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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891082101 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. mmmbmmmaM aasafwaaawfrsjataaajcasasiriii - itwwmmftfffffffmiMtitiym 4- - I Semi-Weekl- y vol. XIX. HUSTONVILtE. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST 21. 1891. BAHBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. tes-ti-- l NO. 49 to Win. Dodd sold 10 cotton mult Marion county purtiw at 503. IS. C. Cow mi S totttnu! at 5100. Tito farmers' friend, J. H.Cioeu.lms iilvmit'fil price of wheat to 40 cuiitH.'und will k. ip jMne with the Chicago procue H'IJ l.ev. W. I.. Williams huld ii iwrles of services Ht Miuxey's Valley last week, whuh resulted In Hhoiit 30 mlditiotts to the membership. A very inUucstitit: protracts! meet-int Holier t'rt Chpd, HtriiiKtown, Mis. Ilwoch Hurk, of i lo.M'tl Init week. iorth Pork, Mistd Ur. Hmtwn, awl proved thu novelty of woman prwu-hea drawing curd. J, M. Uribbon.o! Adnrio, Ohio, ami Miss Annie Hell were niHrrid by Hev. of Mm John Kirk at tho resident Hell's parent, last Thursday evening. Mini Annie is n very handsome young lady, win deserves a model liosUind. Her marriage was a surprint to her near est relatives. of i Archie Urk'gs. a young vesicating turn, having hcnnl of the purifying ipmlitlcs of Are, concluded that element the tnotexHHlitioui ehhioos in the old log and. hastened to apply it last Monday. He found it a "dead hot," for not a thicken mite remains to hur.iss the poultry, and a few charred ends of logs mark the Kite of the ancient building. In seutdiing the ancient nWtutws of our state a friend discovered that our city was prior to l&VI untied Fartnlngton, hut by an net of the louMntine uhungMt to Hustonvillu and the voting plare at the house of Joseph Cooper Wo havn't been able to rind anyone old enough to recall the original name. "The Now Store" is frwdi iu memory of fliieh youngsters ni Dr. Ilrown and Hill Held, nnd the rout"it between Oarptm-ler'- s station and the New Store for establishment of tho voting place, even ttie potency of a good article of whiaky lit elections as far back as that trueglo a a barrel judiciously distributed prevailed atatlnst the station mid whisky then sold for about the same iigurc that a good article of eider does now. Hut Fartniiigtou wn never heard -- Sunday evening while in front of I hwu from reliable sources that T. The Common weuth closed its Wilkinson's Hotel, Dan Kidd, being, H. Arnold, editor of the Middlesboro mony m the Gentry case at 3 i m. on overloaded with periodical enthusiasm, Critic, is to soon start another daily In Wednesday, and sfter one witness' was awoiled Judge Myers with ahmw over a the "Magic City." Jut how Middles- - introduced for tin iMkik n... nn ..m W. IS. Cor. tH Jsc Vino, Cincinnati, O. former trouble, when the Judge got up Iwrough can support two dailies 1 am over to Thursday, when the reumiudir from Ills chair; Kidd had a tiawn pistol unable lo see. but Tom Arnold will lw of the evidenre wns concluded, Book-keepin- g, Type-Writin- g, Short-Han- d, and Hud ISihouy got between them mid on top as lontr as tliere is a straw to Gen. Landram's was knocked the pistol down, it going off to. The Suuday Critic is one of ceremoniously in vaded on Sunday night Business Practice. Correspondence, Clerking,- Commercial Arithmetic, and enturiug the lower part of the wall tLebritfhteat sheets in this part of the and six fine chickens carried off to parts of the hotel. It wae an unfortunate .Suite end Mr. Arnold has already com- - unknown. He is Penmanship and all Business Branches. iu no cood humor over ullorpleee to enthusiastic Sunday .School meiiceu the puomiitloit of an extra eut- - tms appropriation of his pronurtv with- t'p with tho Unif. I8G2. Lrjri nnd ilourishlnu. Twelve Establlahod for HuMnefcs I'urhUlts. ln the contldeiico of the IMilue( Conitnunlty. Fits thoroiiKlily buttinetti. Kidd waa arreetml and lodged tion which appeors on Wednesdays. oui uit Ktiowle.ie or consent, and hopes The ituilentfire in ilemuml ami lire alitrtl In srcurhiif cmioiiion. Tlir charges fuo In Jail to await his trial. Ada Sublet, of Horse Cave, that under the new constitution tiro- - reafotnihle. lionnl cun be luul In the clt5 nt low Azures. IMy nnd .Niht Hes'lons lken Ml ciitalogue C VV McGEE, Principal. Charlie Napier, a merchant of Scott-vill- Ky., wo ha been conducting a class in vision may Ikj made hy which ciiickc n ns promises. InvesttKiitionxollclted. Hend for t cam in lnot Friday to the iiisttumeiital music here for the past two thieves may he dispensed with EceiMn of his earlier dayi Among maI he Antiust mouths, left vesterdny for her home.1 term of the Garraid ny other viitois from Middleburg at Miss Hoberta Chinu, of Lsington, who CircuitCourt is progressing satisfactotily ten Jinn the Sunday .v4'liool work here ha- - been visiting the familyof S. H. Dish- Judge T. Z. Morrow presiding with life wo noticed the youthful fact of the J. M. HUBBARD, A. M, President. man for the Hist month, left Thursday accustomed dignity and ability. Joibxal i ii k HliiigjT at that for her home. Mis. Judge A. monwoalth's Attorney W. Herndon has 1891. placw, Virgil Coleman. Virgil is so exIC. Cook, of this place, is visititiu friends faithfully represented the State ami has it omoly young that the feathery down at Mt. Pleasant Hetitley Brothers mill-- secured a number of verdicts air.iinst h ill cortx ot Consul it ry .uid Norm it v lv "1 tea In rs S ip r .,r r0. rej m Literature, Music and , t irn.sheJ on application. has not yet mude a poreoptlble appear- strol troup was here u ednesilay and public oileuders. ludae liobinson nt Art. Excellent t'cmling dtpirimrnt Cawl ,.: i in. ance upon his foce, yet he wields a ready Thursday nights. Mrs. Joe S'ampsOin, pointed Gen. W. J. Li ud ram county atDen, ami is destined to make his mark. of this place, will visit Her daughter, torney pro tern, nud he has been assist-im- : Dr. Dickerhou, of Stanford, is now also Mrs. Hiram Jones, iu Laurel county next Capt. Herndon during the court. among us. Humphrey Heat was fined $20 for disweek. The county superintendent of coin- turbing public worship, and another C 15. BL.AKE3IAN, Terrific Rains in Madison and Estill. moil suhools informs us that the position young X was fined 2o and To lb l.ditor Interior Journal.) of teacher for the colored H'hool i this sentenced to 10 days imprisonment for Winston, Aim. IT. Very heavy rains curving concealed deadly weapons. place, it leiug a rive months school, is The h. t.inril Aftn. SIQiiFnrH Maltf A riilnii. fn. Ihi.Mith iii.lr h.. )iuh m .! n.. 1it still vacant. At tin July examination fell iu Madison and Kstill counties .Sun- Hoberta case is set for Wednesday, tho good, and wc would huic its pat'uns and Iriviidt that no piint will he spirl to m.untaia its former) high standard m no colored appliniut applitl for exami-- I day afternoon and niuht. At night a iMthinst. Hons. W. G. Welch, H. C. WarThe couri( Mudy will include all brancln-prepare fir the Freihman class in Cop nece4ar-tt or cloud-buint any rate ren and I M. McIloberlP, from Stanford, lege and at the same time will be arranged to mpft tne want of thoitf siklnv a lirst clas t'.i;lUh c nation for certificate, and at the August For thot who may desire to fit themselves for business, a special course In arithmetic aifd, X examination, only two apphod, and they nn unprecedented down pour of water, are here; also Hons. K. P. Jacobs and H. book Veeplnz will he marked out . n . ..mw. .r.. an puit nc Jt C" IUi ..uiu wfw...j i.i. were from Lincoln and both failed. swelling the waters of Muddy and of Hardin, from Danville, ami Hon. Jno..S. cm on irtaiuay.irjttrn XUCUUXii.kJiat TEHMS: The Into examination for white teachers Drowning Creeks into rivers, thu latter Hhen, from Hu.tsellvillc. (For five months, payable quarterly in advance, with reasonable dcdnclion for protracted reeiiltotl ns follows . Three obtained '2nd of which rushed madly out of its clian-tiu- l, Primary Department $u"o over its banks, and ran with wild ; nine received Jkl class, cIum MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. 17T50 Intermudiato Department and two atMindoued tho examination he-- nnd torriilic fury through the bottoms Clussical Department SO Samuel, a son of John Patterson, I'ici'lertal Fee and from hill to hill, sweeping fencing 1.00 foie its akifo. while riding on n now patented horse. On Friilay evening last "the Revs. nnd everything belore it. i lie growing fel1 a,ul ,,roku Ids arm near the elbow. - eorn.und it was very flue nud promising Je Wakteii and A. C. Hopkins ojtonDopartmonta UNIVERSITY of Study, Ci .ssi(.AL,!Liii.sTiric, ComjL.- wl a heries of meetings devoted to the indeed. Iwfi as fiat on the ground as ifaj11 nftS P0"lt! t'"e before medical aid immbiLiii be given him, but the little fellow Sunday School cuiiho at the Chrfetian heavy roller had been running over it Cld A Full Faculty or a .!c ai expcren.e.! in nn dcparlmcnt. e.i a Richmond, the tn:r.ipl.ical centre or the Staf, in the heart of the region, t rioo.feet chinch, at this place. The exercises for a week, as far as I could sue up and " better now. ea, fiec frori la.aria, .1 fi ln.urs 1.) rail fnm L&.nUe, CinciimMti. J. Iioxville and 'eeter, Tapscott it Co. are pushing ahoe the Kenned andhpit..'ie mmunity and students f.nd consisted ot evangelical ami iustltute down Dmwniug Creek, some of it wash-- 1 homes in the best families nnd Alem-ctilings through regardless of weather or rial Hall work, iuterseraed with charmim; music ed entirely out of tho ground, while Irom Attendance t session 4 ,i,than 2j States, Territories and commit. much of it I was told is covered deeply temperature on the new houses that ate NOW Gymnasium ioo,o. added to the end iwment last ear. A tine interest was awakeneil and the Elghty-tWthe benefit ('') ms.i. witli mud, and is Hourly if not entirely neing mult on Race street. This is tho Expenses inoderate $i;j t $n"r lor tuitln of worthy, poor youn ernnt attention. ineelingH were largely utttuded. Tho washing'and newstrcpt that has been made and joins Next Session opens m t.uiei.ij-- , sepiemner board, , um-9, i)i meeliuKs cIo.mhI at noon on the sabbath a total lost. With thu fencing For citalogm apply to L H BLANTON, D. D. Chancellor. left anywhere in all the Main and College. with a crowded uouo. Hro. Hopkins is scaiuly a ' Al Royalty and Steve Goodman, ti.o not only n splendid Bingst, but he i n lonj; lines, the surface soil in many chainpiou of Cufey, have1 WHshed away, with holes scooped som: writer and musioalcompoMrof tine j)aci out here and there deep enough to bury quit all other ntlairs of life and nro ability. their attention to the sport., of hefore. The Casey Teachers' Institute opens a horse and with huge heaps of Tliey so both nij;ht and day and repoit heavy trees, loi, fence raila and i at this place on Monday, August iilfct. DANVILLE, KY. A distinguishes! eltisten of the croji iu nn abundance, but your Ousuy, Mr. Kilns Kidd bus about J. W. Xuwwmu, profaftor of theory and other tl'Kitini; matter, crossed, pilwl, Ne.vL Scjst. 9, has been unable to see cither hair sml cnlMiiKled, it uives to the completed a handsome new residence, practice in the Normal Department of or hide of one. With a lull co.irseof sindy, V'Oth Hnjlish andClassical While the cmirse of mstructni'i i espccfal-lin which he bus Iwon sleeping of late, the Suite University, at lxiiiKlon, has rcen UuKhnc tlhls of yestonlay a picClass, it is inter led at th- - same ttn.e tJ f irnislua adipted tn " ''' for Dr. J. V. DJekerson wems to I e liberal Knglishpreoare y i.ik any who ttie Frchm.in conneLtion with the Academy 'Hie loss of the lesiro it. In education tu "baching" during it 'been employ! to conduct 'the samo. ture of as he has been for bad luck. Last sprinp he at- -' - 3D erection, and ban Iwn the bos work- There will h life iu Liberty then. An prowin crop, with tho labor and ex- cordiu c& lECome to promise ordered n fine cold reman. A few afternoons since he left for Iustituie is always a success' here, as fur pense of rebuilding tint fences and watch for his phi, but owing to son-Has been estali'isbed in the home and un ltr the r"m,n!U contrcl of the Principal. RenLir stujy Hustonville, avowedly to make n run on as industrious work Is concerned. One moving the drift .vood and rubbibli, will the and anii thr supervision Failing' reason is, that notwithstanding whatever multiply the dttmapes to very consider- iwuliar circuinstnnces it failed to reach houra under the are core tiledolwith Principal ed n aliCiul adBlit.ics.restraints and g cMimcnt of a the best Christian home the Imuk to pay oil' hie hands. him or tho girl either although sent l.v For iurther in regard to botrd, t nt,. n, etc , : lrcto sleep alone in t lie now building that other short comings Liberty is uillictcd able amount. I hear of one barn wusl- iexpress. A few days apo he made o seta JAMES B. WALTON. Principal. DnnvlPe, Ky. night, as usual, hw feelings can be itnag with, she treats the teacher with resjiect ed away on Drowning Creek, ar.d that of lllu teL'tl far persons ami had them uied wlieu he entered next morning and ami takes an interest in his doings. We the Kentucky River had swept from rwu,-lor lhvery, when he for some found an axe and club leaning acaiust nnve wiieu aen crowueu iiomea in ineirii their moorhms most of the ferry boats and other smaller vowels along her ressoii lelt the room and in his absence his bunk Mr. Kidd has no doubt that oxercfees, tbief entered and rolieved him lwnks, among them the ferry boat at his failure to go home that night is all them, H. Danvillk. Palter vine, forming the river link of the Irvine' that saved J mine Henry Onmuitx u profMiu J. I. Cask, (Hickory Grovo Farm, home A certain youm: lady of tin's town ?xi Hacltic, Vls.,wys: "Alter try In? of itable, if unpleasant, prof&Hionni job as had his ripht let; broken iu two places and Richmond pike. At Drown ville, wll ,s i W"? 5w'fevt,Sui4Mklkv every known remedy, I removed n Inrjto liuiicli of music and is capable of I undertaker. Tom Trice claims that tho while atteiiiDtiriL tn coiiiiuer an unrutv whore Drowning Creek is spanned by a lTiiiiCTJi' two years standing, from a 3 year old tllly, of ' mrjy producing the liuest of qualities, en a , with threo applications of J2! axe was tnken from his woodpile, and hort.o. Tiie itoyle County S. S. Conven- - bridge of this pike, the water was in the tion convenes at Scudder's dwelling houses and moved the post nnd J.vt-'l-t herself by taking her usual even-ro- il recognised the club as one he saw in the r o Chapel. A horse belonging to A. J. Rico fence buck of them from the creek, '' pmutice upon the keys ofjthe hands of an individual the day before through the high fill in the ,neIlt' While doing so some young men was Mi tick by lightning. ii cut . J. llarlun Itlstliebestpreparatlonlliavccvoriii lcrli ard so said. of. 1 heurtlly recommend it to all llorsiijc.j. am Logan nnd wife, of Middles-boro- , hits purchased a iialf interest iu Carroll pike, through the bottom to the bridge, bt't" t0 tlra" 'gh until the yard,; :&.&? XVA M'ehave hundreds of wh tcstlmonlut are. iu on a visit to relatives. Miss Reid's livery stable. The "sugar trade" 011 tho opposite side of tho same, was fa"1'1' aml ate "'ere lined with patient, V" PTlrc,St.."50 per linttlp. Askyourdrui:v,'tforlt. Iflm Maggie .McN'culy, daughter of Hev. Jas. grows apace will: the hot weather, and broken near the nbutmunt nnd n cut ' listeners, when n iiurce dog came out to Vl vitpi's ii'iusie,tauiiiorMivir.i' rtriUiM j. Tho' H. McNealy, of Nashville, is visiting at soveral Imrrels come by every train. Tho made requiring several wagon loads of enforce the law on tresspassers. W. 11. i:i)l)Y & CO., AVhitclmll, X. V. ?,fcT3AM:MXT,; thinking they woie needed some-- i Mr. Hen Hoyd and grand jury would do well to investigate rock to till it o vehicles or a horse oven Mr, Hugh Imogen's. ilU'lIUIintli"ll1tlMIIIIIIIIM family areat Dr. P. W. Ipm's. A par- the buiinehs. The painting and repairs could pass tins morning. 1 hear of no wl're else, did not take time to explain ty at Dr. 1. W. Logan's iu honor of on the First Presbyterian church have hws of lifn vet. Tho cteek was never matters, mu scattered in various three tl01,i whilo the uog was chewing tho Rub. Knoxvtlle guests was given Thursday bon completed and services will be hold known to Im s high befoie. booin ot" their punts. I was able to night Minor Vmiarsdell, of llurrodn-httr- g. next Sunday. Mrs. .Sarah M. Withers, Sta.viord people who have observed hear some wiy "Home, Sweet' Home," widow of Harvey Withers, died Friday, wasat llustonvillo lust weeksuper-intei.dinthe election of n monument a sod HO. Dick Gentry bought ;t0 exort our Iwss coiiiioitor thus to nnd from others, "O land of rest for thee I sigli prayer mooting, with the solemn nieiii Monday morning the Casey' in our cemetery. Jiuitiiie Cool:u was in cattle of R. Cobb. Jr., 1,500 lbs. average, week and placed at 5 ; of T. L. Ullaid 13 do. at 5:10; of of oqu "whose thoughts on awful sub- county militia nnd Middleburg police j frmn the Falls again last U UK) to his credit iu hank, iu lieu of tho Clmrhm Fox 3 mare mules, hands, jects rolled damnation and thu dead," force met heie nnd formed in regiments trotting Ally ho was at $170 and u pair of horse do. of .1. 1'. liuve little thought that the rollidung and compjuiee and marched to Yose-mit- e rrcmium of a comedian animated his naunder the commanding officers of so loth to give up. Jim Harper and Jim McKinnuy for .?J 15. Funk, Anderson 1 spirit ture. Rut it dos and his homo paper, Gen. llolon nnd Lieut. Hryant to fall up-Unwell Springs, Co. bought about b,0u0 bushels of wheat Heid have got hack News, gives it away as follows: on tli('stntioned troop of that place who' greatly improved iu "health and good yesterday at Mc. L. 11. IltuUon has the Paris "tireat fears have been entertained by deal out the white lightning unlawfulfall cam- bought 200 mules for the New Orleans looks." iiiul are ready for tho for many of our interested theatre-goer- s K Orders boing given, they marched paign. Millard Allen is positive that market, to be delivered in September at Mr. Charles I). Webb, principal on until they crossed Green river. There Castorln cures Colic, Constipation, there is no summer resort except Cum- $125 to SHX). K. W. Lee sold to W. II. that "Castorlalsno well adapted to children that c,. v:,im.i.ii.Ii iiiin.h.i.1 kriii'LAMori. CO Tuunessi'o ewes at $ I, and -- Ot) comedian of the Paris Philharmonic So Cant. Geo. D. McClell.ui Wheat camo l'rowitt I recoruuiend it as superior to any prescription berland Falls. KUU Worms, gUt fclep, and promotes dl- oiety, would not appear iu his original II. A. Aucnr.it, M. D., ,, wj,i, 8avern meilf i1P m cr0Ssed on known to me." Drs. Geo. Miller Ciivuns and Antho- of tho smue to John Murphy, of f Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. I Without lujurioua medication. at $i.do. Among the com t day conception of the character of 'The tj,0 W08t 8i,ie of town to join them and ny Hunn, veterinarians fronithebordcrs, Compasv, 77 Murray Street, Jf. Y. production of the Chimes ,nnktf ti,e attack. Then reaching Knob Tun Centacu Hailli,' ut the nro responsible for one of tho "closest sales were 20 yearling steers to Richard of Normandy, nt the Graud, on Septem - Ljej.f sc0l,,8 wure 8tfnt out to find out of our most nudum, Cobb, of Royle, at $:;.2l jior cwt,; 15 cnlls" that ono old steers, fair quality, to Richard her 3d, owing to his temporary residence tho condition of tho stationed troops linndsomo and universally beloved (especially by the girls,) old bachelors over Cobb tit $;.53 per cut.; one lot of heifers at Dripping Springs, near Stanford.. The Favorable return made them conclude manager for the Society re- to push through to tho hotel nnd there had. An application of n "sure cure" for J. W. Allen, of Lincoln county, small, business quests the News to state that Mr. Webb stationed thomselves to make laws to ' CAT U or KKXT An excellent Farm scratches uiixtury to the gentleman's at i?Klo0 per head. Advocate. I ,.,, .. rUfl OVLjD fiooly Improved.ct105 acres, oil .. has been engaged at an enormous ex- govern ., MiLi.r.R Ouslkv. , pike. 3 miles tnm depo. wnue tioing so tne too city. nnd buggy hoise literally sot him afire, From August 23 to 30, excursion tick- pense, nnd that ho has signed a main men of the stationed troops came didos cut bufoio hu could bo de- ets, on tho account of Camp Meeting of colSSuildinx A. O. Lauham contract and will positively ap down and agreed to sell no more and J jhn II. Castleman. tached took tho kinks out of tho colored ored people at llnicht, Ky , will bo on pear on the notable occasion. Mr. In the corporate limits o Rowhnd. ebb w0i,i fiurremPr ujtU)nt n battle. As driver's hair, which up to now refutes Bile bv agents of tho Queen & Crescent has greatly improved iu dancing, nud we the arluiory was few and scattered there 11. J. DARST, Rowland. 6 to curl and pallor indicates that an Route between Cincinnati nnd Junction lieartbatsevor.il of his' admirers have WiW uo blood shed. Wo are 'glad to equable circulation ha9 not been restored City ; also by agents of the Louisville already ordered mugnitlceut bouquets kll0W ()f tie victory, and hope-- the men to the owner of that much abused bono .Southern R. R. at Slielbyviilo and stai from tho local florists. A cablegram wlH ,inve ti,0 infernal stun" out, for it which got only two of his hind feet over tions east thereof. sttttes that Mr. Webb has engaged pas iga tiigcr.,cu t0 the countv the wav it tho dash. Dr. J. J. McKinney, of to whom it wa toncoru Notice is hereby Agriculturalist figures sago and will sail for Paris nest week, is carried on. The troops returned here that I uill protecmeEifupersons Kuiltyut hiuilin,-- ,g Thu Amorican i , all of Mdviunoy, another distinKentucky Central, and nro awaiting further orders. taarliijr down ftnets or in any IW' mi'r old reliable OF guished veterinarian, and according to outn beautiful future for the farmer. It via tho on my farm. ,. .,,.-and will arrive in ample timo to rehearse Aiig7ia-4W. P. Keeny is now town marshal MRS KM.MA J. 0 Arch Frye, a mo-- t accomplished taural estimates thu corn crop of JS01 at Cril) Orcharl, Ky. bushels, wheat 500,000,000 bush-el- his solos, both vocal and Terpsichorean." and Win. Miller police judge. referred to for instructions tormentor, is and oats 022,000,000 bushels, agaiust on the market, ns to tho best sheep-diHooded Kollmnu, nn A cloud-burCRAB ORCHARD. how to use It. Jim has found ono 1,500,100,000, and 524,000,000 bushels re- Austiian villiage, and drowned 10 peosalve, and spectively in IS00, and 1,700, 115,000 nnd v MANAGERS, warranted to kill Itbo scab f iusect and One thousand yards of Standard ple. The railroad commission fixes tho prints at 5 cents a yard. W. K. Permost ohtho sheep too, as the doctor's 57S,000,000 bushels as tho average for Commerce Building, Louisyille. skm diseases, I Cures ciua, brunus, old sorts, first application cost him three of his tho preceding 11 years. The value of railroad mileage in tho State nt u.000.14 kins. 3t. bullions, pilen, fistula, acratches. halter coma, Agents throughout the South this crop will bo a billion dollars over miles. five fine Southdown bucks. .u hererer It has burns, dew r'lon aml last year. A young lady attending a party tdiould been used it hss iveu wonderful satisfaction and Mrs. Edward McMahon reuiarka-hireniovuu Joel aud Isaac Todd were held in Millionaire Peter Smith nnd P.McIIugh, have a female chaperon until she is able iu propensity lor testimonials will be secured and The president has nopointed W. T. Numerous 7. A. THIBBLS, Losal space at a later date. JUde to call some other chap her own. Texas vill appear in tills beDavis postmaster nt Middlesboro, vice Madison la 100 bonds to answer for the his counsel, in Chicago court-roob) STANFORD. KY killing of Thomas Gabbard ut Berea. Sifting?. J - HIGOINS. Sranford, Ky. ? H. G. Colson, resigned. cause they reilected on hei chastity. i i 1 hen-ooo- Telegraphy, p un-cat- - j ! i: . o, vit-i- r i Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September isl, m-ir-- In-tcki- Corn-mornin- g 1 STANFORD MALE ACADEMY F. oxter-iniiintoro- f , law-break- Principal. htsti-hous- e .....u. l s o water-spou- st, A i 1 ) CENTRAL I le&ea-Fourte- - .1 m-1- 1 ist j lilue-Cr- as J re-ra- il I j j . O i pt fox-hunt- ers drift-woo- d, Centre College Aeaclemy Session of this Institution North-tHMrt- ' e The Beius y i lrn J A Boasrdiag' Training- spar tmsni 11 patt!-ular- s j i v ' 1 JM EYE- SEE m ; , j 'd -- iT'S -- 1 ; ! ' iiihtru-whil- .f; I wis -- 1 I ! QUINN'S OINTMENT. j ' - I'' '" mm h g 4 3r- fr-u- 1 - Infants and Children Tur-neisvill- e, i , .... For Sal rrip live-year- s' Twenty Lois j ROYAL! LIVERPOOL; WAiRSTrtra t. i y, Insurance Company, ... tress-raln. 2,000,-000,00- s, p st mm BAEBEE&CASTLEMAN L wxssim . cow-hide- d """ e 11 m Apnt, ""jjo-o"- jT i. ll. ,'ii' r' -- .u - - " 2 r( i ', ' i. & h l Li i F I ft ttf 5 I ! ' MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ties, required by said road, and for the ceiled by thu oruliwtu untidiul to tho :.. (1...1-. i..-- .. i mt. purpose of ascertaining whatis expected wu noru i. ..ii P..u pHsiml-I wiw a beautiful pavwiuu, of us we appoint a committee represent-Mr. tun! .Mrs. Hlce hu(, m ivo ClMomouy whIcil bound honor. As inK us to confer as soon as practical with ,Mrlannii i,..M nf 1mf. j tlironuli Iou!ivillt, MfiiuUy, on tluir V. P. wero Messrs. Uurrli, llottfaon and Ansloy, of- ftiu, ms3 Mnv lMah at way to tiie bride' home, they fc e of said road, and the said commitby Mr. mid Mrs. .v ntertuiiiwl IW)Vt(.riim 0l.urolit Wednesday will report to a meeting of the cits- , Stanfokd, Ky - AnujsT 21, 1S91 ilplsll lliviflil. linham, at their palatial Broadway re. hllli ... , TlioyaUotliiiwlwithMr.au, In.. IKIUIIIIV" . ...... , ,.wnstolio held at the Is Receiving His 1Mlltwt idonco. .,. .. C !.. .1111;. -- o, iu ". plants, vines and evergreens, ,.,,., n, ,,..,, Mengul at the Pumiennis Club. Mr r.u o.inioru, on 1.. At Inst the pfliciul election returns nre j, M - and Mrs. S. J. Enibry gave a tea in their nil in anil thev show the total vote of Aug. 'JtidijoVamon moved that the commit- -j and delicate perfume pervaded the at- honor Thursday evening. After a short 3 to bo as follows: IJrown 1 11,10s, Wood teo named in the resoliHio-- d be as fol- - mosphere. The ncee behind tho pul visit to the groom's family in Richmond, 3,201, lows : W. G. Welch, D. W. Vandeveer, pit and to the rijiht and left was vision Ky., ami a visit of a few days to Mus Goods Warranted ami a Perfect lJt GtiirantccJ. Gtvc mm a call. 110,087, Erwin 2o,031, Harris Brown's plurality 2S.0SI. four years W. 1 Walton, Isaac Hamilton and T. L. of beauty, lovely hands having arranged .Mary Pickett and Mrs. R. R. Walt-r- , of npo in tho uuhernntorial race it stood Sholton. Col. Welch suggested the fur- the oleanders, caladtum?, palms and Shelbyville, they will leave for the Bucknor 113,270, Bradley 120,170, Fox ther names of A. 1J. Penny and Judge other trophieul planus with artistic and groom's home in Montgomery, Ala. wns lighted $,'A9l and Otinlin 4,131, Buckner's plu- W. K. CarHon, which was carried, and striking eiToet. The whole up with wax tapera iu ainriont oandle-stick- s FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. rality 10,791. It will bo seen that Brown then the resolutions as n whole weie LAI It AI.KXANIJ.'.R'S HOT.:!., and the music, which came in liar- received SOS more votes than Hacklier, adapted. Wanted to buy 150 hoe. E. P Speeches wero made by lion. W. II. inonious sound from organ, cornet and and that Wood's voto was 10,310 1pm Owley, Stanford. AND 011 by 'Mrs. Steele Baithan Bradley's. The prohibition vote Miller, Col. Welch and Mayor Vande- violin, performed P. W. Green bought of G. A. PeyHutrman and Mis3 Isabella veer, nfter which tho meeting adjourned. ley, A. G. dwindled 5,103 in four years. These heightened ton a harness mare for f 125. Hay. S2.50 furnish much solid comfort to the Everyone pi ehent seemed fully alivo to Bailey, concealed within, Mrs. Kittle Bumside bold to P. W. Cor. Jefferson. Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-- louse. tho Importance of active the beauty of a scene altogether lovely. th-- v provo that democratic heart for LOU IS VILLK, ICY. Kentucky is and will continue to be the in the matter and determined to do all A few moments after tho appointedofhour Green six Alderney milk cows at ?.V. the John Rout bold to W. H. Prewitt a party's stronghold. New parties and in his power to aid tho road in obtaining Mm oornut anuouueed the arrival W. R. LOCAN, Manneor. bunch of extui goodyearlingsnt.llctmt.". music of A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall.CIcrks. eido issues may coiuo and iro, but the every facility for a larger and better con- bridal pirty, and to the "Old Hutch," of Chicago, i paid to march itentered the building. nallant democracy of this State Koes on duct of its business. The brido and groom expectant proceed- have made 000,000 on wheat during the forever incren&iti) and multiplying. NEWSY NOTES. ed by Miss Jenni" Walton, who was week. E. P. Owsley bought of John Lynn, muslin, marched Dr. Baker, tho Abingdon, Va., wife prettily attired iu white Tub Cleveland I'lnin Dealer explains right aisle, while Harvey Smith Baughmau and others, 70 hog-the that for every pound of sugar made in murdeier has been sentenced to hang down followed by J. H. U.uighman ami averaging 12fi pounds, nt 3$ and 3J. Helm, MeKinley bill compels Huy the STL'DKHAKKR, and this countrv the G. E. Alford, of Hiftuuville, bought ushers, onterml by the Tho Teutonic crossed the ocean in E. C. Walton, the the government to pay to the manufacyou will have the best one made. of O. Wyatt, of Nieholasville, the left." Arriving at the altar Miss Jennie turer "two cents bounty. This is equal five dnyp, 10 hours and 31 minutes, lowI .1111 agent for the celebrated stallion McRoberts, by Mambiiuo stood on the right and Mr. Helm on the 5? at the present price of sugar to 10 cents ering thu record one hour and 37 mincouple faced the audience Startle, siie of Mambrino MaW 2.11.1, for left, while the for everv dollar's worth of sugar manu- utes. r Tho day proposed by the and the minister, Mr. Uuuhinan remain S 1,000. 9B factured. gets The consumer apparently 1 typographical unions failed because ing on the left and Mr. Walton crossing no was intense excitement in the fM sugar at 5 cents a pound, when in renlity s of the votors were not in over to the right. In this position, Rev. wheat ,ut nt Chicago Monday, when he pays seven cents n pound indirectly. And have reduced prices on both word, per- December was forced up to SI. 17, but it favor of it. Ben Helm, iu The two cents a pound bounty is a tariil .Misses Clara Fechheimer and Laura formed the ceremony that united in the didn't last long, and yeeterday it was Plows and repairs I also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, K.celior Citax collected on other necessaries of life, Bamberger and Emil Block, while out bonds of holy matrimony two souls with down to ?1 03. mv lid into the United States treasury and skill" riding, The better grades of cattle are in der Mills, Uuckeye I'orce Pump, CincinnatilKlevator and a full line were drowned in tho Ohio but single thought, two hearts which by the United States government paid near Cincinnati. beat as one. The music which had con- fair demand nt Cincinnati, with best of Groceries and Hardware. ver to the inumifnctuivr. This is Me- Foster Thomas, president of the tinued in subdue-- tones now burst forth shippers u 51, fnir to select butcher 3 to IIIvinleyisui free trade. Louisville Steam Bakery, accidentally in glad cadence and the happy couple 41; hogs are dull, with tops at 5 35; Fhankkokt is getting hersst-l- in great shot and killed himself while hunting iMssed out by the left aisle, followed by sheep are quiet at 2 J to 5. W II HM.GIXS lb y del Rev, n full brother of El Rio 11 j m.k isj.ur near MuMraugh's. ilii inaii niimflrill fit (f Mr. Baughuian, while Mr. Helm and Miss oiirtnu t A heavy express train from Paris Walton followed by Mr. Walton depart Roy and the ftmperar of Norfolk, won iLrown on the 1st. It is to bo the most ran into n heavy excursion train of Sniha ol by the left. The party and a fyv in- at Morris Park, thu Omnibus Stakes, elaborate occasion of the kind ever there. The con. con. menagerie peasants, near Berne, killing 14 and in- timate friends were then driven to Mis. worth $20,000. At Garnwld Park, "Whitney lowered the running reE. C. Holm's, the bride's mother, where that dav, there will be civic juring more than 50. Mrs. Jennie Deau, wife of Conducan elegant lunch wassarved amid hearty cord for a mile and 70 yards to 1:4 j. and military parades, cannons will be Funk, Andervoti A Co.'s targe grain llred and everything done to give pomp tor Dean, of tho O. S. railroad, attempt congratulations and good wishes for the A ed suicide in Souwrsat by shooting herpair, after wkich Prof, and Mrs. elevator, near Danville, gnve way and wedded and circunietanco to the occasion. " V" Walton left vin the Cincinnati Southern l.'t X.000 biuheU of wheat and a lot ofj Tl ball will as usual wind up the ceremo- self. Domestic troubles. Prof. M. A. Scovell, of Lexington, for Niagara Falls and other noted plucos. shelled corn nies, and the boys who go home with JV1 j i s r. t The brido was beautifully dresol in A negro tun it itnuivu vntuwti f the girls in the morning will tell of the lias been re elected secretary and treas'w unloading n npring wagon in front of; of tho Association of Agricultural a traveling suit of fawn broad-elotevaut long after their locks have become urer . .1 !... ...I..... full 1.;... while and their eyes dimmed with age. Colleges and Experimental Stations. olive green velvet and gold passamente ii... .it. & :?XcXlobcrtji,gf1calcrs Horace F. Smith, superintendent of rie trimmings, with turbmhat to match, fatally injuring him, it is thought. I Vermont celebrated Wednesday the terminals of the L. it X. in Louisville, nnd was a picture of queenly loveliness. Th largt.t Hg orchard in tho world centennial anniversary of her admissiou has resigned to take charge of tho inter- She is a magnificent brunette, above the fcpleudid figure ia cxpecti-- to be thu one that will son G. in that terri medium height, with tojthe Union, and in connection there- ests of the E T. V. 9 and excellent caniagu. Amiable and at- be planted in Pomona Valley, Cal. Ovur with dedicated tho Benuington monu- tory.A severe storm visited Nicholasvillc. tractive, thoroughly educated and highly "OOacrea will bo pl'tntud, or 78,0)0 trvis. ment on the battle field where Gen. GLNTS'The house of Joseph Devine, colored, accomplished, she ii a fitting unite for the Tho projectors believe thoy enu produce Stark and his militia defeated the British was . struck by lightning and destroyed, man of her choice, who has made teach- Jiys jual to tho lx?st Smyrna Aug. 10, 1777. The monument is the the occupants barely escaping with their is a na- The trues will be imported from yna. ing his life work. Prof. Walton highest of the kind oyer erected in this lives. tive of Virginia and a graduate of Cen Mrs. Mary Dickinson, a country, being over 300 feet. Hon. Ed- jvard J. Phelps was chief orator, while woman of Now Auburn, Minn., drowned tre College, 111 which institution he now young Numerous other distinguished men took herself and child iu n small lake near holds a professorship. He is including her home. Sl;o had failed to yecure a man of excellent habits, studious and part in the g eat occasion, ambitious, and is destined to take high President Hanison and several of his divorce. ' cabinet. Jacksonville, Fla., suffered a firo loss rank in his chosen profession. Over six of over a million, witli but little insur- feet, two inches, and well proportioned, A decidui) Blaine sentiment pervaded ance. A space two blocks long and 6ix he aud his bride, who ia more than live HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, the Pennsylvania republican convention blocks wide, containing 45 houses was feet 10, and finely formed, make a royal held to uominato a couple of State looking couple and many plenbing com entirely burned. D. M. Gregg for auditor and J. W. John Fitts, of Daviess county, was meuts were made on their appearance Morrison for treasuier, old Boldicrs, shot and killed at Hanover, by M. B. by the large crowd that saw them united. were nominated and a protection plat- Hazlowood. Fitts, who was Thev hive been lovers a long time and form adopted. Blaine could have easily was looking for Hazlewood, for the evi- ought to know enough of each other to been endorsed for president liad it been dent purpose of killing him. be able to make themselves supremely politic to have done so. The convention happy. That they do and will wo have A homing pigeon, Electioneer, reachalso sought to vindicate Wanamaker, them a long, ed Washington Saturday from Pensaco-la- , no doubt, ami in wishing but not n good word was vouchsafed for prosperous and contented life the I.ntb Fla., making tho distance S31 mile."; ".1IOMEI. Quay, Bardsley or Delamater. tho sentiment time 15 days, 11 hours, 5 minutes. Thin moit Jouknal but echoes Tber U nolMnc like lh HESTOHAT1VE holds each in of the community which NKKVINK discovered by (lie grout The total vote for the constitution was is the longest distance on record. ictllt. Dr. l Miife, to nervous a twiuiicbe, Alice Clarke, of Paducah, on being the highest esteem. 212,020, against it 74,581, a majority in tho bine, ncrvon plwii!rwn't-siroetri.tlon. The bridal prefcents were many ami neuralgia, M Vitus ilnnco, fltd, ami bvHerla its favor 13S,339. Twelve other coun- reprimanded by her mother for remaincostly and the new couple could almott Munjr plijfklins uoltin ttclr practice, tin In ing away from home during the afterIhorvfultrt are uor.derful VVohate humlredtof ties voted with Lincoln against the without anotlu-- :'tlraonlii!a llko thewj fromOru'UU. "Wo Utvs begin Boone, Cum noon, shot hetself Wednesday night Bell, Breathitt, never known like It ' Snow J Co.. Sy purchase. On their return about Sep. 1, racttee, N. Y. auj ttilnc (Kittle eold brings words o! "Eterv berland, Kstill, Harlan, Lee, Leslie, with suicidal intent and will die. pralsw. J.O W'olf, HlllwUle, .Mich. The lift B. WalCheese,'. feller we err hod" W'ootlnortb & Co., Fort J. L. Bay, an expert accountant, has they will take rooms at Prof. J. Letcher, Nicholas, Pike and Kussell a they will be nt Wayne, Ind. "Nenlne solU belter than anrthlni; ton's in Danville, where email but exceedingly respectable mi- been arrested at Little Rock on tho wo over had." II 1' Wyatt & Co . Concord. N if Trial bottlo and flii look of testimonium HtLX at charge of stealiug SI 00,000 of State scrip. home to their friends. nority. druggets. Or. Jlilee Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Amonfc those present from a distance Lamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodemvare, Fruit Jars, Ho had been employed to investigate The Iowa Register is punished in a the shortage of defaulting Treasurer were Mr. ami Mrs. Horace Brown, TltMX UOTTJiE FKIiE. Jelly Glasses, &c. prohibition State, but it grieves iih to Woodruff. TialebyA R l'cnny, Sfnlord Ind.; Mr. Juo. J. Craig and in it: "The number of see this item daughter, Miss Bettie Craig, Mrs. Anna Edward Lambert, Jr., mayor of liquor dealers, wholesale and retail, re- Lucy and Virginia r Col., and for the San Quiseuberry, , ported for Iowa for the year ending Messrs. John and Robert (iuisenberry, o5 - 1 Hjune 30, 1S01, was 4,335, against 3.50S Juan Smelting Company, is a defaulter Quisenberry, Mr. T. W. Kelday, Mi.ss B 22 in the sum of $110,000. His method was NJ3 B. Wnlton for the year ending April 30, 1S90." 5KI " fma to draw checks largely in excess of the Bessie Woolfolk, Prof. James and wife, daughter Jennie and son EdDealers In- correct amounts. A Representative Meeting. 5fc win, of Danville. William Huskison, arrested for a Since tho notice of tho marriage of 1 A large and representative crowd of misdemeanor at Seottsyille, got away """ n ?o i-?l51 of Stanford and Rowland re- from the officers, who shot at him as ho Mr. T. A. Rice and Miss Ella Morrison citizens sponded to the call of Mayor Vandeveer disappeared. The next day his body Shanks appeared, they have returned to we get tho full l?o meet at the Courf-hous- e, Tuetday was found in the woods with evidenco Stanford and from them was perevening, to take steps to secure the per- of a terrible death. particulars. The ceremony C3 manent location of tho division point formed bv Rev. Marshall, of the Chris- At Lancaster, Peun., Leman Ellsand shops of tho L. & N. at Rowland worth, 2S years of age. shot anil killed tian chuich, in the beautifully decorated and there was a marked determination Mrs. Amanda Fitner, a widow of 43. parlors of tho Clifton House, at French manifested to leave nothing undone to Ho then blew bis brains out. They had Lick Springs, Ind., thy wedding march A FRESH CAR-LOA- D attain that end. On motion Mayor Van- been old lovers, but tho cause of the being furnished by the Springs orchesOF KANAWHA deveer was made chairman and W. P. tragedy is not known. tra. The brido wore a giey silk, with trimmings, diamonds, and Walton secretary. The chairman then 3 The republicans white lace tho object of tho meeting, and of Indiana contemplate explained carried a bouquet of brido roses. The the establishWl showed the importance to both towns of ment of a newspaper organ at Indianap- attendants wero eight in number. The Til est "EI wecuring every facility in their power for olis. It ia to be an afternoon gentlemen wero in evening suits, and t tlie rnilroad. Col. Welch suggested tho paper, to be issued when 10,000 sub-sc- i tho couples were as follows: Mr. C. R. nii7Z, Jlt,W ui appointment of a committee to draft resMongul aud .Miss Lillian Panjons, of iberw'jhave been obtained. aBM3 beautiolutions expressive of the feeling of tho 3 2 James Batchford, a young man of Louisville. Miss Parsons wore a meeting, whereupon tho chair named Falmouth, whoHe violent temper of white lace. Mr. Sanfoid made ful costume Mas the largest and Col. Welch, T. L. Shelton and W. P. for him many euomies, was found in Newman, of Louisville, and Miss Elizu Walton, who reported tho following: beth Hill, of Henderson. Miss Hill wore the road nearjhis home in a dying condiMOST COMPLETE STOCK TBo citizens of Stanford and Rowland crepe, pearls. having an nrtistic dress of blue tion, two charges of buck-sho- t rm t$$ meeting assembled, recognizing nud Miss Mary Carin inass Mr. Arthur Harden been fired into his body from ambush. ov .Miss Pickthefgreat benefit to tho material interests wmmmmmmm Prof. King and a couple who had roll Pickett, of Shelbyville. of ie towns conferred by the location entered his balloon basket to be married ett wore a lavender silk, en train, white of jfio division point of tho Knoxvillo were suddenly shot up iu the nir and at roses. Mr. E. Percy Parsons, of Louisv d ',v'i .'jati.JaA7"irMia ever shown in Stanford at nrices Branch of tho L. & N. railroad at Row- a distance of 8,000 feet from the ground ville, and Miss Anne Hartwdl Shanks, as low as the lowest. 5? woro a royal heartily desirous of re- the balloon land, and being Now it the time to lay In your fuet for iho W n burst. It fell for over a mile of Stanford. Miss Shanks Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in th State, sua!) division at that place, do like so much lead, then the silk formed purple velvet brocaded front, en traiu, ter at cheap ratci. Send $j to the taining and carried a bouquet of Man Laurel County Goal Association who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. resolve, itself into a parachute, thusstoppiutf thu diamonds, Don't have to in any rapidity of the lull. Tho three alighted in dial Neil roses. They stood forming a That wo will gladly send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old At l'lttthursh, Ky., nnd crtler a Five , tho brido and groom at its (joo) llutnel car ol their bet lumn coal llundr.nl manner we can with the managers of a corn field about boven miles from the on lm:k in tho center. at minci for present deliverv. This coal should J gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-said railroad in obtaining and enlarging city, but with bucu mice that they wero mouth and tho minister cost yon a fraction over gtfc on track at Stanford , ted and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY- the ueceeeary terminal and water facili-- J unconscious for several hours afterward. After the ceremony the bridal party pre- in car loaa iou Semi-Weekly Interior Journal f -VA- LTON-Hi:i.M.-lt WALTON. ,',,,.., . ' t ror-fice- rs Dil-te- - ,..,, I i 1gtirtrfStetl lUPLEY Court-hous- e -., I ...-.- . j 11 Springs Summer Gpods TMMi WILILiAM:iJ)9 1 res THOROUGHLY RENOVATED per Kates IMPROVED. Men-delsshon- 's , If You Need a Waffon, . nine-hou- Oliver Plows. t'iree-fourth- well-chose- n 11 d J". IB. f FOSTER. r mr wit-nifcp- Chi-cag- 1 NEW FIRM RH L",'r,S",':l.ll::r,:l -. 0 DftPtS I .- - cV, h, Jtiigfirms, in .!. Successors leasing; CLOT IT IMG varit-tu-s- well-to-d- o FURN iSHIi IC GOODS ?1 11 ofli-cer- s. 4W 1ST ES O KWEAR GROCERY" : MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES near-sighte- !Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, UHJILOTfcKV cim-m- NE , For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Pickles, Preserves andlJams; house-keepin- g r Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, u New-Albany- , I Du-rang- o, book-keepe- Mi-s- ea I S " a FARRIS & HARDIN, -- Ira S HI I - Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware Queens-- Glass- - and Tinware. SALT SEE 0"CrKEriEGA.ITT LUTE OF LAMPS. 5 P r Si 32 a? two-cen- rn 3 The Old Reliable Jeweler , (k-r- . A. V,'" in the Lead. R. Penny Sssscni f" 2 Farxners, Attention' Watelies and Jewelry . w -- horse-shoe- .! Vc; .VL-.-Ef- r.1 vfi?, fetjji fipni " htm 3 Tub Marshal Kills the Pouch My house and lot and n JriHiiL Crab Orchard is the scene of .1. A. Carpenter. row. another killing, and Judge A. M. Egbert KxaiXK-u-ho- rse power hi fair condi- is the victim, flu uircitinstniiues its we Btankohd, Ivy., - Arc.i"vr -- I, 1SW1 tion, for wle cheep. Apply nt this of- - gnthor them from Marshal W. T. Saunv ders, who shot the fatal shot, and others, complete, and are as follows: Xnth Woodcock, Jim Mr lumof ilothing is B.O.WALTON, prices at the bottom. 011 und see J. S. tJilkerson and others were taking n drink in Leo's saloon, when Xatli naked Jotica, Cwsh Bargain Stout. MEANS BUSINESS. " While they Saunders to join them. KxttttAvi.Mt beautifully and artistically Woolkidoe Jellied coal Is sold only were drinking Woodcock nnd itilkurson done nt A. It, lVunyV. by n. Cnll ut office and examine tho got to qtinrreling, when Woodcock Yorit account Is now Vendy. l'lenso jmiH-rt- . . it. wonron. 1$. K. struck Gilkcrson. Mnrshal Snundurs incall ami settle. A. II. Penny. and iewelrv II vk your watch, clock Au. notes iind arcouutfl not mld hy terfered niid telling Woodcock that he reputed at A. It. IVnny'a. All work Sept. 1 uill be placed in tho lunula of nn would iiavu to nrrest him unless the warranted. silverware, watches, olHcor for collection. J. F. lioldam, mnttor was nmienbly settled, WoodKcmkmhki: thntidl cock apologized and they wer- - miking rings, .u , bought at A. H. Penny h will Grub Orchard. be engraved free of charge. it over when Judge Hubert came run TRB will m u Sn inlay School musi ning in and snid lie hud been disturbed PERSONAL POINTS. Ciil entertainment and box Mippor at for an hour hy the row, which he inMlNB.1 FlOIIKN't K AXO IllllltIK lilYBNS Muywood, butunlay nijiht, 22. Don't tended should bo stopped right then, fail to at tend. nt the name time telling the men to conare guests of Mrs. U. C. liivons. d sider theinoelves under nrrest, to report .Mh C. Keli.hr Joino.) her I am tofoivlni: my fall rowU daily and at his ollico next morning. Saunders re nt Hnrrodsburg yesterday. cordially invito the public to call in and marked, "If you LOTTIE HoLMKS, Of liHIlvillc, l.S aie going to assume iti9iiict the finest line evr brought to my duties, I'll go home." 'What'e vMling relatives and friends hero. " Stanford. II. C. Iliiblcy. that you say V" said Kgliert. Saunders Mu. is. S. Mvkiw is talking life inm-tine- e to tho citixeiiH of Kiugtvillo. Lntil Inrtnor repented and added that this was not Nontu to Tiii-TuiC. II. Hhowx, of New llnvuii, has been notice I will be at my ollic only on Sat- the first time tho judge had usurped !' Hppointud depot agent at Rowland.' urdays, as the season for visiting schools authority. "Younread-- n liar," said the judge, and started towards Saunhas moved to has arrtrod. W. F. McClury, supt. Miw. Kate ders, who toiu him not to follow him. the M.vots house on lower Main Btreot. CnKt'3. Hentzit Co.V moii(ter rail-roa- Kgbert continued to ad nnco and SaunMimes Ella axi M.ri) Mookh, of eliows, museum, hippodrome and ders drew his pistol nnd firing sent n Ikjk, re gueMs of MImM.iiui!u Alfonl. will exhibit at Junction City ball into the judge's throat at tho left, Mils. J. I..Thmky and daughters, from maiiauerie, Am: 25th. They are said which ranged downward and out at the Hore Cnve are visiting their uncle, M. next Tuesdav. itu tuirforliuniCl. tA mUi n iuirv back. The second shot entered the N. Del'auw. -Iai-MikH 'xinuit. who hns been who heard shoulder. FmuxiMof Dick Uenlr,1 One of t lie witnesses soys thnt Judgo visiting the Mines Stnuih, returned to the evidence adduced at this trial, for Kgbeit did not approach the men in an I. niisville TttoMlay. tho murder of John Pandifer a year ago, Mne. llwixK Dye and Mrs. Stella pre llct that he will be promptly acquit- excited way, but gently told them the wore visiting Mm. ted. The case will be given to the Ju? noise must cease, that Saunders went Somerset, out and Kgbert following shortly aftei-warJ"M. H. .McltobartH. ho hoard the shots and run to Mm. A. M. 1'kni e hns tone to Monti department has noti- find that the judge had been shot. Tiik post-onVcello, 1ml., wkoro hla Am trottur, Pence, fied A. T. Xunnelloy that after tho 20th Judgo K(he!t whs conveyed to his pei forms to-dthe mall route between hero and Uow-lan- d home, where he died in a few minutes. the Mwb. W.O. Wiiuii wuntto will be discontinued, but If a peti- To some one he said he did not know Fair yestenlny, to be the. gtiwjt of tion signed by most of onr hiisinuwmtn why lie was shot. An examination of Mrs. Ken Spalding. ids person showed thnt he had no weapMM, J. T. Dkstom, w ho Um been vlr. will cut any fkure the order will be on but 11 small pocket-knifHo was n IHhk Mrs. A tiUJaros, returned to Semi-Week- ly 1'onS.w.r.. InteriorJouknalI goad Jenwy 3S TJIIS .S3S 1 Bua.MnnaRer V- e , xuiii The - JLSiSlj Mid-Samm- er 3DGjlT 11111 Clearance Sale of i 17 last week of'our Groat Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Gen ts' i tirnishing Goods, Corsets, Trunks, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Underwear, Valises, And Straw Jfattinji at prices never heard of before. ds t. bus-iMii- M. jS&pOCrlllll We ons ! d will open, Wednesday a big line of sample Shoes. Ladies' Slippers from 60c up. Ladies1 Shoes from 75e up. JLen's Shoes from 00c up, in all styles. Come in and examine them before they are picked over. o each customer who buys $20' 's worth of goods from Hocking Chair. It is not necessary to buy all these goods at us one Fine the same time. Come in and get your book and we will keep account of your purchases. GJf'JV A WA Yi'-'T- a Wrs-t-rtield.- JL JLjL XLj LOUISVILLE STORE 3or:ii! to-da- v. e Main Streot, Stanford, Ky, A. U1CBANSKY, Proprietor. 3EANES AISI GABRIEL, Managers. y. Ud-ano- n am mirs tciiYiiiiB AND . e ? ras1 nrs&i& K" imtku . O - ,1 e. ifc sS very excitable and Wednesday. until, Upright and Horizontal. Mm. J. M. S1H01.11 is not only a fine I but withal a clever and courteous one. Wammm, of Mn.A.vnMi8..S. musician but an excellent gardener. and Portable. All Stationary, . arrived ott a rMt to Mrs. KaW Hundreds o! classes that he has taught lie leaves a wife and one son, W. C. Kg.vUJVI .." ' I power. sir.es up to bert, of Ilacon Sons, Louisville, for Dndderar tetdar. can teUfy to the former, while a huge Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and whom much synijmthy is felt. Mneiu. L V. Lkavxll and bsekut of bis tomatoes and potatoes Durability. Sounders n.ade 110 attempt to getaway, throwRh Vlkr, of lirnin!, prove tlie latter. Some of the jwtatoos Write for Frt-- Illustrated I'amplets ant your wants to and quietly came to Stanford with to lxwlarillo Wln6rUy. weh;h about two pounds and the totna-toe- s Xewland, who happenvltJUns h'r CO., Mm. J. A. Caupkxtik JAMES I.EFFE2L .'gjutP were nearly as lart-o- . ed to be there. He is, now hero and his while Mr. Onrpeiitr is puieuUi in Boy), spi:lN(JKIl IV OHIO NKW M)K CITY A lonu letter denying every charge examining trial will likelv he held to- at Crftb Orclitnl sprint , Mim Iok .SrooxAMONR Imii rUunel msdit nanittst him by anybody and every nay. a tmu leeiing imii existed Detweeii ing a good deal of late of this qiisticn v from Oupt. V. M. the two men for soino time, growing out from thiHie w ho believe only in immersion hnrue from n plewSHiU week's rUit to paper wm u H dl yehterdny afternoon toc.lnto for this of some business connected with their much interest is felt in thin discourst, friends In llnrrodtboit;. Mice Annie i33iu. He denouiices bin eultuinators offices, hut they and no one else doubtless which will no doubt draw a largo audi) W Mum. II. IIiouinHund hud any idea thnt it would result in eo ence. A3NTJQ stuyins nt I lulu's Well. IU "tllrlV, McKimievnru 1 Mr J. Iv Lynn In nlto there. liars," and nays they slir.ll jmy deaily for fearful tragedy. Saunders hud Imhh in lwd health for Mn F. Kuxlijv Thimi.i: ami Miw the cruel wrong they have placed upon NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. some time and bad but recently recoverMatlie IIomIov diovu through to Lebanon him. ed from a severe illness. This makes I'UBLICWednewUy to utteml the fair. Lbxinoton Fa 111 KcL'HfoS8. On Miss Mnnio the second man he has killed, the other It is riiinore! that pietty of tho (Jueeu & to 29, agenU when he was quite n young man. Since Welsh in wborlly to marry. An o.piu Crescent Houte at utations between fortu-iiii- tf in. the first killing he has been quiet nnd 011 thin division is tho n.ewHMiKt-and Chattanooga, nlso agents of peaceable and had repeatedly been lion-0man. the Iuisvillo Southern, will sell excur A .liriiiislrtor of Grorge Schlr I will ell Oils; The oil with the office of miirsh.il by his at public nuUry to thp higbMt bid.lcr, at hisUte llKLia PwruiY wan chief dec- sion tickets at one fare for tho round Holm twirrlaue, townsmen. tulcne on tnc i.iticy iirin, un rMtor for tbu Wnlton trip, on account Lexington Fair. .Special Latiiil In the nlwenco of Judge Var-noaii'l that accounts for it hoinx o nrtieti- - trains will lenvo Willlainntown and Junc3, 1S91, Judge Carson continued the examally ilone. City daily during the Fair Tickets ining Tbilo'lowtnj stock,. Vc , t tion trial till next Tuesday and allowed Mk. and .Mm. Makk IIahims spent good for return until August SI. Saunders to return to Crab Orchard un- Three good Mules, 1 good Maro Hftrul dnya this week In Urab Orchard and Colt, 16 good feeding Hogs, to secure tho benefit of its delightful A VKiiv pleasing social ovent indeed der guard. Mrs. J. II. Hutching. was tho party given by Misses Maggio to do all kinds And JEWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r waters and to vif.it 2 good feeding Steers, fc'ri'ciAi. attention is directed to tho adcounIn the 1iuisvHloTiineHKueHdnK match and Mary I.ogfm nt the beautiful of Watch, Clock and Jewe ry repairing. vertisement of the Cincinnati Business A lot of Corn in the Field and on Hrown's majority li. II. Cooper put try homo of Dr. P. W. Logan on Tues- College, which appears on ouriirst page. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, some Farming Implements. tn rigurus at '2$,MQ, or 110 of tho corruc'. day evening. There wore 30 odd collides There is iui better M'hool for a young dnv and niijht. present, all of whom enjoyed to the man to obtain n business education. number. Thompule is a political 'lhe wul-- ol the tWceatod ill i((r for sale let ol IloiuihoM anil Kltchcu lurmture of grent aiia03lty. fullest extent tho hospitality of tho two turns under $10, cnh; over that elegant young ladies. A delightful lunch Mu. K. 0. Walton Iibh koiioou n Just as we go to prctts wo learn of an Term Allcredit oil mouths ith 6 pvrreut iti amount a nfter attempt at suicide by .Miss Susie was terved at the propel time, tour to Denver, Col., to be llUOil SKARGENT, , tere.t ..anir. ireo. acutiutir till September. He bus been prut-t- v which the happy young people resnin- at How land, last evening. She ah .wriAiK havni? cl.ilmi ac.ilisl Geo. bchcler Sole Agents for- down to business since od tho enjoyment of converging, cards, took laudanum and the doctors were will jircieiit them to mr. proptirly proyun, by Uc closely tiel wo hope his trip wiil and the like, and it was o'clock before working with her at last accounts. Love lai-- t spring and they reluctantly departed. brinu both pleasnro and recreation. troubles caused the rash net. f, M. tiooiiNidiir, of Lincoln county, Kliznbolhtown, we Tiik c.mnery nt V. M. H11.1. tells the Middlesboro Wi'UicceedCol. Kd. O. Went as chief will declare News thnt ho will bring suit for 510,000 ofllco of the suporintendtnt learn from Kev. Pen Helm, uerk in the bemy Farm or 14 Acre I uih la against the Louisville Times for defamawhen Capt. Kd. n dividend of 25 per cent, this year, f public instruction nuiiatcl - miles neuhof Manfunl, rj., on the liowms lo side proving of great value to the far- tion of character in connection with ins llaillepike. Will take pleaturp Porter Thompson Ukes charye of the Apply to mers nnd community generally, bringing recent arrest in Cincinnati. This is a as one xvhhmt; to purhaie Finnkfoit Cr. Louisville Tinu's. J IIKIGHT. that poor way to obtain redress. The Times thousands of dollars to would otherwise not come. It is tho opin- will, no doubt, be glad to set Capt. Hill CITV AND VICINITY. ion of those who know that such an es- right, if he will present tho proof. Ix.i.s 10c per dozen ; feathers 10c per tablishment would pay well hero, and I otfer for sale my farm two miles North "f Stanpiund. Take them to Joe S. Jones, op- we commend the question to tliOBO of In addition to tho cottage 011 their lot ford, containing 35 acres ol k0311 land; a good a posite Portmnn House. our enterprising men who would like to on Mill street, which it haslet to be built hoiikuutth arooiin, all necessary cmbiulditigt, ham, good cisternal the door, plenty run T good to Sine & .Menefee, the Mill Co. will larre trees and all cr, .ihout joo select fruit fill their pocket books and do a (.10 to J. S. Jones' Cash llargain Store; Address of small fruit build another adjoining, and Adam kinds (J. T. McHOIII.KTS, Stai iord. Guaranteed to be equal to any other chilled plow. Ask your neighsugar $1 ; Ario. turn by tho community- besides. 20 pounds granulated acres ....- -Alo acre 4 miles south of Stanford ; c small bor about it. They all like it. nlso contracted with Sine A Pence has olloe 25 cents per pound. in cultivation, lulance in pood imber; S'rnnB.v Dkatii. A little over a week Menefeo to build one or more on his lot home and ood orchard and plenty never falling 9 ago, the family of Mr. H.Clay Kauff41 G.JI.M. There is some talk water. 011 tho samo street. liooi) rains fell Wednehday night and crop decid- man brought him home from tho asylum of trying to get the city council to order yesterday, settling tho corn PUBLIC SALE at Lexington apparently greatly im- pavement to be laid on tho east side of edly in favor of the farmer. continued to grow better - - proved, lie tho street, whiuh if done would open up Dolcrln. OK A Tin is your Inst chance for tho Leb- and Tuesday when his cousin John n number of building lots on that side. anon Fair. Tho tram jusses here nt 8 a. Holmes was over in Lancaster, ho ex7 FARM VALUABLE LINCOLN m., nnd brings yon back about 7:o0 r. m. pressed n desire to come homo with AFFAIRS. CHURCH round-trip- . drove along together and him. They Fare SI. 10 for tho " Uy special request Uov. Mr. Collis t nothing unusual was noticed in Mr. l tho mansion houc on the prembes Tiik cut oil' pike, Contractor J. H. Kaufunan's talk or action, until a Bhort continued his meeting at tho Christum idi" Repairing neatly and promptp.yan tells us, will be ready for tho distance from Mr. Holmes', when his church till Tuesday night, when it closed ON TUESDAY, SEP. 15, 1891, ly done. if gravel by tho last of next week. All the tongue seemed to grow so thick as to with 14 additions. ol wilt, At io o'clock A M., I'orter, as executor by the"will be completed by Saturday aubridges de'd, and As tho Chrihtinn church is being re- List will of Tliorntqu make his talk almoht unintelligible. On .lmrliv thereof, sell at iiuhln. auction lo tnc night. put to bed ho begin to have con paired, Eld. J. W. Zuckery will preneh being will take old gold or silver m exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) & sup- vulsions and continual to have them for in tho Prebbyterinn church, at Junc coin county, fronting on the I, .V N. K K. , at Gil- - j 'f. Sotkb. J. H. Higgins i: Co. will ZT N.MENEFEKr some time, when he relapsed into n stu- tion City, Mimiay, Aug. 'j;i, at u a. m hurt's CreeL Statio and contain A. C. SIM". ply you with Woohlridgo or any other lie remained til' hiB dentil nnd nt night. kind of coal you want, uomo aim see por, in which 11 Polos of Land. llev. John M. Eastman, n Methodist 119 Acres and yeslordav morning. Dr. L. 11. Cook was for yourselves and be convinced. J. H. s, sent for, but was unnble to do anything, minister nt Clovelnnd, 0., who went nil The laiul istairly good. and improvements, Higgins & Co The tract will bo &c ore one of 19 acres. as the patient was piralyzcd in every tho gaits, nnd pnid ?J,(5(X) hush money to in three icpaiatu parccli, and The be.t selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. tno second of TiiEgrnudesl picnic of the aenson will part of the body. Until tho death of his a girl he seduced, hns been dismissed 11 poles, at the stition,the residence 38 acresacres. of 61 the ihiril, on which U Afterthe thrco parcels have thus been separately be given at Halo's Well on Thursday, child nbout n year ago, Mr. Knufl'iuim from his sacred calling. SASH, tract wl I be offered as . whole LV.MBSK, Tho railroads centering at Treves offered the ectlrebids reahzinj the largest price Aug. 27, to which every one is invited. was a prosperous lawyer with no Bign of and the but or C3EI1LING, V ATI2, BOORS, Dinner and tho mental trouble that followed close have made nrrangoments for carrying a wl.i he ICLCUieu All inrrooiineic n;n.i naic Uood music nnd dancing. a frontnse ou an excellent county roart leading', BLINDS, SHINGLES, suppor proparod nt tho hotel. It. Flora, on that s.ul event. Her lo3d completely great crowd to attend tho exhibition of atatlistnr-o- f hII .1 mile, to the S tin ford & turnpito road. : Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. - ule unnerved him and he never rallied from tho Holy Coat relic next Sunday. It is Lancaster will 1m absolute and without condi proprietor. riirPovsession for sowing giain will be iven blow. Some months ago ho was estimated that 50,000 pilgrim will bo tions at once to the purchaser, and lull possession on W"OV22S3 Tiiu Kentucky Central will Bell half the January 1st. 1S91. on account of sent to tho nsylum and under tho treat- present. fare tickets to Lexington One third cash in hand We carry a full stock of everything found in a TKII.MS nppeared much improved. Rev. Ben Uehu announces that nt wk.r. nla i Or SAIK: remainder in two count in. iniili. tLo the Fair, Aug. 21 to 29, good till 31. It ment there day .f man with many his next Sunday evening service, which stalmcntsat6 and la months from per cent, sale. Ho was a will also sell tickets nt low rates to CinHonds with rooiI surety bearine 6 friends, who sorrow with tho young wife will be begun at 7:15, he will preach on acfrom day of sile required of purchaser, A Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract cinnati from Aug. 21 to Oct. 3, on will be retained on land lor tho PORTER., Pompeii nnd and her two little children at his urilirae-l- "Scriptural Baptism from a Bible Stand- lien HOllEHT I.. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky: count of the Lnst Days of or building. death. point." As our people have been hear- - Augo, fcjt. Executor ol Thornton Patter the Latonia Fall Meeting I T high-tempere- d Ilir-taiaua- j159iK STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable urn z vmm M$ -- 26-hor- se mm a jid Thos Jirz THE & 1 rei-eiv- m IOW-1II- 0 DKXTQGXST ra SflEOrfcK&EBlrflL iOfra e osr w i JS'KJuEH, 11 .Complete Line of School Books, Sclicol -l Cin-rlnnn- ti r Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. Newest Styies. Thursday, Sept. Supplies, 1 Mi-.- s Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. Best and Purest While Lead and Ready Mixwl P tints and .Yeal's Carriage Paints; 1 tj-i- Largest mid Handsomest Line of Sil verware, Watches, Clocks fore-cHit- er pro-pcctl- ab-e- ut B. K. & W. H. WEAKEN, -- 1 Good i- Parrn For Sale. 111 of-Ju- t. the-count- y l'-- Smail Farm For Saie. 11II1L-w- .i 4 -- 1 m XE"OTI E.0BT. PENSEL, varsel am in jiw 1 1 Vi AIP C.Mi&as' Fine Watches a Specialty. All Work Warrauled. ffiS'h . I first-cla- ss fenc-in- on"tr-e- d Stanford Lumber 'Yard FLOORING, SIDING, WIBB A1TD SLAT FE3STCS. wnrm-henrtc- d st FXBST CIGASS LUMBER TraLH purchase-mone- y y Jv Af j v ' the r The oltle.t AT committee intcn omitted liim : tfM lflf.Xl YICA.Tt.iy A.D""" A2STOK "Are you fitmillnr with any ftirte of wrWhen not so paid S2.50 "!! f e charged. chance?" "No, sir." "Don't you know how to play any K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. game of cards?" Train uaves Rowland al ; oo a. m., returning "Xo, sir." it 5 jo p m. "Surely you undetstand onehie?" L. & M. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Never heard of it before." Mail train going North in, pm "It can't be possible you never indulgtpm Soutn t ija m ed in a pame of draw poker?" Express train ' South a 47 am North "Yes, sir, it can. I am a ntembor of 6 jq a ra Local Freight North ' South. StP m the church and don't know one caul passengers. license. . anIn Haiid Luck. Here is a portion of Rf v. Semi-WeekInterior Jourm; the exnminntion towliichayounlnwyer nounce! Dr. aT. DeWitt Talmago has of that the creation in applied for a the v.'orld beguii in JL'iy, at 4 o'clook of Publlahod Every Tuesday and Fr day was subjected when lie of nieiubc ly it a JlomlHy morning. Interest on the public debt for tho cal year ending with Juno, 1S92, will nclt. amount to $32,000,000. For the year tukct tftni. 1 ituiimau. t jtibt closed it was .32,000,000. Oucklcn's Arnica Salve The best sahe in the world for cuts, bruisM, Fixing the Hue between middle ag ret, ukvrs, salt rhtnim, fi'tr sores, tetter, chap-p- d haniis, chilblains, corns and all skik erup and old ag Kate Gannett Wolls says tttns and pile, or DO pay rtcjuir that as long a one 1ms strongth to work t4. It is posttivs-l- cures ivt prict sattsfaetMC, gtMMnleed to wlmt or moaey rclunded Trie 5 cents pee boi he is still middle aged, no innttar Kor sale by A R Vtnnv, Stauterd, Ky. his yars may be. fis) on Th ihrouith lopne, car Mfvice orr the C, & I amfMichwun Central Railroad Cincinnati ia T0M11 and Detroit and the fairy f Mackinac ami th Northern Lake tars crms eaiy has bean resumed for th seat-oneiept Saturday, Uavf Cidcinnuli at m the at loo'ilocl.. arriving at Mmkiniiw nru evening etc , addr- - an) C , H. v l For rtea. agent or K O Mrt'ofmirk general puMCDfemnd 11 TUB O..H. Si D. Through Car to Mackinaw. iln. ierj 'mini Tite btn rorts Lot Main Street in Staniord Contairing 1 'iUiiiai Ji C.Ci.JJ:iiI.Tr,Ja.UVJA.",.rVI.-T.VIJC.T"ft'".I-5 l5jj0lllJVIUt NtAAlIANrx CMU.O ftj- JCTJ - T R WALTON, Stanford T'' Ai.d MYEHS HOUSE, P. W. GREEN, Proprietor POINIS Alt. MM-- ' J ) MT' Js .And 'lv J M tJ'' A I have recently taken charge or this well ksvawa Hotel and mt I krep ng it at it present hih u t.iion given to the trawling suusdard. public. ..- time is about o minutes faster I The latter train alo carry The above i calculated on standard time, Solat RHEUMATISM can always bo with A neuralgia, and sciatica A Sufo Invofltmont Pobiedouo&taeff, of the ltoly tynotl of to nng ou salt, is one hlh 1. of factory rmults, or Russia, Mtys he is trying to Chribtituiizo yossr purchase ytvc in a ntii lailure. return of safe plan imiiss from another." of "Well tatter a lone pau&e of astonish- the Jews of that country and assimilato bu from our adeitid drugiiist a hoitlt It lr. King's New C"sition with the Russian race that tho lazi guaranteed t l)i.overy fr in eer bring relief ment), youni: man, we'll clve you n them lungs r chest, y affection of lh l for leavened with license, but how in the world you're jro ness of the Slavs may iach ccHwuuptlja, nfiTammatiosi of the luns , .Tews, lie ought to bronckitw, asthma, whooping rough rtc inn to make a living for the first two or the industry of tho etc It t pleasant and airimabte to th taste, per. practicing law be ahl to do anything, PobiodouostzoiV fitly aafe and can always be relied pou lnal three years after you start Penny' tlruj; store A 1 First-Clas- H iiainplc Room In ronneiioa Also I'ulltnan Vesttbulod RiirTet Sleepers and Pullman HurTct Chair Cr on all train through to Chicago without change. Co via the M mm and get th Rest far the least !' r iiirnr'nalmn ad 1res itionri I HKK1 R .. P A., Chi. ago S I f ('. CKt'SH.l) n ART , 1HK P A.Iauis.Tll Pool and Billiard Parlors. IK .iN. iheii , N"OHTI-X'R,mr3SST- en-up- FOR CASH ONLY. horse-.lioem- is a mvsterv to us." Dallas News. ought. LI amamL successfully treated An editor died and slowly wended his way to where he supposed a warm icception TiihStoky of an F.niTOR. & r4Pk f-- Ayer's Sarsaparilla cure is sure to follow the persistent use of this OB. medicine. Has Cured Others will cure you. ft, '" ' - i ' h A. S. PRICE, on Office I a J R. w SURGEON DENTIST. . n, McRoberti' Mam street, oxer Drug Store, stanieru. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Miin street, opposite Portman House, Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless KENTUCKY. extracting, STANFORD, upstairs Office on w j; THE SHELTON HOUSE, D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, Rowland, First-clas- s - - Kentucky. s Open day and night. Sample roonS and gocdintry 9W(M in connection accommodatlo-- s at reasonable rates. Jbooxcs sfkxn-gSituated tn a beautiful v f . 7 m f alley on Dlx Rlv cr, about near the county road Tm miles" of Stanford, Stanford anil v feuding from Goshen to the open for those seeking a qui plWe, will be Stet nlcasant and hmahful Summer Resort accommodations will he furnished to gue'ts and. rs the Springs have been very recently --open . ek, the term, win win ny uunuusi at w.. ..,........, Rowland when Carruue will meet guests wuna notified The season ol ifiyi will open can be Grand Picnic June 19. Jeruis for board h.d by addresiii V COOK, Pror., Stanford, Ry. J. as Prench-lersvlllFirst-Jfelaatuu-emen- is o inn.u ... Farmers Banfc&Trnst Co. OF STANFORD, KY.. Js now fully organised and ready for business with Taid up Capital of Surplus, SUCCESSOR . - - - - - 5200,000. 15,000. I.THK LINCOLN NATIONAL the same management. nic . By provisions of its chaiter, uepo.iiura National protected as aie depositors in held individually harVks. its shareholders being . k ..i..nt in amuum u iiicn addition to the value th einYt the parIn suchthereof, in It may act as shares. amoiiut invested trustee, &C, as fully as ndmimstntor, an individual . i iitiitisc tn lit To Lincoln National Hank o while mnagint;. i ,......, ....... Stat lforil. ewe nereienuciuui will continue to transact their business trill ... nHorlnp as ncuaranl;ee lor prompt auen- ...:.u u e. wim -- ..merince - "ition to same, our w".j as liberal cco.umodatious as are conbanking and ststent with sound banVing. . . 1 --. - and under I Now closing up) with the same assets l)lKEtTOW!.l J J.Willianis, Mt. Vernon; J.M Hall, Slaniord; J. S. OwaWy, Stanford ; i S J. Embry.Staufrri; J E Lnn,Stanird; A W. Carpntr, Mtttadgertlie; J. K.rUaghman, Hstoille; J F. Cash, Stanford ; William Gooefe, Stanford, Ky. S. II. Shanks, PreiideBt. J U. OwsUy, Cashier Hnght, Teller W. M. H.HiUghm in General TloiiW Keeper J. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD, KY. Capitnl Stock Surplus- -: stock, DulM V' s4 S200,000 " 16,500 to the fact Miention of the public, is invited 2xff.s??! Ei hJti, srs "'"hVXck L"".T... t. m that depositors of o'n i "."".a'by a fund of $400,000 SU ofthocondition of the bank aremaTleeVchyeartothe Uu.ted States govern-.- w examined at aUted.Uiaei a,...in?t LVgoJerlimeVt ugJnU, thus securing addititonal 1 "WSt.S.V'.tSPT ptaff'?"?- .65 and Nat,, nal Bank . . me 1 had practically an umnter-cued111 It is better supplied tenceof navt Willi iaciui and ivaudhbrU thaLv before in its Ions nuu- accouu 01 coTwrauD ii. .ii sSnei. if mi and indiwdu.l. respectfully solic- tC'l he Directory of tn Hank is composed ol T. J. Foster, of Stanford; count , Vorestus Keid, Liucoln ; , J. W. Haydoo, Stanford . g ii. Ilaugbman, Lincola, M. J. MtHer, Mt. Vernoa; i S T Harris, Lincolu; J. S. Hoeker SUnrsrd; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; W. G. Welch, Stanford. V. P. Tate, Stanford geT-Vrii-ai- re.otgnia has iSB-i- . ...... .i?..m ex Srk r.-- ,r A OFFItERS: HocVer, President, lohn J. McRjbtrti, Cath .r 'AA.MwICmnej. Assistant Cashier j5-- y awaited him. The devil saw him and said: "For many years thou has borne the blame of the many errors the pi inters made in the paper. The paper has 1. and the SI has often j BOM' alas, for laueu 10 come 111. me iHimcia muc deviled thee Saturday nights for w.igos when thou limlat not one cent to thy In St. Louis mortgage for $.10,000,000 name. Men have taken the paper with- has been filed by tho St. Louis San out paving for it and cursed thee for not Francisco Railroad company. The getting out a better. Thou hast been mortgage is drawn in favor of n New by the passenger cont called a York company and has 100 years to run, ductors when thou hast shown tho pass with interest ut 4 per cent. This All these thou hast to envious gaze. mortgage is no more in tins day borne in silence. Thou canst not come of great enterprises thnn tho Mime numhere." And he tired him away. "Heav- ber of thousands would have been buvun- e en is thv home, and besides, if we let years ago. When that mortgage you come in here you would be continu- - j cornea duo hardly anybody will be living ally dunning you delinquent subscrib-- that was in the world when the docu-er- s for hell is full of them and thus nient was recorded. Mo-.- t of tho popu lation of tho globe will have beer create discord in my kingdom. Ex. chiinized three times fiver, twiee in n ',. A Decision roa Baptist-- . A Boone. f ' o ; ,..Ifiifll . 1 :.. thn county Ind.) Circuit Court ha-- decided to (lo Tt tllPr a question of ecclesiastical interest. There wiU ccrtnilllv bo not Iimny of tb, Some members of the Mount Tabor Bap- - j)rt.sunt European governments and church, wishing to admit to church nnties in existence then. There may memberdhip a certain clas of persons not evoll be any jniivi states. whose objections to the creed were apt' to cover minor and unessential points Tho mutually protective customs leagnts of doctrine, appealed to the courts to de- - i,lt0 which Gennany, Italy, Switzerland termine whether the creed could be dis-- nm havo entered is not regarded in any particular, ot whether nimed at mutual self protection so much it musts.be accepted in all its verbal ns at helping themselves and their owu rigidity. The court, considering tho, manufactures by mutually injuring other ' creed in tho nature of a legal contract, nations, notably tho United States decided that it must bo accepted, if at Whether they can keep it up remains to all, for just what it says in plaiu English. lo seen. It will probably share the fate ' -" of so many of the trusts that are stwrted The tide of sentiment among the tlom- to control prices and rule tho world in ocrats is flowing unmistakably in the di- certain articles, and fitll through. It Is rectiou of Grover Cleveland as the nomi intereiting to note, however, tho He is the only man spoken ency to bund together that is exhibited of, except among some New Yorc sore- - in onr time. From individuals tho and among those Western poli- pulse has extended to nations under tho ticians who think more of free silver name of "reciprocity." In tho present coinngo than they do of democratic sue- - instance, even if all tho European ooun-cesIt looks very much at present like tries should unite in a customs longue. the old tiihl of Cleveland and Blaine tho republics of America can do tho enme, and btaud together and show Eu over again. Louisville Post. rope that iVinenca, too, can tlo her part boy liv- in tho "reciprocity" line. There is a bright ing in one of Boston's suburbs who bids fair to rival the heroes of "Helen's Progress in I'lectficliy. The young man's father asked Electricity is often spoken of as existhim to bring a book that was in an ad- ing under two forms, dynamic and static. joining room. Whereupon the boy put The dyuamic is that which flows; the out his hand. "What's that for?" ho was static is that which "exists without the "Why, I am sur- - power of traveling," as somo writers has asked. "Monev." prised; don't you do errands for love?" expressed it. Professor Nikola Toalii has made remarkable advance in utilizing "Yes," he replied, "love of money." this btatio electricity. If his discoveries Twelve miles north of Norwich, Conn., can be depended on a revolution may is one of the most wonderful lily ponds shortly be wrought in the whole Mold of in America. It is a lake one mile in electric industries. diameter, so closely grown with lilies Professor Twin claims, for one thing, that duriug tho blossoming time it is that he can make an incandescent lamp hard to get a glimpse of the water. with only one wire and no carbon at all. By means of tho mustory When the wind is strone and the lilies are open the pet fume of them is peicep ho has gained over static electricity ho tible a quarter of a mile fiom the brink finds that no circuit is necessary in elec-o- f trie lighting. One wire pas from the tho pond. mam hue of the electric current, so to ns posPotatoes should be dug as soon speak, and stops in the lump. Tho brunch sible after tho tops are dead, as the wires ran off like Hide lines' on n railway will be better than if permitted to and need no letuni track. Moreover, After digging let tho carbon filament stay in the gionnd. iUelf is replaced by them lie on tho surface until thoiough'.y n single solid block of carbon. Iuto.this dry and then pick up and put in the eel- - , . , . , u WtH,.iK. ,mmM nm1 , lar without bruising, lo prevent shrink- - gUm. brilIia!ltlV( ld t,mt then h , place on the cellar of ,t Wh((t the chnng0 fnjm the trQU. ing about bottom. hiesonio, costly carbon filament to tho t s on record aru simple carlxjii block without any return The shortest current means will he best known to said to bo the following: electricians. Dear Clara : ? Furthermore, the new electric light Tom curt cut will bo harmless. There being Dear Tom : no circuit to bo completed, there will bo I will. no danger. Professor Te&lu pasted Clara. through his body, in presence of tho Churches in Indiana are now paying American Instituto of Electiicul Engioff" debts by having "hugging societies." neers, a current 2C0 times as strong as For 15 cents one can hug a 10 year-ol- d that required to kill without its bavin girl two minutes, 10 cents for a short tho slightest effect on him. Tho secret of squeeze. Uli maitli .1 cents it puce or t)lis I)t.rformanco consisted in transform '2 for 5. Editors pav in advertising, ing dynamic electricity into static. hut can't hug anything but old maids. Another achievement of Profoasor Indiauapolis News. Tetslit is to be noted. Ho not only does . . away with tho carbon filament, but oven A new tolling mill in the Krupp works with tho incandescent lamp itself. If at Essen, Germany, is probably larger two largo bright metal plates fixed than any other in the world. It will opposito each other bo connected with roll plate- about 2S inches thick and near- tho terminal wire of a dynamo and ly 12 feet wide. The roHs are of steel. tho current turned on immediately Each pair in their rough state weighed there is created between them im 100,000 pounds. electrostatic field. If in this electro. Mrs. De Stylo Tho expiessiuau has static field is placed a glass tube, from come with my box of Worth dresses. which tho air has been exhausted, tho tube will immediately glow with light Tell pa to go down and pay him. enough to illuminate a room, although Little son Pa can't go down now. He's sew ing a patch on his pants. Good it is entirely disconnected with tho plates. Tho plates may bo get near tho News. opposito walls of a room and then tho MS Ruff Shinliner shot and instantly epaco can bo illuminated by placing tho killed Ambrose Stephens at Jellico over tubes anyw here in tho room. Perhap4 a woman. hero i3 tho electric light of tho future. trau-tportutio- This is wlutt The Christian Union says alwut it: "Your great railroad coriora-tion-- . lr..rr) own a mth of all the capital of community. They own its highways. they control Controlling the prices of fnotl and fuel. A nation whoe food and fuel are owned by its kings is as free as Egypt when Joseph wasrrime lninister, What are you go MUus' Norvo and Liver Pltla ing to do about it?" Acton a new principle -- regulating the Aliver, nerve Kindlnic that I can not make a dtvcnt living bv doing a credit bu.lness, I hate icutil xa uo all g. I uggy and wai.n making of my it Y and repairing for sad for cheaper cash )'"" can get wrrk don Morlt Wins. paving a. avoid (he humiliation of having stJtrmenu w Veleire to say to our citiiona inat for years for prtwiited everv few weeks haseheen llitit; Hr Klir New VAAUTKR FIKI j,.im Consumption, Hr kins' New Life 1'IIU Huik-wn'TumetmiMe, K) Arnica Salve and Kle.lrsc Bitter., and has never handled remwlie that sell a. well or the such uuiwsal satilacl.in. We de have not hesitate to gnarcntce them ever) time and we-aUtid readv to relund the purchase pnee 1 hese factory re.'ills 1' , not follow their us their great popularity pureh remedies h 111 their mti.i. A. R. Tenny, Hruggi.t. bottles free at R oh. ih .l s !. LounviLtc Is th line f i Nsanwn.it ft. i H. riii u"i ICE, ICE We will deliver ice racn iromlnj CO I v.... ui .. jSxsjii 1.1 v: vw:.. afilll Make tlos i iiii li I' r all V"i, a. it v i.... ijiiiim n al as folkivvs LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROUUH TICKI.TS sol l. HA(.tA(.r CHI l Kl.l) rilROl .H points 11 stomach and IkiwoIs thrcnKh the cure bilious discoverr I)r Miles IMIaapoedth constipation torpid liver, piles, os bad taste,meu. women, children rnllet, Unenualid for Sanr' miMcsl, surest Kilty dose aj Under 50 100 unci ?3 ol a cent. Pounds 1J cents, over under 100 1 cent, over freest A R l'enn's lor M. F. K-ij- EL KIN & CO., Ky. l'rw w dead-bea- etu-eudo- tv-fiv- Whnn When Wlwn When Rabr was IcV, wo rato her Casteriv aho n as a Child, alto cried for Cnstorla. stio bcame Mis-- , alio duns to CAtorl. sho liaJ Clill 'ren, alio cave Uwrn Castoria. r Stanford, Qfllltf svTfuvi. si rr.T tjbv-v- ttt IVRIlMHtS(r,f, Kv. r Ae i, ins f h ki I V v I C v ii formi! ire of kM 1 Mini f , i i.t,,w Sale of Lincoln Farm ON SEPTEMBER well-know- ! , oar nTTlTTiTrrA' , y TC22lliT.TT? snnig TP5 'Mt. "m 'a.1 IFJisSiQrl Allti Vi-ia-- HO ri'm.Mm&Rm. V I nsRsW " mi! 'ssswr flT.f fvWaVB sfal 11J dy-ti- st 9th, n 1891, 1 Twit t f r iv r . 'be t i v trt.,i C r, , AtiooclnckA M, we will sell to the hi,r e nidder in the premises, the J l Neal, dei'd, situated on the wstrr. fll.ik-inLining about ijo acres to be -- MaVme Oirrv t St I nr Kork and adjoining the J 1 Austro-Hungar- y ." Kufi) five acres In cnltiv4ti ual survey the resnaimler well set In grits. All In I ig'i of culuvilHiu, well watered and well im slate proved and Ore tnird cash balance in we cent, two 'lay r.mu rieariog' with ncruiued K Cash f jrm i n y yt ol-al- e 4 ,t,l J.r.CASHnBdwni MURPH. Kvor J (1. Nildr..l PORTMAN HOUSE, , ihkhs, Havmir ren.i . merdal H"t. I an vvll as j wish m my lini r y I'lr' er ru, t tr.e Com o j ' ,.it ill mlate ill'.n'll in ") tlim hy mi) I ifl C V. mi a)o waited on J KSsh THOMPSON, InCrnimrrti.l Hurl. 1 e 'rosw ohosavks, COvtihcs Washington, Uallimore, Philadclpliu, Ouickesl time loHsrrod.burg, Preokfoit. Ky Kiihmood, VIRGINIA Shoitm and Oi.lrkest line tn New York, Mii'tig.!') Chuago, Hetroit, Hutl.lo, li.vr'.hit, tndianap. In and tre ctt. New Lagland. C.nia, iu, I ..( f- -r ir ir.l linon d ISoston, -' -' STANIOUD, KV So' d Trams, Ssggagt tars, snaokitgisrs t A Pullman ft id. it Meej'ers I'lr igh vilr . onl .h'ig via Chilian oga, itiiailiigham.Mrrtii makin direvt iubmi iihs en rout I r ksm. i.n ville, Ahville, Lvaihkerg and puwis Hi Ik tend-neeinlS9- JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. and refurnisb..!. is r. .w ' mtend to condm t it in iu) charge nd d not only nuiiuain it. high reputation, a- it t toils long list o! fliend. Special tine mn rm'I .r rooms and for cooimcrtiil travelers the dlsploy cf samples. 'L'aVHQILKA. A im-hea- -' IhisH tel, ren.vatad 1 - s. A First-Clas- s Saloon curly-haire- d And RILLIAUD and POOL nOOVs str . hed JOSEPH tOI j;.t for Ailanta, Columbu, Wi'miBg n, Cnarlesioii, Augusta, kla. on. Ssttansa, mtwuk, l.nkc Lit) Thosswtvill aud I I.OKI PA iiiils 1 ir onli line lunnlRir solid trains with chesci P man ftoudosr or Palace fttarpintr Cars ro Jack- s. wii vesikuMit change lor ) class of poen K is or bKgaa Sr in and Monigomerr. H lltcatur, r rcn . .viampsM. ana s u s pcaaii t S.i and ut. kotlo nnialua Selina, MO Me Pilot connections made at NKW OR. I r AN'v witl.oiit omnihus transfer for tfiOvesiM i t CbalianoAga -- ir i ini,!l, ill--- Bi-bies- ." DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Oflice South side Mam street, in olhce receatly vacated by Dr. I. K Huffman, Stanford, Ky. 15. II. FAKMIelt, Ie. n. COOK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, IK. tonsortal :artist, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, s TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. T'ie onlv ihrough line u Jatkson and uksberg, M.-Slirrvuet I.a , making .Hr.Hi lonnsctioas wnh it immbiis ttamfrr l r Dsllaa Prrt Worth, Amliii Vn Antonia, KI f'asu ami p liu.in TEXAS, ARIZOHA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. t maps and lul Pnrthruugh ralM infonnali.-call Ky s. D M1IIFR I - ' STANFORD, KY. Office over McRobotts' James II ton ville and Danville pike Owens' property at the junction ot Drugstore Residence Hus- Harlirr Shop on Mam street, op. Ha a nrst-rlaposite Puriiuau lloi.e and invuei a share of your Prompt aitcntson to outside call and patronage special attention to tadie and rhildrr Work rfone in th latest strle with nealntt and disS3 im patch. rath D I. LHUAKDS. Manijfr I, A T A., Cln.l r'ltl fi rnr&KJziSk crri Kentucky Central R.R. "JL.1TJC (JUAKS ItOLT'l'JC." Shortoat nnd Qulckout Routo from Contrnl KflHtuctcy to all point North Euat, Wont and South-WoFar jjimi xjuxuiKtc'ii mm uincln- - "fy. jl rvntl. uuinuoii THKOUOH TRAIN'S CINCINNATI TO MIDjf Pfc.11. lUriiif... . V .if J ll I IV, Tlio nt ' w fila-me- THE F. I RILEY B. HOUSE, iOLD KY. ROUTS ' London, niLEY, Proprlotor, - Kentucky. to accommodate Newport News ' Hotel and am better the public Good Livery attached and every convenience di sued. Give me a call. prepand than ever have moved to my nw Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore Now York, . A Mhv vippi Val'ty Co , "E D. ivlia Vi.tit tiled Trains to t...-.n-.r.- WMU 1 1 ' SCHEDULE IN EFFECT No I. South-lloun- MA 5 1 ..iv m tu-be- is FRANR Rh.v All Points l.i.1 and Soutbea.t out Iram l.eaington. Only one Corrected lime Card in Effect Wa g, 1I91. No. LvcCHSCIavnaU ... Jiliist Hoiuul. Pnst Mail leave l.liisrtoo daily t am, Olive llillio 40 WiSKheater S tj. Ml RsoriTng pm, i.aiiiisourg 11 si, arriving at Asniawi if 15 Huntington u.so pm Eimlle.1 Kaprssks kaves Ieingtoa itaily at 6 is Homeoimthic Physloian, pm, Wiuchesler 7 00 Mt Sterling Olive KESIUCKY. a 03, Ashland 10 y Catlettaburg 107 4jo, arrivingHill - at SI AN FORD, j, liuutingiun al u ojum daily, esceot Sunday. leaves' to n a m , i to j p m , lo Office Hojr -l- o Ario.iimodution. I l.exuieloti at 5 it pm. Win heslur r 10, Mt. hter- P ITl Olhce on Lancaster streut, opposite court house lifK 7 45. aniving at Oltv Hill al ta pm .. scept Sunday, leave Actotnmodatioii, daily 3 . ')r I.oiligtoH nl it 40am, Wiuchesler if ro m, Mt. Sterling 0 pm Daily leave Olive Hill ( 41 ! ! Ashland 1 41 am, Cairestshuig 9 uj, arrive Hunt ' I ,, DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, ;, iti one-third- J 1 Air Winchester.. l Arr Itichniond... 4 Arr Lancnater. Arr Stanford..,. ) IyttleTiisvosvTI 1 Air Liviagton... J I.ve Middleshoro Xorth-Iloun- d. Lv I,vc Arr Arr Lvc Covsngtoa. FatJMtjh Part . . ., S Es. Sun. I le a m il IS a m is! t ro t at 16 Dally p m' Lxmt;ton. Paru 11 II 11 14) rn'it am is p m.to ra ) p tu1 00 p m p m, p in )lpm p '"lira ' pm 4 3 10pm 00 rn iw ''151 o s 7 J- - ja p oi ra 7 p m JS p tn $ V hi li I1 m 41 P as love-letter- TAXES TA2SES TO TAX-PI am A toee-lh-c- No. No. 1 No. injton 9 15am. YHltS OF Fast t prepared n districts. Catlettsbur 6 as. Ashland 6 17, I have school UK to collect lor 11 01 nnd a rives Lux-Inone time I hope Sterling lea;, Come preparetl to pay nil at at uoj pm will try. lo be first tu settle that every Limited Fxprvis leave HunrlngtiHi daily al so with me or one of ray deputies in. Kictianl M. pm, Callettaburx 1 tj, Ashland jo, Olfvo Hill Ntwlalid, Samuel . Menofee N MhNEr hb, joi, Mt Mcilin 3 4 ja, Wuichest.M jlandHrrlves J. At I at jo pm. Sheriff olLincoln Co. 3,MTO Accommodation, tlally exrept Sunday, leaves Oliv Hill 4m Ml. Slerlluir 6 15. Winchester 7,1 j and arrive at I.rviiigtnil at I05 am . ALCoaeodatloiKlailv Icavu Huntilictnii 1 6 si pm, Catleltsburg 6 57, AsIiIasmI 7 to and arnves nt Olive Hill ! 55 pm. Except Sunday lenvos Mt Sterling at I 10 pm, Wlnchet'er i 53 and arm es a Pei Mm are hereby forbidden to fish in my lake, Lexington at 45 pm 1 miles West of WaynesbuM, under the petialtit Limited VrstibuUd Express run dally and I. as prescribed for s.uh , Pullman Yestibuled llutf't bleepers between Lou. 1.V.11W t.,fc. ...osimile, uy uvllle, l.rxington, Washington, New Vork and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated TY LINCOLN COUNtaxes for li.yi. )u A"vt Ilouitil. Mail leave Huntington dally lnchlr 1 I.ve Middlesbnro 65a l.ve Livingston .. " 'i Arr Richmond,... II 40 at floo am, o 7 Olive Hill I lo. Mt I.ve Stanford I.ve 1 st 1 tax-pay- er jsl wAnm-rca- "....,,,,. LIME AND BRICK. . I will deliver 1 at as Cents a llushel In Laic caster, Statin rd und the neighborhood. I will also 1. ad on cars at Crab Orchard, llrick at 75 ceuti a hundred. Give me a chance. FRED KIIUEGEU, Crab Orchard ai6mj EC. FLE2HTEH, .V Dealer lu Koteign Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS, Setin St Ackerman's and Milwaukee Lottled beer, 314 East Jefferson street, bet. Flovd and Steam Wtled Preston, LOUISVILLE, KY My gooils beer, warranted to keep six month will he found at the Portman House saloon and 1661a at Ferrill lire'., Kowland. A--c Arr Paris 7S F.ve Lexington 1 p. m I.ve Pans a p m I.ve Falmouth.. 4 p nt Arr Covington. . 5 p m Arr Cincinnati J p ta On theMaysville llranch, No lo. leaves Paris at 7 IS, am and No. u, at 6 ij. p m, arriving at Masvilleatioio,am, and I jo, p m. No. t leaves Maysvillc at s o a m. arriving at Pans at 7 40,am. No 11 leaves Maysville at jo and arrives at Paris at 4 10, p m. These trains are daily except Sunday. No 1, dully to all points except Kowland Divis ion, which i.dailj except Sunifo'. No 1 runsdall) from Eoxiugion to Cincinnati No, 1 runs daily East of Huatiucton on the C. Ar O. Route. No 5 runs daiiy from all stations except the daily except Sunday he Fast Mail Trains run tween Lexington and Huntington. Mnke direct Rowland Dimskii, winch is daily except Sundav No 3 daily, except Sunday connection at Huntington with C .V O. ; nt Ash No 4 daily brtw.tn Cincinnati and Lexington land wnh S. V. R J at Winchester with K. C 4) Paris R. north and south bound, and at Lexington with ly No Leaves and Lexlngtnn Accommodation daiLexington 10 00 a. m Arrives Pans I. & N., L. S and C , N. O. .V T P. Railroads. 10 45 a in I.exiniitsn and Olive Hill Accommodation daily No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves CincinConnects at Winchester to and except Sunday. nati 5 from K. C points and at Lexingtoc with L. A N. except 10 pm Arrives Falmouth 705pm dally Sunday, R. R. for Louisville No. 7 Leaves Falmouth f 00 a m. Arrive Cm. Mt Sterling Accommodation Lexington and direct cote cinnatta 7 55 a m dally except Sunday runs daily except Sunday, and makes Mlddleslior-ougNo. and 6 make connections at Wincheiterfor h ncction at Winchester t and from and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S point on tht N. N. A M V U'y, E. I) ..N.,.,c',r,eVhr0l.l.h c?r. "Vn Cincinnati to Ky for Louisville. information in regard to rates, routes. Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap aud all In Fori , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines iiiicui.c ....Mini, uiiu run. uauy. W. I. MUNSON. Trav, Pass. Agt.. CI ncmniti. S. R KNOTT, C. P ATMORE. riLE.HUNTlNGTON, C L. I1ROW.V, Tradic Manaeer. Gon Pass. Agt. V P. and O M , G P A , Gercrnlumce. LoulsvllU v.. Lexington, Ky, S. F. II. MORSE, Gcn'l Pass'g'r Aut.. W S HARRISON. G.W. HARNEY. G. M., Lexitigtun, Ky T P. A., Ashland, Ky . Office Chamber ot Commerce l.uiUlinff.CiDcinnar 11 11 1 a a a a 7 J" a Lancalr Arr Richmond. .. 10 is a I.ve Richmond. . le 46 p ! 49 p Arr Winchester m in m m in in in 6 es am- in S5 a rn a in P tn 33 00 p rn 7 00 a in 1 4 v 45 P n 7 S3 a nii'4 5 10 p in 9 i a in 5 jo 40 P nt 10 44 a ml v ,17 50 p m 10 S5 a ml 6 4 ill i F. F. V. rl J 1 Xst. A) lv '5! 1 .x.J-S..Vleyi.J,J,ialu.- J rJZ,mi