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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891072401 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. '90vpB' mn & $ fmm j'11 .'" wmy-wmMm- w wvmiwmymmvmm pupipi Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. OFFICIAL ADOPTION OF To TEXT-BOOKS. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 24. 1891. NEWSY NOTES. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MT. VERNON, ROOKCASTLE COUNTY. A NO. 41 Teachers, School Offlcers. and Patrons of the Public Schools or Lincoln County: SriNi-.iim- . virtue of the Julv '.f.- -Hy power coiiffrri'tl upon mo by the mucin!-t-i- l Bihoolhiwfl of Kentucky llsvu nn.l with a view to coiitiuuiiiK l,u u'liforuii-i- y s now existing In the of county, I, W. 1 .MeClary, eounty Lincoln county, ilo hereby in adopt the follow Inn for uxclusive of B)iid county for the next, the I'lisuiiik' live yearn, viz : text-book- 'j t- - M i telegraph ollice has been opened mkr l and Litters Courses. Foil Sai.K. II good ewes. W. M. Mc- ty. at Pine Hill, with Mr. Ul Rochester, of A Full FflCUltV of Ivantl men. each a IDcctahst in ht dtnarimmt. Afee, Stanford. Hlchniond, the Rcornphical cpntre of the State, in the heart of the region, r oo feet It. U. .Metnilf has been nppointeil Stanford, a, operato r. .viovc the sea, free frum ma'iri.i, a feiv h jtirs by rail fr m Louisville Cm- innnti, Kliovvlllc anil M. 0. I have 10 nice ewes for sale. ,. jinmuniiy nnd studenti fin'l home, in the best famlliej and Memopost muster at MupleAville,l.nnro! county. The name "Metragrai" has been sug- rial Hall Ketined anJh stit. j e gested for the new telegraph instrument J. M. Hon, n prominent Montuom- - Vandeveer, Rowland. in 4 1, tr jtn 2 .States, IVrritone and contittif. Attondanco t Foil Sale. A hiuh grade Jersey . NOW Gymnasium -- M re than f if ,ooo added to the endowment lat car. ury fiirmer, litum himself over flncuiciiil lately invented by two of our townsmen. Elffhty-tWs u larshin Ij, the litnefit of worthy, pooryoun ma,, v; milker. cow and heifer calf. A So. tioublus. Our public school will begin next ExponBOB moderate : - t 540 lor tuition board, winning anl er. ant ..Centum Next SosBlon on Vw lue It), September 9, it i Carpenter. Monday, Mmrmnu will hnvo I'omkorainl I'oa J. ti.Wltiint lww flmtifiiitl L. H. BLANTON, catalogue apply t Klla D. D. Chancellor. titl (a 77 onfila lin teacherthe 27tli, with Miss CocksJop- -ter both to contest for ceiiiitorinl lionon and Mr. William asin and Hour has dropped ' S8,!U), per with liim. H,,!, PI7MTD U PHI I TTPTT fJMest Collet in the More than 1,00 alumni. cents on the mirrui.rariH .News. I l.llll. VLj Ifttn lust lea ling Love fell WW feet from Aorciinnt " , m; a Inform at the depot Elective. F.ll IF.,c .ItLi I'wLi Li LiJ Lj .uildliiBt jurse erected toOmulet- - l.iH'.lt.aL Sr.antiSr .iml mtiatinm. Location -S- ecretary J. A. Lee, of the Danville hculthful. No sal '!. Ne rur CAtal iru- - or lurth'T information balloon at lntl!tiiwolis and was not se VUi hept y, " " V. C. i)l (,, 1) I) I)atil!e. Ky addreo Fair, will accept thanks for kind invlta- - "0; th;lt ltevined Speller. Mcdulley'H riously hurt. htflmi u,on crowt1' tion to attend the exhibition which is to MeWuil'ey'H ltuviiux.1 Primer iidCbrUi A Ituaton man claims to have count-e- l i utnor. " -l)U iieiu auk. 1 1 Mctiulley'M HevlHexl Headers m.o... i.. i, -- ...., , ., ... i ufslit thonnml unllion of if?i?s in the Kay'n New Arithmetics and Algebras. roa of a binglu coil rinh. Haivey'a Itevlnwl (.inuniiiHr.'i. A neRro rapiit was hting at Hondur-hoiLoiik'h LuiiiHe Kxorei.it. Texas, making a swre who havo da tend to 'other "business DANVILLE, KY. Sew ICcieetie OuOKniphlon, (Ky. IWI bon lynchod in the U. K. within a week. hogs at same price. ' A Knl.n -- J. k. Uruce b.aKht for F.ahr 71 o, BcRlllS tiou.i Henry .laineb, aged 45, killed his ,.. i,iia ...f. utiii i.uix. Now lidectic. Copy Hooks. family of Hve (wrsnns at Flora, III., and .'i0 butcher hogs of various parties at which the latter died, had an examining ,w,th, a ,u" creof stu.ly. '.nth Fnzlith asi'ltUsMra! w " t'te curse ofin?tructi.,ri ii einecial of adapted to preo.ire jni r n n lor the an I it is l tv!d nt the lime tin.e to furnish a Kilectic Hintoryof the lTiiltwl Suites. et his lioiife iirlre, burning their lndies. 3 :Vi to I, nnd sold to Mime n triRl J' rillliy ailil was released Oil a liberal Knglishcd a, ation to anj who letheit. Ii com e. ti .i v nt the A.adem butcher stull' at It cents. live In. (Primary Ttie House I The Chautauipia grounds at Lexof $2.-cfc There were loO cattle on the GeorgeID ington have been wold for 57ft. (XX) und County Superintendent of Schools town market Monday, K lectio I'yslology and Hyglwiie. their lue for formur purposes will be disIkiker, requests us to state that Teach-ei- s Ha been etah1ished in the home and under the personal ci ntrrl of the Principal. Regular ltuily selling at 3 to HJ, yearlings at tl.Oo to anil aupervUion the and Hie and goxcrument of a Smith' History of Kentucky. continued. Institute will begin here August oth. hours under the are con binedofwith Principal educational ad.mtjcs. the be.t Christian home Mortou'H Manual on "Otvics." For turther particulars in regard to ooard, tuition, etc., redress is coining and cnlvcs at bi a head. The Sew Orleans mint The usual penalty to be inflicted upon J. 1'. Crow bus information that an- those of the teachers V. F. MlCl.AUr, dimes at the rate of 100,000 a day in orwho fail to attend. JAMES B. WALTOK, Principal, Danville. Ky. has County Sup't, hinoolu County, Ky. der to meet the duuiamis of the dime other of his Heluiont Chief's colts Wilburn Williams was run over and enteral the 2:30 list, Lidy Link, who bad a leg broken I hereby certify that thrf above is a Hiving fad. and was otherwise of the ollicial adoption of texttrue copv The Merchants' Sational Hunk, of promises to go much lower. badly injured by a train car on McKew's hns John M. Kevins, of thia county, books for Lincoln county, as hIiowii by Fort Worth, Tux., has gone into a bank train road near Orlando Tuesthe reoonlri of my ollhv. hands with assets of $1,200,-- harvested n pcice of Fife winter wheat day morning. He is probably fatally examiner's which yielded at the rate of S2 bushels injured. Signed) W. K. MiCi.uu, Co. Sup't. 000 and liabilitiim of fVK).(KX). J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. to the bushel's sowing. Lnwronccburi: !' I water, a married mau. , The wienie nt Pine Hdl was enjoyed MoCarty. In Lov nn Rcmembrnnoe of Rosa 1891. ... . L. is under arrest at Harlwurvllle for at Kews. large number of people. Mr. ti. L'mmi I.., only daughter of with by a ,.., tempted nipe on Mrs. F. J. Cultou, a -- Cattle are firm in Cincinnati at W. Craft, the popular chief Full corp ul C ,serutorj an ' Xmih' '1 ul tea! era S pen jr courses in Literature, M sic and M. 1. MiCartv, in tlie llth year of bust shippers at "l, select butoher li of Rowland, wns with us Mon... respecuitdt iiiArnhI iadv of that town. Cata! 4 ies anil re ilar f Jrnishc en ...plication Art. Fx il!e' t tioardm de srttr.e-i- t of her parent age to 5; hot's continue to go up, tops beday. The business manager has our Siar CMinpbellsville, Jack Msher ing quoted typhoid Kuigsvi e, JunA)th, 1801, to of ; sheep are steady at ... moruillv notiiult'dJolin Mrlley. Ihov , ', . sympathy In his illness. at 3 to 1L lamls3 to ftj. Marshal Hunter and Chief of Police 4.riH.wn.. had a diMMiteover a saw mi I, and Iirt- Itmnaugh it T. L. Lillard lmuubt of weeks. Hi was taken ii. Yowcll, of Lebanon, brought two dar"tWckd Ilsher with a knife, hero- steers Middleton 11 nien.cmeut exercise at Obrisl.an t;ol. I7 h,m kies from the latter nlnee a few davs Uud- lege. Hu,tonville, where he at '2 cents per pound, and two 1,1001b. Th.s meeting u.ll be the fburd. eB.a, A 4 cor.nn.i.-. alton reports that since charged with being connected with -I- VMon Agen mgbchool. IWm bad been a .uemb- -r of steers at I cents a pound. Jesse Fox the robbery of cars Ken-that Livingston. At GRANDEST 127 TUB HIST03Y OF THE ASSOCIATION, tbre are now 2l,i:tt puiibionerb in L hribtian chnrvb nearly lour ritar. botiuht of BrnnHttdi ft Middleton one i ..1.1..1 follower o( the ' tucky, an innewse of 0,412 (luring the yoke of ox-- n at $.0 ami another at $f5. their oxa.nining trial they were released. Gf, t Ra c. Mud was a loving, Rnss Hchhorn f m,isk Mr1y XUkomt I he toW.Umount wid them was Ihe Strike Which caused the CeSSH- - F.vcur.ion trairs r.n .ill ruad u..i Sre..t y reduced rite- tt,., children C. P im.1m.h- - .vl.n KCtl.. President, " writes that he has ' A. M. " ' v; J A LF.K, ...retary. .is.i 1,014,360 M. tion of operations nt the ballast quarry for o0 ye rs and an Mieii tney vauie uuio uini in mru been a wheat raiser - in tiie some four weeks since has been settled The number of borrow. It is a beet observer of the manner of threshing for is (M.IUl. Of thtwe 110 : comfort to her loving paienlti to know I'liilcd States 00 veaiN and he has never bad or seen bscond-clus- s, -- 2 7 1) 7 of Jesus, are first class, 550 that she ts "ale in the Arum wheat so nicely thre.shed and cleaned as ager, is now in Hopktnsville for tiie pur- This third etas and 01, 110 fourth-clas- s. iS whom she lovod so early and so well. bis was bv the Traylor I'ros. this year. is an increase of 2,000 ottices during the jioie of hiring a hundred more men to Mr. J. M. Sillee, of Wayne county, Mie laid a bright intelligent mind ami put to work. year. an atlectlonatc dispoidtion which has bought f Hay Mo.sa his farm of 73 It is estimated that the government Tiie carpenters havo changed the her to all who knew her. She miles oi Danville, nt $.n. Mr. acres, 'l looks of tldugs around the depot here. 'il was will jKiy bounties on sugar product this Sullen will Has the largest and upon the farm, which m accmiplinbed in music, art, &u., t lv a The building has been set further back year as follows: On cane sugar, slO.IWO,-00.. l ays II llivorill! iiiiiuiik iiui idhvuui is nicoly located and well improved. J. mm j, i. 'i"V"t" 11 on buet sugar, SoSl.'JOO; on sor- D. Sharp, of Cumberland county, sold irom me irncK una lowereu ; ttie oiu MOST COMPLETE STOCK loSKjSiinir iWir schoolmates, and few angels havo wendhigh platforms torn awav and wider low ghum sugar, $"0,(K)0; on maple sugar, n--v of s'iO lb. cattle at Shelby City ed their way on high leaving so many 27 bend 1 nn OF ?15.0C). He onesKUiistituteu 111 iront 01 the uepot grief stricken friends, and casting a " have sent toThos. Handy( at about 3 cents. and a "cinder" extension made on the The " Yellow Creokers heifers, 000 lbs. average, gloom o'er the hearts of all who knew sold a bunch Maples at to east end and westward along the track. her beautiful, short life. J?ht? was her a note telling at 2J to 2J cents Advocate. All ditches have been cleaned out, the him to prepaio to die, ever shown in Stanford at prices idol. father's and mother's earthly yard leveled, and everything is bright as but he is not much alarmed. The Dix River. as low as the lowest. Logans Greek and (jod sent this sweet Kow to blotoiii a new pin, or a paper full for that matter. have formed a vigilance committee watch-maker- s in the State, Remember that I have one of the best nnd beautify this earth for a few sboit It. W. (.iaincs delivered to B. V. down lawlessness in that section. Mr. R. G. Williams is in from Wil- ami now, lie has taken her to to put 014 nice fat lambs yeais, who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to The auditor of public accounts Hobiusou, of Oarrard, li.imdlilirir tflit it ill ruinntn ttnftl ailtfil ' bloom forever in the fair garden of Robinson says they are the by a table of bank taxation un- nt4. Mr. Coll.-ire- . dint. Kril.lk Send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old heaven. Kosa loved her dear father and shows season. Mr. Win. oneuaut Centre der the present constitution and what best he's handled this Your trade and work is solic- passed do'wn on Wednesday gold and silver taken at market price. mother and only brother with an unMielby ville, was with us Harris the taxation would be in ease of the T. Weakley, of A. R. PENNY. usual devotion, and they grievo for her week, having at- morning's freight to catch the pay train ted an J I guarantee satisfaction. adoption of the new constitution, that last and first of this at Sinks. Our place now boasts of n Orwith hearts broken with sorrow. being at Crab the State would, in the latter event, suf tended the fair and barber shop. Tiie finest Oil weep not for her whose soul fell chard for a day or so. A ninjority of our fer a diminution of revenue amounting in the arms of Jesus before the chilling are against the new con- olacK hemes seen lor years are being fellow citizens to ?1(VI,.VJ7 is annually. brought in daily. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. wintry breath of sorrow o'er her blew. During the first six months of this stitution since they heard that genial, Weber are visiting Danville. Mr. W F. .Mie sleeps but will awake, for death onLogau county monster, 10 railroads, having a total mileage MeClary, your ellicient and energetic ly opeus the door to a purer, brighter, year Rhea, speak a week or so ago at your of !!,5iH) miles, and representing capital nobler life. To Kosn in her early tloep M. Beazley says that it school superintendent, was here a stock and bonded debts to the amount town. Col. J. since to see his kinsman, Mr. J. K. we sing looks too much like living a widower mold-lik- e of $10t!,o31.000, in addition to enormous MeClary. "Death should come gentlv to one w ife for about six months, sums in unpaid interest and floating in- to not see Ids thee, I'p to this time the democrats of so leaves this week to join her nt As light winds wandering through debtedness, were sold out under foreRockcastle have taken no action relative and to see how the hotel busigroves of bloom, closure proceedings to satisfy creditors, Detach the delicate blossoms from the and Hi wore put into the hands of re- ness is progressing. Tho L. k X., better to the nomination of n candidate to reptree, known as K. C, was certainly on a boom resent Laurel and this countv in the Close thy nweot eyes calmly and with- ceivers during the same months. Their r.,.l,. and for n.l Tm.u, v n I i.t.i ituro nvor exi legisiiuure, iiui win iikciv decid total' mileage is ,o'2 miles and they rep- in.,.,iu.-.,riout imin. Tl'iladooa nrettv w.ll within a few days what line of action t And we will trust in God to see thee yet resent about capital stock. Cantoris cures Colic, Constipation, Cutting meadows is now will be pursued. Their is a straight re'Castorla Is so well adapted to children that Sour Stomach, Diarrha'a. Eructation, again." Hen. Jubal A. Karly closed his for the (K U. P. publican candidate and an independent I recommend It as superior to any prescription Kills Worms, ghes bl.p, and promote ill- We may not sorrow, even as others speech at the unveiling of the Jackson in full blast, but repotted very thin, H. A. Ancin, M. D., known to mo." of last year. Mr. republican on the trck. The latter, G. if wo believe yield medication. who have no hope, for Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, K. Y. Igestiou, Blatueas follows, and already tho hounds about J the W. Fagan, of Pino Hill, has been enthat Jesus died and rose again, even so of the northern press aro on his heels : Win. Kubanks, Misses Louanna CKNTAOa Compant, 77 Murray Street, X. Y. Tns and Lizzie Porter are on tho sick dorsed by the K. of L. and farmers' althem also which Bleep in Jesus will Ciod "Let mo conclude by saying, and let evand has a very strong republican liance C. Haines will attend the Richbring with him. ery honest hearted confederate who list. Ed. Heu Loving Fiukxd. mond Fair Friday. Prof. Thompson has following, and his friends claim that he fought bravely in the war, say: 'If I months school at Goshen will win. Whether there is to be a regB'lould over apologize for any part or ac- opened a live The Cicero ofthe Mountains vs. the Litlle J N. ME.VEFEE Mrs. Hetty Eubanks has ular Kilkenny cat fight or not will prob- A. C. SINE tion Ukon by mo in the war, may the Institute, while Red Hog. the new Cave Hill Acade- ably bo revealed within a very few days. lightning of a righteous heaven blast me opened 0110 at To the Lditor Interior Journal.) Mr. L. T. Smith, of your county, is July J2 It is rumor- from tho earth, ami may I be consider- my. Wednesday a3 James Beazley, Jr., drilling the public well in White's adCuaii Lodriving a two horse wagon up ed hero that Hon. It. L. F.well will ed as spawn of the earth by nil honest was gan's creek his horses began to balk and dition to Mt. Vernon. Mr. M. C. MilThe best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. speak at Crab Orchard Saturday, July men. back, until they went over an embank- ler started on his return to Texas 1 am to answer 'Joth, and if so, that HUBBLE. FLOORING, ment some 10 feet high. Mr. Reazley Several of our citizens attended tho Lan- LUMBER, SASH, him, which I am very able to do having wagon, but strange to say caster and Richmond fairs. Miss Lan. CEILING, DOORS, It. S. Hubble Bold somo hogs to was on the recently decapitated him at Williams was hurt, only tho horses scarred O'Rear, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting the BLINDS, burg in a murder case. Insert tins no- Wood for HJ. Thomas Wood bought a nothing family of M. C. Miller, this place. Mr. severely. tice so that the opponents of tho new lot of butcher steers and heifers heio up pretty Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. W. B. Adams and family will move to constitution may be present at the grand last week for 2 J. Dr. Brown, of The advocates of the new constitution Garrard county this week. Mr. Monroe AXTD came to beo Mr. Carter, of tournament. Ho is not one of the invited say that its adoption will quiet land Frazer, of Louisville, was here Saturday. We carry a full stock of everything found in a knights, but in tho absence of nobler Hedgeville, who has been sick for boiiio titles in tho mountains, but Col. Hager, Mr. D. R. Carpenter, of your place, after l game I shall not hesitate to give him a days, but is improving now. Mrs. 11. I a member of the railroad commission, a stay with us, left 0 few tilt when ho dares thus to enter my Kngleman took the premium on butter who has studied the clause, gives his davs since for Dillion on Rockcastle Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract at Lancaster Fair. Mrs. Joo Swope took opinion, that if adopted, for at least :0 river, We found him a very pleasant Fo.ntaink F. Houmrr. homo ring. SINE & MELVEFEE. Stanford, Ky. it on light bread. Tho good people nt veara to come, those who are now resid gentleman indeed. Mr. M. C. Miller, or building. GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. charged 50 cts. ndmittunco in Lancaster iug on, paying taxes for, nud believing operator nt Sinks, is with us for a meal worth $1, yet On Saturday night, July lioth, wo tho fair, and gave a visit. themselves the owners of land covered Bold will give a "special ball" and will dunce they made money. Jos. Robinson by old Virginia grants (ami nearly all Bucklen's Arnica Salve until - o'clock. Kverybody invited. Prewitt 100 lambs for $400. Prewitt re- of the mountain section of Kentucky is for The best salve Ladies free and gentlemen only L'o cents. ceived all his lambs here this week. unfortunately thus aillicted), will at any sores, ulcers, salt in the world sores,cuts, bruises, rheum, fever tetter, chapBuy the STUDEBAKER, .and U. G. Slauuutuh. Respectfully, period, bo liable to ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup time dining such Ohio Broodora' Association. tions and positively cures piles, or no payrequtr. you will have the best one made. pt s. In regard to tho Dripping Mr. W. H Ka is, President of the nbene suitsintlio Federal courts, with great ed. It is guaranteed to irivo perfect satisfactior, at Cleveland, writes: "I have known I am agent for the celebrated Springs matter 1 Bimply reiterate every Qumn' Ointment lor year. Some of it cures danger of losing possession of nil real or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box. For sale by A. R. l'ennv, Suntord, Ky. Kor hae been word of my former letter, I never make largements IittTe short cl miraculous or of all en- property not actually inclosed with a recent that are just coimns 011 Spoclmon Cases. n statement 1 am not ablo to prove, nud orizinitls infallible." continuous residence within each S. H Clifford, New Caisell, Wis., was troubled of lifteeu years. if necessary, and I never do any more for a term with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was I). G. S. disordered, his liver was ntfected to an alarming one "nn injustice." Kespt., And have reduced prices on both degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reNow Try This. Three bottles of tlesh will surely do you It will cot ou nothing and or any troulile with duced in hitters and strength. cured him Sam Pulliam, negro, enticed Mrs. When Baby was sick, wo care her Castorla. Electric good If you have a coiiK'h. cold I also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, Excelsior CiEdward Shepherd, Harnsburg. III., had a runand repairs. throat, che.t or lungs. Ur kiwi's New Ducov-er- v Thomas Glenn, who lives nearShelby-vill- o When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. ning sore on his le ol eight ears standing. Used Plows for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is three bottles of Klsctric Hitters and seven boxes to a hemp Hold by telling her someBuckeye Force Pump, Cincinnati Elevator and a full line to civc rehel or money will be paid back of When sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla. Ilucklen's Arnica halve aud his lee is sound der Mills, l.i finiiiie found it Just the thine killing her chickens. Ho theu When she bad Children, she cava them Castorla. u... i.... frnmuse had a speedy and perfect recov- - and well John Speaker, Catawba. Ohio,- had thing was and Hardware. and under its - nt q. exnense and larce fever sores on Ins leg, doctors said he of Groceries . choked her until insensible, raped her . incurable o t 1.... t.n... UnelHttle tlecinc inters and ' 4lnnt. lirtttit- ...!our tin it ! Tn. five hox KucMcit'a Arnica Salve cured him entire ' Le,aiJ". !?:.... J-R and made hla escape, but was captured ,t A " Penny's dnur store.- Larirc one Sold at A. R. Penny' drugstore. Mt LUllll. " ly. sire jo cents and Ji. und hung. Kergon t,, n c. Williams whs killed by Milton CENTRAL l.i-- UNIVERSITY RICHMOND. KY. of Study, Cubical, biiKNTmc, Com I'.lue-GrtCliat-tanoo- Throe Departments ci 1 O ,.i 1 1 V t ' h'1 jJ South-we- ..ii,,- ",out ll'f tU-- ei ii dir' st C . i, rfir35&2S: uTAl'f" car-loa- r enwe bonege Aeaaemy Sept. 1 r i t ,' j d ..... 0, '.. ..!, ... The Next Session of this Institution 1 ' re-- h ,, i j Phy-Biology- ). two-year-ol- A Home Boarding- - Training" Dpartment 1 i saw-mi- ll 1 Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday September ist, 1 i ..... ,, '.,.. Lf,i.iil u train-dispatche- r -- j ii , . I j P"r SOO-l- DAIWILLE FAIR , -C e i um Hjet-oilic- lieart-bruakin- g j i SSZS!iS!ZThs j I Old Eeliable i -- Jeweler in the Lead. el -- - -'J "T (tW-' MA. R. Penny rat-id- 0; " trcy - til hi 'ffifiV ;P Chlef-of-1'olic- e Mid-dlu.h- oro Watclies and Jewelry citi-ztM- is i V first-cla- ss able-bodie- d few-day- s . Mid-dlesbor- o, 11 Infant Children. $oii,-00,0- 00 Dud-iler- ar Oiu.-ii.ni- , Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, .A to-da- SIDING, J Hub-tonvill- e, WOVEN WIRE SIiAT FEUCE. two-week- 's FIRST - CI.5LSS X.ITJVXBEH TTAHD. ten-day- s' 1- If You Need a Wagon, ait Oliver Plows Aio-ciatlo- re guar-ame- - I B. POSTER. wwt' $33t55 23ES ir fcmxinpwmttifflfrii tmtufum i i .Hi 1 , ii, mtmmpipuxmmj. " A I'i I W h I, - Litigation Galore! tionnl suctions In the p.vdcut constituTiik proposed constitution makes a Semi-WeekInterior Journal! great pietense of restricting the powers One of the most serious 'objections tion, is exactly the pame. The "Schedtin) same. of railroads. It makes it unlawful for urged against tho adoption of the pro- ule" in both is substantially D comparison shows that the changes them to allow any difference in their posed constitution is the unnecessarily The I.AfK ALLXANH K's HOlTf., W. I3. rate of charges for long hauls aud shoit increased amount of litigation which are of form and nof of substance, so Hint hauls. But after this flourish of ttuin- - will eusue in its construction by the decisions construing the old, apply with HISNOVATED AND JULY 24, ISOl'pets, by a proviso clause, it gives power courts, io impress the weight of this equal force to tho present constitution, STANronn, Ky., simply a revision of the ' in a railroad commission a tribunal objection it ii only necessary to glance which, being IJny. $2.50 which is to bo appointed by tho gov- at the Kentucky Kepoits, where it can old, has virtually been in force an oven Almost Mixed Schools. It would bo well for voters Cor. Jcflerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Coiirt-Housernor and not elected by tho people to. safely be said at least 1,000 cases can be If the people of Kentucky ratify the authorize any railway company tocharge found construing the organic law, the before voting for the proM)sed experiLOU1SVILLK, KY. because it cost $2.10,000, to proposed constitution, there will be dan- less for longer than for shorter distances. greater portion of which, if the instru ment W. R. LOGAN, Manager. ger that our common schools in towns And beside this commission may pre- uient is adopted, (will no longer be of remember the lawyer fees they must A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, 'Clerks. anil cities having a population less tliau scribe tho extent to which tho railroads any validity. pay in having it construed for years to By may be lettered from tho operation of '20,00 will be involved in trouble. come. Framing a constitution is decidedly virtue of Sec. 1(57, which every one the entire section restricting tho powei the smaller part of the work of making Tknnw-skk'farmer governor, Buchshould read, the school boards of towns of these corporations. In other words, one, for every section, every sentence, by the quali- t lie power of restriction is taken from must be defined by tho court of lust re anan, has gotten himself in a tlx. Withand cities shall he elected ii fied voters. In cities of tho third class, the legislature, the direct representative sort, and there is no reason or demand out waiting for the legal demand for 35 troops, which must come from the slier however, havint: a population of 20,000 of tho people, and cou fined on a com- whatever for abolishing of the or over, they may be appointed or elect- mission composed of threo persons in judicial work which the new instrument ill', he "Tit 107 of his dude militia to m Brieevill to guard the convicts and ed as provided by a general law. whose selection the people had no voice. strikes at. Complete changes in organic the miners (mm running things. meant by IJailroads, says President Clay ami his Now, we all know what are FOR BILIOUSNESS. law, such as this is are against the poli "qualitied voters." Colored people as followers, are stamping the life out of cy of the several States and of the United But the miners ran tilings all the same, well as white people nre covered by this the people; but wo must not let tlio peo- States. A good constitution, like every for tle'y not only captured the soldiers, PRIC HEADACHE AMD ALL phrase. So it results that in all tho ple remedy the wrong. This must be other good tiling, is a matter of gradual who surrendered without resistance, but DISORDERS, CENTS tovuiB and smaller cities, white people done by three, wMe, honest, capable growth. Tho statuary who spends years boxd them in freight curs ami shipped FGR SALE BY ALL DRL'GGISTS. ar, well as colored people vote for and men, who are not iesjKn-ihlto the in producing his famous models does them with the convicts to Knoxrille. KPREPAREDBY RICHAXbSON-TAYLC- R The governor then ordered out tho enof trustees for the com- people and who were not chosen by the elect the boards . iiiiaii MED.C0. SUOUIS MO, -- wa-fxaT- tf not, when a defect is discoveiod, destroy tire State militia, but lining legally ail samrj xzz&:yi:ttzz7zsmxxLf.:tHl mon fcchools which may be taught ,in people all that is peifect as well as defective, by either that he must await the demands of them. This is not to tho coirec-tio- the sheriff, he could do nothing, as the TitK.'Wtli nnnirorstry of the Battle of but directs his attention race, lvich race prefeis to have its own JAY-EYE-S-EE of eirorsand lots the good go un- sheriff had smelted tho battle from afar separate schools, its own set of otlicers, Bull Run w observed by the unveil- touched. So it should bo with the fruiu-er- a and skipped. The miners resolved to do its own teachers, its own pupils. Rich ing of a bionze statue at Lexington, Va., ' Mi.I. I. (SK. Mllokorv (lroc nnii. of constitutions, and so it has been no further violence and appointed n l ofJny - l.yr sHiKiiiluc. V.,hik 'o nt race prefers that it shall have exclusive of the tiero of tt.e day, one of the greatli every Unonn mtii'd), runowd . i.r, with the statesmen of the past who have committee to wait on the governor and control in the selection of its school est, if not the greatest generals that the of two viMirs Maiwtun:. from n J ii.ir t.J I had sulllcient enlightenment to deal trv to arbitrate matters, though they re i tf, I a i . u llli Uireo npi'llvutloiiH of . boards. White people have no business civil war produced, Stonewall Jackson. with this problem. determined to resist to the death any interfering with the colored people in The statue is i) feet high and represents Tho constitution of the United States, tempi have the convicts returned tu r these matteis, and the colored people Gen. Jackson in full uniform, tiis coat tho grandest stride yet taken in the the mines. hii-AU-ltlHttuitCKtjireparntlon ! hnvcpor"'" business interfering with the buttoned tightly and his sword unhave no K-. of. heartily recommend it tou !! science of government, was ratified in , The governor met the committee and white. The conservative, thoughtful strung. The chaplain of his stall', Her. . t wuT Nr A the year 17S7. Tho government of the proposed that lie would call a special ses 't CMfiMV 'VfX K. IIV hnt e htindrrtlinf wh f.jf.m .m i well understand the A. C. Hopkins of Charleston, W. Va., ' men of each-rac-e HXTJT'i race ho-- - invoked the divine blessing and Gen. Federal Union is certainly as complex a sion of the leglnlature to modify or aliol wW-i- ai rf ; dauger which will eusue if one Xl ..y.- - . tk.tlIprrlinlllp. Ankynnrrir----I- r r ri- lf ftt',Nj Ulilln'-m- ' if .Vlfilt.YI of the State of Ken ish the convict lease system, theconvicts IIJ.L-11problem as that gins to interfere with the school ailairs Wade Hampton piesided over the serAS". It. i:iH)V .V: CO.. Wlilli Imll, V '. Ksns.-rvchanges so far made in the meantime to work in the mines l;i'i,.'".li;Tiurivnia- -' vv4w.lA The colored people of vices on the campus of Washington & tucky, yet the only of the other. Illlillt lllllf IIIIMM constitution consist of fifteen short unmolested. At last accounts the minStanford have their common 6chool Leo University. Fully :,000 Confeder- in its v ii amendments, covering about four pages, ers had not agreed to these terms, though ill J M.K II Litis iik. i. in-- . within the corporate limits of the town. ate and 1,000 Federal soldiers were presthey yet ent, including many distinguished ofli- the first ten of which were adopted so it is thought they will. Tho governor Heretofore they have had, and early as the year 17S'J. Tho constitution lias shown himself to lie a poor execuenjoy, the privilege of electing their own cers of both sides. Gen. James A. Walof Kentucky have hitherto fol- tor of the laws. It matters not that school oflkers independent of the agen-..- v ker, the only surviving commander of makers lowed precedent, and its history shows they may be bad. He is sworn to exennrtiiMnation or control of their the Stonewall brigade, was chief-ma- r forcibly that the cute them anil resist to the full power of white friends. But when this proposed shal and he was followed by the sur&c, minority was the only portion of the the Mate any such outlawry as has been constitution shall be adopted, if ever, vivors of that famous command. The late lamented body competent to pr-for- attempted at Bricevilte. As a contemthis privilege is taken away from them. body had lain in a grave in tho city the duty assigned them, but un- porary very tersely says the way to have disposed to make cemetery sinco its interment in 1S0:, Some white man, fortunately it was overshadowed by the a bad law repealed is by tho ballot box trouble, will at the first election inter- witii only a small marble slab to mark majority of crankp, base ball presidents, and not by tho cartridge box, and at fere and undertake to thrust on them a it till last mouth, when it was removed &C whose only knowledge of the science classes of citixens should he taught this set of oflicers who are not to their lik- to its future resting place. of government so far shown is the abil- wholesome letson. In ing. In retaliation for this interference, Senatoii Blackuckn advocates the ity to slander gentlemen so far above when the election for trustees of white Thkuk came near being a collision beproposed constitution, but says: "There them they can not stoop to notice the schools come ofT, the colored men will vipers blowing at their heels. tween Gov. Cautrell and C. J. Bron-stothingare a great many there that I march up to the polls and obtain their at Georgetown, Monday, when The framers of tho present constituBail blood is engendered, con- would eliminate if I could. I believe revenge. conceded on all the latter made an unnecessary and unyou could make them better. I do not tion, who met in fusion, litigation, strife ensue ami the believe that of the 100 men who made sides to be men of ability as well as just allusion to the governor, wtio was school system suffers. GENTS'- is one, who, if he statesmen, set an example to their suc in the uudiencu. " You dare to impeach The success of our common schools the constitution there cessors, which, if followed, would have my motives!" taid Cauttell with a rained depends upon keeping them outside the had the power, would not eliminate statesman, be n a blessing to tho people of Ken- stick, when the range o: all political and sectarian intlii something from it." With Senator his mistake, apologised. great many objectionable tucky. They had as beacon lights the Blackburn's enc8. things, with the things objectionable to first and second (then in force) constitujBy Section 171 of the proposed consti- eacit onu of the delegates, and the things tions of the State. Then as now there Tiik Ixmiavillo Times has been awardtution every privilege granted by a coun- objectionable to everybody else, how was a demand for a revision. Then as ed the city printing for the Tin y ar, ty must be put up at public auction, long will it take at the rate of two not now the delegates I'EUfoitMKi) tiik having shown to the satisfaction of the and, after duo advertisement, sold to the amendments every two years, to weed DITTY I'OR WHICH TIIKV WSItE KLKCTKI). couit that its circulation is greater than highest and best bidder. If a county out the patch ? 0 The constitution was simply revised, as any other paper in the city about has a riuht to grant a privilege, it is done we propose to show by comparison, dally. Tne Times is a groat paper Tim negro I'ulliam, who was lynched which was the proper course. through its county court or its comity and ought nut to have to play sucuiul HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, clerV. Wu have tho following privileges for rape on a respectable, white lady . The second constitution was adopted iiddle to the granted by the county court: The priv- down in Shelby county, Monday night, in 17DI and was in force 50 years, being ilege to sell spirituous, vinous and malt was an accommodating kinil of a cuss. supplanted by tho Tiik speech of Senator Blackburn in present in LS.30. Have liquors; the privilege to a merchant to He gave Ids executioners as little trouble the social, commercial, and political favor of the proposed crazy ijuilt, is 6uut sell liquors in quantity not less than a as possible. In fact he assisted all he changes between 1S50 and the present out to the people as campaign mutter. quart; the privilege to operate a ferry could by climbing up on a fence so that time been sutlifiently greater than those It wilt please tho senator's conntituoney and perhaps others. The county clerk the rope could be tied to a limb the between 1701 and 1850 to require a vir- to observe that the senator lias learned has a rigtit to giant a piivilege to keep a easier. The first time lie was shoved oil' tual evolution 7 Wo think not. a new phrase "the ides of August." dry tavern ; the privilege to sell pistols the rope slipped off the limb, when he There is hope for Senator Jo yet. Now for the comparison between the or bowie knives; the privilege to keep a quietly climbed again to the fence for constitution now in force and its ten pin alley or bowling saloon; the the second attempt, which was more The preambles of the two The versatility of tho America, jour-tuliprivilege to carry on the business of successful as he was slowly choked to instruments are exactly the same. It is unequaled elsewhere on the pawnbroker; the privilege to exhibit a death. The mob was not disguised at did not require days of valuable time globe. A gifted young newspaper man "3IOI1EI. cucus, show or menagerie ; tho privilege all and made no effort to conceal its for tho delegates to concede their in- writing of the chicken hoiifeo of a jack or bull, and perhaps identity. to stand a stud, calls it n "lieu palace." feriority to the "Great I Am." Tho others. Tim Clark county alliance resolved articles are arranged in the same OUnder the proposed constitution, if against the formation of a third party, lder aud have the same headings. Arwrites A newspaper correitriomlont adopted, each of these privileges aud and condemned the action of the Cin- ticle 1, "Concerning the Distribution from New Orleans that in the present others which the people have been in cinnati convention which brought forth of the Powers of Government," is the political campaign Louisiana knows no the habit of procuring from their county the people's party. They also resolved same in both instruments. Article U, north, no routh, o Democrat or RepubCheese, officials, must bo sold to tho highest heartily in favor of the J eflersonian doc- "Concerning the Legislative Depait-ment,- " lican, not even any People's party or so the man who has the most money trine of the greatest good to the greatest lothas "0 sections in the second Farmers' Alliance. She knows only can keep all the taverns, sell all the number aud of the equality of all men constitution. In the one now in force, tery and whiskey, run all the ten piu alleys; and before the law. This they can get only there are 10, tho only dill'erence being Lamps, Glass- - and Oueenswnre, Tin- - and Woodcnwarc, 1'ruit Jars, stand all the jacks, bulls and studs in by sticking to tho democratic party, that some special legislation is preventPatent medicine labels can no longer Jelly Glasses, &c. the county. which jhey have very wisely decided to ed and referred to the courts, and the bo copyrighted. "Only such writings are the result of intelwho Senator Blackwcrx may not be much do. Let all alliance men follow want to legislature prevented from diminishing and discoveries asbo registered and copylectual labor can suit. resources of sinking fund before paySHOMEOPATHIC of a stump speaker, but as a lawyer he accomplish their objects ment of Slate debt, &c. Compare these righted," says the United States supremo cake. He Bays in his great takes the Deleoatk Stkaus, of Bullitt, who court. Therefore anybody can ti. anycuu-ii orc, iiwt iineaic, speech: "1 am ready to go into a court wouldn't know a statesman if ho were changes witii those in the proposed inin, bruin-body's else label for liver pills. com, buiiioii, ilt, ikiiiI.1, .r.itiiics halurl 1,500 Acres ofCoal and Timbered ,j T and swear that, with a few exceptions, to meet one in the big road, is barking strument. Article 3, "Concerning tho burnt, tlew oitnnaiul brui.cn Wherever il hni lUndS been lived it lilt Kivr'i I'Oii.ltrful k.tlnlacticili t.nil this constitution embodies everything ing at the heels of Gov. Buckuer, who, Executive Department," is substantially ) Krntu. I v, at $io per acri. or would lor rcnimta- In Ka.tt-tTho announcement comes from Lon- itn Numeroiit rtinovuii; HOren the same in both instruments. Under we have demanded." It will please the though a member of Farm. For pjrtic- tckliiiioniali will lie icnrril and the constitutional the old, sheriffs, justices, &c, were ap- don that au electrical machine has been die. appear in thU mc m ,i lairr !tc. .M.ide ecliaiine lor ijkmi will ul ir. jililrtrfi C I'lTMAN, bench and bar of Kentucky to learn that convention, does not propose to be bulliunil Miiil hy Mmchi'tU'r, Ky. 57. 4t invented which will not only grind meat f j. iiiiii.n, nixnioru, ry the question of whether a constitution ed into the support of its work, which pointed. Under tho present they are and stuff a sausage, but will also turn it elected. Under Article A, "Concerning contains the reforms the people want, is he can not endorse. . a Delegate Straus 9 t I out cooked aud smoking hot to tho con- T f ' ' one of which the courts may have juris- says Gov. Buckuer is not a statesman. the Judicial Department," an appointive sumer. Great heavens! Tho winged .HAIIF I supplanted by an elective judiciary, diction. And above uil it will please the If some one were to say that Delegate was bolt of Jove has been harnessed and MANIOICO, KY , bench and bar to know that constitu- Straus was neither a fool nor a liar he which of course necessitated a consider-nol- e made to run a sausage machine. It is a ' change in the two articles. Article are questions of fact would be further from tional questions the truth than 5, "Concerning Impeachments," ia tHe degenerate age. about which tho senator may testify. the Bullitt bloviator. HMrrSTuirt same. Ar icle 0, of tho present instruV When we rind out what it is, there is Tint Hotel, rcnov.iteil ami rclnrnlihed, ii now Cot.. J. Stoudaku Johnston, who is JIehceu county should give certain of ment, "Concerning Executive and Min- use for everything. 'It has leen discov- pWirtTM5ioe Soin my cliarKc nnil intend 10 conduct il ho as to )ro"(j ably managing the campaign against the her alliance men such a dose of justice isterial Oilices for Counties and Dis' not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to In lone H ered thrt the waste sand which falls off mutiNQ fricmU. Special accommodaof new constitution, predict the defeat tricts," is not in the old, its adoption be- and v WA V u.v tions far commercial traveler and fimi rooms for as will entirely cure them of their un accumulates in heaps from the the (llIiy that code of experimental statutes. He lawful inclinations. Some of them at- ing necessary by reason of the creation grinding of plate glass can bo made into has not seen his way clear until this to tempted to break up a meeting in which of the elective system. Article 7, "ConA First-Clas- s Saloon brick of so good quality that make the prediction, but he does so now tho democratic candidate for the legisla- cerning the Militia,"is not in the old And III 1. 1. A Ii I) ami I'OOI. UOOltS attached. could even wish there were more with absoluto confidence. The colonel ture, Mr. W. W. Stephenson, was speak- constitution. Articles, of tho present JH JOSF.l'll COFFKV. plate glass ground and show windows is .not given to braggartism and what he ing, and when a magistrate endeavored instrument, "General Provisions," corre broken, just so thby could get more eays may be taken with the utmost con- to enforce order he was set upon and spomls with Article (J of the old, and the waste sand. ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, fidence that he is assured of his prein- - beaten. Wo have ueyer heard of any two nre substantially the same, the only Scvt'iiili and Market Street, thing in the alleged lawless mountains changes being such as were necessitated V Au electric hand lamp for miners ami of the elective system. by the adoption Louisville, - - - Kentucky, those engaged in labor in dark places Sekatou Jo is progressing in his quite so outrageous as this. "Concerning tho Seat of Tho articles WILL OI'KN MONDAY, MAR. a. has been invented. It is no larger than knowledge of striking p"h rases. The Fui.lv 70 papers in the State are mak- Government," are the same. The only an ordinary hand lamp and contains a has at last mastered the "ides of aenator Having sold out our enliruiutereit in the hotel, includlias that one in have moved to our old August." Wo may now indulge tho ing war on the new constitution, Owens-bor- change in the article "Concerning miniature storage battery. This will Statistics show Heart. Thofoitk symp-a an Jcffenon lrert, we fur years so successfully stand that we occupied llrst Slaves" is that under tho present instru maintain au illuminating current two oj weak or diseased ides of ing such Btauuch journals as the cheerful hope that before the breath, oppression, Mutter- on Seventh and Market Mructi, nre now fittin- out-it in elvjant shape, new throughout and the Messenger, Covington Common- ment freed slaves were not allowed to threo hours, when the materials must b6 toms are short hungry spells, pain in side, ing, faint and November he will have learned to say in every way he elegant, Including cne ot wealth, Frankfort Capital and Hopkins-vill- e remain in'tho State. Article 11, "Con- recharged. This, Wowover, is so ar- then smothing, swollen ankles, dropsy fit will Safety I'asscnser and lUcage Elevators I laic's green earth." "God Almighty's We nnt allot with all the late impnjvimenti Kentuchian. These papers have cerning Education," is not in the old ranged as to be done easily and inexpen (and death,) for which Dr. Miles' New our old friends to cr.me and see us in our old home. who know they are constitution. Tho famous article on sively. When not in nso tho lamp can Ileart Cure is n marvelous remedy. Fiuo We promise you that our rooms, tahle and service Middleaboro Daily Herald has large constitii'-nceThe book on Ileart Discate, with wonderful shall be second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. susnended after a precarious existence honest in their n Irocacy of the rejection "Mode of Revising the Constitution" is bo disconnected from the battery so as cures. FREE at druggists, or address Jo II. Alexander, wants to lie remembered to all and shu will be EverythinR at the of this instrume land their arguments substantially the same. The "Bill of not to wasfo materials. It is an abso- Dr. Miles' Medical Co.. Elkhart. Indiana. our lady friends hearty reception. glad to see them of three months. Fare Si per day. and zi e them a exception of two addi- - lute safety lamp for miners. carry great weight. Bights," with A. R. PENNY, Druggbt, Slnnfcr.d Ky. 0. U.ALHXANUKH, Manager. 101 magic city seems to be on the decline. ly WALTON. I THE ' WIX-L.A11- 9 ! THOKOURHIiY. IMPROVED. e, Rates Per s Bfl-- DOCTOR 0$ TAYLORS a 0 pro-ve- nt CHtelS&FEVER, i.sa UjyJ MALARIAL o ! de.-ir-ed vi-- ed n nSrcr j 1 i - 1 I . t S4IAUUffl!iRE- - QUSNN'S QINTflB! triMfiNier' vJ fkstL !' A Vfe f?. H m 1 - I V1 IT'""-!.- f. . i tlltllllt. Jacobs-Dellaven-Kiiot- t, NEW FIRM. Successors to StajjJAtpicRobcrls, dealers McRoberts & Higgins, - n 1S-11- CLOTHING. O 2C"Wr"I..l red-heade- d FURft!8SHlfG GOODS I 1 B,-00- 1ST IE Courier-Journal- MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES pre-decess- st Go to A. A. WARREN'S (IROCERY" Van-Jerbi- lt For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves imclJams; M' bid-de- r, ,J " anti-lotter- WM i Ml FOB. -I. , ' iiO.t-ntit- - n lllue-(ir- ni 90-i- yr 11, 11 1 W'V P0RT1AN HOUSE, WKdRE tpmj); v ki7! 7irfT?k "a - JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. I OS 11 brick-make- rs 1 j7-tf- , HEART DISEASE. o U s i TV... ' "" ' T?i ''- - FtT Youn account is duo nnd ready for An ok'tfttit limt of now stylo HatH at you. Please call and settle. W. B. Mo Mcllobarts it Hi'ina. ' Roberts. '. county will Don't forget thnt your account 1).is p.ut Fosdue. PlcMtsu call and settle. J. Jci.v 21, 1S01 Wk believe that Mnuoln tankoiid, Ivy., rIvm u nire majority nsetlnsi the new ter. constitution. A lux. Walkhii, colored, bus been B.C.WALTON, Tint public Hchool per capita for this eranttMl pension of :i ?5 per mouth with year bus been lixod nt 5U.25, which is the $70 whl back pr.y. MEANS BUSINESS. same as last venr. A kwimi bountifully ami nrtistimlly has ben put on il iu'ut A. It. IVniiy'n. Tim CRlonflcatiou of tho sun's rnys tho lot opposite Mr. A. It. Penny's and i it nmiunt is mow ri'iidy. 1'lunne worn considerably roduced by a heavy the small boy is enjoying it to his cui mul fii'ttlc. A. It. I'oimv. heart's content. llwuymu untcli, vwk Mid jewelry ruin at noon yesterday. ii ii'pairt'il nt A. It. l'muiy'fl. All work Foil Sai.k. CotUso on upper Main A S.vakk Stout. John It. Farris tells wiirnititi'il. Ixx:tion us that he killed HI? snakes Wedncdny. IthJii Mwi:it Hint nil silv)rwnrc. wntdiee, street, eoutainitii; I rooms. nnkH, w., l.oiirht t A. K. I'omiy'a will Kooil. Miss Lii'cio Hifizloy. He camo across a cow sucker about three In tnj!rawl fn" nf rlmtw. of this Female Col- fet long, which he dispatchiil with a I'Kor. Hi'Hfuiiu, lege, has decidwl to adopt the plnn next rock, when 32 little fellows about toveii PERSONAL POINTS. mwsIoii of teaehiuu Sutiirdays and rent- inches each in length ran out of her M.I'.mmv HtKKR will with Iiitormlt- mouth, and these hi killed. Tina ing Mondays. t!lt ft'MT. id rather hard to swallow, but Mr. Far n- IUii.ky is vlalliiiK Hsople A doziin or tnom yoim Mw. Jim it ris says lie has proof of the bust kind, joyoil n hay ridu to Male's Woll Tuoh- - that lie is giving us straight goods. ffUllllH ill .Il'WllllllllO. MWMMmMMMMMMMMMW Mil. Mattii: Nuvirs nr..l Mrs. Mitllor day uiu'lit in a jolt wngon, but they wore ar uniting in protty sort, the next day. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 1ks. V. It. .Maniik mul diililren Fok Sai.k. A It is said that lleiir M. Stanley and to N.ihil!o Tiiemluy. and nut of liar Fixtunw, nice w.tlinit, his wife have parted l'oj much Miw. run Hum mul John Owali'v condition. Will sail chap. in flmi-ehnri at Crab Orvliunl .siritiBH. AdUrewG. D. JLCollnm, Junction City, Mr. F.bilce Smith, 21, and Miss Ann ikh Oka Wii.moki:, of Nicholas il!' Ky. Klian Ustus, 11), ware married at Mr. G. w ik (In ciiffctof Mian Aimlu ilulu. Tit rrk wilt lxa picnic in Syrunorw W. Kates' yesterday. Mi Mat IIiiui is vluitiu hor wtetar, Miss Annie M. Hoinmel, of Dan-vi- ll, ( i rove, CurpenU-r'crek, Caioy cntinty, Mtn. llornrn Jlrown, In Xuw Allwny. ami W. K liny, of Itichmond AiiKimt 1, with tnr5W prrfonimnces, Miw. S. II. Ki.mi ami iluunlitor, Miis IInlu's Iwlloon ac.nioiiM, spwikiiiu, ilanciiir, oiopiHl to Louisville and were married. .niiii', of D.iuvilltt, mv uiuiMtM at Misa Carrie Owen, of Louisville, nnd rfrihinentA, &: J. Atwood liowmnn, brother of Dudley Mk. Oscar L. Joniw, son of Mr. ami Mai.mii v and other riindrml romplaints Howman, of Danville, wero married Iniloivn itli lliu Mis. C M. oonhiderably at Tuesday. are vexin? our fwvor. t. One doctor told us that it re John L. Owens, n widower of 31, and Mb 15. K. Wkarkn was up to Jullico quired II) visilH Tiitdny for him to fee Miss Zeonda Kllen Powers were married WYduwwl.iy to kuii aftur hid wlntur all his iMitienN in this vicinity. yesterday at Mr. Zack Padgett's near of coal. Fatty Nu.NShi.i.itY did so well with Waynosburg. Min (ikiitii: (iii.Miv, iiftt-- a month's Judge A. L. Haggard, 71, and the (tit to MUi Ilnlun buulluy, linn ruturnml tho amusement privileges nt the LanWidow llnggird, same age, were marrito Columbia. caster fair that he rented the same foi Jons T. Sii.i.in n, Jii , of the Cinclii-nt- i the D.mvilhi fair, flu has tho entile ed at Winchester Tuesday. The bride'a maiden name wis Hunt and of 1'oHt, wni lioru yimtunluy to imtnb-litpriviIi'Raat the 1indou fair. her husbands were named Haggard. nguncy. mi Tin: Advocate reports public sales of Hrotber II. C. .Morrison strikes a Mil. W. A. .Meini.iii.v, of this K., 0. 0. 35 shares stock of Citizens' National keynote when he snys in tho Kentucky (V L, is vislUnir roliUlvim anil taking to ;lt'J.''f. Methodist : "Just at this time our counHank of Danville, at i in tint Richmond fair. sold 10 shares of try needs a religion that will make a Mrs. M. H. Mifrs V.u. May SiUMUiiw umit up to the Hoyle National at . Hu;.5Q to $M' b6. man pay bis debts. Shouting don't setthe Kii'hmoiul Fair with lnr cousin, Mr. tle old accounts with God or man." ILiintl H.illanl, Tiicwlny. MesTS.Toiii and Hriht KuXTltuOi'T. ltev. J. O. A. Vaught, of Itichmond, Mihiw. J. V. Chow, A. (. Dunn, J. Ferrill have rented their at who has been preaching at tho MethoIt. hirriH mid (i. U. Kt'llur uunt to tho Kowland to Mr. J II. Greer, who former- dist church for several days, will be coml,u liiiiond fair yohtcrilay. lv run theShelton House at thnt place. pelled to return home to thu reMux. Anmk Yoi'Nu nml ilnniiliUr The gentlemen will Rive possesiion Mon gret of all who have heard him preach. i h i t i i n tlioir of lntiHiiiiin, nro Amy, day next. The Messrs. Ferrill will ro Itov. J. Hand will arrive however, this KriiiulfnthiT'H, Mr (J. V. Trlbblf. to farming. nfternoon and conduct the meeting over t'oi.. ami Mit. Matt Wai.thv nml a Tin: olllceis of the Metliodist church Sunday. party of lit or 1ft from Lexington puwil reouest us to iifck tho uicnietto smokiiiR DEATHS' DOINGS. ill to Crab Orchard Spring yiwtunlny. dudes not to coiiRi'opitu in tho vestigimtmil utility man, Mr. W. Til Willie Johnston, aged IS, son of Mr. bule and disturb the sorvii.es. If they A., k & N, iH helping Cap!. IVnn, T. do not wnnt to hear the preaching, they and Mrs. D. S. Johuston, died WednesiixcurHloii this T.u!or on must seek other places to loaf, or .Mar day of a lung trouble and was buried wn'k. yesterday at Hnstonville, after n Beruion shal Now. nml will Hush tho covey. t .ii. W. O. Itiuiu.HY, after ii tough by ltev. W. L Williams. Mr. F. M. in a Louitvllli) luwpitnl, pnmnl Ht'iiri Mad dojis are hcinnim; to Ret in their Yow ell, who came for the casket, sajs limine WinlncHtlay, looking eoiifiiih'riilily work. Will our honorable mayor follow that tho deceased was a faithful member. tin worni for it. thu foolish precede nt of locking the sta- of the Christian church ami a modul Mils ltvrriK McKinmiv, Mm. W. M. ble after the horse is stolon, nnd wait till boy in every respect. Hnglit ami MisM'M I.tiln YajjiT anil .Mary somebody is bitten before he orders the M Kiniii'y have tiiknn a cottAKvnt IIaIu'h enforcement of the ordiuntico that all CHURCH AFFAIRS. Well for a wi'uk or two. doRH appearing on the streets shall bo The corner stone of n new MethoTick liiifliies niannir by ri'sortlni: to muzzled or sutler the death penalty ? dist church at Middlesboro.was laid yeslii'mu ruinln,n hicc'hUh1 in uscapini: It has always been ti wonder to us terday. tin malarinl fi'vor npi'11, which foru woi'k ltev. Hen Helm will begin a meetwhat a man wants to keep a miserable Kt'i't him pretty wull down. so there will Mna. C II. SL'iiMr.iiso.v, of (iiiyan little f st for or other worthless do;:?, ing in Pineville be no service at the Presbyterian church ilottir, W. Va., and Mm. M C. Vanvlich, espi'cially in town, except to worry lib) .Siindny. neighbors with then of Ilunttnuton, W. Va., inothor and The ltev. T. It. Williams, a Metholaws probark. Fortunately our town of Mrs. A J. Harp, aro Iut iii'HtH. vide nptin.st such an infliction by fixing dist clergyman, was assassinated near .Min Dok Tai.hott, onu of Lincoln 10 lino Heber, Ark. He was shot from ambubb i omit) 'h fairest ilnimhten, Iuih bi'im vm a penalty if nit exceeding while riding along the country road. itiiiK Iut diitor, Mm. Albort llotnniul, against a person whose dog by loud and ltev. T. 1). Witherspoon, of the First thid nty, for the pimt few days. Ailvo-ni- t continuous burking disturbs bis neighPresbjterian church, Louisville, has bors. i. been elected to the McHrayer Chair of Mit. T. F. Si'ink, of Nccdli'D, Cal., arM mhii M. Newi.ami arrested on a writ the Hible of the Central University, rived yenturday. and lu and Bomobody issued by Judge'Hnrnott Kd Huster and itichmond. elht' aro very happy. Mr. Spink is now wife, Knto Hiatt and Mo'dic Hrooks, all Having tried the ministry and gono 'rain dispatcher on tho Atantlc t' Pacific negroes except the latter, who is a very all the gnits, Sam .Small will return to railroad. low white woman, charging them with Jilt K. A II vwki.s'4, .lit., chief clerk disorderly conduct in Rowland. They journalism, his iiiit love, and will pub lish thu Atlanta Herald in tho interest of f tlii'htipt'MOlllcuof thoS. A. & M. It wero trieil before thu judge Wednesday, prohibition. '. with hi.idiiiarterrt at Auiericiis, Gn , wiiun it was proved that they were The corner utono of thu Stuart RobUm been the jjuct of a couple of iniu'hty lighting, cursing mid blackguarding. inson Memorial church wnslaid in Loul.iilies on Dmvlllu otreet pretty yotuiK Hus'er was lined i'2o and costs, his wifo isville Wednesday afternoon. This is this week. 10, nnd the $10, thu Hrooks woman the second chinch built by thu Second Mil. and Miw. W. It. Gkoiuii:, who other one discharged. Mrs. Huster re Presbyterian congregation, of which tho liavo been vibitliiK nt McKiiiney, wero plevied, but her husband and Iiiooks Into Dr. Stuart Hobiiibon was paslor for tailed to their hoiitu in Piano, Texas, to jail. many years. Monday, by u dispatch statiup Mrs. John went The protracted meeting nt tho Presill. trial Judge Var At'Thit n several-dayFray was very MitH. J. I. McKisnkv .and .Mifh Dora non yesterday refuted license to James byterian, which wnn postponed last May, Hacker catne down from Green Hilar Gibbony to sell spiritous nnd vinous will begin the 1st Sabbath in SeptemMr. It. C. War ber. Bros. Spencer and Hopper aro exSprings, and nfter spcndlm- - tho ninht nt liipiors at McKinney. Mr. A. A. McKinney'H took tho evctir reii re resented the protestnnt, who hi' pected to conduct the meeting nided by eluded a considerable majority of tho ltev. Mr. linden, under appointment for bion tiain to the Hiclunond Fair Mna. J. H. lhtow.v, of hnnvitstiir. paes-i-i- l leading citiens, and Judge M. C. Sauf China this fall. ltev. II. W. Mnhony, father of ley, tho applicant. Under tho circum up to Jit. Vernon, Wednesday, by Miss Natinio ICennedy, stances the refusal of tho license seems ltev. It. B. Miihouy, of this place, hns who had been her Riicat. IJy tho way to have been proper. The citizens do perhaps held the longest continuous there and being pnstornto of any preacher in thu counwo learn that MIhs ICennedy was conmd. not wnnt a prettiest lady at tho without police protection they nrguo try. For 02 consecutive years ho has ered by many the that their village would bu turned over been pastor of tho Calvary Baptist Imcaster hop. Ji'ixjK C. K. Ki.MAin and Dr. 11. I), to the mercies of any lawless gang who chinch in Clarendon Co., S. C.,nnd durltodmnu, special agents for the Mutial chobu to fill up with whisky, if it wero ing the whole time peace and prosperity have blessed the congregation. Only Life IiiRuniiiro Co., of Now York, are permitted to be Mild there. two of his original members survive of that jreat institu-tioi- r hero in tho intercut Wednesday afternoon, a nnd ho is now receiving into the church A FitAUi). and mo meeting with fair success. looking individual ask- the fourth generation from his first memTho iudL'u seems to bo burying a talent, halo and hearty ed alms of various persons here, claim- bership. however, in uivim; up journalistic for ing that ho had nsoro hand which preinsurance work. Gov. Campbell, of Ohio, says ho is vented him from working for n Hiring. generous hearted citizens responded confident of ro election, and ho generOur CITY AND VICINITY. liberally nnd a goodly sum was niailo up ally knows what he is talking about. freah suit at J. 13. Foster's. d A daring robbery was committed in for him. An hour or so inter tho scoun r Fos- - drel was seen "rip roaringly" drunk nnd tho Kaston, Pa., NntionalHauk WednesFinar class brick for sale. J. U. loudly asserting thnt ho could whip any day at noon by three men who secured terbody in town. This lasted for it fow $1,000 and made good their escape. Nick cottage for sale or rent. Apply minutes till the sound reached Marshal Cherokee, Iown, wna visited by anloT. M.Gooilkiiusht. Newland'Honns when ho took him in other wind storm and Hood Wednesday. Tin; iMchmoiul excursiou train, Cant, tow and aoon had him in durance vile. Several houses were swept away, bridgea Taylor conductor nnd Phil Soden, disi- Yesterday morning nt his trial ho begged were washed out, nnd the railroads will nter, passes promptly nt 7:30 a. m., but piteously to bo released, promising that aufl'er. A Texas cattleman aaya tho outlook it hna been pooily p.itronizeu.oniy iiirto lie would never again show his face here. Wednesday and four Judge Carson granted thu request and at present is that the aupply of cattle ticketa belni; sold yesterday from this place, although tho tho last aeon of the professional beggar from that State will fall abort 1,000,000 round-trifaro is but $1:47 and the train he was striking a lively pace for another head, as compared with tho number last year. town to get in his work. back hero by supper. Semi-Week- ly InterFor Jouknal uus. Manaer JLllU If rPfliPSl , tA . a, B3! HI VA id 1 ri.YiiCfi-mrrciniA- A WJITS YOU AT THE a OmSYi:LE-STORE- Our new Fall Goods will soon arrive and we have yet on hand ny Summer Goods that we are determined to great ma- nl-- o 1 ii-M-mctl six-pock- Pool-Tdbl- o 1 moth-or-in-la- 1 1 if prices will accomplish our aim. Remember we are sacrificing every article left over at and below cost. Clothing and Gents' Furnish- ino (roods: ,lleji's aU'Woot oitnmer Uoats and vests 1.7 D, worth $0.0 0; Men's Brown and, Tan color .dlpacca Coat and, Vest a b"$2.50, worth, $Jf.d0; Men's Black Alpawn Coats $1, worth $2. Boys' Coats and Vests at 60c, and turn down, IQc. worth $1.26 '; Blue Cotton, Pants 45c; Men's Outing Shirts foe; Men's Gauze Undershirts 20c, worth foe: Men's brown Bhlbrian TJnaerwear 00a a, Suit, worth SI.5O; Linen Guffs J5C a, vair; Linen Collars, standing This week 0"CJ' s Jon, inn-l.iri- oiti-suti- s pro-en- Mip-p.- y Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Slippers, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Hats, Trunks, $0., at your own price Bon' t forilet to $et one of our handsome Rockers with event $20' s worth of goods, ft is not necessary to buy this at onetime. Come and get your booh. Eggs, Feathers and Gcnseng bought at the highest market, price at f w r all-thre- e h Main Street, Stanford, Ky, THE LOUISVILLE STORE I'RBANSKV, Proprietor. A. 8U1-I- ' MANES AND GABRIEL, Managers. Sl-V- b.ir-roo- m to-da- The treasury department begun its shipments of h.itrfU currency west to move tho crop". It 'is r- - 'minted that the demand for 1'lirretiiv .ill b" unusually largo this jear. After appealing to the in nor in vain the citins of M Paul petitioned the governor to stbp th Hall and bo en: JQ Mjldiers to encamp in the amphitbe.itru whi-rthe 0 scraji wis" to occur. The club loss ?J,-00- Fancy & Family Groceries Mason's Fruit Jars, Ring Top Jars, Fruit Jars, Scaling Wax, extra top and Rubbers, Jelly Glasses, Hruss and Porcelain Kettles. by it. Things are very unfair. old and able to get thorn When a man t is young ami poor, ho longs for things 1 he can't have, and when hois rich and ho no longer wants them. m m Acton a nw principle- - regulating the liter, Anew itina.rt and Ixmelt tliro'igh the nertcs LiIiouj. ditcovcry Ir Mile' l'ill speedily curt lies bail taste, orpul liver, piles, constipation. Une.Uj;d fur men, women, children Nusllu.t, miliU.t, surest Miles' Nervo and Liver Pllla cfFtOBERTS, fncat A K lYnnj' lift) do-- e 15 cent bumplcs Xi:V ADVEUTiSKMKXTS. Q A I V Ffi D DA LlC or ItKX I An excellent Farm firi'ly Improved, 105 Hcre, oil rUI ft 3 DRUGGIST AJQTX) tTErEXER, Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and Color of Alabasline; The Best and Barest WhileLead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and, Neal's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- t pike, kiiIo Hum depot. Miilek Uhslkv t, Lincoln County Court, Hold Juno 19, -r bleep-destroyui- iSt 1 horn u W. Vunon. who was eUvtod to the ofue of Count J mine in Lincoln countx , lu iiT mrn iicparteu mil 111c hiiu mic uiii.c .i.iiiii hlkd uv election of the itiUicet of thu pcaic said county until a nuicotior can he legally of clectiM.inil quiittieu, It is oruren tnai an eiec. tlvn 1) htld in aid county 1V the officer uppoiri- ed to hold the ritgular e'ection therein o thp Monday in Aunuit, 1891, for the election of .1 County J udse lor the uiicxpircu portion 01 tne term fur which vi ul Varnon wa elcctid I.KO. Ii. COOl' EK, C.I. C C. Acojy-A- tt verware, Watches, Clocks to do all kinds And JEWFLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. it Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. Lincoln County Court, Held June ). 1891, SEASONABLE GOODS. Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells Lightning' Fruit Jars, Mason's Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Hon. V U Vnrnon pti'ililinu, lrcted jiitluc ol in T.tni-filoffice hav ing ucvil micu uy appoinimeni 1111111 a sucici'ur elected mid iiullftcd. it is order can be M that all election be held in said district by the .1... ... u ... Iih tnnritril .iv!l .fikfrirt Co , having rt'iiKiH-- .is siuh and said '1 homas Kuliard, ohouii ll nli.... on.klm.l therein on tho 1st a for tne election 01 a justice ui um iv.i4.u iui mc uuva pired portion ol ihe term for which said Kichurds 1891, MonJiy in Aukuhi. In hrOil tlif. riviilr I.tmn Grain Constable in the Husloimllc district; a Jiuncoof tho 1'iai'c and Constable in the T urnersville dis uisirict; a trict; u Constalilc ill the walnut unnsiu'iie 111 inc v.rau iiliiiiiu uuuui auu u Coiiitahlc 111 the Highland district. OKO II COOI'KR, C I.. C C 4o Freezers, Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. Craclles, Mowing Blades, Leonnard Refrigerators, Water Coolers, White Mountain Farmers, Attezition. Now is the time to lay In jour fuel for the Win ter at cheap rates, hen. I jj to the B. K. & W. H. WEAKEN". H.6.RUPLBY,-e- - bar-roo- Laurel County Coal Association At I'lttsburjli, Ky.. and urder .1 Kive Hundred (300) lluslicl car ot their best lump coal on track this coal should at mines lor present . delivery ... aI, rn IriPV it tnn fori) car load lots in .. tteftirjgtito 13 ( t ia. Receiving His TAZBS I TAXES lOTAX-l'AVKK- 1 1 Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Springs Summer 'srvjs ,1 r Goods Give utm a call. Uealcrln Oak-loa- - hue school tax to collect lor la districts. I hope Come prepared to pa) all at one time tint every one of my will try to bu first to settle Richard M deputies Ml with mo or Newland, Samuel W. Menejw. 1 tax-pay- er 'IV I OK LINCOLN COt'N- S urn prepared tocollcct ou laxen lor IS9!. ,. M7MTt,M . ..jtfmv. . l4 I, ' fc. JiF RDBT FETTTCT, -'---- 'M Ml J. 3, .4111 Sheriff of Lincoln Ce. Mir r.K 1 1 FAR)! FOR SAL.E. wish to sell privately my I arm of.S acres, sit- uatitlon Ihe Knob Lick. luriipiKu !(, inues iroui Stanford and known as tho Old henry llricht place '1 he Iraiie dwelling contains S comtortable all ill good repair. Good rooms and water and locality healthful. Address, ., . . J. J.SAMUEL, Dan I out-hout34-i- m WU, All Work Warranted. ulk e old fit CLOSES AND MUS7, ""Repairing neatly and promptly done. p ieta goli or silver in exchange lor goods. Fine Watches a Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) "Tnrr r .'l'"'ip' F " - sssxssssss" j ft 5 ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal -- at- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. A DECEIVED MAN. Tramp Labor Colonics. Goernor Pastor von Boeilelschwingh, bless hiint 111' I'yn nt Last nml ho ought to succeed in anything if ho The ltlooil Went to ltevenge Clime. pro-nouu- eo PubllBhod Every Tuosday and Fr day S'cJ -- W.Tl YICVIi.IN When not so paid jJDr fl.NOffi w'll e S2.60 charged."! K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning at 5:30 p. m L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,..l J 39 pm i34Pm 13 am 347 am .6511am 313pm 1 Mail train gome North South Express train " South " North " Local Freight North time is About ao minutes faster South. The tatter traint also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar Golds and Coughs croup, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness cured by Myers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effective emergency medicine. It should be in every family. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co Lowell, Mass. A. S. PRICE, Office SURGEOy DENTIST. on Main street, over W. II. McRobertV Drug Store, Stanford. R. C. MORGAN, D. D, S. DENTIST. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, upstairs Nitrous Oxide Oas gien for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE SHELTON HOUSE, J. H OREER, Proprietor, Rowland, First-clas- - - Kentucky. m s accommodation at reasonable rates. Open day nd night Sample room and Rood livery in connection COOK'S SFHXXsTGS bituated in a beautiful alley on Dix River, about 4U miles can of Stanford, near the county road e lending from Goshen to the Stanford and quipike, will be open for those seeking aHrst-class et, pleasant and healthful Summer Resort. accommodations will be furnished to guests and. us the Springs have been ery recently open-eAmong the the terms willbe reasonable amuenients will bedancing, boating, fishing, Carriages will meet guests at Rowland when tc .'notified The season ot 18.pi will open with a 'Grand Picnic June 19 Terms for board enn be addressing luul by ? aj J. F. COOK, Pror., Stanford, Ry. Preach-ctsvilima-.'l- iy f - i Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OF STANFORD, KY., Is now fully orgauned and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - -- $200,000. 15,0Q0. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, (Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management. By provisions of itschaiter, depositors lire as fully protected as aie depositors in National Ranks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as ' an individual To those who entrusted their buisincss to us mnaging the Lincoln National Bank ol while Stanford, v. e we here tender oitr manv thanks and their business trust they will continue to transact prompt attenwith us, offering as a guarantee for tion to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as arc consistent with sound banking. J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J, iukeitors: . ' Stanford; A W. Carpenter, Milledjeville; J. K Ilaughman, Hustsnville; J F. Cash, Stanford ; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. Shanks, President S.JI. J II. Owsley, Cashier W. M. Bright, Teller J. H. liaughinan, General Rook Keeper. M. llall.Staulord; J. S. Owslsy, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford ; J.E Ljnn, has succeeded in learning how to his own name has devised n method of doing away with vagrants in Germany which is worthy of perious consideration in all civilized countries. The method has worked so well that in Prussia vagrancy has fallen off with an annual saving to the state of In Westphalia, where tea 1,000,000. years ago thero were 4,000 tramps, the-.are now "next to none," and to tli.,: province is saved in consequence .M3,-00- 0 a year. This is thd practical side of the plan and the ono which commends itself most to tho American mind. In Germany, of course, puujwr relief, like everythingelse, is under government control. Wandering paupers are disposed of in three separate establishments. First there aro "station almshouses" at regular intervals, in which, for a small sum or its equivalent in labor, a vagrant may obtain lodging and a meal. lie is then provided with a certificate which enables him to tramp on to tho next There are lodging houses called "friendly inns," rather better thaif the fetation almshouse, where not only tramps, but respectable persons out of work, may find food and sholtor. These nro maintained by a system of private benevolence. Thus nobody is allowed to prey on private individuals. Third aro tho labor colonies. o If a person comes begging to a or area door ho is sent to tho station almshouso or friendly inn. Ho must carry also tho official certificate with him that ho is in plain Euglish a tramp, ikhI hv must besides walk for nine hours or work that long before he can get tho food and lodging. In Germany the government even prescribes the least number of miles a tramp shall wall: in a day. Tho official certificate which he must in every case produce show3 just what ha is and where he came from last, or he is arrested and sent to tho hotue of correction. The labor colonies, puro nud simple, however, promise the most hopeful solution of the tramp question. Tho station almshouse and friendly inns give Tho relief and employment. colonies promise permanent reform. It is here that the work of good Parson von Bodelschwingh comes in. He bought a farmhouse and some! wild lands near Bielefiold, whoro ho lived, borrowing tho purchase money. The working theory with which ho began his task was this: Keep tho vagrant always busy. Ho must work his due proportion of tho time at regular stated hours. Ho must sleep tho regular stated time, ho must pray during tho allotted period, or at least go through the motions of it. Not ono hour is allowed him to relapse into his old idlo habits. "Pray and work" is the motto of all tho German labor colonies, of which there aro now several, established on the foundation laid down by the parson with the name. This genuine labor reformer announces that food, lodging and moderate pay will be given to all who work under his regulations. The food and lodging are of sufficiently fair quality, tho pay is five cents a day, which would amount to perhaps fifteen cents in America. The man receives no money, however. Ho gets orders on tho store which is maintained on the farm. Money he could spend for liquor or make his escape with. Nobody, however feeble, is excused from work; something is found to employ all. A man may stay at tho labor colonies two years and mast stay three or four months. Tho work of this vagrant colony has changed too wild lands of the farm into a blooming garden and beautiful landscape. The best part of the story is. however, that the parson and his aids find that only one man in twenty is an incorrigible vagrant. Fifteen per cent of tho persons dKcharged from the labor colo nies go into permanent situations, and of those who have left the colonies aro known to have become resectable citizens. The union of public with private charity in Germany has resulted well. one-thir- d, i feia-tion. The (, llsmilion A Dayton. Railroad, announces a rale ot nd $5,0 or the round trip hetown Clnctnaatl buy crying out: Ietntt on August j, on m count ol the t. A. R right up and have your blood KmampmeHt On August 1 and j the round trip "Come b tested! Never fails to show you the exact rie will be $7 t. n Tukeu will for goud returning till till Vtirf 18, with provision condition of the blood, and is the only UM the joint acnt Sept 10, by ilpoMllg tickets ued by thecelebrutul doctors of Kutope at Detroit A, deposited on the stand two or three queer looking glass bulbs filled with red liquid and began to cry out: "Now, then, have your blood tested for only a nickel! The only certain test known to medical science, and the only one by the leading physicians of America l" It was a hot day, and no ono seemed to care about ids blood, and the joungntan had been crying out for a quarter of an hour before nnyonelmd the curiosity to (.top. The wilier was a solid little man w itli a grip, and lie got oil' a street car on purpose to call. If the owner of the bulbs had looked at him clniely ho would havu seen something like pounded gla-- , mixed with carpet tacks in each eye, but hu wa man, and he was alto not an d Of llcndtraoii. Mitchell C. Alfird Lleut.GovHior Or Bell. At 2 o'clock estenlay afternoon a tall '. J. Mtwdtick young man, who was mostly composed of Attorney C.cneral Of FUmtng a linen duster and a Itoin.m noso, placed a C Nsrroan hiimll stand under the awning, of Avenue Auditor Of Huotis - . ... State.J',' FOB, SAIiET Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing erms easy. t ! YwMig Brown acres. fMilivnjfill "i vbb 1 -- uss is ii cj)jjpuisviut Wtw Amsrt TO jssnasnTssnnnw-- . Chicaco Ri T R. WALTON, Stanlord. bk I'UKiA'CI-D-, Treasurer Regitr Snpt ............ .... QfGr. Of WolU. ....... .11. S. Hale MYERS HOUSE, P. W GREEN, Proprietor jtlD-Rl'I base recently ti en charge 01 tins well knwwn Motel and int n t Keeping it at its present high standard, btcuui U "ti n gistn to the traveling First-ClasM ll.l 11DIMS G. Ik R P. Sg public. ail ii7'ir'xrl' Awl lutruetl Clerk Cosirt Appal O'0e '1Ihou A. A4a -- WJIilvTo (. Of Ho.rri.on Judge Representatlv County. s Sample Room Incosneclim Also W It. I) II. Kdtatston . Vr l'ullmau Ve.tibuNsI llnffet Sleupers and Pullman Iluflet Chair Cars on all traint through to Chicaro without change. Oo sin the tmwm and gel the Best for thi Uist money. I' or information addiest I li.VKKKK, A. Chic ago J.si. W 11 CRLS1I, l II 1' A . Imimi l THE C, H. & D. A Cont a MUo to Dotrolt. A. R. fiwutlle rout, the CliKinutl, Pool and Billiard Parlors. AR t.uiJ.'t. von diMiig id m horM-shotu- ISTOHTXXBTEST, i til-- : CASH ONLY. ttt eiioti and America!" Finding that I ran not make a decent Una J br all a credit huslncsi, 1 have Wtittsl to 0 making buggy and Hy mid repairing fT ca.h, and for cash unly parmii cnth )uu can get vork done cheaper well a a.md the humiliation of basing ntrmeu er few weeks pieMMitrd .n farm-hous- into the other compartment." "Never fails ehf" "Never, sir." "Recommended by all medical motif" "Uy all of 'urn, sir. What's thu uutttoi with you 1" "The matter V, I'm going to glv you the nil flretlcst llckpig an infernal old fa kit ever got!" replied tho other as he took oil his coat. "She t".Us, does she" inquired tho solid man as he put down hit grip. "She does Take this bulb in your hand If your blood is all right the tluld will rush FIvo Dollars to Niagara FallH n WALrifK IMFUK; rurncrsvllle, The annuiil cheap excursion tn Niagara Foil. ia Thursday, theC.lt A D. Kmlton.l oicur. will run Julyo Fol-d30 The .pedal excursion trains and Detroit i.utl thence to the 1'alU vt the popular Mich if si Central nn 1 will be solidtrams. consisting f thrmnih coaches chair cms ami sleeprs i!n tumid trip rate fium Cittcmnali or Indianapolis will be $ and to Toronto and return Tickets will be sold July 10, good to return i Aug 5. The through Ueping carsrvite over the C , II X 1) and Michigan Central Railroads between Cincinnati ia loledoand Detroit ami the lairy islam' of Mackinac and the Northern Lake re rt has been resumed for the season These .ars Ky MM LOOIBVItlt 4 NaSHVUlC Is the line f r ft. R ICE, ICE We will deliser ice each as follows- )'", a- - it' I Double Daily Trains Mn i t ti ns at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI 1 Through Car to Mackinaw. Under 50 Pound' 1$ cents, over 50 and under 100 1 cent, over 100 is of a cent. 1 HKOL'CH I l.(.(.Al,K or A 1 ICKrTS (. r all points l l lilt Kl D i lMRul i.H f mf rinsi I tem-jiora- ry I "But I couldn't" r seated by Dr. L V HurTiuan, Stanford, Ky He didn't finish. The solid man kioked thu table sky high, tho bulbs oatne down to scatter their contents over the flags, ami I.. B. COOK, the young man with the Roman nt?c jumped over two children and an ice cream PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, cart and lied swiftly away in search of some STANFORD. KY. shady dell where madness enters not. "The bloomin' idea of it!" growled the Office ver Mi Roberts' Drug More Resident e ot solid man, as he put on his coat and pulled Jsine- B Owens property at the junction u ni and Dauwilc pikes down his vet. "The bloomin', blaster idea of my blood lx.iu' the hloodiuat in all; Now lork, with goose pimples standln' HOUSE, out all over mu, and bolls popping out like peas from a pod!" Q. niLEY. Proprietor, F. And whoti he had gone away a butcher gathered tip the broken legs of tho tab)1, Kentucky. the barefooted children tracked up the London, "medical science" with their dirty feet, I have mos ed to my new Hotel and am bettei and Avenuo A returned again to its puMic ever to condition. M Quad in New York prcparid than attached accommodate the and every cemvtnienc c deGood Livery livening World. sired. One me a call. Icue Cincinnati csery ening. except Sstutday, at lotiVUck, jrnvlng at Mackinaw il no the "Because I had my blood tested by the next esening For rjtes. tickets, etc . address anv C . It. A. D blamed thing two weeks ago on Houston MiCurmick nud you said I had the lust blood in agent or K O Cincinnati O i;enerl passenger and 11. ket agent New York. Sumo nitjht a rash broke out all ovur me. Three dajs later a loll came on my lug, and I've got back from W. 13. Syracuse, where a doctor told mo that I had the hives and had got t drink butter milk all the rust of the sumniur. Prepare to bo licked!" Oftice South side Main street, la otisce recently "What for?" M. F. ELK1N & CO., iyr Or 11 SNj IMI It went. Kv Msrfr Irs i'a i ke 1 IT k, I kl ' imie I C Stanford, Ky. i jut DR. PENNY, Dentist. "1' if 'flmim SCfl tsw MssssWIIssW'PEHISxX nvnrrsssi itT-- ., --sJs i p" ur y i "w i- IK. LJ. in7SVaSi'1iV r"-.f- k mmmmm ,110 m? unaj' - m nn P'ki rS" i r WX n i ' " r . c llus-lonvil- &'J imp, ...mrsa wj Tit S 'M Jl'TWr. IT .. 9 W iMM'i.a5?AiJr whet jtrvjrs-t- - ' Mgfcsv;? "is -- i I fc:.V-U.i 1 .7 1 i U.U5 TVWXlTAVJim&ZD I t)VAV a" v 11 , I . is he - 'It MaLn g )irr 1 1 i"t Caaaila, m r (oiial t New 1 ion ! THE RILEY St 1 o i. IIviiimI, ihigan I'eii't. Chliao It C lis aixl. liidunapoli. ul the H ett M Ml-i- , T-vWrn-teSr- -'" i am per-spiriu- g -- , FRANK RILEV. iVIirn In Doubt I'rt-sl- i I)ul. M. CRAIG,1 Result of recent Kilitical events in revival of the bnstlnnde. A boldier Homoopathlc Physician, condemned to receive twenty-flv- e btrokes with thu whip In lintiilwl over ton couple SI AN FORD, - KEN rUC K of comrades, who have ordora to strike ala m , i to j p m El' ternately. A dispute arises at the eleventh Office Hour lo to ii opm stroke. Ofhce on Lancaster street, opposite court hou.e "That make ton," Mild one. "Twelve"" replies the other. Dul-Knrla DE. JOHN sed my IUr tr "i" t the Com mmodatc i jc J I they tasay gentlrnieii in alsn waittct ua Cn with in m. line. CtuMren Solid 1 rams. en., amoving cars and mime, JLSSK I lit MI4N. CtMihes Pultniau H .id it Mfrjift" th. ugh Ir(.mn.crcial Hotel. change siaChaiin gs, Htcmitig'iam, MenJ Ian maVing dirert ioom ii ns esi toute I r Knvs. vltle, A.hesille, Lynibl urgand points in the mercial Motel, J New Wsvshinglots, Yrk, ug Isrid, .icickcst time tn H.tr t.hurg, I'rsnVfort Kv Richmond, IK.IN'IA Shoti.si u.' Haltimcire, Doslon, Pbilsdtluhu, llaiinerem )' iKliet line to antirg ith-o- I f Aft: i2 .. Xywjhbsv At Chliiiongs t n, tr DA I ("'i.i'U, nsn.ik.LaLe t.ii.ts mils-lin- e for A Uinta, Columbus, Wilaung Augi.sU, Macon, Savannah, Cii) , rhossia.vill and r I.tJltl "TenI" "Twelve!" tre. "Isjy, let us start afresh!" Monde Illuv After Number Ono. MtkM A "WAK1TI1TC. Wt of Wajnesbssri, under th prescribml for ssseh trespass. m running solid trains with choice Sltvping Cars to fa V. sonsille without ih.ngv lor iny class f )assen I.;.mh Itsdoir or I'.l.ce he I'orsyatst are hereby foibiAlen to fish In mt pona vies like, JAMBS McWHORTKR, Vsweenite, Kj & mt rikOfiiJ ?& AT tVJ.' grrsor (gi(e Selna and Montgomery tluni.villf , Decatur, ten e .Meinplu. anJ lt K ANs, s mi u viiir'".! and ai i k. I Annial-Srlm. Ms made In Duett loniteiti'ns transfeiatforNI-.- lilt I IAN without omni jus iiiu'fitoo II jston, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. 1 e nly thiougn tine t la. kon and kiburg. Miss , Jbrrvet I a , i ising i'ire.t 1 1 i un.-..t."- LIME AND BRICK. Cents a Ilushel In LanUncle without omnibus tran, 'r I' r Dallas Tl Worth, Austin San Antvnie. hi I'aM ai.u poii.tnu 1 j a i ! isr orS'" She He I love She lfc'5lrsi--2- will deliver Lime at j caster. Stanford and the neighborhood I will also load on cars at Crab Orchard, at 5 cents a hundred. Oise me a chaiuc. FkH) KItt j(fim I E. II. FAK3IEK, TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. For through rates inlormaiiun call on or T0NS0RIAL" ARTIST, STANFORD, KENTLCKV, s Harbrr Shop nn Main street, opHas a posite I'otlM in Hou.e and invites a share of your Prompt attention to otsi ie rslls and patronage isl attention to ladies and rht drer Wnrk tlotc in the latest strle with neatness and dis So 6m patch firtt-rlas! add'ess I). Mil I 1 K 1 lav Pass Cm. 11 Ak1 at I iticilon I itv, Ky Mt INK V WOOI LI V. A cm , I tirrcit c mty maps and tul liatli Man.r D i nati O esmeton. Kr KDWARDS, l A T A., rapt w Whom do you care most for, Jack? it posslhle you do not know whom hest in all this world? Yes, I know, hut next to himf Life. Is Kentucky Central R.R. "JJIVJC OKASS UOl'lUC." ThoShortoat and Qulckont llouto from Contnil Kontucky to all points North Eaet, WoHt and South-WoKa Lino between Loxlnirtou ant! Cincinnati. ut Dealer In 1 orcign A D testis WINES AND LIQUORS, At hernial.', and Milwaukee hritlcl irHrr.u .trert. bet F!o).l aiid om.sm uoiuo, I'restull, LULISUI.ir., ls.1 on t ha My gixhls Wr, warranted to keep six it House saloon and will be found t the IVrtman i at Ferrill Bros , Rowland lwr. v Seni. . OLID KIT.. Newport News H0XJTE , Washington, Philadelphia ' blid A Mismippi alley Cn Vesti' uliil Trains to "E D. THROUGH TRAIN- - CINCINNATI TO MID one-fourt- h "As today is your hirthdny, my life," remarked the sporting htishand, "I'll kj and shoot a pheasnnt for you." "Xo.no," she lemonstrated; "a hnrewlll satisfy me. They come cheaper, you know." Flieycndo Blatter. Lack nf Kmerenco. "Is young Mr. Gotham familiar with Browning in any degree" "Familiar" repeated the Boston maid. "He's posltholy flippant." Indianapolis Journal. A Young Diplomat. "Did you give your schoolmaster anything during the holidays" "Yes," said the hid little boy, "I gave him a bottle of lotion to soften his hands." Just For Sal 86 I Baltimore, Now York, DLIBOROU(iHandJELLIC. SCHEDULE IN KFKECT MAY io,toi No. I. South-llouii- lis Well. Twenty liuilcliiijj, r.ols In the corporate limits o Rowland II :J. DARST, Rowland. ' All points Last and Southeast Only one uight .ut Irom Lexington. Mas H, ityl. Corrected Tune Card In JCliHt .Hound. I ast Mail leaves Leslngtna duly at 715 am, Winchesters ty Mt Sterling s .,Ollie Hill 1040 Ashland 11 13 pm, CutletUburg 113, anhlnj at Huntington li.so pm Limllcl Eprtss leaves Isiiigtnn ilails at 6 13 .Mt Sterling7jo, Oluc Hill pm, Winchester 7 o oj, Ashlatl tu jo Cntletuburg 10 43, arriving at 11 07 pm Huntington at Acco.nmodation, clallv, except Sunday, louses Lexington at j 45 pin, Windiesler 7 10, Mt. Sterling 7 4 , arriving at Olive Hill at 10 pus Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leaves Lexington at 11 onm, Winchester 11 so pm, Mt Sterling 05 pm Daily leave Olive Hill 6 4 am' Ashland 8 45 sin, Catlttbuig y o., arrlvw Hunt ington 9 15 am. 1 N. UU s p in p in 11 111 111 No x I. Sun. s Daily Ix 3 Sun rr WEI.X. Call on or address me BOKIBTG, at Stanlord, Kentucky, L. T. a.ui s ii. I.ve Lve Lvc Arr Arr Lve Arr fc A J. England's part of agreement in the triple alliance will be an engagement to OF STANFORD, KY. use her fleet, if necessary, in maintaining the present status of affairs on tho Capital Stock Mediterranean. This practically would ....-16, BOO make her side against Francoand Russia Surplus in case of difficulty. England would do Attention of the public is invited to the fact better to throw all those old European Epoch. this is the only National Rank in Stanford. that Bank Act. Under the provisions of the National the capital nations over, letting them fight out their by depositors are secured not only A I'ollto Client. stock, but by the stockholders' liability tor an own quarrels, she meanwhile cultixting Lady of the House Well, Herr Muller, amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of a good strong friendly understanding I hope you aro enjoying your dinner of $400,000. this institution are secured by a fund of the bank with the United States, where Five sworn statements of thecondmon Ilerr Muller Oh, yes. I have today an are made each) ear to the United States governof her money are invested. The appetite worthy of a better ca use!" Scherz-haftement and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititonal unity of English speaking peoples ought .... and perfect safety to depositors Wlij? This institution, originally established as the to bo something more than an idle dream Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1838, then Tho wife who makes the homemade shirt, i6j and of the sentimentalist. National Bank ol Stanford as the , Tho boro w tin stays nml stayn, the First National Bank of again Tho maiden fair who dj cs her hair, Stanlord in lbSa, has had practically an uninterCharles A. Dana says that the old tiuio Tho hen that uuver lays. rupted existence of jj years It is better supplied ,now with facilities for transacting business prompt editor was always fighting, always The college mnn with mandolin, ly and liberally than ever before in its long and "sassing" some brother editor and getHonorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduTho ulrl who "neer plnyi," firms and individuals respectfully sohc- ciaries, Tho chestnut (lend by Satan screened), ting called bad names in return. Now Thoso Emerald paper Jays. The Directory of this Bank Is composed ot we don't have j.iersonal controversy to The glrU you lovo who don't love yon, TM. Foster, of Stanford; any extent any more, says Mr. Dana. Tho man with fours you rnUe, '.Forestus Rud, Lincoln county ; Ho w ho regales you w it li tho tales Then The Sun editor sails in and attacks Hayden, atanioru; J. W. You heard In baby days. Borne obnoxious individual in a way S. H Baughman, Lincoln, Tho man who borrows for a. day M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; that makes ono individual ut least conS. T. Harris, I.Incolu; And uovur, never pays. clude that tho ago of personal newsTho humorist, tho man of whist, J. S. Mocker Stanfsrd; paper controversy has just been turned Tho hypocrite who prays. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; on red hot. T P. Hill, Stanford; Tho man who lies about the size FIRST NATIONAL BANK I am well prepared to bore wells and wlll'do the work in a good manner and promptly Arr Arr Arr I.v Arr At One Dollar a Foot. Lve ass v Cincinnati S 18 a in I Covington. Falmouth.... am t a n 11 iS Paris hi in Lexington .. 11 10 p m 11 Paris si jj a Winchester. is lu p m, Richmond.., 35 p mi p m 4 4 Lancaster.. pm t Stanferd. Richmond 35 I " Llvington. . J IJ l m Middlcslviiro 7 35 P '" s n 111 1 d. ol id 00 3 00 p 00 m j i' p m .7 00 p ra r 1$ m 6 la tl mB - - jsra r a 6 jn jim 7 35 p Ji . .... North-Houn- I No. 4, 11 1 No. 1, Xo.f .. S200,00O 3t Bastin's Saw Mill. base finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles from Stanford and arn prepared to furnish any kind of LUMHER. SHIM.Lhb. Ac , at LOWEST PRICKS. I will sell the lumber at the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give I AVont ?300,-000,0- 00 s. me a trial. I'astoihcc, MAYWOOD, K I will deliver sawed chestnut shingles ford or Rowland at $j aj per.M 43-iy , at Stan-,. A. It. tA5 i I ? 111 John II. Cattleman. A. G. Lauham ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. B AHBEE & CASTLEM AN MANAGERS, Catlettsburg 6 is, Ashland 6 j;. Sterling ioa;, Winchester 11 05 and arrives Lex-Itiat no; pm Limited hxprcts leaves Huntington daily ut m pm.Cathttsburg J9, Ashland I u. Olive Hill 305, Mt.Metling 4,i, Winchester 4 s and arrives ut Lexington at $ 30 pm Accommodation, dally exrept Sunday, leaves Olive Hill 4 am. Mt. Sterling 25. Winchester 7 is and arrives at Lexington at 8 05 am. Accommodation daily leaves Huntington at 6 35 pm, Catlettiburg 657, Ashland 7 in and arrives at Olive Hill !55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt Sterling at 1 ao pm, Winchester J5 a11 arrives n Lcsington lit a 45 pm Limited Vestibuled Express runs daily and tas Pullman Vestibuled llulfet Sleepers between Louisville, Lexington, Washington, New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated gt 1 1 1 Vast Mail leaves Huntington dally Jlouml. 00 am, Olive Hill S Jo, Mt at Lve Middlesboro Lvc Livingston... Arr Richmond... Lve Stanford Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond. Lve Richmond,. Arr Winchester, Arr Parts Lve Lexiugton . Lve Paris Lve Falmouth.. Arr Covington... Arr Cincinnati ,. a in s a in S" ' V a in - v; 7 00 a in .5'sS 7 jo a m 10 15 a in u 46 p m 6 05 a in I 40 p m 6 55 a in 3J Pm a 00 p in 7 00 a m 3 45 p 45 P '" 7 53 am 4 93 p 4 10 p m 9JJ a m. c to n 5 40 p mi 10 49 a m 6 37 p 5 30 P mlio 55 a m 6 43 p 6 58 15 46 .......... .. 7j5am m in m ui ia -- V. G. Welch, Stanford. W. I l. Tate, Stanford. . OFFICERS: S. HocVer, President; John J. McRobcrt. Cashier; A. A. McKtnney, Assistant Cashier $ , Ho "on tho brink" who hutcs to think Scientists tell us now that tho material That advertising pas. of which tho sun is composed is exactly And many more that I might namo the same as that of the earth, and that, Henonth tho sun's warm rays, ' ic short, ourlittlo planet was ono) a Why don't thoy Ilco from wrath and teo part of tho sun and has been thrown off Clothier nud , Ua into space by that great globe of fire. Furi-Uher- Of Uih ho no'ur dlsplajs. Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South. "W. j A. TBISBLE, Local STANFOHD. KY. Ag-oat- , , daily except Sunday, No 1, dally to all points except Rowland Dlvis lon( tvhich is daily except Sunday. Jvo. 1 runs daily from Lexitigion to Cincinnati No, 1 runs dailj East of Huntington on the C. A- O. Route No. 5 runs daily from all stations except the Fast Mall Trains run daily except Sunday Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday Lexington and H uiitin; ton. Make direct No 3 daily except Sunday. connection at Huntington with C .V O ; at Ash No 4 dally between Cincinnati and Lexington land wuh S. V.R ; at Witiche.ter with K C. R No 43 Parts and Lexington Accommodation (LilR. north and south bound, and at Lexington with ly. Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. m. Arrives Paris P. Railroads. S. mid C,N. O. L 15 Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, to No aIi 1,1 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinexcept Sunday. Connects at Winchester to A--and nati 510pm Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m daily N. from K C points and at Lextngtor. with L. except Sunday, R. R.for Louisville. No. Falmouth 6 Lexington and .Mt Sterling Accommodation cinnati7 Leaves dally except 00 a m. Arrives CinSunday. 7 55 a in direct conruns dally except Sunday, and makes Mlddlcshor-ougNo. 2 and 6 make connections at Winchester for h nnd Irom nection ut Winchester to A: M. V R'y, E. D. and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. points 3on the N. N. No. carries through cars from Cmcinnatito Ity for Louisville p'orfull information in regard to rates, routes, Middlcsborough and Cumberland Gap aud all In termediate stations and runs daily. Ate , apply toauy agent of this cr connecting lines W, L MUNSON. Trav. Pass. Agt., CincInnaU. C. P. ATM ORE, SR KNOTT, C. L. IIROWN, riL E. HUNTINGTON, Trafhc Manager. Gen Pass. Agt, G. P A, V P.andG. M., General oilice, Louisville. Kv Lexington, Ky, S. F. B. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt.. WS HARRISON. C.W. BARNEY, 1 P. A., Ashland, Ky UfTice Chamber ot Commerce Uuilding.Cincinnat G M., Lexiugtou,Ky On theMav sville Ilranch, No 10. leaves Paris al c. a m and No. " 13. at fin. n , ar.tvimr 31 sville at 10 10. a m. ami m n m tin. ., leaves Mav sville at 1101m.1rnnn1.91 Pmi at No. it leaies Mav sville at 13a and 7 40, am. arrives at Paris at 4 10, p m. These trains are V. F. F. V. A-- &,L -. ' ;iu i. -- t