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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891062601 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. H Semi-Wee- kl VOL. XIX. THE STATE S. S CONVENTION. lg. V I NT 1J1V1WI JOURNAL. DTno M STANFORD, KY., FR DAY. JUNE 20. 1891. I i I NO. 33 Barbourvillc, Knox llounly. AKfiitt to IttiiiK about this result, t!,nt "I am unrprised at nch perfect order thift institution not only presented to in a town where wh'mky in iold," Mid Yesterd ty w.w m. John's dav and (itorlous Mwt-InA Splendid GntltirlntJ nnd the fathers and id others in Israel hut t u h lejrate. who hal Iteen ttnihl tbat the " 1"U )!M0D" ' and heart, to the Min-da- y kiicIi towns Here a perfect bedlam of the chill-min- d ' -Hon. S. B. I)ih- Sundny 1 ) e meeting of the HUte N'boola of our Stale, and thnt the ice and disorder. "I havn't seen a Mason's I'rtiit Jars, tunii, u unviiit; me streets cieanc-tip was rumplcionnly ".I Convention IornV lay preceding tho ThunkigiviiiR drunken mall, beard a pintol shot or a an I the town otherwise improved. winy "Wit. The Clirta-ti.i- n day he Orpuana Home day. Tn loud or disagreeable remark." King Top jar.. The adoption or rejection of tl-. l.un h l.a' been hmidaomely dec 4. Be it larthcr reaolved, nine it is A lima waiter of good tilings from the 1 with mttlnwei and potted plant, the couaensu of the Christian mind and royal dinner spread by the ladles Wed-hea- rt new constitution seeing to be the princiFruit Jars, Sealing ple feature of street conversation lieto. tin -r Dm ikpfrririion of Mrs IVrmelift of this State, that the tratlic in al- - neaday was sent to this HBce with the Miss Wax, extra top and ltronn. h. i an iu list In th.t line, and t'(iliil1iiiiinra s heverairi. in Antithetic rniiinliiitenta of a committee renrewiiled inorninsr i:ila Tinsley left yesterday for a visit tosomoof her friends was an inspiring , al(, ,jwlriM.frf, in rliuion, morals and by Miss Cettie Thurmond. It was a Rubbers, Jelly Glassc-- . t.cxene (.resented in Stanford. Col. John Dish man went C. j un The letters " Welcomes. P. and their inonntr-.and power- - splendid spread and enough to snpplv Williaineburx u attend court there Mon1'ra-- s and Porcelain Kettle. worked In ovenrroen, and numerous ful enemy; and further, since we recop the force (or a week. After feeding per-nis- e day. the wall in Hi rii'turnl mottoea adorned n failure upon the, port of bapa 500 people the Udiea bad onoash thai Judge Tinsley, of this place, and rear and to the right and left of the pnl-pi- t. Christian people to make every woeaible for 300 morethere being litemily left David ti. Colson, of Middleeboro, d deft and ondeavor to rid themselves of thia uion- - many baskets full, kII of which showed tbat the merits and demerits of the been Inny in making strous evil and to inhibit it- - existence !'iv iiir bands bad There air a large number of preachers tii.iv innatlflitm, tl... ...... u,.M.. . t'.e sitrroundiiiits pleasant to theeyeand among them, i a voluntary concesaion present, quite a numlier of wiioin hare , . ' ' I nine to the invasion. Th cbnrrb to an avowal and .lanerou.ensmy, ,tional or State reputation. A tnous H niiK literally patked, chaira Mling erery .willing surrendrr to deaunction our them we note Elder. R. T. Mattbe, '" ,..-finer andlenoe dearest interests ; WU.. (...tl.-- r ain.vi w lr.t.ldnt tWMi nl W.tln,.,v. fitif. Pilt .-V. '. . . ""J "i"-- ' n... " i ... ............ . ... aw '.Me apace, and lUlMV,, ' h llMtllta. . ' Ik. )xen hard to find. mIm m ii'l have that our op,H,rtunitie. lor President Robert llraham. of Bible Col, . "1L" Day. "" 2.3 ( K. L. Powell, Lonia-- ., . .. . l'r .mptly at 7.:M, the Sunday School tliinn these primiplea and truths in the, ee, '7 WMiiif ' gait minds of the younc-t- he V Klder A. C. Hopkins, . Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousGeorge e uitHtet. ones upon ville, Wallace Tharp, Versailles, v ..a., f. ...h.... m.i.i.i v n.nuiu, rr ntflnnvi .HIV .... i t......... . HTiBara. .. .. , t ' ,. . . s r ranHiiui ii iiiiiuimiu. ..! tin -- njt service, and for half an hour am iirftitk su nmriirniiv nainiinii inr sirs nasi . g a psawis l....U .:.;...,..:..-U'!lll...Hii iai ) LOUIS VII.LK. KV. objections, hut maintained tbst -a good j... r - r i int Vdy reigned auprein. lie Is W. R. I.OC A7-J- , 1,0'd fPt it im-ausit contained ii-- i. s.,..i.i.-,-4...- nl -. n.er. W. ii.. singer and throws hla whole bodr and A. V. Jones, J. J. S.iliivi-n- . J. L. Mats', .,11, Clerks. of yoo.1 thina The majority '.A The address of wel-- i .K.. .....L:..-- ., I nM - .1 mlo the work. t .i M.UU. K. M Tinrfw. of P" was matte by tier. John Bell (ib-ikp- ii. ...t that th. M. 8. fcacher. do all in their .Mayslick, and "our own W. L. Williams. i..and will so ., .. i -- .i ;. . . ...... .lint. ' P0'1 to "" -.. -- .... and was a beautiful, pointed and power io nx .iw uie ininna una, .Hearts oi viu buv UKt,,t henrMflt utterance, which posaesaed the tneir papits tne cinty oi waging war up- - cuu ioowsih a im m uw ini-jiThe Times of Tueixlsy C. merit of brevity. President iurtl.-- r on this the common and hatefnl enemy. we bare omitted any it is not because j rightly remarks editorially, -rrfinr u C"tfi'3 ft. T?- -t s- "Every tax y.i equally as bappy in P Williams in wa i. IWlievinv that the time has come we didn't try harl to get every name: payer in Kentucky ia interested in the and after another song by for the enlargement of our work by bus j U. I Wharton, Lexington; R. C. Hajrer '. Kponse, development of the mineral and timlK-- r 1'.;..- - Hopkins and Hroaddns, Kid. K. L. "&L.O l hsndmft our time sud means and by rn-- j tnen, Richmond; Charles Iute Loos, resource i .. of the mountain regiocs. II deli vered an address on "Ood'a derina it Doibl for the attendance of a Lexinstou; W. 1 WHliama and wife, n V 'A. f.iv. r ' " a .WSr s Has the largest and The larger uutnber opon our annual meet-- j J. B. skinner and wife; Ocorge Dareie, Counties thnt are now pnnper.' if de-- hIb of Teaching His Will." M jifscwTrsfinAvy nitttr 'a C4 ? wy veloped, would pay into the ?taW treashi . ii. lid yonn orator was in fine voice inta, belt resoive.l,tbat this convention, Frankfort; Mrs. W. A. Arnold, Mrs. J. :jtjM&jnCK3k3iif' "Sr JBTr fitiz MOST COMPLETE STOCK ury revenues greatly in excess of what p .ui.i Kpirits, and in a very eloouent appoint a committee of three, whose tin- - J. Walker, Mrs. Dr. Grant, Oeo. Oogar, they dr w from it. There is a wideov . .! of half an hour, increased his ty it shall lie to confer wrtli a similar Mrs. R. B. King, Miss Mamie Anderson, r -I V IT 1 TZ. spread belief that the adoption of the tf llnishel scholar and committee appointed by the State Mia- - Miss Hattie Marrs, II B. Robinson, Uar- nation as A new constitution would put au end to . President Williamson at its adinarv h,m witli rifii'nHt to r.ird: Mim Marv Robinson. Mrs. F. Kill- - the building wa --z of railroads, the opening of "v ' Tv, ever shown in Stanford at prices annoiinetlthefollowingcominitt-ea,,,,,.,,,- .! . T. f. Sanders, R. A. BOre , Lnnisrille-lDe twoytote S3 wL.lj .um o l- -' mines nnd th constructing of furnaces -.- tn- - tienetttction was prononntwti i as low as the lowest. 'f IriB,i., k. nidni.niu simwRT. Hroaddns. Uarrard: M. C in Etstern Kentucky, and thnt is why 1 i I. I. Kendrick. in the State, O rounds for days immediately pre- -' (tarrison, Newport; Miss Mary Webb, the mountains Remember th it I have one of the best watch-maker- s are going to plank down W i d new lay morning the Convention . ceding the Lexiucton Assembly session, Mias Besnie Webb, Danville; A. 0. Hopin Watch or Jewelry Repairing. who can do anything . Don't have to . a heavy majority against it." a uilk ,. , me vntr i A large. Iinrrewtte Im ILa wuu.. ivl ..i w,.t. n,Mtlnu. i kliu. nnrf. W. J. Loos. Lotltavt e. The News, of this city, and the send jobs to the city. Kngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old . -- was opensn That wpiea of these resolutions ba P. II. MctiuiJey, Mcholaaville; J. T. Mountain Kcbo, of London, each ... which Bro. Hopkins alwaya makes gold and stiver taken it market price. Your trade and work is solic- (ritohw, kj irnuom JorgMAt and the fherrard, Pari, Mra. U. K. Hggerman, last week, an editorial headed I. ..l.lful. and then the annual reports I guarantee satisfaction. Mrs. W. R Howard, Oakland; James T. A. R. PKXffY. ic A tott lh "A Campaign Lie Xaile.l," denying the ted and w.r.- - read. The executive committee I sTjmWWsd. Barbee, Glasgow; p. a. Daniel, Lonis fact that at the late senatorial conven. I ,.H,rted that it had Rev. A. C. Hopkins j . Mfif FEE A. C. SINE 8 KMIWM1t C. C. ville: I. W. Metiarvey, Jr., Flemings. tion of the 33rd senatorial disttiet he'd ,... tl... field as an evangelist the wholen-- o. I .- -. (J Miss Uda M. Fisher, Carlisle, Ky.; Mrs. Combs. T .. k - II at Whitesburg, the committee on reso! aIII ?..!. ... ,' Y xeni n.l w. . uroauiiuns uii i The committee on nomination of of- - J. H. Crigler. tilaagow; Mias Sue Smith, lutions recommended the rejection of the Qlaa-gothe foruriflcvre wported of at yearly fo(ow For preel- - Louisville: D. Ii. Carr and wife, proposed new constitution, stating that r . . Hie lhi ior me ibht. l Milton Klliott and Mias Minnie lCld. C. P. Williauuwn, of Kicb- v"l it nd atu. lowest prices in central Ktrtrt-kj-? the secretary of the convention hud .. .1. ..I l.la ut.,ii in .but, . w e flWU " 1I'MMIV IKIIiailHS e:mi (i. U. Bersot, J. T. Kirki!le; R. T. Matthews, mond ; written each of the papers a letit imeisunt. A good many pledgw i of Islington ; SASH, P. M. Uuncan, Hawkins, C. L Powell, Ben . Weber, ter to the effect that no such resolution IA. 3IE21311. if they had three not been met, Lucas, Mayaville; W. of Coviugton; assisUnt, J. M. Rash, of Louisville; V. had been adopted. Now it is a fact that r t'lueliats might have been kept in the j Winchester, and B. S. Weller, Jr., treas A. Morrison. W. A. Uibson. Isli55LIMZ5S, Ha&INGLES. i the enure time. Mr. - Hopkins urer. Tnese were ine out onicers ana ngton; W. J. Williams, Csmpbellsville; no such resolution was adopted, but it is . .. I .: not n fact that (ho resolution was not Wrandah and St.iirwork at cit prices. ... very asrn..m -, J. B. Jones. Carlisle; W. K. Broaddus, proposed and offered to reelected by acclamation f the convention tu .11...... Tk 'WSPwJG on future work recom- Antiocb; W. M. Jonea, Hno; 0. M. and would have carried unanimously reported that he bad j The committee I. n Weller, Jr., s Hughes, Brysntn ille; Mrs. I. F.Steele, We c.trrv a full .sttvk uf everything found in a mended the employment of two evauge-listhad it not been for the timely appearduring the year $2..mii and ' Hustonville; Mrs. Anna J. U'Mara, at least, and three if possible. -ance of the party's nominee, euator A. S2,:t.'U.li, leaving a balance of Miss Kate Foley, lndianaiKli; $300 sePledges were taken and about H. Shwort, who ndviseil them that it t 7 : n in his hands. Kxamine our designs and Miecificatii.r.s before letting emed in addition to the 11,000 promised MIm I.iuie Hunn, Hustonville; J. W. would be wise to leave out that portion I: ports on district work were given 11. Bakor, & MKVKi'KK Stanf-.MM; Ky. . Masters, Rrodbeal: J. or building. last night. of their resolutions stating that it i.v J A. Heav, W. H. Willia, J. M. Rash, Mrs. Xoratioodknlght, Stanford; Au address by Klder P. U. McGuffy not practicable to either reject or inand J. T. W a. Morrison, W.J. I oa "Our Work and its Reward" follow, . II. Combs, Shelby ville; W. T. Don- dorse the measure but leave the people ii.tr1 ee. ed, and iu the absence of Mr. Lowe, aldson, Middl.fl'oro; J. M. Downing. to vote aa they choosed. At il::tu Kid. J. M. Downing spoke on Mr. Morton, the missionary, addressed West Libert ; W. C. Tharp, Versailleh; 1 i.'.-rKentucky Work and his Let the People Uaderatnnil All This! the luretinc on the customs and peculi- W. ti. Conley. Lt xington; T. Iluffakei. UrUcrln were received with much ealhn-H.m- i.i Wh.n, on the 4th day of March, '.. arities of India. Adjourned for dinner. Woodbine: J. S. Kendrick, Winchester; good, ea thev were replete with ?! !tfi t.AM nl.lA.lMd MMAtt.A.. lHI,tuAlta Stephen Collier, ttitm Sulphur; Win. T. democratic admiuistratiou handed over .. MMUHIVI lll- lvw.rvwi. b ir.! xenaeand irresistible humor. Wataon, Garrard; C. l W illiamsou, jt8 Ml.n.,l trust to a republican ndmiuis V'. r &. 4fe aVEss3biL3L Pr1"'' ne. invention resumed work at ... ...tnlllMAM a ...n.i- . WA taken ", . . . '"IllllWIVH R BMW wsnaa , UV ilCHDU'; 111. ; o , wi'i, urvmni7 un ihiiiv Bcrvu-- iu Uicl.iuoud; J. lt. Uwsxley, Bnrksvllle; tralinn lliaar tavast 111 tlia liaLitri kl rliu ifcwarni 5iVn , 1 i. iu. . &AiiZimxL nn. r, which wss served br United Stales, a cash surplus, above u VAV A'kiiSS-llS'3.'SrJiCS Christian Kndeavor movemeut, with J. A. Seay, Wiilisbiirt; J. M. Kaab.Win-cheateAnd snch a, the ler store-room- . Covington, liabilities, amounting to something like in tl.t-M- i 1'. H. Duncan, Mr. H. C. rarris in the chair. Mr Sr- 8ttrRerairinsT neatly and prompt- It would hare done credit to, lxmisville; liobert $1:10,000,000. m- - Mini : HirHrt, nii iiifwfi, it J. H. Carpenter, (..Ir or any set. and the gowl aie- itn M.J.B Jonea, the next n the pro-vh- o Graham. lanilU-- ; C. C. CHne, Harttxls-burn- ; Our national income was then, and . prepared it deserve (iibaon, Manlord; W. ban ii "IVorlt John to be since, moie tbati ' .f ,k. e.- ".".. ......, ... i BroadhurKt,K.!l rI..Ul... M.ur imiim inr jir.in" Cincinnati; W. S. Hice, a 11,000,000 n day far in excess of the 1 will take "M ::"U or silver in eNclunc:e lor jjooris. i.. (Stanford, Ky.) ..!.,. i.l... i r. i any thing p v l.i.i. h are never exce lletl in oiiently urged that those localities which i A nuusU; Miss Louis fleaxley, iUuifort; needs of a government economical I v nd attempt. tli ... had not formetl a society do so at once. .Mias PnsciUa Hroau. Hustonville; Lteo. niiniftered. Tbat excess was savAai sflaiaut eatl .lia.Hiun t 1illnv liiiApna ftufsila (arirn M Pi'itnlis. Uov.an, hniinence; ilillard W est, lin-- , robberr of the people. . . ) .ii bjr U10 rraiiMt of niAuy of theuele and others pave interesting tslks on the caster; Miss Jennie Johautgen, Midway; dnatnrlay lat the republics now. jouii k ii. s wno uiwne.i 10 near same subject, and after some further Misa Florence Wilson, K. W. Klliott, ministration, alter Iwinc in uower two .'luia Drown speak and nearly all of business the body adjourned till 7:.'f0. ".lltJBSCL Kobeiteon; .1. M. auders, Huckoye; It. years and three months, wa.- forced to. thrni went. Alter the song service, lCld. was to close last night 11. lillett, Ixiugton; F. M. Tinder, Jla.w confess in its ollicial statement that there! The convention I. W. Mcltarvcy, .It , dolivered au emiV i? by President C. I loos lick; f F. Hubble and wife, Lancaster. wa a dencitiu the treasury of S7S7.108. on ilethods of with an addreas nently practical address , Nor loes this represent the absolute on Children and Missions, and the repu-HUBBLE. Sunday Schopl Instruction, nnd 1. M. shortage, for it does not take into ac billon of the speaker assured lioth a Tin-ler- , of Mayslick, follow wl with Min) j dUettiwioii and n lare audience. Wheat hat vest w about over and Is count the $50,000,000 of fom ami-half T't'na Phnavo , s In- - j foamed 1 ch-w.execllont remarks on Tim Tcni-ho- r l a'Pimitoo average crop. The Gypsies that howls due on September 1, nor the! " L COXVItKTIONAMTIItS. au Bi- iluinca. l'residonl (mham, of the J(A lltS; PLcldcS, PreSOl'UeS Wo wish they would havo ono vory camped on the river hero for several heavy pension claims due in duly, nor a ' hie Colleue, also gave, an interostiuK talk month. days left Tuesday without having a sin- vast amount of other claims staved oh". Woodenware, Jars, Qiicensware, l.n-an- d as did Kid. W. II. Morton, who had jt-- t ,i Lamps, Glass-an- d I jmca'.er sunt over a largo delegation, gle horse swap. David Walker ha re- fm... ...nnti. to mnnti. hv ,.mtet sojourn in Infrom njfl-yenreturnod Jelly Glasses, &c. w here he has pretense. including an exfuoilintly handsome lot turnod from Ixniisville, dia an a mlaslonnry. After homo an of vonui; ladies, tliirranl eouutv soldoin Mich deficits were never bofoie know n for !een attending a commorcial nouucemunls by the pretiiJcut. lild. W. doee things by huivvs. months. Mrs. Stroud, of Pulas- to our federal tieasury since tho governseveral L. Williiuiis at 5 o'clock pronounced the Wo vere delighted to again take by ki, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank ment of the L'nitwi States was created benediction. i the hand UVvs. C. 1. Willianisoit and Hignoy. Miss Hattie Kobinson was able by the adoption of the existing consti After nous: service at niubt by Kid. I 1 .miitu Mil fiu rPlnrik a via tmf . . A ro get out to preaching Sunday for the tution. And now it occurs not only in llopkius impromptu choir which gavo ; few more tlrst time in ulout four months. The time of profound peace, but at a time ...vwheru and but -some cxcullcnt iiiusic, Kid. f. S. Lucas, rTHFV BltEEI) ON. niVY IlKl.ED ON eloquent epoiuideis of the gospel. lodge here ha? been very small for some when wo have been free from war for a of MayHville, hpoke long and uarneatly Among the distinguished lay dulegnte.s time, though wo are expecting a boom quarter of a century. on "Chribt's Ministry to Childrun," What caused it ? What ia the explantiro .Judge H. K. Carr, of the Glasgow when harvest is over and the beef club which was evidently enjoy ed as frequunt KejUtered a Boh t.ink. I nail 31'. distiict. Ho and hia wife are guests of begins. We are glad to leant that our ation ? The answer to both queries is to ...11.:. "' "'.1... II.. ...an nppmuu giumou great !) "" ""a Mr. J. N. Mct.efee. Mra. Carr was Mi?s friend, Hub Farris, has taken to himself) bo found in the wanton extravagance of S.ro'J KrKllhArthur 1DthnoHt 6. ir f 1 Nuiw.-o- j 16 10 anil 11U. WsdirewnoJ iKk. o pretty sovere on the lWiytcr.ans Jolllue L.n luuu,or pnielJtb HS(H, to a nice wife. We wish him success nil the billion dollar congress, which shlllg ' in 1 jo litt aad tre 01" 35 daughters the danit of ;i in j iui. or twice, but every thing goe, on such j ,. vo ,n tha Standard Kulc 6. through life. The coloied folks here the people's money mound as if the and no one took offense. Sired l.y Sultiin onionssong service yesterday ii.or.nng iAIr. P. . um,,n, of Coviugton, the will have a grand exhibition and supper people did not havo to earn it by the Kirat tlnm IlelU Kinknad Sv Contractor U. Sire of SUmboul a 11. 1313, Record a a4. liaV. Alter U.coinilu)lhuillJJ 8,,rolarv, ,8 eiIiphntiral. Siittii-dume of Or Wrt a I7. Contractor win ir:U y Sweetheart a 11)$ and Kulva io.'. Alcaicr ninht for tho benctit of their sweat of their brows aj in a.jo ltt and stundtire la Orang Otrl a jo, by II tinble- the various committees reported. ' 1 And what will be the outcome? Do Aiax. lull broth rtractor dam Udv (IoJh by nt A ... an t... I ib the right man in the right place. Wo school. I'eople here aro divided on the . Con 10 lr.t.ljm I.adv Ounton by Georse 'iltri ra. harp, chairman, Bnb- olun- a lace K,v ri a Hnmblfttinlan brothr to (or oBji Q colored vote is as n not be frightened. Tho people of the HrfAn! Sentinel. Ajax15I, full7 In a jo Iwt. constitution. The Guy Wilkei record aa, tire Marry Wilkes 3 aired tier and , nutted the following : a is4, W.lsou a it)' 1, bo ? 1 17H and 69 in j jo lot. M United States will go down into their Title for the new. Second dam Joint, record 1 xa1, by Night Hawk Your coiiiintttee on resolutions h(g cliostor, his excellent nsHistnnt. pockets a d pay for tho bills so wantonly ' Secd dun full lMr to D. Monroe iWj, b)' 514, tire of ItedCrot a i, Jlinnie Warrenu artf to submit the following : ' The I'aris ice factory is now in oper- incurred. They will keep the faith. Jim Monroe jj. wreof I.ady18'Monroe m a Kty and the dauu ol Kd Annan a 16' (. Gentry 3 aj. " "u . There lire not so many lires- , and 14 30 Int. a aiii, Tccumneh a it Ac. llate a 19, Mourou Chief a making tW tons per day. Au elecItrooi.vEii.T hat the sincere thanks of expected and provided for, but ation, Third dam by Vermont Hero 141, aire of Lady .. . ',... , plant will They will meet the issue, even though Jim Monroe by Atcnaudcr t AlnUllah 15. ,i. a "' ""or, ""? a Fancy & Family Groceries i ntt -- -. Mx-ift- ' dls-ufee- and, i ,.. S m, ..l ..... J mwF-- r, Ilnton. .- r "rf....- - 1L. .."'..L t:i j ... ,,,,.'' .ma... n. "K-asur-e JJ" V 1 T? TP t- T'ZX "e 1 ' ,p. "! UIHI.tMil.RMI)lH., THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AXD IMPROVED. Tim WIiLIiAllB9 Klcs Per e, """""' Nlanaser. - . t' ....it.... KioOld Reliable Jeweler ll in the Lead. -- Skir .. WiiSt; ii. k M. Fenny i r.. CSX H f k.-r- (niutit i Valclis asjl Jewelry ,.:,.. i cniM. ' .e--i yzw .- J inn " ",... ( . .i.. -- .--- I , oou-taine- clW j & i. ,..,t i li.. ..!.. e. TQ K- iiki AlOr VCJIIXJX. sl T t.-.- Kl-liot- t, Tle'.'s .umber Yard, ....... FLOORING, CEILING, ASTO i t, .v 1 . LATH, iOORS, SimXG, , 1 h. WOVJ3K S1AT PE3STOB. co-.trac- r.ied g; FIHST ciiLSS LUJVIBJEXl YARD, Lux-ingt't- n; I nij j re-ni'- rks xmzxr 5SN& f$fr P0BT. FETSESL, okb 1 -- j J y t.'irvr l-v- . . mwm -- il. v r; I i""l mm, mmm tt-r- s rir, .,,,, I , i I WrPr ia i.i;. All Wfirranted. Iijiic Watches Specialty. 1 l "iGotoA.A.WABREFS i - FOl' '-- (JaniieCl GROCERY'' eg8taDi8S TOlbS, Meats, sin7 aild -- J n..,,7 Ljjbco, cu" ,,7o 3-.130 I (Hid icoo, ji, v,cww, r Lincoln $ Stock " 0 Farm, McKINNKV, KEXTrCKY. j BELMONT CHIEF 8688. 1 . . ti i, , tric light and in quantity ta made up soon be in operation in connection with ...v.. j peopiu 01 ou.i.i.M... It is the general lumark that it. !....,, tif.il nillnrlnliiiKn.it "' ,l,1,""J ..... ....... IIQSPIUIUIU illiu un"". n liniidsoiuer set of ladies and gentlemen Ai..c In tlila f.ntiinnttnti h 2. That this convention heartily ap inj, it by the' If tho delegates are half as much predate the favors exnded When Baby was sick, wo gaio her Castorla. railroads in granting reduced .lighted with our people as they are with When she was a Child, she cried for Castorli. them," n mutual admiration society can When she Iwcamo Miss, sho clung to Castoria. ratea to its delegates, 3. Recognizing it to bo tho Church be formed at once. The whole meeting When she had Chlljrea, she cava them Castorla. e of Chri6t to savo children nnd thnt has been greatly enjoyed and not an Widows and Orphans Homo pleasant incident has marred its prog-i- s Diviuely approved ress. one of the .. ... ll m"I .!.. 1 l'tiSlaekinK ..J i..i .... ;;L ... itB9 :... ..11. ta beer-bottlin- g ' al M 3 30 and Gen. Knu, ire of Lady Maud a iSJ.. Calmors a 10W and 17 in a 30 Int. tinged with blood. There will be no Third dam by I)uvall' Mamuniio, sou of Whip, l'r hate ktalhuu and I trouble, IlELMONT CIIIKF la ruhbay in color, was foaled iniSSj; he stand full 16 hamli hh ; ., n,n and .i vxira routcuiur ucycmiiinsiii, .ii". p". .C""", imBut , ... liy', there will be put into: is smL.V,vr. line nor. mooin luincu w.nn r.ui,. ,hin.i.wa.iai merit oi this itaiiim - with hi high breeding Hit oidett coits ' Vb, pow er a party that can manage our na-- 1 i.tiand acuon i fully up w and m ktemutional nil'uirs with judicious economy, mi's, Vat v. enttniU better than a jola.t year. I will' pa J, 00 to the breeder of Ike fi"t 3 ...... tti . !.. ht lulk btdn ourneii liv tnn i mi 1.. 11 I It Will 00 mo people S party. miney call '"'lmoNT far .iiira will make the .ea.ou of ,8.,, at my PUce near McK.nney at CHIKF it the democratic party. Cincinnati Knwith Return Privilege. SCO to Insuro or quirer. the sweat on the laborer's brow be! ny," 1 t A 4 -- S30 tho Season, tm-th- The Ohio democratic convention will be held July 14 and 15 at Cleveland. Mare kept on good grass at $ per nut.t! ; owners J. P. CROW, Proprietor. i.. MeeAf rik. rfiMKMeMM ? WiT ,!, PWR' JM II ru Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal1 governor, ' the republican eamliilnto for is in a hole niil a very deep oue at that. Shortly br'ore his tiomiiiii-- I Wood, W. F WALTON. Jl'NB 26. 1S91 Stanford, Ky., AnOlner ticaiuy oi ink new ouiibiutmuu. ;'ec. 253 of the rigmarole, styled the V t i ill n m M ? &t. j l'L'4 ' 1 1 u H ;i . r r i i i ui hit . ; new constitution, provides that. "All waceearner? in this State employed " niinpa fnciorips. , , orbv corno- . u....., rations shall he paid for their labor in lawful money." TI.5- - IIHJUIIM .1... llll.-x-lllrib .....i. illlH of laborers mut bo paid not in values but in the representative of values, not in barter, nor in provisions, nor in other necessanor in house-ren- t, ries, even if they should prefer it, but onlv in what the government may desig nate as "lawful money." It is aimed, notoriously, nt what is known ns the "check" system employed only at the few coal mines in Kentucky, an ince nious, fair and admirable system by which the miner's daily accounts are accurately kept, by which he is enabled to get what he needs as ht needs it, and to receive at the end of each month the balance due him in money. A foolish measure identical with this was piessed at the last session of the legislature, but to the gratification of all (sensible persons was beaten. It was beaten simply because it was radically undemocratic. It was State paternalism in its worst form, and it was besides a which vicious piece of would not benefit but injure the proposed heneliciaries. Why indeed should a wage earner be singled out and told that he may not contract for himself like a freeman as to how and in what he shall be paid, that he nmy not agree to take in lieu of money, even if he so prefers, such articles of necessity or comfort as must at last be paid for in money ? Why io lie prohibited fio.n takiug in payment of his labor a part of the product of that labor as is done to the satisfaction ot emA mono the prominent republicans ployer and employe in so many of the co operative concerns of the country ? who are speaking and working apninst Why in short should the wage earner, the new constitution are lions. Walter rather than another, be treated by the Kvans. John H. Wilson, W. II. Wads-wort(Jen. K H. H orison, Judge John State like a child in swaddling clothes, M. Burns, Judge J. H. Tmslcv, Judge incapable of takiug care of himself? But the reader will observe that this Bobt. Boyd, Col. A. II, Clark, Senntor .1. " section does not apply even to all II. Lunsford and Hon. H. V. Finley. only to those "employed but Hon. John a. Bhia, Col. Walter in mines, factories, workshops or by Kentucky is mainly an agri- Kvans, John M. Atheitouand othors are new consticultural and fctock raising State, and making speeches against the part tution and showing up the absurdities these classes comprise but a small of statutes called by mistake of our laboring people. There is the of that code , the house the organic law. Can't we have Mr. Bheo blacksmith, the distinguished gentlemen carpenter, the painter, the tailor, the or the bther election '.' house servant, the seamstress, the pri- here before the salesvate school teacher, the clerk and Tub Louisville Critic claims to have man, and, more numeious than all, the information that the members of both These people are certaincourts of appeal are for the new constily as deserving as the miner or the, rail- tution, but it is no straight. Two of the road employe, they are individually judges at least are pronounced in oppod more helpless and liable to be sition to the rigmarole. because they belong to no powerful labor organizations, and if any ditNEWSY NOTES. permitted in the elimination is to be Prof. George M. Mowbray, widely laws these surely should get the advanno. All these worthy knownas the inventorof tage of it. But Mass. and indispensable classes ot our people, died at North Adams, Senator Cnlloni, of Illinois, admits the thousands of industrious mechanics, himself a candidate for the republican the thousands of sweating plow-mewomen who pres dential nomination in 1VJ- -. the thousands of delicate 0 Middlesboro is to have a new feed their children by the needle or light plant. The old buildelectric may be paid in chips the larger one whetstones, or in curses, for aught ing will be torn away and a and put in its place. the constitution makers seemed to care, A car on Itichmond, Nicholasville, if only the miner, the brakesman and notoriously the best Irvine & Beattyville railroad jumped the the factory hand, killing four and and most "promptly paid laborers in the track near Richmond, wounding six negroes. State, shall get their pay, whether they S. B. Krwin. the deposed president want it or not, in "lawful money. of the Kentucky Farmers' Alliance, an-- 1 Hpw did it happen that this precious nounces his acceptance of the gubernabitoi mere legislation and wondrous rig- torial nomination at the hands of the at that got into this marole? How conies it that a proposi- people's party. A run on the Florence, Ala., Nation, which has already been spurned by tional Bank closed the doors of that inthe people through their representatives The assets and liabilities are in the legislature, and which would be stitution. uot given, but it is said that depositors ordridiculous and disgraceful on the nance book of a mining village, iinds will be paid in full Sax's Savings Bank, one of the most lodgment in the organic law of a great popular financial institutions in the State ? It was put there simply, and South, suspended payment at Nashville. too, as a trap for votes, as a sa.d The liabilities are $000,000; for suckers. The mechanics and the bait together into to be about the same. farm hands are not banded It is said that there hns been anothsocieties, the sewing girls er outbreak among the Chine-- e of the don't vote, but the miners, the engineers, Canton district, who have murdered the brakesmen and the like all belong to more missionaries. Four of the assasthe great labor confederations and act as sins have been executed. a unit on all matters allecting them. Convicts made a break for liberty at The LAiioK unions wkhb to he uclled the Cole City, Ga., convict mining AND WOK. camn. One was killed and three others It is comforting to learn, however, as mortally wounded, and two prison we do daily from their meetings, that guards and the foreman weie killed. and hard handed sons these At the 10th annual Convention of in the least, of toil are not and are in fact as strongly opposed to the Pennsylvania I'ndei takers, Mrs. Moore, who has been in the business 10 the adoption of the rigmarole, as "bloated bond- years, was elected an honorary member. aristocrats" and holders" are, by some silly persons, sup- She has buried in her time 5,;;S bodies. The United States Savings Bank, posed to bo which failed several months ago at A Kentucky girl employed in the cenKan., will reopen its doors July 1. sus odice at Washington has been fired All depositors will be paid in full, and because she remarked when Sherman the bank will start again with a died that the devil had at last gotten his surplus. own. The young lady's parents were W. W. Anderson and Lacy Roberts, among the sutlerers of Shermau's inarch for the Inst two weeks on trial at Benton, to the sea, and since then she has never Marshall county, for murder, have been had any love for the commander of that convicted. The punishment of the forfamous raid. The remark was rather an mer is fixed at death and llohorts goes to unbecoming one, hut it Beems fully as prison for life. much out of place for this great governA coroner's jury has found that the ment to take cognizance of a careless re- recent wreck on the Illinois Central railmark of a thoughtless girl. road, near New Orleans, in which six by the negJohn Draddy will not represent men were killed, was causedleaving the Mike ligence of an employe in Newport in the next; legislature. switch open. The switchman is held easy. llogan did him up, just as for manslaughter, and the conductor as The Iowa democrats have an accessory. Goy. Boiea. T 1 work-shori - olas-se- class-legislatio- n tion for governor ami before Col. Urad-- I ley hml told him the republican eonven tion would endorse, the new constitution, repoiter: he said to a Courier-Journa- l "I'll tell vou what it it?, the new eonsii fn,,1,ll1tl. .1 A...! IS IIIilJM.Wlto lllllUII !.. lilt," IIIVBk ...i'.ititMia . w.....i. any set of men have ever at tion which tempted to foist on mi innocent public .?.., In oti.irx. tin. Inlli !imltllt it. h am n ,ai, 0f . my word, and when t ..... ...;... .i .. t :.... SUV Llllll .mi "..i, illll KMIIK 111 I1U il .i.t.... . ", T,ljs WBfl mM in the pre.n.e it. Agent of Col. P. K. Collier mid C. J. Walton, who have refused to Iks interviewed as to the correctness of the statement and tied in dismay. The Times sent a reporter to Kusellvilie to see whitt Col. Wood had to say regarding it, and ho after saying that he had been "damnably lied about by the pa pers," virtually admitted that at the time he made the remark he had not read the instrument and seen that lovely oMsn clause by which "all mistakes" and defects are to remedied. The reporter also pumped out of the soiner-saulithat he know absolutely nothing about the new constitution, and was advocating it simply because Col. Bradley, who is one of the most astute of politician?, had ha I the republican convention endorse the thing, not on account of any merit it possesses, but as a vote catching device, the democrats having ignored it in their convention. The incident is but another illustration of the utter unreliability and unfitness of Brer Wood to represent anything but the party of shams and pretenses. His candidacy might be regarded as an insult to Kentucky intelligence, if it were looked at in any other way than that of a joke, and the candidate in nny other light than as of "a political clown, desirous only of securing the approval of the ringmaster and the applause of the colored benches", as the Times very aptly d escribes him. . 1 st NOW IS YOUR TIME To buy. The Louisville Rove, Kind, have, io sell our goads under any consideration. We don't want to give you a, long Unit what we can. do and wnat we will. do. head the following )iriees and liey will talk for themselves. Any JO yards of Calico in Ihe house, Indigo Blue, Simpson's Pluck and all. other brands J,)C. 10 yards of Plaid, and Cheeked. Worsteds SI. worth. $J. 50. Apron. Gingh(tms JT l- )er yard, luaeli. Lawns, Lace to ic per yard. JJress itWQiains J-Jc !0 J-- always in the li ad, leads this lime, loo. II r are v HON. JOHN YOUNG BROWN Au- Magnificently Adtlress.es a Magnificent h, "wage-earners,- stone-mason- farm-labor- er. over-leache- ni.ro-glycerin- e, n, $25,-00- type-write- r, u class-legislatio- n , oath-boun- d i clear-sighte- d hood-winke- d "kid-glov- ed To-pek- a, hand-som- e dience. It is safe to say that never in the history of Lincoln county did a more splendid audience greet any political speaker than gathered here Wednesday to hear of Kentucky discuss the next gove-nthe great questions of the day. And the It speech was worthy of the audience f was a mot eloquent and earnest the republican party, which h asserted is responsible for every bad law upon the national statute books, there being no time in the last :W years when the democratic party could make a law the hi&torj o' or repeal one. He his own party, spoke of itagrand achieve ments and showed how the country had prosified as no other country ever did under its control of fiO years. Contrasting the honest and patriotic administration G rover Cleveland with the republican administrations, the mention of the name brought forth storms of applauae, which plainly showed now Lincoln stands towards the great Uritl reformer, "lam not with him on the silver question," said Mr. Brown, "but I love Orover Cleveland for his honesty of purpose and his courage of convictions." The speaker then told of the surroptitioua manner in which the republicans had practically demonetized silver and duced its purchasing power nearly 33 per cent. On the tariff Mr. Brown was eapecially clear and foicibie, making the point that the tariff is a Us which the iwople imy so plain that a child could not mistake it All the legislation in the last :W yoars had been in the interest of the few at the expense of the many. The manufacturer, the railroads, the bunks, had all had the war tax lifted from them, but the farmer and the laboring class which constitute 01,000,000 of our population still groin under war taxes, which the McKinley bill increased 00 pur cent. The enormity of the penaiou business was shown ami the reckless appropriations in that line discussed. They now amount to i:lo,0 0,000 a year, and he is told that by next year it will require $200,000,000 to pay this grand army of pensioners, many of whom suffered only a bad cold while in the army, lie was for the government taking care of every soldier whose condition required it, but he was heartily opposed to this practical wholesale attempt to bribe the soldier vote. The force bill, the usurpation of Heed and the other iniquities and enormities of the republican party were depicted with the hand of a master artist, and in his eloquent manner the story became almost as new. Keverting to State allairs, .Mr. Brown said his friend Wood, the republican candidate for governor, was trying to crack again Bill Bradley's old chestnut, the Tate defalcation, but he made a poor out of it. A considerable portion of the stolen by Tate had been recovand Attorney General Hardin had ered authorized the speaker to say that the last farthing would be collected. He did not wish even to appear to excuse Tatei i... i... (I, nni. lit ttmt reference to his . wUh ,ja(1 ract, (lom tj,e ruJ). resentative of the party whoso ollicers have stolen millions upon millions from the people. The administration of Gov. Buckner was commended in the highest terms, and no republican, however reckless in his statements, would dare assert that it had been characterized other than by honesty and faithfulness to the people. Mr. Brown closed his magnificent effort with a stirring appeal to the dem- ocracy and especially to the young men to study the principles ot the party which demands equal rights for all and exclusive privileges for none, and cast their first vote with it. He had done so ;H yeais ago and since then had never scratched a democratic ticket. The audience which packed the and included many ladies, gave the speaker the closest attention and frequently applauded his splendid utterances. It was a speech that we would like to print in full in letters of silver and pictures of gold and put in the hands of every voter, not only in Kentucky, but in this great and glorious union. or stripe, cS per yard. Ladies' Slipp(rs (tic. Ladies' Patent Leather Slippers, yellow top, tide. Ladies' Shoes Socts. up. Gents' Shoes V.lc, up. Gents' Black Saline. Skirls l()c. Lous' Shirt Vests .30c. Gents' Outing Cloth. Shirts () cents. Also special bargains in Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing, Carpets, Straw flatting, Ladies', Gents' and Children's Hats. oc ! To give our patrons a special induct ments ire offer to g'rc away customer who buys CJO's worth GIVEN AWAY". F8ftlE io each arrang-inento- ME i ROCKING CHAIR. It is not necessary to buy this S Jo's worth at one time. Come and 'Jit your book. Bring your liggs, Feathers, Gengscng, etc. to THE LOUISVILLE UdAaanj.ua STORE 'U Main Street, Stanford, Ky, count v democrat, came up with Mr. Brown and lintened to his great apevcli At the conclusion of the speech nearly eveiy man nd many ladiea preened forward to shake hands with the mi! governor of Kentucky. I'ncle Ixrui Roeell was ther and drank in every word of eloquence th. fell from tha speaker's lip, 'fhere anno rliea on Uncle Iewis' democracy. "1 am ajrainst women voting," mid a lovely and enthusiastic young lady, "but to I would give anything reasonable lie able to vote this one time for Mr. Brown." It makes a democrat feel good all ovi-to hear such a man as Mr. Brown extoll ivd merits. The wonder grows with us how anybody can be aiiyihtnc el1 but a democrat. "Will those young ladies ovor there please not talk ijcitk so loud?" said Mr. Brown by way of rebuke to a lot of thoughtless young people, who were more interested in their own talk than that of tli Mr. Brown made no reference to the now constitution i:i his speech, though ho told a reKrter that he would likely in his Falmouth state Ids position speech. The constitution people claim him on their side, but he tolls us that lie had never intimated to a living soul how he stands on the question, which he does not propose to dUcuss further than to state his own position. r srn-nke- r. to-da- y A. VKItANSKY, Proprietor. DIAXKS AND GAHXIIICI., Managers. : 7 5 y ASK H-- & S a H.t SSI ' i. MKI.ellMNSUCUtta4tJa riiuv. tniTt cpiw.vc .vtunpiar ' I . a r. .VV r r,S a ni t. Vb. vci f r 9 ifl! El 1 !T f& X i Uf-1YI ' - a i5 B : nUKuEdba. ' i . 1. vX -- A" im 1 Wi.iiiit li. I IV l.n . . i. i i tt rtn.it Mjftf. n .skii.iir !'.tin ',i'. Junl, Hji I'm. Mi , : n Our Nittle cur.M ,tv Iwl of Mnnd mar, for whi h t ), tnrh-t- i nttrrvil tv M. i .t QUINN'S i nrn .a hn mew rtml ' i ?v i B- illi.uhitrl) MltHitnl i - -" i n. s . t.t 'i t.ii. hi i .f our trial. i t i ' , 1 , .1 la- - I'rV 1h- trTsnami'eT.aiHi (iataiaiarw7ataiBteiaiKriainr(aiKiMiaiBiM!aia .I'.- - i. AV. II. "hI.VI i - r.llllV turt fettimonujf. r liulllr. Ak yuar rtroarM fur H 12 ujuiiaiur iunirrtff ntnl .V-- Willi. .Ill If .J ti V AiVaU-OI- . b ()., 'Whlioliall. It, If trial N j. N. Y. m i H.G.RUPLBY, J tQTi) ...... 4 .f t tu-;- ,r T ' Is Receiving His SpringiSummer Goods Goods W.irr.vUcvl aiul .i Perfect l;;t G.. inrUv.!. Give uim n call. well-know- n Mr. CUanceS. late. of Harrl CieSt, hhiIi trial box of (Jiiiiih' Oini-'iirthctollovthiff I utwl H Hi me hj .leacd'oiir noinWtfull t.rnove in. iiient rulnla of Wither" lhlil iheunivfrta; ciprvsiioii ol tlioie who art) iuln (Julnn's Ulnlmclil WoouhUIo Farm. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE In Department. 'lhe belt ulic in tlieuorM fur ctit. briiitei, lorei. ulrrrt, lt rheum, fever iort. Irtler, chapped hand., ihilblaini, cornn and all tklt, erup tiont and poitivrl curt piU, or no pay rc.uir cd. It ii guaranteed to jmm' pcrlect atilclior, nt per box. Price 35 or money refunded For ale by A R. 1'entiv, SUUitord, Ky. Bucklen's Arnica Salve Just Received a, Goods, Ginghams, Teasel Cloth, $c. Well Assorted Stock, of White runtdyi lieiorunn 10 well known ind o .,llnc to livid no upei ml mention popular the ame nong ol IiaUu.ed Klictric llittiM m praice A purer mediums doc not exit and it K eilrn to do all that i claimed Ihtten will cure all dueimwof thuI.Wer ml Kid ney, will leinmr I'linplen, lloilt, bait Ubciiin and ill other affeitions cau.ed by impure blood drite Malaria from the vtum ami ircint a Phi- Electric Hitters. Also nice line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. Nice line of Worsted and Alpaca Coats and Vests, Men's and Hoys' Straw I Iats, all fresh no old jjoods in stock. Highest market price paid fur Cross 'lies, Wool, Gensen, Keath- - - J. F. ("1 mm i, W. E. PERKINS, Salesman. rY Crab Orchard, Ky, Ken Knracureol .11 cure all Malarial Headache. Conntipation anil inuiKUun ir r.u r Ilnlirc satisfaction Kuuranteed trie Hitter Price oc ami Ji Pr """ moiiev rrfunded well A H rUTMflMr roiin'idruttore man of Hurl n Mr lrank lluliinaii.a tun, O., taie that he had hi'en under theiar. i two prominent phytician. and ucd their m it I went until he viafc not able to get 'around. 1.1 Lev pronouiKcd ins caw to be Consumption and Kikb New rable. lie wa.jiernuadeil to tr Umovery for Coimiinption. Ce.uu.hi and - ' . wulk jiroand at that time wk not able to AWondor Worker. jon SMMENT FOR Ir. MAN OR BEAST Co. itreet without reti g He found before hi li a mum !.' liked half ol a dollar tx.itle tlut he y enj ih. ter; he continued to ue it and l you have any throat, Inn.. good health. If che.t trouble try it I rial bottle free at A k 1'eniiy Art THE London, I ! URE 'PEEDY dm tore fY - RcHArlD?0H-TAYLMEj)- '$? court-hous- e new stomach and bowed, through the nere. Dr. Mile' Pills ipceilily cure hilimn ducovery liter, iU, coiiitipatun new, lud taste, Smallest L'niMuaIid for men, women, children. mildest, urest 50 doses j cents. Samples free A. It Penny', Stanford at Miles' Norve und Uvor.Pllla Alton a new principle - reiilatins the A liter, m RILEY K. H. UIL.EY, HOUSE, Kentucky. Proprlotor, - - of loiuinliiia. Wis NOTES. l- nated uot only added beauty but impressive-nes- s of uro.itli, hud itinijrij tjflla, pain In muo t!ut with all the late improvements We vsnt allot STANFORD, KENTUCKY, lerlnif, famtess, hi. Al ertali'-tioitloi cr.me and see ui in our old home. to the occasion. of Ur. Miles' New Heart Cure, sue says, "lam our old fricndi to tahle and service Has a first'cbus Harder Shop on Main street, op Sunday-Scho- ol M ii.tlid -- no eyobiut We promise you that our rooms, bcticr thai. f. r :'J yean. The delegates to the shall be second to none in the laud. My wife, Mrs poiite I'ortman House, and invites a thare of your I advise all havo Improved wonderfully. patronage. Prompt attention tooutside calls and wants Jo convention, which included many preachthus afflicted to use this Great remedy." our II, Alexander, and she to be remembered to all special attention to ladies and children. Work will be glad to see them lady friends A. It. Penny, tlrtirofot, recommends nnd euaran-teespeech greatly. reception. Fare $a per day. done in the latest style wiih neatness and dit and give them a heaity ers, enjoyed the it. Ur. Miles' work on lliart U.hjh, patch, 101 0. 13. ALEXANDEIt, Manager. marvelous testimonials, free. Mr. Nick McDowell, a sterling Boyle Paxton's speech of introduction was a model one, being short, sharp and A I"ortiin:ite Woman. to the point. Mrs. Mar I. Ilakur. of Ovid. Mull , has The ladies were out in full force and ion to bu too thaiiului. Site f js u uf.il Was J. B. from heart disease from Mr W. A. Tliotiisnn, peculiurlV HiliTfstlnjr: My who." "nas Iisjoii trt t..i for hot head, kioinucli una upivoiis prostration lij three doctors in JsVw Yoilc, two in h.i atfo. ono in Plili.ulf pbi i.oiip In Cii.cinnuti. 1111 nt ih large 'JIibv all instltuiu 111 ilulti'i for lit inoiiili fnilpit. of I)r Muos" Hisiorativ Hut '1 nts hhoiild - hotped lu-vrondKi full Nurvlntbe u"d Pi all ...n laches, l ifinelie rlmueps o( tiouiiiuilsm. life, nervous il stiirUaiictw. IU. etc. Aslt at A. It IMun s ilnm storo lorn free Dr. Miles new book on lui trial liottlK nml Nerves and lleait. Tlio follow .lie They All l'allvtl. hi,)h .f have mm eil tn my new Hotel and im hettet ptepurt tl .111 i.vcr to .to nn.inod.iti tic pu'.hc Good I.irr attached andesery cmw ence do ured. Out me h cjII. 77 FRANK HII.EY. , i. 1 ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Seventh and Market Streiit., r Louisville, - - - Kentucky, . MI.I. Ol'KN MONDAY, MAR re.v suf-fer- short ln Hannu sold out our entire interest in the hotel, moved to our old on Jefferson itreet, we itand that we occupied for years hi f.ULCessfiilly onSetnth ami Marlel tteet, are now fittini; it up in elegant nh.ipe, new throushout and the out fit will in every way he elegant, including cne ol Hale'k Safety Panenjer and ISageage Kfevatnrs luo E. II. FARMER, T0NS01UAL ."ARTIST, per-ton- s s 8S-6- T i JJtV. f f grent deal better oil". The funeral was preached by Key. Bruce, of the I'refiby-- 1 further notice. terian church, of which Col. Bibb was a ner. member, and tho remains were interred : SXANKOIII), Ky., 2i, 1SS For frcbh fruiti", breads, cakes, conin UutJalo cemetery. A singular fact defectioneries, and the like onll on K. Zhn veloped itself after the colonel's death, mer. Twenty years or more ago, he bought a K.CWAUTON, uus.ManHBor Tub ltd of July picnic at Uroen Hriar lot of walnut lumber and told his wife Springs will be a grand allHlr and every it must be used for his colli n. His re MEANS BUSINESS. quest was carried out. body should go. K. IwHiitifnIly ami artistically don" at A. 15. iVimy's. CHURCH AFrAIRS. Mrna Bki.i.i; Cash telle hs that the II Hock l your watrli, IVtuiyV.andAlljewolrv oxcttrsion to Ciiiciiiiintl nettel $i:m work rtniiriMi'ut A. II. Bev. T. i. (Jodhey will preach at for the II aw (.ireen Mission School and warratitctl. Logan's Cieek Sunday at .'.. V) t: m. eryIxKly had a gool time. I:i.mi vv.t.n that all silverware, wntrlitv, There will be it special praiwe servico rinH, Ac . ImuKlit nt A. It. Tunny's will of tho Christian Kndeavorat the PresbyHrowx's speech and tho S. S. Convenc ctiKtrtwil frn of eliuree. tion dreu the largest crowd here Wednes- terian church Sunday evening at 7 o'clk, PERSONAL POINTS. The Northern Methodist Bishops reday we ever remember to have aeen in .l,.)00 salary, and $I,ui)0 to Sl,o00 Mr Naomi Joxra han iwon appointed Stanford. It was n lepreaentative crowd ceive nro house rent ; tho four too, of which wo are justly proud. I st:iiHiti'i at Mt. Salem. sid the same, aa nro also seven editor?. Mr. Iv.m: F..iikrt, of Crab Orchard, Mit. Lrwis D. S a sends us an inThe Bev Samuel Small returns with is Mtl. Mrs. V. M. Hium. teresting letter from lirhourvillu nnd an indictment for criminal libel against f I.ilrtvt is the M. I. IlfMi'Knity, fcflya he is soing to do s reuularly every the Bev. J. Wesley Hill, of Utah, for nml of Squire M. 0. I'ortman. woek. Mr. Sampson was for some time charging him with being 11,000 short in JIm. Joe Kunnkii, of Cincinnati, is vie to editor of bis home paper and does his accounts. tin: hie aitUf'r, .Mrs. It Ximincr. not hyo to meet a news item in tho big Tho Bev. Mr. Cleveland resigned Mm. Johki'ii s.Mist.KK, of I'nrla, is rte-- i road to rscotsniKH its value. from the Boston Baptist Ministers' Contine her lister, Mrs. Max Manee. ference on account of a denunciation of Mrs. Will. KKXNrrr. of IxMiievilht, il Mr. J. B. Im.an, a farmer and stockIh curat of .Mra Ainm CarfMiiter. man of Jessniuitie. made an Rseiemnent Masonry, which tin' conference approved CO to 7. Mis BnuiB IIchssikk, of buicntor, is Xo X. D. Miled for the benefit of his by a vote of Miss Belle 11. Bennett, of Richmond, Mhi- - eucst of Miss Iollitf Mclloherts. creditors. He Kits security for J. J. Hro Mim Kmm Podi). who ha been teach- nnngh, his son iecmtly a IkkiI Ky., reports the Kftster ouerines for tho Bible ami Training School ing in Jenamiti", is home acuiu. flud shoe dealer. Mr. Igan is a native Scarrilt is on of this county and his friends will learn amount to over iWi.OOO, of which IUrvbv IIrlm, l(i,of Piuerille, gave fiivj 0 and Kentucky n vigil to hi mother, Mra. M. K. Helm. Hith regret of hid misfortune. Conference $7(Wtit; Columbia ConferMtm. T. M. Puxjhn.to ami Mite Josbi'H (Iwxh, father of Kugeue, the ence gave least $;.:", and North Ooorgia AumikU (ioftgiu went to .Somerset To'" 1) year-olboy who killed (isno;illevin, Conference gave nift. J I. " 70. l.r. bail D.tKKR and Lucy l'nl-i- t in Uoyle coantv, was held in MitnKT FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The boy use m i, .t near Shelby City, r testa at (or being an accessory been in thU section since the murder Dr. - B. Cook bought of K. P. OwsMr. M V. (iaine. is,, mk CAt.xtt, who hae J oat re-- t and our officers were hot on his trail but ley a mare and colt for j'.'7'i. Chaileaton cxerieuced R slight .i". .1 frurn Illinois, ia viallin Mra. (sited to catch him. Ho is said to be very small for his age and to have had earthquake shock 'I uesday night. t'tic NVvina. ! his identity. B. K. Robinson sold to u Madison n:ii i T. B. KoHixansi and Mr. Tom on girl's clothe to party a small bunch of 2 and .'I year old II imi, "( (iarranl, have been interested I'reshhjnt C M. Clay, of NrtAKisn.. at 2 J cents. on the convention. toe constitutions! convention, snd Ion. cattle !.. . .1. H. SKiKsaaanil wife, of Ilaru-- i W. B. Smith, a member, will address the Fob ai.b! Yoke of larue work oxen, well broke, 4 thoroughbred llolstein n t Ucne. Islington, are fpeuriioga people of Lincoln in favor of their bant bulls. W. 11. Miller. It. H. J. Kmhry'a. .Uya at Mr. ling, in the courthouse, July 1:5th, counA Hne Jersey cow belonging to B. F. Mmraa Mahv and Hasan Wbwh, of ty rourtday, at I o'clock, (live the genluiiville, are with Miaaea Foxie Pet, tlemen a crowd and a patient hearing, Kont slipped on a rock and fell, so badly injuring her that she died. .ntft'.n 'luring the convention. and if they can deuiotiatste beyond a A. L Ferguson sold to Nels. Morris Mk. M. (i. Thov cw!, Mra. Jennie perad venture that they offer us a better of Chicago, 70 cuttle at 5 cents, to bo Ctrjivtitcr awl Mim Konch, of the West constitution than we have, give it your ielivered Ang. 1st. Georgetown Times. li..', wtre with the big crowd vcaterday. support, otherwise stick lo the old. .Sales of a car load of Mk. J. A. OAai'BKTKR went to loois- ho?s st 4 cents, cattle at 5 and lambs at 5 to vtxtHitiay to consult a physician. II b Wbrt. A month ago we publish!' ti .k his little ann Stewart with him. ed an item telling how Miaa Halite 5) are rejtorted in tho Winchester Dmn . Ltaiigh had run oil' to Iouiaville after ocrat, !m In Auorn ami hia pretty danffh John U Auderson sold to John Hill r. Mimes Lnejr. Mat tie and lollie, Marshal T. 1). Martin, of Kowhutd, had .) a pair of mules for S2V0, and a couple of n (mm Huntonville yoatdnlny. obtained liren-- e to marrr her. After Mr. 1. I Omslrv hae boon in Iho studying over the matter she came to the ful bu(cher cattle to John Sainpeon at - "ilt a week, with the view of eatub-- ! conclusion that abo had better stand to 3J cents. Funk A Anderson have bought upinc a haukinjt luiaiuues nt Home point. her contract o she wrote: "If you want Mis Jima Y.m.kr ami Htwsie Iter me. eoino for me." He went and this wards of 20,000 bushels of the new crop of wheat at from 7o to SO cents per bushn.t I. a ronploof louiavillabennliei, nni week they returned as limn and nifc. el. Advocate. of Miae Mary McKinuey at "CasMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. C. A.Silersold to 1). N. Prewltt a tle Cobb." lot of niruiiilYes at $120; toll. K. Kel-leJ. Nkwt. Cmaui, an old Mtanfonl boy, William Brock and Miss Rachel 7 heifers at f 10.05 and to n Carratd but who now repret&nfcs a l'riltiiU'lliin Benty were married at John Wesley w with hia cousin, V. clothing house, Brock's Tuesday. Both patties live in party a milk cow for SB. Wi.vmnsTi:H. Five hundred cattle N. Qrait:. this county. sold at .'I . Heifers and steers weighing Missus Katb Cok, Annie Held, Liuio B. B. Smith, aged is, and Miss Mol-li5(H) to 000 brought l'j to o cents. Quite Drye, lin Mocker and Mr. M. 1C Alien I'rivilt, a Mushing beauty of 17, wee rtpret:itt.Nl the West l'nd in the con married at Mr. Bollard Smith's, near a number left over unsold. KentucK-ian- . voution. South Fork, yesterday. In Cincinnati best shipping cattle Mr. How vmii M m, of the ljtncaater L. J. Barnes, an L. A- N. employe, Hecord, arroi(Mtni.'d by bis siatora, Mte-e- s with headquarter at ltowland, was mar- aie quoted at , best butchers 5, with other grades down to 2 anil 2 ; hogs aro i (attic and Ollie, attundol tlioconvun-tkn- i ried Tuesday lo Mrs. Missouri K. Ham- easy ot IIJ to l.iH), sheep are slow at :l to yooterilny. ilton, the young widow of Isaac Hamili, Iambs run from I to 7 cts. Mil. ami Mils. A.T. OMUTiinrw, of Lex ton, Jr. A Chicago agricultural paper has reWedneMlay to hic iainii. ciimu over Mr. W. A. Carson and Miss Nellie i,nite ill at Yantis were married Wednesday at the ports from the wheat harvest now in little diiuclitur who their progress. These indicate a yield in Illi Mr.H. UjinShankn. bride's brother's, Mr. J. L. Yantis, in the uois, Ohio and Indiana averaged nt 15 to Mlts Ki.i.a Tissi.ky, the handsome Kast Knil. The attendants were Miss "0 bushels per acre. In Kentucky the duak'lito.r of Col. J. II. Tinsley. of Miro Maggie Martin, J S. Kdmiston and average is placet! at 10 to 15 bushels, and MiPhCH Nan iw the uut of Miss Susie Martin, W. J. "Kdmiston. in Kansas at 20 bushels per acre, while Huiylnnnn. ami Kit The ceremony was impressively said by Missouri has a large yield, averaging lo Mih Min.nii: ICi.uorr, the aucoinpliHli-e1'ev. J. C. Frank, after which the happy to .Ti bushels per acre. iiiuhIc teacher of KirkHville ItiHtitute, couple throve here and took the train for th atti'iHiin me convenuon, on route to MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. a several duva stay in Louisville. The a visit to friemlH in 1'ineville. bride is a winsome brunette and the posWe aro pained to learn of the death Miih. s C. Tiukiikaiit went to Cyn sessor of many accomplishments, while of .Mr. F. L. Thompson's mother, which Wednesday to attend the Jiieet l.iana the groom is a successful young business took place in liarrnrd a few days since. init"f the Woiuar.'H MiHHionary .Society man with a legion of fiieuds. ( the Kentuckv Conference. Mr. W. B. smith, id this place, was .Mr. T. S. Farris and Miss Fannie married Sunday last at the Newcoinb Mihskh Iiia Fmiiu, Mamie and Carrie Hull'man, daughter of Dr. Win. I In to Miss Mollie Sloan, of Wayne Currcy, Mattie ami Snllie Klkin ami Ma of Lancaster, droveover here Tues- Hotel tiali Cook were a sextotto of Lancaster day ami were quietly mairied in the county. Thus. McClnre received a painful heaiithm wlio attended the Sunday-schoo- l Myers House parlors by llev. Wallace wound near the left eye last Sunday eonvention. Tliarpe. .Miss Honey wood Hull'man Mas. S. F. Ci.akkon has roho to and Mr. K. 1. IViniiiiuton stood up with from a 22 in the hands of a young man .Mitchellshur to speml the hot summer tho happy pair, and the quartette left witlt whom he had a ditliculty. Mrs. Belle Burnsidnand sister, Miss mouths. She has been doing n Hue bus- after the ceremony for Mrs. C. V. (Sou- line iry's, who is n sister of Nellie, linvo returned to their homo in iness here in the mantua-niakitithe groom, where Mrs. B. will probably come and made many friends. they were entertained. The bride is a Garrard. back in September to resume teaching Mh, l W. (iituisN went over to Cin- very lovely young lady and the groom a music. cinnati for Mrs. (tieenand returned with worthy young man, to whom no Mrs. Josephine K. Henry spoke to a her Wednesday. She hud been there for could be urged, except by Dr. large and attentive nudience at the court a month or more undercoinc treatment, HuH'iimn, who takes a dislike to any house Monday evening. Mrs. Henry i.s and is much improved. young man who would take his much Missus Fi.oitv Wiikati.uv and Anno loved daughters from him. The Intk-itioi- t a lady of rare culture and handled her subject with great skill. mi deJarnette, two typical Southern JontNM. extends its best wishes Much of the lino building stone beheauties from Americus and Atlanta, and hopes that the inevitable reconcilil.n., respectively, are guests of the Miss- ation will (.'(inie even before the honey- ing shipped over this lino South is for Vanderbilt's tine residence being erectes Alcorn on Danville street. moon is over, and that a long life of un- ed in North Carolina. It is stated that was hero Hksiiy vtti:iim..v Hon. alloyed happiness to both will result this will be the finest nnd and most costWednesday returning from his lecture from the union. ly dwelling in America. at Lancaster, wheie he had n splendid DEATHS' DOINGS. Miss Nellie Johnston, of Lancaster, audience. While hero he was the guest Annie, tho infant daughter of Dan an excellent violinist, took a prominent whom of his friend, Mifl. M. C. Sautley, he knew when a child. Said he: "I Moore, of the Highland vicinity, died part in the entertainments here during the past week. Mr. 0. II. Albright, of don't think I ever saw a handsomer Tii'"duy night of tlux. Col. U. F. Bibb died Tuesday morn- Barbourville, was down Tuesday at the than Mike Sautley and his bride, couple nnd know but few women who retain ing, after a long illness of dropsy of tho burial of his brother, John C. Albright, their youthful beauty to such a degree kidneys. Ho was fully cognizant of his at Maretburg. A number of our citizens as Mrs. Saulley, after becoming a grand- approaching end and fully resigned to attended the Masonic picnic at Crab Ordeath, which to him was a great relief. chard Wednesday. Mr. L. G. Cook, sumother. Col. Bibb was born in Hanover county, pervisor on tho K. C, was here WednesCITY ANDVIflNtTY. Va., 71 years ago. For mauy years ho day. Miss Mattie May and Vinnie Adfollowed the business of railroad con- ams aro homo from their South school. Knurr j ahs nt J. H. Porter's. tracting nnd made and lost several for- Tho Misses Snodgrass, of Kansas, aro Thk young men are arranging to give tunes. He was n line old gentleman visiting relatives in this comity. s a hop at Walton's Opera House auU was very popular not ouly with his Tho tnusicalo given by Mrs. music class was a grand success. heirs, formerly brother contractors, but with nil with It. V. Lii.i.AKi, or his whom ho was thrown. A wife, 71 years Tho skill of execution shown by the pervalof Lincoln county, Ky., can acquiro by corresponding with old, and 10 children, including Mrs. formers of instrumental music and beauuable information Deal-e- ra Reuben Williams, of this place, mourn tiful modulation of voice in song quickMaddox Bros. & Anderson, Land his loss, though satisfied that ho is a ly testified to an appreciative audience and Agents, Austin, Texas. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal .Ii-ni- '!vrkytiiin in my line for uost till .Mrs. ICittu , Klkin, niilli- - , . that tho instructor was no amateur. The following yonng ladies assisted in the exercises and eacli rendered her part creditably: Mrs. Belle Burnside, Muees Lena Newconib, Nellie Johnston, Mo relic and Alza I.ogan Brown, Berlic Martin, May Miller, Klisa Miller, Salie Adams; Mm. Anna Miller and Mrs. W. J. Sparks. The nudience was so well, pleased with the performance that they induced the ladie? to repeat the exnis-o- s Tuesday night, when with a little change of program they were greeted iv a full house. After the iloe the audience retired to the church, where tby enjoyed an ice cream supper. Mr. Manser, the agent and operator at Grays, had a rather startling experience a tew evenings since. There lives a woman in the neithlorhood of (trays, a woman who is slightly demented. A ahnit time since she went to London to visit some friends and while there fell in a lit and apparently died. Notice of bet death was telegraphed to her people at Grays, Mr. Manger delivering the message. A few evenings afterward, on prereeding to close the shutters of the depot for the night, Mr. M. met what he supposed to lie tho ghost of tho crazy woman who had died at London. He was speechless and unable to movo for a few minutes, when tho womnn spoke and the mystery cleared up. It appears that it was only a fit which the woman had, though it lasted nearly two days and she was pronounced dead. Manser is probably gray headed from his fright. Twenty-fou- r hundred immigrants dfeeinbaiked at New York, thu number including 1.200 Italians. Sheriff Catron and six deputies who went out from Btrhonrville to in rest one Shasher for sellins.' wh'.ky illicitly were run back to town by the and Ida gang. Ten of the members of the band of nth l'. S. infantry, stationed at Newport, Ky., havo been found guilty of disobedience o( orders, without leave and drunkei.nem. anil havo been sentenced to six mon'htt' it.iprieonmeiit at the post at hard hdior, and to forfeit $10 each per moin.t A tn. it y dnriug that time. By a tornado in Munr.e. M, tcaU and Washington, Ky . !out "0 hum fetuses were swept awav, and th" lose by crops destroyed mil amount to 52",000. Near Tompkinsville, James Payne's house was wrecked, and several member of his family injured. am Mcpherson's house and Jacob Bartlett's distillery were destroyed. Ner pritis?tl Id the damage amounted to f 10,000. The Missouri river is Hooded and large slices of Kansas leal estate nre disat a appearing in tho water, time, near St. Joseph. At the present rate it will not be long until St. Joseph flnds itself two miles away from the river, and with a $1,000,000 bridge standing over dry land where the river once ran. Courier-Journalaw-break- er I 1 j j j , Mi(. . a ii rt-re- nt I for 1 Aiu-hkr- Infants and Children. 'CmtorlalssnwplladaptiHltochlldrcntliat recommend itasmiperiorUiany prescription , M. I)., H. A. known to rno."' Jit So. Oxford St , Iiruoklju, K. Y. 1 Cnntorla ctirm Colli- - Ci nMip.it ton, Sonrhti.iiKuti, Iiiarrlin i.iu !tion. Kills WVtnus, Kie Hleep, and promotes dl. trostion, Withuut injurious tnnllcation. Tub Ccnticr Company, iT Murray Rtreft, N. Y. book-agen- ts mi-so- n SEASONABLE GOODS. Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells Lightning Fruit Jars, Mason's Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, in-la- louis-Conferen- d --- Freezers, Lime, yalt, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. Grain Cradles, Jlowing Blades, Leomiard Refrigerators, Water Coolers, White Mountain 11 M 3. IS. U Of c& XV. EC. WEABE1T. "VI W IV cKUISbKTS.7 -- . con-va- .,t.-i,.iuit- I Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and Color 0 Alabastine; Tlie Best and Purest W1iileLead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and, .jYeaVs Carriage Paints; i 225-poun- d w.-r.- " Largest and Handsomest Line of Watches, Clocks Sil-verwar- e, And JliWliLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kino's of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. T Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. halt-acre- s 'ftn The Most Popular SALT M2a3wP52a?-w?' l. e - From Mrs. K A Caiid or Tha.nks. Campbell to Miss Celtic Thurmond, for kindly remembering her with nnicedin-ne- r from the S S Convention, Mrs. Campbell being too old to attend, she is now nearlv m, years old, and is living with her daughter. Mrs. McDugald. NKW HI1 ADVKKTISEMKNTS. 1 On the market is the RETS OF ROCK SALT because stock will do 20 per cent, better and it will go three times as far as common barrel Salt. I have just received a car load and will quote low price. RHEUMATISM neuralgia, and sciatica can always bo with A J". IB. -- FOSTER, No- j successfully treated REMOVED. Having Removed My Stock- - Ayer's Sarsaparilla cure is sure to follow the persistent use of this medicine. Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, tions, Etc., Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken tn exchange. Has Cured Others will cure you. IB. F. IROTTT. COOK'S ' SPRINGS I iu-c- on Situated in a eaultliil .iil.-- oil Dix Kitr, About t', unlet cist of M.iiif nl, ni'iir he county rum) li'iitlin trout Cit.htii to lit- Stanford anil 1're.i iiki-- , w til ue iiptn tur tlume keeking a Kirt-cl.i.- s pU'jKim ,iii! h. .uihfiil Summer ltt,irt .trcoinniiiildtiiiii-- . will be fiirniht--l to ut-t- s and. - thu Spring have heeti wry recHitl open Among the mathe term will ho riMcoiiablo ny amusement will lie tltutcili', I'oailtii:, Carriage will meet gui"t.it Ubulaml when et HI open uitha nutirieil The Miisnn t 18., Gr.iiul I'lrnn Juno y. Iitiiis for Immi.tn lie hdil by aidlressiiii: J K. COOK, I'ror , Stanford, Ky j, 1 1 -i CLOTHING. FURNISHING GOODS 1ST IE EC. FliEXlTER, .V l Dealer hi Kireign meMic WINES n LIQUORS, and Milwaukee bottled Semi & A kerman' brer. ,514 l.ait Icffcrxui street, bet Floyd and I're.toit, LOt ISVIUr, KY Steam bottlid beer, warranted to keep tl n.tmths My goods will be found at the lVrtman House saloon and at t'errtll llros' , Rowland r cm O IKI'VsriE.A.IR, 1 Tuti's Pills Is an invaluable remedy for SICK HEADACHE, TORPID LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, MALARIA, C0STIVENESS, AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES Bum-side'- TRUNKS & VALISES Stagg & McRoberts. t Sold Evtrywhsrit . ... , w fij , j4 L j. f' t rv IU 4UJJLU HL Still Semi-Weekly n InteriorJqurna. Fr day - A ".Ttuit .., .. . , i.exetw mease. n mm. .-, ?.? 1 --- Lot on Main Street in Struiiord enoueh to run away." lie quitted the room by a side door, ' AT Cnntsimnj t envied through the hall, and speedily . . ..i xvrcn, YJCvit.iN- vx)"r iVrcac T R WALTON, Si ? .' cnne into the presence of his brother. ' Nearly a month had passed when one was smiling, ami instantly put net o paid $2 50 ii e charged va lie nVhin It seemed impossible ' eveuing Clyde and his frieml Uoss forth hi hand. Thomdyke sat DR. X. 13. PKxXNV. M at he should hold a shadow of malice, K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. "It Is ehnrming." said Clytle. "to any human ltcing l!i it morning, toward returning Train mivm llowtand at 7.00 a. and least of all, toward one so near of think of Qerald's (kvntion to his By EDGAR FAWCETT. brother nowadays. Instead of that p m Irin it 3: MitS .id- Mn bf lsV-.nt in !t A 'ir i? Itf. ' v Dr. L I II ii nuii staui.i lhit Sylrau took no irotioe of the horror having divided them it has madu L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. " nut st retoned hantl. He wm extremely them belter friends than ever before ,.lJ 1'IH Mail train going North "l'onr Sylvan is dtxtmed. fear." said that threatpulo.andthc I ta ZSluoLioii rCo!2cc. south I Mi ,1 Jl Krpress train " South ened him was plainer, now. In his Thonulyke.It- "His fathers old malady - am " ' N rtn j " t M ii'lai.Ji'ly has him In clutch ji. at tli I a 8 ISoSJ ua Cm 3 i u J gla.v eye and hollow cheek. Bl 6 f Local Freight North "lint) If Ik inCfii't ii. Kv . Uc.t "Yes. Theru socrus every sign of an .. "1 would not have come here." he South I bi the s!iarthvl.tr j p in of lie L11. n 1,. The latter trains also carr paengers. r k ii kv Kiilrmtdlo ... sail, "if it hod not been for a most Incurable decay." The two friends ' I rt ctr of s l inn a Board The above is calculated on standard time SoUr extraordinary matter. In their sesrvhes were seated In Clyde's charming study, Full of Startling Incidents. t t t.ie iran.Si ll"'i I i. h FUnnr- time is about o minutes fasur ght brf' te ti. my wife the two detectives I em- full of books and of artistic touches in t(tm( for II t.rJer of the 11m r.ioi jlpr. the way of pictnre, bust or tapestry. ployed oppvar to ,1 ot It UW sKI KITCHII A. S. PKSC22, "Leave, if yon can," lie councll.,d, They lrsist nponhave been very keen. Clyde let his eyes wander for awhile all in It . n'lte. Kf , Jt s it that they liarv. tangle of your present atYnir. nnil traced to this house (with final private among these various proofs of his own mi nt I 'U Ki Rt.Koy PFNTIS1. "the SI taste and culturo. Then he slowly said, Office on Main Tu'i ot,- n. B. McRo'.erts' eonie eastward with speed. You have e with a playing between his starforl Irig-- l alrciuly written Gerald that your ronl NOTICE cf zsrooasosATioN'. LIME AND BRICK. lips: losses arc slight. All the be iter reason, I n luc that L rmrr, n, II I 1. to gi "If all record of the elixir had tiot been I Wl .Ir my good friend, why you should seek nt 15. COOK, r II V.' ir, W J IVrkin.. H l Vmtf n ji R. lost, its powers of healing might ln tried r 1. Kiti hie Save v ..me Ini.puratr to a " this hour the mad ltfiy who hurries on poor Sylvan now. and KentiK ky Southern Km r it don't refer to a PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, bourne that may prove hit. lusting prief t. uti the priitnt.nl plai e it any rpvitrr powers it might have and disgrace." o t 4 irtu STANFORD, UY. ' mi Knln. ty, AliH.atainoparann .1 u,a ran wy dear Thorndvke, 90 don't !MeKln(s and l r Somewhat strangely, it must, be ' I)r. sure Kesldonce. owned, on .aid railway ta.twatd ana tin Mc. Rrhert' Office over wutih iu me that the very afternoon when ,.., villi csptUl atark of S 00 , prop ty .it the junction ot llui- K 0en Jnmrs fashion. I merely mean" diII Hand art to he i.tued nitil Clyde sat in his study sealing and uii tomillc alii l).nn e pii Hut here Thorndyke gave his gruv recting this letter, Gerald, with Hushed ( th- - hi.i .'any coaiBtciiCct biiairtMiWard an impatient pull and Hung face and brilliant eyes, ard Lianlimsrs In R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. unannounced across the pushed Idnisolf Ixi ma,nafd h a rV.ajl Our leg irntatedly across the other "Oh, threshold. el led annually 00 ike Srst Moni, Clyde. Civile!" he protested. "I often me joyl" he Knit', throwing' "Wish . ear, hut the lc..rp..rat i. Iir r PEKTIST. .1 Mlt fS Hoard USUI It. lltiU . wonder that Imagination of yours has his strong, lithe frame into a chair. .' I " ID I TH.U... 1 I'l.a Portman House, 'v shall set Im it O Mice on Main street, opposite ever allowed you to become the brilliant ariraasswt jsrssma swaffS4 "She lias consented to many me. third, vf t. 12 wairm ' up stairs Nitron. Oxide Uai given for painless C IM . practitioner yon are. L poo my won! I She lores me, and has agreed to link extracting JcraesetiK. roperty if ail sluckholder. is m i,i STAXFOKU, KENTUCKY. believe yon secretly .think there was naftau srcins ajtrinji Caaura her fate '.ith mine. It must happen in r;iurle drhl something sane In Iigbert Ma.t nurd's SALTilHEUt CCZEM W3LNDS ' s a lew days, i.iyie a very lew nays. r lW KliS hill iCl BURNS, " Mr, Ky . June - l ,i queer decoction, after ell Wo shall go straight to join dear old Dr. SALVE, SOnFS. CROUP, OHONCHITIS, &c. "I can Thormlyke after our marriage. I feel W, returned tl help but wonder, sometimes," r Ml. HE groCMI'M PRSCC CO CENTS. lyde. "at the resuscitatiou of I've neglected him horribly. Hut when Cures cuti, bruises, .'id sires, skin dieaes, he see. Perditu he will pardon nie, I'm Pcvt thrr tui.H , 1.1 f iui f.,r free (mania th.it drowned woman." ratches halter tKtuU. .. com, bunions, piles, bruise- - Wherever it has "U under at It?" echoed Thorndvke JOX Still ceitaiu. And we shall live out therettS SAMK TO TUK F1.UO& burns, dew poison ar.d s itislaition and boon ned it has given wonderful with unsparing scorn. "Why. how with hiin, if he'll let us." l ite propensity tor removing - rcri drowned "Where do 3 on menu?" asked Clyde, nkj, I believe, from one of its servants! many thouaantU of '" uredana Numerou. teMini tualcertain female whom they believe people have been revived by a dose ot liter ite Made wiping his pen, and giving a sad little will appear in tni space at t may very possibly be Lucia." a r til stimulant'" t sniff to the autumn tuberose in his y HK.t.I J. ll jl. UK Italil. Gerald thought .of hia delayed mar"Then yon admit'" "Chicago? It can't be very ABSOLUTELY FURE, had "That stimulant? jrtst now, KENTUCKY TOW UfrliQtT eomfortable therein ashes." considering riage. Besides, his brotherrefusingJust i' could it It ire been? Bat noWhat cIms STANFORD, behaved with insolence in to have more so FOR MEDICINAL, TOILLT, that most of it is OnCLlUlM x- BATH.J He half turned away, than brandy nd perhaps not as "Oh, we mid some other place out take his hand. ..- nunoLni t"UK:jtJcfcj JS "VVeCsiiOiSclays.Jftt.y mnrK." in the West." said Gerald, with an ex- with a flight curl of the Up. J. H OREER Proprietor. TAB-OLvery few of the other people "I know CO., Clyde got up from hlschalr. with both Chicago, III. cited toss of the head. "There are lots - n.i i a. o sdne Director. !. tS of them. It will be a new life, and in this house. Yon should make in nanus tnrusx into nis trousers pockets ' r . . K .. tiiMia slate the oU IUi .. t i.rie. Mrs. and with head rellectively drooped. Slant r.J ,t reixii aide rates, that's just what I want. You forget quiries of the landlady here. an.ommo titi wnl l.Ud their !. . t . ... aasnai tie r. - M(t' "So; I won't admit fAaf," he said. "I i tacinSree4ih. Open day ind inifM s in pi. rooi indfjood lisiry that I only need a little time to work llrawne is her name." - ' ijjSriNi. be teM. in connection "I preferred to make inquiries of you," simply won't. There were novel meth-otl- s again at the elixir and realize from it a J.IIOCKER. . r. i.rs jL'or I paid Sylvan. "1 preferred it because of dealing with electricity pointed monstrous fortune " C l Clyde made a plaintive sort of tattoo 1 have learned that the lady whom the out by Maynard in that formula which being Lucia might have astounded the greatest liv-- . officers hare aupccted of LtiLs on the desk before him with the well-keUu I desire to sell my larm ol ahout ijo urea. finger-nail- s of one hand. "Ah, Vs in a certain way under your protec- inp chemists." In the cotpcratr hriii. o Rowland miles north of Sta.iford on th aieO a'lout iVJ I tion and that of Dr. Clyde." "1'ah!" scoffed Thorndyke. "I should opposite the old church There yes yes, indeed," he muttered, in joyRush Branch H J. DAK-- ! baiarce Gerald started, frowned. Unshed ami have liked to aee any great living cheat-- I I K'rlasd are!' Mu i re. in whett and tv; thedwelling less monotone. Not long afterward ofthi. 'ir-- well et in timothy Oood int give it five minutes of serious atteu-- I to Thorn-dyk- then grew deadly pale. r w lit of four r vi un and kitchen and a splendid fiew lie poited his copious letter let uili'l Hill iii i. "She has entirely lost her memory," lion." and then had a conscience-stricke- n barn; 1. well watered and fenced. PcseioB can pursued Sylvan, "and" hechen Immediately. For particulars, v J. P. There waa now a silence, during feeling that he should have conts, over Under 50 Pounds al llalley, Stanford, or write tne "Stop there!" broke In Gerald. n which Clyde stared np atone of his rare 11 ir.-- . n spent a small fortune in sending it all Ctntjiisatl, OM" 50 and nmlor 100 1 oent, over ?poice as if n cord girt his throat. engravings. "Well, weU," he at length by telegram. near M tm. Branch I. FARM, 100 ti of rt cent. Sal ."What deviltry Is tbia? he went oa, murmured, "it's useless to talk now of a'xut Ai mllos from situated cliii'Ta ah nit , X 0. I.anham. tanfort' Cnstleman JshuB CHAPTF.K X. 'gaspingly. "Who dared to tell yon what merit or humbug the strange com- Acre, to acres in mill, at o and all well waterI'easesaijel sites AL R KLKIN & CO., ed llnjv hie "You are ready, I'enlitar said Ger- snch a lie?" pound may have ooncenlcd. Kut one JuW ttth. Ai.olytare meru.. premises on the to ald with great gentleness, on u curtain He stood staring at Sylvan with a MRS J M'CK ,o ,t morning just three days later. that was full of both defiance and Ky. ,j r "Yes," she answered, standing boforo bewilderment. him in a simple dark dress, with a. "I have mentioned my informants," bunch of '.lowers at Iter bosom. Then, replied his brother, coldly. "INsrhaps as he raited her baud nntt ncld it to his they are mistaken; they have not I m ell prepird to ' it e in a a""d saannvr and pri i liffe, she went on: "Who is waiting claimed infallibility; but I am sure MACIC there, Gerald?" ti.ey have not dealt in falsehood." At Ont Dollar a Foot "Down in the drawing-room- ? No ono A sudden impulse as of desperation C ill in or vldrea. me at surt..f DHOKEH M-r an except the clergyman who is to marry took hold of Gerald. .1, ll "The lady to 1. us and our good friend, Dr. Clydo, not whom you have so distinctly referred," nHnicpn p.iippi to speak of poor, dull, obliging J Irs. he said, "Is here. Look for yourself." uiiubbiin wuiiki MAXAGERS, Jiraxvne." He was going to add, in hu- And quietly, but with speed, he morous afterthought, "expen-dvMrs. the folding doors. Commerce Building, Louisville. llrnwne, I might also can her," but sudIn a moment the two rooms became P. W OBEKN, Proprietor Agents throughout the South denly preferred not to speuk the words. p. one. Gerald moved forward, his Instead of them he garly said: "The brother following. n sun is shining a 01 i I hatercitntly She whom they sought stood, just 'BIU.N TUrM'. YOU AJ1K IUOIIT. TUKV Hotel ami intrmltaken charge it t! .t t ith h Aflfcat, of my old Englishmerry as it it were one W. A. TStBSIsE. Locil if l.'r,nng it May mornings. And then, between the clergyman and Clyde. ARM ACCL'KSKD." ug standard Social aueati given to I. trasei the sun is shining in my heart, too, Mrs. Untwne, with commonplace MANFOItli. KN pub(iu thing is sure: it hns wrought grief ami do so hope it's the same with Perctita! and a queer, festive tlutter about have yon!" Koctm her toilet, was slightly in the back- ruin enough to'poppledbeen tho shirt of ZMrst-Cln- s 1! KH HHISH MTOKB W shell of Meden. Nessus or the Her eyes swam In tears as they dwelt ground. tiOi In lu Aiaa on his face. "Oh, Gerald," she said, Having approached within a few, step And Gerald! how it has drugged Andpast of mine of the woman ho meant to marry that Do you think he will over qnite recover Pool and Billiard Parlors. "whatever that blot ted-omay have been, I'm certain it never morning.Gerald drew back and indicated from its effects?" "Yes," exclaimed Thormlyke. with a brought love to me, never, never!" She Sylvan by a quick wave of his hand. OF SFECML hearty emphasis Unit was somehow both f bowed her head on his shoulder. "There "This," he said, looking straight at manful and sweet. "He's young yet, is no forgetfuluess that could cloud I'erditn, "is my brother." MKs3fei. I. M. I5RVCK, I feel for you. , such love as this! She grew vesy white, and remained and he's got all tho workl before htm. It is JstocU. r ' '11 irstunrtb .f l thought that makes me sure I can not for a few seconds motionless, with Iter itesides, you know, he lias my warm in SALS' AS3 BSD RUU, fiiendship while I live, ami he'll hava be doing wrong. And yet who knows?) garc on Sylv.n's face. Then she sprang what's no doubt n good deal more valin di .riijtil In C'linhr.i i STANFORD, K. who know? There are times when to Gerald and clutched his arm. OStct of the Cluclunatl t'moti &uck Yard Co , yeiu. It i more fatal to tlicia those hidden yeurs. are like a monstrous ' "Your your brother?" she questioned. uable from mc after I'm dead." CttfClKNATI, MAV m. i8ot. KPF.CIAI. ATIrJTION to COMMERCIAL all otlit r dbseases tfimbineii. l'.ut i Clyde turned, with glowing eyes, and iron door, against which I oem to be Horsea aad snulee bought ss4 aaM. "Yes," said Gerald. travelers Director hold this slowly dashing myself to death." discou'ry of a liquid remedy that , weut up to his friend's chair, laying n Only At s'iaetlng 01 th Bnl of hrt class horsesand sehicles u4 IB UvofT She taken her eyes from hand on the elder man's shoulder. 4y, the tluwins; resolution was uaasissously the Microbes has Her words ended In a shudder. With Sylvan.had not who tvatehed .idopted Clyde, her now, laughed. "You dear old chap!" he tnu.!e. Half of the young chicken tender force Gerald uplifted her head never forgot the surge of intelligence "No wonder the Chicago fire spared and kissed fervidly once or twice arc k'Hed by Mkrobes before they . That on and after Monday, on the lips.her "These arms are here," mixed w ith frightful Agony that soou your goods and chattels as it dkl!" bottle is cnouuh l frters. A swept across her features. In another "Nonsense." muttered Thorndyke, in he said, "ready to save you' frtfiti any instant her clasp on Oerald's arm 18, 1891, there will be no such forlorn Ukens. It is guaranteed. It, May Ut th his beard. "It ruined many u better fate. And remember," he I base finished my nrw Saw Mnl on the Scmtr-sSylvan. she staggered t;f'er i.ing two think of a bottle, 'n .tv pike, trniii Sia. t ". and went otk .with a kind of boyish catch looeiied. had now tho toward lieing man!" charge made for yardage look of Her eyes IN lil.ES. to furnish an kirn! ( l.tMIIFK. arc not satisfied with It as a cure i rim UNO. ing of tho broatu ia Ids ITur frnll. flmicrfrof! friitn t.hmr srkftrtkAc .at I, O Whs I 1'KlCfc.s. lutllssl the 'umChislera, return it to the druggist from a "there is sBinowlioro Uivu weighing on any live stock sold toner,, ber at the mill or d n.r n u.t pi ri (ti. iin..E tVl,, ,t u.ntt,nn u,...,,! .ail Wurk with Hie I'.lnli. me a trial rVst..thce. MAVWOOl), R V now life prepared VS.. lit tw ni lnsi.1 as of struinin;,' thews. whom yoo iMirchaaetl It, anil be will ui in iii iiiuu I uill drli.er sawrd ihr.in t shingles at The beautiful little mackerel gulls, at these yards. refit nl your money. or Rowland at ii ti per M "Oh! my God!" she cried. "It all which, a few years since, wore so plon,' 43 ty that is new. Ho who so long has been A B IIASTI lly order of the Koar.1 my benefactor v. ill not desert mo now. comes back! I I retHtmbur" tiful in our Maine bays aud estuaries, For i ale by W II JleKobetti, draeuist, Stir In that one last word rang out such have entirely disappeared, and are now Hy degrees, my dearest, you will liegin tsl ,4 VJ MPI'INtOI I, Hre.iJeat. TlTClSt UO. to forget that you have forgotten. anguish as a perishing soul might utter neversccn 'I he cause w hieh ulTeetod Even the recollection that I found you if damned by a sense of either iu own this was the demand for plumage for NATIONAL BANK homeless and shivering in the street at despair, misfortune or disgrace. the decoration of the fall and winter OF 8 PAN FORD, KV. en night will melt into the brighter con"Lueiu!" exclaimed Sylvan. lie ad- bonnet. So exacting was this that tax Ot bPAXFOKU, K. Uut idermists established branches near tho la now fully organized and ready (or buaiuess with to meet hor. sciousness of how much' mutual joy that vanced as though meeting has borne tut both. Come, even then sho sank to the floor sunk supply, that they might prepare the now; let us go dovvn;"they are waiting. with collapse so quick and terrible that Skins of these anil other birds as soon Paid Up Capital of - - 5200,000. Capital Stock There, I'll kiss away your tears. no arm of those near by had enough as killed. Tor the mackerel gull they Rnrnhic--, 15.000. . 16,500 Above oil things that the sun hates to mingled force and swiftness to break iiuiii i.i;ii i'1'ui eni'll, (i ;i .icsj au iwiiiuiiiri- - .. ... Surplusshine on. I'm sure it must bo n tearful her fall. Gerald was tho first to raise ative to professional gunners that these Attention of the publi.. u incited to the fact Hani, butiforil. bride." her, and as he dkl so a wild cry of sorrow birds were iu the short space of two iUCCESSOK toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL thai this is the onl National National in Ilanl. BAMt OV hiAruKW, ttt. Thev writ : Under the provuions of the together into broke from his lip-.- He had told him- years practically exterminated. All of detMMitors are secured not only by the capital (Now closing up) wiih the mo asset and under The self, in that single fleet glance at her the stupe family were also in great 'stock, butbv the stotkliolder.' liability lor un the little fnnt' drawing-room- . the same management. ao ninouutenal iu th. stock, by athat depositors ol plaoid-faceesclergyman (unconscious of bluishly altered face, that sho had did not even the little By provistoot of Its chatter, ttepositors aro at fund of ti,ca. tnls iimitutu-- are secured condition of the bank hur mental trouble) had taken ceased to live. . . And soon after- cape, for a single order was placed for fully prutectod as aie depotlmrs in Natiossl Hve sarn sutrmenta of the llanVs, Limed hand and was saying something ward, when she had been borne to a 000,000 of thereat three cents each to liable to us shareholdera being held inliMdunJW are made each year to theexamined States savetn-lucl- it ol the amount of their the at stated tunes and itsassttt are Lewlston theiein at theestel.tvalue tbereol, in addition to the par agcnt, thus securing addititonul kindly or perhaps jocose to her in (i sofa, Clyde lient over her and verified fill an I'nglish contract. by governmeiit amount invested in autb shares. It may act as, depu.iti.rs .lust then a servant tho ghastly conviction. (Me.) Journal. and perfect safely tooriginally eatablished as the lowered voice. executor, adinmistrattir, triwtoe, .Vc, us fully at This institution, Stanford up to Gerald's side and handed slipped "Her heui t has been feeble for weeks," an individual to 1858, then Deposit Dank of Lot i of Tlllost'H. 'lo those who uotrusted their hmsiiiess to ui lie said, when no gleam of doubt as to a theXatMinal Hank ol Stanford iu iej and him a card. Lincoln atunl Hn.k ol tiri-National Hank of Easterner Have you any horse Utlcves while tnoaglH the tender oar many thank, and Clyde. aam RisGerald turned toward "My her death longer dwelt with him. Stanford, ve vie lieic Siaiilurd in it8a. has had practically au In your section? their buinM tru.t inty will continue W trabaact prompt existence of V ye'" I' im better supplied brother. Sylvan," he said. "Can he have ing from the sofa, lie gazed with great n Westerner Lota of 'om. with ul, offering as a Biiarantee for prompt heard of my marriage?" now with lacilities lor tratisactuiir'jusiBesalong gentleness and compassion at Sylvan, &jo n , . and to aiimw. uur twrnt) years ecperttoce in ever before in it. "Lots?" Iv and liberally than conbanking and as liberal accommodation, as are corporaUon., "did not tell hltn," Clyde returned, saying: honorable career Acuunta of respectfully .olic- "Yos. Cemetery lot." Good News. sistent with sound banking. llaii ir rentvc ray Barber Shop f the Com firms aud individuals neutrally. "She was your wife, then?" mrrciui II itel lam pruparpd to a commodate la MIIECTOHS. "Where did you show Mr. MaynurdV" "Yes," answered Sylvan. dies as well it get ttrmen in anytla. they may ' 'Vhe Directory of this Hank is comeJ at Flttcil UN Mouth llrttt-r- . J J Williams, Mt. Vernon j wi.h m waited on (afl baid Gerald to the servant. At this point Gorald tore something ' line. Children also IIOMPSOV, T.fj. Kester. of Stanford; county; lie Yeth. I suppose I was born with 'I Stutit&r!; "time JKbSE J. II Hail, "The manu- a silver spoon iu my mouth! "Into the naxt room, sir," he was from an innor Foresaw Keid, Lincoln liiCoinmeniat Hotel. J S. Ows'sy.klunfursJ; Hayden. Stanford; J.W.11. Ilaujhman, l.incola,-4- ' answered. script and the letter!" ho cried, in n ;1 She Are you quite sure, Mr. Sappy, S i J, Binbry, Stanford (in what voice throbbing with misery. "Tnko that it A pair of heavy folding-door- s M. J. Miller, Mt Vcrnsai cane? wasn't u J. E. L)iin, Staalord; S T Harris Lincoln: is now a somewhat stylo them burn them! you are right; they Munsey's Weekly. A. W. Carpenter, JUllledgeville; J. S llocler Stanford; Y. for New York) heparnted these two are accursed!" O. A Lackey, Lincoln; J J. K.Uaughman, Hustonville; Stanford, An Unexpected Answer, 1vr 4.WQS gr r Jsiuiiiu U1AII 'IPV Hill. Vflcli, SUnford. apartments. The o doors were tightly Sylvan reeciv.- -l tho envelope In a j. F. Cash, Stanford, Q psneral andNSRV0U8 DZfllilxyi li closed. Gerald turned to the clergyman dazed way, wil'i. siiajkiu hand. Fangle Cumso, what is the differWciknttsof ItodvAnHMU dr.... Tho , William UOMh, btanrord Ky V. 1. , MlttltlBHofErroMerExessstslnOfdorYoun with a smile of it, n:r ,'iine, had ence between .lay Gould and myself? mornin. in lusu.i, s.iii. aaalioou fuiir OrFItERS: S. II. Shankl, President. lt. i.,,i.. .fi ....... ..",. Cum.so (promptly) .lay Is worth more been somewhat chill; a lire of big black J B. Ovri.ey.'.Casluer AS.slai.lr ..r.lll.x ... ...i .uiiiiu.ia. Itnik l..TkT-Be."i- i. ila Ji J S. Hocker, President; Caihien 0,. L.lllr rryai to M.lts sad t .r.lr. fosslrlw. Hrii. isVl! s ou while you are wrth dashed und c r.ickled below than V. M. Ilright, Teller John J McRoberts, Hie Madison fair will be held July . .. . V.:rtnll IIMI, rislaasll.aa.d rur...lL ,.,..." A. A. McKiuney, Assistar Cashier J H. Uaiighinao, General IIor.k.Keeper Mttit KPItT MtOtCAt CO., 8Uf Fa.. 6Tm. V. 3. Purses to the trots cloEe July 1. tll mantel. Sylvan. examined the papers, less. Jun . Publlahod Evory Tuesday aud B - ,LT.il yw t,. .... iiruiuwf -1 ! : 11 ffl BE EI ll us hh keen tv.nr.it Then ho al most reeled toward the grate and Hung them in among the yellow, coiling ilames. for a brief apace. ,1,1 FOB SAIS!? j ; Dentist. -' 1 1 t I flTHDHS 4- i t nOTnov o urn lnug-mala- I dy AKlN - , FOWOER Soul1--f- 11 Absolutely Pure i . 1 jsts&s mm Dr. -- , ii i -- - half-smil- , I. i . . I 1 I i - . ioo-6- Jj.t ad ft'iJS pos-scse- d. , f t in- - r , I I - o-i- e ii-,- 1 i' 11 -- . m link' J4L J6S' CI ' I 11 C4r IX ,aruJ -- aaJa-Mnu- I mm WRRIM 1 Jr l. !. Cumberland Valley 1 I '' v 1 TAD MTl Of&T D Land Company , u4-t?rdb- 11 Mwf-.td.Ky- . coat-fron- t. THu nun nUUOt.,; 11 Rowland, Firsi-ths- s Kcnlnclcy. "I i V I I I i .. " in ii4ji, . . ) f "r -. i Farirj. Per Sale. pi. 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