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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891081101 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. ir-- Y ' r Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. s HUSTONVILLE. , m ! Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST H. 1891. N0.4Q i BARBOURVILLE. KNOX COUNTY. in FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Mrs. Ellle Ilrownlie, of Wasiota, is James Harper sold n visiting Mies Ada Sublet at Mayor S. H. $1LV. weok for j Prof. J. M. Hubbard, of the WliiU Ini.s become of your' versatile Plwhinan'. Cnih Orchnnl perlbe? Wu miss his ex- - Stanford Female College, win here Tues-cellethe interest of his school. lucubrations. In reference to the I. J.V editorial got back from Drip-- 1 Our plug Springs Saturday evening after a regarding Maj. Wood's viit to this place delightful time with their Garrard and it is a fact that no man ran dispute, that Madison brethren, of whose hospitality he was ontcrtidnee by pro constitution fox-hunte- rs fancy mule last ''' ' democrats and mugwump republicans they ate extravagant. and such party men as Hon. John II. Mr. Ci. C. Clayton, just over the border, reports a gallinaceous prodi- Wilson, Col. Clark and Judge Tinsley pullet, which were able to gy in a to see him, and oet up latter p.. ft of .f tily. at one time Mr. Wilson called at Maj. I'onltiy fanciers can rely upon Mr. Wood's room he found him busily enClayton's veracity ami accuracy, para gaged with three democrats, who were relating to him how the rejection of the doxieal us is his statement. The stock premiums oM'ired by Dan- constitution had been agitated in this ville Fair Association were too meager county, and Mr. Wilson was denied n to draw a large exhibit from our vicini- personul chat with the major just tiun. The first representation that I ever ty. .Many stables in which are wearers of the blue didn't have a reprosonta-tive- . saw of a republican rooster was producOwners and drivers thought it a ed in last week's isine of the Hurbour-vil- le News. I thought that this denomigood time to rest up and prepare for nation of birds belonged to the, democricher lields. There has not been much election racy and I have never seen them used talk slme last Tuesday's papers were to represent the joy over a victory other Some of our incumbents than by this last named party ; in fact, I distributed. opposed the new constitution de-- ' think they properly belong to the dem-riwho some comfort from the retlection ocratic party ami the jmrtv's property that their I easy is extended a year by should not lie infringed on in such man-thinstrument which seems tohavejner Now, my humble judgment upon this matter is that the News ollice did met the approval of a majority. Dr. Brown Is especially proud of a not contain a cut of an eugle, and the recent testimony from fair hands. On Newsman was so bent on using some droppitig into his der! after an exhaus- kind of a bird to more forcibly express tive drive one day last week he was bis joy over the adoption of the constistartled momentarily by sight of a large tution that he took up tho emblem of hamper tilled and heaped with canned the democratic party to do so, and yet fruits, jams, preserves, and luscious ap he says "the adoption of the new constitution is due to Hon. A. T. Wood and ples, peaches, pea's, ami plums, Uale ltrown spent last week at and the republican party. The occasion of the sodal party about Liberty, nrofesiedly visiting his Cooper was up last en by Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cook, latt Thompsie Saturday and Sunday. lie brought the Thursday night, in houor of Miss Annie e family as he Is not campaigning now. Lee Dishmau, is oue of the most Cook ran up from the Falls Inst ant of the swtHon. Harbourville's society in its best colors and there Saturday and stayed over till Monday, was quite a number of visiting ladies He says fishing is still splendid. He "ere HUperintonded weighing h "ynliVr cat" present, who added greatly to the enjoy "t ' the evening. Among them caught a few days ago which balanced nt an honest ,"0 pounds. (Jeorge Weath-- I "ure Miss Mamie Young, of Atlanta, . Miss Gertrude I'aden. of came by from Danville Fair and n " ".and Miss Uolmrta Cliiun, of Jimmie Cook to the Falls good feasting and sleep. igtou. Thofee who wore not so uccus-Jiweek's t" terpsichorian revel amused Harper and Jim lteid are at Kussell Springs taking a rest before beginning themsulvos around tablos with games of . Prof. M. (i. Thomson Prcheosi. muggins, cards, ulc, while a fall and wife were called home from Itusell ' number of young ladies nnd a few by the illness of their little tlfinen, among the former were Misses daughter." Mrs. Sophie Carpenter, of Kiln Tinsley, Mamie Young, Mabel Somerset, has been spending a few dnys Hurnside, Annie Dishmau, Gertrude with her parents and brother. She goes 1'adeii, Maude England, Haliie Itullard to Greon llriar this week accompanied "'! Kate Colton, tripped the light fan-b- y her mother and Mrs. J. It. Greon. tMtic? to their hearts content, which Mrs. Dr. Iao Hullman, of Lexington, is scorned only to be reahzwdniter the "wee announced their with her parents. Mrs.S. G. Drve, ac- by Hrothor and Millard Al-- nval. Miortly after this timo around len, went to the Falls last weok. Miss street comers and tl rough duity lanes Dollio Williams will teach at Nicholas were heard chatting good humoredly ville the ensuing year Hor excellence merry lads and lassies on their way "to as a teaher insures a remunerative sal-- home." Ca-Be- y thrce-mouthn'-ol- d 't house-keepin- g ri.... Kice A Woodu are in town.wkha lo leal School forCirls. W. M. McAfee eold II ewes to G. C. h Annual Session opens Wednednv.R-nl- . flth. IflOI. of Indian ponies, which thev intend t Givens at $'..7't. Prepares for Wellcsley. W. T. POYNTEB. f W. II. Prewttt bought of William dispose of here on county courl day, Tewmey, of Hoyle, 10 cattle .uotulay. "MwCo!lflnlnSout-..,,eS- t M,e than ..oooalumn.. (TIT I Capt. Jack McGee, architect and :i cents. nt lea.I-m- : to drets -- f iA,ii yiULjL' kU L. I al, feaetltific and Ik M. 0. Vandeveer sold the 10 nice builder, has just about completed the hft.hfuL S L?Al: J"?eii. Location ".!.? . . , ... .....,,. . . .,.,..,.-- IK .,., y, .Cr.eCt7L , (..i., K , ,n lurtnpr iniormatlon ti W. C ewes advertised in this pap:r to Thomp- addition to Mrs. Bettie Paris' residence, address I) l) Danville. Ky. OtNO which will be one of the handsomest son at SS 7.). W. II. Bush bought of Dr. Drake residences in London. The new race-trac- k for September delivery Y2 fat cattle at Ci nt the fair ground is a half-mil- e long and pronounc cents. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. B. F. Hayilen bought of W. A. Hail ed by the several horsemen who have J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. a nice hunch of feeding cattle at a little seen it to be as good as any in the State. A big time is expected nt our fair. over S127 a head. They weigh about !K). 1891. Mr. A. It. Dyche, editor of the J. L. Cogar bought "0,000 pounds of tobacco in the Stamping Ground district, Mountain Kcho, and Walker, youngest Full corp ot Coneratury and N'ormil i .,1 tea ,.er S .penor courM 111 Literal ire. Muilc and Art. Kxcelleiit boarjmg department I ataw,j icj and urc lar furnuhed on application. son of Tom Province, are down with tyScott county, last week, at 3 to lie. phoid fever. Mr. Ford is getting nlong Midway Clipper. A. 11. Bonta has realized $2,000 from well, mid the many friends of the.others his sheep the past year, $1,000 from the are hopeful and anxious for them". The London cornet band will play lambs and $100 from the wool. This is sort of industry that is being ruined for the Unrbourville Fair on September the !Jd and 1th, notwithstanding by the depredations of worthless curs. II. that MiMHillllllP hT,ENTRF 1,"! , SHELBYVILLE. KV An Sixty-sevent- i?ll ..... I '3um. . Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September isl, STANFORD MALE ACADEMY F. BLAKE:.IAX, Principal. h-ni le ve j o giv-moth- j pleas-Jimmi- i ' pre-Minie- , ; "-- George-accompani- ed Lox-for- j tol m farm-work- gen-Sprin- gs '"'" or ld 1 ' 1 Bothering Questions. fellow went into a St, Paul Imp If a goose weighs 10 pounds and half room and ordered a drink of wliisky. ita own weight, what is the weight of the After pouring out what would have been goose ? enough for two ordinary drams and tossMany persons have undoubtedly been ing it otl without winking, ho said: tempted to answer 15 pounds, when the 'Has ducky been here'." 'Don't know Icorrectauswer, of course, is ','0 pounds, him,' said the barkeeper. 'What, don't as they discover after giving the problem know short legged ducky '." was the re a little thought. An exceedingly wise ... iiul I .. i.iiul ti L'.ill IT, u'flll'u ..I.. gentleman man lias hoinetimos been caught by a ''"A this way.' The bibulous I i.. I.!- - .....o u ,l I.I- - for apaitand waddled toward thu swinging, L-- ....... lrwro t JJ I & gaspeil, , ami pickel up a mailed to the door in time to see ducky's friend vanishing up the street. He; started to sww, but gave up tempt, the oaths at his .ommand being imulequate to express his indignation, thu bung-Rtarter- ', (l.t-iillnl- i ." example:" "3 following forMa' ,c, . "U" The tflltMt IllUVtl lllk llicil ItlMMl rtUI WW 11'HIM'VIII VI1 ti... .,.ri-- ...1.4 ,"v...j How many days would it take to cut . up a piece of clotli .0 yards long, one yard being cut oil' overv dav? Or this: A snail climbing up a post 'JO feet high tive feet everv .14.. iiiiu slins (own fonr ni,lh. I1Mll0M the most frequent complaints metic, and yet, how many persons would among canaries is asthma. This disease answer r0 days, instead of lt to tho Hrst is easily cured if taken hold of at once. ow, and 1'0 instead of Hi to tho last one. Tho bird dealers sell a powder that is It is perhaps scarcely necessary to point mixed in the water the birds are given out that the snail would gain one foot n lor iHteen days, and on the Kith day to drink, and thore is hUo a bird tonic reach the top of the pole, and there, of which is good for all the ills that bird flesh is heir to. When a bird has the course, remain. Ono of ; rcturnclbUookabigdrink.'' .,;,,,, ., j - ' ) !' , . asthma tho symptoms are a heaviness of iMAn.w.-AAMd- hT we did breathing at night. Canaries with th.8 ot ,ook at the COIH.mutional l!o complaint have been known to breathe throKll the 6anl0 8pectaclea aa our iieiKli-likhuman beings. bor the Lntkwioii j011BSALi noverthek-eParis is laughingover a joke about an we can heartily congratulato our friend American inventor who is said to have on reaping the fruit of his excellent g an electric corset that is to torial work in having tho county of coin endorse his view of tho case. It is about tho reign of morality nt once. If ouq of these articles is pressed a splendid tribute to him as a journalist by a lover's arm it at onco emits a shriek and an evidence of tho influence of a local newspaper in shap-thlike the whjstlo of a railway engine, and inventor claims that he has already ing opinion on a question of public three of his daughters, owing cy about which people have honest and to the mil) licit v tnus inrusi upon a uacK-- , cuimciuiuiuus cuuvicuuus u. umerence, Lancaster llecord. wanl lover. j e a ' Lin-brind o poll-marri- -- "Veil, Moses, how many of doso sleeve protector haf you sold already V "I don'd sell nodiugs yet already dia morning. Kflory dime I holler omit 'live cent a pair !' dose dago across you-de- r yolU 'hero day are! Dree pears for five cental' nnd my pizness is ruined." Maplo Bhado Stock Farm. tf-t- i Mamma "You naughty girl! You've eaten every cookey there was in the plate. I told you you might have three." Little Kdita "Yes, but you didn't tell mo which three. So I had to eat all to bo8iiro to get tho right ones." Boston Transcript. has two bands. The London band has quite a reputation in this section and at nil "big" occasions are used everywhere. Mr. Fred Hugi has received nn appointment ns one of tho World's Fair architects and superintendents. The salary is $1,300 a year, which expires at tho end of 12 months. Fred can learn a huge number of our carpenters many thingsabout building and then not tell all he knows. He and his son, Herman, are now in Pineville linishing up the city hall. "Big" Andy Rice, of your county, is in town. Mr. Harper, of Somerset, a saddler, has established himself in Mrs. Lucy Williams' old store, back of her present building. II. Koelliker is a new shoemaker just begun business in town. 1 ernian Bros, have opened up n new general merchandise business iu the old 1:21 J. Yesterday was not a lively court Faris A Co. building. Dr. Joe' Young day, but a good deal of trading was in- and bride have gone to Raccoon on a dulged in in a small way. T. W. Bot- visit to Joe's father. Misses Lou and Kittie Jackson, accompanied rough toms reports one lot of steerB brought ;S 03; Jersey cows $21; Mr. W. B. Neild ami James Boreing to "Ely Dale," Knox county, on a pleasure ItOewes 2.30 per head; lot heifers .IU0. lot steers $i:t.0; plug trip Saturday. 1 horses 73; small lot steers Ijancastek. Green Turner, charged mule $10. Crowd Small. with killing his uncle, Jack Turner, at Stiuol will attempt to beat tno trotting record at a California fair this week. Middlesboro three years ago. was arrest-She has her own record of 2:10, made ed hero Friday by Sheriff Robinson and in her form. She also Chief of Police Hamilton. While under has to face the record by Maud S. of! guard at tho Miller Hotel at night he' 2:0SJ. Sunol has a record of made his escape and has not yet been re-1:02 J. which is a 2:03 gait, but it does not captured. Turner forfeited n bond of1 follow that she or any other horse will $5,000 to appear hi the .circuit court at ever be able to make a full mile in that I'inevillo Tuesday and his arrest was an important one. The trial of a suit for time. Tate A: Catron bought the,past week forcible entry and detainer, made by two 00 head of sheep from Harvo Pointer at school trustees of the Lancaster colored $2.30, ami 1)1 head from Tom Uaukin at district against Miss Mattie Morgan, who $2.00. Tho poach crop of this section is began the school as early as 4 o'clock The two trustees very line this season, the fruit being was held Friday. large, perfect and delicious generally. wanted Miss Josie Crawford to teach tho Immeuc quantities are being shipped school, and it was in her interest that and the prices realized are about $ I per they prosecuted the suit.H All the law-- 1 bushel. This also is the local retail price. vers were on ono side or the other nnd the trial drew a largo crowd to the court-Somerset Importer. Wheat has been coming into Lancas- house to hear the arguments. The jury ter in small installments.at 73c per bush found for Miss Morgan. It is rumored el. The complaint about smut continues that Miss Crawford paid one of the trusnnd a very material injury to tho crop tees ?I0 for his vote, and that, last year, has resulted. Our farmers ought to get Miss Morg.ui, who was promised the an entirely new seed wheat, and try to Bchool this session, gave to the school stamp out smut. It will pay to do so. building fund $V.W. The case caused n W. S. and K. A. Beazley weighed on last great deal of comment, but will not bo Friday the splendid bunch of export cat- taken to higher courts as was fust supposed. tle sold last January at 3c to Simon green" briarsprTngs. Wiehl, for Goldsmith. There were 70 head, and the average was 1,030 lbs. Our house is now coinfoVtably full, They were fed but little corn, and were but as a dozen or so are to leave on in flue condition for shipping. Hecord. Wednesday we will have some of our Proctor Knott, the great race horse, best rooms ready for new arrivals. died Friday in his stable at Saratoga. Among our guests are Dr. Win. CheatHo had been critically ill of catarrhal ham and family, of Louisville, and fever and his death was not a surprise. General Taylor, and family, of form Proctor Knott In ids the same city, who are spending the won $73,000, and is the .only norso that summer here. ever won tho Juuior Champion Stakes Our guests go over and visit Crab Orand the Futurity. Sam Ilryaut and the chard Springs occasionally and the next Scroggins Bros, bought him when a colt day the Courier-Journa- l report them as for $130 and at the auction sale when spending the summer at 0. O. Springs. Bryant and the Scroggins' dissolved the Well, that's all right, we can stand it if Scroggins' bought him for $17,500. While they can, as the public has about caught Proctor Knott was a general fayorito on to it The probability is that Sep and was always backed, his losses came tember will one of the best months of at inopportune times and a great deal of year this season nnd as I have very foolmoney has been lost on him. ishly advertised board in my circulars Ji'IX.kJ. .M. r.STIIANK, Of I'lIlUVIliU at $0 per week for September it will who was nsaiust the new consti- have to stand, and every person who tution, writes ns follows to Hon. H. O. visits us in that month will get the ben-etof that low rate. Warren : I). G. SLAi'tuiTurt. Respectfully, Harlan blacked tlio constitutional eyo P. S. Wo Imvo three doctors' families of 700 nml cast more votes to tho tune D. G. S. for John Youiiu Hrown than any other with us thin siiiumer. iletnocrat who eur uskcil for theao Veo Editor Walton defeated the new plo's votes. I have changed my figures in Lincoln county, but he must since yesterday and now I want to keep feel pretty lonesome now, as Lincoln and my ollice in l'iaoville, have u farm in Estill are about the only counties iu tl 0 Lincoln, summer resorts in Boone and State that went against the new constiKstill, but I must have a last resting tution. Somerset Reporter. place, and will crawl into my popular Wo are obliged for the compliment, box in Harlan. but wo aro not lonesome by any means. "Aro you ready, Emma?" John called. Among those who opposed the constitu"Yes. I'll be there in a minute; I've tion are mon of the highest standing in both parties and we have the satisfaconly my bonnet to put on." "All right. I'll have time to Bhave be- tion of feeling that wo were and are sti'l in good company. fore we go." Harrodsbuig Democrat. The business branch of the Kansas alliance has completed arrangements to handle of the o0,000,000 bushels of the present wheat crop of that State, and advance 73 per cent, of its market value to the farmers. Anderson Carr's Nancy Carr trotted second in the stake for at Danville. Crit Davis Andy Cutter won in lJ to 2 :trt. J. K. Farria took the premium on his mare again, and K. D. Kennedy got the blue in tho walking ring. J. P. Crow's Alex. C. by Belmont Chief won the yearling race at the Columbia fair in two straight heats. The distance was J of a mile and he trotted the first in in and the .second in 12:13 The first half of the last heat was trotted in 1:021 and the half mile was made in three-fourth- s three-year-old- L'txd, and we would 'I he record of the Stanford Male AcaMemy for thorouch work, ha n in the put, evcptionnllyr anj friend that no pln ill lie sinrelto maintain it. foraier aiure its pat-ohigh nundnrd t'he courte ol tudy will include all brandies necessary to prepare fur the Frehman ol.in in 'Col-Ie- e t the want of and at the arr.e time will be arranged to eVimr a tint cla Enzllsh education For ttioe who maydpsne to fit themselve for bujne, a court: In arithmetic and book leepine will be marked exit The fail will open TUESDAY, SEPT 1ST, and it U epeci.lly de.irable that all pupili be ptcs-em-- the nt on thai day s (For five month, payable TKHMS: quarterly in advance, with reasonable deduction for protracted '. L'.'-'i- Primary Department Intermediate Department Classical Department Incldertal Fee sielnets.) Ju.so 17.50 11.50 1,00 12: of aMeand exper.en ed men ea h a spe, ialut in his department. v geographical centre of the State, In the heart of the region, i ooo feci' from malaria, a few hj irs by rail fr m Louisville, Cincinnati, Knowille and above the 'a, free Refined and hospitable c. mmur.it v and students find homes in the best families and Memorial Hail and loi.ntnet. intna ,Sute, Terntr-rie- s Attendance Ltsr-sn-i,!- , New Gymnasium More than ioo,o" added othe etulnvnient last J ear. Eighty-tw- o th)larhlp loc thi leiefil f worthy, pu'rounj run. w.ishin'ail sersaut attention. Expenses moderate $i- - tu fJ4',i' r t niton Next Session opens eduesday.jj temper v., t " t. L. H BLANTON, D. D. Chancellor. For catalogue appl) to c A ENTRAL UNIVERSITY Richmond, Full Faculty the RICHMOND. KY. Three Fourteon Departments of dtudy, Classical, burNTiric, Commercial and Letters Coi'rses. Ccl-teorolllue-Grass Chat-tanooj- d o'i Mc-K- ee 300-poun- d Centre College Academy DANVILLE, KY. The Next Session of this Institution Begins Sept. 9, While the With a lull course ol study, both English and Casskal irse of instruction is ly adap-eto preore cmn); n en for the I i ian C it is minuted nt the sime tim f furn sh a liberal Knjltsh education to any who desire it. In coniieilinn with the Academy -d re-h- ., c 1 A Homo Boarding1 & Training Department Has been established in the home aim under the personal control of the Prmi-ipalKeitvlar study nnd tile restraints and gexcrnment of a horns under the supmision of the l'liniipal ard Christian home are enn bined with the best edu attoiul advantages. For further p.irti' ulars in reir rd to ' rd, tuition, etc., judress . aisi-tants three-year-ol- half-mil- e 1 JAMES B. WALTON. Principal, Danville. Ky GARRARD COLLEGE , fcff-SESSI- LANCASTER, KY. ' 1 OPENS SEPT. S. Ho.ird.ng department for ladies Eleven Specialists. Instruction for both ladies and gei'tlcmcn Five Diploma Courses Classical. Scientific, English, Commercial and Musical. Piano. Vocal and Violin Culture, directed by Prof. Raphael Koester, fiom the Royal Conservatory, Berlin, Germany, with eight years' experience as a director. Terms as reasorable as any school of hl-- character. For catalogue or other formation, address J. C. CORDON, B. S., Pros., Lancaster, Ky. only. e rajjteujaajuxiwu.iiuu.wiBMMMWwiiiiii l44i 0b(fy j 111 Aft VBU ma.Mui WHITES ipSEMRE&BY CREAM HAS LED ALL W3RM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS mi rvrev ntrrn c f.nafjfiumTi RICHARDSON-TAYL- OR cninruruvwucRe MED. CO. ST10UIJ MO. chief-of-polie- e, d l 5znlxjS55K!5S53HnB for Infants and Children Ciuttnria curve Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhea. Eructation, Kills Woruu, gives sleep, und promotes retion, Without injurious medication. Ol- reil-li- lt "CastorU Is so well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription II. A. Akciier, M. D., known to me." IU So. Oxford St., Urookljn, S. Y. - Tin C.NTACR Compant, 77 Slurray Street, M. Y. n Fancy & Family Groceries Mason's Fruit Jars, Ring Top Jars, Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax, extra top and Rubbers, Jelly Glasses, Brass and Porcelain Kettles. m s Gigantic lady (to policeman) "Sir, "Your father thinks I said little Mrs. Doll. "Yes, so George can you not see me across the street?" "I Mr. E. I". Kaulconur, of Danville, remarks used your trial box ol Qulan't Ointment ami lock am a fast young mau." l'olicemau "See yez across de strate, says," responded Mrs. Spiteful. "Somebottles. It is off a Curb. Have ilncc ucd two Cora Bellows (yawning) "I don't see is it? Su'rfe mum. I cm see vou a. milo chira. times indulges too much, doesn't iatUfaetory." Teitlmonlali of tiy how he could." New York Herald. ter are surely convincing eviJenve. oti." OntliiR. Jake Simpson "I have such an indulgent husband," he?"-Excha- uge. IFjIREIS & HABDIIST. "'"" ?W ,HrmUMi j5gj"'jtJSl -- lf wmMaM H1"BWF. Efcjql' Hl H HI IHfctllWffWMftl Semi-Week- ly Interior journal V. F WALTON. - L. Mammon bus boticht out ia partner, W. T. Ewinir, in thu Hnrrods- burg Sayinpp, nnd will hereafter holil a lone hnnt. Mr. Kwini; icsuuies the practice of law. 11. 1 h u t; tx i I w f If t I t section Friday from which there was CRAB 0RUHARU. dropped a bottlo in which was a note in Is Receiving His Mr. Thomas Hobinson says that he French, which being translated, read Gov. Brown, Your Attention, Please. that the airship had left Piris, Franc, killed a black Miuko soveinl days ago, Tho Now Constitution provides in d May J 1, with four persona on a voyngu which 5J feet in length. Fee. 2'A that upon its rntllieation hy tho to last threeyears, in tho interest of the J. II. Vanhook boucht this week of people, the governor ahull appoint thiee Give ttitn a call. French Topographical Society. various parties in this locality 000 bush- Goods Warranted ami a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. persons, learned in the law, who shall Captain John Palmer, the now els of new wheat for which ho paid 75 revise the statute laws anil prepare of tho G. A. R., was cents. amendments thereto in order that they The Crab Orchard Common and born on Staten Island, March 22, IS 12, shall conform to and effectuate the and has a splendid war record. He en- High School will open on Monday, Aug. such revision and amendments LATK U.VXANtU R'S IIOl'H., listed in the 01st New York Volunteers, 17. J. W. Smith, Prin. j .Miss Leah to be submitted to the teneral Sieger, Assistant. September 1, lsdl, and was constantly Ming Jennie Withers, of Lower for its adoption or rejection. A number from. with that regiment until it was mustered RENOVATED IMPROVED. Madison tave Wood a majority of out July !l, LS05, taking part in all its enof learned and distinguished lawyers is visiting Mfou Lida lvliniston. has been snuested for the commission seven, but 1). W. Tribble, democrat, gagements. Ho was seriously injured at .Messrs. Wick Dilliau and Will Bettus Way. $2.50 and without consulting the gentleman pulled through for the legislature by two. the battle of Five Forks, in the com- were here Sunday to see tho fair sex. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Honse- , and with no knowledge whatever of This is pretty close for Durrett, but it is bined charge of cavalry and infantry-HThe friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. LOUISVILLE, KY. his wishes in thu matter, the Intkkiqk as irood as a thousand so far as his right OW.rvan, of Junction City, will bo pain-ohas followed fresco painting since Jocksal, satieiied as are all who know to the olliro is concerned. to hear of the death of their little W. R. LOGAN, the war. A. W. Jones, J. J. bullivan. J. L. Marsliall.ICIcrks. Mnnaecr. him of his eminent fitness for the task, State of Texas holds boy, William Meig, which occurred the greit NEWSY NOTES. begs leave likewise to suggest one to an election which involves five proposed Friday last. Gov. Brown that of our big bodied, big Miss Jennie Reynold", of Gum Sul Jerome A. Sparks, a republican poli- amendments to her constitution. The brained, and honored citizen, Col. Will- tician and stock d alerof Jessamine, has first seeks to regulate her rate of interest phur, will touch the school at Watts' Possessing a failed forSlL',000. iam Gntewood Welch. and to provide a fair usury law. The Cliappel. and S. D. Magee will lead the knowledge of law and the abilthorough A tremendous rain and hail storm second becks to furnish a registration youthful minds of tho "Turkey Town" ity to write pure English, the statutes un- destroyed nearly 4,000 acres of standing law, with all modern improvements, hot neighborhood along the rugged paths Huy the STUDKKAKKR, and der his pen would not bo marred by the grain near Crookston, Minn. aud cold. The third has for its ostensi- of knowledge. you will have the best one made. frequent breaks of grammar and awkWe hee by the Louisville Times of During the last fiscal year the em- ble object tho improvement of the comI am agent for tho celebrated wardness of construction which unfort- ployes of tho Railway Mail Service made mon schools. The fourth relates to lo- the 7th inst. that our illustrious towns-unately characterize many of those now only one error for each 4,1!: pieces han- cal option. The fifth seeks to create nn, Col. J. Peter Chandler, is a candiin lorce, but would be given a clearness dled. doorkeeper of the next General date mediate courts of appeal. of expression aud a terseness of lan Joe Levo shot and killed his sweetThb people's party in Ohio nominat- Assen "'y. If big body, big hetul, big guage as to admit of no doubt as to their heart, Ida Kepp, in a beer garden in Cin ed John Seitz, of Seneca, a former green- - heart, and big feet play any part in the And have reduced prices on both meaning. The positiou is one of which cinnati, because she gave him the sack backer, for Governor. The platform culls contest, tho Lincoln county entrv is sure HI ... t ,ows nnu rcjJ.iirs . n nave Idc iJitk, jceu culler, any lawyer would bo proud and in sug- for another fellow. for woman suffrage, the suppression of to got there with all four legs oil" tho t ' gesting the nau'ie of Col. Welch we do so der Mills, Huckeye Force Pump, CiucinnatiSKlevutor and a full line and tail over the dash hoard ! election of United StateH The grand army of pensioners will bucket-shops- , with the absolute assurance from those meet at Washington next year to be senators by direct popular vote, forfeit-- It was rumored here Friday that our of Groceries and I lardware. capable of judging that he is the peer of nearer tho ure of the Standard Oil Company's char- pretty and captivuting depot agent, Mrs. remains of the treasury. any lawyer in Kentucky and fitted in Louisville Times. ter compulsory education and free J. A. New laud, who a few duvs aeo left every respect to fill it with credit to , State control of the liquor for the mountains to visit friends, had At Seuaca, Kas., a train struck a himtelf and satisfaction to the State. of the oc- traffic, government loans to individuals, been taken in tow by a hiuul.some and carriage full of people. Two W II IIUiGINS. monied wooer of that Eldorado section, H J " K I J 11G. A. R. meeting, at Detroit, de cupants were killed and four others were free silver coinage, income taxation, Thu abolition of National banks, government and conducted to tho hyuienial altar. seriously injured. cided tcj;recind the order granting post of transportation lines, Tho repoit, however, was without foun The Republican says that tho voters ownership charters to colored troops, and hereafter dation, but if J. Peter Chandler becomes the negro will be as big a man in the G. of Pulaski gave 375 majority for a work- plenty of greenbacks, anil thu devil doorkeeper of the JL JL JL JrL next Legislature, hitch A. It as his white brother. This is go- house for itH offenders which the magis knows what all. a climax is possible. ing to create much kicking in the South, trates will order bult at once. One intelligent (?) voter hero elec Teachers' Institute. The Chesapeake it Ohio continues to but as it is a question of pensions and tiou nay ou being asKou ai the poll if surprises in the way of earnings. LinThe twelth annual session of tho policy it will end in kicking. The bold furnish ho was "for or against the now coustitu 1 T T T C soldier hoys evinced throughout the en- Last month the .system earned S7o8,4ol,. coln Counlv Teachers' Institute conven V tion. "lepliedhy asking "who is running 1 CF SO. Increase over Jul y, lS'JO, $IH,7S0.:0. ed at 10: A' a. m , at tho court hoiiso yestire encampment that they were out for for ho darn thing?" Wo suggest that M Sj Gi CL JL1 fetutr hy making further demands James Thoroughgood was not as terday. Out of tho GO odd teachers in the -ho be put in the same boat with our as he seemed to have been. thb county all but about half dozen were on the treasury. They now want in ad- thorough-bafriend, Lewis Dishon, who on being apc& dition to their pensions $2 a day for the He was hung at Dover, Del., for rape present. It was apparent on looking prised of the result of tho election next period each served in the Southern pris- Friday, but died protesting his inno- over tho body that the majority of these aro women. After the day said that ho guessed teveral other ons and expense of transportation home. cence. States iK'Sides Kentucky went for the As it is notorious that many of the Euos Howard, one Of tho Harlan selection of Mr. It. Leo Davis as secreta They're, a pretty pair of soldiers sought to be captured and county murderers awaiting trial at Wil- ry of the lustitute, tho exercises were constitution. freemen to he sure. imprisoned in preference to fighting it liamsburg, cut his throat with a razor in opened by Supt. W. F. McChiry, who Two Germans answering to tl e GFNT.Vcan easily he heen how unjust such de- his cell in the Whitley county jail and made some appropriate introductory refeeling puyer was mmes of Mores and Xorman Addh- marks, af.er which a mands are and how insatiate the G. A. will die. , stein were ai rested hero Saturday and Four negro prisoners, charged with oilered up by W. II. Meachum. Prof. II. is. CongreBs should turn a deaf ear tried before 'Sipiiro Blunkenship on a to such legalized robbery of honest citi incendiarism, were taken by a mb from S. J. Pulliain, of Georgetown College, charge of stealing an old mill boiler from zens, but it will not as long as the body tho officers in Henry county, Ala, near who conducted the institute two years Jim Melvin and John Stringer. The fctands ready with its vote to crush any the Florida State Hue, bouud and thrown ago, was then introduced by Supt. A'i'llvslvina are from LouUvilto, and, as instructor, and that gentleman member who dares stand up for thoso into the river. ."Jong with a cur load of ricrapiron which who have the burden to bear. Several persons including Dr. Webb proceeded to deliver hi opening address, a they bought in this locality and shimx-S ""Nt 'Sf )? "mmtf of Rryantsville, have been injured at which was replete with stimulating and Little Phil Thomiwo.v, who was not night by barbed wire itretched across elevating advico to tho teachers con- to that city last wvk, was the afortaiud . y mhuaui appointed by President Cleveland to be mill boiler, which they seem to have! the Nicholasville pike by some unknown cerning the importanco of their profescommissioner of internal revenue, will sion and the urgent reforms needed in bought from somebody to whom it did scoundrels. never forgive him as long as ho lives. HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, the system. A committee on program, not belong. They were held in J30 IkimI Hon. Thomas W. Uocock, for The recent election gave him another years a member of congress from Vir- consisting of Prof. J. W. Smith, Miss nml Patent Moko at whose house they chance to bark at his heels. Gorman, ginia, and for four years speaker Of the May Kay and Mrs...I. F. Gover was next werostoppiiu: agr.wJ to hold their horj he says, is the coming man. "Cleveconfederate congress, died at his homo selected, nnd after mature deliberations nnd wagon until tho bond was fixed up. land is not in it. lie has been weighed drafted tho following program for the Saturday night, howovor, tho wily in Appomattox, aged (ifl. in the balance in Kentucky and found forced the lock of Moore's stable, A dispatch from Somerset says the weck'H exercise : wanting, and so he will be in every oth- house of eased out their "rig" and aided by the TUESDAY M0RNIM1. 'Barker, worth $1,300, Frank er State." We should like to have a was destroyed there by fire. Many other Language Lessons, Miss Allio Stuart. darkness of tho night, skipped to a more specification as to what ho has been houses would have Primary Grammar and Composition, hospitable court. been destroyed had found wanting in. Surely Kentucky it not been for While returning home from town Miss Cettio Thurmond. the water works. has no quarrel against Mr. Cleveland for Monday evening, Mr. Warry Wallin met Gov. Fleming, of Florida, has reAITKH.NOO.V. not giving Mr. Thompson nn ollico, or fused to issue a certificate of election as with an accident which came near com Advanced Grammar, J. W. Smith. for any other cause. At least tho masses ".1EODI3X. GUOCEKY" Sciences in Public Schools, Mis. Allen. ing him some broken bones. He was United States senator to Wilkinson Call, have nothing but praise for him, which on the ground tiding his brother's raco horse, "Cpt. Iienefiti Derived from County Associthat a quorum of the snubbed senators,congres3inen and Well h," and a shower coming up he State senate did not join the hour,e in ation, Prof. McClary. can find out by going among hastily hoisted his umbrella, when the the election. WKDXESDAY, A. M. them. animal, not accustomed to that sort of Primary Arithmetic, Mrs. Gover. Father Quay, a Catholic priest at thing, fetched a sudden plunge and Seattle, Wash., was tarred and feathered Mental Arithmetic, Mr. Ilrough. Pkoi'Le are flocking from this and by the irate citizens forenticingchildren Advanced Arithmetic, J. W. Smith launched Mr. Wallin soinu lfi feet dis other countries to Treves in Khenish tant, bruising hfs chest, skinning his Cheese, Prussia, tho oldest municipality in Ger- of both sexes to his room and practicing and Mr. Cole. bauds and arms and knocking daylight WEDNESDAY, J. M. many, to witness the exhibition of Jesus' various forms of immorality after tilling out of him for awhile. Fortunatoly his Physiology, N. W. Hughes. coat, spoken of in John 19:2:) and 21, them with liquor. foot was extricated from the stirrup, or I. A robber entered the bank at ColPsychology, J. W. Smith. iwnps, Glass- - ;inl Oucenswnre, Tin- and Wooilcmvaic, Fruit which is claimed has been discovered Jars, he would have been dragged to death umbus Grove, O., and after shooting tho in Public Schools, Prof. Literature tJiere. It is without seam and woven Jelly Glares, &c. by tho frightened equine. He was pick-e- d escaped from tho top throughout, but that cashier and killing a up by his father a quarter of nn hour with 51,500, saying as ho left, "I'm a How to Grade tho Country Schools so doesn't signify that it was Jesua' coat. afterwards and Saturday was able, to ho, Tlie story is ubout on a par witli that second Jetse Jmnes." Ho wan pursued as to Carry on a Continuous Course of upon tlu'stie't. Study From Year to Year, Mr. Cole. JAY-EYE-S-EE sent out from Home that a figure oy the citizens and shot to death. Mrs. Dr. Black, of Madi pon, lountv The Masonic Savings Bank of Louis Kiudergarden Methods in Common of the Savior was seen to wink its eyef. cm nv i visiting her mother, Mr. J. S. Fish. Mu. J. I. Cask, (Hickory (Irovo Form, homo Verily business must be dull in that ville, suspended Saturday and assigned School Work. orJuy.Kyo-Koe- ) Misses Nannie and Bettie Edmistotiwont ' 5 Kuclnc, Win., Miyn: to the Germanitt Safety Vault and Trust THURSDAY, A. M. part of tho world. every known roinvdy, I ri'iuowd u"After lliinrti Z. laruti to Stanford Thursday to be tho gueMs of or two years Htiuulliig, from a 3 year old filly, E Co. It has been in bard lines for some History, It. Leo Davis. ti 59 3 II VsKfi wltli tlireo application!) or K It is telegraphed from tho Massachu- time and the failure was not unexpected. Geography, Mios Uottie Carter aud .miss Lizzie Menefeo for wveral l,...o . ,.) lI . IH XtakM will III .Mrs. L1II10 Rice, who was Mies Lill o setts retreat where Mr. and Airs. Cleve-hin- d Its officers claim that it will pay out in Miss Stuart. I are living an idyllic existence, that full. ImportanceofSelf Culture, Mrs. Gover. Lytes. at one time assistant teacher in itlHtliobcNtnreparatlonl havo ever hmm! or heard z tho High School here, arrived this weel, her mother and aunt aro already ou Ing.dls, in an address in THUItSDAY, I'. M. or. I licurtlfy recommend it to nil Horsemen." z and is the guest of the Misses Stuart, on of an event that Georgia, declared that the enfranchisehand in expectation Civil Government, Mr. Chappell. Wehave hundreds of such testimonial Springs avenue. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. will bring joy to the household and con- ment of tho negio was a mistake, and i School Government, Miss Hettio Lyon. rrlrc.Sl.5n per linltlr. AskyounlrucKl.t forlU Iflio gratulation to tho ex president from all that tho Northern people, if they had How to Elevate Standard of Teachers, Redd. Jr., accompanied by their interdum not kit p it wmiu.ii'ic.Htami Biir trial 6ux. esting children, Fannie, Kato and Jim, e!&kW'iLjBADK MARK. 1.. .it x over tho country. The uncrowned queen been in the shoes of the. Southern whites, Examiners. A. !!. KDI1V Ai ivi .;j v' tASji ''411 llllllilllllllllllllltllll.il .... lull iliursday Inst for h mouth's visit to ! of American wouiuuhood will always bo would huvo fought the Force bill just im KKIDAY, A. M. an object of interest to loving subjects the South dill. Theory and Practice of Teaching, Mr. relatives and friends in Kastem Kentucky. Mrs. Mollie Collier, of Middles now wish her a safe deliverance who President A, A. Arthur has returned Ilrough. Still boro, Mrs. McGill and handsome dauch-teand a happy issue. from London to Middlesboro and says School Law and Duty of Trustees, McMiss Lilh'e, of Luuisvillo, aro with developments now under way Clary and Cole. tho Tub University at Sewuuee, Teun., that ho Mrs. W. P. Tnteni, enjoying the gayetios Gtt would continued with even more vigMiscellaneous business. conferred the degree of LL. D. ou Hon. " of C. O. summer life. Mr. Elisha Hnl. Tho teachera present are Miss Cuttle or than in tho past, nml that the minerHenry Wutterson, which in his case can . lock, one of Rockcastle's substantial al development, of coal and iron espe- Thurmond, Mrs Hettie Fubanks, Mrs. J. TflvZJ ' F not stand for what the school boy is down to see his kinsman, Cupt. would ho pushed for all it ia F. Gover. K. W. Hughes, J. A. Chap-peldevil, for he cially, thought it did, Has the largcbt and Miss Ellen Thurmond. Miss Mary C. A. Middleton. .Mis. Henry Arnold. worth. is considerably short in the stride, and on the 'West Kay, Miss Lydia Lewis, Mrs. Buttle Car- of Lancaster, came over in hor fine "turn Tho St. Louis express MOST COMPLETE STOCK fur from being a devil, though he freout" and spent Sunday with Mrs. J. S him and tho deep Shore roa collided with a frieght train ter, L. T. Cole, J. H. Thomas, T. S. Ben Fish. S. D. Hardin, who for quently gets between mouths near Port Bryon, N. Y. Eleven persoiiB son, W. R. Cress, Miss Bettie Tompkius, OK blue sea. were killed and a number of others were Mrs. Allie Philips, Miss Nora Philips, has been making headquarters at Dil- visiting tho home folks heio Tim patent ollico ia the only self sup- badly hurt. Tho victims are mostly Miss Kllen Douglas, Miss Sabra Hays, lion's, is and hymuint'the praises of his erstwhile porting establishment belonging to the Italians who were riding in tho Binoking Levi lilder, J. W. Smith, V. E. Caldwell, ever shown in Stanford at prices government at Washington, It granted car. The freight train was running ou W. A. Collier, Miss Nanuie Uailey, Miss mountain home, which he says is in tho as low as th Imvoct-Ruthella Kllism. Miss l.ida Lewis, Miss very heart of God's country. Mr. Henof the tfO.li'Jl applications for pat- tho schedule of the express. Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State Some writerStLnot learned in tho Mollio Montgomery, "H. S. Younjr, Miss ry Mageo has one to Pineville. Miss ents during the last fiscal year and clearMaggie Middleton spent Sunday with who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. law, fancy that tho new Kentucky con- Kate Hays, MUs Uottie Lyon, S. D. Don't have to ed by it over ttoO.OOO. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. stitution forbiJa lotteries. So did the Miss Mollie Fryo, J. V. Barren, W. her friend, Miss Lircie Lvnn. Miss send job to the city. Old 4 The Bligtneyur Ice Machine Co., old one; but th- court of appeals bus- - D. Dye, Miss Birdie Carpenter, Perry Birdia Dinson, a handsome brunetta of gold '" "" silver taken at mark'et price. -. Your trade and work i, tIl0 Lone Star'state js here on a v it to ,:.. rv... .1 !!.. .1 r mi ' ted and I guarantee Uiucincau, una laueu iur f.w,vw. tained them aa vested rights. Tho court I Wesley, Miss Julia Stags, Jacob hlder, her sister, Mrs. W. E. Perkins. satisfaction. ly !K), mea.-uren, Stanford, Ky., August 11, 1891 Wood's majority in Whitley was onless than half the republican ma- i jonty. The constitution only carrieu oy ss. Harvey Myers, of Covinaton, T. S. t Pottit, of Owonsboro, and m H. Moore, of Harrison county, rro in thu Hold for spanker of the next House. Harlan jr.ive 7.'!'J majority against the Besides it nntl Lincoln, constitution. Nicholas, Cuniberland, Boone. Ku$mI1, and Breathitt cave majorities acainst that instrument so far as heard r. p. Will, C. M. of appeals will be engaged, for tho rest Win. Dunorant, of thi century, in trying to find out Young, M.J. Brough, Mm Jennie Reywhat the new constitution means. Cin- nolds, G. Singleton, Mrs. Nann'e B. Jennings, Miss Mollie Ware, Virtes Wilcinnati Enquirer. liams, J. B. Wall, Mies Lou .Moore, W The ilshv story ia telegraphed from Paris that a lulloon passed over that H. M vadium, R. I ee Davis. pringii Summer Goods AiJ) THE WIZARD, Kates Per Lin-coi- n, THOROUGHLY e d To-da- y If You Need a Waffon, Oliver Plows, 1 m in-t- fr ft 1 . U-grou- vi , ' . J". IB school-books- FOSTER. .LrJL 1- NEW ff A-"-- P JLL'J hPPf.Q 1 UU J K fi d Successors to'Slajtf 1H 0 3IcKolcrt,EcIuulcrs in V, JU TT' H1 II ;o CH Q mind-traine- rs C 1, O T H 1 N (rf -- UT - FURNIS KING GOODS " Mi-Cl- ary d I I Tn-to- ns MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES Go to A. A. ARREN'S ofiice-seeke- rs For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Primes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves andJanis; - Pul-liai- r, B'trera-TTW- " ",,,,,,," 1 I Mi I 13 V riiii'mMi' J in"' . QUINN'S OINTMENT. T. tor llt-r,ri- .. v- r, T,hs Old Reliable Jeweler ill . 0 v--' in the Leal A far-mer- e, Or-- Penny 4 Y long-legge- d l, 1 I Watches and Jewelry Ma-ge- e, - - 1 .,- I A. R. PENNY. IHrfi'-r- i iT V Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukhal Arui'RT A. Ii. 9im.AMOM nnd wlfo Imvo been Solk ncente for Wooldridpc 15. K. A W. II. Weanui. epondliiK n few dyB nt Halo's V11. coal. 51 . JolHco rPhn. . mn.ini u V Iff StASI'OIH), ICv., "Imi ii .11 I of tho 11, 18!)1 uuaMannRr MEANS I U'ixhhox, chief rilspntchur A lady's silk umhre ila MIZA AQWSC S5SKKS KxciiANoun. reft?IJ?3 0. V., is mi a rWt to Ids fumllv. with crooked oxydized silver hnn lVUW Ml9 Jknmb lRNM:nv pnmotl back to a - I f 111 1111 114 15. McltoberU-- j ltuntellvillit yesterday, after a visit to Holder will leave at W. friends in Cmb OrHiardatid Mt. Vernon. drui; store. ' Misfl.Iii.tv Vai.sr, the lovely yoiuiK Tub marshnl kH wind of a regular tody who ig the Rtiwit of Mies Mary Mt takeout .iinblini: est4iblishment heie, Kinney, ib very nek of favor. Hundreds but its proprietor cnutjht on and lit out of friendu wwh )nr a pcedy recovery. before he was himcelf caught. I! .Matt ... r Tip ople who 3 P RICE 7 "41 'bMU n Midi cU-rin-g t? I KHKiWHISJinn El DIII Hit. iiW eaUyaMSii ft BUSINESS. r sf.liVMVn beautifully nul nrtistii-nllIt. lViuiy'n. ontiu'i'onut is now ronily. IMobec The K. C. will run another cheap exCITY ANO VICINITY. r.i i ami Hettk'. A. It. l'onny. cursion to tho l)eerin Cam) Meeting II wk your wntoli, dock and jowwrv Fhmi car load salt at Farria A Hup next Sunday, leaving Rowland at 5:30 repaired ut A. II. lViinyV. AH woik din's. ttiirrantiMl. a. M. nud returning from thu grounds at . watches KhMKMHKii tlmtnll Mlveru-nreFhumi fruits ami confections always 1 I'. M. v. ImiiKht stt A. It. I'oniiy'n will on hand nl It. Zimnier'r.. be eiinruveil free of oliiirt'. TiimtK are over JiOO guests nt Crab and still they come. The 6enson FokPalk. My iiouse and lot and n PERSONAL POINTS. is now nt its height nnd everything there, e,ood Jemey cow. J. A. Carpenter. especially the scores of j retty girls, is I'tTKU Hamito.x has beon appointed K.noink :Miorhe power in fair condi- exceedingly lovely. depnty jailer. Mil J. s. Hikkei: ImHlievn down with tion, for sale cheap. Apply at this of A bi'Hciai. excuision train will pass flee. a malarial attack. here at 12:21) i m., on the 25th, to carry Mi-- s A.smk I'kakk Iiih rutiirmiil from lions to the wife of Mr. C. V. fiuntry delegates to the State Sunday School a vtf.it to Louisville. n boy, which has been christ- convention nt'Middiesboro, to be held MhfHiw. 0. I). Wkmk and It C. Walton ened Chris. Kmliry Aug. 25 to 27. Fare for round-trii4. tientry. spt'iit Sunday in Paris. Lo-t- . I.O&T. A ohio with silver head. Nnmo At the Danville fair a gold Misi I.ity Tatb has been visiting MitH of owner and date engraved on it. Find- hunting, watch, No. I0;)72ii Mary Dunhip, at Danville. of tho Waltlmm make. Letters "J. I.. Mim l.vs I.itiiuow, of Louisville, is er ph'iiie leave at store of J. IJ. Foster. H." on case. Liberal reward will be visiting M in Jennie Kulaud. All notes and accounts not paid by given for its return tome. J. K. IJruce. ' Mr. J. M. Jiik.i:(J W. Mctcalf and Sept. 1 will lie placed in the hands of an l'urciful, of rinoville, are here. otllcer for collection. J. F. Holdani, Polkkma.s Watson arrested Hugh Mr. IllKlWK Kl'HKIIAl.TEK, of Aniori-eu- s, Crab Orchard. Hays and Mollie Brooksfor drunkenness (.in,, is the nueht of thu .Mires Saturday night and lodged them in jail. A bky hot wave has been 8jendinp Mim Ilu'iim. Allison, of Oeorifetow n, Itself on us for the last few days, send-i- n Yesterday tlioy were tried before Judge Carson and lined $10 and 35 respectiveis the tucbt of lier bister, Mrs. Stephen K the mercury up Sunday to HI0. ly, which they didn't pay and were reIturch. there was n breeze, which some- manded to the custody of the jailer. Mif-suNannii: Mvkhm and Montie what relieved tho intense heat of the Norn UiekitiHon sun's rnys. Tho signal service dispatch rri9 r visiting Mis A. T. Nr.s.sBi.i.KV made a good thing in dnrrnril. baggage nnd yesterday read: "Continued warm and out of the horse-feeMil. II. K. WrtTliKN nnd family nro at fair. Sliuhtly coolet in Northern Ken- amusement privileges nt the Danville ll.k.e'rt Wflt. tucky by TuoMlny." Fair, but camo near having thu town Miia. W. II. Vkatiii nnd Mrs. Lydin authorities take his profits away by finTin: city council of Middloaboro is ing him for rtiumm; his 'bus without a Cnriro, of Iuinviile, aro visiting at Mr. kicking because it has to bury so many licenoe. He succeeded in blultlng them, . It. Urady's. how it is possible to sell goods at prices as we did. But we have to make room for our new fall goods and therefore we hare to sell are iron i lo!untA. rin, IGOOBS AT AIY Come Or-cha- in and examine our prices in l'.'-K)- nd p Clothing, Shoes, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Notions, Lace Curtains. Ladies' Hats Gent s Hats, Children's Hats, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Straw Matting, Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas. ,lnd To we key-windi- are satisfied that they will malteyou buy. Al-ror- n. Yus-terda- y each customea who buns $20' s worth of goods from us we mill 6i.v.p. mm fine Rocking Chair. It is not necessary to buy the goods all at olio time. Kjome in ana ei your ooon ana we will neep account of your purciases. Bggs and leathers bought at the highest market prices at s THE A t OS LOUISVILLE A. URBANSKY, AND STORE Proprietor. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, a 4. MANES AXD GABRIEL, Managers. 1 (iomutv has returned from n uionth's Hay nt I.ako Clmntainiiu and Niflt'ara Fails. MlmTillik Hall returned home yeH trrdny, after nmkiiit; many It ear Is lad in thip vicinity. MihS Svb K. Mixxks u, Hums ash were paupers. From one meeting to the next there were nine, and it was suggested that paupers from all over the country Magic go there to die. Tim City may bo a very good place to die in, but a very few people think now it is Kkih, of much of a place to live in. Jknmk of Mrs. (J. I however, and getting home with his lucre. I r ? w. ," i -- miets J. Cooper last weak. Miw. It. (5. Haii ami son, of Somerset, are rtaitiiii: her paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Diorvu I) Wfurnii. Mn, r i ' er have thnl position than dwell in thu have bden vibitiAfrietla huru and tents of wickedness. IV to is a genius Mrs. William Ooocli died at her att inline tho meetiiii'. if chosen lie will make a moht dighomo near Goshen Sunday of pneumonud Q, Cook. Umj , nnd wife, of Cory-d.u- i, nia and paralysis, a;;ed oi, after n connified and original iluoi keeper. It is 9 I ml., litt.ru becu thu yuta of Mr. finement of only a week. Mrs. Geoch hoped that his ambition will bit gratified. and Mrs. L. 11. Cook. was a daughter of Klisha Perkins and Mis. W. C. Lkwis was down yesterday Mtfcs Lottii: Dillios relurmsl with on estimable Christian woman, fche Mies Ora Wilmoro to Nieliohisvllle to at- to get out n warrant for George nnd Marleaves betides a husband 10 children, tin Brown, Henry nnd Joe Norton for tend the fair this week. rurginjj in a;es from to -- 0 years to sufMns N. J. Morton has our thanks for burning a bougc on liis knob farm some fer her loss. a nice lot of vegetables, of which blie. time ago. Mr. Iawis Is an uncle of A. A. Lovi", of the Somerset Republican. Mist 8 pueh lnrco q'lftiititioS. ;kw advkhtiskment'J Nuwt. Ck.mo, Dick Ij.uinn.iTliomp and to him we commend his noble TiiEjRoller Mills was not sold nt aucin Ho voted for Polk in 1SU nud tion yesterday as advertised, but chang w.n Weitrun went to Kiioxvillo Thnis-dall htrcbv not If v 1 lVll. who bar or lunyhireafltr relit fpr positions. since then has never scratched u demo- ed hands to some extent, at an ndvnnce nialit to any portion of my farm il McKinney ol A. C The Best 5li8 L.VH.A lUrne, who has boon In cratic ticket. Hto. Lewis, we regret to of 25 per cent, making tho price S12. Dunn thai I will hold them I Dunn B'jveral inonths, is on n sv, has erred and strayed like n lost 500. Dr. J. K. YaiiAredalp and J. W. rent.to Mr. mi and m not a rent r, farmonly )irmlton coutliriuUvlllo for cultivate ihv .Weal's hlm lue VANAUSDAI.K. sheep from tho path bin awl out by his Haydon sold out and F. Reid, S. II. Hum. W' tl vinit to her mother and family. tn u 1). Oatth nnd wife, nnd Mrs. uncle nnd there is no help in him. Baugbman, S. T. Harris, Dr. S. U. Hock-e- r CoiTey ami family, of Wayne, art and Adam Pence now own it in equal Louis Ilvsii Ball. Special Reporter K W. Dr. YanArsdale will relative in this county. proportion. victim: Rochester furnishes the following : Tho to superintend it for tho present. W: liiwe nlwnys otnjor moro men in game of bull Saturday afternoon between Watch-Make- r to do all kinds tho hospital. Foreman Joe F. Waters the third nlno of Stanford and thy Dr. S. G. Hooker was elected president. 1891, And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable ON SEPTEMBER siek. lms been in for hoveral days quite of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. .Mr, T. S, Benson, Crab Orchards resulted in nu overw holm-in. ...... vl A M m.'wiII (foi.sii roiiTiiKM, to the hicheU Mrs. J. U Mvkiw nud daughter, Miss Uim of defeat for the visitors. The 0. U.'b who was up trom Pey yesterday, sayu bulkier R the prcmlte, thfl on the water cfllaiyj-in- v Lic-J O N'mI, decM, Jitualcd Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, Itosa, of LvxhiRton, nro with MioecB tMrV. ami adjolntnj! the J. K Cah (arm, cn-- r Were never in tho gnmo nud received a tho citizens of that county, which is unHosrIuv hiiiI other ftlmidt. by act. day and night. . nnd Mny iHluc ahout 150 aCrH to be w:rtliifd t. drubbing they aru not likely to eoon and der thu local option la. v, were to meet Ci. Fox, who lias been visiting lure v.vU net in In ..uliiyatlan hlijh M. W. A" In They owe their dufoat to their mis- thu county judgo at Yosemitu yesterday the rmam.Ier mate of cultivation, well watered and well his his cousin, Mr Kinley Tribblo, erable fielding aihI inability to hit Rowan to take Btopa to drive w from , . yvBtutdny to liis home nt ltm .w nan inirukisfi .i.iv ... ...v .... f'omj.-it- h Sunday, who had them at his mercy. there uither into the jail or from the iicnonahl1 not- Lemiiigo iht tent l Jl MURPHY.Ihy "ke, Vn. If. CASH .ind J (J. NI,iUt.d. Sibold cnught an excellent game, nnd all country. Thuie ore live places in thai Kot 4, t.l Mn. Joi: ?. Giiimhs, cashier of the First of the home hoys acquitted themselves litllo town where whisky can bu bought Sole Agents for- National Hank of Kli.abethtovvn, nnd creditably. The ncoro stood ;W to in and it is hoped tho good people will be PUBLIC SALE at Mrsv.Mary Miss Liuda I'ayne, aru their favor. Batteries. Sautly and Si- - able to put n stop to tho illeirnl trallic OF A ttrJineV. bold, Mcliee and McUee. Base hits, even if they have to shut oil" somebody's , of knubCiB City, is A. F. F.vank, fel . Stanfords-22Crab Orchards 7. Krrors, wind. with friends here, who nro vtlnd to know-h- Stnufoids U; Crab Orchards 2(1. Um? AFFAIRS. CHURCH BABIES USE is propperlnu in his profession in his pire, McAimlly, l the mauvlta hxtute on the premltcs ac- adopted home. Row A8. MoH'rltia agisting Itew ltecause it is the host; it is a beautiful jet black; it contains no Mi. vvn Mil. .1. Orrr.NiiKiMim and Ws arrival nt Somerset, ThouuiH B, Alox. Ibihiy in a meelim: at Hofltt ville. ON TUESDAY, SEP. 15, 1891, leath 0: burn the ids; 5r rmttnins no alcohol nor anything else that win ol will, Mips Floretiee, of Xow York, nre ntCrr.'n Ocj)age, wiio was arrested in Mibsissip- Tho McKinney Ruptista have called At to o'kl' A M IForter, ait executor ly the auleather; it benefits the leather; and dee'd, it is harmless to laitMiillnflhorntoit Dnhnrd Springs. Mr- - O. has beoi in for the afrduction of Miss Dick, Rev, J. II. Rifieto the pastornto thoro. thority 'Lereof, ell at ptililu. auction to the er and make it crack; off the .hoes and S. I.tnws, I....V,. j ,..!. 1... the loriii on whit Ii decedent nomo time. nromjitlv cave bail with O. II. Waddle, bad health for Tliu Reporter says Klder 0. - it contains oil; it softens the leather; it will not rub his farm .mil (.UUirt s Creti m .i.l..i K , at on which it Mn. .IamimT. Ckaki i. d0irrt Vrttter, Kj., boiidsmnn. He denies tho charge 3f Mavsvllle, is tsmductiiiR an interest- mln lomity, fniiiting on the I. soil ladies' skirts; it is economical, for it will make shoes SUtio-- , ai il conUins ho will be nhle to put a dllter-- j Ul revival nl the Soineisft Christian is still in quite i condition. and 80)8 hut wear two or three times longer than ulun ordina Land. is regularly applied His disease is ,Ymriiii:UR and 3 very ent light on tlio matter at tho trial than church, with Mitw Ullun HhIIou as or- - 119 Acrw and 11 Polos-ory acid dressings are used 8u- - was sworn to in tho nllhUvit. t, rare, Icbs t'jflH Aw j lO.COO and Imp'ovrmenls, I Census Uiireau reports that The Ulhl fairly B"kI. The tract will be odor-eHe, are Latbii. Coppago was acquitted at thu f'"B rtVni it. ,2oO,lMr Cntholitwin tho Unit in three tepaiate parrels, one of 19 acres 3S acres and exAtuimnit trial, tliough Miss I)ick Bwore there aro V.. Roheiits, dt Carter Bros. 11 pole, at the nation, thu lecond of Om. Ii. 0.1 acres ed States: that they have 10,221 organ- the third, on which ilhe reidence of svueratcly i. A. V ..t....iia wiin'Htrn Sunday. A that tho defendant induced her, by'. izeil places for worship, and tho h.ivc thu been ii,...,h. ti,r.i of Vtt XJ1, l.uuinu.it " whole bo offered a offered the ertirc tract promises of money nufi clothing, to o church property is SllS,:JSl,ftHi. and the bid or bid realmlllB01 the largeH price Dcdirlli. .. . ... .i.. .ti i. ' .. iMitituin makiue this with him ton studies, and he thou and tho ah iiiro in 't lins 122 organizations, ISO wl.i be accrpteu excellent county road lejdin, timiK on an .." a fionUKe rS HITS' irpiiuenttv n lay over, there accomplished his purpose. Aftera mile, to the Stanford .v T,ftint communicants i)2,rai, and at 1 dlst.ini.1. of hall road. l.anoater turnpile aliMilule WiM-ia-, the LouisyiUe ward lie persimdetl lier to actoinpauy churches, condiMraaiw.fi. U. The ale will lw property valued at $l,S0i),5o0. nin and 1). him to tlio house of l.ettie Deholl, where church was held in tion i'ov.eM.1011 fiiroins; b lull will be kiv on Timea sparklifai: correspondent, poscsion The lirst at kwue tu the purchaser, and of the they remained some time, and hero sho a century ago, on Gas- January iM, iS9-SALi:: One third M. Downing the bripht genius in hand TKKMSOK by him. Judnu Denton July, 1S00, nearly &&" Repairing neatly and prompt WoodftfrJl'Sun, are enjoyinir tho smiles became enceinte per' river, l.oj;rtn county, Ky., and re- when ale madi). tho remainder in lo equal sale, the ofTenso was not seduction, 6 and la months from day nf held that at Twenty-livbolh s at Cral) Orchard. ly done. conversions. of tho llonds with good surety bearing 6 per cent, ill of the statute and sulted iu 45 of purchajer. A Sprmusm of the Lotiisviiicitienuiaiiita under the meanini,' attended a teret from day of sale nx,ui redtor tho thousand people lieu will bo retJined ou laud beauty now discharged the defendant. UOIIUUT I.. t'ORTKR, the Truth wiyH of tho little Clay Thompnear Pans, and from the year 1S25 to Executor of '1 hornlon I'orter Visiting lii'iu; "Miss Mary every summer the population of An?. ",. Danville fair was it grand success Tin: (Stanford, Ky.) altOKeth-e- r I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. son is blonde of perfect type, and tlio direotois have a riht to feel tho whole State oi rvemneny neut i pretty and inexpressibly presses- that they have done their work well. Kx. J .V. MENT.FEB A. C. SINK Rev. Main Collis continues to The trots were good fiom beginning to North ol StanAM) Miw. K. ltoswitR and Robert, otfer for sale my farm two Mil. there were never a sooil the truthsof the lliblo in a most ear-..- ford, continuum 35 ol Jooa of'llarrodaburi;, passed thiou(h to Crab end and in tho rimissometime ao many ...,.i ..niivmcintr uianner at the houe with 8 room., nil nevessiry viithuildings, u and btny a few weeks. less than thiee, the door, plenty Orchaid yestenlay to probably vChristian church and souls aro being larceharn.coodcHternat eUv t fruit trees and all about 500 contractor, as 15 contestants. On Address kinds ol small fruitN Mr Uosser is a largo railroad The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. t; T. Mi llOIIl R IS, Stanlord. Norfolk thu largest crowd over assembled there brought to Christ under his ministra with work ut piewnt " Manford; ao acre uu Alo 43 acre 4 miles louth of was nresont and all weio eulogistic of tions. His sermon oiuiimy iiiuii...K rjiall halance in Western. SASH, , t ltMll the boat of in cultivation, orchard and Rood Minoer; faiUng LU3IBER, plenty never home and Rood n w. the success of tlio association. Wood Cliristiau Union was perhaps Yoodford .u" saysuiuL CEIJLING, '.,nE 41 HOOKS, blue tie in tho pha-t- an unusually U'a HuriL'8 iUul w,w liHte" wator. I returne.l trom Green captured the Whcrritt and wife havepermnuently SIDING, . pony rinjj against a Held of soven, ed to by a vast audience, which taxed SHINGLES, Kansas City, :u.d will I'. I. Woods took tlio the capacity of the chinch nud rendered HNS1 IMATH1C while It. IJ. prices. Verandah and Stairwork at city i VHRilles. where Mr. W. will ao premium on their lino mule colt. Tho vtm RHiiii. necMHary. There have beeu with his father-in-la-- &.1TD into business J:'J8 trot was easily won by Keady Boy, additions to date. Preaching morning Bailey. Cures cm, bruiies, old sores, skin diaeases, James T. to 2:LM. Billy nud evening till further notice. Go and corns, buniops, piles, fistula, scratches, hslter We can a full stock of everything found in a Walton, principal of Gen- - who lowered hia record Prok. J. burns, dew poison and brui.e.. Wherever It has was liis principal contestant. it will do you good. yeste- r- Wilkes been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and tra College Academy, was hero lulwin. Kmina 'P. was tho favorite in tho 2:3'2 lor removing soreness is remarks, your contract by his son Cincin- ble. Numerous testimonial will be secured and day, accompanied It. II. JJrouaugh shipped to Examine our designs and specifications before letting V appear in this space st a later date. Made of boys class, and after losing n couple of heats, Stanford, Ky. that a number stun" or which will of butcher We understand b SINE & MENEEEE, d6.iyr his excellent won threo straights, while Proem got nati a J. . HICOINS, Stanf rd, Ky. or building. from tfaia county will enter paid 2 to 21 cents. Becond money. jt Botwion. school AKMn. A. K. (.tiHRO.ss, of Dan-vll- e, iooRKRi:i'Kii. Jordan Peter Chandler, of Crab Orchard, announces himself a candidate for doorkeeper of thu House of Representatives, subject to the democratic caucus, nnd adds that he had rath- Shot. 'Squire K. Ii. Caldwell, Jr., of Waynosburg, tells us that Cicero Singleton shot Dutch (iooch, son of Lewis G. Ooocli, in the heod Sunday, producing n serious wound. The shooting occurred nl (Jooch's house and was tho result of a quarrel while they were drinking together. Mngloton is under arrest. Is the county court yesterday several aged and infirm persons were relieved of poll tax and several others erroneously assessed were allowed credits. T. M. Pennington qualified as justice of the pence, nnd Mrs. Margaret Lusehor was permitted to resume her former name of Miller. The docket being cleared Judge Ynrnon responded to a dispatch to come to Pinovillu to rebat some evidence in the Gen. Sowders' murder trial and left on tho 2 o'clock tnun. -- STEEL BOILERS, &&&, Upright and Horizontal. " --- Stationary, j and Portable. All power. sizes up to Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Semi-Portable 26-horse Write for Frer Illtmrated l'amplcls ami your wants to THE JAMES LEFFEL & CO., Ni:V YORK CITY SPRINGFILLD.'.OHIO. m m ROBERT Sumilies- 1 Complete Line of School Books, School Newest Styles e. y lk j) 7nrmnn I Fancy Stationery and Tacilets. and Purest While Lead and Oils; 15 Ready Mixed Paints and con-tinu- o Sale of Lincoln Farm! 9th, I Largest and Handsomest verware, Vatclies, Clocks Carriage Paints; Line of Sil- , i; for-ve- lortv-hveic- re sr. hisky-sullur- s -- ... - B. K. &. W. H. WEAREN, -- 1 1 IMPERIAL OIL SHOE POLISH. WHY SIIOUIJ9 ; e IT r- '1 I I - tta x Vo hrit-cU- m fein.-nu- iio d BOBT. FBHTSBL, t.ar.-tl- I .1 "'"'" ... ch nu camp-meetin- "lOis X mm m E3f&mmBm. rWMTlcKeas3i miimn - 1 e oainp-meei-i- nn purchase-mone- y lS-'- ti. All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. ciiuip-meotin- Small Farm For Sale. 1 1111U- -. pic-se- nt .. Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, to ou lo-.- mi, vril, BLINDS, WOVFJST WIBE SLAT FENCE. FXHST - CJCASS LUMBER TAH. , car-loa- d i X i 41 MawvitasaaaaaaaiuaWi Tpp mi, tin r" 'Alprfrmm maBLiim H Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournr; Fr day AT CHATS ABOUT MEN. Tlw throncli THE C H. & D. I .i Publluhetl Every Tuesday and 5fS JLMT.ll M-When VJCA1UK Vr,r iVNCK S2.60 "'.l e nut o piid K. charged.- - i. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 Train uaves Rowland at at 5:20 p m L. & N. LOCAL 00 a. m., returning TIME CARD. .. u u rr Mail train going North ' South Expretstram " South it ai pm 14" The above 11 calculated on standard time. time it about 10 minutes fatter .. " " North ..650 m Local Freight North 5tipm South. carry passengers. The latter trains alo " i)7n I34prn 113am Solar u i FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in ulcers, catarrh, and consumption, use the blood, Ayer's Sarsaparilla The most economical, safe, speedy, and effective of all r U blood-purifiers. Has Cured Others will cure you. JttmfmEZ A. S. PRICE, ID Drug Store, Stanford. tVvyf'n Office on Main SURGEON DENTIST. street, oer W. li. McRoberts' R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. The Unpnpiil.tr lliilf. There is ouo unpopular com issued by Undo Sam It is the luilf tlollnr. and it has a tondoncy to work its way back into the treasury vaults, where it isn't wanted. As money nobody objects to the half, but the popular fancy is for the That is. wine value in another form the average citizen prefers to have two juarters. They arc a triile more convenient. If he wants to pay out half a .lollar he can use the half or the two quarters with equal convenience, but if twenty five cents is to be paid out the quarter is far the handier coin. This may not seem to be a very important matter, but it counts in the loii run. Little by little the halves find their way back to the government vaults, nnd there they stay, like poor relations In fact, so far as coming home in disgrace goes, the half dollar is the prodigal son of the mints. A very large proportion of the $20,000,- 000 of fractional silver on hand at Washington is made up of halves. This is the lot which Secretary Foster was so anxious to get rid of, and about which he talked with the Now York bankers when he made his visit here. Nobody then manifested any wild desire to take the secretary's load oil his shoulders. It is probablo that a good many of the halves stored up in Washington will be recoined into quarters ami dimes. In that way they will bo more convenient for popular use. Of course lots of halves are used, nnd will continue to bo used. Their coinage will be kept up, and nobody will have any more difficulty in getting them than usual. But the proportion of other coins will be increased because the people like them better. Tho New York subtreasury has its share of halves on hand, and the other day it tried to work off some of them. It, was a day when pension checks were being paid, and nearly every one was cashed partly in halves. Before the close of the day a good many of the halves were back iu the subtreasury And they are there yet. New York Times. rent magazines. Kor sale by A R. Pennv, Stanlord. Ky. W. D. Himmelreich, of Lewisburg, Electric Uittora Pa., besides being a bank president and it beromim; o well known and so This a large flour mill owner, is tho largest popularmnctlvneed no spevlal mention All who ax to x.imc soritf manufacturer of lumber in Pennsylvania. have used Electric Hitter sin the xwt and it Ist purer mcdiune do nt It eciric rantced' to do alt that It claimed The leader of a band of gypsy robbers, and nf the who has just been captured iu Buda- Hitter will cure all dlsca.es II01U, Livertheum ind alt will remove l'lmplex. pest h. is the author of a dictionary of Impure blood W HI other affection caucd language, for which Archduke drive Miliaria from the sv.tem and nrevent as tho gypsy I;or a cure o!c iMlla.curc all Malarial I'ev.-rJoseph wroto tho preface. Headache, Constipation and IndlKtwtitwi tr) Kaurunteed or Kntire satitfaction llitlerx Dr. Ouchterlony, of Louisville, has bottle and i p I'rUe refunded presented to tho Catholic university at monev i'enn'a drugstore joe A It t Washington a largo and valuable AWondor Workor. collection illustrating tho pren of Hurling-ton- . Mr Krank Hullman.a yxmnn historic antiquities of the Mississippi O , tutes that lie had heen under the care ot t valley. uted their D and Michigan Central Railroads bt?en outer, declares that tho climate of Europo II Cincinnati via Toledo nnd Dritolt and the lint) is growing colder. itKiHf of Mackinac ami the Northern Lake retorts the has Captain Shaw, the famous aud illus leave been resumed for vemn eaon. These cars extent Siturday, Cincinnati every trious head of tho London fire depart- at ioo'cImV, arnvtnj at Matkinaw at wi the next evening ment, has resigned. For rites, tickets etc ,addret nnv t, , II. .V I) General Neal Dow advocates punish- assent or K O MtCormick neneral passenjerand ment by the lash on tho back for liquor in. Let aent, Cincinnati. dealers who violate the Maine prohibiBucklen's Arnica Salve tion laws. salve in the world for cutt. brnttet, The salt rheum, fever It took twenty years for an article on sorct, ulcers,chllhlains, corns tores,alltetter, chapskit, erup and ped "Lincoln," by Horace Greeley, to bo tie tlonshandt,potititclv cures piles, or no pay reumr and wive ciphered and printed iu one of tho cur- ed. It it guaranteed to Price perfect satitlacttst, entt per bo. $ or money refunded M. Flaminarion, the French nstron Through Car to Mackinaw. sleeping FQB SALEI , enrwrtKe over the C Lot on Main Street in Stanlord Containing erms east, t 1 -- acres. jJCUISVIllt NtWAl&ANt HKSIM!vXJKJ CHICAtOJita-TO : TR WALION.Stanlotd. IM(KVU-D.- ; MYERS HOUSE, P. V And GREEN, Proprietor I'lUMS ALL WHlvW And I hav e recently taken charge 01 tfcit well known Hotel and intend keeping it .it its present hlh ttandard. Special attention given to the traveling public. First-Clas- MOTTO W:ii!ST., Pullman ettibull HiilTet Sleepers and Pullman llullet Chair Cars on all timut through to Chicaito without change. Cm tin the Mnnon nnd get the Rett for the leatt money. I'or information sddrcst I t IIUOa.R. ;. P A.Chiiago W ('. CRl Sll, I) lomtville s Sample Room In connection Alto PA, IN(. J, Pool and Billiard Parlors. II Mil ARK i. Kid-nev- 1NTOHTH FOR CASH ONLY. 1 indlnir that I can not make a decent living b doing a credit butlnett, I hate decidr.1 to di all buggy and wat"" making of nt) II) and repairing for cash, and for cash ol work done cheaper at paving cath )uu can well at atotd the humilialmn of hav ing ttmenteuls preseutwl ever) few weekt horte-ihoeii- itf, WEST, in-- : 1 i s hlec-tn- arch-luologic- al gt u.im AI.TKR PIKI.DS. 1 urneittllle, Ky. Louiavuic 4 NtaMviuc R. n. Consul General Keiley, who is now at home from his long sojourn in Cairo, says that not onco during his residence in tho laud of the khedivo did ho get a To Set Stray Letter Aright. The dead letter office of the postoffico upstairs Nitrous Oxide ua git en far painless department has just published a large extracting STANFORD, KENTUCKY. volume of nearly 800 pages which is expected to reduce tho number of letters which go to tho dead letter office because THE SHELTON HOUSE, of imperfect addresses. The volume is entitled "A Street Directory of the PrinD. A TWADDLE, Proprietor, cipal Cities in the United States." A - great deal of time and patient attention to details have been expended upon the accommodation at reasonable rates. collection and systematic arrangement and uight. Sample room and good livery Open day of the contents of the book. in connection All the streets, avenues, squares, "laues," "roads," etc., of the same named in the nearly .100 free delivery offices of Situated in a beautiful va.tey on Dix River, about this country are grouped and so dismiles cast of Stanford, near the county road played as to facilitate search. The high1 e leading from Gothen to the Stanford and pike, will be open for those teeklng a.qui. est and lowest numbers on each of the et, pleasant and hou.thf ul Summer Retort streets are given to assist postmasters iu accommodations will be furmihed to guests correcting imperfect addresses where the a the Spring, have been very recent y open-cand. Among the ma- street named is found in more than one the termt will bo reasonable ny amusements Kill be dancing, boating, fishing, town. This directory is furnished to guest .it Rowland when will meet etc. Carriage .,...... ..f-- i .a.. ..Ill nnon with a postmasters at the free delivery offices 11c nouncu 'PL.. t touu w.,......"... ,.- Pin I... r urana..it inciiic june ic.m. f.. Iui.r.1- .......... for uso in perfecting the addresses of hadby ildresiig such letters and parcels as may reach J. I". COOK. Pror., Stanford, Ry. a5 their offices, though manifestly intended for Co. Star. delivery elsewhere. Washington Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 1 glimpse of tho wife or grown daughter of nuy Egyptian official. Lieutenant Colonel William Howitt is onoof the four surviving officers who took part in tho battle of Waterloo. He was but twenty years old at the time, and served as junior captain of tho Fourteenth British regiment. Mr. Hedley Chapman, of Maplecroft Hall, near Bath, England, owns the champion St. Bernard and perhaps the prize dog of the world. The animal is named Princess Florence, and at 9 months weighed 1G." pounds. The manager of tho Associated Press, William Henry Smith, has written a history of that institution, which npours in the August Century. Tho meshes of news gathering wires with which it has circled tho globe are graphically de scribed. Bahnaceda does not possess the black hair and swarthy face that are characteristic of most Chilians. He is, on the contrary, as fair of countenance ns any descent nnd his hnir man of Anglo-Saxo- n is auburn. He is a fino looking specimen of manhood, being fully 0 feet in height. WHISPERS Miss n.-trri- 1 hey pronounced hit catp to bcConiumption and incu,w rable. He was perxuaded to tr) Dr Kink Colds Uncoveryf r Contumrtion, Coujht and that ti- - wax not ible to walk atrostthc andst had ttreet without rettl ig He found before he betuted half of a dollar Bottle that i he wat much continued to ute it and ter, he 'r jood health If you Ihave any throat, atlun K A. ml bottle free chext trouble try it I'ennj tdru ttore lo-d- aj two prominent phyticiani and until he v. at not aide to net around Ileal-men- (Mii ICE,ICE We will deliver ive eath morning at folkwt 1A It the line fur )nu, at its I Double Dally Trains M Ac dole contie. For all points ti tx at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI 1HIUJUt.HTICKKTSSOl.Il. HAOO.U.h I or Acton a new principle -- reculatin the liver, Anew tliroMgh the nerves stomach and , Dr Milet' 1'ills speedily csire biliout-sentditcovery bad taste, torpid liver, plUt, cetntipatiofl. Nwallett, Uneiiual:d for men. women, children Samp'" mildett, surett Fifty dxwt 15 ee R. Penny's free it A Miles' Norvo and Liver PlUa cents, over Under 50 Pounds 50 and under 100 1 cent, over 100 ?s of a cent. CHIC KM) HIRUl C.H lelt M. F. ELK1N & CO., ls-iy- Or V ") inf rintii n en juire of J A t VRPrMI It Agent, Stauf r K) rrNN. 1r v Patt Agent C J r,.ti n tt, K) -- r Stanford, Ky. mas Ni When When When When Baby wax lek, wo giro her CastorU. she waj a Child, she cried for Castorli. she twain MIm, sho cliinj? to Castona. tho had CU1 trea. she save them Castor!. tlHRssw i'Jj 4Ekv m Union de PORTMAN SI MOHl), HOUSE, K 1ciirm ttlie Making lirecti ! rtett to JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. I his Hotel, renovated and refurnished, it p. w in wy charge and I intend to oeWuct it xo at t to a.id not oitlv maintain itx high rejwtatljn, t.itx longllK ol friends. Sf.wtalaccommo.ia. travelers and e roouix Tor tiontfar commercial inot. tnt iti Cental for vTjLTi r i s ABOUT WOMEN. bt I'l m "Silo it Detroit, i COOKS SffRIftTGrS Preach-crtvill- Firtt-cla- tt v A 1 t - , Farmers BanMTnist OF STANFORD. KV. A Miiioum of Decorative Art. Is now fully organised and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, --- - - the best work of all ages, together with suggestive books, SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL charts,' designs, etc., that will help them HANK OF STANrORD, find sjiecimens of (Now closing up) with the same atsets and under the tame management. Hy provisions or Ittchaiter. depotitors arc as fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks; lU shareholders being held individually stock liable to the extent of the amount of their to therein at the par value thereof, in addition actthe as It may amount inverted in such sharet. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual who cntrutted their .To thote i . .. M.initf fif I ,aaIi VTt tirtfiil .u while mnaguii; me Stanford, we e here tender our many thanks ana . n . .;,,.. r triii.net their business with ut. offering at a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our tatuty years experiencecon-in banking and as liberal ncniumodatioui ai are sistent with sound banking $200,000. 15,000. signers for the various manufactures can It is proposed to establish in the lower part of Now York city a museum of decorative art. where artisans and de- ... ....... .- .i'. DIRtCTOKS. J J, Wllliamt, Mt. Vernon; i h Five sworn tutements of the condition of the bank cisco Call. governUnited are nude each yearto theexamined Slates at stated times ment and its assets are Tho recent improvements made in phothus securing additional by government agents, . andperfect safety to dcpo.itors ettablished as the tography und its use in astronomy has This institution, orientally proved most valuable to tho study of Hank of Stanlord In 1S58, then Deno-.l- t a ibe Nali- nil Rank ol Stanford in 1S65 and that science. A dry plato can bo exposed the Kirtt National Dank of again for a suitable length of time in the teleStanlord in SS, hat had practually an uninterrupted exitter.ee of i ) car. It It hetur supplied scope, and tho imago thus obtained will prompt uow with facilities for traiimUiligbutiness loug and contain the details of a nebula, even Iv and liberall) than ever before in its career. Accounts of corporations, fidubo imhonorable - where tho amount of light would ciaries, firms aud iudividuaU respectfully solic- perceptible to tho naked eye, thus pro'Vhe Directory of this Rank is lompoied ot ducing an imago far more useful and accurate than could ever b obtained by T, J. foster, of Stanford; Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; a drawing. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; - S. II. Uaughinan, Lincoln; SIliKitlitr Accident to 11 Mure. M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernou; A singular accident occurred to one of S. T. Harris. Llncslu; tho equine species in Lako creek ThursJ. S. Hocker Stanford; day night. A mare owned by G. W. 1 G. A. Lackey, Llncaln; Youug, while eating corn from a wood T. P. Hill.Stanford; W. O. Welch, Stanford. trough, in some way fastened her tougue V. 1 Tate, Stanford. in a crack. In her efforts to free herself , profits realized by the successful fruit growers of California, and yet fortunes A J II. 0sley, Caihicr are being made iu this industry. A. notable example of this fact is A. T W. M. Uriglu, Teller J.H Bauhm in. General llok Keeper Hatch, whose biiccess has been little fhort of the marvelous. On his truit Solano county ho has 400 acres farm NATIONAL BANK of fullin bearing trees and 400 acres of rUR tiees that are still too young to produce Or STANFORD. K even a small yield Last year from the 400 acres, after paying tho expenses of S200,OOO the entire orchard, ho realized a net profit LINiE AND BRICK. Capital Stock-SurpluAiHt Hound. 5f $109,000. The cost of caring for the Patt Mail leaves Huiitlntftoqiiully at 600 am, 16,500 young orchard was nearly or quite Now is the time to lay in jour fuel for the WinI will deliver I Ime at as Cents a lluthel In LanCatlettsburg6at, Ashland 6 37, Olive Hill t Jo, Mt Steillng 1017, Winchester 11 05 and arrives ter at cheap rates. Send $jj to the caster, Stanford and the neigtiborhd. so that his actual profits were is invited to the fact ttrntion of the publu at 11 ut pm I will also load on cars at Crab Orchard, Prick is the only National Hank in Stanford. Limited xpreis leave Huniington dally nt so that this more than 200 per acre. Prices Hank Act, Under the provisiout or the National the capital were unusually pm, Catlettsburi; jo, Olive Hill a hundred. Give me a chance. vj, Athlaml uy high, but tho yield of Laurel County Coal Association at 75 cenlt depotitors are secured not only liability lor an 3 ot, Mt. Metlliig it, Wiiicbotttr 4 j and arrives jj6m FRID KKl'EGFR.Cral. Orchard. by the stockholders' exstock, but this year is so lhueh greater that he at l.xingt"li at 5 to pm Accommodation, dally cxept Sunday, leaves amount equal to the stock, so that depotitors of pects even larger returns. San FranAt l'itttburgh. Ky., and order a Kite Hundred Olive Hill 4 am Mt. Sterling 6 J5. Winchester tins institution are secured by a fund track, Hall. Stanford; Owslsy, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stauford ; J E I.jnn, Stanford; A. W . Carpenter, MlUedgeuWe; J. K Baughman, Husunvillc; J K. Cash, Stanford ; William Gcoch, Stanford, Ky. Shankt, President S. H. J, M J.S to produce something out of the beaten track. It is proposed to connect with the museum a school that will teach drawing and give instructions by letters and recitations. Such a museum as this would contain models of tho best work, goldsmith's work, enamels, ivory, leather, and wood carving, silverware, art work in iron, bronze, brass and other metals, pottery, and designs in silks, cretonnes and other textile fabrics, wall papers, painted tapestry, etc. in fact, examples of every possible form of art as applied to the industries. .Speaking of industrial museums, we wish to note that a very complete little museum of industrial art exists in tho Pratt institute, Brooklyn, being created as a part of that beneficent enterprise. Decorator and Furnisher. I'liifltH of I'm It Culture. Few people are aware of tho enormous Blaine, tho secretary's daughter, is said to bo 0110 of the most expert of the society ladies who play billiards. Mrs. Georgia Kendrick, wife of the late Rev. Dr. Kendrick, has been elected to tho lady principaNhip of Ya&sar college, aud has accepted. Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt has a calm, lovely face which is suggestive of the Madonna, a clear, palo skin, deep, dark bluo eyes and soft brown hair. Two nieces of Dr. Elisha Kent Kane, the Arctic explorer. live on Chestnut hill, Philadelphia, in a house that oc cupies the highest point of laud in tho city. Miss Frances E. Willard says that her rising hour is 1 or 7:30, and that 10 p. m. To this is her latest hour for retiring. habit she attributes her lifelong good health and steady cheerfulness. Miss Helen Gladstone, tho Grand Old Man's daughter, is ouo of the most noteworthy women iu England. In looks sho resembles her father She is always laughing, joking, tolling stories, and invariably keeps tho dinner talilo in a roar. Tho wife of a well known naval officer in Washington wears a very handsomo gold necklace that onco adorned .the neck of a Peruvian princess. The lady's husband took it from the princess, whoso mummified body he found in a Peruvian grave. Mrs. Julia Averill, an aged Kansas City lady who writes poetry for amusement, sent a few congratulatory verses to Princo Bismarck on his eighty-seconresponded birthday. The in a brief noto expressing his sincere thanks for tho courtesy Mrs. Wall, of Rulgewood, N. J., is worthy of being tho wife of a justice of tho peace, a position which sho fills, for when a brutal ruffian attacked her and a lady friend sho filled him so full of lead that tho doctors said it would spoil their instruments to cut into him. d the display of mipls. A And First-Clas- s Saloon JOSKPH ,;.,( Hll.LIAUDand LOlrl.i DR. W. 13. PENNY, Shorl'tt and (Jul. kel line to Havmjr renved ray Bsr'ier Shop ti ire Com meicitl lintel. I am r Spared to a mmo.Ute la dies ax well as grntlf n en in an) thing they may with in my line ClnlJren als.v wa(led on Call Solid Tramt, dairgagt cars, smoking 'art ard JLSSK THOMPSON, uiue. coaches. Pullman II, ml ,r sUci.ert thrmich witk-ou- t InCommer.ial Hotel. i lunge tia Chat tan ga, Hitmingham, Mend Ian makinf direct onnecii ntrii toute for Kbui. ville, Ahetille, Ltnthburgand point! iu the toJLJ .Jiy 'New York, Waihmctnn. Mi, .gn, I'ftintt Chicago, llufialt, Cleveland, ludianap..lii anil the vv ett. rcw t.Mf)ltnl, LanaiSa, J llv.c.l limt to ii.rnm.-iuigRuhmond, VIRi.lMA lUltimote. , i I'biladelpklt, lAn.inii, wy lloston, KJI3W DiR3LFiArSS, Dentist. Office So ilh side Main titeet, in flfi- e recently rieated by Dr. L F Huffman. Stanford, Ky SP el v7f -- T""lif,"", I At t AugiU, Macon, Satanaak, i, hat.ett Iir .rtt... k, Lake Cil), IhotHatvillc aud rl.OUI C . C htttanoog-- t for Atlanta. Columbus, WilmiCf DR. I.. H. COOK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, geraor H ten 1 he (lily line tuanlnur solid trains with chotce V ir in Ikiudoir or Palace Sltwptng Car to Jack. KrviHc vriihout change lor any ciau f paxtesi I Montgomery, Ifunuvillx, Decatur, SAS pants Memphit and AUK kf tt li Annittmt .Silmi, Mo iortand ,ui, e linn, trade at NKW OR-- I D.iict IAN without Mtailui transfer for (.nlveitoa Hi jm n, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AMD CALIFORNIA. The niythiough line to J a kon and Vi. ktbtitg. l.a.maxitig !itH.t i linek.tiont Mitt Slli-v-t- t without nnitubut traiwler Inr Dal'at Imt Worth, Auttm San Amenta, Kl Pauand pointiiu D V Ketiden e Othce over nt James H Owens' uioperiy at thejunuion too- -Hut in lonville and Danville pike . STANFORD, KY. M.Roberts' Drugstore cln a an e - s t ccn' THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE, Kentucky. Hat a RILEY, Proprietor. London, I E. II. FARMER, prepand than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience d wed. U.vcBieacall. pRAXK Kjyjv have moved to wy new Hotel and am bellei T0NS0 RIAL: ARTIST, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Ilarher Shop on Main ttreet, IWtuian Houte.and invites a share of your patronage l'rmpt attention to outside calls and special attention to ladies and hiidrer Work none in the latest ttrle with nestnett anJ firit-clath m-6- TEXAS, ARIZ0HA,MEXIUO,CALIF0RNIA. I'or through rates dure, t cmnly mapt and lul inlottnaii nallon Agent at lundion City, Ky UtANK V WOOLLUV. oraddrett Tiav Patt Agt , Lexington, Ky D It IDWARDS. D MM I IK. 'Iralti Man Clntlrnaii O It 1', A I A., DK. JOHN 11 CRAIG, - , Kentucky Central R.R. auTic CritvsH itoua'jo." Homoojmthio Physician, STANFORD, i - - KKNTlCK , Oftae Hourt -- 10 to Oft., e on 3 a. m ; t to p m e , S to TAXES TA2SES I TOTAX-PAYKUS- '' l.aoiastar ttreet.oppotitecourt-hout- OLD KY. ROUTE Newport Newt A M.Maiii alley Co Solid Yettiluled'l rains tu , "E. D. Tho ShortoHt nnd QulokoHt Routo fronr. Contrnl Kontucky to all point North .Ettat, Wost nntl South-WonFait Lilnobutwoun ItOXtnKton nnd Olucln ' mm. i t. I ! Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, FIRST s LINCOLN COl s TY I am preparel to collect )uu taxes Tor ii.,1 All points Last and Southeatt have schol ux to collect tor n districts Only one night out Irnm Lexington, Hope Coineprcparfdto pay all at one time 10 I settle Corrected Tune Card in Effect Mat H, ifcjt. er villi try to be first thai ever) Sax-pa- ) u.ihiMfiiiiFrniv ilinuiies i Klchanl il JSllHt ltouiiil. . M.enk', Newland, ...... r. b. J, N MLMtrLincoln Co. I'aat Mail leaves l.cilliirton dailv at A.)S bliend of Jim WincltMtrrS ai. Mt Slerfini; 8 w. Olive mu 10 40 Athlaitil 12 ij pm, Catlctlsburg u at, arriving at Huntington tt.jopm I.iwllml Exnress leaves LexiiiiitiHi Uih at 6 it tin. Winchester 7 ou Mt sterling 73.1, Olive Hill 1 a 01. Asniaiwi in to L.aiieiiaourg iu 41, arriving 111 lluntington at 11 07 lint Acco.iunodutioii, dnilv. except Sunday. luavux PttMtnt are hereby forbidden to fth in my take, r ......,... O. , .. ..... VV'.B.kA.!... ... v.,a.. i of Wynebur-- , under the penalties C A I 17 or RENT An excellent Furm a miles Wot such CAD uA LEi lirel Improved 105 acres, on presenhed for ling 7 4X, arriving at Olive Hill at i" pm 7IeWOKTKR, Sunday, leav Accoinmottatlofi, dally except Mu f (. Ow'J.Kt. pike. 3 miles frm depot Yntemile, Ky Lftington at it loan, Winchester it to pm, Mt ,y.im Sterling 1 05 pin Daily leave Olive Hill A 13 am' Ashland S 45 am, CatletUbuig 903, arrive I tun t ingtuii y aj am, 1 oT THROlT.IITKAl.Vx CINCINNATI ro MID DI.IrKJROU(.H and JELl.lC. SCHEDULE IN ItTl'ECT MA io.iSji. South-Houn- N. $ in I. No. s No ' SilL Lvc Cincinnati .. Lve Covington. ., Lve Falmouth.... n'y- - F.x Sun p m P rn P ra ra a. "WAHlTIITa. ml 8 ui p m J "1 S it in' 8 08 P in1 J o m i) 16 p in! J 11 IS . m'la 3 p in' 6 10 Air Pant Arr Lexington . I) 10 n 11 m p in 0 15 l '$ Lvc Pant 6 50 Arr Winchester,. i 10 p in 1 3 i m Arr Richmond.... Ji Air Lancaster- - . t 45 p m 5 ao p m Arr .Stan ford Lvc RiestMOmi ..'. IS p ns Arr Llvington. ., 3 3 p in Lve Middleshoro 7JS p in , JJP p ra p m P North-Houn- d. No. 6 11 7 7 10 11 1 No. No. 6 armors, Attention 10,-00- 0, l.ox-lli- gt I- 1 1 1 Lve Middleslioro Lvc Llvingiton... Arr Kichmanu..., Lve Stanford .... Lve Lancatter Arr Richmond. Lvc Richmond.. Arr Winchctter. 4 Arr Pant ofJtc-o.oo- (500) Ilushel car of their best lump coal on at mines lor present delivery. This coal should cost you a fraction over qM on track at Stanford 111 car load lots. A John II. Cattleman. U Lauhain ROYAL fftsurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BA11BEE &CASTLEMATC MANAGERS, Ocnrmerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South, ' Cashier I. S. Hocker, Preside t; johuj. Mcbtr..CMh.r. naey. Assistant A. A. McK 95-- 0 a She can still eat her food, and thu are favorable for her to survive this "W. heretofore unheard of accident. Egyptian (Ills.) Press. pros-ject- eho pulled her tonguo out by the roots A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD. KY Lve Lexiugton a in 3 45 P m Lve Paris m 4 S p m Lve Falmouth.... 4 in 5 30 u m 7 15 and arrives nt Lexington at t 05 am. Covington. Arr 5 1049 a in 6 J7 p m Accoeinudation daily leaves Huntington 111635 Arr Cincinnati 1055 a in 6 45 p iu pm, Catletttburg 657, Ashland 7 to and urtives at Dealer In I'uri'igii A" Domestic Olive Hills 55 pin. Except Sunday leaves Mt On the.Maysville llranch, No 10. leaves Paris at Sterling at ao pm, Winchester 55 aniJ arrives a 7 ij, a m anu at o ij, ,, m arriving Lexington at a 45 pm Ma)Svileatloio.ain, and 8 . n m. No. at 9 leaves Maysyille at 3 Jo a in, arriving at Pans at Limited Vestibuled Fxpresx runsdallyandb.it Sent) & Atkerman's and Milwaukee bottled No. 11 leaves Maysville at I jo and 7 40,am. Vettibuled lluffet Sleepers between . beer, tu Last lefferxon titeet, bet FIo)d and PullmanLexington, Washington, . N.Tork the arrives at Paris at a m nileam bottled Old Point Comfort Thit train is made part ofand daily except Sundav. I .... Tk... 11.111. .1, Preston, LOC1SYILLE, KY No i..daly to all points except Rowland Divis-ion- . beer, warranled to keep tin months. My K"oiU celebrated which Is daily except Sunday. will be found at the Pnrtman House saloon and loom No at rcrrill Hros' , Rowland. runt daily Iroin Lexington to Cincinnati. .No, 2 runs daily A- O. Route East or Huntington on the C. No 5 runs daily from all stations except the diily except Sunday be. Katt Mail Trains run T tween Lexington and Huntington. A-- Make direct Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunduy. No 3 dailv except Sunday. O : at Ash connection at Huntington with C. No 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington land wuh S. V. R ; at Winchester with K C. R R north aud south bound, and at Lexington with ly No 4j Pans and Lexington Accommodation d.11. Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. m Arrives Paris L & N , L S. und C , N. O. .V T P. Railroads. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily lo'it a8 ii In the corporate limits o Rowland. No Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinexcept Sunday. Connects at Winchester to -and nati 510pm 11 ;j. DARST, Rowland. from K C points and at I.exingtor. with L. A- N, except Sunday, Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m dally f6 R. R.for Louisville. No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a in. Arrives CinMt Sterling Accommodation Lexington and 55 runt daily except Sunday, and makes direct con- cinnati 7and a m daily except Sunday. 6 No. Wiuchetter far nection at Wlncheiter to and from Mlddleslmr-oug- h points aon the make connection! at E. N.N. AM. V R'y, D and at Lexington with L S. and Richmond, I have finished my new haw Mill on the Somer..?.OMa.carric,.,hr0VS,,h Cincinnatito Louisville. ", ffomCap and Ky. for . ........ Middletborough and Cumberland .. e r all in set pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford nnd am prepared for tun inioriuaii"" of this or .connecting.im.ic., termediate stations and runs daily. furnish any kind of LUMHER, SHINCLES. lines to , apply to any agent W. I. M UNSON. Trav. Pass. Aet., Cincinnati. I will tell the lum. A,e , at LOWEST PRICKS. S. R KNOTT, C. P ATMORE, C. L. IIROWN, bcratthe mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give rH E. HUNTINGTON, Tralhc Manager. Gen PassAgt Pottofflce, MAVWOOD, KY O P A , me a trial V P. and G M , General olficc, Louisville. Kv I will deliver sawed chestnut shingles at Stan Lexington, Ky. S. F. II. MORSE, Oen'l Pats'g'r Agt., W S. HARRISON. r. w. IIARKEY. ford or Rowland at Sj 35 perM. y A JI.UASTIN G. M., Lexington, Ky T P. A., Ashland, Ky J Office Chamber ot Commerce lluirdiiig,Cincinijat H. FliBXITEB,, a in a in 46 a m 00 a in 50 a m 15 a in 46 p in p in 40 33 p in 00 p m 45 p in 10 p m 40 p in 50 i in tl 55 VA2 6 05 a 6 JS a 7 45 a a 7 00 7 S3 a 9 3 a nr in in WINES AND LIQUORS, 1 1 i, Lou-itvlll- e, .. ...:. 4 F. F. V. 1 For Sal Twenty ISuildiiig Lots Bastin's Saw Mill. A--c ki t ,is, 4j-i-