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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891021701 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. XVII I. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1891. DEATHS DOINGS. g fTl NO. 101 -- T. S. Klkln dm IiihI week. Inula vuhiuhlo horso to Capt. HoHton Dillion liim moveil to tho Wortliiim property on CutupbuU Ht. Mrs. Afford, Motor of Ihu Into V. II. Noel, uiih lnirietl in Laticiuitor cemetery at 4jj. m. Snndny. It Is Haid that the grand jury returned Huveral iiitlicttncntH agaiuHt Rome of 'tho hoyH" for "matcldtiK copper." "The iVnnlty of Crime" troupe appeared nt tho opera Iioiihu Kriilny night. Those who did not attend are to he congratulated. Tho contested election cane for police judge hetween Walton Knson and J. C. Hemphill wan continued until the next term of the circuit court. I undcrtand that Hon. It. II. will he a candidate to aiiu Garrard in the lenitdature. He made an excellent representative at the last M'twioii and if he concludes to make tho race he will he "a winner." Dr. JeuuhiKH Trice, one of I.unni-tor'r- t most dUtitiKulHlied citizens, died at hlrt residence at I.IM) v. m., Sunday, tho Hit), in the SIM year of hiri nt;e. He had been quite ill for a long time, hut his unparalleled prudence and temperate iinhitri ilurint; his xntire life protracted "Ins daya far beyond the ordinary limit of human existence. He was honored and respected by the entire community. In politic he was originally a whig ami a warm friend and admirer of Henry Clay. Since the dissolution of that party ho has been an iinllincliinn democrat and occupied a decidedly hlih position i in his party. He once represented county in the legislature and whs for several years president of tho Garrard County Deposit llnn'c. Ho was a brother of Commodore l'rice, of the U. 8. navy, and uncle of the Duchess of Marlborough. Ho was also a brother of Capt. Johnson Price, who commanded the company from Garrard In the Mext can war. The time of the funeral is n at this writing, On the 22 Inst, the Mexican veterans in Garrard county will celebrate the anniversary of thw battle of Huena Vista. ery few of the company from Garrard are left, there hciiu: only live or six in the county. Tho company was commanded by Capt. Johnson Trice and was known as Co. A. The splendid behavior of the li at rani troops on tho battlefield was noticed by Col. Humphrey Marshall, who commanded the regiment, in his oflicial report. In the last brilliant charge of Towejon's I.ancer the wabbard of Capt. Trice's sabre was broken by a ball from a Mexican eBcopet and two of the company killed and live wounded. The company from Lincoln was commanded by Capt. Daugherty and belonged to tho infantry regiment of Col. V. It. McKeo. Capt. Daugherty was a grand man and had a company of as bravo men as ever trod tho earth. They bore themselves like the heroes thoy were on tho bloody field of Angostura. May their memory be perpetuated while the fiag tliea and the nation cxista. It has been suggested that the con. con. might emerge from the dilemma in which it is placed somewhat gracefully, conby the adoption of a ntluir stitution, that is, the they have been working on for tho last five months and tho present constitution with only a few changes, and submitting them to a vote of tho people so .- - rht they could pay their money ami take their choice. This is worthy of consideration, but it is questionable whether tho average tinker will take kindly to tho auggestton, for it would be exceedingly humiliating to that body to have tho existing constitution with only a few amendments adopted by n vote of at least ten to one over tho criwy-quiupon which thoy have expended bo much time and labor. Possibly this experiment might meet tho approbation of the venerablo old mugwump, who, having rented out his f.irm, has seated himself quietly in his chair, not only willing, but anxious to remain in that comfortable position tho balance of his life at $5 a day provided tho money in the treasury holds out. It may bo, however, that thoy have confidence in tho adoption of tho bantling thoy aro engaged in hatching out, and aro willing to test its merits before tho people, There have been some boasts to tho elleet that when tho delegates tako tho raging stump in advocacy of tho adoption of tho new instrument, all opposition will vanish before tho fervid oloquenco of the constitutional spoutors, and no one will dare to raise his voice in opposition thereto. It may not bo amiss to sound a noto of warning that tho dear people may bo prepared for thisoutburst of oratory. Iu tho meantime lot the prayer-book- s be changed to suit tho emergency by interpolating these words: From constitutional tinkers and constitutional oratory, good Lord deliver us ! Tom-linnoii rep-rette- nt Announced in timet not o'er polite, (MCh was ready for a fight; A lnl il, perchance, the sti'pant hold, W net in strongest language laid 'I hut he should wipld hit power and mace, To keep thp wwce amid the place, Where uget t to contemplate The dulit owin to the State; '1 doughty warrior lecking Kre, And aneiliol like ktilghtt of yore, l.onlu-daggers at they proudly glarced, And swiftly tuward each other pranced, Says William, I'rince, lo Charles, ihe frei, "Shake not your gory locks at ine, My paint and feathrt long have ben Ily every member fully teen, My Thorn-hawami kcalfrtng knife, Shaw William is prepared lir strife; So come on Chariot if you wimM bluff. Then 'lUimii'd he he who first cries held, though ' " "William," sa) Chsrlm. "I ttnr ytw not, I'or, ttwngli no InJuH, I'm A shot, And erftaiHly will get tho drop On William, if you do net ttofi." . . . 9 'ITucther, Chart and William say, A every dog mut have hit day, And we aro only con con screamers, Why should we not In, Ilkewt4e, beamers. And beam upon each other kind, llrfnre our felkiwmemlwrs rind, That neither on- - it courting death , While this convention need our liroaih. So, "howdy Charlie." "howdy, Hill," A hatty grave we ne er will fill, AihI each look off hit several way, KtwiUed to meet tome other day " That LONDON LAUREL O0UNTY. FOR THE BIGGEST- - hi pllase crunrrovFR. Clinunrrr .M. Ilepxw (Jot Vitliutlilti III. foriiiittiiin l) Duliii; So. ter I ever recehod," said M. "I think almut tho muit amusing (Jar-ran- tin-kno- the cither day, "was one I found on my tick iu tin- (iriind Central one morning. It was directed to mo personally. The jmper v.us heavy linen note and the handwriting evidently that of a well educated man. When I opened it I found it began. 'To tho Hon. Chiiun-coiind nfter my name were M. tho initials of all the college degrees I ever heard of and many I never saw before. Then it went on something like FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. this: I lniircnil "Dr.sit ami Most IIo.miuiuiHiii L 1). Garner bought in Itockcastle a ujmI w lille it hits of jour nfter dinner my ittuxl fortune to llMrn tn jimr lot of fat heifers at LJ cts. ijpvit Uii I limt'iltdlglitott In Mirli iHihlixhiHl .1.11. Smith sold to Kmbry, of Madrc"irlx of jKir iitteraiiciw a.s I luivn bwu nblu ison, :i yearling mules at ?i5. to " iiiiii'Ii luivn thoy ImpresM-- tno Hint I hne John Holmes sold to Isaac Herrin n but ono ureal wi.li. It is lo listen to tho tpvch mare mule for $".'00. ou A farm of M acres in Woodford rentI niichwl tho end of the jHige. "Hero Thero were two dinners on my list at ed for Jom It is to go in corn and totho time, and I MtptxMsM the writer bacco. wanted to find out front me how ho Foit Sai.k A good milk cow with a could hear the nt one of them. young calf. Apply to .Ino. M. Mcltob-ertI turned the page over, full of a ch.inta-bl.Jr. wish to nccedu to his request, and M. F. Klkin t Co. bought of Henry rwidi D. ltaughman a lot of heifers at '2 and a rwmiltl nutlet after Milliner in )or bunch of shoats from Jones Hros. at ti rtntaiirulit nt INtiiKlikeviMlc!" New York Continent. cents. G. W. Goodpastor bought lo cattle Took llxr fur averaging 1,000 pounds, in St. Louis, At a reception recently given by n well known citizen a young society Wood which will cost him :i 10 delivered. Mt. was earnestly engaged inn conversation, Sterling Sentiual. Prolmbly the biggest horse in the and with liia hands Indiind him wim playing with whist ho supposed wjw i jiieco world is now at Treacy & Wilson's staor tho arm of a chair. Hut ble, being L'l hands high and weighing of instead of that it suddenly moved, and pounds. We is a Clydeshe turned to find that he had leeu rub- dale ami was bred in California. Lexbing the gloved arm of a lady, and moved up na far os tho elbow. He is a ington Press. Mr. I). A. Ilaugh has Bold his farm nervons fellow, and in tho explanation of (Y2o acres near Highland to I. N. Johnfollowed ho said: that "Pardon me, madam, but I Drought it son, of Henry countv, at 10 an acre. was o piece of Mr. Haugh has bought land to tho exTho explanation amused her so greatly tent of $3,000 in Henry county and will, that she, fell into n convulsion of laugh- we aro Borry to say, move there this' ter, ami tho young man, continuing, and presumably referring to her funny bone, fall. to-da- y Ihjw let.Mr. Cluitincoy y Samuel Wanna, Sr., died in Wnrrods-burFriday, aged 7:1, and almost at the same hour his son, who bore his name, died at his home iu Fayette. Mrs. Chapman Coleman, aged To, the only surviving daughter of the late John J. Crittenden, Kentucky's famous statesman Senator, died in Louisville Friday. Mr. Green Walls, a goo I citizen of tho Highland in iglihfirlmod, will iu all probability bo dtmd by the time this is printed. He was as low us he could be of consumption when we heard from him yesterday. A w ife and six children will lie left to mourn a terrible loss. Capt. Kobert Davis, one of the I,. fc N 's best freight conductors, died at Rowland Sunday night of typhoid fever, aged about :il'. He wis a Virginian by birth and was highly thnuubt of by afl who knew him. A wif.. and three children survive and in their sorrow many friends heartily sympathine. After a long and honorable life, Mr. George (. Hoono died at his residence near Goshen church at .'! p. m. Sunday, of softening of tho brain. He was born in Fayette county .Nov. 'Jb, 1310, and was twice married, Mrs. Margaret Graves, of Woodford, being the only survivor of thetlrstand Mrs. A. K." Penny, Mr--. David Scott and II II. Hoone of the last marriage. He was u member of the Christian Church and a line old gentleman in every respect. Tho funeral sermon will be preached at Goshen at 10J a. i iiud the remains interred in HuiTalo Cemetery about 1 p. m. A more extended notice, together with a picture of the deceased, will appear in our next issue. life-lon- j There is some talk of starting a dem-- ' ocratic paper here soon. We buve the cleverest republican postmaster in the State. fV ... si,,,.;ii., w. V .w, ,,,t, ... ,.... i;iuji, uoa (.uuiiij ..i. i. i..... been sick for several dajs Hen Owens, for killing Dan George, was acquitted at the trial. La grippe is prevalent here again and iu a more severe form than last J ear. Brother Hree.e is attending to the. sinners at Pittsburg. They need his Bpecial A Ba 7l Ki- ksW!. 4&M - ml 1lfP "L i ru rSi.A.W iwJ'TV &m ij u, IX - JEWELRY attention. g six-orb- ! six-ec- s, e rail-wa- y ltrlc-i-lln- c. temperance lecture Friday uiht brought several from Kast lienibUult. The town needed representation. Cort Brown, who had his leg broken several weeks ago in a scullle with one of his friends, bold an accident insurance and will draw $'20 a week. Cort will be sick several months. Mrs. Khoda Haugh, wife of John Haugh, deceased, died Saturday night at .s o'clock. She had many relatives in London who did not know of her until her death was announced. The parties engaged in the ditliculty in the mentioned in last Tuesday's issue by me, have not been arrested yet, although the sheriff of tin's county was present when tho ditliculty occurred. A spade is a spade. A proposition to build a walk from Tom WilliHins' store up town meets with everybody's approval. If some one would bring a subscription proposition around your correspondent would head the list with as much as anybody else would give. Tho census report only gives us between 5o0 nnd 000 inhabitants and it is e half a mile from the to the dt pot. Thero is not a man in Loudon who knows everybody iu town, men women and children, and not a one of them who believes iu the centus report. The case of John Lou, butcher, for leading a cow out of James Kitts' pasture and murdering same was to have been attended to in the Court of Appeals Friday. He was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary and his friends are awaiting the result, and so is John in jail. The Mt. Vernon Signal corresponJ out from this place has a great deal to say about Mr. K. Hull's Hitters. The circuit court passed on nearly all the witnesses against these arttes and got very few if any indictments against the sellers. IJarnes & Jones say they have made no secret of selling them and they "don't care who knows it." bick-ness !iiiitj work guaranteed. -- AND- In the county, go to court-hous- e, W. B. McROBERTS'. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all Fine and Staple Groceries, CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. Sugar, Salt, CofTce, court-hous- Molasses, Tea, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Honey, Syrups, Meal. Lard, Flour, FARINACEOUS GOODS: Maccaroni, Cheese, Flavoring Extracts, Spices, Prunes, Raisins, Citron, Figs, Currants, 1 1 all Lamps, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Parlor and Queensware and Tinware. ijl rI.f lftn1 'mtHfP'wWtliTfmt-WWMKK- IGHTN9N6 m iMENT FOR MAN OR BEAST ANOTHER BIBLE PUZZLE. SAC U;ejFoT,e ftsY 2YEArtfpoRf,rlEjMAT,9rl . LAMEBAcrtPR4lN;ETc. ofje application ctifu; rROlip JHti&s bnc-a-bra- o J.'-'-'- K) bric-a-brac- ." Kiid: "Your sense of tho humorous has lieved mo of my extreme re- double-barrelelong-winde- embarrass- d Perhaps it has, but it hasn't relieved him of the tortnru of his friends, who nro now asking him tho price of gloves, and how ho is succeeding with his colHutTalo Courier. lection of bric-a-brac. ment." lt Kuril III Ken? tho Defendant Now, docthor, by vartue of your oath, didn't I say, "Kill or cure, doctor, I'll give you OBuinea?"nnil didn't you say, "Kill or euro, I'll take it?" Doctor Yon did; and I ngrcxsl to tho bargain, and I want tho guinea accordingly. Defendant Now, docthor, by vartuo of your oath, answer this, "Did you euro my wife?" Doctor No; she's dead. You lmow that. Defendant Then doctor, by vartuo of your oath, answer this, "Did you kill my wife?" Doctor No; fcho died of her illness. Defendant (triumphantly to tho bench) Your worship, beo this. Yon heard him toll our bargain; it waa to kill or cure. By vartue of his oath ho done neither, and he axes his fee! Green Dag. Dili DiK-to- r In Kentucky's con. convention, Two names we dare not mention, i, Are Charles, the Duke or And William, who for Prince will paw, When old Kentucky's sons are called And chicken hearts shrink back appalled; Two worthy linkers, somewhat heady, And for discussion ever ready; lllue-gras- Went to the, l'lny. Visiting; Aunty So you went to tho theatre last evening? Sweet Girl Yes, I went with Mr. Sof tfello, tho young gontleiuan you tho last timo you know; tho ono with tho lovely uuistacho and handsome eyes and HWiot mouth, you know; tho ono who" Visiting Aunty Was tho play a trageA young man who has been rejected dy or a comedy? by a number of belles, says he thinks Sweot Girl Urn I don't remember. American beauty is on tho decline. Oood News. Washington Post. . . . . Trjlntf Wrist her. Broken hearts are never dangerous so "I tliiuk," suid tho clerk in tho dry goods storo, "that I will resign unless long as dinner tastes good. something is dono to mako my work easier. I can't stand tho climate." "What would you suggest?" "Well, put the ear mnffs and tho palm When Baby was sick, wo gaTe her Castorla. leaf fans on tho same shelf and keep When sho was a Child, she cried for Castorla. them there. It would save a heap of unpacking and runniug up and down When she became Miss, sho clung to Costoria. When sho had Children, she gave them Castorla. stairs," Washington Post. saw-her- o Stuart, of Staunton, Va., of the Interior, is dead. Lee's distillery, in Owen county, burned Sunday, with 150 barrels of whisky; loss $15,000 St. Mary's Hospital, at Hoehester, burned, but tho :J50 rutiunfsT 10 nuns and attendants escaped. A man and an Indian worked the gold brick swindle on two South Carolina citizens and got ?5,000. Iu tho Winchester court Win. Eifort SI, 700 damage brakeman, for the loss of an arm by the C. it O. A hot wind passed over Montana Friday night. Saturday night it began to snow. Sunday night thero was three feet of snow. H. A. Hetts, who is wanted in Tennessee, charged with forgery, was captured in Webster county, Sunday. Gov. Huckner has granted a requisition. New York Herald reporters asked the democratic members of -- " State legislatures how thoy stood as between Cleveland and Hill for Sri. The poll result ed: Cleveland, 1,515; Hill, 100; scattering 1270. Tho Now York legislature stood: Cleveland, ; Hill, 111; doubtful, 47. A woman took the train at Decatur, 111., the other day with 17childrenof her own, although she had been married only 10 years. At iirst she had triplets threo years in succession, then twins two years and since then only one nt a time, but with great regularity. A. 11. d Hon. H. The question is asked us frequently, "how many subscribers has .the I.ntkmok Journal?" and in order that everybody can tlnd out for themselves, we have gotten Mr. John Uright to prepare the 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, P. W GREEN. Proprietor following, which he has done, after lloth desirable homes. For information and much research: term, address I h.wc recmtljr laken charceoi thu MRS. SUSIE I.. ADAMS, If you multiply the number of the Hotel and intend krpin it at us present hish t6J4 West Main Street, Apostles by tho number of others ap- sundnrd. Special attention gnen to the trat cling Lexington, K.v. public pointed by the Lord to go before Him into every city and placo where He First-Clas- s would come, and multiply by tho numAUu In connection ber of times Paul was beaten with stripes, and divide by the number of Pool and Billiard Parlors. Can'not become healthy food simply by the process of death SWINK RAIbHRS owe it to mites cast in by the poor widow, then themselves and to society to 1.. M. REID, Clerk. l subtract tho number to whifeli Gideou's ADVOCATE army was reduced and multiply by the In swine raising that will promote the public number of persons killed by tho fall of health. Hogs she ild be fed the tower iu Siloam, divide by the numDR. JOSEPH ber of lubor days iu a week, add the MT. VERNON, KY. number of Jacob's kindred when Joseph Hoteljis still maintain This old and called him down into Kgypt, then divide Charges reasonable. Sps ing its fine reputation. by the number of times Paul was ship- cial atttntion to the traveling put lie. M. P NKWCOMH, Prop., wrecked, add the number of days from . M. Vernon, Ky, the Passover to Pentecost and subtract , : the number of persons who sat down to- 6SlaiiiSlbitC'-'v,-gether when tho Savior ato tho Passover with His disciples and you will find the HslTiryrgyiim " i"7,ir' number of subscribers to the Intkuioii .HYEHS HOUSE, n FOR S&ES. 95-- Sample Room DISEASED HOGS REFORM HAAS' 73-t- ( NEWCOMB weU-icno- HOTEL gj-tl- JOUKNAL. For correct answers to the abovo a first prize of a Webster's Unabridged Dictionary and a copy of the Ixmuoii Journal 1 year free will bo given; a sec ond prizo of a year's subscriptfon free and u third prize of six months free, a committee composed of Mr. Jno. Bright and others to decide who are entitled to the prizes. All the answers are to be examined and the three winners selected in any manner that may be agreed upon, contest to closo March 15th aud solution to be published March 17th. DANVILLE. HOG & POULTRY REMEDY, The only reliable med .ine for swine. Used Successfully for 14 Years. PHEVKNTS DISEASE, ARRKSTS DISEXSK, STOPS COUGH, DESTROYS WORMS, HASTENS MATfRITY, INCREASES THE FLESH. For sale by E. II. FARMER, T0NS011TAL ARTIST, JT. B. Much interest is manifested trial of tho indictment for whisky by a druggist on a prescription horse, made by a regular physician. Of the 9 negroes charged with the murder of Marshal George Wells, Alfred Neal, Hugh Henderson, Win. 1'attton and Peter Lytell were discharged on mo tion of tho prosecution. Pomp Bates and George Ward waived examination, and went to jail for further trial on the charge of murder. Hugh Gibbs and Steve Lytell were giveu 30 days aud fined S25 each, on it charge of carrying concealed weapons. Win. Harpshiro wus held in $200 bond for willful shooting. Why are colts like rich men's eona? Becauso thoy won't work until they are broke. est STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Write lor testimonials. "Hogology," a 64'pago Has a first class llarlier Shop on Main street, op- pamphlet on swine, will be mailed lor a in the iwiiu 1 uuiimii iiuu.c, aim mviics a giiare 01 your stamp Prompt patronage lo and selling specnl attention to attentionand outside callsWork Orders by mail receive prompt attention. lad.es thildrer. done In the latest (trie with neatness and dis JOSEPH HAAS, V S , for a SS fm natch. 1 Indianapolis, Ind, two-ce- nt 11 STANFORD, KY. Pric.H 5 pound cans Jta 50. pr package. The largest$j.jo,$i,jj and jo cents ore Uie cheap. 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Address, ;ir fv V Bald I'm down on your cheek, as tho beard to tho youth. pages, colored plates, grand novelties worthy of Cultivation, Cash pri res i 1000 and $100. JAMES YICS, BEEDSKAN. RocbOSttr. N. Y.r C.A.SNOW&Cb. OpposlU Patent OMce, Washington, 0. C. r S. "f? fcrtf - Semi-Week- ly iiiiiiiinja uui 1I n. nu Interior Journal; Watterson's letter nml f n 1 . iii-vi-- i hji rtji! AIh ' shouljl have ni. NEWSY NOTES. re- - pirdt'd it as both impertinent and pro- J8umptiou8 if lie bad. Mr. Watterson Stanford, Ky FEimuAUY 17, 189 enys tiiat lie sent it and that there is no sentence in it but what the huinblist 'democrat imelit address to any other W. P. WALTON. democrat, no matter how high his sta "" tion. The general impression is that ' Gkn. Sherman, after a sovere struggle Hill did receive it and that he is guilty of several days, calmly surrendered to 0 donnriKbt prevarication. At any rate death a little aftT noon Saturday, at his w ms followed the advice so faithfully homo in New. York. William Tecum- - aa to leave but little doubt that he read seb Sherman wis born in Ohio Feb. 8 j it and profited by its contents. As Mr. s 1820, and was educated at the United Watterson says there are many : I j Judgo J. M. Gossett, of Somerset is dead. William White Bitot and killed John Lovel at Lexington. Two men were hanged for murder at Dover, Del., Friday. Oay Jewitt, a museum wonder, pounds, died at Mason weighing City, la. The Mexican mission has been eh vated to the first grade, with a stlary of -- WHILE SOME ARE ASLEEP Others Will Wnlcli. So it is with ! i The Louisville Store Always on the alert, trying to find items of interest for their countless natrons, and always discounting all competitors. We are not in the habit of resurrecting old goods from oar warerooms, which have accumulated for 25 years or more and are not worth 20c on the dollar, and attempt to put them, on the public at disguised fig u res or values, b'U we always show $17,500. . thons-State- It i; when he went j who believe that Hill knifed Cleveland a loss of $20,000. The statement comes from Senator to San Francisco tivnerve as a president j Xew York at the last election, w lieth-o- f Hrice that he has bought the Motion for n bauking House. He remained there Lr justly or not, and they are going to K. T., V. & G. several years aud retiring was Riven require a good many sacri'lkes from him the r was taken front A negro Military A cade-- i,Uore they will be content to make him charge of the Louisiana his homo in Sumner county, Tettu., and my, which he resigned at the breaking the national standard bearer. Kyen if hanged by a mob. out of tha war and was made a colonel j1L. ms noVer seen the letter before, ns A Paris photographer claims to have of volunteers in the Federal service. He jlt, R8St.rt8, jt not too lute now for him succeeded in catching the colors of a re-- , rapidly rose to prominence and w.h to ponder over it and follow its advice stained window glass. peatedly promoted, till he reached the wm, scrupulous concern. Admiral David D. Porter, died at of general. At Muloli, highest notch to be Washington, Friday, of fatty degeneraIn an interview published in the of Mission Ridgo and other battles he distion of the heart, aged 7S. Congressman John H. Wilson tinguished himself, but his principal The revised oilicial count of the cenachievement was the famous "March to declares himself an enthusiastic support-or of Harrison and says there will not lie sus returns from Kentucky makes the the Sea," when he with ruthless and j IBXiR-GrJLIIfcTS1,S5S,(KU. heartless brutality swept through the oven a contest against him for the repub- - population of the State Fifteen sni,ts have been brought by country, burning bridges and lican nomination in 1S1I2. He innuils Southern Chicago importers to test the constitucities, destroying crops and everything him as true a patriot as Lincoln or f .Misses, DO ,, . . .. ..J I. i'l I .T XI . j J I .... S 1 it .. J . r I . i aud thinks it nonsense to talk tionality of the McKinley tarifl law. J' in sight, permitting pillage, rapine and worm. $i Shoes It is telegraped fron Otway, O., that robbery and leaving deatlt and destruc- of anybody else in connection with the JrUe; 75c S2; .Men's people have-n- nomination. Asked if Ilhine's stock Mrs. David Yonker at the ago of lid has tion in liis wake. Southern 1 boys' is Shoes reasons to love Gen. Shermon, but had not risen since he began to entry out given biith to twins. The husband 71. velvet i they have long since buried the ani- the reciprocity policy, Mr. Wilson reFile at Greenville, Mis., destroyed I George A. mosities of war and will join in the gen- plied: "Mr. Blaine is simply the mouthSnnnt. C.nHm, fni five huge stoics and their contents. The ' t eral feeling of sadness, now that death piece of President Hairison. The eh wi is ent.th d to whatever glory comes loss is about $100,000, with $72,000 insuhas finally claimed the victory. The general was a brother of Senator John out of reciprocity." Wilson is evidently rance. Twenty or more persons were killed , He wouldn't have the was a man of after something. Sherman and and as many wounded by the explosion great force of character. Tin burial will gall to talk tint way if he isn't. of a boiler in the Quebec Worsted Co.'s be with the highest military honors at The statement is at last made with factory. St. Louis. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. seeming authority that Mr. Kinmett G. Gov. McCreary's bill for a $75,000 PnuswENT Norton, of the L. & N , has Logan, the Warren county granger, has building at Richmond has passed both resigned, to take effect April 15. He as- given up the spide and the hoe to re- hons-- s ami now awaits the president's Gov. MeCrear introduced a bill to signs as reasons the fact that all has been sume th" p''ii, in tln ueof which he is signature. A FULL LINK OF- pay F. P. Parker, of Mt Vernon, $.T01 for the road that he had more expert. He dropped hack into his accomplished men A conflict between hoped, in strengthening iu influences oil) plHce on the Louisville Times yes and strikers at Clark's thread mills, Ne- lor propertv taken from linn timing tlie s--i and placing it on a terday and went at once to writing para- wark, N". J., caused a riot and some basis and that his private business and graphs that will Bive the rural roosters bloodshed. , K'nee, in which imfamily need more of hi3 attention. Mr. much hustling for copy. For one wo The Kansas Alliance men are begin buttle of Wounded Milton H. Smith, at present rejoice with exceeding great joy to have ning to read the riot act to Senator Indians and 2 soldiers were killed. Of all sorts, sizes, kinds and shape. will doubtless bo elected to the va- the "Old Hayseed" b.tck in the Plttinli, who they say will have to go af- tin. Mi es severely censureti toi. roisythe and the colonel was suspended. cancy. He is one of the most thorough Cigars and Tobacco, Meal, Meat, Flour, Lard, H,ns, MiCc ter his present term. mini, railroad men in the country and his rise steamer Thaneinore, Mil".Schotield did not agree with don. Tho Brifsh Cn,cked Mommy Flakes, Apple Nutter, "O. Proctor sustains Gen. fls S,cretarv The State Central Committee has from Haiti more to London, with a crew from the bottom round of the ladder has k- Canned Good, Dried Fruits, CofTee, Salt, Lime and been by untiring devotion to business boon called to meet Feb. It) to name the ofol, 12 cattlemen and 5 head of cat- Schotield and reinstates Col. Forsythe. The interior department has issued Cement He began day and place for the holding of a con- tle, has been given up as lost. aud his individual exertions. Cutlery, Plows, Seeds, Stoves, Queensware, Tinware and Harness. as a telegraph operator and step by step vention to nominate candidates for State Four of the eight executive depart- an order prohibiting the publication of address of persons t advanced, till reaching the highest oflices. All hope that the con. con. ments at Washington are draped in the has point in the,management of one of the would get through with its labors in black and one other had the crape re whom pensions are granted. The order is intended to protect old soildiers from OLIVER CHILLED FLOW most powerful railroads in the country. time for the submission of the constitumoved from its walls Saturday. SPECIALTY. sharks in ashington, but in the August election has vantion before When asked bis opinion in regard pent-ioGkover ClkvklantVs letter, in w hich ished and tin- - committee will proceed as to the result of the Cleveland letter, C reality to keep the public from knowing At exceedingly low prices. Herlin Kettles KoinK at co.st. he says that the free and unlimited if there was no convention at work. Mr. who is swindling the government by Breckinridge said: "I believe that coinage of silver will be n reckless and untiCleveland will be the next president." drawing a pension that ho is not & Gov. McCruaiiy will call on the prosEC. danceious experiment, has caused u Mr. Watterson says he did write the tled to. good many democrats to get their backs ident this week and make a special re Tin. war between the States called Hill sajs ho didn't. up, as it were, and they are denouncing quest for him to sign the Richmond pub-hi- letter which Gov. lipid over three millions of men, A C SIN . All of which shows that tho governor is to tho j n m f.n r.m: roundly. Some of the Kentucky lie building bill nnd it is dollars to cents but the removal of Gen. Sherman from a magnificent liar even for a politician. delegation in Congress, including thoo tint ho will get what he seeks. the stage of life leaves but seven generPost. astute individuals, Good- - governor rarely fails to get there in what-nigthat struggle, who lT. S. District Judge Boorman, of als, prominent in and Dickerson, are expressing ever he undertakes, though Harrison can be now readily recalled. They are is recommended for impeachThe best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. themselves quite freely, the latter going hits a spite against bills for buildings in Louisiana, Buck iter, ment on account of certain frauds prac- Joe Johnston, Longstreet, po far as to say: "Mr. Cleveland lirs the South. Beauregard and Early of the Southern ticed by him in regard to the disposition IXMIISKK, SASH, written his own .1.....1. warrant." Hrmies, and Ihiell and Kosecrans, of tho Fon buncombe nnd a little notoriety, of fees. . course they kuow, but wo do not believe illusORS, Nothing more forcibly Mr. Dickeison, who succeeded Mr. CarJ. S. Cross, b member of a promi- Northi-rnglory that any man who has the courage of his lisle in Congress, has offered a bill to III.INI9S, was tiied at trates that all flesh is gr.trs and till SIDING, nent Lexington family, convictions and the inanhoo to utter the McKinley tarifl' act and to forgery. He pleaded guil- vanity. Louisville Times. Memphis for Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. to do them, even when it is not politic the laws that it repealed. Of ty and was sentenced to nine years'- imso, will bo repudiated either by his parcourse it will not be considered by thin prisonment. To the Mayor of town of Stanford 3TE2TCE. ty or the American people. republican congress. -- Charles Bitter, h Her of tho First Vou are hereby notified that the rock culvert We carry a full stock of everything found in a dwelling National Bank at Kvansville, Intl., is ncrim the pike in front ot my the outlet uof the As predicted, the ntemberd of Confor loo CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. to having water that i.mill and inhallo ravine from ther lot. -gress, who thought last week that they f 50,000 short. He confesses turned the around and al ove me, aud I liable overrto and TT.&R3D. ought to be furnished clerks at the exOur Lancaster humoristgets oil some used the bank's funds, but stys he will greatly dimar.r the undesigned, fur whnh will K.amine our design-- , and specifications before letting vonr rntttmrf try to hold aid town re.ponnblo by U government, failed to replace them. pense of the fine poetry on those pugnacious mem.. ...... j f The Kansas legislature has enacted record us favoring it when the ayes and bers, C. J. Hronston and W. H. Miller. for buiWiiy. SINK & MKNhKF.K., Stnnfor.1. .k'v . . .., legislation that will eventually result in nays were called on the passage of an Gov. Knott is sick and it is said will THE QQEMERCiai HOTEL deThey shortly retire from the con. con. Most removing the present constitutional appropriation for it Saturday. solhavo been trying for several years to get any half dozen J ft OWENS, Manager, could be better nial of the right of average spared. diers to hold ollice in that State. Mich a thing through, but the - Kentucky. A dispatch from Washington says Harrodsburg, Congressman hasn't the courage of his The report on corporations is now thi popular hot-- l I have taken charge conviction, when to carry it to issue being considered and more than the us- the signs of spring are very noticeable and intinJ to run It in afirtt claw manner in every there. The hyacinths and crocuses are rrtpect It hem? pipered and pmntwl Irom might cut his oflicia' career in the bud. ual amount of humhuganddemngogtiery i beiiiR renovated jnd top to Uittom. the 'rtr,'y ljyc,ns to bo ban- - up in the parks and lilacs, maples, mag- ovcrythmc donct- -betid ins fle.iant iitil on tn,)' r' male it The Enterprise Company has nur- - ls nhall never be "rp"-edbseveral other trees are bloomThe table aItt'r a rt'coru ns ,l coiporation- - nolias and ' Kerlnt-nltiioinl uju DlllCIVI rt t 1M lltlf J II. Ott h.Ni. hoteUm thinctton. Ulinowii tilth DiiLaviij';iv'ii ita mjv good . ... ' ing. ' will of the Lebanon Standard and Times ' , It is stated that an agreement his hnsa. opted a clause 7.ri,e at a cost of $250 and the publication of making IF been effected between tho democrats it a crime with heavy punish-anoththe latter will be discontinued. Tllis ia ' and the independents by which State for any railroad or other common I desire to ell my larm ol about tjo acre, proof that two papers can Hot "ent Senator Kyle, an independent, will be about iiA mile north of Stanford on th ' )a8W here irf ? town and evidence live in a Kuih Branch pike, opponte the old church hol,,ers of nn' :im,1 "ntl an' 0,,lcer who elected Senator from South Dakota to are about 50 acret in wheat and the balance of the survival of the fittest. The latter succeed Moody. of the farm well net in timothy (ood dwelling P" l kitchen and a iplendld new ""sl ! umce. nam.- - I...I Inn,, ncrrt fn.n frnni tli hi.,1. . The memoir of Jeir Davis, just pub- of fourit roomand well watered and fenced. I'oueulon can barn; As finally adopted the Court of ApKor particular. o J. r. l plane upon which Col. James W. Hop- peals is to consist of not less five nor lished, contains the Confederate proclamor write the nnderiianed at ilev, Sur.for.l I UK CKLKHRATKD per placed it. AGKNI E. WITIIKKS. STUDKUAKER WXGON more than seven itidces. the legislatute ation proclaiming Gen. Butler an outlaw Cincinnati, Ohio. and O hver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new enemy to mankind ami The Columbia Spectator annouuees to increase it to the latter when it be- - and a common stock and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Keed Cutter, which is SALVE, HOMEOPATHIC that Gov. J. It. Hindman comes necessary. Tho judges must be ordering his execution immediately upconceded the best one made. will be a candidate for governor, but we 35 years old, must have resided in the on apprehension. The C. fc O. has closed contracts for old sore, tktn dueaiei, for him to stand much State live and practiced law eight. They Cures cut. bruuet, fear it is too late bullion, piles, fistula, scratches hslter bIiow, though we should rejoice in tho shall be elected for eight years by dis- - the building of 21 miles of standard corns, dew poison and bruises W herevcr it has burns, consummatiou of tho aspirations of the tricts and tho judgo longest in coinmis- - guage road from Covington, Va.. to Hot bren used it has given wonderful satisfaction and Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. in propenMiy tor removing soreness is reiuarka clever gentleman for that or most any siou shall be chief justice. The Superior Springs. The work is to bo commenced ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and I can furnsli a later date. Made you almost anything you need in the Hardware or Gro- space at will appear other office. Court is to last till tho present iudges' in about 15 days and tho contracts call and sold by in this eery line. Agent for I3rodhcad Tobacco. (or its completion by July 1 next. J. II IIIGOINS, Stanford, Ky. and then bo abolished. The Gko. H. Dains, associate editor of the terms expire Cleveland's letter on of the Court of Appeals shall hold Jliddlesboro News, is a candidate for the clerk Blue-Gras- s oflico four years instead of eight us silver coinage has been read in the House republican nomination for State Souator his of Congress and placed on its records. now. in the 11th district. Sinco a republican The county court report was adopt Gen. Grosvener said ho wanted it in that , ni irn ia n rnnrKinl. thf ilistripf WJ'W WttSSSSSSSS.SSS1SS1MSSSWSSSMSi., out under 6 county judge will havo shape so that it could bo sent no man whom we had rather see no.ni- - in .a ,mrr'' Congressmen's frank as cam paign mutI wil sell privately, at a biirKain, my larm at nated, for he is honest, capable and to bo 25 years old and his powers will be ter. Crib Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. Thii farm formerly kitown as the Jacob O ct ine same as now, wiui iiirisoiction tno clever. Bole Roberts, who at, his first trial nt contains unmt nil over tho State. Tim nuinhor nt The president and Ins cabinet are pre-- mIuritratCfi will be materially reduced, Lexington was sentenced to 10 years in Acres Excellent Land, paring for a big electioneering tour of no countv Wlnf, anowt,,i to have over tho penitentiary, for killing John McIn prime couditun, and well improved, lylrjr tho South and West shortly after the! elj,htlI,8tricl!I nor kM tlinn thrt,e( nIld Carthy, was acquitted Saturday. Ho was partly in the lnnil.ot the town of Cr.ib Orcli.irJ, tli. I.. & N K H. adjournment of Congress. It is tune ,mt one jU8tc0 flhan 1)0 e,ected to U)0 ably defended by Gen. Basil Duke, with tinThe farm is divided nearlv etially by the pile was trying to repair his Morgan's com- le.iditiK "io'iiIi from t.n, there otitis 173 .ure on whom ho served in the little man ll6trcU The qualifications are the Katt side on which i the mansion house, u arid which are in a wretched condi-- . (l(nco for tw0 year3 and to bo 2l ypara of mand. for lariji-- roomy and brick of 7 rojms, besides iuhen, servant's homo, stab e, &c, and on here and elsowhore. tion, both At Peoria, tho homo of Whisky the west side 10; acres, wlilcn nas aiso a i.omiort TJl0 lisca, conrt ia to bo composed "CaMorlRUM well ajlaptrdtochlldren that CaatnrU curat Colic, Constipation, of the judgo and justices, but Mr. Miller, Trust Secretary Gibson, it is believed abieiramerejideii.e , I reconunend Itoa'suivrior to any prescription will sell the place.ns a whole, rr if desired Hour Stomuch, DLarrha-aItjs stated that the president has de-- 1 we are glad to say, had a substitute it.- .I.x .. . t n n ... 1.. n Jila to .ml.all Kither will Kills Wonnn, given slcupt and promoted ,dj. IIIKIV known to me." H. A. Akciier, M. D . cided to appoint "Calico Charley" Foster adopted and comfortable hon c, coi petition, ,1.1 permitting tho General Assem- no 11.13 ituw i.,. ocf" nnke an elezantchurches, good turnpikes and veu lit So. OxXord St., Brooklyn, N, Y, the Without Injurious medication. entl0 schools, to the vacant secretaryship of tho treas- bly to provide for tho election of not since Tliursdiw at noon. If the evidence railroad .I ...- - l.u r if ....... ....II I... Tub Cintaur Connxr, 77 Murray Etret, N. Y. ury. Ho has no reputation as a finan- more than three commissioners in each IS trustworthy, there IS 110 man tills SlOO shown over it by James Hays, now residing on the will do as well for a figurecier, but he p.'I?'to be hung higher ville, Ky. Kor '"" 'pp' or adJre" me- -' D'1"- head for this department as most any county, to be electod by the county atj of etornity who ought ( " JAS. W. GUEST. large, to attend to the linances. . than Gibson. man of bis party. Military Academy and served in an,j ot democrats all over the country i The amphitheatre of the Maysville fair and other buildings burned, causing the regular army till lSoU, barn-burne- 1 j NEW AND DESIRAALE STUFFS, amazed. j Kit-quire- r, goneifyoufailto at prices that will cause all competitors Half your life I i tar-fiel- d Grand array ot Ladies, l. joriaaicx iacc otow, 1 . THIS WIEIEIKI'S i.ov; pies-iden- fine Shoes, worthy J. to; be for men's jine worth bl.zj. and lUc or lira spools of only at this ..o or tatties' Jine Uoutass 25c for infants' Shoes, worth worth for JJroan Shoes, buchle plow worth V.2o; .- -, Child reus and Men's Fine Shoes: ctt for worth $1.35; SJ.25"for men's Embroidered. Slinuers. Clurh's '" like-him- THE LOUISVILLE -i STORE I'RBANSKY, Proprietor. i A non-unio- n "iswir. post-ollic- e (jpoeenes & Hardware went. !- t, bar-nes- in.. -" 1'. Tw, j REMIRS H 1 B. K. W. WEAKEN. m ht Stanford Lumber Yard, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEII.ING, it re-pe- 1 - "WCVSHX WIRE A1TD SliAT 1 1 go-o- n V9-- 1 ... I FIRST OlASS LUMBER -- deb-gate- s ! J. B; FOSTER,, lomfnrt-aMeforsue.t- s. y tn f'nt' er Farm or Sal. iitu-ate- d one-pap- er 0,,,f r, 1 V eemi-oHiciall- y HIV STAPLE ABTD FANCY GROCERXES, 96-t- yr nt Choice Farm FOR SALE. -- - i home-stea- d, 1 280 , resi-fence- s, well-bui- lt Infants Children. , -. .,...,. - 1 Knu-tatlon- -- iii-i-- I 1 lu - S7-- BMWtlMsMiMlsMMLWsMMMsWMsWsWsMs SmBtt" ""' ' - tmPw;Tm!m2iTmm'M Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 1vy., chilled plow points nt atH. K.itWMI. Wenren's. Oi.tVKii So cents The miction of groceries, confectione- that place is to build a branch line thro' ries, Ac, will begin atS. S. Myers' store that section of the country, connecting this morning. -- FOR 'ws- 15 DAYS- - Stanford, I i I Pkiiki'ahy 17, 1891 Housi:nud lot on Lancaster Btreet for Bale. Apply to J. A. Carpenter. Goon fence wire nt usual price, nt JI. K. Foil one-fourt- First installment rugs, of carpets, oil cloths & icawAtTON.BUB.ManaKor MEANS h k of tho yesterday. V. Ac, for tho spring trade, received Severance Son. Middlenboro with tho Cincinnati Southern and Kaat Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railronds. The Fnglish prizt fluhters can stand punishment as long as it means pounds sterling. NKW MY ENTIRE STOCK -- OF II. Wear-uu's- . T BUSINESS. niul rwuly. Sale. wagon. A good Beconil-hnn- d Will sell cheap. Wk will open this mornimr a new Btock of dress goods suitable for' wrappers. Indies, como early. Severance & M. F. Son. Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- ADVKItTlsniK.VTS. tions, Etc., Youn account ami Buttlu niul !h 1iiu Cnll F.lkin. oblio A. H. I'miny. POINTS. - PERSONAL Xkw and bountiful line of wntchesnnd jewelry jiiHt received. Cnll ami see before puichnsing elsewhere. W. . Tiik court of appeals lias atlirmed the decision of the Lincoln circuit court giving W. K. Anion S2() da mages against the K. G. for killing his stock. f1f li rCjt LU Ol i Freh ' milk cownfor snle. apply H. Murihy, Stanford, Ky to WILL GO AT COST. Now is your chance. Call and be convinced. im. I 15. COOK, SURGEON, I I I J m J I f f K- - M . Mm. J. M. 11UA.I.KY wont to Middlesboro l'ridny, Mit. Man Man km spout Sunday with IiIh lady lovt in Ixtuinvillu. Mkh. Ki.i.ks McUoiiKitTs, u ho linn been rjuilo ill, wiih iK'ttor yesterday. Mkh. J. II. W.w.KKit.of .McKinncy, Iihh boon viHitiiiK Mrs. Keiilien Williams. Gait. J. 11. Doiui.ah Iiiih jjoiio to run tlm Oreuiisbiirg bruncli for a suek or two. MissAnmi: H.uiiiima.n is vinitinj liur coumu, Minn Kddio AdauiH, ut Dan Ocii H. M. acknowledges with thanks STANFOrtD, KY. Tiik firm of W. It. Carson & Son filled an invitation from the Misses Dodds, of an order for a Middle from a Georgia par- Danville, to meet their friend, Mits OIKce over M. K.tm(' Drut Store Residence, ty last week. Tho Stanford enterprises Smythe, on tho evening of the Itlth. Jmr II Owcm property at ihe junction ot auri Danville pike are hard to excel. Ha i.v Sunday, warm and'showery yesdrop to Nancy A. Tykee has contracted terday and a cold wave, with Miw. J2 of tho mercury predicted for this t with Jones it Watson for a cottage on hor lot on lower Main street ad- morning, is the way the weather reads Lot ou Main Street in Stanford at tins writing. joining the one she lives on. Containing i i lo acre. Hus-lonvlie-l- PHYSICIAN AND IB. JF1- - ROTJT7 Portman Block. 11 FOE SiLXiSI T K WALTON, s PEING GOODS. I villi. A. I). lt(MT, Jk., wunt ove-- to Lt'xiiiK ton vcfttiirdav to miter tho A. it M. Col lege. Miis. Wm. Hoyston, of (inrrard, who hits been vihitinjc bar p.irunts, ruturnod homo Saturday. VI ut. r!iu.ifji. M fttllitil In llm,'tf IjiiKiwtcr by tho illness of hor father, r u-n- II. Howell has sold most of the Stanford Woolen Mill machinery to J. H. Stedman, of tlie F.lkhorn Woolen Mill Co., for $.'00 who will move it to the Forks of Klkhnru. V. Mn. J. C. Ki.more is building a two story house in the Darst addition to be Rowland, which is for a store-roolow nod n hall above, to bo occupied by the hiothorhoods of railway employes. Term eav Stanfotd. THE P. I RILEY U. HOUSE, Kontucky. niLEY, Proprietor, I Marshal Li'bhy, of Lexinutou, brought The following was sent by the flncfct enthu-Biasti- c London, Go-ii- I I I tM""'Mii V ta m over on Saturday W. M. Green, who is wanted hero for shooting at with intent to kill, Michael Keefe, some two years ago. Both of them were railroad and as nobody was hurt, not much was thought of it. He gave bond Mr. K Brown. to appear, however, but pkipped inctead Wallace Ul'tiihik, 01 riusnurt, was and has evaded arnst ever since. His ilmi'ti ii u.. 1. htri ktfiir. Mm. J. A. Our trial comes up at 10 o'clock Sunday. cm-plo)- H father to H. L. D. "Wo have the little boy at our house you ever heard of. He was born on the (Lincoln's birth day but says ho is ev ery inch a democrat. W. M. O'Bryan." l'-t- ii, am battel have moved to my ruw Hotel-an- d ptepuml than ever to accommodate the public l Lit ery attached and every convenience Live me a call. FRANK RIl.F.Y. 77 Our Spring Goods are now coming in and we i Jim.ky's little sou I.00 ban been nt tin' jKiint of dwith, but was I XTt II. 0. I I I L BV fc bettor yeMerdny. Mil. il. Ukiuihkt Kisli. of Concordin, Km., is tho Inst to send n correct answer to tho Hiblle.nl juiwli'. Mit. J. T. Cakw.v, tho commercial tourist, wiih ut homo few duys and left yesterday for Middlesboro. J on El' ll Lai ki:y, student of the Medical Collude, is visiting the family of Hon. Ci. A. I.urkey. Miu am Miw. J. H. Vasiiook and their pretty little Ihiby. of MrmUivnd, are visiting Mr. ' M"1- - u- ' Crow Tmk handnoine and stylish Mrs. Clin?. W. Krehier, ol New Allmny, Ind., in via- it her eousins, the Misses Helm. M11. amiMih. K W. Smith, of Toino-tolJJ. C, and their hundtnime lny, are Hill's. visiting ut her dither, Col. T. Mil. 1. It. Coikts, of Natchex, Miss., Moni.ed a few davs with bin rcliitivo, Mrs. I'okio Courts, on route to New York. Mil U M. Wwithiipielh, of Junction City, is now tilling the position of copyof- H In Chief Dmpiitcher li. W. CrultVs 11 11 Iou-isvill- o - a, 1 Mux. Ilutrinnu.of Unciihter, Imvo been tho , guests of their Hinter, Mrs. J. M. Mcltob-ortsMim. Katk Kohkrt. of Cmb Orchnrd, wan one of the original solvers of the puzzle, and is entitled to n paper, Hi-bl- M.I). Hroiiw and Mrs. Ohio Jr. if "- - B oJford, and Chnrles Cunningham, of Lexington, came over yesterday tontteiid the funeral of Mr. Hooiim. Mkssk. A. I'hiianbky and M. Salinger go to New York thin week to buy Roods for their severnl stores, particularly tho one nt tbis place. Hon. W. H. Millkk, of tho con. con., Bpent Sunday with bis wife. Ho still that tlie, body will adjourn before roses come again. the who was deputy slieriir S. II. during tho Ivist Knd recotwtruction jftriod, ifl here. Ho has returned to live nt his old home in Tennessee, after hcv eral yearn' nojoiirn in tho Wewt. Mhk8. J. 1). Fkbnky nnil W. M. Blount, a couple of bright members of CTTb K. of 1'. lodge nt Itichiiiond, anmhted tlio lodi;o hero Tliursday night in conferring tho bccoikI and third degrees. Mim Ida M. Adams writes thatthond. in thiH paper Bold tho -' shares of Firht National Bank stock and tliat slie is its well Batintled with tho I. J. as "an advertising medium as siio has always been with it as a conveyer of news." Wo appreciate so nico n coui)liment and return our heartiest thanks. Mu. J. H. Waiiukn, "Undo Jimmy," as lie is familiarly known, was down Saturday, dressed in ids best suit of clothes and looking almost as young bh ho nsed to he, to have his photograph taken for us, for uso in these columiiH nftor n cut is made. Although fast traveling to tho 87th milo post in tho journey of life, lie slid ho hadn't felt as well for years and wo never saw him in bettor spirits. A number of tho SOyenr-oland ovor meu, including Mr. Geo. W. Tribble, havo promised their pictures and agreed to submit to an interview. Miis. sbe claima it. Makoaiikt UiiAVWH.of W( in-sis- ts IIn-KLK- , d CITY AND VICINITY. Lesions at Hout'B. 20 cents per dozen at B. F. Tub nicest thing yet in table jollies nt Farris & Hardin's. - -- Come and see our now stock of gents' neckwear. Severance & Son. Preserves, nppl" butter iniiico inent nnd jellitB nt B. K. iV v. a. "-- " 181X) Parties owing 1110 on account of 1 nueu iub will plenso call and settle. Warren. iiionoy. A. A. iuck, tho best of all cereal food products, pure, healthful and conven- Crystal ient, at Fnrria & Hardin'a. It will be interesting to those who ate giving up 20 cents a do.eii for eggs to know that a Kansas man lias patented an artificial egg so much like the reul article The Penalty of Ciimo Co. but the that it can not he told from it, which I e cents a dozen least said about it tlie better. It was cm make at a cost ot even woro than To bo Grider's show, with a plant worth $.oa which was claimed to have been so d d The Wentherfoid Hotel at Hustoiiville bad it was really giMwl, The Gpera House was knocked down to Kmmett McCor-mac- k managers knew nothing about the. comSaturday forf2,2.i, which wnssup-po.epany, so took it for Iwtter or worse, beto be a by bid. J. G. Weatherford ing careful, however, in tho newspaper then sold his interest in it to YV. D. notices of it to confine themselves simWeatherford fo fl,2iX), their mother ply to the Ihiio announcement that it having a life time doner in it. was coming. v There Beems now to bo absolutely no The new schedule, which went into doubt that the new building proposed cll'uet Sunday, makes no change in the by Mr. A. C. Sine lo tlie Odd Fellows time of the night trains, hut the day will lie erected. It will be a big day for north now misses at llf:.'50 r. st. Stanford when the "old Commercial" is ami thesouth-houuat l::il v. m. The razed to the ground, for the purpose of local freights pass at rt.oli a. m. north and placing a handsome brick structure on its .V12 Tho K. C. train on site. the Richmond Branch leaves as before Very few valentines parsed through nt 7 a. m. and returns 'Jo minutes earlier, o.i.'O p. ji. Passenger traina are now run the mails here this year and the stores through from Livingston, connecting had few or none of them for Bale. Tlie with .the day m.s.seiigsr trains 011 this di- interest in the day Beems to lie dying out all over the country. People nre vision. (hiding some morn appropriate wny of The 2,Sth auniver.Ntry of tho order of expressing love, spite or ridicule than reKnights of Pythias will he celebrated at sorting to the means that the day Lexington Itilh. Phantom l.odge, of that city, has issued hundreds Confident thnt the claims of tho coun of invitations and promises a grand time to all ho attend. The order of the day ty havo grown out of all proportion to will consist of marches and drills by tlie tlie service rendered, County Judge Vnr uniform ranks and tiie conferring of tlie non and Attorney l'axton are taking ampliiiud degree on 1A subjects and tho steps to ciirtail them. Tho road claims whole to wind up with a big banquet. were about $2,000 last year and they Paot Chancellor W. H. Wearen nnd oth- havo addressed letters to each surveyor calling his attention to the fact that er members of tho lodge hero will only a full day's pay will ho allowed for teams when a full day is made. The Woman's Paisoiiago and Home Dit. Stkklk Baii.ry says that Dr. DaMissionary Society elected Mre. T. J. God hey president, Mrs. 11. C. Hupley vid Barrow, chairman of the conimitte Mrs. S. P. Stagg treasurer for that purpose, lias named Lexington as tho days and Mrs. Jno. P. Davis secretary. Tlie as the placo and May for holding tho next annual meeting of ladies promised to secure $100 for the parsonage for tho Methodist church, but tlie Kentucky State Medical Association. they have already raised $180, while the From every indication this meeting will brethren have done nothing. The wo- be an unusually interesting one and its men are ever in the front in every good success is already assured. Those who word and work. God bless them and deuiro further particulars may obtain pity tho men. It looks very much liko them by addressing Dr. Harrow, LexSam Jones is right when ho frays there ington, or tlie permanent secrotniy, Dr. will not be enough men in Heaven to Bailey, Stanford. furnish bass in tho choir. Middi.ksiioro. The News says that J. 0. Thompson and George H. Bruce havo The city council at a called meeting on Saturday night decided to submit to tho let the contract to build a their lot in Block l!i, N. K. Cumberland voters of Stanford tho proposition to 1)0 25x75, not exceeding $20,000 in bonds foi Avenue, for $.r,000. It is to pri'bM'd brick front and stono the purpose of building water works to with The real estate firm of Bruc lie owned and managed by tho town, the Thompson & Co. dissolved, but Thompelection to occur Saturday, March 1th. busiThat tho water works would bo of incal- son and Acuil will continue tho S. II. Bruce will devoto ail of his culable value to tho town there is no ness. question, and wo shall discuss it more time to tho new Ashnrv Hotel. The St. fully hereafter. There wns a proposi- Mary's Fpiecopal church was occupied tion before the council to havo tho for the first time Sunday. It is a very town subscribe an amount sudicient to handsome frame structure and cost Hev. II. II. Sneed is rector. secure a controlling interest, Bay $10,000, but tliis was voted down, tho council CHURCH AFFAIRS. believing that if tho enterprise is the by Hev. F. Tlio revival coiuhu-tegood thing they think it ?is, that the Ashlaml resulted in 107 Gurruttnt town should get the full benefit. to the church in a few days. Mt. Killed his Father. Judge Wilson SterliiiR Lewis, of Harlan, was killed by his own A vouiib man in Jepsamine county eon last week. Tho patricide whoso named Flavina Teal put into circulation name is Sidney, is but 21 nnd after tak- a report that Hev. J. S. Young, n promiing tlie old uinn's life he lied to become nent preaclier, had wiiipped his wife, a wanderer and an exile unless he is cap- lie was confronted and made to sipn a tured nnd given the punishment he de- libel, which was published in the Jessaserves. The two quarreled some time mine Journal. ago nnd Judgo Lewis had the boy bound Mrs. Tyree, tho Springfield, O , woover to keep tlie peace. This made him man, who was baptized in a zinc coffin, madder than before and when father and whilo Hho was too ill of la grippe toleavo son met at tlie barn on the homo placo her room, died last week. Just before last week, tho latter drew a 15 pistol and tlio dissolution she attempted to join put five balls into tho old ninn's body, in song with her feeble voice nnd then, killing him instantly. Judge Lewis was with a shout on her lip?, passed away. a brave and fearless oflker and to him is The number of women preuchrru in due the honor of ridding Harlan county the United States is put at tlie very modof Wiis Howard, Wils Jennings and tho erate figure of JO0. No statistician has other desperadoes thnt gave tho county yet beou found who would undertake to so bad a name. He lead the law and or- enumerate the number of women who der party against that crowd and in the lecture without regard to time or placo battle of Poor Fork put them to flight, or the condition of tho auditor. Louisseveral being killed and wounded on ville Times. each Bide. Judge Lewis was a brother-in-laof 'Squire Larkin K. Wells, of A dispatch from Middlesboro Hays this county. that the object of Sonator Brice's visit to . .' H virtue of Taxc due the Slate of Kentucky and l.imuln county, I or one of my deputies, will, uti Ileiueen the hour of to. A. M , and 3, P M., the o door in Stanford, cll to the highest bidder, for cmIi in Ititnd, tliu following lanrii, or o much tVereof is may b neceiry to satitfy the aiHOtmt of taxed due aforesaid, be-fn- d have received most of Sheriffs' Sale for Taxes! our Clothing, Hats, and Men's Furnishing Goods. 9, You are invited to call. Stagg & MeRoberts. MONDAY, MARCH 1891, STANFORD l'KF.Cl.NCT. Name. Aero Ta. Yer. $ 8 linker, Mhs'Ii 1 10 o 'tj, It, 89, 99 llailey, Tbowai 7 3j 1 Lot Craiff, Klem '$, 90 ........ a (' 'S7 to 90...... a (5 Carr, Harriet loa 'InaMdoo umn lot Gentry, Orren, 4)0 " (entry, Hindi 7 to $0 3 05 OivMi Anthony, helis" 'Sf sndjo 3 6$ 1 (iveut, pus-hong- d south-houn- ' Mill, Watt 'jamls 8 '8C, 89 andpi llmier, Jam Hansford, Mary, hrs. Ut 'SI, 8f and 00 " 'S, Sf and 90 Mcl'hcrton, Jehu " 'M, S9 and 90 MMtgomt'ry, Altx Middltto,(;.-ort- t " 'W, S$ando. 11 Rue, llettic 'B;, fe, 80, y Kout, Krsy t 'S;, W, &f, 90 Terry, John M. iH$ to Whitley, Jane '87, SI, So, 00 4 'Soandcj.. 2 Warred, Mnrmh WALNUT Tufi ' iSs 3 00 6 385 39a 5$ 410 675 885 315 1 TEGS WIJLJLAMB 9 t.Ati: ALEXANDER'S HOTEL,, 40 a 9s 1 THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates S2..CJO Per Hay. Cor. 7J .....305 3 FLAT. Iiclry, llH Kndt, Tho. Klchardiofl, Hen, hrs RkhardMm, lien, Jr. awl AudorwH, Adams, iUimticth Drown, J M. Ilect, Wm. Anderion, J. L. Onllln, David, Sr. MaCKand, Allen llncgHml, W O Noaks, Kliialcth How land Allred Rogers, John, Sr. Stewart, Kluabcth, Wood, Mary IlrocV., 5 js o i s. ';, M. 69,99 V ' 'J 99 and Ar 6j S 9 13 Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Jefferson, Court-Hous- e, Manager. 9 9 m '86, 19 nnd 90 'St, S9 7 jo CRAH ORCHARD. 115 40 and oa iSM 1K57... 1890 7 6u 1 So 30 Watch Inspector L. & N., j Jo 110 jo fto 74 'Sj te 00 '15 to 87 1890 7 7c 7 cc 5 cc Si toio '87 10 90. '&7t 90 'tS to 90 . . a 7j 4 Cj Ji oc 3 7i 30 a 00 MmBhmm&Z&rz0rr$Gv?' i d. Io 109 ion m Farrw, Jne K O W'l J jo 1 'Srand j 38 hrs. let 4 llodt;e, 'Sf and 00. '90 V 9J . All B mil mmiBmm Wlmmm Fine Watches a Specialty. Work Warranted. il Ml y Dealer In...... um z nczw. .. WATCHES, CLOCKS ZtS?Rcpairing neatly and prompt-Sfe- " y done. t, 27-2- 11 NorkyLe, Mrt. M. Wren, Nathan llriKht, KrancU 1 lot " J 't6 ' 10 90 9 70 1 S5 9 $0 3 9J I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) ami o......... cqi.ohi:d. llurn'ide, S.UH Guest, (ireon Jones, Green Rice, Andy TucV.tr, Wm. t Ut t lot 1 'Si to 9a...... 'M to 90 H.6.RUPLBY,2 75 3 - ('j 1 ' 'Si "90........ and 90 and 99 3 00 1 50 VsC!K05 ft 3 1 t W'AYKBSttURG. Henry tSo 57 '94 js u 15 intniri , , t-l- i Ktanchptiihch, 'Ignnd liurion, Gro. Martin, W. C. Polly Juhti II. Rtdnvr, w. Ilovt, 1) V. Williams, Root. Williams, Susin Younj, Cl.ul., t 43 store-hous- e e 40 147 $0 'S3 lo '90 'S9 and 90. 'Sj to 90 '$9 and 90 1899 9 Is Receiving His 10 7J s (o .. a 90 4 co 2 40 6 jo 6 80 3 60 FALL AND WINTER GOODS Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. C Give him a call. it-s- ue ' and 9a "W to 94. 9a trim-ining- s. jo 'S$and 8S HUSTON VII.L1 town Ut Atwood, Geo., 30 Grifhn, General, Haley, David, is Oldham, Mrs. Rebecca Cloyd, Hdith is town lot Cooper, Jim, 4 Gum, At Lewi, Samuel, hri. S McCorinack, Green, lot Reid, Aarn 5 1 VIdmiii, Frank Adamt, & C F. Alcorn, ltriuM, to 90 to 90 to 93 1890 WHAT HAVB YOU GOT TO EAT?" Is a question asked the Grocer every day. 1 'I7 Sfi 8 35 9 30 j js 2 00 S!l,-50- 0. '86 to o SS to 90 '$9 and 99 '89 and go '89 and 90 '89 and 90 '66 to 90 Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at 3 75 3 33 3 45 1 A. A. WA.B,B,E2T' "MODEL GROCEaY:" 85 3 3 40 7 45 : TURNEUSV1U.K. Mrt. Susan Slade, 3 Uu Mc Kinney '89 A 9a.. A) A: 90 It , G. Ji D, S '8 to 90 Richard '8StO()3 2 liright, John ' C),b, Loima i Floyd, Jim '89 A: 99 13 1 Ut Floyd, Joe 'li lo 90 to 90 Gooch. Cam t 'St to 90 Gocch, Davidson 3S t A-Welch, Jim . WtI-h- . 'SI toua Ikrry MorrUon, Z. hrs 4 toip 1 lot-tu- aildi-tion- s M 7 45 70 Ss 3 90 1 05 7 Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter 13eans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, Src. 't '7 to 10 5 50 8 60 3 1 i 45 The Old Reliable Jeweler urn in the Lead. 76 70 8 fo CO . HIGHLAND. Ilnltinn, John ItauK", G" W. Ilaugh, H. hrs 50 3 149 50 60 - A. R. SS Penny OK I '8 to 9a 9 I 3 'U teo 'M '87 5 85 Has the largest and Harris Maririt Sjckrnheim, Jos. McMulicn, Jas 6 S MOST COMPLETE STOCK S9 A- 90 .. T. D. NKWLAND.S iif.mnir.r.rtm.ii.'n-nr(T.in'..TOn- 4fo L, ( i nvuiimiiji'i!.'!"" itiititiiuix:iitiiri-.iiiijr-IIIMII'III.IIIII rrhif FHEETO flLL.g 1 IjjL $h 7 "C 77J Our New Illutratel S (VitaloRUo ot Plants, S uuios, vines, jrruDi,: iTU- -I 1?. I Watcltes azul Jewelry ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. 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 job's to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work Is solicA. R. PENNY? ited and I guarantee satisfaction. 21 aP?,ailPrri1 ' TrAAC ntflll Grape vinei, seadB.'3 rriilt bC bo mailed Free to all 3D applicant); 80 piifcsSg nnd 4000 varlctica of i3 9 Plnnf t jfc , w 3 G3B Creenhoutcs; 30 acres. Ritlsfartlon Guaranteed. UktO. 1 22 Address, NEl'SER, IxjuisviiXE, Ky. 3f i , .' .a, .' 'afAtgJj''-.ja- j 4 iiiMwtiiw 9 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: LIVE Friday ir YOU AT STOCK THAT PAYS. PubllBbod Every Tuesdny and WANT FINE SPRING LAMBS, HERE IS YOUR SHEEP. Illustration ami Description oftlie Horned MTWhen not o paid S2.6Q Dorset FJoth Sexes Hare tlie Horns. " Hest Adapted to the Hearing; of Early CARD. JUl. LOCAL TIME Lambs for Market. Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning Wo cah the attention of onr readers to at 5:20 p. m. tho Dorset honied sheep, as shown in L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tho illustration. Both rams and ewes 3 Pn n. "131pm are horned. Tho Doraet belongs to the Mail tram going North.. i South 11 59 P m family of sheep that produce wool of Express tram " South 3 ti am medium length. It is excellent for combNorth am , 650 Local Freight North ing. Tho wool is soft, whito and clean, 5 "P m Soiith nnd wciglis on tho averago about six The latter trains also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar pounds to tho fleece. When tho early time is about 10 minutes faster lambs arc marketed tho fleeces are sheared off nnd sold as Limbs' wool. It is not, howover, ns a wool sheep, but as a spring lamb producer that we commend tho Dorset to tho attention of sW w 'nsAiw-rbreeders. It is only beginning to bo known in this country, but tho breed has beeu noted 0110 in tho south of England for generations. It has not yet been sufficiently tried in America to establish its perfect hardiness in tho northwest, but in northern New York it has beon introduced with the greatest success and good profit. will be charged.- 11 &AK1N6 POWDER Absolutely Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all In leavening strength. U. S. Goscrnmer.t Report Aug 17, i83o. bridge nt Washington, tho clear height nlwvo tho water at is to bo 105 feet: tho river span to be 1,100 feet, and tho two shore spans 052 feet each. Tho approaches nt each end will bo on masonry, arched viaducts and embankments of earth. Suspension cables of steel will pass over two grnnito towers, each about 210 feet high, pierced with arched o.H'nings for roadways, and bo anchored into masses of masonry at tho outer end of each approach. The grades on tho central span will be !J feet per 100: on tho shoro spans, 8.5 feet per 100, and on tho approaches, 4 feet per 100. Tho extreme width of tho bridge will bo about 51 feet, with a roadway for vehicles 04 feet wido in tho clear, and two sidewalks for pedestrians 8 feet each in width. Lateral vibration is to bo provonted by a system of ties extending out from the sides of tho towers, and vertical vibration by means of tho four trusses. Tho live load that such a bridge could sustain would bo 70 txmuds to the square foot. Tho clear height of 105 feet above water level will allow tho largest four masted schooners to reach Georgetown by lowering their topmasts. It is at rare intervals that a vessel of this class appears in this harbor, and tho great majority of vessels that sail these waters can pn!3 under tho bridgo without inconvenience. The span of 1,100 feet practically leaves tho full width of tho river unobstructed both to navigation and to the freo flow of the waters of tho Potomac. Harj.n.'r'a Weekly. mid-channel Tbo Now I'otonmo llriilRP. In tho proposod now Arlington Dr. A. S. PRICE. ens-pensi- Offlee on Main SUROKON DKNTIST. street, over W. 11. McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanford. FARM FOR SALE. ing In grass liut 15 at res. has all the neceary buildings, is well watered and fenced andadeslr. Call on or address m at able 11U. e generally Stanford, Ky O. A PEYTON. 90-.- Stanford, :, miles issoutha i.fhigh stale ol near the Somerset cultivation, all pike It in be- I offer for sale privately my Farm of 8 Acres, For Sal "And you think the banquet tho finest of the season? What features rendered it so very enjoyable ''" "Well, you seethe wHu'H were old and the ladies ere all young." Chit'flKO Herald. Tho 86 11 I Twenty IluilcHiij; Juols In the corporate limits of Rowland J DARST, Rowland. Havlnc rernosed my Par' er Shop to the Com mercial Hotel, I am pit parid U a. commodate ladies as svell as gentlemen In anything they may with Desirable Residence "ii me.in my line, (.liil.HriiSSI-niso waited on IK THOMPSON'. I nt'c mint re UI Hotel. And Die house is on Dansille street Tho Flnost on Earth. he aril Is The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dajton K R is in good repair and contains 5 rooms the only line running Pullman's l'ertectetl Sxfety large and beautllul and altogether Vcstibuleit 1 rnln, with Chair I'.itlor Merpini; Tho Pluco is ono of tho Moat nnd DinniR Car srrvitc between Cincinnati, Chicago and is the only line I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerin Town. Knlming Chair Cirs between On-- c lliroiuh set pike, 7 miles Irom Sltinlonl nnd aie prepared nnatt, Keokuk and Springfield, 111. nnd Sleeping to furnish any kind of Ll'MHKR, SlllM.I.KS, Will sell or rent on essy terms Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the MISS MARY K VARNON. Ac, at LOVKSI PRICKS I s ill sell the lum berat the mill nr delner, to suit ptuchrs. dive btsnlord, Ky. Only Dtroct Lino me a trial Pw.tolKce. MAYWOOD, KY Cincinnati, l).i)lon limn, Toledo, DeI will deliver sawed heslnut shingles at Stan troit, the LaVe Keginnsaiid Canada. ford or Rowland si ii n per M. 1 ht tn.i.l 11 .nt of the oldest ill the State ol y A II IIASTIN Ohioand the onl) line entering Cincinnati j record can miles nl ilnuMettaik, and from in more than nsmreits (tatrons spctd, comfort and ! safel see that they luletson.V sale everywhere, andof Cincinnati, D , cither in or out read C , II Indianapolis or Toledo. s ft Val'ejr Co , "E I). Newport NfiA M. K. O McCORMICK, .at Solid rati) Lied I rains lo General Passenger and ticket Agent. FOR SALE OR RENT. Very - 1 Do-litfhtl- 'ul 1TEW SAW 1 MH.X.. run-tin- g 9-- tt )at er CASH 41-i- Paid For Hides and Fur, OLD K Y. ROUTE 1 RICHARD C. WARREN Is a Candidate for Auditor of the Slate ot Ken-uck- y. subtect to the will of the Democratic party. R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. Office on Main extracting up stairs street, opposite Portman House, Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless KENTUCKY. 'STANFORD. DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Main street, In office recently vacated by Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. ' I. LIVERY, 2tt. BRUCE, AND TEED SALE STABLE, I STANFORD, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL travelers. Howes and mules bought and sold. Only first-class horses and vehicles used in livery I I THE SHELTON HOUSE, J. H UREER, Proprlotor, I Rowland, First-clas- s - - Kentucky. 94-o- accommodations at reasonable rates. ' Open day and night. Sample room and good lit cry ! in connection sheep. It is perhaps tho most prolific breed of Bheep known. For producing winter and spring lambs no ewo has been tried that is equal to tho horned Dorset. In England tho ewes aro bred in April. In September they bring tho lambs, which In this aro marketed at Christmas. country, so far as they have beon tried, tho effort has been made to breed tho ewes a little later, havo tho lambs come tho first of November and bo ready for market in February. No other sheep known has such prepotency and vigor Ewes when bred to as tho Dorset. DoTsets produce moro twin lambs than any others, and often breed twice in a year, thus giving two crops of lambs. A famous flock of 400 owes owned by Mr. Pitfield, of Bridport, England, produced 555 lambs in a single season. Tho Dorset is the breed par excel-- I leuce for spring lamb raising. Wherever this is profitable try tho Dorset!. They aro hardy and healthy, and in spite of their great horns docilo and quiet At 2 years old they weigh 100 pounds, without being especially fattened. The Dorscta have white legs, with largo whito faces nud black noses and lips. They have a deep, full brisket and long legs which nre light of bone. When a cross is ruado between Dorset and South- down tho result is a larger sheep, with a heavier, finer fleece, but not so proline of lambs. horned DORsrrr FOR RENT. Having leased the Menelce Stable, I now offer ray NEW STA1ILE on Lancaster street for rent It has ten large llox Stalls and is the cry best place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for the coming season. A large cistern at the door Call on or address A T.NUNNELLEY. Stanford 77-- tf j sansx.!. BORIBTG I I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the work in a good manner and promptly At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. 34-t- t L.T.SMITH TAR0ID two-cen- TARilDSOAP D Fifteen ImjII boys in downtown hotels, tinder tho leadership of James E. Dono-huhavo completed arrangements for a novel journey across tho continent. THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Tho lads, whoso homes nre in the cistern states, camo to the coast ut different times in van 'us capaeitieo and ways, SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, and havo never been enabled to save enough money to pay their return pass-- j SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. age. All are anxious to go cast. PRICE 50 CENTS. They havo clubbed togetiier, and by Poultry Ulnts. t stomps for freo sample Scad three bos and book. Tho poultry like a feed of green stuff tho payment of $10 e.icu nuvo rained a every day, a head of cabbage to pick at, fund sufficiently large to enable them to or a littlo fino clover hay. Some poultry carry out their project. They havo fanciers save a littlo rowen clover on chartered a common box freight car. purpose for winter food for tho hens. They will erect cots and bunks in their Now is tho time when a warm mash, of car. An oil stove, cooking utensils and ABSOLUTELY PURE,x boiled vegetables and meal or bran, is a supply of provisions will complete tho well relished in tho morning, and the outfit. Donohuo and his fourteen comr FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, eggs will bo moro abnndant in conso- - panions expect to start on t'.ioir journey AND NURSERY PURPOSES. Wd quenco. separate moso wmcu aro in (6oon, and anticipate nny amount of fun TAE-0ICO., Chicago, tended as the parents of tho next year's ; on the tnp. ban 1' rancisco Chronicle. stock. Tho contamination from mixing Within tho few years tho discov- Forfa!elA K. Penny and M. L. Ilourne, with inferior stock just before laying V"""' 1"h1. Stanford .i . . ; begins will last many weeks, and per-- , haps months, as l.of ilia llrt"t wi Mii-- nTiil 41ia learned to his cost. Select thooe that "" " ""." ... V . ,utx-i-... . .. V. . mm ... "1 i uuu ui .uuiiiu iiihu t7.ii'iiaivu ! important. Those near Albuquerque aro wv siaa,i VU1U1 ul sjv uvw , being examined by a commission from as to improve rather than deteriorate. tho interior department and geologists aro good, free layers, Select thoso that from the Smithsonian Institution. The if you would raise pullets that will lay samo parties will doubtless examino the year. American Cultiwell another Colorado and Texas remains recently vator. Their official repoits will be looked for with interest. Sluttou Haters. Roller The rapid increase in the consumption In Texas, near the town of Carnes-ville- , of mutton iu tho United States is conthrco explorers havo discovered an sidered worthy of especial noto in the ancient place of tepulture, in which annual report of tho department of agri- there aro many catacombs containing culture for tho current year. The secre- the petrified remnins of an unknown tary for agriculture observes that a can- - race. Among tho articles unearthed J - .Hin1 msWxi rP V11 srtin l,lecM of 6CU'tro and trywould oVidently show that the -has doubled in 'weapons of wan FLOUR, of mutton IS OUR BEST B J thirteen years, that Is between ltuo ana , There J9 n pruno orcimr,i of fort y trees BUT EITHER of increase twice as nt GranBemne Cul., which bore last 18S8, being a rate He year 28,200 pounds of fruit, an avorago . rapid as the advance of population. , w. nuns uuii. m u.w..u of 705 .)0uml!j t0 tho tree. Uno tree its suitability for summer uso in warm among tno number prouueeu 1,1 iu cumaios anu jk Kfciuji yvyu.iimvj louuds. highly fed animals of tho best mutton Grand Duke Nicholas, ono of tho czar's more common in onr breeds become markets, contribute to the rapidly en- uncles, has become insane, and has been larging, demand," and ho considers that plnced under restraint. Ho is 00 years IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR "this branch of sheep raising should re- of ago and has had a most adventurous career. ceive greater attention." THE MONEY. e. TTo4-.I Ventilating tho Hens. Ventilation, proiwrly attended to, is essential to tho health of the fowls in winter, and it tends to increase their egg laying. Every hennery should havo a ventilator, but it should always tw closed tight on tho approach of cold weather. Many ventilators do more harm than good. The idea is to keep tho air circulating only when the weath-- ' er is warm. During cold weather sufli- -' cient vontilatiou can bo given by throw ing tho doors and windows open in tho day time. If impure odors seem to suffocate tho inhabitants of the house the ono thing neeriCul is a little work in cleaning out tho place, and then in distributing some absorbents around. Cold winds and draughts from ventilators envso the death of more fowls than almost anything elco in tho improved sort of henhouses. Ventilation is essential to tho health of tho fowls, and, hence, to their egg laying, but it can only bo obtained by a littlo forethought and care. UnnnnTnutap nml mmilntu tT.n .1; ,.i,. it.1 li 141U till ilu;UlUIUKlji lb r It n... n tiia " J'J end. Annie C. Webster in American Cultivator. lcl Eight years ago Georgo Wiggins, son All points East and S uthrast of W. B. Wiggins, who is a prominent Only one night out Irom l.enngt n. Ky. citizen of Graham county, went from Corrected lime Card in Flfecl Jan 4, Robbinsvillo to tho west. For two years ho wroto regularly to his folks. In his lsi FastMall Aciom Daily Co. EAST HOUND. il.spresa.jIF.sDally Ks. Sun last letter ho wrote that ho was gojng to Dally Sun LaQrlppo Again. Montana. This was tho last they ever During ln epidemic of La Grippe last season OF STANFORD, KV , I.vc Stanford j 11 am 11 so n'n heard of him until recently. " LeiingtsHs . ...... 0 ssni 11 4s sml i fjpm Dr. Killi; s New Discotcry for Consumption, pin ' Winchester Coughs and Colds, proved to be the best remedy Is now fully orgamied and ready far busiaess with JS l" is si pm 6 n pm Not long ago II. L. Davis, of Robbins-villo- , Report from rasnv who used It confirm this stale " K. U. Junction went to Montana and settled there, ment I lies, were not only ijuu kly rrlieved, but pm Ml Sterling 7 15 pm 7 lop" $200,000. " Morehead alter results Wc ask ou .......pm 1 4) pt tne distsiH' left no lie now writes back that ho Iwlieves ho to pve this remedy badtrial ane we guarantee tliat Paid up Capital of a Olive Hill 9 oj pin j jj pmi 10 i am - 15,000. " Ashland. lias found tho long lost man. About the im will be satisfied with icsnlts, or the purchase Snrplus, . ! pmi 5 iX pm equal in l.a It has " Calletlsburg. pm 10 4 pml s time George Wiggins wrote his last let- price willortie reluiidnl Chest orno Lunn trouble an I hruat, pmt o $ pm " Huntington . 11 Grippe, f ter homo a young man arrived in Mon- Trial buttles tree at A R Penny's Drug Store SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANrORD. and Ji tana and went to work in a saw mill. Large bottle. WKSr HOUND employer remembers that he gave His (Now closing up) with the same assets and under Happy Hooslors the name of Wiggins. This was all that Wm.Timnions, postmaster ol tdaville, Indiana, the same management. I.ve. HuntingtMi. lo pm tNIM of Its chatter, depositors are as Hy " Calleitsbsirg M o 15 am was learned concerning him. writes "Klecttic llillers has done more fur wc fully provisions as aie depositors in National prelected " Ashland I 40 pm 4 jj am that bad Soon after ho commenced work in the than all other medicines combined, fur trouble.' Hanks, its shareholders being held individual! " Ohve Hill pm 4S am 47 am feelinij arlsinir from kidney and liser " Ml Slrtlisig ho was Rtruck on the side of the John I.eslie. farmer and stockman, of same pJce, liable to the extent of the amount of their stock hh 10 j, am 6 Js am 4 11 mill value Ihereol, in addition le the therein " Wmcheter . 5 is put 11 jc am 7 ij m Llectnc Hitters 10 be the best kid- amount at Ike par in head by a flying timber, which knocked says and"lind medicine, made me feel like a new ih sharrs II may act as Arr Lctmgtoti invested lis er ney i a p l 40 pm I iu am eiecutnr, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as " I.osilssille him senseloss. For a long time his life man-9 'S PJ4 tt.m is 1; n J. W Gardner, hardware merchant, same an individual Hitters is lust the thing for of, but ho finally recov- - town, savs "Klecinc j was desjiaired To those who entrusted their huisiness to us Limited VtiubtaWd Espies, runs dally and fas wnoisall run down and don I care whethHank ol Lincoln ered. Memory of all previous life was ermm lues or dies, lie found new strength, nod while mnaging the tender ourNationalthanks and Pullman Vestikmltd llullrl Sleepers between Louhe nsanv isville, LetingltHi, WashiogtoH, New ork and a new I.msi- on Stanford, we we here gone. If he had just been born into tho appetite and felt Just like he had their business Old Point Comfort This train Is made part ol the R Penny's drug trust they wilt oKtiitue to transact with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenworld ho could not havo been more of a life Only 5c a botile at A. Celebrated tion to same, our twenty years' espenence in child than he was when h recovered V. banking and as liberal sccniumodatHHis as are conAmbition Is a treacherous thing and it sistent with sound banking from that terrible blow. All that he East of Huntington on lie C. A O. Route Fast Mail Trains run dally eiropl Sunday be IllKKcTORS. often leads men to lengths they never now knows he has had to learn anew. tween l.esingltin and Huntington, Make direct J J WiUsanss, Mt. Vernon; Cherokee Scout. go. A man whom I knew intended to connection ai Hunnngton with C V O , at Ash , land with S. V R , ai Wm.liotler with K C R J. M. Hail, Stanford; to goto 15 years since was ainbitious R. north and south bound, and at l.eaington with J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; A Pullman Sleeper on I'lre. 1. it V , I S and C , N. O. I P. Railroads Congress. He didn't net there ho went S J. Embry, StaHfersl ; I.esmgtan and Olive Hill Accommodation daily When the east bound Washington exto the penitentiary instead. His ambiJ B. Lynn, Stanford; oscepi Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and press on tho New Englaud ro.td, leaving tion caused him to bribe a voter. Ex. from K C points and at Leiingtoc. with I S V A. W. Carpenter, Mlttedgeville; R for Louisville this city at 2:15 a. m., was a few miles J. K.Haughnvan, HustsVnvitte; For full information in rnrard to rates routes, this side of Willimantio Thursday, firj Mllos' Norvo and Jjlvor Pills Cash, Stanford; .Vc , apply to any agent of I his or connecting lines J. F. . am . n.w twinfirit.. retr nl.itlni? lift l,vr. was dibcovered in a Pullman hleuper. Is William Gesch, Stanford, Ky the nerses. bowels 'iLE. HfNTINGiON, C I. BROWN spread rapidly, and tho p,tseugers wero stomach nnd I'r. .sinesthrough speesiuy cure A new , S. II. Shanks, Presideut. rms V P. and t. M . discovery G P A , bad taste, tnrpid Hsrr, piles, constitution. I esingtosi, Ky. ordered out and placed in tho other J II. Owsley, Cashier Smallest, I'nequalfd for men, women, children G W. HARNEi. W S HARRISON, sleeper, which fortunatoly had room mildest, surest jo doses 15 cents. Samples free W. M. Ilright, Teller G M . LesiMgljU.Ky 1 P. A .Ashland, Ky enough to accommodate them. It was at A. II Penny's, Stan ford J II Haughmati, General impossiblo to extinguish the tire, and at A l'ortuiuile Woman. Willimantic the car was cut out and the lUki-Onu. Mrs Mnr firo department called. Its services son to be j I. tbniK'Ui of sin- .Mih, has reait rre.it suf. were, howover, unnece-.sary- , as tho firo fe'er f iiiiii neurl ui.irtsel-- ji'nrs Vh stwirl. ot breutu, licl Nyy ) ' im In "JsLaUIC CVItAH.S KOUTJC." was got under control by other means . te i er ih1ii tssn bullies fnintne. before its arrival. An accident of this of Dr Mile New Heart if, 10 am "I Tho Shortlist nnd Qulckoat Routo from Ijinn f. je.irs Mv n ml inu eyesitfiit kind is very unusnal, and though tho fire betterunprniwir womli Contral Ktintuolcy to nil polnta North, I udsi-- e nil ir-sormil huso Kant, WoHt nnd 8outh-Wouevidently started from tho heater, it does Fnnt fin's nfnicied lo Usu iln mdui ruimJr" Llnobotwoun Loxlnton nnd Cincin not yet appear just how it originated. A It Pcnn. druKKisl. cuiuuk inl n.l iiarun-teiit l)r sltloV ssorU mi nati. The wood of tho car in which it started taming manel'ius tutnuoiiiul, (restlitftn, eon' bo SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 16, iV. was badly burned, and tho loss will Tliv All I'nlltMl. considerable. Tho passeugera were in The follow ui(r 1. tier irom Mr W A Thnnunn, No. i No. 4 No A iriy great excitement for a littlo time, and of Co umtiiu. Wis, South Hound. t rente for her 'Mywi'e.' sjitht' Sunprobably did not havo a monopoly of un- head Klomacii nml tie h.. prostrutioti br threo Daily v. ui Ei Sun In t hieHj;o, onn In pleasant agitation. They were all got ilooiors in N.sr York. I.ve Cincinnati .. 8 10 amilciipm l'hliadi 11I1I.1 onn in (.' cm uti. in-- ut ilm large t it a m t o9 p ml '6 P m I.ve Covington, out without accident, and their effects lnstltuin in IlutT iln foe CX. mrni:li Tiev alt I.ve Kalmoulh... . g ,. a m u 10 p m J i" n CO K Moraine Muu were removed uninjured. Hartford fntled Hut m lMi(ii"lDrfvnlj 11 IS a m,io P m Air Paris j p m' 5 "lnU should Nervine lielpeJ In r is hi le 1) 10 pm 11 m p m 6 P in Arr I.csington Courant. iiuuches, b. tl.aclies. chaiiKCs of bo us il tn ail The salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped handt, chilblains, corns and all skin crup tions and positively cures piles, or no payreuir. ed. It is guaranteed to irivo perfect satislactloc, Price i$ cents per Uo. or money refunded KorsalebyA R Penny, Stanford, Ky. DiicMi't Know Who He Ik. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve II R ELK1N & CO.'S, Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, Stanford, ljl Farmers Bank& Trust ' 11 , . 1 j 311 S I I . 1 1 " 11 .1 - F. F. I A-- .,. M A onions-ness- Hook-Keepe- r r ve-- - L F. BANTER'S Kentucky Central R.R. n,llut-lerlnir- 1 ss. i n MAGIC t. ! s lle-u- l ni'en-siiinjt- : RE MOVER! " I - i'e-- I - io 1(1 l ipm J" " . Aero tlui Continent in 11 llox Our. life. ne'T ,u il li rba ces. Ills rlieuinaiism, sir m store lorn free etc Ask at A H trial liottlu ami Ur Miles new book on ttis Nerses and Heart A Special Bargain. A Blue-Gra- ss ZZ3 Arr Winchester., is 10 Arr Richmond. . J5 p 5 10 p Arr Lancaster. 3 43 P Arr Stanford. Lve Richmond, t 10 p A" Herea j 05 P 5 so p Arr Livingten. 1 I.ve Pans 11 7 a in p m'. mi in 3 ... o 15 . 3? rn r m m m M..... .... . . ..., Urt .. l"pa ..ait ,.MI toi ,.. No. 1. . ....., A Farm For Salo. or sale privately the Henry Hester farm of 60 acres, nearly all rich bottom land, ai acres sown in wheat; the balance in grass. I offer So.Ui.1, K,. The dwelling has six rooms and lain Kood repair. There is a new barn, good well, fine orchs fencing on tlic place. ard and cash, balance in u and 18 Terms ne-half months Possession to botfiveu Kelt. 1, 1801. Apply to me or my aent, W A Tribble, at first-clas-O- Tho M .h I.emdvkk fills n InriR felt want with iiwni'r of llnrv nr Mules with Wart, Kuotn, ISriiii-c-- , Cutn, StniiiiK, Sprain. Old Siin, Uurh Wire Cut-- , It nmkes no dilil'rence i't how lon the knot has liwn tliere, or how hard it is, (if it - not of the lxini',1 we witl .who it oil' on tho "NO i- North-Houn- d. No. j. CURE, HO PAY" tin- tiliin. i riMiioviii l r raOJ! KY M FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, ! ZT I MM " Ll:? iV'w Capital Stock Surplus that this $200,000 16,500 ford, htiir cuinen nil', :mil the jthiee ljct'oiiieh very Hire; when you htup uaiiihr it, llit-- hnir hack it, oriinul rolor, anil not a trtu-- of tin? knot U left. Fur plan of iiihiiraiiff, t'tf.,ill at the uniU'rhi"nellrup,'iht'h, ami hrin,' your animal with you. PorialebyW II McRoberts, druggist, Stan- the knot Lve Herea 1015 am . .... Arr Richmond u 45 am ..,.... . ., I.ve Stanford ... 7 00 a m Lve Lancaster 7 30 a m Arr Richmond. 10 ija m Richmond,. Lve 05 p m 6 lo a m Arr Winchester. . 54 p m 7 ij am Arr Pans ..... . t ji p ni 748am i"-- ;y Lve Lexington 00 p m 7 00 a m p ni Lve Paris ........... j 45 p m 7 53 a m 3 45 p m 4 jj I.ve 4 1, p m 9 1$ a m 31 p m Arr Covington.. 5 40 p m 10 44 a m 0 p m Arr Cincinnati . 3 so p m 10 50 a m 6 37 ji nt 43 I.ve Livingston - No. Swam S 5 E 33 s assl ",!?i V;-- 3 J 1 1 I ' Vo". 7."' a f" aml 1010, am, Maysvilleat jTr.uUixi .'iij-.u- . ifCREAMfW ft Extract.jjJ CREAM Extract 1.1- 1 .... a,fc Attention of the public is invited to tho fact is the only Nutioual Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act. depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of ,00,000 Kive sworn statements of theconditioii of the bank are made each year to the L' lilted States government and its assets are examined at stated tunes by government agents, thus securing additional and perfect snfety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in 185S, then ijed as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S65 and the Kirst National Hank of ligain Stanford 111 i!a, has had practically an uninterIt Is b tier supplied rupted existenreof i years now with facilities for trautactiUK business promptbefore in its long and ly and liberally than eser honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidu. curies, firms and indiwduals respectfully solic-te- d '1 SvfiSk fitfSfr s,J.--At- f To euro j.niousn'BS, Side Ifi--i l.trbc, Constl- intl' 11, ,'i iliri.i, ;,hcr t oi.ii.uiutf, k. Le ho B?ta nml rrrtTlti rtuioo,, m&s$48$Bm SJVII'I-X'- if&t) I LollJtl I'l'ii-is i iw t- r kI utl rNolM.f4HAM.SI(101ilcllonnstotlio K sal trail In oil per ,,' eitlier nIic, U5r. Arch, Iluttlo. TllKV Alir. Till! JID8T CIMlTISIilUr, arrives at Paris at 4 io,,p ni. These trains aro daily except Sunday, No 1 runs dally Irom Lexington to Cincinnati. ."so 4j leases Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Paris 10 43 am; except Sunday , No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives Falmouth pm: except Sunday. 703 No. 7 loaves Falmouth 600 am; arrives Cincin-na7 $5 am; except Sunday, Train Notes No ,1 run's dally, except Sunday, tctween Lexington and Cincinnati. No. 11 runs Sunday only, makinK all Incal stops No a runs daily Cincinnati and Lsxitigton Note -- .Trains No. 6 and Falmouth Accommo-datuNo. 8 now depart from new 4th St Depot, on 4th below John st. Note -- Trains No and Falmouth Accommoda. 011 No. 7 arrive at new 4tli Si. Depot, on 4th below John si Nos 3 and 6 make connections at Winrhestei Sor points on the N, N. A-- M. V. Ky. IMPORTANT -- Trainsol this line now arrive at and denart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, hast and West. For full particulars address any agent ot the Co. W. L MUNSON '.Trav, Pass. A gt., Cincinnati. S. 1. II. MORSE, GcnT Pass'gT Agt.. ti 1 1 On theMaysville Hranch, No 9. leaves Pails at -5 37. P m, arriving at and 7 ,5, p ni, No. 10 leaves Maysville at 3 so a tn, arriving at Pans at No, 1 j leaves .Maysville at 130 and 7 40, a in. H.H. HUNTINGTON. Vlce-IW- t T. GOLD MEDAL , , IDOLKINGor SILVER MOON he Directory of this Hank is composed ot Poster, of Stanford; l'oreslus Reid, Lincoln county; J V. Ilayden, Stanford j S. II Haughman, Lincoln; M. J Miller, Ml. Vernon; S T Harris Lincoln; J. S. Mocker Stanford; G A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; W. G. Welch, Stanford W P. Tate, Stanford. 1 J.f,SUITniCO,:sr.tMi.LCl lu6,cJjayTjyjM,ilrcrltl. AN eorrT.or.ifn:.., , ST.IGJIS MO. GENERAL OFFICES' Chamberol Cojnmnrce lluilding. Cincinnati, Note- - .Tinnager. and benM O Double daily train service on Sundays between Cinclntmli and Lexington. FOR MEN ONLY. sppp.,.. a .. w. m w. mvn i b ma j.KTa.. w. ..u uf iD'jnr. aUaut, fleol. aiaRHOOII rallj IlKl.rfd. II. w I. ..tar., a.d ocrswstUa POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without ncr. mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the full, est extent of tho law. Signed; M C REYNOLDS. I. S. PIIII.I IPs OFFICERS: j.S. 5,5-- 1) Hocker, President; John J, McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier r ak.l.l.lr U.lllj TUISTHSMT-Bm.- SI. la a sar, rr.M to SlalM aa I .rtlsa .tatrlM. tTrll. Iksac, tba P.Krlplli. BmI, nplaaillo.ua prs.r. allr'iaM)mc, Ww CPir aVJSDICAl, CO.. BUFFk. O. N. Y. -- ?(!: ,tUaTSUiPIOKUi1PiUISOODT. .rJa(. IIOMH ita... h I- - y&Nkv ROHEHT HARNETT W P. (f RIMES. Mr., J f sV;5SStW' . IIRUCE j&Ltiun l&kjwgte' Is. Lj-j- ii MVX- - Jfc.tawtil. 'A& Jkt 1 -- JSsjtOaaaio) 11 Lli KtSVl tasw JjsaVftT Hajs v .t j& ,...-- . j W-- B. S . JtfcM-cJ- t tvjatty-..- .