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After ollcetinj: an oni.tniatlon, draft- inn n program, Ao., which consumed the entire forenoon of the tlrnt lay of the Institute, that body did not net down to for the nctunl work until it afternoon hossIoii. Hiigiiiiiiiii; at the bottom of tile ladder, primary reading and spelling were then introduced by Mrs. J. F. Gover, who read an excellent essay on them; topics, supplemeiitini; with nome apt illustrations. Misses OVl-tie Thurmond and Alice Stuart followed ailer with Homo timely hints on the ol) Ject or plutuie method, which Prof. pronounced moru compatible with this aue than the old way of coniiiiiovor a b c't, and potiiuliui: by hard licks the art of h pell in k and reading into the pu ptl. Mr. Hughes hero took the floor and declared that the teacher, in many cases, was compelled, through fear of tired by the trustees, to pursuit the old method. The principles of advanced reading, viz: pronunciation, articulation, unipria sis, gestureH and getting the msntiine..; of what is read, were all d welt upon at some length by Messrs. V. K. Cress, J. Chappell mid Misses Kay, Thurmond and KIIiaou. They all advocated the le-- , jection of the Hitlt and sixth readers, nin! supplanting them with hintoiical or readings. Written and oral spelling brought out good suggestions from Miss Cot tie and Messrs. Cress, IKvis, and Smith, the latter1 being perhaps the most practical. A short talk on the general inak-u- p Mid standing of tbu teacher of by Prof. McClary, wound up the dnj's proietsliugs. Pill-Until be-inj; MM-'U- 'i, I : : Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1891. NO. 47 BAR30URVILLE. KNOX COUNTY. W Hughes, who, liuviti once hetn a It would be bard to tell who was the Htiulent of mi'Mirinc, wan well equippiMl prettiest teacher present; but was there to ive a splfinlnl talk, whleh ho did, leully a single ugly one on the ladies Hiippleineiitml with diiwriitiiH nnd liuri-- side? that showed that this puiuueu could bo) "He is a perfect picture of manly made very eusv and tamtht witli eiieour- - beauty," was the comment of a light-eye- d Hiiitf sucres-- in alt public schools, belle on our Hast Ivud teacher of Hut the most blooming oasis in the the dudishjiattern. dry divert of the day's proceiduig was Miss Kate Bogle carried oil' the spellProf. Smith's lecture on psyciiolotry, ing match prise over 00 odd competitors, which, on account of the novelty of tliw missing only Wl out of 01 of the hardtheme and the admirable manner in est words in the English luugunge. which the professor treateil it, was NAmong the nonresident teacherB who toned to wry attentively, lie followed visiUd the Institute and took patt in thu Mr Steele's line of thought, illustiating exercises wore Mrs. Philips, of Mercer; his ideas with personal incidents and ob- Mrs. Allen, of Tennessee, and Prof. W. servations culled fiuiu hi own (.' out (til K. Xiles, of Boyle. experience. Miss Cettie Thurmond The Portrnan House was headquarters liked Prof. Smith's outlines, but thought for the male portion of the pedagogues, that pichoiogy might Iw compmssed and their levees there every evening under these thiee heads, intention, at- after Htipper were scenes of ini Dr. 1). Strauson, president of Union College, has had a new roof put on the school building. Attorney Joe Blair, of Pinevilie, was down to see Maj. Dish-ma- n, Stanford Female College. J. M. KUBBARD, A. M., President. IV - tention and letentiou. The kimlergaiten was allowed to go by tli" board ; and the remainder of the afternoon was devoted to reorganizing the Comity Teachers Associations. Profs. Pulliaui and McUlary each made some psrtinent remarks on the import ance of a guild of this kind, and, on mo-lion of Prof. McClary, who now, with grateful iickuowledgeiueut for the honor Unit hud been conferred upon him, resigned hit place as president of the elation of IStK), the Institute proceeded to organize ami elect a new set of icons. After an cxci'.ing contest, ed by nominations, motions, counter-Barremotions nnd spurt of eulogistic oratory, the follow iug officers were declared elect- ed : John A. Chappell, president;.). W. Smith, vice Mrs. .1. I'. (Jover, secretary ami treasuter, and R I.eu Daris, olitor. The newly elected prctddenl at once look the chair and 10- THWIUY. "Penmanship" wa first on tup Tntm-da- galetl (Jim Institute with a lo minutes with .1. speech, that ghoul: the building iiitnslncfd by morning, KihiiMtoli, Kully two hourti were xtu- lapplmiee. Til cut it vv. pied in illustrating ;nd elncidtitmg lids ' These two spicy and o.xhilcraling all important art, in wlnrh tcuciieni us well as others are so delloient. Tim plan theme, history and geography, wore by M. J. Hrough, who, by t he served until Thursday. The former was way, is n specialist in that hue, and a) introduced by Mr. Da vis, who confined Knuiuu of exquisite nieety. wiis very his ft) minutes remarks chiefly to L'nited excellent and received the oommenda-tio- States history ami the history of Ken V. It. Cress' "arm movelucky. He mA that the "dark and of all. bloody ground" was especially licit in " ment" and Mix. Cover's "plate in this coiwurtlon, wore al-- o well historical lore ; and it should be sudied by us as thoroughly as the Scotch do the lereivinl. Tlie nev'ssity ami the feasibility of nunaldof Bruce and Wallace. Prof. V. teaching lunguage lessons wu shown by K. Nile, of 15iyls comity, followed Mr strong- Davis and showed up his method tt Miss Stuait in a pointed osiwy, which was followed by tenehing V. S history, which is u mot ellicieut and practical PulliKiii, who cordially indorsed donbte-lllone. Measre. T. S. Benson. V. It. Cress Miss Stuart's idms. (trsiiiiimr and composition fullowel in and J. A. Chappell likewise added opiu-th- e train of the language lessons ; and, j ions as to how history should be taugiit. d Geography was lengthily ami on tl is subject, quite n batt'dlion un- their cannon, among them ly ilisciio! by Miiues Mettle Curler, Pulliaui, Marren, Alice Stuart. Mrs. Gov r and otheis; Chappell, Davis, ' CrebS, Hughes, Smith, Meachuin. Mrs. and several new and practical ideas wore Gover, Misses Thurmond, Stuart, Lewis, suggested and cummendel to the notice mid uthers. As to grammar, Pulliaui of the teacher. Mrs. Gover's talk on thought that the nubile genendly tried self culture was here given, and was i in to cuver too much ground ; but with the momely enjoyed. Her keynote was to aid of latin grammar could succeed. train the moral as well as the intellectMiss Muart thought syntax ought to be ual faculties, which as Samuel Smiles taught first, and Prof. Smith took the says, can be best done by means of good tion, good associates and good floor ami analysted the verb from Medi-'nto Mecca, by way of explaining how books. Knotty and intangible as it usually is, lie taught the science. His talk was very instructive. Prof. Davis, having civil government had something of a written n few niiulbs and newspaper par- - elhrin about it under the treatment of ngraphs, was rolled out on composition J. A. Chappell, who, possessing a natu-an- d explained his method of imparting genius for politics and law, sailed into the secret of that art iua way that elic- - the subject with a vim and ardor that ited the concurrence of the majority. pleased even the women. He explained 1'rofs. Smith, Hughes, Ciess and Pul- - thu workings of the country, State ami liam each gave entertaining views on Nationnl governments, in succession, and wound up with a nourish in favor this subject. Wednesday afternoon, upon invita- of the constitution. W. U. Cross, X W. tion, Mrs. Allen, of Tennessee, read a Hughes, Prof. Goodnight and others most excellent paper, entitled "Science came into the field bringing their coin the Public Schools." It was listened horts and the discussion became hot and to with much attention, arid voted a pari sizzling in scvclnl points, while the these of the Institute's data. learned civilians: happened to ditTcr on. s r was devoted to a School government was also handled in The last spelling match for Prof. Pulliatn's prize thisconnection, nnd the young teacher, of a ii map of thu United States, after who hadn't been deeply initiated herewhich on thu invitation of Prof. J. M. tofore, got several good suggestions as to sleepy headed, Hubbard a motion was made, seconded how those and carried to hold thu sittings of the urchins should be han Institute at thu College on the morrow. dled. "How to elevate the standard of WEDNESDAY. teachers" was partially discussed by the So Wednesday morning, in the College examiners and left for the Association chapel the exercises were resumed with to complete, after which the Institute arithmetic, which occupied the entire upon Mr. Walton's invitation ndjourned forenoon. Mrs. Gover introduced pri- in a body to the Intkiuou JounTAi.oHice, mary arithmetic, and demonstrated how where they enjoyed the novel and easy it was for a child to get a knowlsii;ht of seeing the best counedge of thu art of calculating, when it is try paper in the Statu come hot from its projierly simplified. Mr. Hrough led oil' steam presses. on mental arithmetic and he, Cress, NOTKS. "Hughes and Chappell, ventilated their Didn't Prof. Niles look a little Haya-y- ? ideas of its importence and the best Talk more next time, younger teachmethods of teaching it. Mrs. J. M. ers. Hubbard also gave a talk on this, which W. H. Cress is something of an orator, embodied all that is thorough, analyti- isn't he ? cal and practical on the subject. In conHow did you like Prof. McClary's nection with this topic, Prof. Pulliaui took occasion to pay a fine tribute to the The apples furnished by the Misses mathematical genius of Prof. Abner Thurmond were delicious. Rogers. Profs. Smith and Brough were Advanced Arithmetic followed; and, for their bald heads. lathis wide, and to many, a stubble The editor of the IsTKition Jouiinal field, Prof. Smith was allowed to turn honored the Association with daily himself loose. By principle anduot by mechanical combinations ho said was his Prof. Smith is a speller from long taw method, and during a period of 45 but don't tell him, or it will rousb his ho held the attention of all on bis "rath." analysis of multiplication, compound "How much salary does Chappell get to eulogize his friend Davis V" was the numbers and common fractious. Physiology was next introduced by N. question several were heard to ask. oil)-som- e enliven-Thurmon- d, n I describable mirth and hilarity. T. S. Bcnou, a cousin of the famous I.uthcr Benson, and who thinks Casey county the best "sang" region in thu habitable globe, says he has a particular aversion for cranks. Prof. J. M. Hubbard and his excellent wife deserve the tlianksof the Institute for the proil'erof the College chapel, nnd especially (or the numerous courtesies extended to the teachers while there. "Oh! isn't he handfoine," said one "ma'am" as she gazed upon the tall, pedagogue. portly figure of a "Yes, but he's married," add a bystander, and the "mashed" maid hung her head in dejected loveliness. Ah, woe is bald-headed red-hair- ed in-- ! ! pie-sideu- j g - In thu list of thu teacheis published in Tuesday's isue the names, of Miss Lizzie B. Withers, MNs Virgie White, Miss Alice M Philips, Miss Iiliza Smith, Miss Knte Itogle, T. J. Cress, Miss Mollie Warren, Miss Lixttie Pettus, and Miss Mupgic Martin were on account of their absence the tirst day unavoidably omitted. It. I.. D. LANCASTER, GARRARO COUNTY. Tuesday. The Knox County Teachers' Institute is in session this week, and is being conducted in the chapel of Union College by County .Superintendent Wood-soand a gentleman from Versailles, Ky. The engine which pulled the evening passenger train by this place Monday evening broke down near Artemus, a small station near here, nnd the whole train had to be pushed into Middlesboro by u freight engine which had a train of freight cars behind it. Mr. G. I,. Willis, the Louisville Times correspondent from Crab Orchard, occupies about two columns of space in his valuable sheet with quite interesting matter from that popular summer resort. One gets a writing up in "great shape" when Willis gives him a round. Mr. Chas. W. Shiveley and family are going to move to Londoii in a short while to reside permanently. Miss Gertrude Paden, who is visiting her father, Mr. W. 0. Paden, of Flat L'ck, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Dishman a few days this week. Col. I). K. Itawl-ing- s was at Crab Orchard Snriui'.s the first of the week. Quite a pleasant party of young folks from London, among whom are W. B. "etd, Chas. M. ICiiulull, Jas. M. Bore-inMiss Kittie Jackson, Miss May Bore-inand others, are spending the week at "Kly Dale," this county. Before returning the pirty intend spending ono day in B.irbourville. Deputy Collector S. II. Kosh, of this district, was in town Monday, and left Tuesday for a trip to Niagara Falls u g, Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, Full corpot Consenatry aud Norin.il Art. Excellent boardic; iViurtment. 1S91. teaihen. Supemr Canlo?ne and circulars co ir (urn'ied in t. wrature, Mimic and on ipphmtion STANFORD MALE ACADEMY B. F. BI.AKI3HAN, eijd, fii-n- Principal. Col-Ieg- The record nf ihe Stanford Male Academy for thorough work, ha been in the piM, exceptionally and vvc would anre in pafons and d that mj pains will be spjredto raaintiiu its former high standard. The course nf tudy will include all bran ei necessary to prepare for the Freihman cIcim in and at the rnme time will be arranged t.i the wnt f those neekini' a firt clai KnjlUh education For tliov. who m.ivdfJirp to fit tlictmelvsi for business, a tpeeial course In arithmetic and book keeping will be inirl?d out The fail will open TUESDAY, SEPT 1ST, and it It especially deiirabte that all pupils be ptet rnt on that day. TKUMS: (Tor fie months, pa)nble iiiirter!y in aiNance, with reasonable deduction for protracted sickness.) Primary Department . .Ji.so Intermediate Department 17.50 Classical Department u.jo I icidertal f ec . 1.00 . h.-- s mt CENTRAL A ! UNIVERSITY TtSlllniMI Sllll I Hi?- - I II StUdj., Cl.ASMCAL.Sct IHue-Gra- SNTIFIC, COM- - Klohmond. the geographical aboe the a, free from malaria, hospitable rial (all Elghty-tWO Full Faculty of able and eipenen. ed men, eat ha specialist in hit department. centre of the State, in the heart of the repon, 1.000 feet a few hours oy rail from Louisville, Cincinnati, Knoxrille and and students find homes in the best families and MemoRefined and community Chat-tanooc- a. iJAttondancO List eon 4jI, from J, States, Territories Now Gymnasium More than U'ft.ono added to the Next SeBalon opens Wednesday, Septembers, apply For catalogue to Expensed moderate (J) and countries. endowment last jear. 'cholarshlps lor the benefit of worthy, poor young man. $175 to $140 lor tuition board, washing aud t?qt erant attention. L H. BLANTON, D. D. Chancellor. g Centre College Academy DANVILLE, KY. The ; i n prae-t.ce,- well-writte- n, - uu-P- nd. y i learned-limbere- j a iti-t- j half-hou- d Our town shows up dull, owing to the large number of our citizens who have been visiting the fails in our neighboring towns. Mr. II. C. Kntiliuuui returned to his home on Sunday last, and we are glad to note that his friends think his health has improved. Sickness is our excuse for lack of news Items though it may be that tint world will be none the loser for not know ing that Mits Jemima Jane Suip-kin- s is visiting Miss Polvina Ann or that Col. Hookemsniver is inak-iu- g his monthly pilgrimage to the city in quest of adventures. It is a source of pleasure to notice the favorable suggestions of the Intk-hio- u JoiMiN.u. and Courier- - Journal as to the piopriety of selecting Col. W. G. Welch as one of the commission to revise the statutes under the new constitution. No man in thu Statu is better qualified to dischaige this duty than Col. Welch Whether as a lawyer, a citizen, or a gentleman, Col. Welch is an ornament to his town, his county and hia Slate. The world is better for having such men in it, and we trust that his days may be lengthened and his health preserved so that the influence of his presence may be felt and enjoyed by bis couutryrnen for years to come. You have an account of the sudden dentil of J. II. Brown, a member of the Lancaster bar. on the morning of the l'Jth. He was in the ollice of your correspondent at i. m. the evening before his death, ami seemed to be in good health, though he had been quite ill several days last week. The members of tho bar passed appropriate resolutions to bis memory. J. H. Brown, or "Jim" as he was familiarly called, was a genial, man ; kind and generous to all his associates, aud beloved by all who knew him intimately. He was n man of more than ordinary ability and gave prompt attention to his professional duties. It is said that his last words boys, I'm gone." He is was "Good-bynow beyond tho reach of praise or censure, but none will remember his good deeds, his kindness of heart, or his generous benefactions with greater sincerity than your correspondent. "Peace to his ashes." Blif-kin- -, 1 of James H. Brown. At a meeting of the Lancaster bar, Angina Ml, 1S01, on motion of Hon. W. O. Bradley, William Herndon was callHas beencstaldis ied n 'be I cine nd un Icr prs nal rnntrcl rf the loal. Kejtu'ar tt uljr aid tne ri.tr .irti ar I g ttninn-n- t of a ed to the chair and J. MortBothwell was hruts .irder U.e supirxisioi ol the Pn i; I rd the beM rd K.it"-,.- . jI ad.inPcs. Christian home rr c r bit e ' w elected sectetaiy. ror lurtlier f .rti ul 3 i" rc; ird to ' ard, tiuti jU, etc ,a Jdres , On motion, W. 0. Bradley, W. J. JAMES B. WALTON. Principal, Danville, Ky M. I). Hughes, Geo. K. Bradley and Letcher Owsley were appointed a B? LSJKir.vri&ijmAMc committee to draft suitable resolutions. Tho committee reported the following: Our brother, J. II. Brown, having deSty &P 2P53 SSI parted this life, we, by this testimonial, express our sincere sorrow, nnd testify wvw mi Yin i inrva ftimtv. pm to his universal courtesy, kindness of Si ft UJfcSi, WrSWStfi &&? Si, heart, nnd generosity, as well as his ca& FEVER, pability, earnestness and fidelity in tho WSTAftAPUr AMJ.AII Hi fitT5J a O !"). discharge of his duties. Mikolvkd, That wo attend his funeral DISORDERS. CI CENTS in a body. m FOR SALE BY ALL BRUSG1STS. 1Jeiolkd, That we lender to his bev.'i RICHAflD50N-TAYL0R MED.CO. ST.LOBIS HO, 1PKPARED8V reaved family ou- sympathies. w ,ZBMKJMKrKM2SSKi:flvrC2ffl Krsoiakd, That the proceedings bo published in the Intkiuor Joi'r.val, the Mt. Vernon Signal, and the Central ReIZSSiSEiSSXKSSiSSZS, cord, and be spread at large upon the orders book of the Garrard Circuit Couit. Mrsolvcd, That a copy of these resolutions bo given the widow of the In Memory th-m With a lull courfeof 8tud, lith to M' h ard Capita! W''e the nurse of ntruction is especialn en for tne ly adapted to preuare Class, it i intended at the uine time to furnish a liberal Iinclisb cducution to .my wi '!:.. re It. In conneciioi with tne Acaden.t jo-in.n Iext Session oT tins Institution Re2:s Sept. 9, - 1 1 Lan-druin- ilMB 9 if CTR Mm 1 TAYLORS aa-tnt- SsWjssS FORCHilf.S BIU0USNKS, MALARIAL - ed. The resolutions were unanimously adopted and the meeting adjourned. Wm. Hkundo.v, Cli'n. J. Moht ItoTinvKi.!., Sec'y. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. jnHjV ji fTtrn wB iB M n i tV iK for I recommend Infants to children and Children. UI- W. A. Tribblo sol.l to V. V. Green Iiis Jiiirni'ss sol tli ii k for t2tio. Col. T. S. Grundy sold at miction at printlt'ld, Tuesday, 128 head of short- Has superior to any prescription II. A. Ancnrn, 31. D., known to me." 'Castorlatsso well adapted Ill that CoAtorla cures Colic, Constlrvitlon, Sour btomucu, l)irrhaft. Ixuoiatlon, Kills Worms, gives fcleep, and promotes Without injurious medication. Tub Ce-vti- - So. Oxford St., Uroolclyn, N. Y. cetlon, horns at ST.O to $1:5.-- 1. Comiuny, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. -- Simon Weil bought in Morcer 150 lietid of 1,100 nnd 1,200 pound cattle at l whole-soule- d e ''cur-ric-u-lum- us vis-it- s. in'-ut- es The Advocate reports the deaths of Fred Harris, Sr., and Logan W. Caldwell. The former died at his homo near Danville, Monday, of paralysis, aged 7'.), aud thu, latter in Seltna, Ala., of typlioid fuver, ajted -- 2. He was a sou of Rev. R. II. Caldwell, and had only heen married two months. The State organizer of the prohibition party In Kausaa says "there is more liin Kansas quor sold and drank than at any time since tho passage of the amendment. There is ageneral letting down all over tho State." The amendment to tho constitution was adopted in 1SS0, and provides that the manufacture and snlo of Intoxicating li quors shall be forever prohibited in the Mr. E. Maple Shade Stock Farm P. Kautconer, of Danville, remarks "I State, except for medical, scientific and used your trial box ol Qulnn's Ointment and tock It purposes. Frankfort Capi off a Curb. Have since used twoofbottles.charac- is mechanical Testimonials very satisfactory." this ter are surely convincing evidence. tal. to-da- y to I cents. Advocate. "Pittsburgh Phil," tho turf plunder, is reported to have won SoO.OOO on his horse Kern, at Saratoga. Tho Junior Chnmpiou Stakes for worth $27,000, was won by Sir Matthew in l:i:l, six furloue. M. F. Elkin boucbt of A. T. Tiny-lo- r a hunch of t00 pound cattle ut 21 cents, and a lot of same of William Ueck at same price. , A cow belonging to Charles E. of Westport, Mass., gave birth recently to twin calves whose united weight was 122 pouuds. Tho Hardin County Fair will be held at Elizabethtown Sep. fill. Secretary W. II. Gardner will accept the thanks of this oHico for invitation mid ticket. The cattle market in Cincinnati is weak with best shippers at oj; butchers common to f elect J5J to 4, best hops are worth 5j to 5.40, sheep are fairly active at 2J to oj, lambs':! to (. Tim growth of horso racing in the last 10 years is illustrated by the fact that in 1SS0 the money added to prizes by the racing associations amounted to Sld0,000. Now it reaches $4,000,000. Secretary T. Horace Clelland of the Marion County Fair and Trotting Association, honors us with a pressing invitation to attend the meeting which begins Aug. 18 and lasts four days. As excursion trains will run from Crab Orchard each day our citizens will no doubt attend In larco numbers. I5J two-year-ol- ds, Farmers, Attention. Small Farm For Sale. ter at cheap I offer forsalo my farm two miles Xorth ol Stanford, containing 35 acres of ;ood Und- a good a with County Coal Association house barn, 8 rooms, nit nete.ry .1ou.l undines, im-- ly large good cittern at tne co about 500 su'eu iruit tries and all kinds of kiiiall fruit Adiln At I'lltslurjb, Ky , and order a Five Hundred O. r McHOI'l KTS, Staidord. (joo) iluslicl rar of tneir best lump coal outrank Also 45 acres 4 milts ioi.th of Statifonl ; a., acres imher; small at mines tor preient dilivery Ihis coal fliould in cullivatibp. Uaiai'i-- - in k' cost you a fraction over qlic on tratlc at .Stun I, id houe and good orchat'i and p.eiity never failing G. T. M. car load lot. water. in 41 - N'ow is the lime to lay in your fuel for the Winrate. Send 5 to the Laurel Kir-by- Vr Miles rtwcAarCwnc. i1 ,- Z5& lM --1 r HiiiiS1 mmm e- salv- a! sfikjir ISfl lV TahC 1 Cure cuts, brimrs, old sores, skin diseases, corns, bi.niunt. fiiea, lutula, bcratclies, halter hums, iirw poison and bruises. Wherever It has been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its prOi'Cimn tor reiiioviiic soreness is remarks. Me. Numerous testimonials will be secured and will appear 111 thin space at a later date. Made and su.d by J. n. HIGOINS, Stanford, Ky. 96-i- yr SA -t- IWII y 1 it- - .. Johu II. Cattleman. A. G. Lanham HtARrCvBr V N RfffllM -- W i.v- -J rlrrfil ' aS4 Ml ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BAKBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, irl truTS DISEASE, palpitation, pain in side, shoulder and arm, short breath, op- HEART! For sale by A R. Penny, Stanford. -r 1 -f- .' pression, asthma, swollen ankles, weak and smothering spells, dropsy, wind in Btoraach.etc, aro cured by Dr.Milea iNew IleartCuro. A new discovery by tho Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents thrcujfiout the South, Fine illustrated book of cures FREE at drugrists, or Co., Llkhart.Ind. W. . TEISBLZ, LocU'Af aat, STANFORD. KY, . ? ' a ""twrawpWpwPSPPI HF,?rw&rwm- - mm4- - T MK" - ' I him against hornets. Prof. Newman, who is conducting the Teachers' Institute here, has a rather youthful appearance of which he is Huy the STCDKHAKKR, and often reminded by persons he meets yon will have the best one made. He reverses the old saying thy stating 1 am that "he is older than he looks." agent for the celebrated Tho telegraph company has just stringing mure wires between NEWSY NOTES. liclni"vid and Livingston. Livingston ollice is now furnished with an operator Five deaths resulted from sunstroke And have reduced priceS on both in addition to the agent and assistant ou oKNUiNEDr.Jekyland Mr. Hyde case in New York Monday. A of increase of business done Plows and repairs account At Cincinnati, Charles Niemann, I also has been brought to light in Louisville. the Dicks Feed Cutter, Excelsior Cithere. Dr. Harry Danbuck came to that city aged 20 years, shot and instantly killed der Mills, Htickeye Force Pump, CinciuiiatijgElcvator and a full line Our thanks are due Judge J.G. Ha.. five years ago to study medicine. He his father. The murder was the result of Groceries and Hardware. elwood, of Carthage, Texas, for late paremained n while at the Medical College of family quarrels. pers from the lono Star State. The Fred Douglass, the negro minister wife soon secured and advertising for a judge is a native of this county, having and to Hayti, has resigned, because he is one. They went to left here I'A years ago and located in Texhe settled down to a fair practice of his afraid to go back to that warring island, II HIM. INS. as, where he has ttourished in the prac- II J MiRolll.UTs where negro life is so cheap. profession. It now transpires that he tice of law. Texas has a Fat Man's Association, has a wife and eight children in Ogden, The examining trial of James Dili- Utah, where he kept a drug store and the initiation fee of which is a cent n ham and Bill Damerel was called laxt the name of E. J. Liddle. pound. Men who weigh less than 2'2o answered to was ild. Friday and set for Monday, when it was The wife at the latter place, whom he pounds are ineligible to membership. The earthquakes that shook the re- co tinned on account of the sicknohs of bridge being erected by The steel occasionally visited, became suspicious gion at the head of the Gulf of Califor- Mr. C. C. Williams, attorney for defendand through her brother began an in- the Union Pari tie across the Columbia nia last week wereaccompanied by erup- ants. At the trial Damcro! was held vestigation, with the above result. The river at Vancouver, Wash., will cost over tions of mud volcanoes and streams of without bail. much married man will be prosecuted $1,000,000. It is to be 0,000 feet long. The increase in freight trallic over Col. Thomas G. Stuart, of Winches blazing sulphur, as well as by a gigantic for bigamy with a line chance of spend ter, fell down a (light of stairs at the tidal wave, said to havo been fully a this division during the last three weeks ing a few yers in stripes. Richmond House, in Paducah, Monday hundred feet high. Great damage was has been immense. Twenty freight X: South Dakota is now the Mecca of night, and is thought to be internally in- done to ranchmen in that region, and trains are kept busy. The grain shipIn , tho Cocopah Indians had to llee to the ments now moving over this and the those who seek divorce for purely selfish jured. beNorfolk ik Western roads for Europe are or imaginary causes. The laws are libEx Marshal George W. Kead has mesa lands, many of their papooses atof only 90 days is just died at Glasgow from a wound re- ing suffocated by the sulphur-ladeeral and a residence large, probably averaging 80 cars per day. requ red before an application can be ceived ou the night Gartield was elected, mosphere. A party of young people went in wagons to .Saltpeter Cave, 10 miles ea.t made. Most of the couples who seek 11 years ago, while attempting to make CHURCH AFFAIRS. of here Saturday. This is thecave mensuch divorces were doubtless not joined an arrest. GENTS'together by God, and it may be well Ilev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach at tioned in the history of Kentucky where Miss Bettie Connelley was run down enough to grant them an absolution of by a train while she was attempting to the Methodist church next Sunday even-in- one of the ingredients for making gunpowder was procured in large quantities their marriage tie, but no State should cross the C. S. bridge over Big Eagle, in at S o'clock. permit that contract to be broken except Scott county, and hurled 100 feet below, Elders J.G. Livingston aud Stephen luring the early settlement of the State. for good and suilicient cause. It should killing her instantly. Tho remains of John I). Mullius Collier have closed a meeting at Jit. not be entered into lightly or dissolved all been Carmel, in Laurel county, which result- were exhumed and Drs. Brown aud lov-eThe doubtful districts have for many other than scriptural reasons. heard from in the legislative races, and ed in 7 additions. extracted the ball from his head and The Methodist Conference, South, found it to be a I8 calibre. This bears tht house will stand: Democrats, 70; Tiik Louisville Times heartily seconds republicans, 10; people's party, I) ; inde- of Kentucky, will meet at Harrodsburg. out the testimony of tho witnesses who our nomination of Col. Welch as a mem- pendent democrats, 5. Sep. 2. Bishop Wilson, of Baltimore, say that Damerel had a 3S calibre and ber of the commission to revise the Durham a II when the killing was done Doniphan, Kas., is said to be the will preside. HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, statutes, ami it Gov. Brown will take to only town in the world Baptist and that Damerel did the fatal work. The revival at the ttiat had a river it as kindly, the appointment will be aud two railroads and lost them all at a Church, Middlesboro, has resulted in 2(5 MiM Belle Maret, a little Wildie made. Says theTimes: "As to Col. Welch's swoop. The shifting of the Missouri additions, mostly by letter. Next Sun- beauty, was attending the Institute durability to perform the duties required ing the week. Miss Nancy Kennedy day will be the grand rally day. river channel did it. by the position, all who know him will H. T. Barker, of Now Bedford, Mass., and sisters returned to Uussollville MonMine owners at Middlesboro have indorse fully what his home paper says. applied to the sherifl for assistance in claims to have read tho Bible through day, much to the regret of many admirIf the spur of necessity was applied to suppressing a war between the white and 100 times since lSiJS. It usually take ers. Messro. D. N., M. C, and Richard the flank of William G. Welch's talents Mrs. Jaiuett colored laborers, tho former objecting to him two months to read it from begin- Williams accompanied ho would easily take a place ninong ning to end. Brown to Lancaster Wednesday, where the employment of the latter. v'b for'inost men." Among those who profc&eed religion she returns to lind her husband cold in John M. Culp. general freight agent TfXOI2I. GKOCItftY" at tho meeting at tho Christian church death's embrace. Tiik constitutional amendment pro- of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, is Mr. Hugh Hays. He intends to lead The iiisn arretted hare lagt week ax viding that the legal rateof interest shall has resigned to become assistant trallic ought to he the pride of Wash Freeman proved to be William not exceed 10 per cent , with only ( col manager of the Richmond it Danville a new life aud it has not yet bben oveiy christian with whom he is thrown I'erciful, as he claimed and wsrttleiMd. leetable when the rate is not stated, was lines. His feuccessor y him in doing bo. to Jake .Sailor, who is in jail, swore carried in Texas Tuesday by a large ma- appointed. Mini tlint s preacher whoelrew J. C. 'fuller, the that liu,wiiH Freeman, Monday was celebrated in this counjority. The other amendments provid1511. H. L Sline in the First Urge reward whs offered for him for killing for registration in cities of 10,000 in- try in many placea what is called "the a knife on Applet;, Cheese, of Padueah, in n quar- ing Charles Ashorn Mt Tsxwell, Tenn. habitant and over and the Australian sixth huudioth anniversary of the inde- Christian church er or not an organ should Tvlexra.ns from trfc authorities t that rel over PLolUes, ballot Hy?tem,for an inoreHse of the school pendence of the Swias Republic." The fined $5 for plsce 8tAed that Freeuisu wmi mil want fund, for morn extended facilities for celebration in Ixutisville was particular-l- Ik- put in th church, wai religion worship on the trial ed, but a tewsrd WMssUnditiK for Charles disturbing imposing. adopting and enforcing locul option Iamp, Ghw- - and Quccnswate, Tin- - and VVoodcnware, Fruit J.trs, Oivcon for aniiif nlfeiise. The latest levieed figures of the of the cave this week. of additional eomU, ami the creation Jelly Glaes, &c. Nine additions have so fur Weasel wheat crop put the prod no: at 585,000,-00- 0 went alto earii-of Knsaiau 1'yrogranitn is h new brick hushele, which ia the largest crop the efforts of Hev. Mark Colli at the Wk imiBt plead ignoranco in justifica- over raited in this country, 512,703,500 Christian cuurrh, while the rwHtlta oth- origin, that is U:ing tried by I!nlish m combination of tHfe charge mn h- - by Editor Lo- bushels, in having been the largest erwise will be felt through eternity. To- builders. It is m de from f Wednesday. on the Chaape of tion of fusible and infusible clay, and We preceding ctop. gan in tho Time night lie will preach and hard, resisting n rnwhiby Heart, a subject hard t!o uudenrtand by are such n confirmed prohibitioniat so Tho city council at Kanea City er square inch. It H wl hv aot xpfrwnetn it. Ser force of 5 tons far as nroblbtit8 ourselv is concerned, scattered by a mob, whiuh suspected Uc.ik'is that really we do not know anything job in the proposed purchase of an elec- vics will continue over Sunday st least takes a' high Mliah, and the days may about whisky excopt that it ia very, tric plant As the members fl d for 8fe-t- y Svnil of thost who have profeswU pre he mixed to givi a jjreat variety of colvery, wicked to touuh, tUote or handle it. thy wore followed with linsr them, ferred the river to the haptintry and ors. NVw Yoik .Journal. sentence passed upon lynch them," and other unpleasant yells. their wishes were gratified by lie v. John Consequently the The people who sell typewriters and us will be accepted without inurmuranj While returning from church at Hell Gibson in Hamring Fork, Tueeriity. teach their customers how to use them without appeal. Salem, in Meade county, George Bonner have bothered their brains to evolve Chautauqua, N. Y. and Miss Cynthia Dugan wore thrown practice sentences which will contain all Tiik bill to prohibit tho sale of intoxi- oul of My stay in ChauI) bar Intkihor: IiSH Dugan's face their buggy. the letters in tho alphabet. Hero are a cants within three miles of any church is almost over, wo leave here tauqua school-hous- e Georgia, except hi stiucka stump and a splinter pierced Friday, but before leaving I want to say couple of ingenious sentences: "I'ack in or her head, killing her instantly. Hon nor my box with live dozen liquor jugs. ' cities, having become a law, tho prohi- was nlso to you for the benefit of those desiring "Jack quickly extempori.ud tho rive A OF KANAWHA FRESH CAR-LOA- D fatally hurt. bitionists propose to put tho rural part to study through tho summer that from tow bags." The president and vice president of of the State practically under prohibition tho "National Capital .Savings and Build July 1st until the close of August tho op by building more churches, schools and ing and Loan Association" have been portunities allbnleil here are not surAnd kok Youit Kinu Woitiw. -- Our colleges. This way of killing two birds arrested at Chicago for using the mails passed by any college in the land. This neighbor, Lincoln, was biirrouudud ou with one btoue is bound to result in for fraudulent purposes. They had col- is my decision after taking the French all sides by warm advocates of the congood. Let the good work pioceed. itonge-men- t, lected over .fl'00,000 from unsuspecting course here under Prof, A, do stitution, but the influence of her paper, and hearing others express them- the Inikuiok Jouinai., proved cll'ectivo A score of counties have ho far failed individuals and appropriated it. James .McGce, an Oldham county selves similarly, after pursuing the in carrying the tide against it. Editor to send their ollicial returns to Frank- Greek, Latin, German, HeWalton ha? reason to feel proud of tl 0 fort, but enough is known to insure storekeeper with a wife and live chil- courses in I las tlie largest and Sanscrit, Mathematics, and Engmajority over Wood of dren, ran off with his pretty clerk, Miss brew, result. Advocate. Gov. Brown lish. The various professors are the between 27,500 and IW.OOO, about double Hettio Barrickman, and registering as MOST COMPLETE STOCK over by Col. Parker, from A Diitkkk.nt.Skt. "You mustn't asthat of Buckner over Bradley. Ho far as man and wife were having a big time at best, presided Cook county Normal of the heard from the piohibition vote was less Dayton, O., when they were arrested Chicago, sociate with chickens," said mother OF while the people's got about aud lodged in jail, charged with embe. School. duck to he'r ducklings. "Why not, mamhan a.000, hut has Tho weather is warm .lenient. ma?" "Because they are not in the 0,000. new fake in being successfully been cool mostly. The lake is beautiful, swim." Brooklyn Life. A ever shown in Stanford at prices Tub farmers ulliauce is being swindled worked in Eastern Ohio. An agent calls and should you ever come here, be sure as low as the lowest. may see it night and all the time by desiguiug sore heads who aud asks to see a sewing machine. If it to lodge where you A kik A credulity. J. O. Wynn, is a Singer, he takes out the shuttle, puts day. It is so trauquil nnd soothing. I that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, Remember A whirl Of Mix. play upou its A wife. in ilancc. who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to State business agent of the alliance in it in his pocket and refuses to give it up send you by to day's mail a copy of our A glance A ttrlfc. Georgia, has defaulted to the tune of unless the owner pays SI, $2, ?:i or $5 daily, Hoping to bo home soon, I resend job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old A row, Sokly ; $50,000 or more, and others will when for an alleged infringement of their main as ever, a friend of tho Interior, A figh, A tow. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- Mary S. Beazlbv. A vrallc, D voice. they get rope enough. Farmers, your property. Many hmilies have been Chautauqua, Aug. 10. A talk, ofccuue'-Pr- oti ted and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. duped. Indiana Cottage, oaly hope is in the democracy. Tiik Shah of Persia caught one of his governors stealing. Ho promptly had him placed in a pot of water and boiled to death. A heroic remedy, but one that might prevail with goad results s among thieving republican in this country. ollico-holdortin-ish- inconsolable speeches won the light, even if his material did help to secure a victory against the Constitution in Lincoln. So it turns out that everybody is happy and will ever afterwards so remain as long as Crab Orchard water and other more inspiring liquids How. Willis should write a novel entitled "The Man in the Moon, or What I do not Know of the Hellish Conspiracy." n Louis- MT. VERNON, ROOKRASTLE COUNTY. Win. Cromey, a of Illinois, who job by ville merchant, is dead, nijed 70. has recently been relieveil of his Semi-Week- ly Only one arrest here during past December wheat jumped from 1)1 J Gen. Palmer, seems to have soured on three weeks. thing? in general and President Harris- to !K3 on change Tuesdav, owing to the This county only gives 1" majority on in particular. In an interview ho foreign demand. for the new constitution. John C. Honk will succeed his late says that if Harrison is nominated he We are under obligations to Mr. 1J. wont rnrrv a State except perhaps Ver father as congressman from the Knox-Wil- A. Welsh for late Virginia papers. such an Tenn., district. "Tom" Hurley is the fastest engine Stanford, Kv., - August 14 1S!)1 mont. He has the big head to every rehas been A full Hedged "blind-tigerhe has snubbed extent that driver on this division of the L. & N. publican senator who has called on him discoveied in activo operation in the Night telegraph offices have been In n readable letter to the Louisville about public nliatrs. The Senator thinks capitol building at Atlanta. at Har.ol Patch and East Bern-stad- t. Timi'H from Crab Orchard, Mr. George that most any other republican can carThe privileges of the Clark County L. Willis, the versatile genius of that ry Illinois while Cu'luui could get 10,Fair Association were rented last week Teachers' Institute is in session here $1,000 more than last year. inimitable sheet, evolves from the unit r 000 majority. Notwithstanding the talk for under the chaigo of Prof. J. W. New ' saloon-keepe- r , Harris at man, an able W. K. O'Malley, a consciousness of n pate, rather devoid of of Farwell and other teacher of Lexington. capillary adornment, though chucked son is about as sure to be nonunateil as Middlesboro, was fatally stabbed by There are more children in Mt. Verfull of ideas, a beautiful little story of Mr. Cleveland. In- - which event Mr. David Worthington, whom ho refused non under eight years than any other how Col. Welch and Gen. Tom Harris Harrison will be permitted no longer to to credit for a drink. village of its number of families in the S. K. Hickford. proprietor of the seduced Judge Sam Dellaven, while dis- disturb the enemies he lias in his own State. cussing the age of some rare old whisky, party. Park Place Hotel, Middlesboro, has A steam thresher, tho lirst ever in skipped to his former home in Michigan, this part of the mountains, owned by M. into pointing out the weak points in the Two distinguished editors and writers after getting into tho people J'2,000 worth. constitution, which Col. Welch, in turn Bowers, threshed Mr. II. C. Gentry's passed away Wednesday James Kus-se- ll Lntk-iuo- k embellished for the readers of the Fourteen excursionists were killed wheat Tuesday. Wheat is turning out Cambridge, Mass., aged and a numberof others seriously wound Journal. It was taking advantage 7t-- Lowell, at and George Jones, of the New York ed by the blowing down of tho hurri- well. ', n good and unsuspecting man, who of Mr. W. 15. Dillion is at work on a ripe old age of four-tcorwas making speeches in favor of the Times, at the cane deck, during a severe storm in Cold contrivance in the shape of a wire cage, distinguished ability adoption of his bantling, but all is fair Both were men of Spring Harbor, L. I. which he intends using as a sleeping would be and left mdellible footprints on the in love and war, and the judge The hottest August weather for L'O apartment. He believes it will pmtect did not ho believe that his sands of time. nearly all over the Senator Kakweix, well-know- InteriorJdurnrl W. P. WALTON. 4 ' e, Is Receiving His " Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Springs Summer Coods Give uim a call. sore-heads- THE WILUBB'9 Ull. AU.XANMKR'S IIOTI'.I .f THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Cor. Jefferson, A. YY. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KV. W. R. LOGAN, Jones, J. J. Sullivan. J. L. Marshall,;Clerks. Rates S2.50 Per Hay. Court-- I louse, Manaeor. house-keepin- g years has prevailed country this week, the murcury in many places in the East going over 100 in the shade. There were 10 fatal prostrations from heat in New York city aud everywhere has greatly the death-rat- e increased. Gov. Buckner has commuted to imprisonment for life the sentence of i''ath against the negro, Anthony Duncan, who killed Dr. Gorham, in Fayette, last fall, and reduced to three years the sentence of 21 years against Joseph ami Camp-hel- l Noel, who killed James Langford at Harrodsburg, for seducing their sister. Seven thousand people saw (5. W. Uobinson's Nellie W. win a heat in 2:141, at the Nicholasville fair, the fastest ever trotted in a race South of Mason A; Dixon's line. She didn't win another and after the race was taken very sick. Bonnie Wihnore was the winner and ho re duced his recortl to 2:171. Walter Herr If You Need a Wagon, BwJsjfr lsHf Oliver Plows, hae ft -- M J". IB. FOSTER. S 11 NEW FIRM. Successors to'Stugg MeRoberts & Higgins, McKobcrts,clcaIcrs -- n CLOTHING, g FURNISHING GOODS ll 3sr S3 o :k:"w:e.ajr, Meats, MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES Ken-tuc- k Go to A. A. WARREN'S Peaches and Primes, Rice, Prescroes andlJams; For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Dried ist poti-tivel- wh-th- y d 188-1- , FARRIS & HARDIN. j 1 Stapie and Fancy Groceries, Hardware Queens-- Glass- - and Tinware. SS23 OTJ,2SrJBCA.ITT lEKE OP LAMPS. SALT The Old KeliaftLe Jeweler lm in the Lead. A. R. Penny & 11 to-da- Watches niil Jewelry it, .5.V '7'J 1T pn T Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal Ky., - Ksoi.nk .tdiorse power in fair condition, for sale cheap. Apply at this office. Fon S.U.K. good My houso and lot and a Jersey cow. J. A. Carpenter. The vuivy people ivho 2l STANroitn, August 14, 18i)l B.O.WALTON.uu.ManaRor MEANS Tnn canvass for sherill next term is Am. notes and accounts not paid by beginning early. Mr. Robert It. Gentry Sept, will be placed in the hands of an is notifying his friends that he will be in ollker for collection. J. F. Holdam, the Held, and the present incumbent. Mr. J. N. Menofee, will bo a candidate Crab Orchard. 1 , ft? GROWDED THE LOUISVILLE ST0I1E LAST WEEK arc wondering how it is possible to sell goods at prices as we did. But wo have to make room for our new fall goods and therefore we have to sell BUSINESS. SLt Knokavjni. beautifully and artlsticnlly done at A. K. l'tMiny'fl. Yoi it account is now ready. I lease call mill nettle. A. K. Fenny. Havk your watch, clock and jewelry repaired at A. H. Penny's. All work warranted. Hkmkmiiku thatall silverware. watclicH, . Fcnny's will rincH, Ac , bought at A. be engraved free of charge. PERSONAL POINTS. Aitkntion, plow K.MiMKits. a'eu that your for I r is somewhat remarkable that Stonerepairs have Oliver's name on them. Any others are counterfeit and wall Jackson Pulliam presides over the will not give satisfaction. J. It. Foster. Teachers' Institute, while Robert Lee Davis records its proceedings. The Tut: K. C. will run another cheap ex names of these young gentlemen show Camp Meeting where the hearts of their parents were cursion to the next Sunday, leaving Rowland nt 5:.".0 during the war, and links them inseper-abl- y A. i. and returning from the grounds at to the Lout Cause. Dei-rin1 GOODS AT ANY Come PRICE p. ii. SL .- -' Tiik Joint teachers' institute, colored, melon Tiiiwr. It is said that An- - of the counties of Itoyle, Lincoln and The editor went liiimvillo yesterday. deraon Nuunelley has bought up p the Garrard, will be held in the colored Capt. Mhh. J. T. I.vnn in visiting county and intends watermelons in the Methodist church, Danville, beginning family at Junction City. to form n corner to put up and keep up August III, nnd continue five davs. All Mm. J T. Dknton, of Lexington, is at prices. teachers now having schools under conHale's Well for n couple of weeks. Piior. J. W. Smith, one of the exam- tract, or expecting to tench during the Mm. (5. C. Hki.ii, of Lexington, has , are required to atI iners, says that IS of thu It) teachers ex- session of ltailey. been visiting Mr. James (jrrniUK and wife, of Now amined passed, hut only one, Mr. M. J. tend. Advocate. Mi:. Hiii.uk Haven, are visiting at Mr. J. A. Carpen- ltrough, of KiugHville, got u DEATHS' DOINGS. certificate. Mr. llrotigh now has live ter's. we 11. Tax-to- n. certificates of this grade from as many and J. JiimikM. 0. The Peabody, Kas., Gazette records the death of Mrs Jennie Williams, nee '(., are attending court at Fine-vill- counties. at her home in Liberty, M"-- , Tin: Parole board let fcix convicts out Cochran, Hit. Hksiiy XCNSHM.Y, of Winchester, hIio went recently a bride. Her of the penitentiary nt it last sitting, where is vivitiiiK Ida cousin, Mr. A. T. age was ol. among them Joseph and Campbell Xoel, Tli.j many friends of James Harvey To goods who s thm m?.a we hns boon of Mercer couuty, for til years each, for Brown in this vicinity were shocked to Mi Mattii:0m.hy, who St to olie manslaughter; Thomas Rose, of Rock very ill, was cotibldorably Improved yeshear of his sudden death which occurred we castle county, for manslaughter, liye lieej) oooii of terday. Wednesday morning at ik.'tO at the resi Lome years, mid Hugh Jnckhon, of laurel llrtun-me- t Mich Maiiy Vahno.v went tipto of J. J. Walker near Lancaster. one deuce Tuesday, to see after her line cool county, shooting with intent to kill, The night before Mr. Brown in company year. lands there. with several gentlemen went in bathing Mit. John MiHoiikbts, of Toronto. 1.st week, Miss Martha Rentier, a in Dix river. Shortly after going into Ind., hnH been visiting his uncle, Mr. young lady living in Rwkciwtlo county, the wnter he was taken with cramps, F.d Mcltobert. A. URBANSKY, was bitten by a mad hound which be- when his companions conveyed him nt MANES longed to the family, and which had sev- once to Mr. Walker's, but Mr. llrown Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Piiok. II. H. Ki.wott, of IIIHotl lust-tutr continued to grow worse was here thin week In the interest eral tits before it was kihed. Miss nnd in a few of that excellent hchool. has had no symptoms of hydropho- hours was a corpse. His lovely young Mns. M. K. I)itn stopped over on her bia, hut it was thought best to apply a wife, who whs spending the summer . return from Harbourville. ami spout n mad stone, and Tuesday Mr. John Ren- with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. I). M. ANI)day or two with Mrs. K. C. Warr-- :. tier came down and secured the one Williams, at Mt. Vernon, was immediTin: Mii'H Alcorn uve a progressive owned by Mr. Andy F.lkin,of this place ately notified and the shock came near euchre party on Monday ovuniiik which Shoot the dogs ; they are not only dan prostrating her, With her parents anil Upright and Horizontal. wn greatly enjoyeil by those present. gerous, but nuisances of the worst sort. brothers she btarted at once for the . Stationary, and Portable. All W. Pti.i.lAM, who has been visago, Mu. J. home, which rhe left a few weeks Tin: contract time in which Messrs. power. sizes up to iting his wife anil relatives in this coun6ho had left in roto find him whom u Hughes, Peyton ti Co. were to put in ty, has returned to his home in Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and cold in the embrace of bust health, the water worVa having expired, the death. It was a fearful City. Durability. Write for Free Illimrated I'amplets sinil your wanli to .Mihsin Amhhoiia Thomas and Sullio city council is now negotiating witli a nnd one that made stouter hearts grow Berryiimn, who line been with Mrs. W. Philadelphia lirm witli the probability sick and faint. May He, who tnketh & CO., It. Mcltoberts for bohiu time, returned of making a contract that will be per- care of tlie widow and orphan, comfort SPRINC.F1KI D.'.OHIO ORK CITY NEW formed. The rates to the town will be to luisville Tuesday. her in her nore bereavement. A disW. li. Mi Kinnk, of Decatur, Ala., is the Nune as in the other contract, but to patch says Mr. Brown wns born in LanCRAB ORCHARD. with his parent here. He is atislled citirens it will be higher. Mayor caster August 0, 1SU1, and wns a eon of tells us suit for damages to the The Crab Orcharl Common and that the two best places on earth are A. It. and Zereda Brown. After a amount of $10,000 or more will be insti- n-school and Decatur. Stanford education he began the High School will open on Monday, Aug. against the firm that promised betMinimi- J. T. Conn, of Vernon, Texas, tuted study of law under Denny & Tomlinson, 17. J. W. Smith, Prin. ; Mibs Leah ter than it performed. w ho has been on n vinit to his brother, being admitted to the bar at thnt place Steger, Assistant. Win. II. Conn, and other relatives in s in 1KS0. Thc I.. & N. is doing u rushing He wan elected Horatio Jones while attending tho Itiurnrd, returned home Wednesday. now over thu Kuoxvil'c & Cumberon the democratic ticket in 18vS2, to Campbellsville fair fell from a high poran ndeptin thehuslnecs, land Valley Divisions. Capt. Frank Har- w hich place ho was K. H. Kkimo, in 1SS0. inis nsslstini; Messrs. J. A. Mndd and J. ris tells us that it has handled daily an He wns n good lawyernnd much thought tion of tlie amphitheatre and was V. CHiTbrd on the second and third average of four solid trains loaded with of by the members at thu bar which stantly killed. The oO days' test of Matthews & in tricka in the train dispatcher's olllce at wheat for the last two weeks hound to passed highly eulogistic rtsolutiona on Hume's Jersey cow, Signal's Lilly Flagg, Rowland. the peaport for export. It comes from his death. at Huntsville, Ala., resulted in a yield of Mk. Alien (JiiKKN nnd family, of I toll Indiana nnd points far up in Illinois. The 117 His. and lo ozs. of butter. HUBBLE. iiiovimI to the farm recent county, have The rolling stock of the division is taxed Mixed, ly Mirehaseil of (i. A. Peyton. .Mr i'ey to its utmost and the captain says he C. M. Adams has been giving ub a XKW A1)VKRTISF.MK.TS. rent the Tony Harlan will have to have four more engines. sample of his new fence, which seems to mn will liki-lfarm of John White. The local freight) have now to double bo a ood one besides a saving of rails. Tm D CM C ofrTliNT An exctTli-n- t Farm LiLj fircly on U Oik townsman, Mr. J. T. Carson, back from Lebanon Junction every day Mr. Maples and Mr. Johns, of Middles- pike, j mlletAfrom depot. Improved, . loslicrti, Ml' LKK Crab Orchard seems to be the beau at vifiitiim at. lames Hobin-soii'TiiBATKitAi. In addition to Blind boro, have been Springs. Ho leads nearly every german of this place. Thomns Wood deto do all kinds And JEWHLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r Bros, have I and has a number of tint fair sex on Tom next week, the Walton livered some cattle that he bought of M of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. the Hiring." On lat Tuesday evening booked the following attractions for the I.uco for Tine Cook for J3S5, weighing NulKf it hereby K'vfH whom it piay cotucrii coming HitiHon : Oct. 'J, Biwtou Ideal he and Miss IteMsieS.ittorwhitu, of about l.tWO pounds. J. W. Brijjht sold that will proiei ute ll pt imhi guilty hi himiini;, Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, n wer the honored pair at the Miiibtrels; Oct. 30, May Smith Bobbins his wheat to Marksbury for 75 cents, learirj; 'H ni frnctsor in an ctl.tr mauut'r lre farm. day and nitrht. in "I.ittlo Trixie, tlie Itomp Heiiess ;" MRS EMMA J IIM.I.AHD A.iu gorman. and will thiefch at once. G. A. Swine-hroCrab Orchrd. Ky. Mim Mattir Paxton lft Ttiffldiiy for Nov. IS, Orson Clillord in "Avom;..il ;" hart yone to Toiines$eo after his Nov. 17, "Dan MoGinty's Troubled;" ltulhdo. Wyoming, to rtuin her third loud of sheep. 1). N. Prowitt is TfVPIPl? I1 hfely "My mII cmnnt Nov. 211, "Atkinson' .taHitif," in thu X iw RssliUnt prinelp! of the Uteri J. who gathering up th fragments of lambs uv W r lion J Inv farm hvor mv hereaflur rent of it McKlmiv ol A. C comb? operatic ubtnrdity, "Tha ISiectrie grant ' n School there, when ih gave I cent, that nothiug be lost. S. lutin ihai w.ll Iwld them rciponiDi .lor. ui'ii Iwro at Spark;" He- - '2. Uwrch A Bowers' via Mr. Iun m nut a rMl r. I only permit Sole Agents for Initt sMtiinn. She, M. Spoonamor? ii; jialliiui lumber to re- rrniN.tu live oa and cultWal My farm n con.li- him Alarm." . 20, "Midnight a VANARSIIAI.K. i , mid other iUe- - of Park build big blacksmith shop here. The i.uii. i.. ..i and ill not nrrlvet her dtwtiiM Mauv other good counmnieH Mm alio Buah Branch and taucaater & Danville Sep. I. Her runny friends Hiking for date. . i pike Oo'a are toeing the gravel this ! wh hern pleMHiit journey and k sueTut TeaclMM-h- ' lntituW, whU'h hae wwk. The good work ought to go on i infill wtioWmtic yer. been iuaMMnii cJim-- Monday, ha prov- till tbay both are made complete, and Vi tkk li jror oonUuaont erylcrt, ed an iiunaually pltawwl and proOtahl tlyen w will tit object to the fancy toll CftrpiitMT will retire Ironi the one to all Mr J. charging, liona art mt coniv rued. Conductor 8. J. 1891, eut her Pulliam haa tillwi hia dimcnlt poaitiuu they hav been OH SEPTEMBER As dupoi I.. v N. careti hen, nui a "aceut" can be raicml rnnay friend, who tt'uiUt with much crwlit and the twathrra r he loot made by boy cholera. Corn proepert waa nev- At ioniloiA A. M .we will sell to the hlthe-- t bidder mi thc praaUaet, th well in hoping th- -i h will rooo be restored high iu hia praiae. Kqpt. McOUry er better here J K. Brura, of Stanford, j O Nul, ilw'd, atiuatedon tlh.Vnowa iarm of waMtnof lun-il- l lo health and tlie position that h has their Umitka for wlmrtinic a buying wheat for the Holler rotk and ad)pimc the J V Caahfmm, waa her F. L Olif- alnmt n.1. tilled so atW.wtorily. Mr. a worthy of the honor of preeid-in- Milt, of that plaiv, and ottered 75 centm ual survey. ijo aete ta be Wceri uiid e aud il In vulmrton hluh lord, who hiw b'en agent at Rowland in fraat. All Iu r well l ovur Ui lnHtitnU end h ia imviv-in- and the rim, but owing to the rough the innam.lt " r' 3ut-cdwii m it V9SjKKZ2BQ??rim'w' IH Uka at ate oi cultivtMM,cll watered and well lin- able man, au.l is a very them. Tha tMchera are a koo1 look- road to haul it over could not effect any nrnvid jnd One ihird.aah charge of the office here. ing and intelligent body nnd moat of pnrcbaaea even if he had otterari more wiih iiecotuble notbalaner in one .cui two jenra. Guaranteed t hv c i il to my other chilled plow. A A. your neigh- 'carin6 VperII MURPHY nay J P. CAhll .ud them take part in ttw dfecuaafona of tha than could le obtained elsewhere. This Of .ilc i hey all li t it. Kxor. J O. Noel, deed. bor about it. td CITY AMD VICINITY. varioue quoatioiMi. A full rajwrt of the teuchns the importance of good roads In 4' r. Jelhon prom-diupi Bright furnisheil by Seuretary all comniuuitiea. Gruwiiberry Sot.it RiienU for Wooldridifl Davis, which appears on our first has rotiirnel from Middloeboro after It. PUI5LIC SAU2 ..,! It. IC. A W. II Wren. page. buying oiiu lot m that placo for Mioses OP Mk. M. V. Kikin has purvliBUMl of Iou mid Jennie Bright. M rs. Ool. Bice licilerlli Cait. tlii.i. is TitouHLK. The Cincin gave a very aplenilid dinner Tuesday to Mi tcalf his houso and lot n Thomas nati papers contain accounts of tho arCOUHTY FAEJ! Scjuiorset street for f2,0ftt). Jacob and Jim B Kobinson and their VMBIS LDKObH 1 "M rest and imnrceration of llffi STTFh"f HMWUP8 friends who are in from Middlesboro for Tr Ai'iit-uhas live Sundays and more "rffMito X2 WaiWilaUi' clocks m0 V. M. Hill, of Middleuboro, wlio :k W2&& aka'JWfiK moonlight than any month of I Ml. used to live here, on the charge of ob- a few days. Mr. Leslie Carter is thought At thf maiiktuii hon.t on the piemitcs daVF' JB.lTTVV.! Xnr T74. Bllv Now is the time foi lovers to get in their taining money under false pretense from to he improving K3" Repairing neatly and prompt-- , ON TUESDAY, SEP. 15, 1891, work. matrim6nial matters. SS Italians, who swear they avo him $f ..: ui mc . .. . ly done. At lo o'CIock j ai,, i iii, i'tmur Dy im- i, una will of 1 liorntoii A BiiowBii which greatly refreshed u piece on his promise to secure them JOllllU l..l ,111111 Miss Ii0l8 Atlll ;hotU th,tei,(, rA I'ort.r, dec auction to the1 at public l !...! tin. l.i.nlml titmnn. work in Cincinnati i . Before cottinc r.1-Iv W tl 1 II1LC(1 " deceilciit re- " i VCgOUUlllll aim ruiiwii mu In.. I..tli n( tin Mi'lviiinnv Kcctmii i,, .i.ii lmldcr tlie frtrm on ior there, however, he gave them tho filip were innrriwl :it thu brido'a fatlier'u yes - :oithy!roMiBB0on .'"i'iIS" ' I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) iihero fell Wednesday morning. i, Maunn, ami cunuiru bcrt or five daH it him been territlcally and the deluded creatures hud to shift turilav four for themselves, and being without monJ N.MENEKEB A. C.SINE Fourteen convicts have escaped from 119 AfcrOS and 11 Pol03 Cf L&nd. ey they suffered consideiably, till cared U. Higgins d Co. will supNotii'B. J. for by the police. Hill wns arrested and the Briceville, Tenti , .nines within the The ,,,, u fit.clJW1 aud lM,irovettWtt, ply you witli Wooldridge or any other jailed, when S750,some accounts of S. II. hlSt Wt'CK. nig, S.c, are fairly good. I no tract win no . of io ...... .. .. . A. OW118 properly 111.!.! In three tenaiale narrel. one j8a..rc and kind of coal you want. Come and see Bruce and other papers were found on ThO . M. oIei,, the station, the cond of and bo convinced. J. B. ,Thc best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. - Hie third, o which u the reiulence iif 6j ai.res for yourselves poison. He ollered the policeman 100 this COUIltry to the amount of SlL'.'JoO. After the three parcel! have thu been seperately k Co. Ulld 1,0X5 paid 'offered the ertire tract wllUi offered a a whole Higgins not to lock him up, hut it didn't work. 000. llflS 225.000 members, SASH, and the bid or bid realuinc the largest price LUMBER, Singleton, who ehot Capt. Hill claims that the $3 he got from ollk'iuls. All thrcuol thcte tract! htve wl.i be accepted Jaileu. Cicero DOORS, a frontage on an excellent county road leading, Financier Foster no doubt fully men was to pay car fare and that at a dlttanceof lull a mile, to the bUnfonl f. Dutch Gooch, at Waynesburg, Sunday, tho SIDING, SHINGLES, wishes of his friends in Wall Lancaster turnpilo road Wednesday, to he made nothing by the business. A the was lodged ia jail I'" The sate will Im alolute and without condiVerandah and Stairwork at city prices. wound. correspondent nt Middlesboro gives him street, by his otter to extend the 4 J per tions Possession for sowing gain will be given await the rcBiilVof bis victim's purchaser, and lull possession on at once is down by saying he cent, bonds after maturity at 2 per cent. Januaryto theiSji. tst. County Attorney J. B. I'axton, who went a kick while he is thut he demand TERMS OK SALE One third cash in hand says that tho was tho instigator of tho recent troubles What the Inover to prosecute the case, remainder in We carry a full stock of everything found in a when sate is made, maturity aud Btop tho stilment at 6 and themonths from two equal salo. tho in which two policemen wero shot and pay the bonds at day f u ball eutered the forehead between Konds with good surety bearing 6 per cent. a man lynched, and was ou tho Bide of Interest altogether. This could easily terest from Jay of sale required of purchaser, in. FIHST-CX.AS- S A eyes and the surgeons have never been consequently the He also says he runs have been doue but for the criminal ex- hen will bo retained on land lor tha purchase, find where it went, Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract able to KOHERT I.. PORTER, re- a gambling saloon and is a most dangertravagance and apacity of the billion-dolla- r money. J, l 31. Kxecutor of Thornton Porter Aug. can not say whether Gooch will they SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford,. Ky, or building. ous character. couj?res8. St. Louis Republic. cover or not. A Kich-nnl'H IMU-UU- in and examine our prices in tirst-clar- s Clothing, Shoes, Gents' Furnishing- Goods, Dry Goods, Notions, Lace Curtains, Ladies' Hats, Gent's Hats, Children's Hats, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Straw Matting, Valises, Trunks, Umbrellas. And are satisfied that they will make you buy. Sai-ii.ii- Nun-nell- y. each customea fine Slocking Chair. buns 820' worth of m ana. get your ana will account your purchases. bought at the highest market prices at Eggs and Feathers is not necessary from us will buy the goods all at time. THE t LOUISVILLE -- e, AM) GABRIEL, Managers. STORE Proprietor. Ren-ne- t;i jam imHtoxiois STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 26-hor- Wnidi-itiKto- home-comin- g .Cr?a THE JAMES LF.FFEL Van-deve- er commo- W. B. IVIcROBERTS, Supplies, - m m biibi-nes- county-attorne- y Complete Line of School Books, School Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. Newest Styles Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Ready Paints and XeaVs Carriage Paints; rUr 0--i- b, Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil verware, Watches, Clogks -- WAK1TI1TC 1 I.ou-isvill- I ! iu-l- n ed ii-- KVfli-lio- n 1 1 I K. & W. H. WEAREN, aatw-factiiYd-lowhlo- 1 Mill-strt-- . ti-.i- e ... Sale of Lincoln Farm 9th, . to-da- y. e coun-trni- an con-t4iu- y Furt-iy- n y e Io BrOBT. PBNZBL, hwmmw, -- A- r.II -- ! ... "'"" vhi-l- j YWAlruMEtf3s.' .. IheWu dBraSSVir V...l Fine k Wiitclies a Specialty. 't. ' -- s -. Stanford Lumbep Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, l l f.U-iflfi- tax-paye- WOVEXT s, WIItE AND SLAT FENCX. LUMBER VARD. J Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT New York Women Soil Yarlits. RAILROAD JOTTINGS. t 1 Hi provisions of by the capital neer. depositors are secured not stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an so An Kuiprehit Driiwn tho I.lur. amount equal to the stock, by athat depos.torsof fund of J4.oco this institution are secured condition of the bank The empress of Germany has become of the Five sworn statements . are nude each year to the United States governbo populnr n godmother that sho has wen and lis assets are examined at Hated tunes br government agents, thus securinc additional been obliged to draw the lino sharply in depositors. and perfect safety tooriginally established as the Iter own defense. Hereafter no littlo This" institution, herr or franlein may have tho distincDeposit Hank of Stanford in 1858. then sled as the National Hank ot Stanford ill 165 and tion of an imperial godmother unless at Bank of main reorganized as the First National uninter-tutitStantord in iSSi. has had practically an supplied least ono of his or her parents enjoys tho year It is better existencoof xi imperial acquaintance. In other cases prompt tiow with tacllitles for transacting business and tho baby must bo content with 100 Iv and liberally than ever before in its long fidumarks nud a roll of linen, while his more honorable career. Accounts of corporations, ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic- - successful brother infant disports himeThe Directory I this Bank is composed ot self in u beautiful cloak bouring tho empress' monogram. Exchange. T. J. Foster, of Stauford; county ; Forestus Reid, Lincoln J, V. Hayden, Stanford ; Dime That Came In Handy. Lincoln; '.... -; tt nauehman,. Two young women of tho Hill began vernon; M.J. Milter, Mt. last winter to save up the dimes nnd odd S. T. Harris, Lincoln; change that camo into their possession, I. S. Hocker. Stanford: each using a baking powder box with u G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; slit cut in tho top for a treasuro casket T. P. Hill.Stanford; W. G. Welch, Stanford. Tho result is that they both havo cash W. V. Tate, Stanford. enough on hand to pay the way for a ed eration of tho young men who prido themselves upon their sailing abilities. -f'J iKU YMAIt,iy VD"'T iVNOK There wns n ladies' regatta of tho HarVWhen not o paid S2.50 w'H te charged." lem Yacht club Saturday, in which tho girls managed tho boats ami toolt the, men along simply as ballast. Tho nice K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. over tho usual club courso from ft returning was Train naves Rowland at 7.0a a. m., buoy off tho cluhbonso nt College Point tt 5:10 p.m. across to tho dike, and then down to u point off Riker's island and return. The L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. i3 about threo miles, but by goP Mail train going North la34Pm distance the courso threo times a very reing over " South..., Express train " South 13a m spectable sail is obtained. - ' ' North 247 aai Seven yachts started tho Truant 6 59 a m Local Freight North 5I3P m wiled by Mrs. O. II. Lang; Sophia, AIWj soutti The latter trains alto can v passengers. May McDonnell; Peerless. Mrs. G. W. The above iscalculated on standard time. Solar Fuller: Coquette Miss Nellie Charde; about so minutes faster time is Christenah, Miss Lucy Mahon: Path finder, Mrs. Fersenhein. and Annie A., Miss Annie Alton. The Sophia is n jib and mainsail tweuty-sevefoot yacht, miles. the Pathfinder. Truant and Annie A. A now issue of $:i,500,000 of consolir.7 aro open cats nnd tbo others nro cabin dated 4 par cent, gold bonds is proposed sloops. Ks "CUiVJ'u! color, by tho Rutland Railroad company, to The wind was very light nt tho start take up the tirst and second mortgage beaut;', f:t:!r22SOy end at 4:10 p. in., nnd against tho tide it was ootids and to provide for new construcJt dally hard to make tho staheboat at tho dyke. tion, equipmeut, etc. The Truant had the best of it and tho and Tho with Sophia was last to crass the lino. Veer opened Chicago otlico Alton company has in Kansas City at a new ing to tho southwest, tho wind blew up "Tho .1 unction, corner of and by tho thno Kilter's island Ninth and Main streets. Tho Delaware, 6tronger, Memphis was neared. tho girls said it was a ppank-in- g road and the Maplo Leaf road will tho ft share breeze. As the yachts wero of dif- the office with tho Alton. ecaip, euros ferent size and rig. threo classes wero Kilburn J. Brown, a sleeping car con a made. Tho Truant, under Mrs. Lang's ond skillful guidance, was an easy winner in ductor between Montreal and Boston, i;ov growth her class, while tho Sophia and Peerless has been arrested for smuggling goods also won honors. Souvenirs wore given in the United States by concealing of hair them in tho pillow boxes of his car. It to tho ladies in tho winning boats. is said that tho frauds havo been very O- finAfter a delightful sail, tho yachts ished tho race in tho cool of tho evening. extensive. Lowell, II. Walters announces his resignation New York Times. as general manager of tho Atlantic Coast Hue. and ho appoints J. R. Keuly his A rortuno in n Cult. n Fivo years ago "White Hat" McCar- successor in that jiosition and T. M. traffic manager, with offices at SURGEOy DENTIST. thy sold nn old inaro called Aurora to nn obscure California thoroughbred Wilmington, N. C. Mr. Walters does Office on Main street, over W. H. McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanfard. breeder for $210. Tho following season this apparent pieco of jugglery as vice position which ho retains. she gavo foal to a big, rawboned colt, president, C. MORGAN, D. D.'S. nnd at tho yearling salo tho einbryotic R. AROUND THE THRONES. race horso was knocked down to C. V. Tnpper for $S3. Dan McCarthy's 210 DENTIST. Louis XVII of Franco never actually was part of tho purchase money for C reigned. Office on Main street, opposite Portraan House, for painless H. Todd, which carried that patriotically up stain. Nitrous Oxide Uas given Empress Eugeulo has taken up tho extracting ugly headgear to victory in sensational STANFORD, KENTUCKY. American Derby and earned $12,000 for children of tho lato Princo Napoleon as its eccentric owner. The bank roll of a part solace for tho grief and loneliness HOUSE, which Aurora's .210 was tho nucleus which fills her life. THE SHELTON grew into :i fortune for Dan, who, with The Princo of Wales is n direct def30,000 of it, has purchased n lot of scendant of King Alfred, being the D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, property on Jeffersou street, in his city. thirty-thir- d grandson of that monarch. - Aurora's ungainly son thickened into Singularly enough, ho is also a 3U dog. s accommodations at reasonable rates. a seemly looking youngster, was named Mason. Open day and night. Sample room and Rood livery Guido, bhowed some quality as The Duko of Edinburgh, its every ono in connection. became a race horso last year, knows, is n violinist of 110 moan merit, and was sold to W. H. H. iiabb for but for all that ho does not disdain to do $5,000. McCarthy got his warranty deed a little on tho banjo occajust in time to rush to Washington park sional) about Situated in a beautiful valley on Dix River, heats east of Stanford, near the county road and M milesfrom Goshen to the Stanford anil Preach, and see Guido win ft race at miloheld n In February, 1ST7, Queon Victoria releading smash a turf record that quiceived from tho empress of Brazil a dross crsvtlle pike, will be open for those seeking a stereotyped place in tho guides for ten woven entirely of spiders' webs, et, ploaant and healthful Summer Resort. guests which years. In 1831 Bouree, a accommodations will be furnished to for fineness and beauty is said to burnaw and, as the Springs have been very recently open-!ninoty pounds up, ran heats at Sheeps-hea- d the terms will be reasonable Among the maDay in 1.42 and 1.11J. Guido'a the most splendid silk. ny ainuemcnt will be dancing, boating, fishing, when performance was immeasurably An engagement has been arranged etc Carnages will meet guests at Rowland with superior, a notified The season ot iSv will open tho young king of Sorvia and Terms for board can be for with 117 pounds tilted upon his back, Grand Picnic June 19. Princess Xenia, tho daughter of the hud by addreiiU2 ho covered tho circuit timo in 1.41 and 3 J. F. COOK, Pror., Staalord. Ky. princo of Montenegro. Tho young lady 1.41. Chicago Herald. is only eleven years of age. It has long been known that tho czar favored such a Co. Her Soul Wasn't "In It." He was a j'oung and zealous minister match. OF STANFORD, KY., William possoses no fewer than fifty-on- e just down nt Manhattan beach on his stars and crosses, including tho inTho tiro of ambition filled his fully organired and ready for business with vacation. Is now soul, and when he met Mudgo Slam-ban- signia of seven Ruaiian orders and one tho "belle of tho beach," ho be- of tho very few stars and ribbons which Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. came deeply interested in her religious exist of tho shortlived Mexican Order of 15,000. Surplus, - - condition at once. After being intro- tho Eagle, which was founded by tho Archduke Maximilian. duced he sat down besido her on the SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL sand, and, taking her hand in his, said If tho little king of Spain be excepted, HANK OK STANFORD, to her in n deeply sympathetic voice, tho emperor of China is tho shortost of closing up) with the same assets and under "My dear Miss Slambang, how is it with male monarclts, standing as ho does only Now tho same management. Ho must, however, By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as thy soul!" Madge Slambang was a fivo feet in height protected as aie depositors m National Brooklyn girl of tho most pronounced in point of 6tature, take second place to fully Banks, its shareholder being held individually and us she looked tho ambitious Queen Victoria, whose height is four liable to the extent ot the amount of their stock tyo. therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the young minister square in the eye site feet .ten inchori. Tho house of amount invested in such shares. It may act a replied, "Do you btippoothat a girl who boasts of tho greatest number of executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, us fully as has to take a bath, play tennis, go driv- men of big stature. an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiuiss to us ing, dress six times a day and dodgo tho while mnaginjj the Lincoln National Hank cl TURF TOPICS. Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and attentions of mosquitoes, dudes and all their business tho other nuisances which abound at trust they will continue to transact prompt attenwith us, offering as a guarantee for King Humbert has 2.000 blooded tion to same, our twenty years experience in watering places has any time left to banking and as liberal accommodation as lire conthink of her soul?" And then who shook horses in his three Htables near I'ina. sistent with sound banking. out the folds of her bathing suit and Italy. plunged into tho waves, leaving the1 Musketeer, tho well known Ron of mitKiTOKs: young and zealous minister to ponder ilusket, died nt Casino, Australia, reJ.J. Williams, Mt. Vernoa; over tho wickedness of human nature in cently, from tin affection of tho throat J.M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsby, Stanford; general and of the summer girl in par-The winner of tho greatest number of S.J. F.mbry, Stauford; ttcular. Brooklyn Eagle. rnces in 1800 was tho bay pacing maro l.jnn, Stanford; J.E. Lady Sheridan, owned in Athol, Mass. A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; OoikI Oouite Story, Till. She has recently reduced her record to J. K.llaughman, HustonilIe; The fog from the Pacific was so thick 2:19 in an eight heat race J F. Cash, Stanford; Thursday that millions of wild geese bo-- 1 William Gooch, "Stanford, Ky. C. H. Nelson is now tho solo owner of came bewildered and lit in DartleV tho famous trotting stallion Nolson, S. II. Shanks, President. meadow, where they were caught by tho 2:10J. Ho recently paid iS.'i.OOO for tho J 11. Owsley, Cashier W.M.Htjgh't, Teller tackful. The fog was eo thick a man's, one quarter interest owned by tho estate hand could not bo been before his face, of tho late.!. U. Wlntton. of Boston. J. H, Uauahman, General but everybody caught largo numbers of There is some talk that the Australian attracted to NATIONAL BANK geese, being tho exhausted them by tho hoi-h- .Marvel may bo sent to England to panting of birds. By evening a cold snap occurred, and the tako a shy at some of tho big handicaps. OF STANFORD, KY next morning the geese wore found in It will bo remembered that Marvel beat vast quantities, tneir feet frozen to the great Carbiuo nt n mile in tho spring. S2OOJOO0 fences, tree3, etc., on which the birds' Tho Fcrt Wnyno pacing maro Strathso, Stock Capital had Bartleand Undo George 16,500 Cox lit. Jeromo they had nine miles of 2:22, is driven without a bit, n strap Surplus ........ around tho head acting as a guido. It estimated t the fact Attention of the public is invited to Stanford, mil lencmg broken down by tho weight is said of her that sho will paco a raco as Bank that this is the only National National in Hank Act. of tho geese. Mount Cloud River Pio- well without a driver as sho will with the 1 n Published Every Tuesday and Fr day about yachting is unworthy tho consid- What tho Harlem girls do not know sleeping enr service General Manager llamsey, of tho big H ThcthtoughMlelngan Central Railroads between AD and fairy Containing Acres, four, is also a director of tho Peoria nud Cincinnati sia TtMo and Ueftoit and theresort mam' of Mackinac and the Noitliorn Lake Eastern. T R. WALTON, Stanlord. resumed for the eoii These cars crmseasv. has been -Tho Wabash road will build a new lease Cincinnati escry atvemnc eiptatSaturday, 6 the Mickmnw at loo'clock. arrislng brick freighthouso, 230 by 55 feet, at For rates, tickets, etc , address any ... It, Hannibal, Mo. S or K O MiCornmk. gcMMl passengerand El. Stevens has been promoted tukct agent, Cincinnati. i George M from general superintendent to general Bucklen's Arnica Salve P. W. GREEN, Proprlotor. manager of tho Chesapeake nud Ohio The ben salsein the world tot cuts, bruisfs, railroad. chapsores, uUers, salt rheum, fmer sore, tetter, all skin erup I h.uc recently taken charge 01 this The Missouri, Kansas ami Texas rail- ped hands, chilblain, coir and uo pay tcqulr piles, or and Hotel and Intend ktepint; it at pieteiit high way reverts from tho hands of tho re- tlons It is positively cure ipse perfect satiUaclier, standard. Special atteHtion gien it the trasollng irurntecd to ed. to ceivers to tho company, in accordance or money reluuded. Price $ tent per box. public. sale by A It. Petinv, Stanford, Ky. with tho recent decision of Judge Brewer . m Sirst-Clas- s of tho supreme court at Leavenworth Tho First BWp. Kan. eat, cant fPerhaps joh ate run iWjwn, . sn'l In connection Also jour Plans are being jwrfected for the ex- sleep, can't think can't do atiNlliiui; to yw. Joa and you winder lut ails tension of tho Pemigewasset railroad should heed the warning, you t talli.c the first Pool and Billiard Parlors. on used a nerse from Woodstock to Bethlehem, N. II. step into nersous prostration. ssill Hud thoexai-- t tonic and Kleclnc Hitters yeu This will shorten tho distance between remeds for restoring: sour nersou ssstetntoits Boston and Mt. Washington sonio forty normal, healthy .ondttlon Suipnsnjfi reult. FOK CASH ONLY. lollow the useol this Nersp Tonic and Altetattse 1 M-STEH- THE O., H. it D. Through Car to Mackinaw. over the C , 3TOB, 3AX.S3I Lot on Main Street in Stanford iiiMTiiim htmi ISVttflWrc a (t5IiEi'Ls.vJi!l HfwAtCAHT 1 1 1 u is 1 s hn r : 11 it 11 ir j CHICAto Rt i.ia- in.i - V 10 PC '(nAl-MP-9 . KOXJS33, n And Al L POINTS And. m Sample Room I'alluisn Vestibule I linnet Sleepers andl'ul'-msthrough 10 HutTet Chair Car on all train Chlcs.-- without change. Go via the M lion and grt the Rest for the le ist Hnrmfoimation sddrs rnoticy. IAS HARKKR.f.. P A.. Chicago n o !.. W ('. CRUSH, II P IF (l AUK A.Loiitssi.e (it)IN(i.. MORTK"WEST, mi; r. "--- in dress Ayer'Q Hair Vigor cleanses humors, stimulates Finding thit can not make a decent Urlst by dmng a credit business, I have decideil to do ail buggy and wagon making of my drugstore. and repauing for cah. and for cash only II y Light piviiiK insh yu can get work done cheaper as A Littlo airl'a Exporlonco In a well asasoid the humiliation of basing tlacMi House. few weeks presenteil Mr and Mr l.oren Trescott are keepers ot the WALTER PIF.LD.S. Lighthoue at Sand Beach, Mich, ami unOo Turner tvilie, Ky blessed with a daunhter 4 vear old. La.t April she was taken dowo with ineaslo, followed with a ilteaJfu! cough and turning into a feser. Doctor in at e and nt Detroit treated her, but a sain: mere she grew worse rnpully until she was King s Then s e tried l)r "handful of bone. and afUrllie ueof two and a half New Dlno Dr, bottles was lompleuly cured. They suy gold Discosery Is worth ite weight in Kins Ne ou a trial bottle free at A R We will deliver ice each morning as firfknvset ou may Penny's drug store. 1 hnrse-shoeiliii-i- our appetite returns, good dtjostion is restored action. and the II er and kidnejs resume Uf tilth) Penny Try a bottle Price 50 cent at A R eir Louiaviltc . NMvitic H. n. h'-n- e- -s ICE, ICE IS-ij- Is the line for )ou, as its I Double Daily Trxiins Mke dole connection at ut - LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points Dr. d. Ayer & Co, Mass. User, Acton a new principle -- regultting the Anew stomach and lowels throngh the speedily cure bilious-nes- , discosery Dr Miles' Pills bad taste, torpid luer, piles, constipation. 'msllcs:, Unequaltd for men. women, children Fifty doses s cents. Samples mildest, surest K. Penny's. free at A Mllea' Norvo and Liver IMlls nres Undcr 50 Pounds H cents, over 50 and under 100 1 cent, over 100 is of a cent. M. F. ELKLN & CO., r TIIKOUOII TICKFTS SOLD. HAr.t.At.B LllltKhn IHRtil For any informition enquire of J A I UPI Mill Agfit Or W.W 1,11 PrNN. Ir.v Pa s Stanford, J.tuti Marf Agent in i Ky. K C ts, Ky. MIFEH liV-sOVJ'ar.C- ? A.S. PRICE, s H0 AltLi Km-erso- 11 When When When When B..by was sick, vro gave her CastorU. ho was a Child, nho crlcil for Castorla. she became Miss, aho clung to Castoria. thctn Castorl. she had Chi! 1ren. she I iM I v fI MX' I Hllti Wit 11 PORTfMN srANFQRD, HOUSE,1 K , miMxm Tweu s 1 1 -- miwMM In r mfl J t ,sl t JWSEPII COFFEY, Pro'r.i his Hold, renovated and rdurnlslied, is nw in mv chartc nd I mteud to enndwt t it u . t J not only maintain its high reputation, but to toils long Hit ol friends. Special accotanKxi It- 1 i j j Makir.g liirest coi.iiv St I p. ns in Cenita t lor l'i,.inj Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 11 .... r.- - . un.rrol tr, the displvy of sample. .!. md 1b moms f.r LSJJ J. xfe. v 22J lietioit, in", M ' lmlinat-l'.- . COOK'S SPHISTGS :, tum-tummi- A First-Clas- s Saloon '"Ot.KOOMS attached. JOSKPIt COT! ip h. Ilasr tfVisA si New Yor.c, H ,tfj sod the West, Ness Eiwand, Canada, n.11 l'i--i ClrttUuH il. C)ili; And MILLIARD and ,;..( - irst-cla- is four-year-ol- d, DR. W. 13. PENNY, Dentist. in oUic. rereoil) OiGc South nd Msm racited by Dr. I. F HuiTwaii, Stanford. K). merclal H.itel I aril pi' i at d t J a i mtnolle ladies as well as gcMix-e- n in anyt'i rg they may wa.'e'l on tVO u a wish in my line Ch.I Solid Trains, b.ttsj.ev ear, tmnltag cars arj jr.ssK THOMPSON, imie. Cvchc, Pulltnati rV.u.loir Sleesier. through wit' H !. InC asitrhni.K via Chatian oys, llirmingham, Mti'd i.n mat. in direct coann tlnn en rouic fur Knca-tnlland pint jn the Ash.vitle, Lrnshl-nr- ir rem'sc my Bar er Shop to the Cora llalum-rt- , Washington, Philadelphia, Quickest time to H.rri4ui4, Frankfort, Ky Richmond, VfKUIN'IA Shori'.t n.' (lkUU llH to ISoston, ll c, strt, UAH'lMLiKIYAHj At Chn.iioosia foe AsinU, Cnlumhus, j K. I.. K. COOK, PHYSICIAN AND y al A . . Jv-luU'I'iJ- llriir.wi' X Farmers Bank&Trast SURGEON,; , , STANFORD. KY. nm..n . U, l(,S.ri' Oruir Stlte Reidf"i c at She Jnni ton ot tin James II Owens' pro.-ertietW.ni lonsillcaiKl Dansille pike g, fPUl? xxxm ill-fat- P. n. RILEY. Proprietor. I31T.1?.V itiojux MfilTSF, i - v - '-- i London, I ; Kentucky. FRANK RILEY. ner.i ly line ranuinc solid train with choi', lYaiMr or Palnc alanpmg Car lo Jak-,villPi lli-r wiifextt cb.i 'o' ans- - l1..s of baggsce Sclma nnd MoiitKMiity, llunl.ville, !eitur, Hi me Memphis atsst A Ills ANtAh M Mo d .usckol to Annislon Srlma, Sboito.t made 'le Duel ceH. lions transferatforNKW OR. KAN'S witU-ii- t omnibus (sivcsUo Houston, Auviiii. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CAUF0RHIA. The nly through line t' J k.n anil kstiurg, Mim. , Shieveport 1 a., iiiak'.ite direct ' mit lions without omnibus transfer lur Dali.t I r tVrih, Austin San A q tonus, 1.1 Paso and .'innin 1 pa.scn-Kerso1 1 D liiitlt.i'i, Cil) hataa.ville Snr.nt, Aocua. M.tM, and I k. Lake 1 Uil.i.in,-tn-, ,i :' poll t l.ultl E. II. FAIUZEK, presxtrdthanvrto accommodate the public hood Livery attaeW andesery convenience t sired, 77 have moved to my new Hotel and am Sjttei Gise we a call. TEXAS, ARrZONA.MEXICu.CALIFORMA. l'orihrough rates lorr.ct county my and ml oraddre.s D. Mil TOffSORJAL ."ARTIST, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Ilsrher Shop nn Main street, opHa a posite I'.irttu.m Home. nd invites.i share of your Prompt attention r. ciiKkIc calls and pstronage penal attention to Udies, and hildrer Worlr done in the latest strle with neatness and (lis patch SS.flm first-clas- inforus.iiou .11 'lialfK Maiiir . l.r.R. on Anitat lum lion Cur, Ky h RAN h. W WOlll.I FY. Trav Pass Art , Lexington, Kv D O s Linclknati. O EDWARDS, (., P .V T A., Hoheu-zoller- n DR. JOHN M. CllAIG, Homooputhic Physician, STANFORD, Otfice Hours. -t- iCenteoky Central R.R. jiiatrii: KENTUCKY itoiT,n:." ut o to is a. m.; t to p m ; S to Urine on Lancaster ti TASES TO S tax-pay- -r '' treit,oppo.itecouit-hos- OLD ICY. BOOTS Newport ! T. ASSES OF I ! Y l.S-.- Nes A Vcstiliult'tl Solid pi Trams to Valley Co , "E. I). Tho Shortost find Qulckout Ro"to from Central IContucky to all polntts North HftHt, West nnd Sottth-WoFm LlnobQtwtnui Luxlnc-toand Cincinn Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Nov THROUGH TRAIN CINCINNATI TO MID I)l.hHOKOUCSH and JEI.I.IC, SCHEDULE South-Houn- nati. Ncwlnnd, Samuel W. LINCOl N COfN-Ti I am prepared totollect you taxes for I hate srh.H,l tax to collect lor u districts. l Come prepared to paj " a "e ,,lm' to settle villi try to be first thai every u. Kithard M with n.e or one of my deputies York, I IN KFFKCT MAY io,i8gt vJ Jrtm , ESJ1FEEf Sheriff of Lin.olnC. A "WAHITXlTa. Persons are hereby forbidden to fih in my lake, miles We.t of Vaynesburi, under the penalties prescribed for "jSVhMeWIIORTKR, a Book-Keepe- FIRST .,m "J ?!!".!!le,JiL "lime and brick. will deliver lime at as Cents a Bushel In Lancaster, Stanford and the neighborhood. I will also load on car at Crab Orchard, IlricV at 75 cents a hundred. Cue me a chance. FRED KRUEGER, Crab Orchard. (6m I one. Green B. Morris, in a recent talk about jockoys, placed tho leading riders of tho country us follows: McLaughlin, Taral, Georgo Covingtou, Hamilton, Isaac Muqihy, Garrison, He said that tho tirst threo wero tho greatest in his opinion. ODDS AND ENDS. Dealer in Foreign it Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS, Senn & Ackermati's and Milwaukee bottled beer, 3M East Jefferson street bet. Hoyd and Steam bottled Preston, LOUISVILLE, KY beer, warranted to keep six months. My goods House saloon and will be found at the Port man l66tr' at Ferrill llros'., Rowland Two deaf mute sisters in Toxin edit a paper called Tho Sunny Clime. The finger nails grow between ono nnd a half and two Inches in length yearly. Tho big clock in the tower of Philadelphia's now city hall is to bo wound by a steam engine. St Louis, was named in honor of Louis XV of France. Tho name originally applied to a depot established at this point Feb. 15. 1704. by Pierre La-cle- For Salo f6 I Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits o Rowland. H.;j. DARST, Rowland. Bastixx's Sa-- w Mill. him-ber- J. OFFICERS: S. Hotker, President; jolaj. McRoberts, Cashier: A. A.McKiune), AsstsUnt Cashier, I have Berlin's Society for the Homeless last set pike, 7 miles from Stanford unrl am nrnirrH SHINGLES. to furnish any kind or LUMI1ER, sell tha four weeks' vacation trip, without draw- year provided shelter for 100,000 men Ac, at LOWEST PRICKS. 1 will or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give and 15,000 women. In the eleven years the mill ing on the family reserves. Young man, me a trial. Postoffice, MAYWOOD, KY. i that is just the way your soda and cigar of its existence it has furnished lodgings, I will deliver sawea cnesmui J or Rowland .tJ,a,per.M.ABBAsTm money counts up. Springfield (Mats.) food aud medical care to 2,200,000 persons. Homestead. I Siqueet finished my new Saw Mill on the Somer-- iiim -- jwu-for- d 1 s Es Sun. Dally. S.ln 18. ilqi. Lv Cincinnati . . 8 10 a nn 8 m p in 3 i P m Lv Covington.... 8 18 a in, 8 ot p in 3 06 p m JOliMt Jlouiul. s m u in p ml 4 3 P ta 4 Lve Falmouth... . Fast Mail leave l.osUjjton dailv at 71c am, Arr Paris 11 IS am 10 ) p ml P m Winchesters J. Mt. SlerlinK a.si, Olive lllHiu 40 Arr Lexington . i 10 p 11 p in P m Ashlaml ii l pnt, Cntlettsiturg i l, arriving at (' i ' rn 11 aj a sa I.ve Paris Huntingtou u.jo pin n 5 Air WinesterM la 10 p m l.u.illod Espress loaves Iixirigton daily at 15 7 5$ p . pm, Wincluster 7 00, Mt Sterling 7 30, Olive Hill Air Richmond.... 4 35 p m'...M .. .. nt Aslilainl 10 yo Cailcttsburg n4j, airivln al Arr Lancaster.... S 4S lp m ao Arr Stanfard luii tint; toe. at 11 07 pen Accojjmodation, daily, esceut Sunday, luttve . Lve Richmond ... 3$ p in Lexington at s ts pm, Win lwtrrio, Mt. iir-hni- ; Arr l.lvington.... 3 ij p m Lve Middfeshoro 7 33 p m ;;;:;;i;;:;;;;;. S, arriving at Olive Hill at 10 pm 7 Accommodation, dull) Sunday, leaves Lexington at 11 10am, Winchester u so'pm, Mt. No. a. No. 4, No. 6 Sterling 05 pin Daily leave Olive 1 fill 645 am' Ashland 8 45 am, CatletthuiK yoj, arrives Hunt ., Lve Middlesboro 6 jS a m Ington 9 as am. J a L.ve Livingston... 11 15 a in M AVVHt Ilriuutl. Arr Richmond 1246 am Z7 a Fast Mail leives Hiiiitlrii-to- n dully at 600 am, jj m 7 00 a m Cailcttsburg 6 15, Ashland 6 37, Olive Hill 8 ao. Mt Lve Stanford ''.-Sterling 107, incliester 11 05 and arrives Lux-In- Lve Lancaster . 7 30 a m Arr Richmond. ... 10 15 a m at 11 05 pm Limited I. xpreis leaves Hiiniingtun daily at 170 Lve Richmond.... 1a 46 p in 6 05 am I 40 p in pm, Callellsburg 1 19, Ashland 50, Olive Hill Arr Winchester.. 6 55 a in Arr Paris ? 33 p m 7 43 am 3 01, Mt. Meiling 4 32, Winchester 4 58 and arrives at l.cxingtrii at 5 30 pm Lve Lexington . a 00 p in 7 00 a in 3 4 p m Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leaves Lve 45 p m 7 53 a m 4 15 p m Olive Hill 4 am. Mt. Stcrlinir 6 15. Winchester Uvt Paris ralinoiiili.... 4 10 p 9 aj a m 5 30 p m 7 is and arrises at Leiingtuu at 8 05 am. Arr Covington. ... 5 40 p in 10 49 a in 0 37 p m Acconncxiatlon daily leaves Huntington at 6 3 Arr Cincinnati .. 5 30 p in 10 55 am 6 45 p in pin, Cailettsburg 657, Ashland 7 10 and arrives at Olive Hill S 55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt On theMaysville llranch, No 10, leaves Patil at Sterling at ao pm, Winchester JS and arrives a 7.JJ, am and No. la, at 613, p m, arriving at Lexington at a 4$ pm Maysvilleat loio. a m, and 8 30. p m. No. o 3 ao Limited Ycstibuled Express runs daily mid Las leaves Maysville atleaves a m, arriving at Pans at No. Maysville at 150 and Pullman Vestibuled lluffet Sleepvrsbctween Lou- 7 40, a in. Paris 11 at 4 10, p in. These trams ai. arrives at isville. Lexington. Washington. New York and is made part of the niuy except unuay. Old Point Comfort. This train N'o 1, dally to all points except Rowland DIvls. celebrated Ion which is daily excent Sundav. No. runs dally from Lexingion to Cincinnati, No, a runs daily Huntington on tlie C. V O, Route. Kat of M.,1 No. 3 runs daily from all stations except the Cl n .1 .. I. ; a... l .HMIt 'I'...... ..n atttitf uirrunt sjunsaslV svsw(i t latlllS uii .. f .v.n,iW,n nt. it Itlintlfitflnri. Mai rl ,, Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday. 'sMV No. 3 daily except Sunday No 4 dally betvn Cincinnati and Lexington No. 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dai-lLeaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Pans . L. S. and C . N. u. .v r. f. Kallroadi. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, 10:43 a 1.1 No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinexcept Sunday. Connects at Winchester to -and nati 5'iopm. Arrives Falmouth 7 03 p m dally from K. C points and at Lexingtor. with L. A- N. except Sunday, K. K. for I.oulsvuie. No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 600a m. Arrives CinLexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodation runs dally except Sunday, and makes direct con- cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. No. a aud (make connections at Winchester for nection at Winchester lo nnd from Mlddleslior-nug- h R'y, E. D. ami Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. points on the N. N. A- M. N'o. 2 carries through cars from Cincinnatito Rjr. for Louisville. For full Information in rccard to rates, routes, Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all In Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines termedlate stations and runs daily. W. L MUNSON. Trav. Pass. Agt., ClncinnaU. S. R KNOTT, C. P. ATMORE, riL E. HUNTINGTON, C. L. UROWN, Tralhc Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. u. if. a., V. P. and u. ., General orfice, Louisville, Kv i.cxingion. rxy. S. F. n. MORSE, Oen'I Pass'g'r Agt., G.W.I1ARNEY, W.S. HARRISON, G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Aihbad. Ky Office Chamber ot Commerce lluilding.Cincinnat' All point East and Southeast. Only ouc night out Irons CorrsKtcd Time Card in hflvil Ma) exington, N. I. No. j N'o 1 J 1 1 c4 North-Houn- d, 1 ai o gt . j il 1 111 1 1 F. F. V. 1 k 4 m t m ' 1 t '"., ,