I mean busi- jack and jennet stock tlOU doesn't tinilOV lite, .MlSS Heartsease. nice brood Mares: 6 jcirlin? Cattle, 4 earlinc I.ve Covington.. p ml 8 oa p 8 ao a re g 4? shortly. Lebanon W C it A ILLY, Turnrnvillc. 'NBRsisflN est. a m o p m 4 oj p m Lve by do you Shorthorn Cows, all registered j Hogs Enterprise. Mr. Hubble has lost but Yes, Tommy, can swim. 40 in a ' acres of and 74 Arr Falmouth,.., 9j 410 p in1 10 i17 p in 50 30 pp in Paris Corn, Shuats; the Crops, consisting of 50 mn 00 p m 00 one of his eyes and if lie is going to give ask? 2 n o ll.iv. both timothy and clover. and Oats In stack Arr Lexington.... c m SwftfesflU ao a m a complete s.u of Farming Implements, consisting Lve Pans Tommy (edging toward the door) up the business he so much delights in 6 ao p m r a 05 p ml .Mower, 3 H- M Ul ICato she of McCnriiuck Hinder and Planter, May a'horse Arr Winchester.. 7 30 p in Wagons and harness, Corn V 3j (take, Arr Richmond... and in whicli ho has been so successful 'Cause I heard Clara tell sinter and lluik Cider Arr Lancaster.... 4 o p m was going to throw you overboard. Bos- board. Mill, Harrows, Ac , Ilamuche C.IVKNS. w 4 50 p m wo have not been so informed. W. P. Arr Stanford in. O 2 T. I). English, Auctioneer. Budget. 45 pm Lve Richmond ... The Ilopkinsvillo Kontuckian of ton j on p in Arr llerea N N..V.M. V.Co. F..I). Arr Lesington.... 5 ao p m "It is estimnted that CO j Friday says: Bucklen's Arnica Salve. P. B O Only one Night OUt to New York, percent, at least of the tobacco crop has The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, No. 3. No 1. J 'o. 5. l3wC been cut and housed. Some fanners sores u'cers, salt rheum, feser ores,letter,chap-peSolid Wstibuled Trains to 2' " hands, chilblains, corns and all skin re 2 claim that tho quality is kooiI, while I.ve Ljvlngsloti... S 00 a ... 10 3$ a m and positively cures piles, or no pay requir LOUISVr-LI.ve nerea. Washington, Philadelphia, others say it is the most inferior raised ed. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, AND NASHVILLE Arr Richmond... 11 45 O M P Baltimore, Now York, for years, beinp; thin, light, worm eaten or money rclunded 7 00 a in Lve Stanford Price 35 cents per box. ,AILR0AD. Lve Lancaster .. 7 40 a a" n Ut all the Famous Virginia Sprlnjs by For sale by A. It. Penny, iuuford, Ky. Passu n and trashy. Until the crop, which is I" 9 45 Arr Richmond l aid arriving at Old Point Comfort and the The T.reat much smaller than for years past, is all Lve Richmond, ,. 7 40 p in 6 lo a rn ihe next atternoon , Sen . Merit Win3. Arr Winchester., 3 30 p in 7 IS a Tune Card in Kffect July i,i9. housed, an accurate leport, or estiiiiato 48 & iv We desire to say to our aureus that for jears THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Arr I'aris ... 43 45 1'p 'm 77 00 a in 3 45 P n Fast rraliSTuT FastVei a in can not be nitide." Lve I.cxlugton we havo been si'lllii),' Ir. Kins's New Discovery Lsprcss.l 1'iprus rWAKI). E Dailv 4 as p in 8 53 I" 4 35 P m I.ve Paris 4 ISROWIWAY, Mr. Cleveland is as great out of olllce for consumption, lJr. King's New Mfe Pills, To The ll'x. Sun waily liauy Lve ralnioiith..... c 30 p in 913 a in j 07 p m Covington. ... 6 35 P in to 3) a ml 7 ao p in Salve and l.lounc Hitters, and have Arnica Arr s no was witen ne uati me reins 01 gov ford i Lvc jt n'n 3 37 .im Arr Cincinnati ... 6 45 P "' 10 45 a m 7 35P m LEXINGTON, KY never handled remedies that sell as well, or that 4 am 6 30 pm 7 30 am ernment, itfton. lie stands steadfastly for the hasuciseii such universal satisfaction W'c do not belter... la i pin 0 53 pm. 8 10 am On the.Maysville llranch, No 9. leaves Paris at , Junction... pn. principles which gave to his ndministra- - lnit..i ia guarantee them every lime, and ire oj 8 oo, a m and No. 11, at 545, p in, arriving at -I 37 pm 7 40 poi S 31 am With Merlins Mayssille at 10 15, a m, and 810. . m. No. purchase price if ic Un'1 realyto its tmHtiiP ' Ill tills Im IS snpportetl faclor). ri,,,lts rclundthe follow tluir use These uu... ......... a oj pm 0 a am leaves Maysville at 5,15 n arriving at Paris at do not head 3 10 pm 8 43 pm 10 33 am No. 1) leaves M.i)sville at 110 and by the masses of tho democratic partV remedies have won their crcat popularity purely 7 40, a . Hill...., 4 02 pm 03 am ... .. . w....j, .. ..rt"-- , 4 05, p in, These trains are arrives at Paris 6 03 pm 10 40 pni ind 19 pm everywhere. There will bu but little Ull ,IICII lllv.l.a, daily except Sunda). tlsburg.. 6 ao pm 10 J3 pm 45 pm No. 43 leaves I.oxinglou 10 05 am; arrives Patis Louisville A Scrap or Paper Saves Her Life. 6 50 pin 12 30 am 3 15 pm need of etjucattng the people into a thorinEton 10 45 am; exient Sunday 6 is am 10 33 pm ough knowledge e Miipnur.. An No, 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 15 pm; arrives Kulmomh of the (ariirinitpiitiesin To Nashville, scrap of wrapping pa Itwas,just an ordinary isttstille, 11 00 am 4 03 am 730 pm: except Sunday. 18!L'. ... Wuhington J 50 pm 8 10 The reform clubs which have per, but it saved her life She wus in the last Memphis, No. 7liavcs Falmouth 600am; arrives Cintin. noro 3 33 pm y oSJam stages of consumption, told by physicians that nati755am; except Sunday delphia Atlanta, 633 pm 11 30 am sprung up in all parti of the counlry No jj leaves Cincinnati 8 30 am; arrives Falshe was incurable and could only live a short Vork 9 30 pm 3 30 pm since last November will have accommouth 1030 a ni; Sunday only. piece of a 40 pm 8 03 am weighed lest than 70 pounds. On Montgomery, uond, Va.... No. 33 leaves Falmouth 4 15 p in; arrives King's ilntComfort 3 05 pm 11 30 am plished theit educational work by tho wrapper papct she read of I)r it helpedNew Dis15pm; Sunday only. her, she Little Rock,. Trln Notes No. runs daily belwec n Lexing 0 35 Pn' 13 00 covery, and got a sample bottle; 'N oik time the next Democratic National Con bought u large bolt e It he'ped her nioro, bought ton and Cincinnati, No 4 runs daily between Mobile and New Orleans. fast, continued its use vcut(ii:i shall meet, aud there will boea-s- another and grew betterrosy plump weighing and Ciiuinnati and Ltxiligton. irn, . rurvitfc- - rtsfs tl ill 11 iib is now strong healthy, v ftvr-Nos. a nnu 0 make connections at vvtiiciiester sailing through the campaign. MemFor fuller particulars send stamp to ing, fust Vcsllbuled from New Vork mid founds. druggist, rori hiuith Trial bottles of Newport News & Mias.Valley Oo. lor points on the N N AM V Uy points arrives ut Winchester 4 04 p tn No 4 mikes this connection at Lexington tHk II f daily fast mail from phis Appeal. yXfAlIfiT- - 1 nston 4 47 l this vsoiiderful discovery tree at A. K. Penny's 1U POUT A NT -- Trains of tills line nmvnrrli.. ' J. N. MENEFEE Saturday, Wary winning tho 1 mile dash in 2:0). W. B. Crabb, of Henry county, sold to go to Xew Orleans, 20 head of good mules, weighing 1,050 pounds at 14 cents a pound. A. T. Xunnelley bought of J. M. Hail 14 head of cattle at 2Jc Ho also bought of Mrs. Dr. J. B. Owsley d 13 hogs at 3. Mule colts at $45 to $S0; a pair of work mules for $280 and corn at$1.3tl per barrel shucked in the field, are sales not ed in the Midway Clipper. S. II. Baughman sold to a Texas party his race mare Silence, for $1,500, of which $1,000 is cash and $100 out of each winning until the whole is paid. Fairlawn, the splendid stock farm of the lato Gen. Withers, at Lexington, was sold Friday to Smith McCann for $1,05,-00It contains 144 acres and is finely 1000-pound 200-poun0. The court of claims allowed $0,727 anil fixed the levy at 15 cents on the $100 and the poll tax at $1. The county is in a splendid condition financially, not owing a dollar and is rapidly increasing in wealth. Judge Denton was allowed $750, County Attorney Colyer $750, Superintendent Davison $1,003, and 'Stpiire Waddle, keeper $200. Tho medical ofthe claims amounted to more thaa $3,000 but weie scaled down to $1,32.1. The attendance at the public graded school has increased from 2S0 of the first week to 300 w ith a prospect of still more, so the Board of Education decided to employ another teacher. Mini Georgia Lewis, sister of A. A. Lewis, lias been employed There will ami will begin Monday. then bo seven teachers in the public graded school and they will each havo an average of over 50 pupils. Miss El len Billion's music class at the college) has been increased bo largely that she has been compelled to order a third piano for the use of her pupils. RepubliSomekset Items. poor-hous- e, Attention, Coal Rurncrn. 1 Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. n CltESS HAKET, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Mt. Vornon, 1 Ky. I.Uhtntnu clauses attached and damages paid keep on hand a No, quality of Jcllico. I ily and Nut Coal in my yard Leave your order at whether flic ensues or not, II (JF.O. IIKUCK, Agent. 17 Yard or 8. S M)ors' stoic aud they will be site rid- cd to promptly 1. 11 inor.iNs. oj Star ford Ky Coal and I imtxr nds ami Farms for sale. Cor respondent? solicited. 44 FOR, SAILS My Now House on Main St., Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr W. It. IliKCins, Stanford, or to me at Danville, Ky 3 L.01 lit. HUI.Mr.S. ." wood Wallace; Men's Outfitter ! II m gtvery, hv ced and Sals table as n (L iASw m f 51 Fourth Avenue, ' .w 1 MCs 1 1 DISSOLUTION - ! Louisville, - - Kentucky. NEWCOMB HOTEL. well-kno- IJuWSaAtfrkVissssssssBMSsssHlCP W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KY , Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hit on reasonable terms London is the most convenient point on Ihe railroad lo reach places in the of the Male In Ihe mountain 10 se-n- fFrr? Hn. Mrnw& ' j The copartnership of McKobertsA- Stiee is liy MT. VER.VON, KY. mutual consent unsolved, .Mr ataeat retiring, anil the business will hereafter he con due im! by W. H. This old and Hotel;, still maintain MrKobcrts, The accounts will be jointly collected and the Ids lis fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spebooks will be at the old stand, and those indebted cial attention to the traveling public to us can settle any day. We desire to opress Al.l NKWCOMII, Prop., our sincere thanks to our customers for their kind f Ml Vernon, Ky, patronage. Yours truly, McKOIIKRTS & STAOO ii Sj-t- H. M'ROBERTS, M. WAULACE E. VARNON, 0. Attorney at Law, STANFORD, KY. 1)., THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor lht Stanford, -- Kontucky. adjoin-ne can. iOmceoer McKoberts Will practice in all the courts of this and counties and in the courts of appoa! & SUee s drugstore. F. Brinkley' 1 The equine flero of the battle of GetI tysburg, Old General, has departed this LIBERTY, KY., life, at tho age of !15 years. lie was ridR. B. Gettysburg by an Union ollicer, Dr. R. C. NEEL, Proprietor. den at and, losing his rider, beaded a column Having refitted and refurnished the abose House, SUCCESSOR TO I intend to run it In style and ask a of troops and led a deadly charge, receivshare of the public patronaee 581m THE HATTER, M'MICHAEL, ing a ball in the neck, the scar being always afterwards plainly visfblo. living 6U4TII AVENUE, disabled thereby he was brought to LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. fell into the hands of Maj. Cros-bOn account cf bad health, offer for sale my He failed ranidlv lately and his Farm near Mc. Kinney, Ky The The Nobbiest & Most Stylish owner humanely decided to end hisdays. 132 Stock of Some one said 15 grains of morphine . Also 70 acrrs tanW' land ror particulars ad- n v would do the work and this was given dress McKmuey. Lincoln Co , Ky him, but General only became friiky and coltish to a high degree. Then a ntlo TTOTJ, AT "E I Ever brought to the city ol Louisville, now open was procured, General was led to his! including the in Jiibt below grave and ball was sent A i$rjcic Lot, KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS the spot where entered the rebel bullet On . . present occupied by Mr - G II of years llgO and Ollt Weill tile life Ol ailCooper A very desirable place and can be Andalsomy own importation of hnghsh II au obtained ... a bargain Address or call on at other ,...t.,r,,.. ami nero 01 ine 1'iiimi ar-- , u. ASI)f.kmi.s'. iiimcr. Kinu,. ami Caps An elegant line ol ints and Lyon's j Celebrated Fun Umbrellas always mi hind Or ! M McKOIIKKTS, Stanford, ky. Bangor (Me.) Whig. my. NFZEB, HOUSE tint-clas- Office nu Lancaster Street, nppoute Court-llou- s Havine removed to this place from I.lberlv, to practice tils prolcssion, calls the attention ol the pub lie to Ihe f ait that he will be ready at all hours day or ni(ht to answer calls in town or country. Thirty years olhis lite were spent in Stanford and he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as a physician and surgeon. A share ol the patronage of the pcopleof Stanford aud vicmty tsasVcd 63-t- l by bira. No Hotel in Kentucky has a boiler repulstioa, and lis proprietor is determined shall b mainlained. He has recently a Ided lo Its appointments GEOGEGHAN, -- Pool and Illlllnrtl Parlors Also s H.m-gora- Farm for Sale. I THE GALT HOUSE, v. Farm Contains Acres. I J' S HATS,: world-renown- 11 ' .... House mid , I 1 " tiildlus-boroiiK- li iu i c,, ,y,y - '', nf .,pU M Hi" no son-of-a-g- L'LrT son. Queens-war- e, m$W gV, &SldM . fs, 1 I fm South-Houn- I 1 III 1 11 ' 1 Old Ky. Route 11 ! 1 1 1 CO - 1 111 1 1 s 1 57-l- d 1 i d JLa erup-lion- s rc o N'orth-lloun- d. 111 a f '' f 111 day-li- g' 111 111 WM. ADAMS I SON, . lluck-kn'- s 11 1. I SOUTH & WEST satis-lio- n I 111, 111. 1 .11 1 . . 1 $rr ")nva if .& J2ss&. -3-- unto 11111 1 tune-kh- o si 11 : 1 CREAM v -.v r- y 11 I 111 and all points east arrives Vinctui- A Jew who kept a pawn shop got mad man J Lexington 11 45 noon daily I'.x rom Huntington, day Fast exnres iry .ind Wlieeltni arrives Lexington and left the grounds when tho umpire of daily the biiso ball game cried out "Threo ill accommodation mrivet Winchester nd Lexington 8 to am, leases Lexington balls " Ho said ho did not propose to Wnichester 640. bo guyed that way. celt and Information wnteor apply to (J. W. IIAIINKY, ticket Agsnt ROMHKRO, Trnv. Pass Act. M. G. liailoy has been uindo n storeI. IMUKl'IIV.Oun'l 1'ast.Agt. ARRINOTON ad V. P , Lexlivton, jCv keeper in this district. 111 I brugstore Only one change to points in M&xw$& ;W) " I j There is nothing parents should be so careful EMIGRANTS about a selecting a cough syrup, liens' Cherry Cough Syrup costs no more than the cheap and Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive Special rates. nostrums thrown on tho market. The best Is 4iTSee agents 01 this Company for rates, routes none too good, be sure and get 11KOGS' CI1KKK V &c or rrrite lo COUGH SYRUP. Wekeeplton hand nt all C. P. ATMOKK. C. P. & T. A., time. A, R. Penny, Druggist. Loulsville.Ky . A Good Cough Syrup. ARKANSAS & TEXAS. at and depart from tho Central Union Passenger ' ii Stntloii Cincinnati, making connections for all itfi points iNortn, r.asi nnu tv est. Through tickets nod baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co, S. F. n. MORSE. H. II. IIACON, Traveling Pass'g'r Agl., Oen'l Pass'g'rAgt., Lexington, Ky, Covir.gton, Ky. U.K. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. GENKRAL OFFICES. Chamber of Comtuorce lluilding, Cincinnati, 0 c &mum 1 t' M i'UU I l ' J i ili v..d ti r i: TJ '& i . 1 ''.'it ,, , "', -- GU. -- rw .,tiiA.s.-all- s ssisWa4sss, . J iiissVtsiiL