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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891081801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $' '- - pR (lll " Semi VOL. XIX. CRAB ORCHARD. 1 EEKLY INTERIOR STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 18. 1891. BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Journal. NO. 48 O T ' Mr. Thomas M. Hopper, who came Tho Knox County liir Association J. Ollenhuimer bought tills week of . , , , ........... .tl,,,,..l l,xr ,ar ,. ,!.. , .1 ,lor"J kr AV. l Tutem ii good buwy ,ull,u ' Vi :, Institute, was not Builbr-- d to (lrs I8 "" ,"" VTMfV" T. ........... v. J. M. HUBBARD, A. K., President. " """Mr iUlll HUIJiHWI CllflPa I1I1U SI 25. Blow length wearily along nud Jlxxlo out HMH l..A.M.w.M tainly baen well wtvertised and large brouuht along his nunt and cousin, Mis iwopln here go to tlio frome ingloriously, likunll Instd.ijs usually do. xst, 1891. Emma L. Harnett, was married to his regularly every day who were nov-o- r Hut by u a. m. every toucher was in place, crowns are expeeieu nere eacn uav. Mrs. CIium. II. Ikiker, of Louisville, cousin Inst Sunday. posknown to got us much mall ns a Full eorp ot Conservatory and N'orn i! Schtol tea' hers. Siiper.or cour-ami, alter music nml divine invocation, in Literature, Music and The teachers institute commenced is visiting at her father's, Capt. Win. Mctlcpnrtnirm. Catalogue nd Art. hxcpllent tal card. furnuhrd n application. tlio btibject of "Theory ami Practice" Donald, of this place. Judge Tinsley here yesterday Monday) and our streets Look out for tho Hue faco nml llax wan announced. It was introduced by left for Harlan Sunday, where common will he tilled with the lovely young . of Jordan l'eter Chandler Mf , T )B t who ,00,. R 1(,niUt pchools-ma'mand egotistical in tho Ixuinvillu Tim. this week. Uaxo, , ,,10 ,liwi,Mio of rt.aiji.,g, wntingi.ni I pleas court opened Monday. Mrs. T. J. KilleuiH niitl daughter, Miss Ktta, of The teachers institute here is usu-- 1 thou upon tlium aim conquer h ue no gtammnr ttie first and beeond days, but worthy to nit like Mordccai, nt tho door whoso name was unintentionally omitted ltoost, were visiting friends here Thurs- ally ns much of a pleasure in many ways day ami Fiidny of last week. W. F. as it is instructive iu others. Senator B. BLAKE3IAN, of legislation. from Friday's ropurt. He made a btroug College building be twut! practical and impressive talk of 15 min- Co6tellow, of this place, has gone South Petermau will conduct it. Will the A "tacky" party was given to the for school purposes this year, now that utes duration, iu the coutsu of which he for a business trip of some weeke. exceptionally The record of the Sutifonl Male Aca lemv for work, has been in the Mrs. K. 15oyd Toggle, tho pleasant young folks Saturday night by Mr. and ,"!, and we would assure its aul tiinds that mi pains will be spare! to nuintaiu iti formtr it belongs to a private individual. The said tiiat the teacher needed willpower; hi ih standirit Mm. .Initios H , jiiiii iib tli.J-it- ijtiij'iauwic ..,(!. t bin .... ..........j , 1 he course of stailv will include all bran, town itself should have purchased It that he should lie ahiu to organise and nud estimable old lady who has been nrceiry to prepare for the Freshman class in Col seeking a first class Enzitsh ed as a conduct his bchool ncccording to system ; making her home witli the family of residence on tho hill, and is said by, the lege and at the Mit.p time will be arrir.ued to t the want of thosespecial course In nml dedicated it to this community , ucation. For tliow wiiw tnav df sire to ii( thsmsflvei for uuslneu, a I'lthmttie and Col. John Dishman, of this city, for sevvuiin uiit-- w 110 were present IO nave book Veepine will be market! out institution, for and that he perpetual educational endeavor to develop d Ti,efai1 will open TUESDAY, SEPT 1ST, and it Is especially deunble that all pupils be been the lllOSt eiljovable social they which,nnd for nothing else, it was orig- the hitfh and noble instinct ol the soul, eral yenis past, left last Thursday night . for Kansas, where she will reside in the for a long time. attended A prize TKKMS: inally intended. and not the animal and muscular promonths, pajuMe nuarterly in adiancc, with reasonable deduction for protracted sickness.) At n meeting of the trustees of tho pensities. .Mrs. J. K.ciovcr, Mr. Ilrough, future with her daughter. Mrs. Tuggle each was presented the "tackiest" voung (for five Department .Srj.so l'riday 1W. Pulliam, Prof. Nllee, V. K. Cress, and her bister, Mrs. Col. John Dibhman, lady and gentleman present, nud which 1'rimarv Ttltrmetlistp l"linarlraint Crab Orchard public school ii.tn ai.3o day, Miss Salliu Uroen was preferred Mrs. Alice Philips and others followed aro cousins of the late Gen. David H. were received by Mr. John Moran and cijssic- -l Department ineMerttt ee over Miss Leah Sieger to assist Prof. Mr. Cole, each suggesting something new Atchison, of Missouri, who bore the Miss Kittle Jackson. Mr. Charley Fan's has just returned for tho fall term, which began yes- for the betterment of the internal work- - singular distinction of having been presRICHMOND. KY. Three terday. Mrs. L. T. Colo will have charpe lup of tht, 8ohoo, 8yaU.,U( Among these ident of the United States for one day. from the West. Mr. C. W. Jones is in j& ENTRAL Departments UNIVERSITY leges Fourteen Suientific, ColDarbourville will have more students from n trip to .Mississippi. Miss Lucy sL Comof Study, Clascal, of the Adams' district, and Miss Mollie Bl,KKUbtj0U8 Were attendance the first MSKCI l. AMI L.KTTERS UOUKSES. l . to. nt lintisn. An A rt it nwny from homo at echool next year illllia inm uii cAiciiiiLu 111111 A nuns " Chapel Juyf l)rnVt.r aml Ullje lsXt.rt.jWJ8i Wrtvren will conduct tho Wall's men, each Fuii Faculty of aliloandecpenened the State, in a specialist in his department, the heart of the than any other town iu Eastern Ken- to KlchmOlld. Master Walker Province Richmond, the jeographical t region, 000 feel 8i hool instead ol .Miss Jennie KenoiuH0 inno to itrrnngo clasps properly, no- above the a, ttee frum malaria, a few hm r. by r. il frjrn Louisville, Cincinnati, Knoxille and Chat ..),,,. tucky. Hobert K. Uurnside, James Steele ;. ISCOmnieSUtlg. tia re- - jtanooea. Refined and hosiutaolc cj unun1tynndst11dentsljndl101r.es in the liest families andMemo- air. U. O. v reported last week. as ipiiuntniiec with pupil's disposition and and George Herndou are going to attend covered surHcient to be allowed to eat n guests at Crab Or- co operation of parents. Sndiincolast.,...n4..ir.n There about t..te,, T,,rorie, and a medical college, probably nt St. Louis, little, but not near as much ns he wants. New Gymnasium M re than j. t,10,00 added to the endowment last year. chard Springs and tho number is being Prof. i'ulliain's talk on literature, e benefit of worthr, pjoryoun? man. ElPfhty-tW1" sch&larsliips alker It.n.,... :IS another one of tllO0 to 54gl,r Union bwd. sersant attention Expensed i..oderate-S- 7-Wednesday. daily augmented. llumity, gallantry and which all had been anxiously awaiting .Mo., while Kd. Hudson and Frank Walr opens , t,t L, H, B LAN TON, D. D. Chancellor. intellect were never better teprcsented ; for two days, follow ed and was replete ton will return to Centre College, Dan- nfllicted with typhoid fever on the road Noxt Session to roTcata.ogucappiy nud tho remaining two weeks of August with excellent ideas eloquently and forci- ville. James M. Hays will go back to to recovery. Mr. K. K. Wilson is spend- few days nt Crab Orchard Springs promises to be one continued succession bly expressed. He said we must estab- the State College nt Lexington, where intra ho finishes this next Year. Flem. D. with his sisters. Editor A. R. Dyche is of intoxicating gayeties. Indeed when lish llbiaties in our schools; encourage getting along well under the circumCrab Orchard springs, graced by the ur- readings; lecture on the classics, nud, by Sampson ill eutor the Naval Academy I umbel- at Annapolis, Md , in September. Judge stances. banity of Dave lidinistor an hints and examples, encourage in the The enso of Andy Kd wards ngainst DANVILLE, KY. hshed by the magic pencil of Willis, IU, a tllate for K0( iuuruturei Messrs, T. J. Wyait and Will sawyers aru thinka crowd, other resorts may utlvll, ail)l mnu nowise miked on this ing of entering the University of Vir- the school trustees in his district (over fails to have 9, which the recent shooting scrape ocns well well have their "nds" taken out theme, the former making u 10 minutes' ginia for law course, while Chus. A. anlClassuat Wi'e the course of instruction it especialWith a lull coursuof Tinsley, Jes-- W. Tuggle and Lewis D. curred between him and Doubty) came ly adapted to prepare study, both Enjlitt- Fre-Clasi, it - it.ter, Kd at the sine time to furnish a and dumped into pi. yountf n en for tt.e address iu behalf the modern family oll'Siturday before Supt. Weaver, and liberal English education to any who Nure It nil contiev.t.on with tne Academy In Mr. Dan McClure, who li toon vis lu,n,Ml(,r MOl forgetting his literary Sauipbon will ei.ter the law department of the Northern Indiana Normal College, it was decided by him that the trustees itlng relatives In this Motion for tho pint ' & Ifathur, tho Intbiiiou .Iolminal. returned Saturday to his home, i.rof9. McClury niul Colo Huislieil the of Valparaiso, Ind., for a full course. had no right to exclude Kd wards' chil month, dren without llrst laying the case before Has been established in fie homt aii tin kr the persrnat control of the Pr.iulpal. Regular study nt Hockdnle, Ind., accomj.anied by his, ,,Il);rammu u, a sensible talk, each on Dr. G. II. Allright goes back to the Unin assistants and l supervision ol the and government of a versity of Louisville, Medical Depart- the county fcchool superintendent. Mr. hours under tie are crir bineJ wiih he lien educational Chnstian home pretty nieces, .Misses l.uia .ucuiuru ami tietmio8 0f trustees, which ought to tuition, etc., address particulars in to Fur turther Maggie Cochran. Mr. ami Mrs. John have been trumpeted into tho ears of ment. Of the girls there is Miss Ella Ivlwards has been chairman of his Tinsley, who will return to the Conser- school district, paid more taxes to build JAMES B. WALTON. Principal, Danville, Ky. Magee nud children nre down from every gentleman in this county culling than any other man in Magee's mother himself such. After which a few min- vatory of Music, Cincinnati. Miss An- the the guests of Mr. it, his daughter has taught iu tho white on Kim Street. W. K. Abraham iB utes were devoted to miscellaneous busi- nie Dishman goes back to the College at S pjen i 8 Nl, v Stanford, where she finishes this year. schools in tho county, his wife i3 u white ft buying wheat here for the Knoxvillo ness. e7a "t&si 2, MiM May Coateiiow will enter Daugh- woman and he has always' paused for a bush-el- . market. He is wying SO cants pr Mr. John A. Ghappell, president of The colored blood that ters' College, Harrodsburg. Lillie Clarke white man. s LAiNCASTEK, KY. Misjtes Lizzie Dubon, Annie the Teachers' Association, here aiose (lows through his veins is veiy far reof Perry- - and insisted on every teacher becoming will return to Loretto, nnd .Mabel Burn-sidand Mary Prather, a .trio ttSSKSSION OPENS SEPT. 8. Boarding department for ladies will probaoiy go to Lancaster. Thus moved, but that some of his ancestors vihe beauties, aru spen.iing tno week a nieiu,er 0 the organization. Prof, Inst tiction for both ladies and gentlemen. Eleven Specialists. if the mountains do now bear tho name were such is undoubtedly true. He has only. , with Miss Mary Kohinson. Misses Mag-- Slnlth a0comied his remarks, and dilated Five Diploma Courses ClasMcnl, Scientific, English, Commercial of being uucdticated thty are stepping always been a quiet, prosperous and gie Hardest- and Nance Harris, of on tho advantage to be derived from Piano. Vocal and Violin Culture, directed by Prof. .Raand Musical citizen. r.ifct.-- .,... .., urn vimtiiii.' .MrH. .1.- II. Mentions, ailL'll llllTUIUUIBlllll, Ulll ...1....1. .1,.. ...n.- iu tho right direction to come out of it , .,..i ....i....i.... .(... n. iiivti niu iij.- soon. phael Kotster, Horn the Rnjal Conservatory, Berlin, Germany, with "What has become of your versatllo jorUy of the lcne,ers had their names CHURCH AFFAIRS. eight j etirt' experience as a director. Terms as reasonable as any ( nib Orchard scribe? Wumiss his ex- .,,,, sidout then appointed Resolutions of Respect. v. lucubrntious.,,-Hustouv- ille r Cor. ... t. .. l ti t i' ij. l... school of like character. For catalogue or other information, address cellent ... iiiv: the providence of God Whereas rroi. i. i.ee iavis, !.. . r. .uewnry Kov. Wilson in (jooch, a member of Hus- has iiui. i. thouriaiu, Bridgeiuubiuiuu, H.U u.ll Hv.,1.. .lenr Doe:. hut aiiu.0 .... ...w, Kv- High bought Camp J. C. CORDON. B. S. Pros.. S. the Lies of July, when the lambent glow and Misses Cettio Thurmond and Alice G.ounds of 10 acres for 54,500. Stuart ,ts ..con muiee louis.guateaume ton villi! Lodge, Xo. IS I, F. & A. M. Ims of n pair 0! bright eyes ...ado his l)mi Hev. C. A. Kanouse, pastor ',of the ,ur d P Association to hold Us been le moved from this life to tho life SHELBYVILLE. Knglisa and Class-- 1 reel and his heart urow volcanic, he has First Presbyterian church nt Prince tou, School for Girls. Annual IMi, beyond tho grave, from his family, his opens weanesuay, sept. Uth, 1801.1 almost lost silit of earth and earthly tirst monthly meeting and to arrange a session friends nnd his church; thtrton rcsolt&l, died of typhoid fever Sunday. Prepares for Wellesley. W. T. POYNTER. programme therefor. I thtngH, (including news Items,) nnd -- Kider W. L. Williams is holdiug a 1st. That in the life of our deceased Tho committee on resolutions, com learned to ttx his unruptured gar.e on meeting at Goshen this week with serW. . Cres, Miss Kate brother we recouuo a character richly those angelic rogious, where lovelinebs posed of Mr. ludtst Cfllc(;e In the than i,003alumm. adorned by manly virtues nnd every vices at 10:.'I0 a. M. and 7:o0 i. M. sw: Hoglo and MitvS Helen Thurmond, ap- Christian grace, n character beyond tho i rves lead nj to djriH.-Cla sual, Scientific anil fadeth not away. Ho will however, now Uov. II. T. Daniel has resigned the hie.. Il . F ' K ns just crrcteij Complete Uxmnasium. Location two nt ul tic. reach of reproach ami untarnished by pastoral charge of the Bjptist church, I'li'thft '. , i u j, 'i, Xeu t.s i i ems bept o, tSot. (i catal rui or further infcrmation that the "spell" is temporarily broken, peared nnd reported the following; W. C. YOLNG. V D.PanuIle Ky. a t'r any suspicion of evil. Jletulrol, 1st. That wo commend the conlintuu to write; and, if from his on account of ill health, and will accept 'nd. As Masons it is with learning and admirable manage- pleasure wo bestow upon hisunfeigned a position as financial secretary of Wilperch amid tho blue hills of Lynn wood, ability, memory ho can got but a gliinpo of events pass- ment displayed by I'rof. S. J. Pulliam in tho nllection of fraternal hearts, and in liamsburg Institute. Paris News. ing in Crab Orchard his knotty little conducting tho Institute, which has been sorrow for so great a loss, unite in beThe meeting ?which has been in stowing upon Ids memory our last tribpencil will record them for you nnd his one of the most successful iu the educa- ute of fraternal regard. progress at tho Christian church for two other friends. Ala Tennyson, the cres- tional history of the country. ltd. In remembrance of tho pure life weeks, was to have closed last night. !!. That wo feelingly appreciate tho of the deceased the members of this cent promise of his reporiorial spirit The visible results are -' additions to able, competent and impartial couifo lodge will wearthe usual badgeof mourn- the church and an increased devoliru hath not set, at least not yet ing for :?0 days. Mrs. Tolbert Martin, of May wood. pursued by Prof. W. F. McClary in the among tlio membership. Rev. Mark of FOR FEVER, BiUflUSKSSS, 4th. That a discharge of his otlicial duties in connec- shall be spreadcopy the these resolutions Collis has labored earnestly nnd successand her two children, aro visiting nt on minutes, a copy HEADACHE MM ALL Mrs. Sue Holmes'. Miss Nannie Steph- tion with the Institute; and that wo are sent to the family of ourdeceased broth- fully and he returns to his homo, with enson, a stylish blonde of Richmond, is grateful for his courtesies and kindness- er and a copy furnished the Intekioii the plaudit from God and man, "Well DISORDERS. Jocrnal for publication here mingling with relatives. Mrs. J. es shown to one and all. m done thou good nnd faithful L. U. An vms, SALE By All 0Rucc.lsys F0R II. That the especial thanks of the InII. Hutching! has ruturned from a W. L. Williams, rCom'tee. PREPARED8Y BIRDSON-TAYLTho Kng Mft Tnu Ijii'OitTANCKjoi-'idi.CEi'week's stay in Danville. Mis3 Jennio stitute be tendered Prof, nnd Mrs. HubJ. M. Cook, lish Lancet lias again been J laying great 15 of her friend, Miss bard for the use of the College chapel, Hustonville, Ann. Pherigo is the guest stress on tlio Importance of sleep to those Grade Tudor. Mr. Med ill nnd her cap- and for the courtesies and conveniences Tlie prcnideiit ol the United States re- who would live a long; and useful life. tivating daughter, Miss Lillie, have re- shown tho teachers while in session rWli"717HMnniMifi1'TiWTffilW ceives $o0,000 per year ns salary. Ho is Seven to nine hour3, according to turned to Loulsvilte, after a two weeks' there. L That Prof. W. F. Niles, .Mrs. Allen, allowed SJO.Ool as salaries for his clerks and constitution is the modipleaeaut visit at W. P. Tntem's. Mrs. Private cum that ought to be taken, ami the subordinates, as follows: A unit: Clover, of tho West Knd, is at Prof. Ooodknight, Hon. F. F. Hohbitt, and Singleton's. Hev. Hen Helm and Misses Kubauksnnd Secretary $3,20; Assistant 1'rivatoSecre- - greater the regularity of tlio hours of her mother's, Mrs. Martha stenographer, $l,S00: live slumber, the better its effects are. The By tho way her baby, which is tho very Philips, who furnished delightful music, tnrv ' be voted the thanks of tho Institute for messengers, $1,200 each; steward, $1,800; public is urged not, to unduly prolong image of its haudsomo mother, is one of each ; four other tho day, for man, in common with most tho pretties cherubs that wo have ever contributing to tho interest and gusto of two doorkeepers, $1,200 clerks nnd n telegraph operator at good of the animal creation, has accepted the the exercises. seen, and would wo are certain take tho 5. That the Institute acknowledge its salaries; two ushers, $1,200 and ?1,400; plain suggestion of nature that the apchromo nt any baby fair iu tho laud. have gone to appreciation of the vuluablo services ren- night usher $1,200; watchman, $1)00, and proach of night should imply a cessation Mr. and Mrs. Jno Uingaman g at Mr. Bingainau's ances- dered by our eillcient secretary, Mr. H. a few other clerks. There is allowed for of eflort. If he ignores this principle for incidental expenses $S,000. For repairs his work is done against inherited habit, tral homo on tlio banks of Cedar Creek. Leo Davis. (S. That tho thanks of the Institute, on tho White House nud refurnishing and, so far, with additional fatigue. The Mr. Jim Miller is in town. Mr. anil .Mis. ' Cm t o rl a Is so well adapted to children that N Ctnrla cures Colic, Constipation. Kmirstninat.'h. DUrrhfL'n. Krucuttlou. practice of working'iby artificial light is Dr. Cottorel, of Knoxville, Tenn., lire individually and collectively be tendered same, and for fuel, gns, I recommend itoa superior to any prescription lOiM, KUls Wornu, gle3 eloep, and strongly depiecated,, and tho Lancet known to me.' II. A. AitcitEn. M. D.. rortlcn. tho guests of Misses Mary nud Kato Cur- Kditor W. P. Walton, of the Ixtcmou stables, etc.. $10,000. 1 shows that the old custom of early waklit So. Oxford St,. BrooLlyn. N. Y, 1 WitHout Injurious medication. tis. Tho doctor is a prominent dentist Jouhnwi,, for the interest manifested in The meanest man on record lives in ing is certain to prove in future, as reTub Crcrricn Compist, 77 Murray Street, K. Y iu tho Kast Tenneeseo metropolis. Mrs. tho teachers and their work, and for his Uuion county. He sold his sou f turns of lougevity and common experiprinting full reports of tho T. Currey, Miss Mamie Currey nnd tho kindness in of a cow nnd then lefused to divide tho ence have shown that it has proved iu Misses Martin, of Lancaster, were tho meeting. milk, maintaining that he Bold only tho the past, most conducive to healthy and 7. That these resolutions bo made n guests of Mrs. W. A. Carson several was also refront half. Tho days this week. Dr. Jim Hlack, of Mad- part of the printed minutes, nnd bo pub- quired to provide tho feed tho cow con- active life. m I A boat, ison county, joined Iub wife hero Satur- lished in the columns of the Intkiuok sumed, and compelled to carry water to ETlD CMLi T?"KKN'T- - Anece"ent Farfii i Inproved, io acres on iJfV l J li A man, day, who is spending tho summer with Jouunal. SIllLKK K UWSIEV p.Ke. 3 miles tront depot her three times a day. Recently tho A girl. reading nnd adoption of After tho her mother, Mrs. J. S. Fish. Mrs. Mol- A ttuall. cow hooked tho old man nnd now ho is Notice is herchy gien to whom it ma v concern trat I u ill prosecute all persons Kiillty of nunitne. lio Scott nnd her ingenious little sou, these resolutions, nnd a fuw words of suing his w for damages. No boat, hjihij; uuwn irnces or in any ctt.er manrKrrcss- .. Johuuie, tho inventor of tho "While grateful acknowledgement from Profs patsinz on lay farm. No man, InlMtlllnn linntit frnttl tliu ni.Attim t. Aug. MltS. EMMA J. HALI.AKD. Ne cti I, ilouso Game, came over from Lexiug-Frida- y McClary and Pulliam by way of parting, frab Orchard. Ky of KENTUCKY. That's .VI are tho guests of Mrs. Judge tho Iufititute, nt 11:30 a. si., adjourned services) Thero used to bo a hiw in and H. L. D. prohibiting kissi:.,; on s Now England 25 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. W. O. Hansford. Mra. Will Severance, sine die. A wnilc, Sunday. Adilalc, who ban for some time been alllicted Au'rt'uUural, Scientific, Ettyl-neennCaller Your train ran luto my wagon Maude (coolly) Well, it isn't in force Where sids water plays. with cancer of tho heart, is lying danClassical, gerously ill at her homo on tho Stauford at the crossing, killed my two horses, now, is it ? School, Academic, Commercial A fill1, wife and Btnashed the wagon, killed my (And the moon went behind n cloud i Cures cuts, piko. A i pell, anil Military Courses of Study. corns, bunions,bruins, old sores, skin diseases, piles, fistula, scratches, halter Now I to laugh.) used me up iu this manner. In jail, of thirty days. hat bruises. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED burns, dew poison and wonderful Wherever it and i m m satisfaction Haglaud, daughter of a want dauiuges. Miss Clyde been used it has siren FREE OF TUITION. ore wroth with propensity lor removing soreness is remarkaits The Louisvillians "Half the world doesn't kuonr how Olllcial "Want damages? Urbane wealthy Warren county farmer, wos noard ble. Numerous testirucmsl will be secured and for naming their the other half lives." If it did it would In Fall term beKlnaheplvinbrrMbtlsiBf;, dormitory U Ier sseelc . In private families HM will appear iu this space at a later date. Made from her horso oud her foot Why, man alive, I should think you the park commissioners thrown to fl. For Catalogue address and Shaw- know more than tho other half itself. '"ol?) r ty B. HIGOINS, Sunfcrd, Ky. catching in the stirrup alio was dragged had enough damages to last you a life- parks, Cherokee, Iroquois JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Lexington, Ky, Puck. nee. time! - to death. -- Teachers' Institute (Continued). nun iy. 'Pl.t- - 1.......1. : i... 1..f .1,.., ,.t il... .n.n,uiUl.ii.iii,mi3llllIliUM...jU1iic H; ,' ' , l'Y divLiLLuru gviimiv college. e citc-.il.i- "! "2 -i post-otlk- o Fall Session Tuesday, September -- , s school-mister- s. STANFORD MALE ACADEMY F. . Principal. j pat-ur- n tt. l..-.,lo....- i s nn-- s j r'-hu- . f y I - I - ,,cty I 1 I to-i- ef Ulue-tlni- ss 1 ,.... O' .i sen-nbe- Centre College Academy h '. j The Next Session of this Institution Begins Sept. , A Hone Boarding1 reir-.r- d Training D spar tinesit advan-ai.e- 1 . Pine-vill- e, $ iMwJy dfcOB P&a&e .... r Hig-gin- o . . l j i j , ',..,.,. -- 'r. T lll ' -- t;.. Lancaster, Sixty-sevent- ; MMHunn Centre college T-r4. KY.-- Art h South-wes- t. M'-t- e s S DOCTOR cmil & PRiceI Jpi TAYLORS I MyLWg ! 1 eer-ont.- " ibfJcFNYi? im MALARIAL W I I 1 f . teni-perme- nt houae-keepic- Infants and Children. gieen-house- ?, 01- one-hal- -- r bou-in-la- m 1 wABma T...-.- CTrVPF COLLEGE ia-4- fj, Normal mm lemmc mi -- J- - J" y -- . r i1&yywiq8, i.Hi Semi-Week- ly Interior journal ! The Union V c'dc ril rovl has a Xdtliur Virginia nor West Virginia pxcitcI thnt wholu section of tho staid ' will cot her part of tlio direct tax till bonded debt of $210,000,000 and a Moating Its capital fa $0,- Old Dominion, litis just been concluded they settle their joint indebtedness of debt of S?2 COJ,O0O. A sensational murder trial, which I m ie f m 000,000. nt Abingdon. Dr. Baker, a physician of $1,01X1,000 to tho U. S. Y. Vandenburg, who was division The prohibition vote is slowly dwind was convicted of poison- hidi standing, f inn his wife and sentenced to dio on the ling. It was tf,:?0 in 1SS7; 5,552 in 1SSS; freight agent of the L. & X.at Memphis, - AucjU3T IS, 1S01 ' callows. An unholy pasMon for .Mrs. 3,:i5l in lss't; 4,;M0 in 1SU0, and V33 " has been appointed general freight agent Stanford, ' . of the road. (liliner, the fascinating wife of n wealthy lbUl. . mmm mm Is Receiving His ... .I.I.m. IS .lmt Ittia lirntlftltt tint ilnr "" mmmmmm The fifth bridge over tho Ohio t department giveB noThe IICIllUUI, MIfcMw v.ui..i. um x.v With n puerility unworthy of a paper tor t0 (jj race and perlnipa an innomin- - tice that proposals for carrying tho mails Cincinnati will be opened for trntllc this usually conducted ou so h' 'i a plane, joug ,iPatn The two loved not viselv on star routes in Kentucky will be re- week. It is of the cantilever kind, 2,f-- '( , feet long, 12 feet wide and cost tbeKiciiinonuiwcistcrBeems to n?Rnm. lllt t00 wel, nnil for yeali cl,j0Ved what ceived after September 15. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Iut Guaranteed. Give nim a call. as impertinence the bupgestion maile by of pJe9Uro illicit lovu can brins;. His Mills, who has been mak- 000. Roger Q. Interior Journal, which opposed the, .Aife mj iar husband were in tho way ing speeches in lo?a, says Boies will be LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. constitution, that Col. Welch, who also of R.ir complete happiness and they re elected governor and tho democrats opposed it, would uiako a capital mem- .ie.i,i..il to nut them out of tho wav. will capture the legislature. Your correspondent sends kindly ber of the commission to conform the The doctor prepared the drug for both Nine dwelling houses in the eastern greetings to the Interior and its thousBtatutes to tho new order of tlmm. and administered one to his wife,the oth- part of Middlesborough were destroyed ands of readers, and returns his thanks L TK ALHXANDCK'S IIOTKL, "Gov. Brown,'' iteays, "should not listen er he gave to tho woman for her hus- by lire Saturday night. Tuo loss is about to his numerous friends for sympathies to the suggestion. Col. Welch is a nice band. The wife died, but Mrs. Gilmer, $D,000, fully covered by insniunoe. and favors received during his recent illAND IMPROVED. man, but when it comes to prepuing while very bad, was not mean enough E. K. 1'reston shot and killed his ness. He is glad he is alive, and hopes amendments to the new constitution, he to commit muuler and weakened when wife at Ottawa, Kas., Sunday, and then soon to be out and around ready to atHay. S2.50 should be relegated to the extreme rear." the time came to dose her old man. The shot himself, and at Bedford, 1ml., Dr. tend to any business that may be enCor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousThis is further exhibition of tho mlly sudden death of Mrs. Baker and the Judah also killed wife and himself. trusted to his care. intolerance that characterized the LOUISVILLK, KY. The Ixmisvillo Times of the 14th, Tho Central City powder mill, near unhurry of the doctor to put her body sheets dm inn the cam- derground created suspicion and a good Kellogg, W. Va., exploded. All that contains the information that would be W. R. LOGAN, Manager. paign. No man, according to them, was deal of gobsip, which increased till the could be found of two men who weiu in cheerful if true, that "nearly every mi n A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall.JCIcrks. honest w ho opposed what he regarded a body was ordered to be exhumed. Then tho factory was a foot and a piece ol is the proud possessor of a 'pocket piece' conglomeration of experiments and in- the tell tale arsenic was found in large bcalp. of greater or Ihss value," and gives some consistencies, and now no man accord-in- c quantities in her stomach. Even with In addition to Lincoln, Bell, Boone, interesting specimens of old coins that to the Register, who did so, should this proof however, it would have befcn Cumberland, Estill, Harlan, Lee, Leslie, are in possession of some of its acquainthave part or lot in anything pertaining impossible to have convicted th6 doctor. Letcher, Nicholas, l'iku and Russell ances. The investigation of the Times to it. Col. Welch like all other true but on the trial .Mrs. Gilmer gave the 12 were the counties which voted in this important matter must have been Huy the STUDKHAKKR, and "cy, very superficial, or nioiiev must be ilen- men accepts without murmur the will cousoiracv awav ami the doctor's life as against the constitution. you w ill have the best one made. Bear-graof the majority and is ready to aid to the well. region. Around The Clark county primary resulted ty in the It may be another case of Eve I am agent for the celebrated extent of his ability in bringing about a tempting Adam, but if her story is true, in the nomination of A. N. Bush, an al tliis way, a man with a nickel in his peaceful and proper conformation of the the doctor's miserable neck will but part- liance man, for clerk, and W.Il.Farney, pocket is an object of envy, and the poslaws to the ehangeB embodied in the ly attone for his cowardly sin. A great democrat, for sheriff. The new plan of sessor thereof is ns proud of histreasuto new constitution. That he is fully capa- effort will be made to Have his life by carrying tho ballot box around is said to ns a )i t. is of one chicken. ble as a lawyer and as a writer of put appeals and other devices of the law, have proved a failure. Iuicaster Lodge, A. Y. M., was reAnd have reduced prices on both ting the statutes in such language as but the public will breathe easier when organized on Saturday evening, August t will render them forceful in expression the doctor I also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, Excelsior Ci- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. loth, by the installation of the following Plows and repairs a) joins that other woman murand clear in meaning, no one who knows derer, Thomas J. Cluverius, who took viJ officers: W. J. Landtam, W. M.; W. II. der Mill'?, Buckeye Force Pump, Cincinnati! Klevator and a full line Wanted to buy loO hogs. E. I. Wherritt, S. WV, W. Hemdon, him doubts, and the Register in its ef- the life of Fannie Lillian Madison. W ; of J. 1 Groceries and Hardware. Owsley, Stanford. forts to proscribe everybody who W. B. Mason, Sec ; Sherman H ueldou, Our buyers were giving SO cents foi Treus.; J. W. Miller, S. D; R. A. Bum-s.ddoesn't think like it does, shows a narTiik Maryland farmers' alliance is comof nature that we had thought posed of sensible men. It endorsed the wheat yesterday. rowness J. D. Tho stated meetings wete Kingston will run in the big sweep- tlxed on the 2nd and 4th Monday nights it incapable of. Furthermore the fact democrntic nominee for governor and II J MrkCllKUT" W 11 HH.GINS that the Intehior Journal was on what declared that the alliance is not and can- stakes at Chicago Saturday. in each month. The installation cere- Will Matheny sold to D. M. Creigh-to- n monies were conducted by Grand Mas-- j proved to be the unpopular side in the not become a political party. If there 100 ewes at ? 75 per head. recent discussion, does not, in the were more men of brains and fewer renter J. Speed Smith, Deputy Grand Mas-II. M. Anderson sold to Anderson of ter R C. H. Covington, and Grand Mar gentleman as egades from other parties at the head of opinion of quite as astute BOine we could name, entirely put it out- tho farmers movement thov might bo Rockcastle, 9 head S00 pound cattle at dial W. F. Francis, all of Richmond, side the pa'e of interest in State affairs, able to accomplish more. As it is they '2i cents. The lodge after long cdl from labor to A good many stock hogs have refreshment is again in working and it will contintio at the same old nro being used by designing rascals to order, stand to give expression to whatever it further their own political ends. Far- changed hands during tho last week, at and as tho officers are old ind tocperi ;U cents. thinks would conduce to the public mers, stick to tho old democratic ship. enced Masons, there is no do Nelson trotted a mile in 2:10 Hat at success. good, even if its critic does refer sneer-inglTin: Louisville Times is authority for Independence, Iowa, Saturday, with a One would have to its suggestions as "kindly and all the fuss over the new constitution. considerate." Besides things have in- the statement that Public Printer and running mate. The Beazley Bros, have a sow that and tho smok of the battle had cleared S: of n pass when a Binder, E. Polk Johnson, has' bought a deed come to n drug store in Frank fort. Now if the has given birth to 33 pigs within the away, ponce would have reigned within man's democracy is gauged by his vote months. our borders and tho people have been ' on a constitution that was made part of colonel will devote tho columns of his past paper and his own personal pursuasive D. N. Prewitt bought of J. E. Lynn permitted to think ami talk about some- republican platform. the of 1,400 pound thing else without being disturbed about Come off Bro. Green, and do not let a powers to procuring a prohibition law on interest in a the adoption of something thousands little victory run clean away with your for the capital city, he can soon be so rattle at 4 cents. rich thnt he needn't notice an ordinary James Blankenship bought of Alex- voted for without having rend or seen. ' good sense. U HINTS'- newspaper man unless ho wauU to. ander, of Woodford, u combined 2 year-ol- d Not so, however, as nprears from tin The Pineville Messenger says that filly for 3250. record of events in the goodly citv of Judge M. C. S'aufley is seriously considBkkrv Howard, the democrat who A wheat Held in Colusa county, Cal., Covington, where Hon. Oliver W. Root, ering the question of locating at that was elected to the legislature by 3D ma- covered 573 square miles and produced a gentleman and a scholar, a fine law yer place. The judge said all along that if jority in the former republican-- strong- nearly 3,000,000 bushels. and a brilliant orator, proceeded a few ' the new constitution was adopted he hold of Harlan, Bell, Pel ry und Leslie, The Mt. Sterling Democrat reports days since to administer a knockdown! ' would not go back to Knoxvillo as that is not to enjoy his victory sale of 40 of the best cattle in the coun- argument in favor of the 11. c. to another) instrument would create sufficient litiga- without a further struggle. A notice of ty for September delivery at 51. prominent citizen of that worthy city;. VsTIS-A-IERtion to make it prolitahle for every law- contest has been served on him und an S. W. Givens sold toO. J.Thurmond ami in turn 10 receive a sprawling arguyer to remain in Kentucky. The friends other battle will bo fought in the legis a lot of corn at ?.! per barrel, lie was ment from his worthy competitor in opof Judge Saufley who like him opposed lature. offered 34 for the same lot a couple of position to that instrument of suilicieut HATS, TRtJNKS AND VALISES, the constitution, extinct the comfort a The Somerset Reporter says the friends months ago. power to lay him for some time Hat of least from the situat on that its adoption of Hon. O. H. Waddle are pressing him Tho Harrodsburg Democrat reports his back on the hard pavement. Out of keeps in.Jhe State one of the brightest for one of sales of 50 lambs at 35 25 ; a lot of mare this Hurry may come the decision of a the commissioners to revise and best of lawyers, and a gentleman of the statutes to conform with tho new mule colts at 340 to f55, and 102 breed- police court upon tho merits of tho new recognized ability as a writer, advocate constitution, and whilo it will be powerconstitution. Mr. Waddle is a most ca- ing ewes at $4. or political speaker. B. F. Routen, of Garrard, bought of less to thwart the will ol the people, it pable and excellent lawyer und next to Henry Gooch and others, of the Gil- may nevertheless set some of those who The widow of President James K. our entry, Col. Welch, we would like to bert's Creek vicinity, RIO ewes at 33.75 voted fur it without knowing or caring Polk died in Nashville Friday at the see him appointed to the position. what war, in it to thinking whether it is to $4 per head. not best to "look before you leap," or to ripe old age of SS. At tho time of her For a purse of 32,000 Bud Doble think before you net. The absence of the "In and About marriage her husband was a member of "MODE!., drove Nancy Hanks at Rochester to beat Kentucky" column of the Courier-Jour-nthe Tennessee legislature. Shortly after Is Smai.ly Wiikiiiiitt nshnnied of tbe her record of 2:14 when she knocked 1J this week is duo to the fact that its he was elected to Congress, in which he election returns in his county thnt bo seconds oil", doing the mile in 2:12. Berved seven terms, four as speaker. excellent engineer, Mr. A. Y. Ford, is W. B. Kidd shipped 1,000 export docs not send them to Frnnkfort? talcing a week off and with his wife is While mistress of the White House she may bo behind in many things, cattle from Winchester, average 1,525 t was very popular, although she abolished enjoying the watermelons and other hut it is not necessary for her to be in shipdancing and the custom of giving refresh- delights of his old Daviess county home pounds, which cost about 5. The ment brought nearly 375,000 to tho far- this. Wake up, old man. It is nearly n ments to the gueBts. In her youth she month since the election. mers. f NEWSY NOTES. Cheese is said to have been an exceedingly runThe Elizabethtown cannery is Jicliles, handsome woman, as she was always Tho majority for the constitution is ning day and night, and the News says I attractive and and a flue conversational- about that for the next 50 days it will average Lamps, Glass- - and Quccnswarc, Tin- - and Woodcnwarc, Fruit Jars, ist. Congressman Gamble, of South Da- daily 10,000 cans of peaches, corn and Jelly Glasses, &c. tomatoes. Secretary Foster's refunding scheme kota, died suddenly of heart disease. In the corporate lnnlti o Kolantl. The president has appointed C. W. A. M. Pence's Pence won n race at does not seem to be panning out very 11 JJ. DARST, 6 Rowland. sitisfactorily. Tho bauks very willing- Erdman, of Louisville, consul to Colon. Clinton, 111., Friday, in 2:24J, which ly came to hiB assistance and accepted James M. Welch, an old and well- - lowered his record a second. It took of their 4. J bonds at 2 per known citizen of Jessamine, dropped live heats to decide the trot, and it was a continuance the fifth heat that ho made the quick Now i the time to lay In your fuel for the Win cent., but the $23,000,000 held by indi- dead. ter at cheap rates. Send J15 to the viduals is still out and this is what is Stillo & Duhlmeier's big furniture time. Dealers In- The Chicago grain pit was the scene Laurel County Coal Association iscausingtheernpty treasury trouble. As factory in Cincinnati burned, causing a of intense excitement Saturday. Wheat At they full due September 1, they must bo loss of 3100,000. I'ittibnruh, Ky., and order a Five Hundred (joo) lluthef car of track paid or continued nt the same rate of inBennett Spiro'B clothing house and opened at 31.01J for December delivery nt mine lor present their hot lump coal onshould delivery. This coal terest, a beautiful state of affairs in these its contents were destroyed by fire at and after running up to 31.03, closed at cost you a fraction over qHc on track at Stanford s31.00L September corn also advanced in carload lots. piping times of peace. Turn tho rascals Middlesboro, loss 35,000. out ehould be the renewed war-crtill A tram from San Francisco to Now to OoJ. G. E. Alford, of the West End, walks the plank. the last York made the distance of 2,000 miles last week in 4 days, 10 hours and 50 min- bought of O. Wyatt, of Nicholasville, his I offer for sals my farm two miles North ol You can't always sometimes tell even utes, the quickest on record. fine stallion, McRoberts S634, sired by containing 35 acres ol good Und; a good if you do think you know a writer's 8 rooms, all necessary outbuildings, a The Tennessee authorities haye or- Mambrino Startle, the sire of Mambrino home with goou large nam, cistern at tne uoor, plenty run style. This paper and several others dered the convicts at Briceville to bo re Mld, 2:17, dam by Lylo'a Wilkes. Ho inn? water, about 500 select fruit trees and all A FRESH CAR-LOA- D OF KANAWHA kinds of small fruits Addreos have been crediting numerous and sun- turned to the prison, because the mines is a very fine individual and deserves (1. T. McKOllKRTS, Stanlord. dry good things in the Louisville. Times are unlit for humans to live in. Also 15 acres 4 miles south of Stanford ; jj acres the attention of the public. Price paid in cultUation, balance in good 'imbcr; small to Bro. Logan, while an a matter of fact Worn out with a weary struggle for 31,000. house and good orchard and plenty never failing G. T M. longing for tho fields of life, Eugene Bonnick and his young wife 41 the The Nelsou County Fair will bo held water. wavy grain again had hied himself to his suicided at Deliver, leaving a note: Sept. 1 to 5, inclusive The premiums John R. Cattleman. A U. Lanham "Warren county farm to commune with "Please bury us side by side; do not sep- - are liberal, tho purses extraordinarily nature aud perhaps look from nature up ft Mfn no firann m1 lnna " rich and a splendid exhibition is promto nature a God. In his absence Col. W. Lawyer Oliver P. Root slapped ised, Secretary A. R. Carothers has M. Hull has been holding down his end Statesman John P. Newman in the our thanks for complimentary tickets. of the log and doing it so naturally ns to mouth in a discussion on the new conIn answer to the question "Does Has the largest and fool the yery elect. at Covington and was promptly sheep raising pay?" Dr. O. Fowler hands stitution MOST COMPLETE STOCK us the following: In August of last year knocked down. A tribute to his dead sister, Mrs. Mary Two murderers felt the hnlter draw I bought 00 ewes at 34 59 per head and 3 E. Newell, from the pen of Col. W. O. OF Southdown bucks at $10,331 per head, Bradley, appears in the Somerset Re- in Missouri Friday. Henry Henson, making 3349 for the entire lot. During wife, had his fat neck porter. It iq beautiful iu thought and who murdered his May I sold 351 pounds of wool for337.87; and gives fur- drawn out over a foot by the fall and touching in expression, ever shown in Stanford at prices Chris Young, another murderer, had bis in June I sold 01 lambs for $253 and a MANAGERS, ther evidenco that the writer's heart is broken like n pipe stem. as low as the lowest. premium of 32.25; and in July, 23 lambs ns tender as be is manly and courageous While attempting to descend from a for $72.50, making my receipts for all Commerce Building, Louisville. KemcmDer mat 1 nave one ot tlie best watch-maker- s in the State by nature. Agents throughout the South. balloon by a parachute at Coney Island. $415.02. It will thus be seen I made wno can uo anyming in war.cn or jewelry Repairing. Don't have to Editok Pech, of the Falmouth Demo-cro- Cincinnati, Saturday, Anna Harkes, the 120 per cent, in cash on the investment. .u :.... ,! - . t? iliiigruvmg 01 an Kinas Deautitully done. Olri S(Wi is kind enough to say : The Inte- daring aerenau, lost her hold on the I have left over 5 late lambs worth $10 W. A. TRXBBLE, Local Ago&t, benu ju- iv uiu gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and wnrt : oi:a. rior Journal, of Stanford, is one of the bar and falling 500 fpot to the earth, was or 312, and one Southdown buck lamb STANFORD. KY. worth 310. dashed into an unrecognizable mass. ted and I guarantee satisfaction. very ablest edited papers in the State. A. R. PENNY; W. F WALTON, j ! 1 K, Wa Courier-Journalpost-olhV- "" " .r- - e , j 31,'i-')0- Springs Summer Goods j - THE WIOMLAIMJL Rates THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Per e, If You Need a Wagon, -1 ss Oliver Plows, e, J. IB. POSTER. 1 j 11 NEW FIRM. Successors toSlngK -- y :::::: McRoberts & Higgins, j I j I 1 1 car-loa- d CLOTHING, , .HcKoberlsdealers in FURNISHING GOODS 1 hard-earne- d MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES GROCERY" Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, Cini-ra- rd For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Dried Apples, Peaches and Primes, Rice, For Sale rreserves atidldams; J f Twenty Building Lots Farmers, Attention' FARRIS & HARDIN. y Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware Queen- Glass- - and Tinware. n Small Farm For Sale. Stan-for- d, SEE OUR ELEG A.UT LINE OF LAMPS. SALT Tho Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. A. R. Penny Insurance Company, BARBEE&OASTLEMAN Walclics and Jewelry t, 1 :u . ui. 1 ill fljf . . Ail;--.?- . L- -, III I iJll TAh,. II Lmi' . r7W " "n"? irwJ -- fceWJ ' T ,1f f' A v Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 2.'OtNE tion, for sale cheap. m r i r i u. Rowland, Ky., August loth. Stantojid, Ky., Ai'ousr IS, 1S!)1 My line Messrs. Walton, Welch, Vandeveer, of clothing is complete, and Menefee, Hill, and otlfVr citizens of prices nt the bottom. Cull and seu J. S. Stanford : Jones, Cash Bargain Store. tt.o,WAi,TON. hum. Gbstmjmkn: The question is now up in reference to continuing tho present A (iiml Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas f MEANS BUSINESS. welcomed the arrival of a little girl railroad headquarters at Rowland and the llSditAM.vo ticimtiitilly uiul artistically matter, so far as the company is conSunday, their second child. l!u' at A. It. Penny'. cerned, hinges on their being able to Vot it nccotmt Ih now remly. 1'loasso Jfid-Summ- er Tin! Mill Company is digging the get a sullicient week The Tho geu- call ixtul nettle. A. H. IVnny. foundation for a nice cottage on the low- eral malinger authorucs me to sav H.wKyour watch, dock ami Jewelry that repaired nt A. It. I'cnny'H. All work er end of its lot on Mill street. Mr. Bettison, civil engineer for this di- wnrrnnted. Lias. Sowdkiis, for tiie murder of Jack vliion. together with Mr. Ausley, road- Ukmkmiikk tlintnll silverware, wiitchen, master, and myself will be ulnd to meet tjiil'm, Ac, bought nt A. K. I'diny's will Turner, was acquitted atPineville. be viifrnv(H free of chnrKi. a committee of your citizens for the pur laid in jail here a long time. pose of seeing what can be done in the PERSONAL" POINTS. Wooi.itiiHiK Jelhco coal is sold only direction of a better water supply. The .Mum. M vuv ALiiANi)i:it Ih iiito ill of by us. Call at oilke and examine the present supply is only sullicient to before. papers. B. K. fc W. II. Wearen. our engines while running on the plU'lllllOtlilt. road, and we are compelled to send all Mil. L. II. Uamhuv, of Lexington, !h An, notes and accounts not paid by our endues to Louisville to have them viaitiiiK' Iter huHhiuid'H parents here. Sept. 1 will be placed in the hands of an washed out. You ran Ml8.S ItKTTIK (iOI)HltV, of .Miildlolllirt.', understand how olllcer for collection. J. F. Holdam, Inconvenient this is, to ay nothing of Irt vixltiiiK ber cousin, MIjm M10 (iotlboy. Crab Orchard. tho loss that tho company sustains in Miss IIoNinwoou Hmwi.v.v, of i the KitcHt of .Mrs. M. F. Klkin. Whii.k coupling ca a at Lexington, not moving their freight promptly, when Mit. T. L. Oiut, who lins boon In the Henry (Juigley, a brakeinan had a hand I tell you that it hns been necessary West Kml nevoral months, has rcturnotl fearfully mashed. He was employed on twice during the past week to send three We big Shoes. fro1 tz or four engines light, to Louisville to home1. dipt, lieor's work train. G0g Shoes have them washed out, with four or five J. It. (Jaiitkii, one of the I. J.'h best I am receiving my fall goods daily and trains of Come freight standing (iiirranl count irieiiiln, wns in town over. cordially invite the public to call In and in Rowland yard wniting-fo- r I'rhiuy. engines to Tun MIksch lxHjnn will entertain at inspect the finest line ever brought to move them. If the citizens of Stanford who A Y:--T- o 's Goods can bring pressure to bear that will entheir home near MilleriKuville this even- Stanford. H. 0. Bubley. to goods one able the company to locate the reservoir ing at 7 oYloek. Attb.vtion, hAUMKiis. See that your went ut to plow repairs have Oliver's name on either north of Stanford, at what is Miw. Wii.mam WKU-1booh we Come keep ' Tine Hill Friday to Bpond a few day them. Any others are counterfeit and known ns Butlalo Springs, or in the vicinity of the near Rowland, with her hutilmnd. B. Foster. will not give satisfaction. J. where water can be obtained for all our Mixim Maky H.w.i. and Jennie Simp- Tin: I it N. will soon put on a vesti- uses, there will no longer be any quesof Martinsville., I ml., are vi&itine. ion, bule bullet sleeping car line over the tion about keeping the present railroad Mr. Dr. 0. A. Cox. Miih. Catii. Hailkv ami Bet tie Paxton Knoxville division to Norfolk. Tho im- population at Rowland. A. URBANSKY, Mr. Montfort, has Our went to Crab Orchard Springs yesterday portance of this diversion is just beginiug Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MAXES AXD itself and in luss than a year expreseed himself as being in favor of to manifest to spend n week or two. locating the reservoir near tho ppring, Mimjjj Maky IlAix,of Monticello, and it will rival the main line. for the reason that tho pressure would Simpson, of Indiana, are Jennie 8 Shot. Mr. Richard Walter heard then be sullicient at Rowland to meet of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox. something after his chickens the other AND Mil J. 1'. Cox and wife, of Casey, have night and getting his pistol went out to our wantH in washing out our engines. The company does not expect the peobeen visiting relations lit Stanford and see what it was. By some means the ple of Stanford to pay for these improve-mentu- . at Junction City for a few days. weapon was discharged and the ball but will be glad to have them coMn. W. C. WilKUitirr, of Versatile?, Upright and Horizontal. striking him above the knoe, glanced operate in furnishing them water nt a was in town Fridny, returning from Stationary, and Portable. All to the shin into the flesh and lodged in minimum co-- t. vMt to his parent at Lancaster. power. sizes up to his foot, producing a painful wound. Tho amount of water required for acMms. J It. Walton, of Danville, in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Uncqualcd companied by hor pretty daughter, MUh Tin: citizens of Stanford and Rowland washing out engines is so great that the Durability. company can not afford to pay for It at Is here Friday. tTi ''; iav.Vi .. ilT .HI IVM'1 Jennie, visited frien are requested to meet at the Write for Free Illustrated l'ampiets .ind your anM to 'ft'j?' JtUiCWkJK Mn. F. M. Fi.knnbii, of Cleveland, in Stanford, Aug. istli, at 7:'M i ., to anything like city rate?, and desires to & CO., who Uengugml in tho manufac take what steps may bo necessary to se- obtain it at the mere cost of pumping. 'Inn., I have stated to tho general manager KK CITV tury of cigars, h here In the interest of cure a permanent location of the L. A' KFW St'KtNGPlUD.yiHIQ ' is a pronounced sentiment in his biihinesH. X. shops and division point at Rowland. that thoro Stanford to aid the company in every given. Mr. shanks is an unififdly inK Jaiinkttk, tho capMiss Ass Tho question is a very important one. tivating little beauty who has been vis- Let every citixen attend. I). W. Van possible way to encourago continuing dulgent father and while he preferred the present division headquarters at that Miss Klla would not marry, betakes iting the MicHOK Alcorn, loft for her devei,r, Mayor. Rowland. Yours, respectfully, home in Atlanta yesterday. the matter philosophically and hopes FllANIC Hakkis, Tin: L. A N. will run a special tram, AJSTD Hakvky Hklm, Fxj, of lMnoville, is she and the man of her choice will al Master of Trains. ways be as happy us now. here to attend the marriage of his sis leaving Crab Orchard at 7 a. m., August Our citizens will see from the above ter. Joe Jones, who is studying law at IS to 11 to Lebanon on account of the Marion County Trotting Afrociation. tint now is the time to act. Wo can The Record reports the death of is also here. the fAim town, This train will stop at all stations lor not afford to lose the advantages that Mrs. Betsy Ann Adams of heart disease, M Iks Asm k McKin.vky is out again passengers. Tickets one fare for the tho shops at Rowland bring us and every aged 71. Her husband, the late Will after a severe spell; MihS Lula Yager is round-trip- . Returning train will leave citizen with his own interest and the in- iam Adams, died in m2, and to them lonvaleecing rapidly; Miss Mattio Owsin Lebanon each day after exhibition is terest of the town at heart will do what were born nine children, all of whom ley Is improving and Mr. J. T.Craig is iir . iiarns, At it is in his power to secure the needed fa are living, viz: .Mrs. a. vt is over. w. w. vasts, T. v. A. mis. somewhat butter. cilities lor tho company. In order to Eva Garrion, Mrs. Solon Henry, Mrs. (J. Mutiamk, general manager Mit. J. Pooit Andy Yates was found dead in take steps to that end, Mayor Yande- - John Holtzclaw, Mrs. Wm. Lawson, Mr. of the L, t: N , passed over the K. I), bed yesterday. He had the consumpof the Ed Adams, of Garrard county; Mrs. B. II. division on a tour of inspection, Friday tion and had been going rapidly down veer has called a citizens of Stanford and Rowland at the Conn, of Oklahoma; Messrs. Green and and Saturday, and was much pleased for some time. His last visit up town e Aug. IS, at 7::0 Robt. Adams, of Texas. with the way Cajit. Harris is running was to vote the democratic ticket, to M. Let everybody attend. things. which party ho Mas always attached. NF.W ADVERTISEMENTS. Tin: Misses Wray extended vorbnl in- He was an unusually smart negro, but MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds vitations to a number of their friends to an insatiate love for liquor kept him a "Watermelon party" at their homo at most of the time in trouble. But it is of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. was quite a surprise to the people It Pink Cottage, last night, and tho pros- all over. Let him rest in peace. here when a telegram was received FriPrescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, pects were Mattering for a delightful day stating that Mits Klla Shanks and Acret wih tii fell privatelyofniy Farm of 142 on the A wkkk or two ago a man who claimday and night. time. Mr. T. A. Hire had married on the even- tittiatol Stanford, iv., nerth pike. Mis A.vsik Hai.u, of Stanford, and ed to be agent for the "original Blind ing before. Some ten days ago, Miss Dam 111cwlihing Will take pleasure In toshowing to to purchase. Apply Mies Douglas Woodcock, of Danville, Tom" contracted to givo a performance Klla, accompanied by her cousiu, Miss any one J. WRIGHT. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. here about the -- Oth, but as the exact Annio .Slianke, went to French Lick Smith. Mr. John I. Flora, of Stanford, date has not been tlxed as ho promised .Springs, and those who bade her good ATYVPrm? ' hereby notify all person' who Ljli. farm haveormay hereafter rent is now with his brother, Mr. A. I). Flora, it should, we suppose the engagement is bye did not then think A. C it that the next any portion I of myhold thein McKinney ol lor said Sole Agents for reiponsiblc will Regisstudying sculpture. Richmond is off". By tho way, can anybody tell us time they gazed on her pretty face she Dunn that I rent. Mr. Dunn is not a renUr,farm only permit condion ter. whether Blind Tom is really alive or was would bo joined "till death shall part" him to live on and cultivate my II VA.VARSDALK. U at Miss Hkm.k Bom.k left last week for he drowned at Johnstown, died a natu- with the man of her choice. Yen, Mibs tions. Kach Kiln went to French Lick uml Mr. Rice Barnwell, S. C, whero she is engaged in ral death or put in the the millinery business. She had been of the60 statements has iU believers, and also went there. ! lietuer it was a enjoying tho delights of home for a wo would like to know, you know. coincidence probably tho world will never mouth, audit was with a heavy heart Gait V. M. Hill was acquitted of tho know, but the majority of those who that she tore herself from loved ones to charge of obtaining money from the know the contracting parties are no be absent a year. 1891, doubt inclined to believe it was a pre- ON SEPTEMBER Italians on false pretense, It is with sincere regret that wo chron- Cincinnati, where tho arrestthe' com tat arranged atl'air. In any event they was made, At too clock A M., we will ell to the highest icle the departure of Mr. and Mrs. larm of deciding that a promise to obtain work were married and two henrts are joined bidder on the premises, the (.ieorgu II. Bruce and Howard. They waters of Neal, dee'd, situated together that have loved lo these many J. OKorle and adjoining the on tho Cah larm, conJ, F. left yesterday to spend a week at Crab in the future could not be interpreted years. The bride, who is a daughter of taining about 150 acres to be ascertained by act. e acres in cultivation and survey. Springs, and afterwards to make as a false pretense, the terms of the con- Mr. S. Orchard II. Shanks, of this place, is a ual remainder weft set in grass. All In the been Imtheir homo in Lexington, taking with dition not having haviug broken, no spe bewitching little brunette, thoroughly state of cullivition, well watered and uell hlh cial time or limit been set. Tho proved. them tho best wishes of tho legion of equal to any other chilled plow. Ask your neighand One third cath balance in captain claims that the whole thing accomplished and is as lovely of charac- with necotiable nou bearing 6one cent, two jears Guaranteed to be from day per friends made during their stay of a dozThey all like bor about it. grew out of revenge. He knocked one ter as she is beautiful of face. No young of J. F. CASH and Vf. II. MURPHY. en yearH in Stanford, and blest with tho O. Neal.decd. Uxors. 4utd of the Dagos down for insulting him and lady possesses a more amiable disposiprayers of every Christian for their temV? tfr-- l VT 1 tion than MiBS Klla and her legion of that made the whole kit mad. poral and eternal happiness. we know, join tho Intckiok friends, will, PUBLIC SALE Anotiiek largo crowd of young people Joukn'al in wishing hor tho best of all CITY AND VICINITY. gathered at Crab Orchard Springs Friday this world affords and a long life of .Dealerln., OF A Bohn to tho wito of Roy Beazloy a line night and enjoyed to the fullest extent happiness, ami of the groom, hoy. tho many pleasures afforded by that de- who is a personal frieud of the writer, it VALUABLE UHCOLK COM? FASH WATCHS, CLOCKS resort. Tho regular would bo indeed hard to say too much. Foil 8ai.k. My house umMot and a lightful BUiumer Friday night hops have always been a A gentleman in every way, genial good Jersey cow. .1. A. Carpenter. sourco of pleasure to the Bociety peoplo and obliging, business in every turn of At the mansion hou'C on the premises 3yRepatring neatly and promptGoon rains continue to come nt oppor of this section, but during tho present Tom Rice is deservedly popular ON TUESDAY, SEP. 15, 1891, nature, ly done. tune times and nature Is smiling as in season they aro proving even more en with the young aud old, and his host of ol Fpring-timjoyablo and popular thau over. Thero acquaintances, all of whom aro friends At to o'clock A. M., I will, as executor by the last will of Thornton Porter, dee'd, and to authe C00 guests at the Springs now thority thereof, sell at public auction Kocis 10c per dozen ; feathers 40c per are over in every sense of tho word are rejoiced highest bidder the farm on which decedent re- I will take old gold or silver in exchange ior goods. (Stanford, Ky.) could hardly bo found place sided. Thil farm i cm Gilbert's Creek in Linpound. Tako thorn to Joo S. Jones, op and a gayer at his good fortune in securing such coln county, fronting on tho L. .V N. R. K., at GilSprings has always been Crab Orchard t as Miss Klla bert's Creek StattOL, and contains poaito Portman House. jewel for a A. C.SINE J X. MENEFEK an edeu of delight to tho pleasure seeker Shanks will prove. After a short stay Acros and 11 Polos of Land. Go to J. S. Joiiex' Cash Bargain Storo; nnd tho beaux and belles of this and at French Lick, and probably a visit to 119 20 pounds granulated sugar SI ; Ariosa other States liudjuo more pleasant placo and Improvements, fencStanford Mr. and Mrs. Rico will go to The land Is to while away tho summer hours thau Montgomery, Ala., where Mr. R. has a ing, &c, are fairly good. The tract ill be offercoffee 25 cents per pound. . parcels, one of 19 acres, ed In three sepaiatc The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. there. Courting, which is always inacres and the second it Tjiu trial of Dick Gentry for tho mur- dulged in at summer resorts, is not for- lucrative position, and there reside. We thepoles, at the station, the residentsof 38 6a acres. of third, on which is thus been seperatcly Alter the three parcels SASH,' der of John Sandifer will be called in tho gotten thero either, and in the nooks know of no couple that has started on offered the entire tract have bo offered as a whole LUMBER, wl'l of life under moro auspicious and the bid or bids realizing the largest price the voyage Garrard Circuit Court CEILING, and corners of tho spacious grounds JLATII, DOORS, All three ol these tracts have circumstances than tho above and if the wt,i be accepted excellent county road leading, an SIDING, acknowledges with thauks many youtha can be seen telling tho old, good wishes of an entire community go a frontage on of half a mile, to the Stanford & BLINDS, SHINGLES, Oun juuior ata dlstanca old story to his best girl. Among those Lancaster turnpike road. invitation to meet is Miss Ina an Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. toward making the Bail over life's fitful The sale will be absolute and without condiher home, near Harrodsburjj, who attended the hop from this place on sea a smooth and delightful one, there tions. Possession for sowing gialn will be given FB1TC1L AXTD at once to the purchaser, and lull possession ou Friday evening were : Miss Annio AlAug. 20th. disappointJanuary 1st, 1S91. Hd. Jones; Miss Mary Alcorn, will be not even a wave of corn, We carry ;i full stock of everything found in a TF.ItMSOF SALE; One third cash in hand of trouble. Burkhalter; Miss do In remainder in when sale is made, Notice. J. B. Higgins & Co. will sup- Brown McKinney; Miss Lin Jarnette, ment nor a ripplo receipt of the nows, stalmcnts at 6 and themonths from twoeual sale, day af -11 Lithgow, Immediately ou W. bearing ply you with Wooldridgo or any other Eph B. per cent. llonds with good Pennington; Miss Helen Saufiey, Mr. Shanks, like the sensible man that terest from day ofsuretyrequired of6 purchaser. in. sale A Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract kind of coal you want. Come nnd ee O. C. Carson, and Messrs. Wearen, Rout, lien wilt be retained on laud lor the UOBKHT L. PORTER, B. Webb, Keller, Walton, N'unnelley, Laa-le-y, he is, telegraphed Mr. and Mrs. Rice to for yourselves and be convinced. J. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. Executor of Thornton Porter Aug. j, 8.ji. come to Stanford nnd all would be for Reid, Gf T. and W. G. Lackey. & Go. Higgins power in fair condiApply at this Of Vital Interest to the Community. Tiiain.-- , 1 of-Ik- e. Ornci: or Mahtbiiop TIITS ISr 3 Clearance Sale of ianacer Mot-cal- Tour Last 0 Mirtumty. last of our Great water-supply- . Sow-do- rs Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Hats, Geiots' Furnishing Goods, Corsets, Trunks, Carpets, Underwear, Oil Cloth, Valises, And Straw flatting at prices never heard of As fur-nis- h Lan-caste- r, 1 Special Attractions will open Wednesday a line of sample Ladies' Slippers up. Ladies' Shoes from 75c up. Men's from 00c up, in styles. in and examine them before they are picked all Bouth-boun- buys $20' worth of each customer GIVEN AW from us Fine Roclting Chair. It is not necessary buy all these at the same time. account of in and get your will and toll-gat- e your purchases. THE t LOUISVILLE iis STORE Proprietor. chief-enginee- GABRIEL, Managers. gui-ht- a ot; SAM Semi-Portable II!Krm(ITII!B STEEL BOILERS, 26-horse court-hous- e M- h.VJi TIIE JAMES LEFFEL W, B. McROBERTS, DHTTGGOCST JEWELER, Complete Line of School Books, School Supplies, Newest Styles Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils? mass-meetin- g Beady Mixed Paints and Xeal's Carriage Paints; Court-Hous- t, Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil verware, Watches, Clocks Good Farm 1 For Sale. m m iSJ I I B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, poor-house- ? Sale of Lincoln Farm 9th, IlaiiK'-iti- K Forty-fiv- it .1 W f stJH HOST. FEXTZEL, M MM, c. All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. help-mee- first-cla- Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, to-da- God-dard- nt WOVE1T WmX FIRST CkASS SLAT 3LUM3BER YARD. purchase-mone- y IftM ' && 'yrii. w-- f I t I .v . ." THE C, H. & D. lloroe' VTnlk on High Trestle. Tnroujjh Car to Mackinaw. A strange scene The present year will wittiest fifMra til through steeainc ear aervtca wr ike C . Lot on Main Street in Stanford ns eubllahod Every Tuoadny and Fr day tieth anniversary of tho tonic athosys- mi the Northern was witnossed recently II ThfD tm asniiiiavma ry vm Pacific trestlo at tho anfMirhan Central Railroad bttwaan ri .i.tirtavi iet ami the fairy AT tem, which hits done so much, and, we water works. The trestle is about GOO Cincinnati silt Toledo and Containing acres. (SlCijUVi.U KClfAlt'.itTtCui'AvOii,. 01 Mackinac and th Nutthrrn LnVe roM limy safely iy, will do so much more in feet long and 55 feot high. Under it is iuri( broii rr.utned fur the se.usnn. Thate cats erms easy. ha 5j'j VFilX ViCA-Ft- . IX AJSTCK TR. WALTON, StaMoid. Silarday, the future to spread the knowledge and the Union Pacific roadbed. Tho ties are itatt t'i.iutin.ti every 'veningarming at Mackinaw at n w the at loo'ile-ikMrWhen not so paid $2.50 w'li e charged."" the love of muic among the people. Mr. nbout eight inches apart and aro evenly tie t rteliinjt Spencur Curwen. son of the inventor imsmiuiium 1110 enure instance. hot r .tet, tickets, etc . ddrr anv (,., 11. V I. MrCnrmicK and most energetic propagator of tho At an early hour the attention nf n .igeM or K OCim.inn.ii. () fcener.il passenctrand K. i. LOCAL TIME CARD. .An," . .. tiiket agent. system, eeises the opportunity for a very dozen people was attracted by a largo Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning interesting ALL t'fV tin tsr.ri review of its history nnd sorrel horee which had walked along the Bucklen's Arnica Snlvc POINTS jlhtOil P. W. ORSniN, Proprlotor it ;: p. m. characteristics In Good Words. Coldly trestle from the south and was unaware The beit saltc in the world fnr call, braises, seres, Iters, salt rhfum, fnter sorts, trtier, chapreceived, disparaged and even derided in of tho danger ahead. Ho was nnnblo to ped L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. all skit, ertrp I have recently taken charge m many influential quarters, it is now able turn around and had fully 000 feet yet lionshamlt, chilblains, cams and to pay repair tbu and posimely cures piles, or Will train going North ,.12 J) pm llolel and intrml cd. It is guaranteed to rive perlaet sstislaeiror, slanJatd. Spci.il lepin it at lis pratiRt high to travel. Tho spectators woro struck Smith I'uUmaM VeMihah! Buffet .! ....134pm to confound ifs opponents by tho inconutirntion jivin to Hit trltas trs and PullPrice 15 cms per ko. Express train " South man IlurTct Chair Cars ua all trains through to ...t 13am testable evidence of ltd fruits. with awe, expecting every moment to or money retunded " " " North for sale by A R. Pinny, Stantord, Ky. ., ...247 am Cbicuro without change. As .Mr Curwen observes, in this see the animal dashed to atoms by a fall. Local Freight North Cm via tba .Mono and V t thi Mast far the 6 jq a m Firsl-Clas- s South- Now fully mindful of his danger, it was. motiej. Per information address Tho First Stp. ...5 tap m jubilee year there are hundreds of musiThe latter trains also carry passengers, IAS. RAKKKK.n. P. A., Chu s. cians who have successfully climbed the remarkable to note tho instinct with Perharts von arc run dawn, cin't eat. can't (11 Alio your connection The above is calculated on standard time. Solar ladder W C. CRl'SII, D. P. A . I "UM.i'le can't think his father placed for them bnelii.- - which the nninml stepped cautiously sleep,linn, and yen can't do anything toyou, ov wonder vhai tin time is about o minute fatter lors and doctors of music, fellows of the from one tie to another. should heed the warning, you ,u taking the hrst Pool and Billiard .IP ilf AKF r.iilMi.. .. need a nerte siep College of Organists, associates of the He had just reached that nnrt of tli tonic into rersous prostration. wYostfind theexact and Electric Hitters you ill or Royal Academy of Music, vocalists and trestle above tho Union Pacific roadbed trmrdv for restoring vuur iicrv.is system lo its Surprising iculu normal, healthy londttlnn performers of repute. Mr. Beu D.ivis. when ho became dazed nnd missed hi l.illow tho useof this Nere Tonic ami Ailrallve. FOR CASH ONLY. mi: not many years ngo, was singing in tonic footing. His hind feot camrht in tlm tin ur aptM'litc return, g.vil digestion is testored may retain mA the liter and kidnes resume health) action Finding that I can unt make a decent Uvin bv sol-fchoirs, and ho constantly advises ami threw him, so that tho rear portion Try bottle, l'mo 30 cents at A. K. 1'cnnj s doing a credit business, hate decided lo n all opera singers who wish to read at sight of his body overhung tho framework of druu a youthful color, ut my Hurv. lu;gy ami watM maki and repsirmc for cash, and for cash nnljto learn the system. the immense bridge, while ho held himlly and beauty, pavinc; cash A doctor of music who graduated the self by his foro feet. Tho scene was a A Llttlo Olrl'8 Exporlonco In a Light well as avoid ) the can ret work of done cheaper as Houuo. huml.ialioa hating suiesninis It dally other day at ono of our universities testi- sickening one, and the spectators looked Mr and Mrs. Loren I'rescott arc keepers ol the presented eter few weeks lleach, MUh , WALTHRl'IKLtlS. fies that without tho tonic system every moment for tho fatal fall. Sud- Got Lichthouse at Sand years eld. Lastnail urf April TutHersttlle, Ky a daughter blessed with Loohvilic a NaaHViitc R. n he does not think he could possibly have denly, with a powerful lunge, the animal the was vtith dmvo with4 inemU-s- followed with a taken done tho work. Such authorities as Dr. throw his body toward the trirl nn.l dreadful lough and tiirnins into a letcr. Doctors at li. mc and at Detroit treated her, but in tain; Is the line f r jo i, as us Helmholtz. of Berlin; Sir Johu Herschell. managed to regain his feot. site was a mere she grew worno rnjHUty unt Mr. Bosanipiet, General Thompson, Dr. Again he started on his perilous walk, "handful o' m ' Then si tried Dr Kinc's It New Disco. j uiid alter two Bridge, Mr. Henry Leslie, Lord and when within a few feet of tho end of bottles as completrly the useofThr and a half say Dr, cured. Mke dote umiiei ti ins at Mr. A. J. Ellis and many others tho bridge fell again and was caught in Kind's New Dulon try is worth us wvihlin gold may Ket )uu a trial bottle free at A R et ou Wc will deliter ice each rrornlag as (oilows: not less noteworthy have given their much the anno manner. Martin Scully Penny's drug store. a and LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI 'A sanction to tho svstem. started to tho assistance of tho animal ffr all pwnts Under 50 Pounds cents, over new growth with a rope, but tho horse wns so clov) Mllon' Norvo nnd Ltvor PIHb 50 and under 1001 cent, over THRDL'C.H TITKHN sot D UIKot .11 the liver, a new Don of Copperhead. In to terra firms that he made an effort to Acton liA(H,.(i: ClllCKKt) of hair Iwwels ihrouch the nerves. Anew 100 $s of a cent. John Saley, a deaf and dumb boy of regain his feet nnd fell to tho sloping stomach and Dr Miles' Pills speedily cute biliousdiscovery For ary itif rmsti n er Mire,'' Pittsburg, went out with the intention of bank, just ft short distance below. IIo ness bail taste, torpid liter, pilis, ceusilpauon. J A I. ,K1 I MHI Agett. Unrqu.ilrd for picking raspberries. He had about filled then rolletl down the bank for about mildctl, surest men, women, children. Smallest, M. F. & CO., Htty doses 15 cents. Samples W.W PIN.V.Tr.v I'j.. Aent Lowells his pail, when his attention was attract- twenty-fivfeet. His mouth nnd hoof free at A. R. lVurty's J ti n t, Kv ed by an unusual motion in the bushes were badly bruised in the struggle, but Ky. near him. A moment later a monster otherwise he was uninjured. Olympic V A. S. copperhead snako appeared from under (Wash.) Tribune. ft buslL Before the lad could move the SURGEON DENTIST. When Baby vws sick, wo gnro her Cnstorla, A Postage Stump Museum. snake had coiled itself and leaped at him. Office on Main street, over W. B. McRoberts At ieuna a liostairo stnmn nmsMtm When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. Drug Store, Stanford. mo biroKo was snore, out some or the green poison from its fangs fell on Saley's has been oivned to the public. The When sJjo became Mls, sho clung to Costoria. && .BtV 1 C. 'rmLMrJ 9B& jrftj trowsers. The boy became paralyzed museum will be open to visitors dailv When sho had C1U1 'ren, alio cro thetn Costorlv jm r If 1 it i c. d. and gratuitously. In one room aro shown with terror. A moment later the reptile had formed its deadly coil again, and chronologically all stumps of which DENTIST. once more leaped forward to strike. It specimens exist from 1810 to lbOl. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, li'97,5!fTOH Among tho iostal curiosities shown are upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless measured the distance with fatal accurballoou letters, pigeon post aud subacy, for tho deadly fangs were buried extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. deep into Saley's right leg. The pain marine post letters as they were sent , aroused the boy from his terror nnd he during the siege of Paris in 1870. A jumped jext'.rz THE SHELTON HOUSE, on to tho back. The snake strovo to hold very collection oftoforged stamps is also 1 'fC'ty r.i lie Oj)or Tou a .'.Vm.-f- y ic ' interesting VktLuJ& . AfflJSir&i tho collector. Anion leg. Then tho boy fainted from sr.'ifr'i nt.rf btifrlj to the curious objects shown are letters of fright D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, JMm-wmi)J.ifr of Mother und C.i.f. 0 .Makir.2 dirrtK' nc. i ri in Central l tuou ds Neighbors ran to tho spot just in time tlie Authropophagi 111 the Dutch Indies, - pieces of wood covered with hinm. to IiruVOtlt tllo pmmorlii.ni! fiv,,,, cU.'l..'.,,. FRIEND summit MiSt Lo is, hitt Pon.t., Chita;.. it again. Ono of the men seized a club and Kb'l'kics, und iostcards which have mado IMroil s tl.t.UBd accommodations at reasonable rates. .ttal, Itobt lonflnemont of lis udiana Mis and the West, Open day and night. Sample room and good Hvry tt smu uiutt uroKe ine snaico.-- iwiclc as mo tour ot tne world. For one of tliesw J'aln, Uorrvr and i.'fsAr. Caaada, New Knglao l. in connection. it was recoiling. Tho reptile measured witn n penny stamp, which took 110 AfteruslnK'.nebcUl'nf nJotlier'-- J'rlend" I New eleven feet. A physician cauterized tho days to return to its starting point, an JutTervilliui little t'kiU,enliii iu.i thai u. ...; In ucl . aso. Jlrs. aftrwrtrd Washington. wek IMItiBiore, PsiiUd.lr wound, but the oison had jnetrated offer of 1,000 florin-- has been made. Ax.sic Uaoe, UMiiar, Jlo., Jan. 1Mb, 11. I.i.ukest time to llarmj.hurg. Iraoifort. Kthn. There is also a case with a collection the boy's system. Investigation showed by s.iprs. char?a prepaid, on revlf t of Ktchmoad, MKOIS'IA Shori..t ltl4 ;rlce, 1.30 -r in del" - l llxthers inatll free. Situated in a.beautlful valley on Dlx Ritcr, about that young Saloy had wandered into a of all the coins struck during tho Em (Juickast line lo llati e rem the Cam im.i)rii:i,u iinai (JA, i.ai'oii co.t meirlal l!"tl, Ivr, my llat'etlo Sbiptrrmmiate la 4J4 miles east of Stanford, near the county read den of am pibpared peror l rancis Joseph's reigu. Tho finest a. copperheads.Cor. Philadelphia ATLANTA, leading from Goshen to the Stanford and uiesaswejias gentlemen in anytun ir t"ey usay object in the collection is believed to ! pike, will be open for those seeking a Press. 6'1U LY ALl. lUlO USrS. wtih in ! line. CluK.r.u aito waited no tail t S.lid Trains, hagait ears, smoklni; an and and hea'thful Summer Hesort. a Dundee stamp, worth 500, and n Chim "nine. JKiiSh THOMPSON, caches. Pullntsn !r Sleepers tbroush accommodations will be furnished to gue;ts Chinese mid Their Ilurl.ils. of Good Hopofatainp valued at 100. The ojI chaeice via Chaitais.Ofa, HirsniaKham, with. and, u the Sprinjrs have been very recent')' open. r,o The Chinese of this citv nml Now Vm-ict, tne terms win tie reasonaoio Among tne ma coauerili w'n" " Ltnctibatand en ,oal (or Knot, exhibition comprises ii.OOO.OOO ville, AsheviUe, point m the .. other objects connected with tho .t 7c.auK ; .rrfc-rvi ?a notified The season oi i8)i will open with a iuiwjpre-- s uius cemetery instead of in1 post. London Queen STANFORD. KY.. eS!v Grand Picnic J one 19. Terms for board can be the Wllieterv of the fiv..r?.tw ,. l..,a lor Ailnu. Colamha. had by addressins ' 'sT, !'"?. COI-FEY- , been their custom. This action is said w"re lv""le Aitirn All ills i.ire. " ti;i-V COOK, Pror., Stanford, Ry. au.uu. h i r,rA'kcc"5r-rhi""""'u4'-,"- ' to bo taken because the Evergreens Many exnmples are known of women 4 cemetery officials have increased tho dressing as men, but until lately no caw !" M S'V d tTKsi and r.ftirnUhed. ,. .nv Co. prico of graves from ten to twenty dol- - ,m3 uee" known of a man going about lars eacn. uiioy have purchased an acre disguised as a woman. A man named OF STANFORD, KV., I d A ( 1 toils long hit oi frwnds. bpecial accoasmi"!.- VU.VhUVV trims ij MontjonKrv, Hunttvil'i of ground in Cypress Hill cemetery for Signol, seventy-tw- o I fears old, ompluyed tionfor comaiertialtratelcr and tine rooifr iVf; will. ' JffK i H r.rt, Me- hi. ani Ann organized and ready for business with $1,000 and will have cheaper rates in the as cook' was taken to the hospital of the di.ploy of samples. la now fully ft, i, y0. s""''' J" sounivlioasu madrit ion MvA, ORV& I M at J''e Uuttt ItSi .. . luiuro. ine Clitneso allege that twenty Di1Hl ""onie, I'ans, buttering fromgat-dollar- s fm (..tJB A Frst-- C ,,A; Austin, Qmnth" Saloon up Capital of - - $200,000. is too much to pay for a grave ' tr'3- Jaid Mistaken, on account of hu for a woiuru, he was taken to tho And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. VWn WW iSnrplus, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFnni.MsV 15,000. which is tenanted for only five or sir S'years, as every Chinaman makes a con-- wanl reserved for members of the weak-tra""" " ""' The onlv through Hr e o j Aai Yukshuri. M.st bhrevep. rt , mt.ir. ,tr with the company that employs er 8o:E- When they found out the mis-hi1 (,nc without omnitMis trat.urtur hn'.lM Frtsorih SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Uiie ke was put into another ward, under which the company agrees to ' Ausim San AnloniB. F.1 P,. rl .. irttsui UANK OK STANFORD, DR. W. B. send his body back to Chimi. This Tho strangest thing about tho whole TEXAS, ARIZOHA.MEXICO.CALIFORKIA. 12. same assets nnd under transmigration Now closing up) with the of bodies takes place one i cabo is that Signol says that he never I'ssr thn.uth nut enrret rauniy ma; and the same management. lul iBformttion (.all un Agent at J un. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are aj every five years, tho skeletons being woro ,nal "ttiro excepting on tho dav n Cut Kv OtT.ce South side Main street, in office recently HIANK V WoOI.LhV fully protected as aio depositors in National packed in tin case3 when tho proper .'ARTIST, oraddre.i llp was examined by tho consoil do time vacated by Dr. L. K Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Wmlcs, its shareholders being held individually nrt..1,T"'V '' Les.it.in. Kv D. The last shipment was mini,, vision in order to determine, whether lm I) t,. KDWARDS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Juble to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the only a short time ago. The skeletons was tit for military service. When he u v r A.. '"m ,a"'r Has (i llarb-- r Shop on Mam street, amount invested in such shares. It may actas Cincirnati, () DR. I.. H. COOK, Purtwan House, ami invites 1 share tf your was seventeen years old lie went ns a executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as men came from bomo of tho old gravr-pauonagc Prompt ti aninditiduul. servant girl to a farm in in the cemetery of the Evergreens. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, special attention 10 attentionand outside tails and ladies il.ildrir Work To those who entrusted their buisiness to us in the latcit ttTle with neatness and disIIo remained there eleven years. Ho while miueitiir the Lincoln- - National Bank ol Brooklyn Eagle. STANFORD, ICY. patch, Stanford, we wc here tender our many thanks and learned to took at Caen aud went to trust they will continue to transact their business Paris, where he wa9 employed as cook Otfi e over Mt Roberts' Drug Store Residence "JJIjUJO OJtfcrt UOLTUMC." Tho Gniclnutrt Didn't UnilcrsUinl. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenThere aro many arsons who think it for forty years either in private families James II Owens' property at the junction ol tion to same, our twenty years' experiencecon-in Tho ShortoBt and Quickest Route from DantiUe piles banking and as liberal accommodations as are about time to conduct tho commence or in boys' schools. Paris Letter. Central Kontucky to all polntu North sistent with sound banking ment exercises of Harvard university i. Bant, West and South-WonPv Uniform for Uiiiploj os. UtHECIOHS: HOUSE, New port New s Mistissipni Valley Co English itibtead of in Latin. Tho Unobotwoon Lexington nnd Clncln-t, D. Williams, Mt. Vernon; A Bristol storekeeper donned a whito J.J. of the auciout custom cau.sed Si!id Yeatii ull Trains to F. D. niLEY, Proprlotor, 'THROUGH TRAINt CINCINNATI IO MID J. M. Hall, Stanford; much nmuHjmeut for those present, ior duck coat, and was so pleal with tho DLLiHjROUGH and JEI.L1C. Philadelphia J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; when President Eliot closed his Latin effect that he ordered all of his employes London, - - - Kentucky. ij J. Embry, Stanford; Baltimore, Now York, to wear white duck coats during busiSCHKDULK IN lJFFLCT MAY remarks by inviting tho nenior cla.s to ,0,,, J. E. Ljnn, Stanford; am bettei I have to mount the platform to be presented witn ness hours. Rather than obey tho order prtpartd movedevermy new Hotel and the public. All points East and atheist. A. W. Carpenter. MilWdjcviUa; ... . No I. No. "f Nn . to than twoflof tho clerks quit work. Neverthe- Good Livtry attached accommodate Only one mit out Irom Lexinnton, detheir degree, not a man btirred. andetery couvamene J. K.Daughraan, Httstosttille; "Corrected Time Card In Ltlict May 18, ifyi. S--l Dally less, uniforming goes on anions btoro sired. Uite me a call. F.x su ..... u ... Whi.n tho .1 J. F. Cash, Stanford ; FRANK RILEY. 77 Lve Cincinnati ... f " t ee p ni 3 o pm William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. B'r Is: mlA- railroad hands, waiters Chief .Marshal Cumnock started un tho Lve Cotiiitttn... III a m' 8 ot p ml 3 t p m Jnnt Jloiiml. Lve Falmouth, .., 9 i! " i 9 16 p m1 )i platform steps, but a pull from behind. ' ,luu.ce4 m.nlm(st eVor-- v occupation !Mit Mail leaves I.uiinvtnn S.IL Shanks, President. ..lu ., fn nm. Air Paris a mio 13 wll0ra it is durable that the public DR. 10 p m Winchesters J D. Owsley, Cashier riven by a less LIN M. CRAJGr, Ashland u 15 ii. Mt Sl.rHiiir ti.Oht. liitf 10 Arr Liiwicton... 11 it p ra 00 p m' 7 uo p ra clnssmnt.. p in ii ib pn, Callettsburi; u.sl, arriving at 6hould recognizo tho employes. I W. M. Iiright, Teller. The too mnfli fnr i.im ..,i Z Lvrparis Huntlnjton i.jo pm IM1J1S.U IU f," B , r .,rtf,,l.w. ti aj a . ,,.:,,! ii'iui Homeopathic ftiysicmn, J. H. lliii,'hman, General uowu again. A .' i.imiii express leaves Miimtim daily at 6 it Arr Wtnchestar.. " lo P i, & broad motion of tho .......,.v yj, vvuiuoihn a uusiuiiiLT tor a "jof-nn, it im nisinr 7 00. clerk has led to rather embarrassing bit- - STANFORD, Merlin 7 30 Ohte Hill Arr Itichmond.... IS P i 7 Ii p ui M. band from Prosident Eliot (given in Eng-- , - - - KENTUCKY oj, Ashland 10 ja Catleltsbiirj; 10 41, arriving at Arr Lancasttr..... 4 si P m lish) finally pm Arr Stanford hiin to continue, uations in many a store, and clerks who Ortice Ho.irs 10 to la a. m.J to p m.j to Iuntinton at 11 07 Hailv. .... ..w. NATIONAL BANK! and thus thoimliiced followed to AccoiiinHHlatioa. object to being uniformed have the sati nn.ani :imi. lent OS Lve Richmond ... ' class iV receive isfaction of knowing i.exinioii at 5 4! pin, Win. h.'tlr 7 10, Mt. bter- - Arr l.ltlnKion.... i JJ P m ..... S P m that without their Om e on Lancaster street, oppositecourt house li"kf 7 4s. arritingat Olive Hill at 10 pm theirdegree3. Boston Saturday Gazette. OF STANFORD, KV ye .Middlcsiioro r yj .Z. uniforms they cannot bo distinguished AccomninilttioH, dally except Sunday leases ijj-- . L xinirton nt .Dam pm, .Mt from their employers. Philadelphia InA Itoolc Ac)iit' Suit. So. 4. No. a. Daily luave Hill 4s nm' Ne I ! bterliiiif s 05 pin tailettliuix 9Ohtearritot 6 Hunt I Atiimnu 4 am, S200,OCO Charles V. Dutnout. thecrenoralmrpnt quirer. Stock aj. ington 9 35 am, Lte Middletboro for the BriUmnica, com-nw,i iiuiute.. l.ve I.itingstoti... ii! am f 16,500 !f"cei1 Eucyclopaidia JoseIlh M. Haw-- 11 AVfit Hound. Surplus TO TAX-PYKIIS OK LINCOLN COUNFast Mail leaves Huntington .Lilly at fioo am, Arr Richmond... 114 am During tho hailstorm at Palmyra .'" TY: I am prepared tocollect you taxes for 1S91. Jf rtie Attention of the public is incited to the fact side attorney, to re-- I day some children at play on a stoon I have school tax to collect lor is distncle. Catlrttsburg 6 s, Ashland 6 37, Olho Hill I Jo, Mt Lve Stanford .. 7 00 am jj?JS ZZZZZZT. Bank in Stanford. cover ,,000 Come prepared to pay all at one time. I hope bterliin; 10 7, Winchester 11 03 and atrltes Lve Lancaster.... 7 30 a in hat this is the only National damages for an alleged ; brushed un a Wo will try to bo first to settle at 13 oj pm. that et cry Air Kicliiaond,... Under the protisions of the National Hank Act. nnt.rv n , depositors are secured not only by the capital legal restraint ot liberty. Limited hxpruis leavot Huntingtnn daily at ao Lve Richmond. It seems that stones as they fell and put them on a with me or one of my deputies vn: Richard M. m 6 46 m'. pm, Calletttbunr stock, but by the stockholders liability lor nn Newland, Sniuuel , Mcnefee 39, Ashland 150, Olive Hill Arr Winchester.. " 40 P m 6 oj a SUt - plnt0 t0 Uich b,lt P ' of melthig he nt?1'1 .. 35 a ml amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of iSdl? 3 01, Mt. 4 ji, Winchestt r 4 jj and arrives J. N MKNEFKK, " , tl10, E,"'C1Arr I'ans P m 7 4j a m' at I.exinijt, at 5 30 11m. Sheriff ol Lincoln C. this institution are secured by a fund of$.joc,ouo. pud... to an stones remained, and upon examination Accommodation, dally ex'ept Sunday, leases Lve Lexiugton Five sworn statements ottneconuiuou 01 tne uann v m 7 00 am 3 4S p m " that all of the hail ytar the United 5"?; Th0 Olive Hill 4 am. Mt. Sterling 6 it. Winchester Lve Paris 3 , P m 7 .ire made each assets toare examined Stttes p ra Lte Falmouth... 4 45 p rn 9 53 a m 4 as p m at statedtimes uieiua not ueuigmatio Air. Uumont went formed around white stones about tho its 7 13 and arrives nt LcxiiiKtiMi at 1 05 am. 10 WAH-TIIT- G. 3 t 30 aci.os-.r-t uiatlou ilaily leaves Huntington at 6 35 Arr Covington. . &y government agents, thus securing uddititoual 5 40 p m 10 4 a in after the books, but was informed by size of peas, und in several ihero "37 P m andperfect safety to depositors. nm, CallcttsburK 65;. Asl.laml 7 10 and arrives nt Arr Cincinnati . i 50 p mliocc a m 6 were 41 P ta Olive Hills 55 pm. Kxcnpt Sunday leases Jit This institution, originally established as the Jlr. Hawthorne that the attorney owed fine shells. Most of tho stones were .. .. . Sterling at ao pm, Winchester Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1S5S, then him, nnd he iutended to keen tho books transparent and of a 55 and arrives a Persons are hereby forbidden to fish in my laic, I esmnton at a iS6 and blue as the National Iiank ol Stanford 4 pm " hell Mr. Dumoilt ' Rnvcml nnrtlna iti .nr.i.o whito color. a miles Wot of Wayncsburrf, under the penalties the Kirst National Bank of tosecuro himself. .- ,.1. jgtm prescribed fjr sm.h trepas Limited Vesliluleil Express runs daily nnd rat has had practically an Suntord in undertook to leave the room tho door was place report that they also Pullman Vestibuled Ilufftt Sleepers between JAMES McWHORTHR, obtained a existence of xi years It is better supplied ' Yoteuute, Ky. Lexington, Washington, New York and V. .i .un.. ..., m The,e ,ra,n ar now vith tacilities lor transacting business prompt locked. Mr. Dumoiit thereunon Dnul nnnniv ,.f n,. -'"-... i.uu o.iuiia, mm , '." Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the daily except Sunday ,P n iyjnd liberally than eter before in its long aud tlw. ltnl..c tl,v.tnl, .... vln.-- ii.iuaom ami tnoy are all tnvst tied to know where ...w celebrated honorable career. Accounts of corporations, firms and individuals respectfully solic- - squeezed himself through after them, they came from. Oswego (N. Y.) PallaFa V. LIME AND BRICK. Hence the suit. St. Paul Pioneer Press, dium. LMi"10" t0 CIncinnau. No. , run! East of Huntington on the C. A' O. Route. The Directory of this Hank is composed ot rast Mi lull rains run iiauy except .Sunday be- nmlTO l,.a,lj" from a" 'tations excopt the "I". J, Foster, of Stanford; I will deliver I i le at jj Cents a Ihishel in Lantween Lexington and Huntington, Make diiect Full In I.nvu nt Nl.iety-ouo- . Last year the total receipts of the New D.,VMl00' w,,ich u No ?Ui itouuua), . Forestus Rcid, Lincoln county ; connection at Huntington with C A' O. ; at Ash 3 J'y except Sunday. caster, Stanford and the neishborhood. A farmer of Wayne, Mich., ninety-on- e York iKistoftko were $0,3S0,520.2 1 aud Jjltsf t r 11, urten. Stanford: . land, wuh S. V. R ; at Winchester with K. C. R. , ... 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexlnutn,, I will also h ad on cars at Crab Orchard, Ilrick j,.....-- laughraan, Lincoln; R. nottl- and south bound, and at Lexington with the total expenditures 2,470,UoS.0l, in- years old, and worth $30,000, lost his 4J aris and I.exlnirton Accommodannn .1... .o. a,c S. II L & N., L. S. and C ,N. O. .V T. P. Railroads. Lux,l,Bon 10.00 a. m Arrives Paris cluding SI. 121,031.20 expended for free wifo four years ago. Last spring ho saw at 75 cents a hut dred. Give me a chance. ? Lexini(ton and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, ,n .,3 ., Ill M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; FRED KHUEGER, Crab Orchard. ijomi tue street n pretty brunette twentv delivery service, giving a net rovenuo of . So. 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leates except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and S T. Harris, Lincoln; Cincin from K. C. points and at Lexington with L. A: N. "ef,i,S0,fndmay. Arr'VCI 3,010,101.03, and exhibiting au increasi , two years old, becatno ennmored, ob-i- n daily J. S, Hocker- Stanford; ' R. R. for Louisville. T. 1 G. A. Lackey, Licceln; the total receipts of the otilco over tho Mned an introduction aud proposed. She No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 600a m. Lexiucton und Ml. Sterling Accnmmnilxitnn Arrives Cin- runs uany except aunuay, aim makes illrect conT. P. Hill.Suulord; spurned him, when ho offered to make previous year of ijaJOS. 13. Dealer in Foreign Ar Domestic nection at Winchester to and from Middleslwr-oui;- h W. G Welch, Stanford. his will in her favor. This failed and and Richmond, nnd at Lexington with L. S. W.P.Tate, Stanford. Don't persist in repeating "Phowl how o offered to deed her all his property, AND LIQUORS, Ur. for Louisville. in regard to rates, routes. Iror full information hot it is!" Everybody, iucluding your--1 This also failing ho became crazy and OFFK'ERS Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines Scnn Ackerman's aud Milwaukee bottled or 10 self, is aware of the fact, and you should tried to hang himself. Then ho was sent beer, &East r. Si Hocker, Presiue Jefferson street, bet. Floyd aud 314 C. L. UROWN, ILE. HUNTINGTON, avoid trito utterances which are inovita-- ! t an insane asylum. He walks the halls Preston, LOUISVILLE, KY Steam lottled V. P. and G. M , G. P. A., Tralbc Manager, John J. McRottrts, Catliitr; Gen Past. Act beer, warranted 10 keep six months. My Roods Lexington, A. A. Mc Kinney, AssuUnt Cashier, bly boresome, besides beinsr indications of tho asylum moanimr for Ida ilnrlinrr will bt found a the Portman House saloon and' ueceiuio i S. F. n. MORSE, W b. HARRISON. G. V. HARNEY. , 0 of a narrow ranee of intellect. i ' Emma. Philadelphia Ledger. at rcrrin wc-.i60t. G. M., Lcxingiou,Ky. T, P. A., Ashland; Ky J Office Chamber ol Commerce lluifding.cincinn,,- Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Tim Toulr nl-f- .i Sj.Hiw. A 11 ?OBSALSI 1 sol-f- mmTMWii i. Ar - eit ramsHs house, wtll-kmw- n . 11 Sniuplc Room Parlors. ui-isf-- u . That Your its fullness, Mais rO'OHTK TaSEST, N a 1 horse-,hoeiD- c, 011 dress sol-f- a Jt-i- m mm C , Ayer's Hair Vigor cleanses tho scalp, cures humors, stimulates 1 Kay-leig- h, ICE. ICE li ELKIN Stanford, I Double In.ly Trains principle-regulati- ng Dr. J C. Ayer & Co. Mass. PRICE, e m$L ,T li jr. morgan, d. s. sta-- y n O tfoiiRg BSoibsrs pfiFInW irfT? LffpMruMinj 'n 1 ' Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 94-cm .., - 3 ' "MOTHER'S tii-t- s rwi(vrx I i I I . .Jipi-rlene- COOK'S SFHXNGS Preach-crsvill- York, Huston, 1 p- I o . qui-c- t, pleas-tu- First-cla- ss . ll-- uj - aJ gt-imi- PORTMAN HOUSE, ai ... ' I JOSEPH Th,.Hot-,.ren.ta,e- Pro'r. Farmers Bank& Trast $', am 4ht-j:- ,r3. v i UaVEOLLA. . rr mc. J t -- d1'. ass 1 VffSW'fW'WiU r3ftfiWj - WcrAr. '"f ' - - vfclT?t?rt.2Sm,V?tH f&1mKttf?&'Zr )st 1 - 1 ct - . Jtcn 1 j PENNY, ,,,' Dentist. II. FARMER, T0NS01UAL first-clati ( 1 11 .B. s cs-e- Kentucky Central R.R. THE KILEY OLD KY. ROUTE A-- t. ", 3 Washington, S- ! boum-tioiin- u IritHr-it,.,- , ... - ' - ( ' san-'uin- Hook-Keepe- r. i. ,...t ! JO 411 11 , .11 1 FIRST ! -- 1 JLm M . Capital ....- TA23S T4.2JS A tax-pay- er 11 Vlir-l,Sf-- r 1 Nerlh-Iloun- d. , S!J Fri-thoni- o. - il-- Le-In- st ! 1 ,f 1 11 govern-tncnta- nd ?J!l-S;h0ni0- 1 W it3 f0J ' , A 1 1 111 ij, uninter-cupt- ed A fidu-iari- es, ""... , .!... Lnu-isvlll- e, F. ioUn ft"0 0' 1 ly - - 7.!2IT.l, ""'" ' WINES ' .4 S3-- r."3v., w iflriir e . . c iS- - . mUmmmr t'fJ-.I U:- - ft if f atr MlffVi, d - 1 . . t. j