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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891072101 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. yv- Tffj" " kP.'f -- "! jJfyTfTj (Sspv. .W Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. HUSTONVILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 21. 1891. NO. 40 Can't Live on Wind. To ihc Editor Interior Jmirnat. ) Ckii Orchard, July IS. I am daily in receipt of such letters ns the follow'J.'.d and Hon. Curtis F. Burnnm." "Come to Hustonville and annihilate Hon. W. H. Miller" "Come to Bee Lick, come to Gum Sulphur. Speak at Mt. Vernon County Court dajO' I have already spent in car fare and hotel bills about I'KI and I desire to Bay that all invitations to speak outside of my own county must contain a check for $10. I am not avaricious, but it is written "That man can not live by glory alone, but by every dollar that proceedeth out of somebody elsn's pocket." Please insert the notice so that future invitations may be attended by a proper convoy. Fontaine F. Boniiirr. P. S. Please also insert that I accept the invitation to speak at Mt. Vernon on County Court day t Ith Monday) and will in vine tune witn lion. JSennett loung, President Clay, Hon. J. C. S. .Black burn, or any other foenian worthy of my steel. There are two kinds of speakers I like to hear, ono .that can hpeak and the other that can't, but n mediocre that can nor can't I don't like F. F. B. to listen at him. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. f'U i Very few of our citizens attended the (inrrurd Fair. an hitfnstinx Dr. Urown rcj'ort bwjbIoii of tlui (Viitrul Kentucky Medical Society, at lIurrodabiirK, Inst Wednesday. It in reported nutlientntivcly thnt the only IJolihitt will be liere lut proxi-mo- , H. .Miller to see that Hon. have a walkover. doesn't We are jjlad to report that our worthy neighbor, Mr. Itohert Tucker, is much better of his late paralytic etroke and is auxiously looking' forward to visiting town as wiw his custom. Win. field, Sr., has filled the hlntui created by Uncle Ben Allen's retirement from the hiisinehf, and is mipplyiiiK n huiiury people tenderest steaks and lo.ihts at rates which collected closely, insure that the bu cher will not starve. Horn to the wife of Henry M. Stanley cousin to the man of African notorietya big boy. Henry is on the shady side of .0 and as proud of this Btair to his declining years as would be half a BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. dozen of .Stanford's exemplary citizens of such solace. who have despaired Mr. Chas. Tinslev went to Pineville Mr. and .Mrs. S. P. Nhrk were out Friday evening to attend a hop there. last week to see how business on the The coming exhibition of the Knox arm is progressing under MontKmory County Fair Association seems to be Jiai lies' management, and it would have more extensively advertised than that lone some of your industrious goods-lo- of a like association in this section of whittlers great good to free Porter the State. This might rightly be atpilot a mowing machine after nearly lb tributed to their "hustling" secretary, years rest. Mr. Dan H. Williams. Mnee Jmluu Camnitx tins got his The Farmers & Tobacco lTniou gave mill in good running ordergrist has been a picnic four miles in the country last pouring in at a rather lively rate, ami Saturday at a place called Sinking Valthe gieat mental .strain is evidenced by ley. There were speeches by several the headaehe of which his honor com- iiromiiiiMit patties and music by Harplains, though his sanitary adviser as- - bour ville's famous " Kid Hand " of bos ' Mitres him that the sw filing will sulfide hII under fourteen years of age. with experience. Carrjmg a pistol anil Judge Tinslev and Col. Clark will disorder on the thoroughfstes aie the probably make several speeches through important cases. the county before the August election The crop of rattlesnakes in tint sur- in opposition to the nrw constitution. rounding knobs is the lnnjwt in muinoi v With Wilson, Tinsley, Boyd, Clark and of the tlnit settlers. Many with rattlfs Finley opposed to this measure, the high up in the teens have been killed, laboring class is likely to look into the As the matter before voting and some of enormous forit. greatest numbers have been killed on Four of Hfirbourville's beautiful lasthe Casey ido of the line it is especially sies, Misses Annie Lee Disliuiau, Lillie lucky that no one has been bitten, for Tye, Nannie Hratlbrd, and Kate Culton, not a drop of snake medicine is procura-- i left for Pineville Fiiday evening to ble in all that country. spend several days among their many Col. Hreckinridge passed through friends there. Judge Boyd was. in town town Friday to be on hand at Liberty's Thursday and Friday. Major S. B. picnic baturday, loaded fo any Individ- -' Dishman left Saturday morning for ual who is rash enough to say a good Whitesbnrg to attend a bpecial term of word for the nw constitution. The the Letcher Circuit Court there. colonel can't condouo the abrasion of his corns by the legislative restrictions of, A Famii. Bkiic.w cmk.nt. An industhe proposed new iuntruuteut, ami is trious rustic went into his stable one. fiwingiug round the circle of his constit- spring morning and discovered his favoruents proclaiming from the "raging, ite mule in the agonies of death, he having overfed himself the night previous. Mump" where the "shoe pinches." "Here's a state of things," exclaimed longed delayed shower came The Friday night and Saturday morning ami the disgusted peasant. "All winter long everybody rejoices in the renewed lease you do nothing but feed and feed at my extended gaideus, and the encourage-- expense, and when spring comes, and it ment to make another elfort which corn is time for doing a little plowing, you get and graas have received. Timothy and out of it by giving up the ghost." The dying mule raised up his head, oatu improved astonishingly under the stimulus of tbo few light showers the and said in a feeble vo'ce "Since you are such an ass, you past Bix weeks and are by no means o long ap should regard my death as a family befar short of an uverage as was prehended. Indeed the shocks in many reavement," after which his spltit took Texas Sifting. meadows appeared fully mt thick as its Might. usual. No baggage smasher evur dJies to The Wst l'ud sent down to the handle an elephant's trunk roughly. great oratorical feast you promised them Washington Star. a large delegation of on county court-datiuus nro only human after all. They anxious listeners, and the diversity of will kick when the load becomes too impressions is amusing. Many who heavy. Texas Sittings. were on the top rail were shoved over on It is almost an impossiblity for a messeone side ami the other many conlirmed nger-boy to get the run of his busiin their predilections, and altogether the ness. Boston Courier. I. J. most gratefully remembered for in-- , Jimmy (proudly) .My little sister's Mating that its readers shoiild'nt miss a got n new doll that talks. good thing. I think that a majority of you1 Johnny (scornfully) That's uotuiu'! your West Knii leaders agree that Mine's got the Krarlet fever. Munsev's a lick have not hit the Courier-Journa- l Weeklv. units, but lather, considering the greiv Hi.ru Giiass Bkaittik. In all their ous piovoc.ition, have lightly tapped where McDutr should have laid on vig- glory will attend the Danville Fair 5th, (1th, 7th. In addition to orously. Kmmett McCormack has long been the grand display of live stock, there a power in the West Kml and his hand- will be three great races each day, consome shape and cheery voice are more tested by the cracks of the Blue Grass familiar than those of Tom Xewland Circuit. Special trains will be run at reand John Menifee, but the late change duced rates of fare. Ono feature of the which has comu over the gentleman meeting will bo the daily conceits by must not be attributed exclusively to ex- Kichhorn's famous band of soloists Xo ultation oer tlio barrels of good dollars "skin games" are allowed upon the which he and Hill Prewitt have made grounds and all who come will depart shipping lambs this season. Horn to saying "it was good to have been there." the wife of Kmniett McGormack, ThursBrazil with its U.000,-00day, July 10, 1SU1, a pair of boys. Dave is calling for the gospel. The peoAllen has been sitting up with Kmmett faithfully since this stunning event, and ple are turning from their corrupt priests, thinks that he, now has a good chance to and, touched with a spark from on high, pull through. Similarly blessed Dave is reach out for Him. Let us help Brazil. nesmedof nn aU'ectionatu reciprocation Let us help thu young republic Christian Alliance. by Kmmett. Shipman, of Somerset, Mrs. Frank ''I'm going to turn out this gas," said is here. Will Cabbell, of Lebauou, is the old man, coming into the room .amongst relatives foraBhort respite from where sat his daughter and her young the labors of a wholesale grocery store. man. "Thanks," said the unabashed Our handsome postmistrcsi, Mrs. Ade- young man, " I was just goitig to do it laide Woods, returned from Crab Or- myself." Boston Heiald. chard last Saturday afternoon, greatly She You say a woman cannot keop a improved in health and good looks by those wondrously rejuvenating wuters, secret? He Yes, that is my experience. whoso praises the I. J. is wont to Bing. "I have known a woman to keep a seMr. Sam Logon left Monday for his homo cret for ah age." "Yes, but it was her at Aslynore, Mo., after a visit of several owirnge." weeks to his brothers. It had been 2" Fayette county has u bonded debt of years since Mr. Logan had visited his ..nllt.u nnnntv .Inllll O. Ml'AliflfCr TlflSS $110,030, all of which will be paid by ed through town last week, uodding to a lS'JS. x . who would have enjoyed hearing him devote half a day, between whilij, to the glories and profits of a stay in Texas. His sister, Mrs. Kate McAlister, accompanied him as far ns town and spent the day with Mrs. Camnitz. Miss Dollie Williams is home from Lexington. Mrs. Helen Hullhuin, Misses Sallie Cook, Lou and Helen Hocker, Mellie Hopper, Anna Cook Huffman and Harry Hocker have gone to the Falls. Mins Hello llogle, of Barnwell, S. C, is with relatives for u short visit. Mrs. Susan Weatherford, of Kinds, Tex., accompanied by her daughter, Miss Agnes, and Master Archie, are here. Miss May Buford and sister, Mrs. Oscar Taylor, of Covington, are at their uncle's, Col. Hall Anderson. Miss King, of Danville, is at her sister's. Mrs. Jennie Carpenter. A prominent prohibitionist of your town, the initial of whose first name is Charlie, has become a regular frequenter of our village. As you'll probably print the eaids you shall give names in full. few of his acquaintances ing: "Comu to Harbourviiie destroy FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ; j j si. Wheat is worth SiiJ in Chicago. Maud S has been hied to Ansel, by Klectioueer. J. M. Hill sold to I). N. Prewitt 5 heifers at $10. Foit Sam;. 11 good ewes. W. M. McAfee, Stanford. John Cash sold to Johnson, of Boyle, (S fat cattle, at H cents. Carithers.A- - Heard sold SO Montana mures at lxington, at $J50 to i'Q. Silns Srtinlidge sold to a Garrard county lirtv a combined mare for $150. It. Cobb soid to Huguely, of Boyle, 10 head extra good slop cattle at .'t cents. Proctor Knott beat Martin Kussell and a field of live at Chicago, U mile, on a pull in "7. Foit Slk. A high grade Jersey cpw ami heifer calf. A No. 1 milker. 1 J. G. Crpentr. ( , George Handy, of Mercer, hud an nvernge of 30 bushels of wheat to the acre in a Held of 71 ucres. Dr. Herr's farm of 102 acres sold at 524 1 and another of 51 actes sold at $470 per acre. They lie near Lexington. Uriah Bright's mare, Kittie Crit, last week dropped a tine j Harkaway horse colt, which he values at $500Prewitt & Lynn bought of W. II. Boone .'52 Iambi, averaging S3 lbs., at 5 centfr, and a lot from other putties at - 1 j . to U- Bun Chief, of the Scroggan Bros', stable, won the Wheeler Handicap at Chicago, Saturday, miles in 2:001. It was worth $11,000. Mr. Lynn, of the firm of Prewitt it Lynn tells us that they lost about $100 of sheep which theyship-pe- d on II car-loa4 1 from y Priest-ridde- n 0 to Cincinnati last week. A tine horse, driven by Hue of Danville, at Ltncister fair, Saturday, apparently fell dead, and came near causing a general smash up. Water was fieely used on the animal, however, nnd he recovered biitlu iently to be led out of thu ring. P. T. Gentry, of Boyle, delivered his contract cattle to Lehman JBros. Saturday. There were 175 head and they averaged 1.5U5 pounds. The price paid was 5J cents. IJ. I), and K. D. Logan also delivered their 72 1,01)0 pound cattle to same party at sanio price. Squire Murphy says the wheat is threshing out much better than was expected, and that he will have to increase his estimate from 10 to III bushels per acre. On the other baud Mr. Peter Carter s.iys tiiat so far as he has observed the yield la not over SO per cent, of the average. Secretary F. 1). Spotswood writes that the Mercer Fair will have tho greatest exhibition in the history of the association. Tho entries to.tlio trotting laces are particularly strong and the track is tho fastest full mile in this sec1. tion. Remembor the dntes,;July Hichard Gentry, agent for Lehman Bros., Baltimore, bought Wednesday of W. F. Davis, of this county, 83 head of good 1,000 pound export cattle for August delivery at 51 cents and a premium, per pound. Cogar, Hass S Co., of this city, bought this week of J. S, Hawkins & Co.,at Wilmore, SO.OOO pounds of hemp at $1.50. Danville Advocate. J. II. Pointer.JJr., sold this week to catWolf !) head of 2 and A. tle at 2J and 2Jc; he sold to It. K. Thompson, of Garrard county, 101 head of sheep at $3.10 to $1.50 per lOOlbs. lie bought a lot of cattle of D. M. Cress at 2 aud 2.40. Ho bought some fat cattle in Hockcastle at 2 to 2c. Ho also bought Happy Ilooslers a iotof 8teers80uth of the river at ".c Wm. Timmoni, iotmater ol Idaville, Indiana untei "Klectric Hitter has done morn for nn! Somerset Reporter. than all other inrdkincs combined, for that lad (eclnij' arUiryj from kidney and liur trouble' John l.elic, larmcr and ktocltinan, of same uljc'e " What is a promoter'.' " asks a sub- .iT- "Kind Klcctnc Hitters to be the licit kid' A promoter, 13 a man who ney and lior medicine, made me feel like a new scriber. man" J, W Oardner, hardware merchant, same town, ay "Klectric Hitters it iut (he make? his living advising you to put u lion all run dounand don t carethine for whethyour money iuto schemes that ho erin.nlies or dies; he found new stren3th, he his iponey iu." New appetite and felta Just like he had a ncu leLfe on wouldn't invest lile Only jc bottle at A. K. Penny's drutr store Recorder. exten-tenqioby-go- 2S-3- James Co wden.u youngson of Mr. Geo. R. Cowden, is now down with the typhoid fever. The roof and tower of our splendid new have been recently painted in a superior manner by Mr. Herrin, of Hradfordsville aud our townsman, Win. Wilkinson. A picnic is going on under the management of Jesse Brown, II. W. Rains and Wins Wilkinson. Col. Adams and other distinguished speakers are expected to address the people. The prospects for a good crop of corn in this section are not so lettering at this writing; rain is again wanted. It was thought for awhile that the liny crop would be a failure, but it 6eenis to h" turning out very well. One day last wtek a fracas took place on the Tennessee Ridge, near here, between a man by the name of Weath-ingtonnd one John Barton, which in Weathington giving Baiton a shot from the effects of which he has since died. Barton's brothor, also, shot Weathington in the leg. Weathington U still at large. Thanks to J. M. Cook, of Hustonville, for courtesies of a recent date. Our politest bow also to your scribe for flattering remarks in a recent issue, lint he i slightly mistaken or using a little irony in regard to our politics and position on the con. con, but as we are no candidate horn up to president, we don't wish to discuss things publicly. William Jackson, of Jesse Buice, modifies considerable the "enwitional report that the hitter's hair turned in a night from the whiteness of snow to a raven's wing in blackness, a shoit time before his death. He states that Mr. Buice had but little hair his bend which was very white; that in his last illness n new growth had mnde its appearance between a iiark and black color, and that his eyebrows had also turned dark. Canning and picking blackberries have been the chief occupation of the females and younger boys' around here for the last week or two. You blue grass fellows know nothing about the vast wealth we have in our mountain counties. You are far behind ns in mnke shifts when there is a prospective failure in crops; you have no berries, nuts or ginseng nothing but your fer tile land, your tine stock and blue grass to fall back on. Calling at the house of Milford near Mt?Salem. on Wednesday evening, we found Milford and his wife a jovial anil ad'ectionate as a newly married couple. A new boy, which he and his wife claim to be a 15 pounder, had nnde Ins debut. These events are far apart in Milford's household, but they mike him excessively hnppy. On tho next day. comiug through Middleburg, we came across tho youthful Doctor Isaiah Wesley's face all wreathed in the sunniest smiles. A girl his llrst born oeemed to be the cause. When the femiles of that section take a notion they can make allairs of thnt kind lively for awhile. Oa last Tuesday business of a personal nature called us to your neighboring city of Lmcaster. We walked the streets of the beautiful town, once so familiar in our youthful days, as a stranger in a strange land, being unrecognized and we failing to recognize anyone. More than a quaiter of a century's ah- pence 2d years had wrought changes. The business part of town, the public square, seemed nearly ns of old, only some improvements, and the courthouse lemoved from the center. But the grandest changes were in the n of its suburbs and in the improvements of its suburban streets and alleys. Its palatial residences, its cosy cottages, its pretty yards, nil bear marks of refinement and taste, and would make Lancaster now a lovely place to dwell. The saddest of all the changes were tho absence of those conspicuous days. The rugpei3onages of ged form but intellectual features of Geo. R. McKee, the grand form and noble face of G. W. Dunlap, the tall form and handsome face of the chivalrous L. F. Dunlap, tho poetical features, of the blonde-haireAllan A. Ilurton, and lithe body of thnt Lord Chesterfield in the social circle, W. B. Mason, and many others we might mention, have all passed away. But those who have taken their places seem to bo fit representatives of their predecessors, and more particularly did we find the same kind courtesy in those we came iu contact with as belonged to the people of Lancaster of the olden time. A heavy and rain Saturday morning and clouds still lowering. court-house to-da- THE DANVILLE FAIR tlegtm August 4 and continue four day- - 1 h s meeting i I be the GRANDEST I1T THE HISTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION. Kvciirion trains f Grent Race-- , G cl Rings, E.rnhorn'x Muili, Heart n all rojds mid greatly reduced rites We 'O-n- "SO C. ! H CFCII., President. '-' Setretarj. y Centre College Academy DANVILLE, KY. The Next Session of this Institution Begins Sept. 9, With a lull course of study, both ninh adapted to preoare jounjf n n for the liberal Knglith education to.inj who it trcOimn Cn, it Is intended at the lm.on.ca '.n with the A.adem andCi & - it While the course of instruc'ion n ei'-ciil-- ly time to lurniih a A Horn Boarding Training Doparimexit n Has been established in the home and under the perrnal utrtl of tl e I'rincipa!, ftejular study hour under the suprriin.i o( the PiiU' ipal an I ind the retrau.t and gceriimnt of a Christian home are coil billed with the bet cdti- Mima' adMitj,cs. lurtber mrti' ubrs in rrffitd to V,ard, tuition, etc , .'ilrc aitant JAMES B. WALTON'. Principal. Danville. Ky. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. H., President Mid-dlebu- rg Fall Session Tuesday, September Fullcorpol Corsenatory and Normal N.h-o- jtsl, 1891. Art. Excellent boarding depirtnenr l leather. Superior course in Literature, Music and Catalogues tind c.rcular furnuhed m application dog-pelt- son-in-la- THE WILLABdT LA 1 b VLEXANDER'S HOTEL, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Hales 2.50 Per Way. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite ' LOUISVILLE, KY. V. Court-Hous- - e, A. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. V'. 8. LOGAN, JVlanaaer. f ( The Old Reliable 5fr o eweler in the Lead. Has the largest and euc m-?r eAmx ' Il i!?IUd tOrw $ J" i1w"i TV"" "" A. R. Penny, MOST COMPLETE bait afilt KStrn SJ0CK 1 1ST rf5 Vsi Ku-Innk- ever shown in Stanford at pr'ces as low as the lowet. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-makerwho can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all hinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver tahen at market price. Your trade and worh is solic-te- d and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. s m fSlSL' kf Wat cites and Jewelry I wl k IWh for 1 wfepPstfwMfRtasMssstiMflissssssM ij .J ww Cantoris cures Colic, Constipation, Sotir btomach, DIarrhcva. Eructation, Kills Woniu, gives bltvp, and promote Without injurious medication. dl. Infants and Children. potion, "CnMorla Is so well adaptod to children that recommend It an superior to any prescription II. A. Aztciirn, 31. V., Vcown to me." 1H So. Oxford St., BrooUyn, N, Y. Tux Cectack Company, 1321 7T Slurrajr Street, N. V. A. Stanfopd Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. C SINE J .N.J1ENEFFE LUMBER, DOORS, LATH, BLINDS, SHINGLES, SASH, FLOORING, WOVEN or building. d A1TX) SLAT WmEstoch of everything found inFEITOBL a We carry a full CXi&SS X.TJJMCBER FIRST designs and specifications before letting Y1RD. your contract Examine our -- Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. CEILING, SIDING J SINE & MENEFEE. Stanford, Ky. The Most Popular SALT yHPKr j3TsW. much-neede- d 5 1 ' . H a A ( TO' - On the market is the RETS OF ROCK SALT because slock will do 20 per cent, better and it will go three times as far as common I have just received a car load and will quote low price. .bar-rel.Sa- lt. Trit CT IB. POSTER. G :y- t ri I -; tf " "t,.. - I1 w- -r 5 3(i f fc ra B-I- IK I 6 fit l r I r X John Yates murdered Bluo Gold- II. StfRCIlKItTS The premium list is very compreJ. W. II IMOGIXS. hensive and liberal, the grounds are smith, at Pitt's Point, in iiaroin county. John Polk Pryor, a near relative of pretty as any in the State, there is a e track and everything President Polk, ami editor o( tho Kagle I3. and Enquirer, of Memphis, before the to insure a successful exhibition. and par- The Owens Bros, J. A., tieorgo and war, and author of "The Life of . and rights upon corporations, died Saturday at Frankfort. dangerous, Joheph, are doing a big business in car"" railroads, Stanford, Ky., JuiV 21 ' 1891 ticu,nrb' reaching and more liable to bonated beverages. They have unite a Seeing the absurdity of their demore further with govern abuse than any which have yet in the largo manufactory at Barbourville, and mand for ment warehouses, the Alliance hns mod- exrun a thriving trmie in ginger aie, history of this Commonwealth been Favors For Corporations. apple Hied them to a point, which practically beer, berry-reAs an evidence- of the unequal favors ercised by thorn or even claimed for tonic beer, birch cider and pop. People have a natural eliminates them from their platform. Bhown by tlio proposed new constitution them. The liabilities of the First National It is a commentary upon the consist- desire to drink something and it is to corporations, we call attention, in adSlngKgs&picRobcrtH, to heo what a vast amount of Bank, of Kansas City, Kas., which in ency, we might pay upon the intelligence dition to those provisions previously of n people, to see them lifting thoir hats these harmless beverages, which neither closed its doors on Thursday, are cited, to Sec. 231. By force of this including deposits; shipped to the the a.ssets all public, private and municipal and giving cheer after cheer to the pub- cheer nor intoxicate, arc who denounces the tyranny various points, where stronger liquors amounting to J2I 1,000. The failure was corporations and even those individuals lic speaker due to a lack of ready cash. who may be empowered to take private of railroads and at the same instant giv- are contraband. noTho McCoys, of Hattleld-McCofalling rain, Piueville Kxcept for the property for public use, may 6eizp the ing their approval to a change in their mercy of would have been a dry town in every toriety, are ag.di. brought into notice GKX1V- property of any citizen, or may con- law which will put them attho , justacross the sense of the word Friday. No liquor is In Logan county, V. demn it to injury or destruction without these feiocious corporations. sold there openly, there was not a great Kentucky line, Tom .McCoy shot 07 bucklirst making compensation. ArrKit hetinds that his time is fully deal doing and the water supply was shot into (.ieorge Roberts, and the RobThis is a radical and au innotaken up till the election, Col. Bennett exhausted. The people aro hopeful that erts family promise to make things inter vation. Under the present constitution, Voting picks up courage to M'nd a chalthe recent sale of tho Bine Mountain cMing for the McCoys. before the pioperty of any man can he lenge to The engineer of the train, the road John S. Uhea to debate the new Company will enliven matters and put taken and applied to the use of the pub- constitution with him at Hodgituville, the town in the shape it was before the master, the master carpenter, and an aslic, its fair cash value must be in hand although he declined a similar challenge stringency in the money market. sistant civil engineer of tho Kanawha paid. A simitar provision exists in the from Mr. Khea, ioino weeks since. Mr. I'inoville is well supplied in every and Michigan railroad have boon indictconstitution of the Tinted States, which Hhea is willing to cancel all appoint'a., for manslaughbranch of business, including two banks ed at Churle-tiu- i, prevents the agencies of the federal gov- ments and make a new list with Col. jand two newspapers. The Messenger ter in connection with the wreck July ernment from depriving the owner of his Young, but the latter wont consent. His (With E. 1.. Davison, Jr., at tho head, I, by which 13 lives went lost HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, property until fair compensation is challenge is of course nothing but a Mrs. KliMhetli Farris was jailed at seems to tws deservedly prosperous, made. The reason for this law is plain. blub". He has no intention whatever Democrat weais the Mt. Veiuon on the charge of murder When a citizen is compelled by the law ol standing before an audience and while the Mountain of one who intends Mrs. Patsy Todd, a neighbor, who had bold and delimit air to part from hie property, the sale is not having Hhea tell how he (YoungHiad to got there it energy will accomplish it. lived with Mrs Farris before her mar voluntary, lie is not a free agent to the railroad reciprocity sretion of the,j,s P(itor, compositor, pressman, and riage fonif months wince, died a few days sell or not to sell as ho may prefer. He . .. .. ... constitution passed so as to lace money tlovil aili mine in .i ptmu jjf it n ago fr mi tllegetl injuric inllii-teu. v. upon inn may choose to keep that which ht has. from . L. & N. and put it in his pockrn Farris during a the Newcomhe. who is in addition his own her In It discommodes him to surrender it. He et. It would take even more gall than housekeeper, cook and girl. His may be of opinion that he can apply the isj-iLfthe colonel has for him to do so. a very imposing structure oillce is not condition or tui; property to a better use than he pos and would be only partial security from FARMERS BANK & sibly can the money ho receives in exTRUST 00. Thk Louisville Post, which uotwith-- j rough blasts of winter, but it is good change. And so the law, as it now ex- standing its frequent and noisy asser-- the l hlANKORU, enough for the present ami battling ists, having respect for his right of choice, tious that the constitution will carry by a At the i loc Of businr Jttly j, ttyt alone and hoping for better things, Bro. considerately infringes upon it, when tremendous majority, is not so sanguine a still' uppor lip, inNewcombe keeps KKMH'ltCKS. forced to do so, as lightly as possible, as it seems to be. In fact it is not sure' culcates true democratic doctrine and and wisely and justly declares that he that it will carry at all except by the .,.... gets in many a good lick against the new Overdraft J.4 'I shall not be required to sell on a credit. unfair means of printing " For the con-- . Due from HnJ,......... -iinr. r Y.- i- P - ooV- adc roPilrifMA.rfc1 sM7 IS. ,n constitution. 'w'iHin"sy.n-ijii He can not be forced take notes or bonds sUtutiou" on the democratic ticket, Haul limits, ruritiir Mat Ivtw. The People's Bank, Judge J. F. Slush- Current cifmn a no matter how well secured. He can which it demands shall be done. The tm.. OfJe APPt iCATlOrJ fllf?Ef CROUr is being changed to a na- Oih ... not be required to takeeven government State Central Committee has no right to er, president, RlcWDJOH-TAYLorMCwill be hereafter known securities. For all these tilings may place anything on tho ticket but tho tional hank, and mam units. Bank of Piueville. turn out to be of no value. If he be names of the candidates nominated by as the First National The capital stock is fixed at $30,000, all Capital stock ................ compelled to give up that which is his the Louisville convention and it is not Surplus and UmHvUuI prtriu Individual depoaitit . own, nothing but that medium of ex- likely that it will transcend its authoii-t- of which has been subscribed. c Due to Itxnk Harvey Helm is delighted with ... change which represents value throughat the dictation of the Post, which ............. and the mountains and is confident Iwt mnni ti'ni itiuil out the whole country is in law a satis- anniMO llti fl tint of the former's prosperous future, even ... '.' faction of the injury done him. No . . success of the constitution than of the '..,., if business is a little slack m his line I, Jithn II. Owvlejr, ca constitutionally be enacted, and democratic ticket. itr of Um aWvcd kmwI now, and he has to play base ball to till Hank. 4m --4Bly wr that thabo uiaict none ought to be enacted if it were conU true t t 1mm of my knowkds 4 bl(f. When asked by n reporter about Zack in the time. By the way he says the stitutional, which would compel one man JOHN II. OW&I.KV, Ckkr. MnsQu's Fruit Jars, Joint-th- e Phelps' tlirty charge that he was against Pinevilles can beat the Intkiuoii Sworn to bvFftr meWy J. 11. Owtey, tWt July to sell his property to another upon a ".V. M IIKIUHT, X. V I.. C. now constitution because it probib-- ! nau and he dares them to come up and ifct. credit. This thing for that thing, not Ring Top Jars, this thing for that promise, is the law. ited lotteries, to which concerns he was cross bats. Judge Boyd was on the train Friday Fruit Jars, Scaling The government ought not itself to do indebted for a house and lot in Coving-REPOKT OF THE CONDITION Bimplv said, with l en route to Whitesburg, the county seat that which a citizen can not be empow- ton, Senator Carlisle Wax, extra top and ered to do, unless there exists a his accustomed dignity : "HI own any j of Letcher, to try Stephen and Im Hogg THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Rubbers, Jelly Glasses. governmental necessity for the doing. house in Covington or auy other place, for murder. This is in Judge Lilly a l ST,NT()K), There does frequently exist a necessity it is news to me. Phelps, tho man who district, but the accused having sworn n llie Nut, f Kcolutly, at the clwt of buiat, Htass and 1'orcclain Kettles. for the taking of private property for made tho statement regarding me, used him on" the bench. Gov. Buckner comJ"ly v. l9l. ball club in missioned Judge Boyd to try them. publsc use, but there never exists a to bo president of a base RKMIUKCKS. Where two or three are gathered toLouisville." necessity for the taking upon n credit. !. anU ilixounu ................. fH.IH 4 gether in the mountain towns the But under the proposed constitution, Overdraft, curcd nml tinxcarnl .4 U.S. Douulass, late of the Libeity is mighty sure to be under S. Hood to tucure circulate ., the corporation which, exercising the Press, has started a paper at Jimtown. Knox will undoubtedly Stock, iMuritlct, cUimr., c.. .. discussion. power of the government, condemns vm 7 It is hoped that the Hussell people will give a majority ngainst the document Due from approvr irerve agent t.A (i private property, may tender the citizen . give mm a oeuer support man me w-- an(, UeU , ,)OS8ii,iy j0 likewise on a Due Irom ether Xatwnnl ItjnU j4g 4? a bond, note or any other evidence of in (Myites did, so line from Stute H.inU anJ lUtHkcri that he can in turn give smaler 8(ulef lho(lRh tllt, iinevillo ilanklng-houidebtedness which the corporation may furniture aMt AMiirn.. a paper that will do all interests in ver8. w:th t,e exception of Judge Un- iaiij t urrcut eeae :iad deem a sufficient security, and tho citithat section good. thank, are endeavoring to convince the Check and inherent iom . .. .. zen is bound to surrender the property. M7 7J Ilill ol.nh.T Uinkt .........- VeoV thnt tl, action of the new "MODEL. GKOCISKY" He may know that the bond or note will Some Notes of Mountain Matters Made by Premortal tpr .urrcrH-)ikkel Mul strumeut will bo to thoir advantage. Itinerant Scribe. involve him in litigation. He may know-tha' " . ..... r,i 40 U N"11the collection of it will subject him Middlesboro hasn't worn such a lively Tl,at ni,m',,s of VL'r' 6"rioUH t,0,,,,t' bl,t .58 ,,,, to costs, annoyance and all the vexation air since its boom "busted" as it di.i will hardly be disputed that it will inuro Ital tndtr Mo4 Redemption fuad with V. S. 'I'rmiHirer to the advantaKe of the lawyers. of a protracted litigation, yet he is pow- when au Intekiok Jouu.vai. man arrived nfiircu aihM .... 1,130 fr I.. nrnnro tnrmtMr fit rr:illinnt erless to resist tho forcible measures there Thursday night. The city was up ' Mr Total -4 7 which may be taken under this section. in arms over the arrest of Gillis Johnson the K., C. G. it L., with headquarters at I.IAIIIUTIK& I. J. under ( apital ntuik Cheese, Some years ago, the legislature of Ken- and Frank Uossiinus, who had been ar- Cumberland Gap, put the . tucky enacted a statue giving to railroads rested after a pitched battle in which renewed obligations for favors which Surplus fund IJ.MM ty ; and turnpikes the power conferred on two policemen were more or less serious were as gracefully extended as they were Undivided prultu National llanl Me oftan4itf.... 4jtu on corporations generally by this section. ly wounded. Johnson kept the noto- thankfully received. Mr. Florence has Individual dpoiu ub;t tr clltck. iMrac U Latnp,s Glass- - ami Quccnswarc, Tin- - and Woodenwnre, Fruit Jars, They were permitted by this statute to rious Gum Spring doggery and Uossi- a good position, with tine pay nnd easy lime certificates ol depevtt.. 00 9, Jelly Glasses, &c. enter upon a farmer's laud, tnkeasmuch inus, who was a discharged stone cutter, work, and is getting his road, which is a !! tu other N'jtlorul Mania it" 49 through a most pic- lu"o State IJ.inU.iiMl liankcri 47 of it as they deemed necessary for the hailing from Cincinnati, had been keep- new one and runs Stotk roluitlon I.Sao 00 right of way, and execute a bond for tho ing him company. They were shooting turesque section, in tine shape, as a trip 'lotal nm 71 damages payable at the end of the liti- around promiscuously when tho police over it proved. yiATKOI KKMUCKV, ( gation. But the court of appeals of attempted to arrest them. They refused DR. W. B. Count)- of Lincoln, NEWSY NOTES. Kentucky promptly held the statute un- to accompany the ollicers because they 1,G00 Acres of Coal and Timbered albuve aamrtl I.John J chier of DcittiNl. constitutional and void, and gave em- had no writs, and while they were parFrank Dice was lynched at Spencer, llaMK.do nolenMlv tvvtwr thjl that he above Mate- Lands mem it true in ike boat of mr kaiiw iIe and U , phasis to the doctrine of this country leying they opened fire ou the police I ml., for murder. Office South tide Main in office JOHN J McOIIKk'lif Ca.hir In Kavtern Kentucky, at $10 per acre or would ricaled hy Dr. I, K II utThian, Stanford, recently Ky. Subocnbed aiidtwurn to Ixifore me thi ijth day exi nanse lor kjood nine lir.ivi rami '. older than any of our constitutions, that men, who were subsequently A mysterious early morning tire at for iMttii.- y M. HKIOIIT, N. I'. I.. C of July, 1S01 C PITMAN, iilirt addre no man's property can lawfully be taken The men then took to the woods ami a Glasgow destroyed property valued at , Correit mIImi K 1? 4t W II VVDKN, or injured without compensation having heavy posse was sent to hunt them. The $tU,0G0. K. I, 11. COOK, 1 r I KosTfH, Directuri. first been made. This is the law of Ken- men were fiually captured, when the1 Another bank in Florida has gone J 5. Him kh, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. and should be forever. It 8heritl took Johnson, who is a cousin of . up, the First National at l'alatka. Lia- tucky STANKOItD, KY. REPORT OF THE CONDITION is interwoven with the common law and the noted Andy, to the Pineville jail, bilities $200,000. Ollitn..vir M, liolirtlt Ilrug Mire Ke.lilento is a part of magna chat Ut. Now in the line to lay In )our fuel fr the WinJohn Bayneshot and killed George OK while Uossiinus was lodged in the cala Jm II Owen, mupot) at thf jun. lion el ter at heap raltt Send J.5 to the Bailroads, turnpikes and mauy other boose at Middlesboro. About i' o'clock Bradshaw at Burgin over a game of THE NATIONAL and DaiivlUt )ikr BANK OF HUSTONVILLE kinds of corporations aro of great value. that night a mob after forcing the elec- craps anil made his escape. In the Stat" of Kentucky, .it thi- clove of Ihimiicm. Laurel County Coal Association The Intekiok Journal, is favorable to tric man to shut off the lights, went to Col. Orlando Brown, July 9, i&ji them, holding only that they should be the jail and succeeded in securing Uossi- over this State, died suddenly of heart HOUSE, RHSOLKCKS At I'llttl'iirnh, K) ,ind rder Kive llundeisl restrained from abuse of power and from inus. lie hallooed and begged so loud- failure at his home, in Frankfort. I.ojii anil ili..oiiiit F. H. JioO 7;i i) (jimi) lluthel .ar ul their dot lump coil on tack encroaching upon the rights of the peo- ly that he had to be gagged, and in doat iiiincv ilmuld l:u A son of Senator Jones, of Arkanpieirni Ovc.ilraftt, securcxl and utikccnred.. ,6;j jj vim you lurfrarncti delivery on IIravk coalSlanlard a at nvti g4. ple. They should be given every a school teach- I' S lloinU to Mxure circulation London, - - - Kontucky. ing so some of his front teeth were sas, forced J. F. Shipley, ii.iaim in tar load l"tv Due from approved reterve aent consistent with wise and knocked out. A rope was then placed er, to shoot him at Washington, Ark. I hoc moved to ray new Due from other Nation il Hank Hotel ..and . am better Ii3'9 '4 judicious legislation, care g taken around his neck, the other eud secured nriii!iril lit in . i nviiimnirHiatii the pubic. Gen. Thomas M. Browne, Due Iroiu State ItanU and Hanker " I.iveryattachMl and every convenience d that they should so use their own as not to a neighboring bridge, and the victim from the "Burnt District" in It.inkinj liiin.c, furniture and hxturea. I, MIO 110 viicu. itivi: nic a call. 77 to injure the rights of others. In the very pushed oil". His legs were loose and he Indiana, died at his home in Winches Currunt fxpene and lane paid .KV Premium on U. S. llumK nature of things there cau not be perfect managed to get one of them over the ter. SIANKOHD, KY., Checks ..iid other dull itwn t'5S equality before the law, but so far as rope,but it availed him nothing.and only The Fayette county assossessment II lUo! other Halites Ji4J equality can be attained it should be en- made his death slower by strangulation aggregates ?23,O00,0O0, the rate of taxa- Fractional (Kipcr turrine, nlckoU and . forced. There is no reason illustrated The body was cut down by tho police tion is 79 cents, which produces a revetf'tt" .! ol . by experience or founded in necessity next morning and a more hideous corpse nue of $1(11,000. 'I hit Hotel, reuuvatcd and rcfurnuhrd, now . .. . i.tl(Mi lenuer- uoxu OO in my charge uul intend to condu-- it o as tA why a corporation should not be com- never met one's ga.e. The remedy was In a collision on the Chicago and KiHleiiiition fund wltli U. S. 'I'riMMuer lt luit to and not obIj maintain ittlniili refutation, to tt lone Hit pelled to do as a private individual must a fearful one, but it seems to have been and F.rio railroad, near Kenton, Ohio, friend. Special per tent ufcirculatinii Ste ja and fino rooms fur rommercul traveler do, pay cash for what it gets unless cred- needed to put a stop to the flagrant out- nine laborers were killed, and many oth ''0,a' the dloploy cfnainplcv I lv Nils Ifllixj ...... . $I7,S7 ao rt'Z it is voluntarily given. Promises to pay lawry at Gum Spting, and the only re- era were injured. I.IAIUI.ITMJS. First-Clas- s A Saloon are not payments. Security for a debt gret seems to be that Johnson's neck :.... Tyler Chambers waylaid anil killed Capital to.k iaid in 00 burplii fund .... w, And IIII.I.IAKDand POOL HOOMS atlaLhcd cash on the debt. In con- was not also broken. is not the Riley Garman in Adair wnoiu no mis Kv j7 if JOSKPH COrH. Undivided prut'itv sj0 j9 demnation proceedings the credit system During a brief stay iu the beautiful took for another man. The court will National Hank notev niittand!ii); 11,15(100 has never prevailed either by authority and shady little city of Barbourville, the make no mistake if it orders the sherifl' lluliviclnul dcpott mliJMt to clifck . 9,46j 16 Due to other National Hank of law or by force of custom. To begin writer had the pleasure of meeting a to hang Chambers. 3(gj, ,. 7,515 now, and that beginning to be forced by number of its substantial citizens and Judge Lynch got in his work Satur- Due to State ll.mkv and llankerv Situated in a beautiful valley on Dix Klver, about rigonof organic law, would be forcing of becoming aoquainted with the I. J's day as far as reported as follows : Mack Toul near the county nud 7'J7 ao 4 j mile can of Stanford, Stanford and STAIK OK KKNTUCKV. Prearh Icidlns from Guheii 10 the upon the people a vicious innovation valued and handsome correspondent, Brown colored, in Blount county, Ala., County of Lincoln J emvillo pike, will he npeii for thote ceklng; a iiii t could not possibly be to their ad- Lewis D. Sampson, Ksq. Mr. Sampson for robbery and an assault upon a farhealthful Summer Itcuirl. which I, J. W. Mocker, Caihler of the above named et, plraant and accoinmodatlmiswill be furmthed toguesti awcar that the is a little off color in politics, but lie is mer's wife, Frank Dice, awaiting trial at Hank, dotolcmnlv 01 my kiHivvirugenbove ataicruclit and, a the Springs have been ry recently open, vantage. s ...n; ... me mm oelief. STANFORD, KENTUCKV, Amonp the termt will ho reasonable uurn The advocates of tho new constitution all right otherwise and is going to make Spencer, Ind., for murder, and W. H. of Tuiiscrinca anil O. K to before mo thu g, dav ek, amtuemenU will ho dancing, lioatliit, the mv ' . . . fiihlrnj, ny i8yi July, PKACOCK. N. P. I. c. Miop on Main """:'" limn.1 an. . 1...:....a Mua treet. or etc. Carriage will meet unfits at Kcwlaud when .DOltB Purtiuan ""er are uttering a protracted bowl about the a mark for himself. v Walker, the negro ravisher of a white (.1orrcct uttett. .fc. will open with a natronace. notified. The teuton ol 1891 Prnmnt m.ilr.. .......u : .. 'uu P. liters. -T ? J. way the corporations are ruining the Barbourville is making extensive pre- girl, at Decaturville, Tenu., were each na '., iauir anu cnnurep Work Grand Picnic June ly. Term for board can be ;,,..l ..,... 1 VI. POWRLL, ......um iu ,".'r Director. had by addressing u..o in me Mievi styie witn neatness and di. country, and are loudly proclaiming from parations for a fair to bo held Sep. 3 and ' hanged by mobs. Y.UWARD ALLOHN,) J. V. COOK, Pror., Stanlord, Ky patch. j CcUlWccI-- I V UhTDinD InllDUM W. WALTON. for a re- nf tlwir rvrvunrrt Is itUDCriOUS. This was the burden of .Mr. Clay's to the people of Lincoln county; but this section (251) confers privileges evor' stump that the necessity 4. Htrii-lir- ail-dre- ss thst-clas- s half-mil- NEW FIRM. & Successors to s d McRoberts Higgins, dealers 'air-prisin- g SIM),-00- 0, bee-tio- n, y CIOTHING, 1ST A uuie FURNISHING GOODS O EWEA 1 iyj MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES dillii-ultv- Dn it nino - 1 IWIMFNT n-fiXl- S tfl .. I FOR MAN OR BEAST Do. i ... .1 PEEDYfyg? Apr "'J" 'Ar Wnt loAiNn y Pine-vill- d 1 law-ca- Fancy & Family Groceries I ! l. j 1 . 11 law-the- m e, im , .... Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, ' in-a- t - For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and .1 ct. I- ! . Dried. ippies, Peaches and Prunes, Rice. Pickles, Preserves and Jams; - - FOR SALE. PENNY, tr-t- ' Mancln-vicr- I to-da- Farmers, Attention, I Hut-tonvl- io-6- m well-know- - n THE RILEY H1I,RV,-Proprtotor, .1 .. . . PORTMAN HOUSE, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 1 si'' 1 .S nniTi.'.i-tinnnf- er ,.,, NtirafP.l "b lvHI . w COOK'S SPRXrSTGS First-clat- Vw!i -I -S8-- I iit-i- E. II. FARMER, T0NS0RIAL .ARTIST, ... tl. ....., --'"..-.- T -. .& TiT n "7 - W wjyiiii!tfjpiyiipwiHi''iwiw ..Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal - mx Cottage on upper Main Don't forget that your account is p ast Location due. Please call and settle. J. U. Fos rooms. street, containing " ter. good. Miss Liivio Hen.ley. For S i I 5 The Greatest yFF AWAITS YOU AT THE v Stanford, Ivy., .Jim.v 21, 1S01 B.c,WAi,TON,uuR.MannRor MEANS BUSINESS. " Tuts is to notify tho public not to hire Yoi'B account is due and ready for or harbor my boy, James Washington you. Please call and settle. W. II. Carrier, who is a minor and has left home without my consent. C. It. Carttiinn rains have fallen hlnuu our last decidud- - rier, Gilbert's Creek. issue and tho weather has been FWty M"nr- i (lom at A. It. IVnny'fl. ('ii bley .Stkwaiit was fined in Judge 01 it iKTOiint 1h now irmly. Carson's court yesterday $10 for whipcat niul Pfitltt. A. It. IViiiiv. Hkk vour wntuli, clock iunl iewolrv ping Mu wife. repairi-ii'ii- t A. It. lVnnyV. All work I'lt-ns- e F son wist, lii'niitifully nml artistically ly pleasant. , IIvha.m Litu, a darkey who lived in the TurnerHville neighborhood, died last week from the effects of wounds received in tho lute war. Hediew u pension at the rato of $3 per month. XtQXJXSiriX.XiE-STOXOur new Fall i I. t Ma. J. 10. Svndbus, of Dilton, (J.i , is set of liar Fixtures, nice walnut, introducing a novel device for detach Goods we nnis, Vi, Imuulit Ht A. It. Feniiy'H will in s macondition. Will sell cheap. U iiijrai'l free of rlinrt!. ing a hor.so from a buggy. By its use all I). MviCollum, Junction City, ny. Goods AddiesH J. to we ilangnr of accidents are avoided since Ky. PERSONAL POINTS. til., tmrim iu ili.f niliitM tiv n ultiinlti filrfiUn -Hon. W. H. Miu.hu and Uwirgc W. of the foot, lie guarantees it to work' J 011.H V. Cm riiii wunt to lx)iiisvillc ' -"" ' " ' " llll ' " tJentry will tell thu colored citixons of perfectly and last for years, ce ad. "" Sa'ir!ay. to vote on the now Mi'H. K. It. Joskm is visitiiiK rvlntivus that precinct how Cut. A serious cutting all'ray occonstitution, at the coloied church, at in Wnuif comity. curred on the excursion train just after weeli . we Mtt. M. V. .Mii.i.kii, Jit.t of Aiibtin, TurnurHvIlle, next Friday niuht, 21th. it left the Lancaster FairS'aturday night. every below cost. '1Vxk, wiir lion Friday. all-wo- ol Tun Days. Wesley Kim:, alxui East John Sams was cut in the kidneys and Goods: Vests Mil. McLean, of X.islirillo, was thu Knd darkey, was brought here Friday to other portions of his body by James CSay $4-50- ; punt of Mrri. .1. (J. Uiivh. Vest a 10 day's sentence for fighting. It over Miss Kittle Hurl, whom both loved. Mr. II. ( Uii'Lky linn Iwun vteltltiK srve jsiacii, conquest UUOj uoar.s sitiii that the other darkey got the best Suns had retired from active that day, lis .lnuylitcr, in Minion. for thu fair otie'rt hand till of thu tight, but King was the aggres.soi Wii i I m.i. v, of 'IVxiih, id vtaitini: 1Ih and lie bad to Miller the consequences. when he tried to renew the siege. Miss tc iitnc, Mr. It. (j. Denny. Hurl objected, whereupon Sams made a, a, Mr. It. II. Chow, of lkrron, arrivwl JrixiK Haw KiMiiixiK is putting in an indecent remark about his previous and. jeMi-nluto fit old Mt'inlrt. clown, some gond licks against the new connection with her. He then wont oil" Mi Moi.t.iu ISmoqkh, o( Crnb Orehanl, mid will continuo to do so till and declared his intention of killing ix Milting! Mr.H. .1. J. Curpi'iitiT. Aug. :J. Xoxt Monday he will address Uav before night. They met on the Oil Goods, Shoes, Mh. L. T. Smith, tin wtHlonr, will the Koplof Ciarrard at Ijuieaster, after rain ami (iny tirst go'Jiis work in with ii ni' to Mt. Vernon tlii week. spekingat Perryvillo on the I'Mliatid at i knife. Sams had a pistol, hut did not Mim Fannik Ti uri.v, of Somert. in other Hints this week. use it. Gay was ai rested by Deputy to every s - rT ti iriet if .Ml4 MlisHii .VUhiiih. I.nwson while getting out of town, and to bu,y goods, Come Jovus, who is rttmlving law under was lodged in jail. Both Jok , of (.Axingtoii, mi. F. Ci.av, ! are natives of !nw, Mr. O V. Itiloy, at book. his brother-itin town la.--t week on buliit'Mi. Madison county. " Hampton is vinitin her Pineville, is uiaking speecbos in the Mi8 I.una As w s predicted tho Lancaster Fair cousins, the Mihhos Ahlily, In Itncimter. mountains for the new constitution. Mr. Mil. M.Mllfl. J. II. Owrnh, of Mar-- i Jones is pretty youthful but must have was a grand success. A tremendous !sbiiru', were up to nee rolutives Sun an exceedingly old bend to understand crowil attended and everybody went such a perplexing instrument as the new away satistled that the Ciarrard people I.iy. A. URHANSKY, are the finest entertainers in the State. Mks. (inoiiuu Drsi in, of Danville, in constitution is. MANES AND Oui editor was absent and the business Main Street, Stanford, Ky, V. It. Mauler nt Hon. J. S. . siting Mth. TiiK.Mt. Moriah Sunday school will manager was sick or both would have tihlt'jV give a picnic Saturday, August 1st, half Ul. .mi Mux. A. S. MoiTKrr, of Mid- mile north of the church. There will boon there to see how it was done. On The Coal Creek, Tenn., war with! thu first day Mrs. J. K. Baughmaii, of way, are the Client of Mr. and Mrn. V. bo exercises by the scholars, speaking this county, took the premium on home the miners seems to bavn been averted. I! !Iiiiiiii. A horse belonging to Col. Felix by numerous orators and a big spread of Mas. J. It. Wauiikn lias returned from of good things. Everybody invited to made cheese and Mrs. Robert McAlis- - Fisher, at Danville, Ml into a ter on embroidery in ilauuel. A. M. h pleHiHiit viit to herhon, IV. J.J. D.iw-ki- i, come and bring baskets. and was with great diiticulty extricated Pence was given the blue on thu best Oluvelnud, Ohio. nt after two hours haul work. Mux. Mmiy llci.i. Aimmh writes us that stallion under two years and the best Mi;. UiMitoi: 1) WimutN, of StanAfter a "nap" of 114 hour?, his Several other Lincoln ford, id here vlnitiui: Mr. and MrH. It. (!. Col. I). G. Slaughter did her a great in- double team. third long sleep, Jesse Street, the Seyjustice in referring to tho crowd that at- county people got second premiums. mour, Ind., child who is atlheted with Hail. Somerset Iteporler. M tiuw came over with tended her picnic. It was composed of Nothing of an unpleasant nature and no; Mk. Howai:i the " sleep disease," awakened Sunday .MifM Stella yesterday, who took the bcM people and no disturbance accident occurred till just at the close, morning with a ravenous appetite. Color whatever occurred. Shu is not running when John Burton, of Richmond, was the train for Kliaab.'tlitown. Mllos Nerve and Liver PUla Mivj l.Afiu Ki.i.18 loft Saturday for an opposition watering place to the colo- thrown from a sulkey and dragged 150 Acton a new principle rcKulatini- - the liwr, I.ouiHville, where who will remain till nel and he need give .himself no alarm yards, fatally injuring him. iititmach and loweli tliro'icli the nertes Anew ducoverv. Dr Milt' Iill speedily cure the busy hi'hmmi opena aitfin. ba taste, torpid liter, pile, constipation. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Somk 10 of the employes of the Uneijualsd for men, omen, thildren 'ru,illet, Ji duk'V. It. Yoi'.su, of tliu Superior nildetl, made a narrow escape SaturCourt, was here yesterday the iui't of his frreal A surest Fifty doe .'5 cent. Sample At Mr. John Griflin's R. IVtwy'i. day. A pound of dynamite had failed daughter, Miss Sarah, aged 17, will wed hid relative, Mm. It. C. Warren. MlMK.tCl.AIIA AM) Ol'MKI.IA I.AIKKY to explode and supposing the fuse had Mr. Nat Weaver, '1 1. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. were the KtieNtH o! Mr. and Mrs. A. It. gone out they went up to see about it. Judge Varnon united until death or When they came within a few feet of divorce shall part, yesterday, Mr. Thomas Denny during the I.aneanter Fair. And JKWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds Mu. K C. Walton, our euerp'tie 1um it, the explosion came and rocks were Jarboo and Miss Bernicia Minorca comeof Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. is renccH manager, is down with an attack of thrown in every direction and it ly maiden of Moreland. some, of the men were markable that malaria, In first mckneiw for years. Men make biff money John B. Adams, of Rowland, and Horn" Detacher. Will be handluii; the Triumph Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours in Stanford two day at and wife, of Galla- not killed. Mu. Sam Lukk Mies Mollie Sherron, of tho Hawkins' Nunncller's I. ivery Stable. day and night. i J. K SANDEKS, Patentee. tin, Tenn., nrrived hint week and are The Right to manufacture and exclusive sa,e of Tin: Teachers' Institute will hold Aug. Branch vicinity, weru mariied Friday. Kentucky for the liln father, Mr. William Lie key. my and will bo conducted by Prof. S. May prosperity and happiness be theirs. onlyintention for the State of ptrftct Detacher made for tale. Call and Mrs. Mils. F.i.ur. miktii IUm-k- v J. K SANDER", Near Central Park, Montana, Mr. on or address J. Pulliam, of Georgetown College. Each llo ti, Dalian, On. 40 Fannie Mackley, of IVoiia, III., have common school teacher is required by Thomas Gibson, of Gallatin Valley, and linen vinitiiit; the family of Mr. W F. law to attend. The proceedings will be Miss Fannie E. Wright, of Stanford, It.uii(uy. quite interesting to the public as well as wuie married on thu 0th, Rev. B. E. 11. Having Removed My Stock- Mu. J. It. Cook, of Cumberland Falls, teachers and all are cordially invited to Warren of the M. E. Church, South, ofHeld June 20, 1S91 atvompanied by Mis Mav Ituford, a attend, and by their presnco and co- ficiating. The groom is ono of our most elected to the thoinas W, Coviuuton beauty, wbh in town Friday operation bid the teachers God speed in popular and wealthy young men and his office of County Vainon, m thu was county, having Judj-Lincoln (or utdiort while, departed this hie and the office having bei lovely bride is ono of the successful tilled by eli tlon of the justices of tho peace their good work. Mrn. ti. Mn. ItoiuniT teachers of Montana. Blessings upon of said county until a successor can he legally IS. Cooper joined a lliiMnnvillu crowd Lksh than two weeks remain till the thu union. Montana and Kentucky aru elected and qualified, It t ordered that an elec.held in tlntob. hold tnesaid county by the officers uppuirt- Hack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can and left yesterday for a 10 daya' May at election and as yet no opposition is an nearer now. res mar election inereiu on tne etl W. Monday in August, 1891, for the elratiou of a sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken il uouueed to our county ticket. So far as Cumberland Falls. Nina Van Zandt, proxy widow oi County Judge for the unexpired portion of the tn exchange. Miwnts Hkttik ani 1'attik Mooiii:, of Mr. I). II. Ediiiiston for the legislature is thu late uulameuted Anarchist August term for vhicli said Varnon was electid. I.. C C. Acoy-A- tt. t.EO. II. COOPER, C. with their brother, Mr. concerned there will probably be none Spies, has become in her own proper I.exiuKtou, Jesse, aru vinitiiiK their cousin, Mias owing to his great personal popularity person the wife of Stephen Maletto, a with all classes, but there is an occasion- Sicilian fellow townsman of the Malia Fannie Vaiuleveer. with al assertion that County Judge Varnpn Society. Nina is pretty if tho pictures Held Jtihe ), i&;i, Hon.W K anion presiding Misa Maitiu Kiikitaui) came up her father, Itev. W. Y. Sheppard, to his may liaye. At all events tho democra represent her correctly, and is not so Thomas Richards who was elected j stice of thepe.ii.ein the Stanford civil district in Lincoln intereMiui: cervice at thu Methodist cy should be prepaied for any emergency much of a fool as her lirst mar- L.i , lu villi; resigned as such and said office bavchurch .Sunday night. Our republicans friends aru given to the riage indicated. She says sho yiulded to in been tilled by appointment until a successor tiallhed, it is order can be legally elected and Misa lUom.iA Kiiiti.kv, of Ludlow, still hunt mode of seeking election, so importunities with thu hope that thu ro- cil that an election bo held In said district by the officer appointed to hold the regular election for every dein lately a pupil of the Cincinnati training it will be the safest policy mance would save the neck of tho young therein on the 1st Monday in August, 1S91, for the election of a justice ul th peace tor the unex school, hiiH been enpined by I'reaident ociat to beat the polls and cast in his vote anarchist. pi red portion of the term for which said Richards M. Hubbard for the Kindergarten and for our admirable ticket from Hrown to J. wilt elected. Also a Justice of the Peace and Hustons die district; a Justice of Constable primary clanaeH. This ia an rfdditiou to Kdmistoii. Mason's Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, have 10nicuowe8 for sale. M. O. the Peace in the and Constable in the Turnersville district, a Constable in the Walnut Flat district; a the faculty heretofore annouiiced. as many of her Vanduveer, Rowland. Constat le in the Crab Or hard distrirt and a Lincoln probably has RefrigThk curative powerH of Hide's Well sons connected with delightful summer Four Calloway county men were Constable in thu Highland district COOPER, C L. C. C OKO ,a Mr. Ucorno are shown in tho fact that Coolers, resorts us any county in the State pop- drowned in the Tennessee river while II. Bruce went there with n .severe maulation of course considered. Hoth of seining. larial attack Thursday. Sunday he was Boss Quay says it is probable hu will the proprietors of Kock Castle Springs well enough to lake up, not exactly "hi resign thu chairmanship of thu national II. Cook, and walk home. aru Lincoln county citizens; J, Lincoln-ite- , republican committee on the LlKh. bed, but hia of KENTUCKY. of Cumberland Falls, is also a & Yesterday he and Mrs. Itruce went to Senator Morgan, of Alabama, anothas also aru Messrs. D. B. Kdmistoii, 26 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. Lexington. er silver crank with a spite against him, ; D. G. Slaughy, reporta Col. W. of Crab Orchard Springs AfP'icultui'nl, Srit'iitijic, l Tu k ter, of Green Briar; J. F. Cook, Cook's says that Cleveland cannot be nominated X in a I Clti$icittf O. Hradley, who linu been under treatIt. Flora, Hales Well, and I. next year. Commercial ment in n lyiuisville Infirmary for near- Springs; Mrs. Thomas Lockridge, wife of a School, Avadi'iniCf W. Shelby, Linnietta Springs. By tho ly a month, iih nearly recovered. At prosperous farmer living near Spring and Jlllitari Courses of Study. in this list are some mighty pleasCOUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED least he ia Mrong enough to alltrm very way and if you want to Hill, Tenn., killed two of her children FREE OF TUITION. emphatically that HarriHon will bo re- ant summer homes Sunday ami then committed suicide. good and at the same time Kail term begins.SeptenilnTtMli. Ism, Hoard nominated and that Kentucky republi- do yourself $2 per week, In John Farmer, the negro murderer In dormitory(.'tttulogue addressprhutc futilities il.M men, spend patroui.e your lu rl. For cans will assist to that end. of Dr. C. C. Buckner, a leading republia wiek or so at some of them. JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Lexington, Ky. Is Receiving His can, was taken from jail at Dermott, CITY AND VICINITY. It happened some time ago, but it has Ark., Sunday and was lynched by a mob. jfrav A. S. Fiust class brick for sale. J. 11. Fos- - just leaked out that the Odd Fellows, Post mortem examinations prove SURGEON DKNTIST. ter. while in lodge, had a rather peculiar in- conclusively that thu maladies proving to occur. A stranger camo up to so fatal to stock at Independence are Otlice on Mam street, oser V. II. Mc Roberts' 'uu cottage for sale or rent. Apply cident Drue Store, Stanford. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. thu lodge room door and whispered into Texas fever ami pleuro pneumonia. Belo T. M. Coodknight. r William Dough- cause of tho slow ness of thu Statu autho ear of CiiAiu.KY llittcicis, a littlo negro boy, erty something which no doubt that genthorities Washington lias been appealed ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, . - &!, mm wm-.-mr- r died auddeuly yesterday of heart disease. tleman understood to be the password. to. ' m.rrm v. x -T b'centh and Maria Streets, Thu plato mills of the Springfield had thu misfor-tim- e Ho was admitted and going to whero tho Mil. ItEl'ii Ksuleman leading ollicer sat began to salute him. Iron Company, at Springfield, 111., burn- Louisville, - - - Kentucky, to step on a rusty nail Saturday, Dealerln. His gestures were not recognized by that ed Sunday. The mills weru used for WILL Ol'KN .MONDAY, MAR.s, which has reudered him considerably gentleman, however, and in disgust the making steel plates for tho armored 1U in? sold out our entire interest In the hotel, lame. strancer asked what sort of a lodge was cruisers being constructed for tho gov- an Jefferson street, we 1mb moved to our old stand that we occupied for ycirs so successfully 1 MErngBWl havk a nice stock of buggies, it that would treat a visiting brother ernment at San Francisco. dttfOLmW on Seventh and Market streets, are now fitting it will sell them at with so little courtesy. On being inand pluetons, and Preparations for the World's Fair up in elegant shape, new throujliout and the outfit will in every way be elegant, including one ot Twenty-ninnricea which defy competition. Joe Sov formed that it was an Odd Fellows lodge are making progress. Hale's Safety Passenger and llasgage Eletators ? Repairing neatly and promptwith all the late improvements. We want allot erance, Jr. the stranger began to apologize for his States have appropriated S2,(1'J."),000 for our old friends to come and see us in our old home. ly done. !'1 Twenty-fou- r foreign We promise )Oii that our rooms, table and service Ion Wilkinson, of tho West Knd, was presence, stating that ho understood it representation. shall the land. My wife, Mrs and that he had nations have officially accepted the in- Js II. be second to none in to be remembered to all Alexander, w. mis placed in jail hero Friday by Marshal was a masonic meeting friends and the will be nothing dishonorable by go- vitation to participate. A good show our lady them a hearty reception. glad to see them Fare Si per day, and cive Burns, of Hustonvillo. His charge was attempted I will take old gold or silver in exchange ior goods. (Stanford; Ky.) IO. U.ALEX AN I)Ell.ManaEer. 101 ing in. and a large attendance are guaranteed. drunkenness and disorderly conduct. iMirriiiitcil. Kkmkmiiku Foil 1 that nil silverware. wntchi'M. Si.k. A six-pock- Pool-Tabl- e and first-clas- will soon arrive and have yet on hand a great Hammer that are determined "r Y - " "- s UK -- - I consti-ttitio- are sacrificing if prices will accomplish, our aim Remember Clothing and Gents' Furnisharticle left over at and ing Summer Coats and Men's $1.75, worth $3.50; Men's Brown and Tan color Alpaccu, Coal and, at"$2.50, worth ucn s .'lipaoca uoats &if worm $z. noys' ana rests at worth $1.25; Blue Cotton Pants J5c; Men's Outing Shirts Jjc; Men's Gauze Undershirts 20c, worth 3ic: Men's brown Balbri$a,n Underwear 00c Suit, worth Sl.jO; Linen Cnfjs ljc pair; Linen Collars, standing lQc. turn Dry This i at your own price. Notions, Slippers, Carpets, Cloth, Rats, Trunks, $'c., .... Bon' t forget ! gel one of our handsome Jiochers with 220' worth of this at onetime. and get your Eggs, Feathers and Gensewi bought at the highest market price at ft is not necessary THE LOUISVILLE ci'-ter- STORE Proprietor. GABRIEL, Managers. W. B. McROBERTS, Wall Paper, well-fille- d BHXJGGIST ABTD JEWEI.ER, Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Every Shade and of Alabastihe; The Best and Purest WhiteLead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and Neal's Carriage Paints; biliout-nex- t, e to-da- Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil verware, Watches, Clocks Triumph Horse Detacher via-itin- n 10-1"- ), Ho-s- e REMOVED. tions, Etc., Lincoln County Court, e Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- 11 -- Lincoln County Court. IB. jT. ZROTTT. SEASONABLE GOODS. U Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells Lightning Fruit Jars, Grain Cradles, Moiuing Blades, Leonnard White Mountain erators, Water B. K. 1 11 CTAfPCOLLEGE J'Jiifi-ncevlH- urip-sac- Freezers, Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. W. H. WEARE1T. Courier-Journa- or fellow-count- y tttftmfW: thi :?-. -- PRICE, Springs Summer Goods Xs E0BT. FEXTZEL, door-keepe- 1 v,l sur-rey- B T' rL rwnm - .mm, mwm, e xi.rratWi All Work; Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. JtLvkj w Ww ISTj l Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr: AT Lleut.-Guvcrn- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Governor .. ft' PublUbod Every Tuesday and Fr day State.John Young Ilrovvn Of Hctutdr-oti-. MR. AND MRS. BOWSER. .M.-ik- ly i'Krt YJ8AR.IX jVD"riY2s?CK rWhen no, so paid Ofilcll. Attorney General Of Fleming. Auditor .'.... - Mitchell C. Alford W. S2.50 w'li se charged J. Hendrick Luke C. Norman Of ltoone. .11. S. Hnle Tlmt tho family Vt'licnl Ho Itiimul. "I'd like to get my hand on tho clmp who made this shirt for about a minute!" exclaimed Mr. Howner the other morning as he shoved away from the breakfast pome Domestic Inrlilriit tabic K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. a. m., returning Train naves Rowland at at 5:10 p. m L. & N. LOCAL "Anything wrongf" queried 1 .Mrs. Bow- In Memory of Miss Nannie East, iSjt, aged o ears and t week, Cold and white are her lips and labored her Lot on breath, with Uated While the watchers are waltlnermseasy. breath the end must come, she Is Hearing the goal, For Where tnfmite Joy greets the weary toul. Dear mother, she murmurs, so tender and low, 1 am coins to Jesus, kiss me and I'll go Who died J uly 11, FOB. SAI4SI Main Street in Stanford Containing 1 to seres, iflMIJiflma "xli -- ti)jJocisviitt HtwAiBsiitx CHjtAtaftir(a- - TR WALTON, Stanford, TO MYERS HOUSE, n . , And . Trcasurei Register....... ..... Of Graves. Of Welle. .G. Ik wango E. P. Thompson TIME CARD. 1 Supt. luttruction.. a 113:1 m 6 Mail train some North South " Express train " South " " North Local Freight North J) pm 134pm OfOnen. The latter trains a ho carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. time it about so minutes faster South. 4?m 59m 512pm Clerk Court Appeals- .Of Harrison. A. Adams Judge Solar Representative., County. K. Varlioii ... .1). II. Kdmistou CONSTIPATION and other bowel complaints cured and prevented by the prompt use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills They digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, Lowell, Mass. fe and greatly assist regulate the liver, cleanse the stomach, R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. lh upstairs. Office on Main street, opposite I'ortman House, Nitrous Oxide Gas given fur painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. HIC t Cures HOMEOPATHIC 5AIV2, ruts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter burns, dew poison and bruises Wherever it has been used it lias given wonderful satisfaction and its nronensitv tar rentcrinc soreness is remarks-hie. Numerous testimonials will be secured and will appear 111 this space at a later date. Made and sold by Hoi-sJ H IIIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. yr 1 THE SHELTON HOUSE, J. H GREHR. Proprietor. Rowland, First-clas- - - Kentucky 94-1- accommodations at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Sample room and good livery in connection. s John 13. Caulcman A G Lanham ROYAL insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. B AKBEE & CASTLEM A1NT MANAGERS, Commerce Building', Louisville. Agents throughout the South. their husband's comforts, but" "Mr. Bowxer, you ordered thoso shirts yourself!" she Interrupted. "Certainly." "You were atl. lied with them!" "Yes." "They set perfectly lovely!" "Wellr" "Then what have I to do with It?" "Mrs. Bowser," he calmly observed, as he rose and assumed his favorite pose, "there are such things as buttonholes in shirts There are bauds and yokes ami seams. A .shirt may go Into the bureau folded in an intelligent maimer, or It may lie milled and crumpled aud spoiled. A wifely wife looks out for these things. A pity. wife who doesn't care two cents for her husband's carriage, one that about suchcomfort doesn't concern herself A new electrical trifles. Good morning, Mrs. will go this time, is claimed to have been Bov.serl" He hadn't been gotte half an hour when invented by an Indiana man. It will run on the btored accumulator plan, aud Mrs Bowser wa.s looking high and low for his will bo so cheap, the supply of generat- had nightshirt. It couldn't bo found. It disappeared ofT the face of the earth ing material can be renewed :o easily, leaving not even a button !ehlud, Wuon and the macliinery itaelf will be of Mich he came tip to lunch she said: "Mr Bowser. I can't liud jour night light weight that we may expect to see electricity gradually take the place of shirt." "I presume not!" ho calmly replied, The ".some houses have a head aud a system, the faithful, long nerving hor.-e- . maohiue can be umhI for any vehicle, aud the nightshirt don't net mixed up with from a heavy road wagon to the lightest the potatoes down cellar!" "1 don't lxdicvo you took It off this morn pleasure carnage. If it is only ,1 euro lug. You put yourdayshlrt on over it, ami enough go this time, if tho (streets really that's the reason yoiv had such trouble." nre to be freed from horses, the increase "Mrs. Bowser, If you wish to infer that in health and happiness to the dwellers I'm an idiot just sjo.k right out in plain language!" roared Mr, Bowser across the in cities will be immeasurable. , table. "But you might, do such a thing." Tho final treaty of the EuroiKNtu Cus"So tho Hudson rivur might run Into toms league will be hignetl at Berne, Iauko Kriel It'r. far more likely that J on Switzerland, July 20. Under the terms carried that shirt up in the garret or down cellar. I shouldn't bo .surprised to find the of this agreement none of the four girl using it for a dustrag in tho Kitchen!" contracting nations Germany, "Mr. Bowser, you've uut that shirt on! I Italy and .Switzerland can know It! I'll dure you to remove jour colshe form a commercial treaty with any otbei lar!" have exclaimed. "1 said that this house had no sysnation without consulting all the rest. tem," he slowly replied as he rose from the Tims Italy cannot admit American pork table. "To prove that am right I will without iwrmi.ssion from its bitterest takeoff my collar and unbutton the band enemy, German. Of course all nations of myIt shirt. Xow, then, are you satisfied is owing to your want of attenoutsido of tho league, and particularly that tion" the United States, will le affected by "You've got It on!'.' sho Interrupted, as she pulled ;t the baud of his nlght.shirt. this treaty. "It cati't be"' "But hero it 1st You forgot to take it July 1 the McKiuley law went into efouT' fect on tiu plate. Previous to July 1 tho Mr. Bowser turned pnlontitl walked off duty on tin plate was .1 a hundred upstairs. Ten minutes later he came down pounds. It is now .$.20 a hundred aud said: "Mrs. Bowser, don't ever play another (touiiiLs. Tin plates imported before July such trick no me!" I will therefore get tho betie&t of tho "Why. what had I to do with It?" sho price without paying the duty. asked. Never you mind about that, but don't In anticipation of this the tiu importing the kind! I trade was lively just previous to Julv 1. attempt anything more oftltfivo strictliiifs iiltuiiiiltf l nn.l ' ii iiwirii "' Just at the close of June 3,309,000 '"",; pounds were landed in New York fron. Tho other awfully hot day he came limping home aud tell into the oliair and Europe in one day. Anstro-Hnngury, Canada importa still $2,000,000 worth of hog meats fro the Uiiititl States. From 1S83 to lSS'J the exports of hutter from tho United States to Canada more than doubled, amounting in IS) to $143,000. But the rest of tho utory is that not ono pound of this butter was consumed in Canada. Canadians would not touch Yankee hutter for home consumption. The butter was relabeled and shipped across to Europe as a Canadian product. But the importation of cheese to Canada from the United States is reported diminishing at last accounts. Tho reason is that United rftatM cheee has obtained a very bad name in Canada and Europe, from which it will take some years to recover. The bad name was partly deserved, too, more's the j spection, "lift mogetyouanothercollar." "It would only be the same. I suppose It's my fata to go through life with n shirt all hunched up between my shoulders and n collar sawing my earsolT. I supposo there are wives who pay .some little attention to "Anything wrong! Would complain if there wasn't something wrong? I)om any husband ever complain until tho last straw breaks the camel's b.ickf It's all hunches aud hunches and bundles!" "But it was only yesterday you were saying what an elegant lit this last lot were." "Xeversald anything of tho sort! Fact is I never had a hhlrt that fitted mo within forty rods, and never expect to hao, and It's the same with collars." "There Is surely something wrong this morning," she Haiti, as she made a closer In- ser. 11 pi'unVs Cease thy weeping, dear n.other, cl.iip me ntur P. W. GREEK, Proprietor o thy breast, For the angels nre calling, I oon shall be at rest. I have recently taken charge 01 HQlW-VIIilsi'jl- 'o When twilight shalldeepon over vatley and hilt, Hotel and intend keeping it at thispresent high will be still. standard. Special attention gon its the trateltng The heart's deep pulsation forever to l'ulluun Vesiibule.1 ItulTet Sleepers tnd 1 public. Fvrcwcll all ye lotd ones, her spirit has lied. Uutlet Chair Cars on all tmint through tu Chicago without change. And the mourners are woopiog twx.ki' their loved First-Clas- s On via the Monon and get thr Ileit for I lie least dead money. For information address In connection Alto IIARKKK.O. 1' A., Chi. ago The white hands ate folds! OH thr Slid brea.t. W O CKISH, D I' A . I.oumi' Thc mute lips to silent give no nswmir Yet yen has e the assurance that with her all it IF VOf AKE liOlKti.. well: Th.U the one you laved fondly wilh tlie angels doth dwell, Tho' her piesenee shall jrlnddtB thy home never mor Finding that I can nnt makt a decent living by dn all Shelt waiting; tn greet yon on yondor bright doing a credit business, I have decided lo making g, buggy and wagon of my shore. II y awl repairing for cash, and for cash 011I) paMHg cash )tn e.111 set work done cheaper as "Twas sad lo see thee hroathe thy last, a avoid tlw humiliation cf hosing statements well Hut JtMis called for thee tn colli. preseutsl esery fe weeks WAt.rKRriF.LDS. Ne thy sufferings all are pan. 1 urHemilte, Ky And thy tweet spirit rest at home. LOUI0VIILC4 NAOHVILIC R. U, A Km R.N n JI'lO Sample Room tres J.s Pool and Billiard Parlors. FOR CASH ONLY. hnrse-tliocin- BrORTHWEST, thi: n MM Is the line far you, at us Make cloie Grippe lust season Dorms the ctmlcmic uf Discover for ConsmnptHss, Dr. King's N-pr red tt. be tho best remedy Coughs an . O' Reports froi .i.atiy who ued It confirm this statement riiev wore not only (illicitly relieved, but the diea4' left nn bad alter results H t ail you tu Kite this remedy a trial ano we guarantee tnat j 011 will be satisfied with results, or the purchase It lias no equal in la price willbe rctulided Grippe, or any Ihroat-- C best or Lurjr trouble rial buttles tree at A K 'enny's Drug Sure Large K)ttlc -v La Grlppo Again. '. li ICE, ICE We will deliver ice each I Double Dally Trains cntie tens at TIIKtlUt.ll TICKFTS sol I or any inf rinnii n J A CAkl'l nornia; at fnlUivss- Under 50 Pounds 1J cents, over LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points 50 and under 100 1 cent, over D. 100 1 yifd$i .s of a cont. M. F. ELK1N ijr llAC.tiAt.K CIIICKKD 1MKOI (.11 Manl rJ, K) Agent I'a Jt ntii .n T tv Kj & CO., r Mr tn pure It of Agel-t, ng sisiRers. uilr. Imuvfj He Ujfev n? 3s Stanford, Ky. I'JSN.'lr ltm " MOTHER'S Afierii'lrig 1 Lifeoj Jioilirrtti.il it Sit 1 ft lic-urtl- 1 to Chtl-I- . i " &n Sts5AI i 1 FRIEND rU-i- m Vk '3 X I MIOSES : G) TSr;ssi-r- Jlobj Confinement of if J JtVJiU IJL . Kdtifi W t' tn on its J'ufn, Horror atidJKUk. ansi. iuul, Lamar, M , Jac S'nt ty oppress, ehtrret pne FC nelx"leof "31illier FrlfHd" ! luttemllm: llit.eMU. mil iIkiiihIMJ, cujos. Mrs. utlrrwaril uul In uali iJth, it Wx'r Ih :ile. I' k t. 21 inters ma.lsl free. UltAUFDILU JII!I hlTOlt CO., tO 011 AT!ilNTA,CA, ).Y AU t". T5. 1 " ll t IV I - LnCt h iip I iTntfs Pills i Making St. I ilii..t not. IVrirpit, itcieiAiiJ, Inil tnatoli an(t ti West, oiii. M lt for .i(.H I'mkU. in Central Lhuao, !l'iN.o, Ono box or lliosojilIU wilt nisvo tnniir stoclor'H bills. Tliey u.ro dollars inprupurcsl mo m specially SAVES MONEY. New Virlc, liar' 't llarmi? remised .1 ...Ute ' tr. lam p Jirllo rsanwci 3 gi",'Ttn in anytui g t .y mar (afl wish in m l.re wai'e "i th.inn ais IIIOMI'MA "Uiue JrSSI- CtnaJa. Nswl'mUnt, ner.i.lli my '"Hop t .1 tVeC'ooi ia-t- Washington, 1 anil mippllf" n s? nut Issue i""H. T!tjr res. niosc iiiihuullliy Hrrnniiilatliiiis froin lliu lioily, sslthoiit imnsea ur criplnc'. AUupteil to ) on ii ami old. l'rlro, a3o. Fainily Medicine, SOI.I 13VKUVW11E1SE. - Irl irrt tai II te! ;jew Philadelphia, llalttioor. l,'uicVet time to II rr Mj.rmif , I rank fort, Kr Rulmsuntl, ShoriMi ana IKI.1MA t,)iii ke.t line lo ISoston, DR. JOHN M. STANFORD, - CRAKJ, KF.NTUCK I I Homoopnthio Physician, Office Hours. lo to 11 a m., i to j p m , &t 9 p m Otkce on Lancaster street, opposite court Ivcute. ) SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUCHS SCOTT'S CURES If 11 m I COLDS Cars, smoVint; tars ar coshps. Pull-natoud.ir thlouh with iCntilianKe viaChaitan oa, HirmlnL;hain, Mr r Ian musing direi t connei 11 ' rn route lor Knus- ville, Aihcvilk, Lynthliurirano x.ints in the Solid Trains, bajiftv JiDiisxrjriAN, !rrs 1 CAin'OJLKIAw, l'tc jn CONSUMPTION At Chattanooga for Vilanta, Columbus, W iirub; Ion, Cnarlfston, Aujuita, Mar. in, Ssvinrir., Hrimick, Lake Cll) IlMOiattillt and r l.OUI . Wasting Diseases lound ij A WARNING. . i wiles West of Wasnesbur.-- under th penalties prescribed for such titsp . s JAMES McWIIORTIJR, Wtemile, Ky Q.jm Wonderful Flosh Producer. per day by its use. Slnny linvo painoil ono ScotVrt ijimiiHion "" I ! IsiOftaB. 1'etfnis are hereby forbidden 10 fish in mj hike, W. A. TRI3BLE, Local Agent, STANFORD. KY i i I h r THE GHZXV HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR i I Mary Andeison tells an American newspaper interviewer that she loves her native land better than any other country, aud always will do so. Oh, yes, sho loves America dearly. Then she immea house at Tunbridge diately lea. Wells, near London, for tseven years and furnished it in gorgeous stylo as a residence, "ransacking all England for antique furniture and pretty fixings." How she does love America, to be sure! "It is tho general opinion of shrewd rrSni nilnmnJ iniM business men that the limn who expects SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, to get one dollar's worth of goods for less SORfcS, CROUP, DR0NCHITIS, &c. j than 100 cents deserves to be and is quite PRICE DO CENTS. likely to bo iiUnppointed," says The tu-ra- l Send, three stamps for free op!a Ne Yorker. box and book. two-ce, tffOB groaned: "I'll be hanged iff I don't hire a blind woman to comu here and look after my things! My feet are all cut to pieces by tliese infernal old socks!" "Old socks! Why, I bought 'em new for you only three days ago!" "Holes in both uf 'em, but I might have expected that, l.ook there!" He pulk-- olT bis hhoes and displayed a pair of all wool socks with a hole in the heel of each. "What on earth are you doing with tbo-- e Bocks on?" blie exclaimed. "I told you lwa night where to Unci hix new pairs of bummer pocks!" "Thoy weren't there." "Uut they were, and you went into the clothes press and dug these out of the bottom of the trunk!" "Mrs. Bow.er, you Mild I'd find socks in the bottom drawer of the bureau." LIME AND BRICK. I will deliver I Imest jj Cents a Hhel In Lancaster, Stanford and the iientr.lMirhwid. I will also load on cars at Cral. .Orchard, Urn k Give me a ch.ime. nt 75 cents a hundred FRH) Kill KOI R, Crab Or,lurd 7j6m properties of tho and puro is'orwoginn Cod Liver Oil, tho pottmoy of both boinpf liir,'fly incrented. It is used by Physicians nil oor tho world. PALATABLE AS MILK. ,S'tM remedy. It contains is not a secret tho fltiniulnt-ii- gem or lKaz Selma and lonlgomry, II .irt.villr, Dtsalur, llcrrlKC, Memphis and AUK WsA.S poinlt S!ioitt anl uu.A'til 10 Anmsioi Srlma. M bile DittCt tonneclions made at NliW (JR. I.KAN'S will. out omnibus transfer for I'lMvestoa Houston, Anson. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The onl) thrcoi.h line t Jac loon ano Miss. . Svhtv.jk tt I.j.,iiiali f .lirrs t r hn. tioaj without omin'us trsnsl.r I r Dallas Fort Worth, Austin Ssn Ant.ni, rU I'aso and 'intiB DA p.Hnis 1 he only line rMonioi solid tralot ith choic, StevpiHi: Cars to Ja L I'uilman lloudoir or soov illc without change Iwr jhj ilast of passtn Hypophos-phitc- H TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. For thruugh rii--s correct c unt maps tnd lut liiforinati.m call on AicM.t at tun t. .n Cur, Ky WOOI.LI.V, OfaddrMs rltANK iiav l'ass Aft , Letmtan, Ky D VII I.KK. D ti KDWARDS, ,v V. A 'I rath Mailer O Lm 1. pad O , . all irnjfff.. Kentucky GentralR.R. "IIH'K OltAHH ItOITU'Jfl." Tho Shortest and Qulckost ncu.o from Central Kentucky to nil points North Bant, West nnd South-WoKas Lino between Lexington nnd Olnclu-- I ' untl. TIIKOl till IKAl.N-- CINCINNATI TO M'O st s ICOTT Chomluts.N.Y. B. FLESCKER, Dealer in I QLH KY. ROUTE Newpott N s,V Mi- - . liey Co S .lit! Yetubuleu Trains to oreign A Dmeslic Steam bottled Preston, LOfli 1LLK, KY beer, warranted to keep sis rr.vilhs My goo-Iwill be found at the I'ortman llousj saloon and llros' , Kovslun I at s l WINKS AND MSSVORS, Washington, Philadoiphin Semi Akerman's and Milwaukre lttled Baltimore, Now York, beer. tM l'.st Jelfer)ii slroet, bet r loyd and & iii ,"L D. nnd J KI.LIC. SCMKDL'LK IN KFFKCT Nn. Soth-Houn- . All points Last and S.utl.cast O11I) on , 1. I MAY io.iJji No. 5 No I , Corrtctrd uiKht out Irons Levinuttw, Tune Card in Lffect Mas iv, itvi. JOltr-- t F.x. Sun. a in Dally t V.t Sun TAROID SOAP ABSOLUTELY PURE, FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH: AND NURSERY PURPOSES. $ TAR-0ID CO., Chicago, Hi M. L Do.irne, For tale by A. R. Fenny and Stanford. m?k $ &i ; He followed her up, and sho went to the T ( A. K. favurite roilte, the Cincinnati, Hamilton ,V Daj ton Kailroad, announces a rate ot bureau, pulled out the drawer and pointed $5 .oforthe round trip between Cincinnati and nl the O. A. K. to the six pairs of bocks resting there. Detroit on August 3, on "Yes, I see!" he observed, as he backed EnLampmrnt On August and 3 the round trip rate will be $7 a?. Tiilt-t- will be sood rtturmuir oil. "lint where were they last night till ug tS.with a provision for extension till when I wanted thcuir" hept 10, by depwltins tickets with the joint agent "Right there!" at Detroit "Uinl .Mrs. Bowser, I don't want to Fivo Dollars to Niagara Falls. way of keeping house. No husThe annul! chein excursion to Niagara Falls via criticise your the C , H A' D, Kailroad occurs Thursday, July band ever finds fault with his wife when it jo The special excursion trains will run via Tol- - is possible to avoid It, and ho is always sslo and Detroit and thence to the Falls via the j willing to suffer aud endure; but, Mrs. fouular Michiz.in Ceutral and will be solid trains.! consisting of through coaches, chair cats ntni Uovvser, I feel it my duty to sit down and sleepers. The round trip rate from Cincinnati or have a long talk with you, and to speak to Indianapolis will be $5 and to Toronto and return you very plainly. Wo must have a system $4 Tickets will be sold July 30, Rood to return here, or will be better for you to go back 1 s ' THE C, H. & D. A Cont a Mllo to Detroit. "Yes." "Well, there Isn't a sock there. There isn't the sllghtast reason to beliovu you ever put n sock there. I'll bet a million dollars to a cent thero are uo socks there!" For Stale Twenty (6 I JloUllll. IZuilcllsag' Lots "Comoupsulrsl" In ihe corporate l.rnlts o Rowland. U.y. DARST, Rowland. WELL 111 BOKIftTGi me at bUntord. I am well prepsred to bore wells nnd will.do the work a good manner and promptly At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or 31 ll addrest Kentucky. L. I. SMI rii. Aur 5- - ' . . , fo.isli-To cure union , new, . ' pntton, M t.'tru, t.Ue.M u ; ni!.X(i the eaffi au.l c. i' ,iiU' ViZ&T.'ZIZ. " k I, ? a Bxa 1 ' ' Through Car to Mackinaw. out of hcr a day for Detroit, Mrs. Bowser The through sleeping car service over the C, four truins a day and your mother II. & D and Michigan Central Railroads between Cincinnati via Toledo and Detroit and the fairy would meet you at the depot there. Socks! island of Mackinac and the Northern Lake resorts YesI I see them now, but where were they has been resumed for the season. These cars last night, Mrs. Bowser?" M. Quad in leave Cincinnati every veninj. except Ssturday, at 10 oVrleck, arriving at Mackinaw at 620 the New York World. next evening. For rates, tickets, etc , address any C, H. Ar D. Au Kxiireitsetl Desire. agent or E. O. McCormick, general passcngcriind ticket agent, Cincinnati, O. Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best talve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, slt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, erup tions and positively cures piles, or uo pay requir cd. It is guaranteed to givo perfect tatisfactior, Trice 15 centt per box. or money refunded. For sale by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. to your mother. it Bastisi's Saw Mill. I have finished my new Saw Mill oil tho Somerset pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford end air prepared to furnish any kind of LUMIIKR. SI INOLKS. Ac ,at I.OWES'l PRICES. I will sell the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Cilsc me a trial. Pastollice, MAYWOOD, K I will deliver sawed chestnut shingles at Stanford or Rowland at $. 2, per M. A- .crrir iiiva 1 i7"i . 41-- iy e You can get four tndns T'mo tUf bctuV' S?IAl.Tf?Jao vlj,? of t'Uher Mie, i.F.MITH&C0.Ui..r -, VTrWI?J?''WrT,P;rV','-n'-si-- SI ': : . n',. ' v.,i..M. ttilv, .i tliO TAXES ! TAXES TO TAX-PAYK- I ! Y: .. a ' T.i'JJiS fc'O. am prepared tocollect you taxes for 1891. districts. I have school tait to collect lor Come prepared to pay nil at one time. 1 hope will try to bo first to settle every tax-pay- er that with me or one of iny deputies viz: Richard M. Ncwlaiid, Samuel . Menefee. J. N MI.NKFKE. Sheriff of Lincoln Ce. 34.4m I OF LINCOLN COL'N-T- n FOR MEN ONLY! milJrjpT3er i.oorcri'AiiaiJ jOeneraientlhEIvVOUS Body lUkul, -- -- makhoopi in Mia HOOD roily Unl.rli, Haw I. mImti ki. bUMiUaHKK.UXDrTCtXjrilDliKbtiCSajNRTSUliioor. s4 AM.lul.is fersill.l' uuain n&aivi-v.aai- i ir a os HUI s.a Cuilrlti. W rlU Utu. tin UsUf j rr.ia so.tnls.tll.a UtKrisll. UmI, a4 tr9otiUi"trtutr-HMrNr CPIE MC040A1, CO., BUFF. O. N. Ys WsaatDCiiof and Kind, Erfectt a Vwtva u WI4 UI WU1.K, ..w.v Vmm bks Ih All Am Va.. UBlllIY Ac..c. . When When When When Baby was sick, wo gare her Castorla. she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla. she bad Cbl! rea, she gave them Castorla. FARM FOR SALE. LlttleGirl (to wnitlngeouclunan) Would you itiind pulling. ;ne and my brother arouud the block? I would llko to feel how it is to be driven by a real coachruuut I wish to sell privately my farm of 5 acres, situated on the Knob Lick Turnpike Vt miles from Stanford and known at the Old henry Hrigbt place. Tho frame dwelling contains 8 comfortable all ill good repair. Good rooms and water and locality healthful. Address, J J. SAM UKL, Danville, Ky 34-i- m rrm , -- Life. - 7 Lve Middletboro g s jl 1 m Lve Livingston... 11 15 a in -" Arr Richmond.,,, rt 46 a ih Fast Mail leaves lluiitlnnliw dully at Sno am, " Catlvtttburg 6 as, Ashland 6 37, Olht all ao. Mt Lve Stanford .. ... 7 00 a m Lve Lancaster.... 7 jo a in hterllag io7, W inchetter 11 05 and arrives Lei-lua m Arr Richmond. 1015 at iih; pin. Limited Kxpreit leaves IlunlliiKtim daily at I ao Lve Richmond.... 11 46 p in 6 05 a m pm, Cattottsburt; Ashland 150, Olive Hill Arr Winchester.. 19, 40 p in s 35 a in . 7 )) p m 301, Mt.Mcillui; 4 jt, Winchuttsr 4 .i andnrrlvo g a in lit leslnc;t(ii at ; jo pm Lve Lexiugton ... 1 00 p in 7 uo a in 3 45 p m Accommodation, dally exrept Sunday, leaves Lve I arts m 4J p m p Olne Hill 4 am Mt. Sterling 6 J5. Winchester Lve halmoulh... 4 10 p in 7 53 a m. 4 jj p m m 9 aj a 5 7 j and arrives at Lexington at 3 05 am. Covington,... 5 40 p m'10 49 a m 0 30 p m 17 dally leaves Huntington at 6 3! Arr Cincinnati ... 5 Accomiodallou Arr p inlio 55 a m fi 43 p m 50 pm, Catlettsburg 657, Ashland 7 10 and arrives at Olive Hills 55 pm. Kxcept Sunday leaves Mt On llranch. Vn l.m.. n,... .1 r.--.. .the.Mavtville 11, ai o ij, p , m, arriving at Sterling at ao pm, Wlnchuxler 55 nnd arm eta III .iiunu, Lexington at . 45 pm Maysvileat iciio.am, and 830, t, m. No. , Limited Vestibuled F.xpress runs daily and tat leavetMaysvilleat 5 ao a m, arriving at Pant at 7 40,am. No. 11 leavet Maysville at 1 jo and Pullman Vestibuled llulfet Sleepers between Lous,ast& ItttIM I" isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and arrivet at Pant at i in n daily except Sundav. Old Point Comfort This train is made part of t lie No itdIIyt.)all points except Rowland Dlvis celebrated ion, which is daily exccpttSunday. .vo. t imisuaiiy irom l.exmg.on to Cincinnati .No, a runs daily East of Huntington on the C. .t(), Route No. s runs daily from nil sutfons escept the 'I rains run dally except Sunday beFast Mail Division, which is daily except Sunday. tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct Rowlanddaily No. 3 except Sunday. connection at Huntington with C. .V O. ; at Ath No 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington ; at Winchester with K C. R land wuh S. V. R No at Paris and Lexington Accommodation daiR. north and south bound, and at Lexington with ly Leasts Lexington 10.00 a. in Arrives 1'ans L & N , L S nnd C , N. O. .V T. V. Rallroadt. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, 10. a; a in No. Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinexcept Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and from K. C points and at Lexington with L. .V N. nati 5 10 p m Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m dally except Sunday, R. R. for Louisville. No. j Leaves Falmouth 6 no n in. Arrives CinLexington and Ml Sterling Accommodation runs dally except Sunday, and makes direct con- cinnatia - 55 a in dally except Sunday. No. and 6 make connections at Winchester for Mlddlfslmr-ougnection nt Winchester to mid from and Richmond, and at Lexington with L, S. points aon the N. N. M. V R'y, E- - D. No. carries through cars from Cincinnati to Hv for Louisville Middletborough and Cumberland For full information ill riuard to ratet, loutet, termediate stations and runt dully. Gap and all inAc , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines W.I. MUNSON.Ttav. Pats. Agt., ClnclnnaU. or to S. II. KNOTT, C. I ATMORK, C. L. I1ROWN, II. F.. HUNTINGTON, Traftic Manager. Gen Pass. Agt O. P. A., V. V. ai.d O. M., General ulTice, I.oultville, Ky. Lexington, Ky. T. IJ. MORSE, Gen'l Past'g'r Agt.. S. W. S HARRISON. CJ.W. IIARNF.V. T P.A., Athland, Ky J O.lice Chamber o( Commerce Uuildirig.Cincinnat C M., LcxttiEt'jii.Ky I ast Mail leaves 1. dilution daily it 711 am, . lt SltHMnif 8. Olive hill ao Winchester Ashland u 15 pm, CatUttsburg u tJ, arriving at liiiiulujtoii la. jo pas I.sxiMjtim il.nl) at 6 is I.imltod K.iprt Mt. Sleilms 7 y, Olive Hill pm, Wimhcstcr ; Atniaixi 10 jo caiieusourg 10 4 j, arriving at luntingtoo at irojiiw AccojimoB-ition- , it.illv, except Sundar. leatvs I.exiliKton at 45 pin, Win hosier 7 10, Mt. Mr Iiuk 7 s arriving al Olive Hill nt 10 pin. Accommodation, daily escepl Sunday, leaves I.minjton tit 11 soam, Winchester 11 w pm. Ml Merlin o; pm Dailv leave Olive 11 111 6 41 aw' Athlnnd 84 am, Catltllibu 89 01, atrivas Hunt as am, liigton 9 j. lrav Lve Lve Lve Arr Arr Lve Arr Arr Arr Arr Cincinnati Covmgion ..' . 8 Falwutls. Tans ., J is . 9 45 11 11 1 Lexington.- Paris Winchester., ltichiwusd.... Stanford.. Lancaster-.- .. ... w. o Jn iS a ra to Im am a 08 a jj . i o 4 5 1 p rn 11 i .$ a tni 10 p mj 15 p 45 P P m it .Z7..i p m1 4 3 P ra p ml 10 p to p rn JL?" " o 5" (' p in 3 i m 3 " P in P m f p 'J n T.ve KichnxHid Arr l.lsingtati.... Lve Middleshoro a North-Hound. j ; js P i'i i p tni n p mj. 4, ' .........l ..-- ..' )IJM ..... No, 6 it -.. No. No. a. 1 Wi'ist aioilinl 1 1 gt j" 1 Arrlns. 1 j 1 1 1 ,. ..-.- , .. ..,.. ... F. F. V. h I. liA-- lr- .rffcjAC. JLt Jl. . il Li t XX i.'-- .a mm