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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891020601 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 1891 $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. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. Lore From a Lancaster Lawyer. The niitlioritieH.it VHhliiKton have ifnow nictlio.1 of civilizing theIndians. Tlio.vl.nvobWntnkeii totlio ami choice boxes provitlc.1 for . Chiefs American Howe, Strike .Little otli- Wournl, UKlo Pipe, HlK U'J 1. might bo U nil very woll, era. 1 bettor it llioy would miinmon ,d the ran- A(rai.l-oMUslIorruT- Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1891. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. The Fnrnn Rill rimrtnr NO. 9S Chnppell, who followed him, went on to say that nothing good ever canio out of Rep0rt or Iho Interesting Meeting Held at . Ohio, contrasting the compulsory eduPrencher8Ve cational system of the Germans with tlirt'alntnB B that of the graded schools of that State. tt lllt of H,lflWi IU.1M whIch H Mr. Davis created considerable mirth by omiK-Mi.iilhoT,.arll,)rH. AHHOcJllt,OI1Illllt llt remarking that it would have been a o l,rHV1l. Hll,,tf 111loInlw, thw Mul good thing for Mr. Chappell if he had CtfwIwI , wirry 0llt lhu hril( ,HIt j,,',,.,. been born in Dutchlaud instead of in ,,,,. prBV,nlll,ly "Old Kentuck," while I'rof. McClary .,,, Quu, IIIm,M.r yf ' h came on with a whole encyclopedia of MlynKBi.tHWholmv.,lH.oiiii..Kfcho.t.iHltjlioiir llgures, with which he endeavored to r.lllOIlH IU MIO rtMl I1IUI1, l " nniiunnii but on rooming homm only prove that Kentucky und nil jjivo thorn front presoncf, the rest of tako them to church, some seven or eight wen- - there. These, God's country would go to the doiiini-tio- u few listen to seats and let Ilium however, were the pick f th guild, HO bow-wo- ws unions compulsory eduhonesty. inonson to speak, and with the excellent until- cation was adopted. The debuted ques-- . The passage of n law by Congress pro-- . once, coiiiihwikI of Ihe illagers und rep- - tiou was submitted to the auditors for for hiblting any attorney from receiving a rerientativttj fnim every them to decide who was winner, Jmt a fee of over $2 for preparing papers in an miles arontnl, made a lnmm-ful- l tie vote prevented any decision. for an increase of pension, is clout to inspire, the inoit commonplace A short talk by the V. T. 15. White, a remarkable specimen of legislation, talker with a dwtire to "make it hit." which was full of sound sense and wisAfter prayer by Rev. V. T. H. White, dom, terminated the Very many of those v'ho apply for pun-- j exercises at 10:.'0 IVttiii, in ntrikingly appro ami the association adjourned to meet among the tolonl .Mihm eions, especially troops, have not snlHeient education or priate words, exteiidml a welcome to in Stanford next mouth. .Squire J. A. legal Information to prepare papers that the association, to which Mr. I J. l.ce Ia Chappell ami Mis Alice Stuart were apwillimsa muster at Washington, and vis responded in a brief address, in the pointed a committee to prepare a pro men of this class will be practically ex courne of wlueli he took oceanion to com gramme, which will lie published in iludisl from the benellt of the pension plimeut the citizens of Preachersville for these columns in due tune. lawH by the ounctment of this provision, their courtesy, liospitnlity and the interThe thanks of the association are due for scarcely any attorney will bo bother- est tliey have always manifested in the Miss Lizzie I'ottus, Mr. Joel ilolt.claw, ed with such business at the rated pre-8- causeof elucatiou. I'rof. .Smith, who Kev. W. T. 1$. White and otbeis for hail gariiishel the entire rear end of the kiuducbsc.s ami nbed. courtesies to the associachurch with a blackboard as big as 'the tion. Island Wiman. the Staton roof of Noah's Ark, all for his especial NOTKS. millionaire, philanthropist and status- purpose, now arose wit!, his usual Keren- All went away acknowledging that it - till) firnAM "A ....... 1j ...rM.itlliit.iil ' to elucidate his method of teaching was the best meeting the association had it ity many-sideman." Whether or thin ,. nnn Unit ' ,;,,,,,.,,,. ,, el.-op- era ,..,.,,. ,,,,,,,,. sr f.triii-liotis- o sulli-applicati- I,iie j i l- labcst for a man to have many sides is a ouestion tliatadmiln of discussion. If there could only bo two sides, a good and a bad, no man could have hut one Mli ...I.. Hint tin. vni.ii.v.v. n( lita .,..- tx lyilllil DIIIU. .....I nu " be easily determined. Stephen Uirar.l. the L'hiladelphia millionaire, was blind in one of his eyes and having occasion to speak harshly to one of his employes was brusquely addressed in response as scoundrel." Tim cu itu "old seven-sideriosity of Uiranl was excited and he linked with some tstrnestness of what his seven Hides consisted, to which he the reply that ht had a right side, a loft side, a front side, a rear wtlo, n top side, a Itottom sid and a blind side. This, instead of enraging the millionaire, causwl Jtltn to apologia for his rudeness and increase the wages of the workman for the accuracy of his observation. ltissaltlth.it the constitutional con-- , ciition has provided for taxes upon ev- erytlung except dogs. This is doubtless lnteuded as a tritiuto to the worm oi mo ntnlnesnccics und at the saino time to lift a burden from the honest owners of of the tlog, who may not be pomst-taxation when the means to meet the imposed. It is noticeable that the rich are not usually the owners of many dogs, while tbo colored men are noted for the number and variety of those owned by them. A man when asked concerning the property owned by another, Bald that he, must bo a vory poor man, and when questioned as to his reasons for thinking so, said ho owned six dogs. The tlog has some commendable virtues, chief among which is his fidelity to his friends. Ho niinembers uvory act of kindness and his gratitude Is such that ho will never desert those to whom he is indebted for either a good wortl or deed. Napoleon was onro wondtriully impressed with tho devotion of a dog to a woundod soldier upon one of tho famous battle Ileitis of tint world. ..l...r-i..i.ir d d ith an expeneucod tact. arithmetic. which hIiuwmI that lie had often before taught the young urchin how to knock mathematical persimmons, the professor touched njtou the fundamental prin- 'Pl-explain! those abstruse point, '" ''""owing ...... galloped "" into common fractions at a gait which ineth-ot- l pleased everybody. His sliort-cu- t of combining fractions was indeed quite a revelation; ami I could but r llect how blest is the average ltoy of whw now ptiMsfoi with perfect tstse through tliis "wiltlerness of sin," hh common frKctions might 1m justly termed, lKrHiiwe of the tearing anil swearing formerly incident thereto. Squire Chappell followed l'rof. Smith, emphasizing that children ought to be taught to work mathematics from princi ple anil not mechanically, ss is too often the case in niaiy schools. Mr. Davis supplemented this idea with some remarks of approval and arraigned l'rof. Smith for saying that it was his practice to occupy two years in teaching his pn- tjlt) f0r fundiunHiital nrincinles Mr. Davis avored that he could do it in 0 or s weeks. Tho Relation of Teacher, Patron nnd Pupil was introduced by Squire Chappell, and that gentleman, in his peculiar cutting way, made it hot for the certificate teacher and tho narrow-mindedisinterested patron, both of whom he declared were in a great measure responsible for many of the abuses noticeable in the management of schools. Mr. Davis expatiated on this theme and, by way of illustration, showed up from Alpha to Omega his plan of conducting a school, which is something alter the plan of the English, as practiced by the famous Dr. Arnold, of Itugby. Mies Alice Stuart s essay on this sub ject wJljch WftH rea(, , ft lllfnilr. clear and impressive manner, indicated how liberally and lovingly she had meditated opon the duties of teacher, pupil and patron. Her views were not exact." ly coincident with the kindergarten sysHUBBLEtem, but their keynote was, "Inculcate -- Jake Uobinson is at home among his the importance of molding tho character many friends und is looking as manly as as well as training the mind." ovrr.l'nderwood Ilros. havo bought A handful! of nuts cant among the a fine jack in Madison county, of Tom dancing monkeys, as related in tho faCurtis. Miss Susio Gentry, of Harrods ble, never produce half the commotion burg, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Cather- among those frisky little imps as did tho Hubble has gone to subject, "Object of Teaching Grammar" ine Gentry. K. among tho already warmed-uteachers. Tennessee to buy some Jacks. J. C. returned front Columbus, Ga. G. Prof. Smith, Squire Chappell and Mr. P. Bright loft Sunday to join his wife at Davis, Prof. McClary and Miss Stuart all Hot Springs. Miss Polly Kubanks has wanted tho lloor at once, seemingly. returned from nn extensive vtsit ttiro' Squire Chappell, however was llrst on Pulaski county. From tho way tho boys deck, and no sooner presented his Itheo are crossing tho rivor from tho Garrard j ry, which was to pound into the head in fashion rules and principles, county side, court must bo going on in i bo neighborly, as our j than ho had his hcola trod on by Mr. Lancaster. Hoys, court will come on soon, and perhaps Davis, who tried to inuko his hearers pill of his you will want to go over tho rivor tlioui swallow that nnd stay with them. Wo will need a which analyzed meant that tho theoryjof good onorgetic gram! juror in our com- - grammar is not worth a continental, but inunity lor this court, ns it has been that tho all and all of it is i'kactke. aomo timo since our settlement baa had This itlea Prof. Smith assailed fiercely, an investigation. 1 see that G. P. Bright inquiring how in tho namo of Georgo and Dr. Green Mooro aro spoken of as' Washington and all tho other patriots candidates for tho next legislature and could a pupil practice grammar unless the people of this locality wish to Bay ho know something about tho theory? that they would bo glad to support Prof. McClary nnd Miss Stuart brought Squiro Bright for that position, as ho is up their heavy urtilhyy and the discussa worthy man for tho place. Dr. Mooro ion became ecorchingly hot. Four or is also a good man and it looks like it lL'o times Mr. Davis was compelled to would bo fair to let tho country people tako tho floor in defense ,of his theory, in selecting a repre- and, after all had indulged in plcntitudo have some "say-sotime. Or, at least, tliu of pleasantry and sarcasm, this topic sentative this country and town should bo noighborly wont by the board. A warm debate as and unanimously engage iu bucIi selec- to '"Which would be tho most beneficial tions, if they wish to succeed in protect- to tho State, graded schools or compuling tho common interests of our county. sory education?" was engaged in by JtuncB Underwood has moVed to Lan- Prof. Smith for graded schools and Prof. caster ami ia building on tho lot that ho McClary for compulsory education, aided by Messrs. Davia and Chappell, who recently bought on Danvillo Btroct. talking of going brought up tho tale end of the arguSomo of our boys nro ment. Prof. Smith being a native of Jcsso Swopo and Kph West, talking of speculating Ohio, where graded schools have reachSomo aro infutures und the rest investing in mat- ed their perfection, showed up tho advantages of his 8ido splendidly; but Mr. rimony. . j to-di- ty j ,,-,- d .., ! ever hud. The presence of Mrs. J. I. Gover and Mias Mary Kay would havo added immeasurably to the gusto of the exerany- cises. Ask I'rof. Smith if ho over saw thing "as tlark as Kgypt." Kvuryhody took I'rof. McClary Squire Chappell as they rode in to couple of Morgan's "rough riders." Miss I.illie l'ettus, a handsome talented young teacher of Somerset, was visiting in the neighborhood, and be a and who hon- d Itd-cl- ass d, j I- -. Ku-ban- ks p pile-driv- sugtr-coato- j " n. to-wi- ored the association with her presence. l'rof. Duvall, of ltrodhuad,.came down Friday, supposing the meeting would be held then, and went back, missing all the fun. Wonder if he has forgotten the "militia V" uu l ol Let every member of the association , . , uy it. i tie roiusjti to give imiim bo at Stanford in February. this committee a day is but another er-- , H. Lke I). ror in tho comedy of errors which has Liberty, Casey County. marked tho 5lst Congress." Sunday-schoo- l Secretary indoin s funeral occurred beOur convention All of the government degins Friday, (Ith, and continues over hero Sunday. Hope we will havo a full at- partments, the local oliices and the public schools were closed. There was contendance. There have been several men here siderable growling among that large class this week from New York and Cincin- who make it a point to attend every nati trying to buy white oak timber for prominent funeral they possibly can, bemaking staves. They employed Uncle cause admission to the church was by ticket, and the tickets were only furnishDick Giboney to buy for them. ed to prominent people. Tho remaining .lesa Brown is lying flat on his with his mouth stretched from members of the cabinet acted as honorear to ear, notwithstanding ho has the ary Mr. Harrison has as hard a task befdie measles. It's a boy and Jess will get him in tho selection of a successor to the well soon as he is better already. TIk measles are getting In their late secretary of tho treasury as his work hero. Jess Brown and two of his worst enemy could possibly havo set for children are down and Dr. Heron and him. It will bo very difficult to find a wife have just passed through n seige. man willing to accept the place who posOne consolation there aro not many sesses the ability combined with the conservatism of the dead secretary; and more hero to have them. Miss Lou Kllis, from tho Boiling what will add no little to Mr. Harrison's Fork, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Georgo A. trouble is the fact that all tho prominent Prewitt. John W. Whipp and daughter, republicans iu both House and Senate Miss Dollie, left last Thursday, by way who have been recently repudiated by of IOiusville, to Scottsville, where Miss their constituents, will be, in fact are alDollie will enter .school and Mr. Whipp ready clamoring for tho place for themwill spend a few davs with his son, Pat- selves. Whoever ho selects he is bound rick, 1io is doing a thriving business in to make new enemies in his party and being a candidate for reuomination that the dry goods hue at that place. Mr. Kas Tarrant begins his Bchool is just what lie cannot afford to do. Bethis morning over in Sharpsburg. The sides this, tho man selected will have citizens of that locality havo done woll to be satisfactory to the business men of to secure Uncle Kas tu teach their school the country, or a financial panic may he as ho is one among the best teachers in precipitated. So far tho men who are tho county. It is reported that Goo. mentioned for tho vacancy are just those K. Stonu caught an opossum last week who should not bo selected. that weighed 75 pounds. Don't know United in lifo for nearly 50 years, how true it is, but I do know that ho and in death Matt. Lynn and wife were ollered to Bell Dick one hind quarter for not divided. They lived in Logan coun7o cents per pound hut Dick thought it ty and dying within a few hours of each was too steep for it and didn't buy nnd other were buried in the same grave. George had it cooked Sunday for dinner Samuel Carey, one of the oldest teland oat it all himself and didn't invito a egraph operators in Kentucky, died at single ono of his friends. Mr. Calo Kiugsville, Tuesday, of consumption. He Brown must mean business from tho leaves a wife and 5 children, ono of way he is going around and looking at whom is Conductor Carey, on tho L. & furniture nnd pricing. Ho goes every Sunday and doesn't get back till .MonErnst us Ilolliday, 15 years of age, thly that i8 to see his girl. shot and killed George Vest, aged '24, in Washington county. One report says Tho Court of Appeals has approved that there was a grudge between them the lifo sentence of John Blyew, tho and that the murderer tired his shot into man man murdered a whole family of Vest's back as ho was returning from negroes in Lewis county U3 years ago Harrodsburg court in a buggy with his and who got away after being sentenced bride. At tho Commercial Club banquet in to hang. Mr. Bland says that the silver men Louisville Krastus Wiman and John V. in tho House are strong enough to pa&s Longley made strong speeches urging the free coinage bill on a direct vote. It tho necessity of freo trade between the is not expected there will bo more than United States nnd Canada. Other ad-l- o negative votes on the democratic dresses were made by Mayor Tyler, Hon. side, while 110 or 3o atlirniativo votes aro E. J. McDermott, President Ballard, of tho Board of Trade, and Mr. Henry Wat- looked for on tho republican side. terson. The U. S. Supreme Court unexpectedly announced that it had decided to grant Mio application tiled by tho Canadian government for leave to suggest n When Baby was sick, wo cuto her CastorU. writ of prohibition in the caso of tho When sba was a Child, sho cried for Castorla, Canadian schooner, Say ward, libeled by When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria. the United States in tho Alaska Federal When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. Court for catching seals in Bearing Sen. This is not tho way Blaino looks at the matter. "-""- -- ,ATK ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, ports oi tia death liavo been given out, but this time the Force bin reaiiy is ' AND IMPROVED. d end, dead beyond all hopes of even a I-. ItatCS $2.5 artial resurrection, owing to the notion ... ., .. l republican Remit ora In iWiilim f. ii. T..f." , of ciuer ana urccn directs, opposite Lourt-Housthat they will not vote for it. It is LOUISVILLE, KY. hard for siicli radicals as Senators Hoar, W. R. LOGAN, Manager. Aldrich. I'Mmiinds nnd Snootier fo oivo A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan. J. L. Marshall, Clerks. up the idea of intimidating the South, but even they acknowledge that the thing is dead and that no further attempt will bo made to revive it. Incon5LrS? sequence the legjtimate business of the ' I OK Hession the annual appropriation bills is fairly humming in both House and Senate. The democratic Senators are certainl deserving of the thanks of the countrv &c. for the able manner in which they foiled line of Quecnsware, Glassware and Tinware just received and will every attempt of the Harrison republi- Big cans to pas the Force bill nnd its evo- be sold at the iiiiionary tho Alurich Only thoHo upon the ground know of tho many personal sacrifices made by the democrats, in order to he All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods, at market price. constantly on hand, prepared to take advantage of every favorable circum- C stance that might arise; but these sacrifices are fully appreciated, not only by Is a question asked the Grocer every day. the grateful constituents of the democratic senators, but by tho country at Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at large, which rejoices to know that both gag rule and Force bill are shelved, it is A.. Iroped, never again to be heard from. Johnny Wanamaker's postal telegraph Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, scheme, in spite of tho amount of gov- eminent money he spent in the publics-- ' Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried tion of his views thereon, is as dead as a Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, door nail. The House committee on n umpkms Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip s j will not even report it. ' eef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, Representative James B. McCreary, - N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. who is regarded as one of the most conservative men in the House, paid his respects to Czar Heed Saturday in a C fJE&kECtE.t. 01 - ft-fimilliner that was quiet but severe. His san-rmm Foreign Affairs iva committee having been refused a day for tho consideration of ita bills, he said: "Never before in my experience on the committee on Foreign A Hairs, has that committee been Washington, Feb. '.'.- -It has been a, long nine dying anil numerous false re (To the Editor of the Interior Journal) j ' j J ijLllii !WWhLiAMB, cr liny. . . c, I0R0UGHLY RENOVATED jcut.-r.MJii- &J I o OUT'S -- , Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, lore-runne- r, gag-rul- jCOWJSST cash prices. WHAT HAVEYOUCrOTTOE AT ?" A. WBBEW'S "MODEL aaOCEHTST:" po,t-of!ice- ' i R?K T . arm cav $tiik nTri . , Golds wmawi FOB, Term easy. nip ii CELEBRATED URES ifrilS EfctN UStE VSJTH RtMEW SUCCESS H0UQH5 FORHftS LAST 2 YEARS. THE FOR SUE EVERYWHERE ilk H PRtPARlO BY Co gyWt(RBSOM-TAYLORMlO.- to-da- vw i ma ST. LOUIS MO. SAIiBI io THE r. London. I 77 RILEY IJ. KiLiEY, HOUSE, Kentucky. Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing i acres. Proprietor, - - - T R. WALTON", Stanford, y back-to-da- tF YOU ARE GOING have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Gicmeacall. pall-bearer- NTOHTH THE R WEST, FRANK RILEY. DISEASED HOGS t,an not become neaithv toad sim ply by the cess of death SWINK RAISE owe it to themsehes and to society to Iu swine raisins that will promote the public ADVOCATE herltli REFORM HAAS' Louisville i Nashvillc R. R. Hoes sho Id be fed Is the line for you, as its DR. JOSEPH Double Iaily Trains Male close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOUL KAGGAGE CHECKKI) THROUGH For an Or W W tnfrrmn'inn enquire of J A CARI'KNIKK. Acent. ydjlillliii HOG & POULTRY REMEDY, The only reliable medicine for swine. I'l.NN, Ir.iv. Pass Agent, Junction Unf irU, Ky. C ty, Ky Used Successfully for 14 Years. Tutts Pills natural It Ther proilttco rcffitlwr, Inter! froeva-It cuation, nut ur gripe or funiilj' nietllciuv, dallyHlioulil lio Iu etery household. bn.lnos. Au tUoj SOLD EVmtYAVIIEKIi:. PREVENTS DISKASE, ARRESTS stops coroit, INCREASES For sale by DISEASE, DESTROYS WORMS, Malaria, Dumb Chills, Fever and Ague, Wind Colic, Bilious Attacks. OTLT3FLI3 HASTENS MATUR1TV. THE FLESH. J. 50 B. pr Prices: NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. I est. Write tar testimonials, -- nosology, a pamphlet on swine, will be lailcu lor a stamp. Orders b inul receive prompt atteation. JOSEPH HAAS, V S, Indiauapolis, Ind. 93 two-ce- nt cei.ti STANFORD, KY. 35 pound cans $12.50. $2 30, $1,25 and package. The largos! are the cheap, FOSTER, MT. VERNON, KY. This old and Hotels still maintain ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe cul attention to the traveling public. M. P NEWCOMB, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. 83-t- Mf$ SAW lCt.tr v? it feSplifi J'Hst.sUislmwioiuirjvV 'ow8sIwOk3hJ I. vmss&s&m ISIS&&3 vtiii.sr4tgr iAa-- c -: - Jo ui T I - J. T STJTTOIT & CO., HUSTONVILLB, KY. E. H. FARMER, a? Are stilt In the business and ready to do any e have a full thine in the Undertaking line. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes every description. Our hearse, which is nearly of new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. U. Green has charge of cur business and will show our goods to any one needmir anything in ou 4"tf tine T0NS0KIAL ARTIST, STANFORD, KEN'TUCKV, s Barber Shop on Mala street, opHas a posite Purtman House, and invites a share of your patrnnage. Prompt attention to outside calls and special attention to ladles and cbildrcr,f AVork done in the latest style with neatness 'and disfirst-clas- : patch. 83-f- A 'It!, ' Jt 't: t ?V"' "r r ?i i? i . & V fi; It is estimated that tlio cost of the fanners' candidates for The governor, Messrs. Clay aud Clardy, spoke ato Indian war will bo $2,000,000. There are 11,000,000 callous of wIub- at Bowline Green Monday, but if they fraud ky in bond in tho Lexington district. bad nny views on tho Stanx)ii, Ky Fkijruaiiy (, 189 they failed to elucidate them. We take Tho Ilecla Iron Works, In Brooklyn, it that they are both too sensible to ad- were destroyed by fire Wednesday mornscheme, but we ing. Loss $000,000. vocate such a wild-ca- t F Enoch Bradster and Charles S. the question defiwould prefer to have exStewart were arrested in Louisville in nitely settled by a straight-forwar- d wcelt, Tun apportionment bill passed by pression from them. tho very act of making counterfeit dolboth Houses of Congress aud which the lars. bee? president will sign, of course, increases Both Houses have, nt the president's Fifteen minors were drowned in n the representation from 332 to 350. Xo request, passed a bill extending tho time mine near Unzelton, Pa., by tho waters State lews a represeutativo and the fol to 30 days during which a cabinet vacan- from an old mine breaking through into Alabama, cy can be filled. Tho little man wants a now one. lowing gain one each: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, more time to make up his alleged mind Hon. John K. Hendricks, of Smith-lan- d, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mis- than that of 10 days previously allowed. announces that he will not be a souri, New Jersev, Oregon, Washington Besi les he doesn't want to appoint n candidate for the democratic nomination Illinois, Minnesota, successor to Windoui till after Congress f jr attorney general. and Wisconsin. Goods come Pennsylvania and Texas gain two, aud expires. Senator Stewart saj B he will have the s Nebraska gains three. As the o2d The Louisville Times presents facsim silver bill placed as a rider on the pen$"" Tkr""T& is already elected, this will have iles of the Mguatures of 23 city and coun- sion bill if it cannot be gotten before the ! ft no etlect on it, but the increased number ty ollicials, which show House nny other way. CW wClv, cL, Aitt that the gentle- will be chosen in 1SW, and after that J. M. Kobitibon A Co.. Louisville chirnorimliv if llli'll llmlnrutntiit v. ...... v,,...,...; , .. nnthilli' . "n there will be 441 votes in the electoral else. It would bo hard to find 23 w ill also test the validity of the college, requiring 223 to elect a presibill, the most uupopuli r measure evnames. dent of the U. S. The present Congress er saddled on a free people. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. should not have made the apportionThe so called States that have but ment, but the republicans wanted to Mr. Miller offered a resolution to one representative to" their two Senatois make hay while the sun shone, though make a day's work in the convention aro Delawaie, Idaho, Montana Nevada, it must be confessed that the bill is not equal to seven hours, but it was defeated North Dakota and Wyoming. bo ultra partisan as it might have been. by Lev. Steele, formerly a Cincinnati people to To the lazy rascals. theatrical maunder, is in jail at Louis red-hGoods, Gov. Buukner made some Goods, Sam Jons the evangelical blatherville.for stealing an overcoat which ho skite, can light as welt as work that re- personal remarks in the convention Wedpawned forjl to buy whisky with. markable jaw of his, as this little circum- nesday, in which he admitted that he no The census shows that 20 out of stance shows. During his meeting at Pal- had said he would not sign the constitu100 married women in Mummc-Ihiestine, Texas, in November he was par- tion so far adopted, and added he had no setts are childless and that those who do ticularly severe on the mayor of the town apologies to make. took a hitch on them- bear children stop at one or two as n The members Maj. Word, and denounced him in his uenernl thine. 8irmoiis on several occasions. The may- selves Wednesday and made good progAt Coinishville, Mercer county, the or was absent but he swore venceance ress. A number of sections of the circuit I drug More of S. P. Delmun and the dry sv Do qou, on Samuel. Monday night Jones re- court report were adopted, including one -goods establishment of U. C. IJottoms it turned to PaJestine to lecture and next to "dock judges tor absence except in Co., were destroyed by fire. Loss 57,000, morning at tne depot he was attacked by cases of sickness or casualty. insurance $1,700. In a private letter from Delegate W. he may, or who g.mjliim several severed Michael Kvrand, tho murderer of a cane. Tho preacher defend- II. Miller he reiterates his belief that the licks with Gonffe, was beheaded in Paris Tuesday ed himself manfully ami finally getting convention can cet throuch its job by morning. He refused all spiritual con- Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. UKI5ANSKY, hold of the cane lit in to his assailant March 1st, and have nothing to do but solation and met death with a sullen and nearly wore him out. Both men to review tho work. Ho says that after fortitude worthy of n better cause. bled profuelv but Sam was able to jump the courts and the legislative reports are The Knox circuit court sent John Bonds, whs uniting his son. Mr. A. Pen on the train and go his way rejoicing. through the others will require but a A LINK ()! Mayhew to the penitentiary for 30 nington. at this place during the wvek The mayor was immediatly arrested and short time. There are in the Constitution Con-- ! years, says the Lexincton Transcript, Col. J. B. Fish, of placed under bond foraggrav.itod assault vention 13 or 20 shocking demagogues. which figures that ho will have to serve sf veral dnys this week and carrying concealed weapons. 1M) years, if ho gets the same child is very low aud They succeed in constantly intimidating the State sentence for all the murders lie has com- live. Mr. McClelland Johnson, of Inns The bill to divide Kentucky into two about 40 good men, who are, neverlhe-- i judicial districts, as proposed by Onll sorts M2C5, kinds and shapes. villi, was hero Monday to see his sister, less, awful cowards. Tho remainder of mitted. Wilson, seems to bo mainly the delegates nre men of ability, integri- Mrs. Belle Bnrntido. 'Mr.T.T. Blanford, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Cigars and Tobacco, Meal, Meat, Hour, Iard, Heans, Mince Meat, agent at Livingston, was here Monday. for the purpose of making places for his ty and courage, but they nre very often friends, without regard to necessity or t in the minority. Owensboro Mcs- A pair of mules that weighed 3,.V0 Mrs. Fannie Thompson has returned to Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Hominy Klakes, Apple Mutter, "o'. expense. It would open up n small senger. pounds brought $V00 at Columbia, Mo. Garrard. K." Lard, Canned Goods. Dried Fruit, CofTce, Tas, Salt, Lime and army of offices and cause public build-inc- s N. Prewitt bought of George L. John Moran, who is in jail at Nash- Cement. As remarked in the last issue one . to be put up in at lo.ibt four can't always tell what tho convention Carter a lot of 1.400 pound cattle at 2f ville for the murder of his adopted Cutlery, Plows, Seeds, Stoves, Queenswarc, Tinware and Harness. towns. Lawyers who aro in a has done. After adopting a court of ap- - cents. daughter, "Nl in Mamie Dolau, was nj position to regard the question without peals with five judges and abolishing of this place, some 23 years ago It. L. Hubble bought of Harris, of citizen bias, say that Kentucky does not need tho superior court after tho expiration Garrard, 10 head 1, cattle ut ana ran a iiarroom. u was wuou wic OLIVER CHILLED FLOW REPHIRS SPECIALTY. another court, as the docket is always of the present judges' terms, it reconsid- - 3f cents, railroad was being built. Ho had a kept clear, and easily so, by the Federal ered the whole matter Tuesday and re-M. F. Klkin it Co. bought of Henry tough reputation, a number of robberies v prurs. At exceedinglv Merlin Kettles going at cost. judges who now preside in the State. butcher and a killing or so being laid to his ferred it back to tho committee. The D. Baughman a lot of victim door. Moran claims that the 2 cts. report on circuit courts was then taken Massachusetts continues to increase up and among the few sections adopted ' stufrat XC. & Henry Kmbry, of Louisville, bought took strychnine, but a young lady friend EC. her expenditures for educational purposof John Kmbry. of Jessamine, 100 export testified at the coroner's inquest that was tiie one providing for the apportiones, the amount last year reaching Moran struck Miss Dolau on tho hack of A ment of the State into 30 judicial dis- cattle nt 4$ cents. f Mr It pays her very handsomely tricts, with four yearly court terms for J N MKNKFKK T. L. Lillard bought of John Ander- tho neck with a hatchet and threatened to do this, as is shown in the fact that facts iu each. An effort was made to fix the son, of the Preachersville vicinity, 22 fat to kill the witness if she told tho she now has a democratic governor. Tho tho case. cts. judges' term at eight years with ineligi- 2 and 3 year-olcattle at more education a boy is given the greatbility for John M. Hail has rented to Mrr, but it was- left at CRAB ORCHARD. er the chances for his taking his place six with eligibility. The judges must Ferrill, of Garrard, his farm of (12 acres The best selected stock.nnd lowest prices in Central Kentucky. in the party of tho people. If it were be 30 An body who wants the correct years old aud have resided in the the John Pennington place for $rXX). not for the dense ignorance of a great Stato two years. J. C. Kuhanks and Took Hubblo dis- t'uie will do well to call on Dan Holmau; I.U.1XKISK, SASH, part of its voters there would would be . of cotton mules in he has a boss time piece. posed of 3 LATIS, DOORS, CEIJLING, but a Binall republican party. NEWSY NOTES. The partnership of Pottimt '.oiler is CohmilW, Ga., last week, at $100 to SHINGLKS, SIDING, dissolved and those indebted to them, The republicans are pretty thick in At a dinner given in New York to 33 $150. Verandah and Stainvork at city prices. Montie Fox bought of Burton, of either for drugs or medical services, aro Pennsylvania, but they haven't got persons the bill was $li,o00, or just about Garrard, 23 yearling mules at $75. He requested to call at Pettus it Beazley's things in a sling by any means. A dem- $200 u plate. S3LA.T also bought of S. T. Harris S of same at and settle, if they wish to save cosls lin. WOVELTST ocrat is governor and stands ready to set The Sundry Civil appropriation bill, The protracted meeting at the Chrisseal of condemnation on auy vicious carrying over $31,000,000, was reported about $100. the We carry a full stock of evcrythinrr found in a K. B. Bishop has sold his farm of 2fi5 .tiui church was continued this week legislation or resolution. His latest ef- to the House. acres, 4 miles from Paris, to Socrates There has not been the interest mani fort in that direction is a veto of tho resEight large near Laporto, Bowles at $D7. The News says it is one fested in a meeting for a long lime, as olution instructing tho Senators from Indt were burned, entailing a loss of Kxamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract of the finest unproved farms in Bour- there is now. There have been 31 addithat State to vote for tho Force bill, about $45,000. for building. bon. tions up to Thursday. SINE Se MhXhH-i:- , which Senator Cameron had refused to Stanford, Ky. The mercury ran down to 40 below The News says that feeding cattle Mr. B. G. Alford and Miss Bettie support. zero in North Nebiaska aud South Da- showed some improvement county court Pennington, of Stanford, were married at It takes a great deal of clothes to make kota this snap. day at Paris, best selling at 3 to 3.00. tho residehceof Mr. J. II. Stephens, on Tho largest olive oil factory in tho Broke mules were in slow demand at a passible looking woman out of tho litTuesday aiternoon by Rev. J. G. Livfcw world will soon he built at Los Guilico.-"- , $250 to $275 a pair. Berntle pack of bones known as Sara ingston. The wedding was a quiet afand she goes prepared for any and in Sonoma county, Cal. hardt Cattle are in fair demand iu Cincin- fair nnd but very few witnessed it. Oflr A strike of the 10,000 coko workers nati, with best shippers at 41 to Ai; nil emergencies. On her arrival at New best wishes. York Monday to make a starring tour of in the Connellaville, Pa., regiou on next bmelioxa 3.ii5 to 4 50; feeders 3 to 4; Miss Sallie Green is visiting relathis country, it was discovered that she luesday seems inevitable. hogs are iu good shipping demand at tives in Danville. Mrs. J. H. Stephens The poker rooms have been closed qq or tops; sheep aro firm at 3 to 5i. had aboard the ship 107 trunks aud 10 and little Annie May aro visiting in of baggage, a sufficient num- in Louisville by tho police and the fes other pieces Tho load of mules that Dunn it Fox Stanford. Messrs. G. L. James and G. tive gambler is out of a job. ber to fill five cars. had loaded to ship Friday to Atlanta Bobbin left for Liverpool, Fla., this week. The Ohio House has passed a bill to was sold to K. W. Lee at $122.50. He fine In a Bpeech in 1872 Gen. Garfield said make eight hours a day's work in man- also bought of George Robinson, of Gar- Born to the wife of W. E. Perkins a girl baby. Mrs. Alice Newland went to "Wo may reaaonnbly expect that the ufacturing establishments and mines. rard, 15 yearling mules at $!K). Advo- Louisvillo Tuesday night. Mr. A. C. expenditures for pensions will hereafJ. M. Henry, who robbed the Bank cate. Martin and wife, of Maywood, are tho ter steadily decrease, unless our legisla- of Montreal of $1,500,000 in cash and seWin. M. Rue it Son have secured guests of Mr. T. W. Napier. Mrs. M. extrava- curities, has been captured in Mexico. tion should bo unwarrantably from David Bonner, of New York, the W. Thompson is visiting her father in gant." As they haye increased 100 AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STl'DEHAKER WAGON The southern republicans in Con- stallion, Mambrino Startle, full brother Louisville. Mesdames Clifford and fold since then, tho presumption is gress and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new stock are trying to secure appropriations to Magnolia 2:15, and sire of Mambrino Gresham, of Rowland, and Mrs. Frank not violent that. that, the legislation has for industrial schools for negroes and full hue of repairs. Also have the Dicks Keed Cutter, which is of tho Maid 2:17, Yeiser Boy 2:29, Corrinne, Lutes, of Kirksville. were tho guests of been unwarrantably extravagant. conceded the best one made. Sjtitli. record 2:31, for the season of their father, Mr. R. B. Ward, WednesA terrific blizzard prevailed in Illi- 1891. Tiikiik is Homo talk that tho Constituday. Mrs. Dr. J. D. Pettus and daughnois and Iudianu Sunday, tho mercury Buying miller- at Atlanta and send- ter, Miss Maud, were tho guests of Mrs. tional Convention will declare the Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. they are now tinkering on, the in some localities running down to 12 ing them to Kentucky seems to be of tho Mary Ballard, of Itichmond, this weok. nature of tho business of shipping coal organic law of the land, without asking below zero. I can furnsh you almost anything you need in the Hardware or GroThe republicans of the Ohio legisla to New Castle, but a Scott county trader an expression on its merits or demerits cery line. Agent for ttrodhead Tobacco.' ture have petitioned tho president to ap- is credited witti the former. He bought THE CQMEERCIKL HOTEL from tho people. Tho body lias tho olds at $100 anil shipped them OWENS, Manager, right to do this, but they dare not assert point Calico Charley Foster secretary of 24 J home. it. Its members would have to move the treasuiy. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. L. O. Matthews, of Union county, away from home if they did. MT. VERTh5,R0cl(GASfLEC0UNTY. Tenn., hnd both of his legs cut off by beI have uten charge el Ihu popular hot- -l Dr. Peyton was here several times apit intend to run it in afiru.clawi manner in eicry It is related that the new Senator ing run over by an L. it N. train near respect. It it beini; papered anj pamml trcm during the past week to see patients. from Kansas, PeU'er, wept when told Middlesboro. being renovated and l top to bottom, the comfortpleaiant A partner with a Hinall capital is de- oertlilnt; done U make itshall nevvrand .1 an Three negroes tried to burn their that he was elected because of his Bob able for guetu. The table ri rrow for Ingalls, perhaps. They are J II. OWENS way out of tho jail at Friar's Point, Miss., sired to assist in placing three valuable ed by hoteUiu this section. m of nominating him for president but the flames spread and all of them patents on the market. Address Invenon tho alliance ticket in 1892, but he'll were cremated. tor, lock box 137, this place. All tho agents on the L. it N., inhave no occasion to cry for the other felKoch's lymph killed a man into P. W GREEN, Proprietor if they do. was injected at New Haven, cluding tho K. C. division have been low whom it Conn. He was not iu an advanced stage furnished with freight and ticket tariffs Sk.vatoh Tunrii:, of Indiana, has introI have recent' r tiken charge 01 thU of consumption. for and between nil htations which went into ef- Hotel and duced a bill to make U. S. senators, elecmtnd Lerpint; it at its preeut hi h Will Turner, who lived near Mid- fect on Feb. lbt. itandard. Special attention given lu tne tra clln tive by tho people. Tho body will hard"CMtorlntssowellmdaptod to children that Cutorlit currfl Colic, Oonntlrwtlort, dlesboro, was killed on Baptist Creek, Frank and Joe Prowitt had a hard I ubnc Hour Stomach, DUtrrhrca. Knietutlon, ly pass it, however. The rich old coons Tenn., I recommend Itnj Rupcrior to any prescription largo grey fox, which they First-Clas- s by Berry Turner, with whom he tussel with a Kills Wornni, glre kluep, anil jrumotca dl- known to mo." II. A. Abciiek, M. V., who buy their seats will prefer to do engaged pestlon, in a row. were removing from a steel trap. Frank Without injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. y, legislatures. There's business with the In connect o i. Alo Tho movement of cotton into sight was badly bitten and had his clothing Turn Cornea Coiipamt, 77 Murray Street, y. Y not so many to buy in such bodies. during January aggregated 001,004 haleB, badly torn. They succeeded in slaying Pool and Billiard The Louisville juries coat tho State surpassing any previous record by more the animnl. L. M. R El D, Clerk. than 150,000 bales. Capt, Pennington, of Mershon Cross 73ti lot the last 13 months f 173,671.91 Semi-Weekly Interior Journal sub-treasur- y W. WALTON. The Louisville Store i Clothing, Shoes and White Has hern extremely busy for the past and lhanhs are due oar patrons for their most liberal patronage, as oar trade for the last twelve montis has VERY SATISFACTORY. y Con-cres- t, Kr GHP fsi,' J& -- TVT fJ Xli better-writte- n And prices now ruling on these bring the Fine Crades Down Within Dress than ire have will breed each Of many ot buy them. heretofore unable quote prices on Dry Carpets, Hats and Trunks would require more space at our disposal; but the prices are right and are such as ry - Controversy between Seller and Buyer Doif worry aboat prices.' The only question want the goods , i THE LOUISVILLE -- ST''ORE Proprietor. Con-gress'n- ?S i Groceries & Hardware, incou-aequent- al 400-poun- 8 1 A B. W. WEAREW. d - Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOOUING. car-load- s IH.IXSt WIRE A2SD - FE1TCE. FXKST CkASS LUMBER TTAHD. r. jl, &:ajlil F O QlPWHO- - A ' j m sK)nii - STAPX.B LNB FASrCTT GBOCEKXES, 11 now-talkin- 9- -1 MTEHS HOUSE, n Infants Children. Sample Room Parlors. t , - y .' i .w . ;tJ.s!rfit,l..ib.-At,4'4- , "2 : . Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal fi, Clovku Skkii at FitrriH & P. Hardin's. Hampton's. lkoi: Lick WatkimiI m Stanioiu), Ivy.,. Fkijhuahy 1801 OuA for rock salt for stock at Farris Hardin's. Fou fruits and II1(1IIVI1 O it I j . B.O.WAiTON,BU8.ManaKer MEANS confectioneries go to Wiiilk triininiiiit tho old aapins of the yard tho initials "J. U.'1 were found 011 onu 20 or morn feet from the uroiitnl. Uncle Kd Mcltobcrts says they stand for Jerry Hnyle and hu re- members that that gentleman cut the court-hoiiw t.tu.r8 al)0It Xl ymfH u BUSINESS. Yontnecount ftr.d flottlo in duo nml rundy. K. nnd obllgo A. PERSONAL Penny. iL- - POINTS. Fiiiht installment of carpels, oilcloths, Hui'lky wi'iit to l'lirkuvillo ruH, Ac, for the hpriug trade, received Mit. II. yesterday. Seveiameit Sou. W'dni'K(lny. S'iuiiik.I. S. Mriii'iiY returned Irom n Fivu shares of stock in tho Danville visit to TnxuM Wedmwdiiy. ami Crab Orchard turnpike will bu sold D11. J). I.. Ik unlit to KlrkHvillis in front of thu Court-- ! louse, on Fob. Oth, with n vuw of lotittiim. court day. .1. It. ItiiouMNti Iiiih boon itppuinUd W11.1. Itt-- t i.i. Mewrs. (ieo. II. llruce iiiuiiiiI bnH'iK" iKiit of thu K. C. , and J. C. TtiouipMiii have spjdied to the '.Mil. John W. Kmii.km.in, of l.'xin-tonwiiH over to mms tils jmroiita tliin city council of .Mlddlcshoro for iiermis siou to build a l)iiint's Iioumi on their Mvuk. H. C. Kvui.hmav liM niovod bin lot in ltlock 1ft, X. K. Cumberland AvMn. family to 0110 of tliu Murphy Iiohuiw on enue. Depot htreot. Fiia.nk Lkk, thu L. & X. hridgo L1rr1.1t Natiiiin Hntee W'enren, who for this division, has bought of Iihh Iihh been vory ill with pnmimoniH, Mrs. C. J. llailey a lot on Incuster to impntvlniK. street, hImvh the railroad, and 1ms Miwi Yih.im IVihman unittl with for a S1.000 cottage to be built at Mum .Street CluliUimi ehureli Sun- once. the day by baptism. Lcxiiipton GiizHttu. Thk attention of the city council is C''i.. John S. Hiik., of UniwoMvillr, called to Mill street. It is literally washwbh in town yetderdny en loutu to .it( r, where Iim will M in tho iro)- - ing away, when a few dnllats judicious '.,'lrfii of Uielird liuiitry foi tho kiltiiif ly exjHMided would sve several linn dreds. Can't tliew slow motioned indinf JohnNnnlifer. Juh.k W. IC Vvknon xnd Stijwrin-t- i viduals get a move .on themselves:? F. McUlHry wunt to Krmik-- f ndent Sm Owuns has had the trees in the rt Tuesday, the former to argue n mm? CourtlloiiHC yard triiuined, a step renbefore the court of appwl and tho latdered necessary by the condition the ter to protect to the Htiperintundunt of sleet left them in. I'nele lCd Mclol)eits public inMruetion aAinxt ImviiiK a jmrt iHwsed the job sud while some of the ol n Lincoln county mrhool ilitriot trees look like a dog with his tail cut on" to Oixey his ears, the work whs artisticiil ly done, but there won't lw much loafCITY AND VICINITY. ing under them this summer. IIoiiPKund lot on IjiuchpUt utreet for A pbllow who gave his name as Mile. Apply Ui.I. A. Carpenter. Toole was found in A. I'ndorwood's MtiK J. I'. (i(KU will open ft eeleet iMMrdint: house at Row laud with ins nubw nptioii flnxl at Tiirnerdville, Feb. head Iwat up pretty badly. Xo one li.. knew where he came from, but it Iihh oruiiuen, ltimotiH, Hpplw been discovered that he was with the (ch..ncti, Aand batiHUHH frenh and flue at S. S. I.. X., at Ijouisvillc till he was ilischarged. Getting his money he got into Myers'. a game of poker and not only lost it all, Uk. .Mr. John ltrij;ht te'la u that iee but got a head put on him besides. He an inch thick covururi hh pond yehter-da- y then wandered oil and getting on a morning. freight train, stole a ride to Rowland. sion. CJ. yen-tordticai-puter con-trietotl d Fiia.nk UiiKR.s hiw Ihiuii Kniiitinln pen- Tiik Climax nubliHliesa list of nercons Youn account is ready and must be Mmlison county who pay Uxv.son over peltled. W. It. McltobertH. 10(HK). It onutiiins th 'names of 102 and the nveraire is fi(),7.'tl. Hon. John Cal Oi.ivku chilled plow points nt W) cci 1. llanis is the his lari.st nlIt.K..fc W. H. Wearon's. being ?1 10,000, tho Alex e A Fou good second-han2 Tribbl etnl coining next with $103, wngou. Will sell cheap. M. F. 210 Gov. McCreary is credited with Klkin. f lt),b70. ' 1 tax-pnye- r, t Sai.e.-liorp- d Wk made several inelbctual ntteinpls by tolegmph vestt-rdaafternoon to llnd out if tho Gentry case would be tiled at I.iineHstr. Two witnesses for the defense, X. H. Woodcock and Mr. Fife, wcru nlrtcrit, and the defense will net agree to go on without their testimony as given Iwfore is admitted. Laths. Gen. W. J. Iindram telegraphed that the ease was continued for defendant. ciation will bo held in Lexington, Feb. This will without question be the largest, by far, of such gatherings ever held in tho State, and its influence upon the future work for young men will be great. Ruddliisin has a larger following thnn any other religion in the world. In the case of tho Christian religion the Roman Outliolies have tho greatest numerical strength. Taking the communities of tlio world, tho Kpiscopal church outnumbers any other. Then follow in their order, Methodists, Roman Catholics, Presbyterians, Raptists Con gregationalicts and others. In the Uni ted States, taking the various Methodists together, they lead all other denominations. 10-2- 2. FOR TIIK BIGGEST- - B&RG&iiars - IN - Knglisli-spenkin- g WiLliiitfiid. mm, JtWMT NKW ADVKllTISKMENTS. SZLVSSWARS1 In the county, go to Choice I Blue-Gras- s Farm bargain, I- &CD3R, ( SALE. ,it .. my Ur-11 Joii.ySam Moiihk, of the K. C., is .il. M., ho.J TJ i wit ll prialei-- , r. formerly known us !....!. 71 iht Jacob (juet Ml M twffJ' CT Q li II li J Ia V TkV- -r D LB U HV I gteat favorite with evervltody inehiding the ncwsjwipcr folks, and the latter have Acres Excellent Land, In prime condit on, and well Improved, lln(t been guessing for a mouth what partly of Crab Orchard, cl tion he would have after the L. A X. on the in the Nlimit, K. ihcto-tI. K '1 lie (arm nearly equally by the pike divided took povicptdon of his rottd. They haw leading South from lon, ,n re on bcinj; tixed him in half adoen positions, hut thi Kn. t tide on which ihremanniun175house, a the lar-- , roomy anil brick of 7 rooms be Col. C. P. Atmore, general passengi r lde kitchen, hou.p, tah t, &c , aud on of the L. A X , 114s Jhrilly settled me Writ sidei' 5 im, uhn h has alio h comfortrtkvnt able liime rcitHe out houei,Ac. the vexed question by appointing him will sell the plc at a whole, or if dturcd will will the tracK ainjly acf letMtit general jmis'nifer agent with nulre aneither of and comfortable horr Fither vet elejrant e, cm ollice at Cincinnati Col. Atmore is a int to kchouh, churches good turnpikes ..lid the r ilroad. I'ern-jman of much anagoMty and hu and the bp de'rnu of the place hewn over it by Jame llav, now roidin ii it e L. V N. aro to be congratulated on premise term apply or address me at Dan hu ille, Ky so excellent no assistant. pi 200 WTSPKCIAL ATTICXTION GIVHN TO REPAIRING and all work guaranteed. i c 1 i well-bui- lt R0BT. FEF2EL, Watch Inspector L. & N., Dealer In I m-- .11 WAKBI8, CLGCKUSO ' . . . ' , y7-- tf JAS W - Ocn local in Tuesday's paper referring hue of (iliwawaro ever brought to tide to the fact that Mr. Lewis Dndderrar's market by any one. A. A. Warren. mad ctonc was the onlv one in this sec huvlng clniiua ugiiiiint the tioti, brings to light a similar stone, Mate of T. C. OotTey nre. requested lo which may prove of groat value to the present them to mo properly U'ritlcxl. citi7ens of this immediate section. It is owned by Mr. Andy Wallace, a relative J It. Paxton. of the I'lkin familv, and is said to be I iiaVK added to my already eomplute much larger nnd even morn ellective barber shop a chair for tho children, and than the one belonging to Mr. Dudde-rar- . am better then ever prepared to attend The wonderful stone has been in to their wants. Jiwsh J. Thompson. possession of Mr. Wallace's family for nearly a century and is piized very highA ncmiikii of young people enjoyed nn ly by him. .Mr. Wallace may not br old fahioned candy pulling, given in strictlj speaking'a Samaritan, but is perhonor of Mitwen Ambrosia and Kelt fectly willing for those in distress to use It. ThoniBH, of LouiMvill", at Mr. it when necessary. MeKoberta', Weilnenday evening. "You have no idea how many people t iNaiiHwertoa Crab Orchard try to beat tho toll gates and the numwe will nay that chap. Hi, art. X ber of tales they invent to impcMeou thu (IS1 of the Itovised Jstatutea inakea pap keeper," said Mr. John H. Dickeison, It unlawful to catch or kill ipiail and who minds the gate on the Danville certain other birds after Fb. 1. pike, the other day, as he proceeded to containing $2 for the I.J. give us a number of examples. Nearly In a letter for another year Mr. M. CI. Cash, of Clif-t- all the gates pass ministers of the gospel Texas, a native of thin count j, who free, when on ministerial duty, and that Star State, racket is worked almost daily. "A daphas prospered in the naya. "Your payer has becoino a Iioum1 per looking fellow caino along the other "and inquired hold neccHsity in inv family and never day," said Mr. Dicken-pn- , 'Do j 011 charge preachets?' I sized him 'want it discontinued." - up and Hiiyn. 'Xo, always make them is reported that U. F. Davidson, pay cash.' 'Hut,' says tho fellow, 'the It general iinumjr and treasurer of tho law says that preachers shall pass free H.irbourville Land A Improvement Co., anil I am a preacher.' 'Yes,' says I, hail very lUttorlng otler for tho stock 'hell is full of just such preachers as of the compiny while in N'uV York last yon.' Seeing I was onto him, ho replied week and that tho annual meeting of as iie handed mu his dime, 'I be d d if will tho directors to bo held it is.' " Mr. Dickersou has been nt tho Wo hope ho. probably accept tho oiler. gato for a number of years and has got of Sterling, Kas., so he can read human nature like it hook, On. P.P. Titi'KiiKAKT, consequently the fellow who fools him lakes occasion in i letter enclosing anout of a nicklo is welcome to it, if ho has other year's Biibftcription toeay: "I told no compunctions of conscience about you hiBt HUimnur to look out for a polit- stealing. .. ical revolution in this State. It is hero A 1110 st'liKMK. Ourenterprieing citinnl the glory of ti.o past fovv mouths compeiiHates ono in u ureat measuro for zen, Mr. A. C. Sine, has evolved a hislonK residence in this republican scheme, which is likely to reach a sucstrotiKhold. Of course I am strong al- cessful issue. He has obtained nn opliance man; 'onythiiiR to beat Orant.' " tion on the old Commercial Hotel and his plan is for thu Odd Fellows Lodge on a K. C. Mamilkii. Tho piston-iohere, which is in a remarkably fino fengine broke, near Taris, says n dis- inancial condition, to buy it and erect n patch, and tho rod struck tho ateam splendid three-stor- y brick building with KauRO, causing tho steam to ewapo. This ollices and a spacious hall frightened Will Davis, who was riding for themselves. Mr. Sine laid his plans on the enjjine, nnd he jumped oil' in tho before lodge the Tuesday night nud was cut, breaking both lej;s and crushing his gratified with n most favorable response skull, causing fatal injuries. Dayis isnn from the members. Tho lodge will likeenn'mo hostler at Rowland, and was go- ly tnko tho principal amount of tho stock ing to Falmouth to visit his parents. Ho and tho rest will bo taken by the .memwas aged about 20 years. bers, of whom there are over tiO. If Mr. midnight Monday, Cien. Greeley Sine does succeed in having u splendid At ordered up the cold wave Hag and said brick building take the place of tho old soro which now cumbers tho ground the mercury would go down to 'J0 by eye Wednesday. Tho third ellort nt Main and Depot streets, it will bo a 8 a.m., to his sagacity inoro endurin that direction proved tho charm nnd moimncnt temperature not only went to 20 ing than brass. Thu building would altho itthocold-cs- t so prove a paying investment to its ownbut saw it ono better, making day of tho year. It remained in that ers, besides furnishing nn ornament to neighborhood till yesterday morning, tho town, which would bo pointed to when tho weathor began to moderate with pardonable prido. Let ua liopo tothat Mr, Sino'a dream may be more than and "warmer, fair" is predicted for realized. day. I HUKJllft opeuwl the liiiliilHOUU'ht Ail pernoiw 11 Tin: K. 0. Frank Harris has ly done. submitted this schedule for the running of trains on the K. C Richmond JPinc 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, at 0 o'clock a. M ass mixed train and I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky-Ilolh desirable homes. For information and arrive at Rowland at O.IM). Return at term address 'k) a. m. as passenger train, arriving at 10. MRS SUSli: 1. ADAMS, Richmond in timn to cuteli tho fast train it H West Main Street, Lexington, Kv. for Cincinnati, which gets there at 5 r. m. Leave Richmond as scnger train 2T02R, at 2 i'. m. and arrive at Rowland at .Denier In. ss mixed tram return to RichIf not sold privately, I mil or Monda, February ylh muni) the un f Stanlord, uri d.iy, mond. Tho same crew could do hII this K 'dfer for Mlfrt ol th best red and one ol and then run Iih than loO miles. Thi. the bet 'reedcTj in the Mate lie is nearly 16 GROCERIES hands high. Hack Mith mealy nre Anyonede arrangement would suit Stanford Glassware, Tinware, &c. wnnic to imy u h a Jack Jin call and ice him or and we think all along tho line to addre me at McKinnc), Ky. O odd J. CROW. jgllas on hand a'frcsh supply ot canned goods of every description, Richmond. It would give us an indes maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a pendent line to Cincinnati almost as iZJ quick as the Southern and help our peogrocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, I desirr to sell my farm ol about i,V arres situple in various ways. Give my Nudavene, something new, ated a'.xiul ''t miles north of Stanloid on ths raisins, &c, in great variety. ltinh llranch pie, opposite thcold cnurcli Iherr a trial. . In our lust issue appeared a scriptural are alut $0 acres In wheat and rye, the balance in timothy puzzle, w ith oiler of the paper ono year ol the farm well set kitchen M'd (tuod dwellins a splendid new it four rooms and free to the person a correct an barn. Is well uatcrid and fenced. I'osttssion can be given immediati particulars, eu J. P. swor. So far we have received solution-oKsiley. Stanford. or write the nn'lersiuned al -HL. WIlIlhKS. attempted solutions from Howard Cincinnati, Ohio. Hruce, Stanford, Mrs. M. P. Morgan, Pinoville, Joel Kmbry, Stanford, Mrs. W. O. Hansford, Cm!) Orchard. Miss Annie McKinney, Stanford, and Mis. Sallie A 31uo-txraFarm For Sa!o. It. Hacklev, Danvide. Tuesday's paper will contain the piuzle worked out, toI offer or sale privately the Henry Hester farm Is Receiving His gether witii the names of all who have of 60 acres, twirl) all rich bottom land; 11 acres sent solution-- . Since writing tho above kjvrn in heat ; the balance in gt.is. The dwelling has si rooms and is in good reMra. J. W. Brown, Mt. Vornon, and pair. There is a new barn, Rood well, fine orchMisses Ida Prewittand Kittie Palmer, of ard and fenctuc on the place. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call, Point Leavell, T. J. Hill, nged 12, cash; balance in 11 and 18 lf Terms P. W. Carter, Stanford, J. T. months IWession to be Kit en Feb. 1, 1S91. Livingston, Crab Orchard, and Miss Apply lo me or my agent, W A. Tnbble, at It. Pettus, Somerset, have been add- Stanford, Kr J. V IT.YTON, M. D ed to the list of would be solutiunists. -- Capt. la-uv- u t,iir "Repairing neatly and prompt- FOR SAL35. All Work Warranted. Watches a Specialty. ) 96-1- 1 JjCDS: c SALE. 1 J. W. RAMSEY, 111 I AtfD HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE first-clas- tirst-rat- e 3Tarm For ale. . r A Special Bargain. 33 ttto1gtlfi SSIMBSVMaMSMVMSSSSSSSSSiBtSSSSSSH .4,jRUPLBY,- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. first-clas- s One-ha- Sal-li- e ocr-- lf MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Administrator's Sale , court-bous- Fine and Staple Groceries, CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. corrca-ponden- 1 LadisUus Hachinger, a German, and As Administrator with the will annexed of .1. M. Philips, de d I will, before the Miss Hello Plummer, a Lincoln county door in Stanford, on damsel, were married near Crab Or 9U1, 1891, chard yesterday. Cal Murphy, li. and Nellie Clark HI, Olfer at public sale to the highest and best bidder the very desirable home, consisting ol a House kids from the and ten Acres of Land on Danville Avenue of a pair of poverty-strickePhilips died possessed uhlihj district of Fayette, were mar- contains Mrooms and kitchen and all theThe house necessary outbuildings ried at Lexington last week. months, ei,ual payl'rrni of Sale Su and Walter L. Adams, a young man of ments, notes with approved secuntv n adc pav.t. hie to myself as Administrator and Bearing inter20 summers, and Miss Nannie MaryXor-dykeest from day of sale W F VARNO.V, i wee damsel, four years his junAdmr. I.M Philips with will annexed. ol ior, were married nt Mrs. Mildrod in the Fast Hud yesterday. e rIoiidiy, Feb. 1 Sugar, Salt, Coffee, Vinegar, Molasses, Tea, Starch, Candles, Syrups, Honey, Meal. Lard, Flour, n FARINACEOUS GOOJJS: Spices, Maccaroni, Cheese, Flavoring Extracts, Raisins, Figs, Citron, Prunes, Currants, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Parlor and Hall Lamps, Qucensware and Tinware. out-lyin- g 1 1 , , Xor-dyke- 's 1 11 to-da- y . . 11 w d Pennington, drove up to Crab Orchard Tuesday afternoon, where, in the parlors of the Stephens House, their long tnlked of marriage wad consummated, Rev. J, G, Livingston olliciatiug. They returned Hustonville, Kv., to Stanford yesterday and will livo in the Myers house, on lower Main. We congratulate Mr. Isaac Shelby Saturday Evoning, Fob. 14, '91, Tevis nnd bin bride, Miss Sallio JohnAt 1 o'clock. stone, on the happy consummation of their hopes. They were united WedIn order to close our partnership nesday afternoon in Woodford county, business, Rev. W. G. McCready, of tho Kpiscopal church olliciatiug. The dispatch says: We will sell to the highest bidder the above named property. "Only near relatives of tho couple were In present. After partaking of n lunch Mr. laTerms: months, with cash; the remainder sale. 6, interest from day of and ig Mrs. Tevis wero driven to Lexinguud W D. & J. 0. WEATIIKRFORD, ton, from whence they go to tho "Tray-eler'- s Hustonville, Ky. Rest," in Lincoln county, tho homo of tho groom." G. Alford, Stanford, and Miss llettie Mr. H. of EITBX.IC SiSXE FARBIS & ETAKDrKr. Weatherford Hotel. S. S. MYERS' STORE -- is- Headquarters for All JSinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruits, All kinds of CONFECTIONERIES. Nuts and Cakes, pure hand- made Candies a specialty. FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOURS, Served in any style. Main street, Stanford. My rooms are elegantly fitted up. S. S. MYERS. One-thir- d 90-t- d CHURCH AFFAIRST store-room- J. M. Hruce writes that his meeting at Glasgow cloned with 115 additions to the Baptist church. The road from Jalla to Jerusalem will be complied next year. Tarsus, St. Rev. H!' nine mi, The Old Reliable Jeweler 1 in the Lead. Paul's town, has had a railroad for sev oral years. Mr. M. N. Ditpauw asks us to anC. Hopkins will nounce that Kid. hold a Sunday school institute at tho Juuction City Christian church, Feb. HIV Cures cuts, bruises, old soretc, slm diseases, corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches halter Wherever it has Diiriii. dew poison and bruises brcn used it his given wonderful satisfaction and tor removing torenes is remarkait propensity ble. Numerous testimonials will be (cured and will appear 111 this space at a later date. Made and sold by J. 11. 1IU.OINS, Stanford, Ky. oo-i- CO Has the larBcst and MOST COMPLETE STOCK 3 .RIKA!) TB.IS. On Tuesoay, February xo, lectures. We le-- - DR. HALL with be with us again, And deliver one of his inimitable 15. and hero next Sunday night nt tho uaual the Knglish language male,we commend them to the female, th'e bachthcyoung and old, the hour. Ho will also preach at Danville elor the elder and every class of the community. The lecture is under the management of the Suudny morning ut 11. Christian Endeavor Society. They arc to be ben. Annual State Cunven-tio- n efited at well at the speaker, so we hope all will Tho Tenth turn out to hear him of the Young Men's Christian Aeso- CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 94 6t Rev. P. T. Hale, of Birmingham, have only to rcler you to those who heard hip- - to know whether it will pay you to go. These . A In., will preach at tho Baptist church lures are as pure and chaste as can be written in in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in Watch or Jewelry Repairing Don't have, to who can do anything send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is folic-ite- d A. R. PENNY. and I guarantee satisfaction. zmimX K4. Jewel; y ever shown in Stanford at prices as ow as tli e lowest. ii&S 4 A tis crWTS 'kXlmnsMBMHmTflKjBmTfl?fl?amYMBnHm?aKmTaTflx avlssr"S?uffi?4mmmvvmmmmmfn4gBaS"w'9K HHHr2MNMB(V'lmiWiWTVf9v sPSSnmjBac ?v Tewl?mW&rmiwBSGBr T nHPSHMpnflH7arapi&Mr rH It'lsjvrSJmmBmmMnKWnjiflBmmjtsmn1 y K S (. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna. AT "Ha In no N com.'nK I" All Uie world U ilocktxl Co 111 lust" ."u frosty splendor, A million gleaming Jewels nro tcvulns to and Afar oVr dazzling npncea her listening; heartbeats aenil hor To greet tho welcome muIc of bells across the snow. Raws With eyes that catch the leader as their silent footfalls Im.vto; Nor she, who laughing gayly, that paco of swift-nprnlsvs, and his steeds come flying o'er As tho o ina.-.to- r publlahod Evory Tuoaday and Friday $'Z P3S1Z fro; ... prwnen .. eso cn noi o paiu o3,uw ..III YEARjy ADViaJfCK km. tirrm.t ..a.v-- - Vl Tet, near the curtained window, It Is not she who K. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. n., returning at 5MS L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. P-- the vaU. Matt train going North ' South Express train" South North Local Freight North 1 116pm 50 a m - - "MP"1 6 35 S 3114m "m 5P The latter trains also carry passengers. The above ii calculated on standard time. time i about ao minutes fatter South. Solar the shadow his darling wait the minute When his deurost voice slmll call her, bis stroug haiul olusp her ou n. A midden w ondur thrills her, life lmtli such sweet-necIn It To the Ife who reigns a princess, nor needs a stately throne. A little in ftOYA! 9 fBOYALJSVM Iloiscomlngt Crisp and clear the tJelgh bolls semi their greeting; Sn eet and merry is their nmslo as It juvils across the snow. A word of tender welcome, n kl.w of love at meeting, And a way away to Arcady tli happy lovers go. Harper's lkizar. Sixty the Average Ago f More than httlf of tho constitutional convention of 1787 wero men who hntl not reached tho ngo of 45, while there nro only .seven men who nro not post Jo members of tho ninong tho eighty-eigh- t United States senate today, nntl four of iheso coino from tho younger states of tho west, whero thoro nro fewer old men than in tho enst, Mnino nnd Vermont having, according to tho census returns of age, moro than six times as many mules past tho ago of CO proportionally as Colorado and tho Dakota. of tho eighty-eigNo less than thirty-sevesenators, or nearly half of nil, are of past CO, nnd nine of them beyond 70, as A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest allln leavening strength. U. S. Government Re three othors will bo wi'tlun a few port Aug 17, iSSg. months. Mr. Morrill has n colleague from Ohio who, liko him, was born in 1810; RIC1IA11D C. two who wero born in ISIS aud three iu 1818. Three of these have, liko him, Is a Candidate for Auditor of the Slate ot tubiect to the will of the Democratic parly. sought and obtained after they wero past 70. Tho average ago of R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. all tho senators falls only about a year short of CO. DENTIST. In the supremo court tho change has remarkable. Since Pierce's on Main street, opposite Porlman House, Office upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless day but ono man has been placed upon 0XtraCtingSTANFORD. KENTUCKY. this bench who had not passed tho ngo of 4.r), while of tho twelve nppointees during tho past two decades no less than DR. W. B. four wero moro than sixty when they took their seats. Of tho eight judges left after Mr. Miller's death ono is 70 Office South side Mam street, in office recently years old, ono is 74, nnd ono is 77. vacated by Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Century. J POWDER Absolutely Puro n ht WARREN Ken-uck- y. beeu-equall- y PENNY, Dentist. IB, m ,s first-class I. M. BRUCE, FIEB year from nil sources, which is probably tho largest amount taken in annually by J. H. URBER, Proprlotor. nnj' club in New York. Tho opening of - the Manhattan Athletic club has brought field as to the ' reasonable rates. n new comjietitor into the accommodation at Open day and night. Sample room and good ll cry aggregate amount of receipts, and its in connection. directors estimate its gross incoino for tho first year at something liko 100,000. Tho Union League, which for years HE3STT. led all tho rest, took in last year from nil Having leased the Menetee Stable, I now offer sources .20C,400, and so evenly wero its my NEW STAIILE on Lancaster street fur rent. expenditures balanced that tho money Ithas ten large Hot Stalts and is the very bet place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for spent during tho year was only $293,o00. A large cittern at the door. the coming season Tho Manhattan club has the largest Call on or address membership, which accounts in a measA. T. NUNNELLEV, Stanford ure for its large receipts, but tho Union Leaguo club persistently refuses to inW3SX.X. crease its present limit, which is 1,600 members. New York Letter. Clubs nro not run to make money, but to pay expenses and givo tho memSPECIAL ATTENHON to COMMERCIAL bers the best of everything nt a.s nearly .1..-..-..XTn.nw.t..1...n ..!. Vino, il.1,1 travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. i;u9b juiiu iu iu:N3iuit;. iiv t'l iiict.3a, tuu vehicles used in livery receipts of a big club are enormous. The hordes and Only Manhattan club, siuco it went into tho old Stewart mansion, is said to have a THE SHELTON HOUSE, revenue that approaches half a million a STANFORD, KV. iMty. - s?ms, Club Incomes and Ktjiciiho. Few persons hnvo any idea what it costs to run n large club in New York .... Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 94-o- s FOB, f 77-- tf BORIBTG I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the work in a good maiiLcr aud promptly At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. L. T SMITH THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REirEDV JFOIt I SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &C. PRICE Send Hires I two-cent 50 CENTS. stamps for freo swnplo ' I', TARHDIDSOAP ABSOLUTELY PURE, l FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, AND NURSERY PURPOSES. 3TAR-0I- D CO., Chicago, 111! For sale by A R.Penny Stanford. and M, L lfcurne, Stanley nt ItufTalo. There was a funny incidont connected with Henry M. Stanley's visit to Buffalo. Quarters wero engaged at tho Niagara hotel for Mr. Stanley, his bride, heri mother and their servants. It Wits thought fitting to givo tho explorer tho bridal suite of room. In tho hotel reside several ffushionablo families, including that of Mr. Henry W. Box,, tho millionaire street railway lawyer. Tho ladies literally stripped their own apartrugs and furniture ments of to enhance tho beauty of tho bridal apartments, believing that it was a very courteous and proper thing to do, and thinking that they would not miss their household ornaments for tho few hours tho Stanley party had arranged to stay in Buffalo. So delighted wero Mrs. Stanley and her mother with their splondid quarters that they remained soveral days, to tho dismay of tho lenders, whoso own desolate npartmentd looked forlorn. San Francisco Argonaut. bric-a-brac, I 3tt In Colorado, near Red Cliff, aoout n fortnight ago, sundry prehistoric relics were discovered by miners in a cave that had been tho place of sepulture of a primitive American race, and had been closed for nges. The petrified bones of human beings and beasts wero found 400 feet beneath the surface, nnd though the latest report tells only of tho beginning of operations, tho minors had dug up a hardened copper knife twelve inches long, with an oval handle. The history of dancing from tho earliest times to tho present, including every characteristic national dunce, will bo illustrated at the Vionna Opera house. The performances will includo tho danco of David before the ark, the slow measn ures of tho Middle Ages, tho old dances, the Highland fiiug, tho Irish jig and every proper feature of such an exhibition, all to appropriate music. Rev. C. H. Lovejoy, who is an aspirant for the chuplnincy of the next Kansas legislature, once offered up a prayer of such length in tho Topcka legislature that ono of its members afterward it to bo "tho first complete statement of Kansas affairs over made to the almighty." Cas-tiliade-cbu- pGREAMto li Roller Exlract.JjBr There is a pompons, fussy old gcntlo-man down town who has managed to accumulate a good sized fortuuo by close attention to business and by keeping a rigid curb on his generous instincts. This prosperous merchant cm-ploys a score of men and loys, and year after year ho has been unanimously elect- -' ed by his employes as "chief bore." He is full of sago advice, which ho distributes about the office with a lavish hand. His favorite admonition to every person that is unable to ecapo him is, "Never lose your nerve and never loso your tern-Ior." Ho says thnt that is tho motto that brought him success. Never has this fussy philoxophur been known to make a Christmas or a New Year's pros-ent. Great was tho surprifeo therefore, among his clerks when on tho last day of tho year he called them singly into his private oflico and impressively pre- sented each clerk with a neatly envoi-- ; ojed box about four inches long, two inches broad and an inch nnd a half thick. "A scarf pin, by Jove!" was tho mental ejaculation of each recipient of one of those taxes. Tho pompous employer gavo with each an admonition not to ojH?n it until after office hours. An group of clerks watched the languid hands of tho clock as they moved toward tho figure V. Finally the hour of release came. Meanwhile the employer had departed. Moro than twenty taxes wero ojoned then and there with nervous haste, and nn equal number of Tho Finest on Earth scrolls of iwtper were taken out, ierued The Cinminali, Hamilton A l)aton K R i havStily and thrown on tho lloor with the only line mnmriK Pullman's I'erletlcd SMy hnir At Velitul.l Car with belvswfH l'arlor Sltvpmt: scornful exclamations. Tho oflico boy Hnd Oininu lr.un,eriee l CinciimaH. ! jnd Chiiaipt ami is the tmly li dianaiMli who swept up tho scrolls of jHipor is Cta-- e Through KolimnR Chuir Cars for tho statement that each nnati, Keokuk ami SnrinKhcM. Ill andhferptnc IN & CO.'S, Al. piece contained tho words, "Never Csr Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Only Direct Lino your nerve and never lose your temper." Ky. lleiwten Cincinnati. OnytoH iwi. Talwlo, DeNew York Times. troit, the it e KcKinnand Canada. 'Ihe road ia neof the uldent in th Stated Ohio and the oni) line entoriMK Cincinnati over as illnmnrck In llerllu. miles of double track, ad frmtu past record can Prince Bismarck, when passing through more than attureiU patrons speed, comfort ana Co. safety. Berlin on his way from Yarzin to sileeverywhere, and see that they Tcketon was tho object of hearty dem- rend C . II A I) either in or out ef Cincinnati, OF STANFORD. KV , onstrations at tho Lehrter station. His Indianapolis or Tololo. O McCOKMICK. Is how fully organised and ready lor bttMacss with K. arrival had lnvn announced, and many (General Passenger and 'ticket Aj;nt. hurried thither to bid him welcome. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. When tho train arrived tho ivoplo crowdBucklen's Arnica Salve . - - - 15,000. far The ed round tho saloon carriage and cheered sores, best salve in the workl Mires,cnts, btmm, Surplus, tetter, chapulcers sslt rheum, fever enthusiastically. Tho prince, who ap- ped hands, (hilblams, corns and all klt erup peared at tho window and shook hands liens and potiimly cures piles, or BO pay requir SUCCESSOR t.. Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, ed. It is irive with tho iHKjple, said in reply to inquiries or mint)guaranteed to Price perfect satislactior, 5 cents per boa. ietnnJed ho was feeling very well, which was KoralhvA R I'ennv, Staiilord, K that (New clou tig up) with the same assets and under . the same maHagrment. confirmed by his excelleut apiearanue. sre as Hy provisions of us chatter, rttpotUnr Pronounced Uopoloea, YotSavod, Pointing to his fur cap ho said that it fully prole le J as aie dVpokllnrs IH National held Individually Krom a letter ntleu by Mm Ada K Hard, of Hanks, it shairholdeisbeiHg had been very cold at Yarzin. Croton. S I) t jirnle "Was taken with a had ol the amount of their stack the c When tho multitude became some- cold, which iled on my lunjs, cough et lis aud liable to at the stentvalue thetr.il, in addition to the wr Iheresn Four doctor terminated in con.umplion amount invested in such shares ll may acta what noisy the police Iried to interfere, finally a fully as Case nve up sasmg coul.l live but a short time Bismarck, smiling, ljavem,nlf upturn Svir, determined if I ci.nld circular adminmUatoe, trustee, Ac, but in vain. Prince an individual m friends on enrth I would meet Te lhoe who entrusted their butanes la hi said: "I have not seen n policeman for a not sta with My hu.baod w .tdviMd Rank ot my abei Lincoln ih long time. Don't deprive mo of thnt loxet lrt ones above. Diwovwy tor Consump- while mnJglOK' here tender ourNaisossalthanks ami many Stanford, we we Kin' ( Nev U ,m' l?S ? trust they will continue to transact their ssiism pleasure." The train left the station tion, Couilh. and '"' ' Kve aud I thank Ood sue it guarantee fr amid vociferous cheering and tho sounds all eight bottles,andbs curedwossuhs." 'I rial bot- with us, olfeiing as twenty years prssmpt hearts espertemce ia am how a ell le same, our of "Deutschlnud, DeuUschlund, uhe: tles free at A. R Penny's drssc Hote, reftular we unkHtg and a Ii be rl ace m m uda twwt as are banking with sound apjwrtred to 5 cetits and Ji. Alles." Tho IIIKKCTOH. bo in excellent hettlth, and sjioke in a Eupopny. J J. WiMmms, Ml. Verneuj jocular tone with mnny persons on tlw This is what ou . t In hve. In lact J. M Hail, Stanlurd; are life. lutlv it ml platform. Somo one exclaiming. "Since sen r have for to daily enjoymournm Tuousauds they becaute aud J. S. Owsley, xsusfotd ; it chine your retirement the Bourn's liavo been And it Hot Thousands upon thoiuuMsds ul dollar S. J. Knsbr y, Stan feed , by our pvople m tSe hope that bad," Prince Bisinnrck replied, "Nevoi are spent annuall) this boms. And yet it maybe J. K Ln, SlanUrd; ihev mav attain mind; Europe remains 'where it was." tuul'byad. We guarantee that Itleclrsc Hiisors, A. W. Carpenter, .Vllltedgevilte; if Hied ai cording to direction and the ute per Cor. London News. J. K. iMUKbnvan, ltusteaville; si.tedm, will brmx you itood dinesttoM i ltd oust J F. Cash, Stanlurd, the demon dysppM and install m.lrad Kupeps) WiUwm Gooch, Stanford, Ky ClilciiRii'it Steel Steninlilp. We commend Kleciric lhlters foe JjvBtmu and liver, stomach of S. 11. Shanks, Prmdeut Two twin steel steamships stand on all dice andthe per bottle at A and Vidn R Penny Sold at oc Ji J II. Owsley. Cashier tho stocks at tho yards of tho Chicago drug store. . W. M. llnght, Teller Shipbuilding company nt South Chicago. Miss I.cnt, a school teacher at Win- J. II llaui(hutin, Renfral Hik. Keeper They are nearly ready to lo launched , nelmito. Minn., w hipped one of berpu-into tho Calumet river. These are being built for tho .Minnesota pils, which so incensed the child's pa-Steamship comtmny. Ah tho first Hteel rents thnt they assaulted hor so savagely vessels built so tut west as Chicago they as tocnue her death. are of special interest. They repret-enMllos' Nerve nnd Liver Pllla. tho firt season's, successful work of n principle reeulatmK the liver, Act on a ne pioneer shipbuilding company. Tho stomach and bowel through ihe nerves. A new, they now stand, are S30S leet iu discovery Dr. Miles' Pill speedily cure as torpid liver, piles, constipation bad length over all, with a keel of 292 feet. I'npqualed taste, men, women, children Smallest for The beam is 40 feet and tho depth 2H mihieai, mresi so doses j$ cents. Sample free feet. At present they do not contain .1 at A. It Penny's, Sun for. I single stick of tiinlier. The main deck, I'nlluri'H In I. lie. howevor, will be floored with lumlwr w In People and tho hold ceiled with the same units tnorallty. fait in inu lujr in ny iipi'''liuslnrs. In Ii mi und In His'Mpertxil rt unii-it- ii rial. The voeetU. when complete, will honltb. A ! I m. o I iW not o( (allure i i.t thi have cost $310,000. The carrying capac ctiiiso tin r i v'ort iriiTij nt h : m ity of each will bo 2,500 tons. They are nei of lire ; ii ntin i't in;s lh dlr being fitted for the Lake Superior iron nes. he !.n ins, f. int.Its lh s'o "i.ich. winci, .he mer on. e'r lain. indui trade.' Chicago Tribune. tnrpid'tt. run.'a.lKiTi, flu 1'. hi Um ellaldti I" ir. s nitii KlmiiHier ma ton neii Kornltli" n.iil idl " I)r Mii'X.- - Cure (or Sunn ln on felirtiury t. Ilio Im t m.i A,: )vi1. the In uri ami luuga A gentleman residing near Now York iruurnnti ml nnd i rviniui'i de.l by A It 1'ouuy day Trent i e irce city remarked to a friend on the-ltAn Iiiiii:rJaul flatter. of February. 18S3. "We shall have snow nle ot 1. the i cr Dr.ii- tt -i todaj ." There was not a sign of it then, the Itstio-..tiSlo.nl uii.l N rn- - a TI10 Mm it 1Ji.mo ei fills .1 Inns felt medic in .ire ..t. m m. .' x.. iimj ant ilunK but beforo noon tho white flukes began tlioy es. r while it it sc-- iin.vvrsal sattftsc want with owniTMif Ilnrst-Hoto fall. When next they met the friend tlon in lira ache li'r. uin. .eplen.iie. Mull's asked, "Hmv did you know it was going se.xjul .u .niiliy. I iiaCttuciK, &pmir inomorN. till . with Wnrt, Kimtn, UrniM, Cutn, Co.. Tioy. N Y to snow that d.y':' The sad and singu- dlMlries. Murphy,llunoo of ll.m.o Creeh. .Midi , C StniiiiH, Sjiraiiif, ()M Sol w, Jliirh Wirv Ainbe. .t Co ol Fort Wnyue, lnd . and "Forty-threyears ago II Woo'lwo. tii lar answor was: t'titu, i'tf. It innkt.-- no iliU'i'n'nco hundrtds of oiiiors tnU' thnt they never linn today I buried my only sou. It, snowed died nut iiiedioinc wli.cli aold so iiiiiully. or how ImiK thi' Knot Imh licon thiTf, or Trlul buttlos ol this that day, and has snowed uii the Ith day pae s idi how htuil it and book on Ncrsou. DNoa.es. tif it i not of tlu Krout mt.iicino of February every ynr since, therefore 1 free at A It Penny', who guarantees uuj will tkc it oil' on tho "NO boiif, i felt sure it would snow when I m.ulotho recommends It. CURE, 110 PAY" Hriii. In romovitiK romark." Let tlmse who fancy that tho law of probability is of any value when tho knot tho hair coiiich oir, ami tho applied to any imrticular day ascertain NATIONAL BANK placo bot'oinee. very Miro; whon yon how many chances there aro that it Hton iwinvr it, tho hair con ion back ith consecutive would snow for forty-threOF STANFORD, K nriKiniil tolor, Mini not traro of the years iu a certain part of the country on knot is left. For plan of inHiiranco, . the 4th of February. St. Limis Itopub-licittc.oall at tho uiiilurbinuii tlrtiKKiht'", Capital Stock anil briii"; your animal with yon. Wnrsuw 'a W.ilnl I'ellnes. 16,500 KorialebyW II McKoberts, druggist, StanSurplus During tho jwst ten days our town ford, has been the abiding place of a large Attentiun of the public is invited to tho fact number of cats, which, from their ac- that this i he only National Hank in Stanford the National Hank Act. Under the piovisisns tions and appearances, have been ad- depositors are secured ofnot only by the capital judged wind. Jerry Kuddtr. anexpiosa-man- , stock, hut by the stockholders' liability lor an to was bitten by one of tho rabid ani- amount equal to the stock, by alti.it depositors of fund of $400,000 secured mals, an exceedingly painful wound be- this institution are Five aworn statements of the condition of the bank it United To guard ngiuust all pos- are made .icli year to theexamined States ing inflicted. ana its are at vtatcd times sible danger all cats showing tho least by governmentmutts addititonal agent, thus securing CONSUMPTION symptom are forthwith shot. Warsaw and perfc safety to depositors. 'I his institution, originally established as the SCROFULA Cor. Indianapolis Journal. Depo.it Hank of Stanford in 1858, thon 1 A Good New Year's Present. 1 1 1 J j The Queon of Portugal has boon very A. S. carefully educated. Sho is a student of SUROKOy DENTIST. history, delights in mathematics, and is Sho Bpoaka French, Office Ion Main street, over W. It. McKoberts' iv clover skotchor. Drug Store, Stanfenl. 1'ortuguoso, Kngllsh nnd Gorman. Sho is said to bo beautiful also, and is vory SALE. FARM popular. The Empress of Austria's faco and I offer for sale privately my Farm of 8$ Acres, miles south ol Statilord, near the Somerset figure is a surpriso to those, who conpike. It is In a hih stale ol cultivation, all sider her a sort of Amazon, having acres, has all tho necrary in grass but heard so much of her horsemanship and ImiiIJiiiks, Is well is watered and fenced andadeir. many fox utile place generally Call on or address ti.e at being in at tho death of so hunts. Hor faco Is exquisitely dollcato SlW0so'i;mKy O.A PKVION. and refined and her figure is girlish and graceful. I Tub Empress Augusta, at tho ngo of thirtv-seveonco nppeared in tho uni form of a lieutenant of artillery In tho streets of Berlin. When her husband In the corporate limits of Rowland was about to loavo for England, during M II J DARST. Rowland. the riots in 1818, sho brought somo valuable documents from tho Princo of Prussia's residence Into tho roynl OR palace clad in tho manner described above. This was on tho Iflth of March, and so oxcellent was hor disgulso that Tho Vory Desirable Rcsidenco no ono recognized her. on Danville street the house is Piti.scK Ukouok of Wales has boon And good repair and Ihe rd is assigned to tho ship Excellent to learn in and beautilut contain 5 large and altogether how to shoot big guns as a preliminary to being promoted to tho rank of com- Tho Plnco ia ono of tho Most in Town. mander and being placed In charge of a vessel. Ho has learned his seamanWill sell or rent on easy terms MISS MARY I. VARNON. ship easily, and oven at present ho Is Stanlurd, Ky not compelled to mess with tho common lieutenants of his own rank, but all tho arrangements of tho ship nro E: upsot so that ho may hnvo sojmrnto quarters and occupy tho captain's cabin. sB& Ir. PRICE, 1 s Hi FOR nin tl FlmlmlmB amW be-in- For Sal Twenty IiullditiK Iols FOR SALE RENT. Itf(tamx', .ssT Ml jl II llavini? remosed i"y Itirl'er Simp to the Com metclal lloti'l, 1 a in pibpared to ac. ommodate laIn anything; they may dies as well a gflitl-mr- ti s. liil.iren also wnum on wish 111 my line .an I1.SM. THOMPSON. ii me InCommeri isi Hotel. s ITE"W SJ&W MILli. I hnse finished my new Raw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 mile trout Maiilor.l and aie prepared lolurmsh anvki.i.1 r It.MHIK. MilNllKs, I will sell the I urn c .at LOW IM I'Ktt I berat the mill r drlitrr, t suit pur. hasers, (use men trial I wilt cawr.t cstn.it hi"klr at Stan (trd or Itowtand a J tper.M Do-litfhtt- 'ul lt O- - !c!ir M,tMl(ll,M I CASH 4i .r A II IIA-.H- N Paid For Hides and Fur, OLD KY. ROUTE I) New,V Mi.tissippi Valley Co ' Newoit , I" bte ran-iih- k Washington, Philadelphia All points SUid Veatibulrtl I rains in he R ELK Baltlmoro, Now York, and Southern lstDuly one mghl out Irum esi gt I n. 1 1 Stanford, Ceirectcd Time Card ia Nov isy tco AcLum DaiW STATIONS Lve Stanford.... Fried-richsru- Farmers Bank& Trust Daily .l.irre. FsSun tMJy Tasl TastMsill ' . " " " " ' " " " CiletlHirg. MorehsMtl OMve Ashland- - Lesmglem. Winchester K. O. JursetHM. Ml. Sterling. u y n'n j ij if pm it 40 ; ss hs u . I llttl.... .....pm .... j$ I . 7 pm y pm . HusMlngfji ... . 11 4) jus of pm j J3 tj $ 50 1 11 pmi a 4J pm ... am am m pm n j ; so 1 nn pm pm 64 40 pm . an pm to '" am pm pm I I an v 10 a j WIST HOUND Lve. HuntiHclosi ' I ' -- Arr I.eiiKgioN " Caileiisbutt " AshUud a " Olive Hill M Sterling " Winchwter ! 1 .. 1 I 1 10 pm ms usi 4 pm 1 4 j j M M tj pm ; pm j$ pm ij 6 y I it 10 jj 11 i e sms am ami j 1 .. pir aim 1 4 am 4 am! b 45 am 7 i 40 pm ft 1 ' pm .n n; . am ar 1 1 Limited Veclibuled l.spfet. ran daily and 1 s Pullman Vestibuled MuHrt Hteeprr between In, Wahingioi, New rk an Thl iratn I made patt I the celebrated wvllle, Leisssatam, Old Point Comfort 1 alten-tio- ss 1 V, Knat E V. Jf dally escetsi l'at Mail I rams runHuuttugHM, Sunday ' e .Make direct tween l.ringl and Huntington wills C A O , at As'i coeerolMn al land wish S. V. K , al UtHchr.lfr with k C R K north and south ImmssI, and at I.csington .lu X . I. S and C . N. O. A I P. Kailroa.'s L I esMgiost and Olive Hill Accommodation daify . . .. .. c r. .iw in in ....1 nam rv c jvtici ciiii . limctot. with S K. ad at full nsKtrmalMM I regard Kto for tounwlle, I'str in tales, Ac .apply to any agent of tht or cosine, tmg uno of lluntlMfto on the C. A O. Route rKK.. II V tc..c ,coti, M vi si P. and I. , O W. M . W IIAKNI't Lesmgim Ky siucinnati. ihiio S F II MiiRsI ( P A , S HARRISON 1 P A.Ashlan' Ky m 1,000-ton-ne- 1 Kentucky GentralR.R. "HLITK O K-Y- L F. CUTER' JsOUTJC" t vos-sol- s, btlioas-ncis- MAGiC Tho ShorUirit nnd Qulolcoat Itouto from Contritl Kuntuolcy to nil points North, EnrJt, Wont nnd South-Won- t. Fnnt I.lnobotwoon Lozlnifton nnd Clnoln- SCIIEDULK IN KFFKCTNOV j South-Hound REItlGVER! i. io. No 0 !' No t. Ki Sun. I No. Daily B 4 Sun . vlt i 1 oin-U'iit- e hi-s- ! i ! i 1 Air Lancaster... Arr Lve Arr Arr Stawfoid.. Richmond . Lve Lve Lve Air Arr Lve Arr Arr Cincinnati Covington. Falmouth.. Paris .. . . Lesington Parts Winchester.. Richmond.. J54jpin a m is p m J Sa P ra iS a m is j p m S i P m I j 10 p m'n - p m 6 so p m m 5 J7 II 7 am o ij to ia to p m 1 p m . ?MpiS 15 5 10 p m 0 4I BioamjSoopm 'sopm p m nv oS p StB a ml g 11 -- llerea. d. I.lvingten . J oj P m 5 so p m ia p ..... .. ,.- - m .... w....'. -- , .... ' .. .M - i- - f y. Noith-Houn- rc-i- Ns. j. No. 1. jj9iJS n- J ' h.t-1- . . r o i . I i, ; Lve Llvingstoo . 8 00 a m . Ia& 5 3 Lvellerea ........ ia 15 a m Arr Richmond.. w 4$a m -- "Tc ". . Lve Stanford .. . 7 00 a in Lve Lancaster . 7 jo a m ........ Arr Richmond. .. a ij a m .. . Lve KicTTmood... 05 p m 6 10 a m Arr Winchester. I 54 P in 7 IJ a in . Arr Paris JJ p m a 00 p m 7 00 a m 141pm I.ve Leiiugton Lve Paris pm 7 jj a m 4 S p m Lve Falmouth.. 4 11 p m 9 IB a m, c v p m Arr Covington. 5 40 p m 10 44 a m, 6 37 p m Arr Cincinnati $ SO p m 10 50 a m, 6 4 s p ra g-V;-- S - J - - 1 Ttsam'" 'II FIRST 7 SS. e . 11 S200.000 govcrr-inei- 1 SCOTT'S OREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR, BUT EITHER GOLD MEDAL, IDOL-KIN- G transactin Kan., hnd arranged to celebrate tho fifty-fir- now with In. ihties Corover befuie business promptly and liberally than its long and anniversary of their marriage Doc. honorable t areer Accounts of corporation, fi'lu firm, aud individuals respectfully solic2."5, and relatives were prjsent from va- curies, ited. rious parts of tho state to isrticipato in The Directory ( tins Hank is composod at In tho morning Mr. T.J Foster, of Stanford; the festivities. Forestus Rmd, Lincoln county ; Strong died, nnd in tho altornoon Mrs. J W. Ilaydeu, Stanford, Strong passed away. Cor. Chicago Ilor-alS II llaughraau, Lincoln; st 111 d. Died on Their YVeiMIn;; Aniilviirsiiry. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Strong, nf Ottawa, lied a the National Hank el Stanford ill 1S65 and Sjjain re orgiiufd an the Kirt National Hank of Smntnrd in iVtj, has had practically an iininter ruptcd existemeof t cars It i bitter supplied mmiim BRONCHITIS COUCHS COLDS Wasting Dicoacefl Many Imvo gaiuctl ono pound por day by its use. Scott'a Emulsion is not ft Bocrot romody. It contains tho stimulating properties of tho HypophoB-Ehite- a and puro Norwegian Cod Oil, tho potency of Loth being largoly incroasod. It is used by Physicians nil over tho world. Wondorful Flosh Producor. runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati leaves Leiington 10 00 am; arrives Paris am; except Sunday 10 No, 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives I'almo-it701pm: except Sunday No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600 am; arrives Cincin niti75$"am; except Sunday. Train Notes. No j runs dally, except Sunday, between Lexington and Cincinnati. No Sunday only, makim: nil local stop,, No uruns daily h'tweer Cincinnati and Lexington 4 runs No. 6 and Falmouth Accommo-datio- n No, 8 now depart from new 4th St Depot, on 4th below John st Note -- Trains No nndFalmouth Accommoda. lull .No. 7 arrive at new 4H1 bt Depot, on 4th below John st Nos a and 6 make connections Winchestei Inr points on the N N St M V Ity,at IMI'ORTANT.-Train- tol this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Last and West. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. W. L MUNSON. Trav. Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati. S. I. H.MORSE, Gcn'I Pass'g'r Agt., Cincinnati, O. ILK. HUNTINGTON, 't and Gen'l Manager. GENERAL OFFICES? Chamber ol Commerce lluilding, Cincinnati, O Note: Double daily train service on Sundass between Cincinnati and Lexington. 1 OntheMaysville Ilranch, No 9. leaves Paris at am and No. It, at J 37. P m, arriving al Maysvilleat 1010, am, and p m. No. 10 leaves Maysville at j ao a m, 7ss, arriving at Pans at yao.ani. No u leaves Massville at 150 and arrives at Pans at 4 io,p m. These trains are daily escept Sunday. Jo. 4,5. No 43 .Note--Train- s 1 " Vlce-Prcs- M. I b T on -" SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY. rrcvliiltiito reilektrlmilitiii In 1)11 City. barH. II. Rand has oiected a live-foricade of biiow in front of his crockery Inland is entitled to 103 seats in the store at tho foot of Harriet avenue to hotifco of commons, and at the beginning prevent it from being sinoohed to smithOFFIOKRS: of the present parliament tho Home ereens by tho heavy people who come Mocker, President; J.S. Rulers had 83 of theso seats, the Tories down the hill, unwillingly, at a tremenJohn J, Mc Huberts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant 1(1 aud the Liberal Unionists 2. dous rate of spotd. Oil City Derrick, 95-iyr Miller, Ml. Vornon; Harris Lincoln; J. S. Mocker Stanford; (i. A. Lackey, Mnotdm T. P. Hill.Stanfoid; W. C. Welsh, StaHfard. W.P.Tate, Stanford. POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without per. mission, a all such will be prosecuted to the lull, est extent of tho law. Signed. M C. REYNOLDS. I S. IMIII.Llpo L L. HECK, Mrs. ALICE I BAUGHMAV . M. WARK. IX. Ji. COOPER YV A. COFFEY Mrs. M A MARTIN ROBKKT HARNETT. J. E W. P GRIMES. Cashier PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by oil Driwotats. COTT Su DOWNE, Chomlats, N.Y. """' IL W&VS-fflhf iri uim!&&!8&k i. ' . . i- - .fcaf'lmAfif-ff - I'mi. AjflJma -- alrfUU. ?.i ia .. i. -- . jfarrn fe. ilW4jmV. -t j4. wjj tf .