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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891082501 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. v r tSmWmm 1 Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 25. 1891. NO. 50 e on the wlyg. The Interior Journal's Business Manager Flies to tho Rocky Mountains, In Ordor to Eacupo tho Army of Pooplo who Mua. Have tho Pupor. INTKKKSTINU XOTKS Al.ON'ti THE WAY to if On Hoi'te, Auk. J1. Worn out from tho fatigue of recording new subscribers, squaring accounts, Htul other hucIi uninteresting business, I have sought to myself awhile from the nuiu who insists on having 1H do.eu or more copies of tlio paper or swears by nil that is Holy ho must iny his hill two or more times, ami hero I am houml for the Itocky Mountains to escape his Hondike clutches. 1 am now over tho Mississip pi nml wending my way west as rapidly ns the Wabash Kailroad can carry me, but dill there is n llht fear that I may boovertakenand forced by main strength to aJd another name or so to tho large majority who not only take, hut rend the dear old I. J. In company with Mr. A. M. fence, left Stanford Wednesday for Louisville, but hardly had we gotten out of the limits when tho U'banon fair was nf. .t.i.l It was our subiect till we .,.v.-v-- . .f got to that pUiM. Fond of tho trotting horse and knowing there was n good board out, we alighted and in a few tnin uteri lutor were unletting tlio ppeetty ,.i1.Im.m work-- for both the liberal nurses otlerod and supremacy. Mr. I'uncu was on his way to Illinois, where his line horse, I'enee, was book.Hl to trot Friday, high spirits over the fast work he lias already done. He is thor- oughly of tho opinion that hu hits the finest horse in tho country, and is posl-ilv tlmt tilth another vear's t,iactice the great ltotitiiu Wilinore will be made to give up the pennant of that section by his Pence's) speedy work. Hoverting to lite Lebanon fair. It can be truly aid that Marion has done herself pioud this year. Her truck is A No. 1, mill tho grand stand, which is new, can not be excelled in that poction.' , Tho illleient secretary, Mr. T. II. in the right Jr., U tho right man place, and I wonder not nt the succet-of the association with him at the helm. The tiip over the Iouisville, Kvans-vill& St. I)iiis from Louisville to St. Iouis was made without an incident worthy of mention. In tho tlrst place tho road for tho tlrst J00 miles out of louisvllo runs through the poorest por tion of Indiana, and there is not a town of over 1.000 inhabitants after caving New Albany. Secondly the travel, was very hglit and altogether of the masculine gender. The road is a good one, however, and the train was as linen "vestibuled limited" ns I ever saw. It is the shortest route by 60 miles and is conseijuintly tho quickest. Unfortu-nntelit was hardly "quick" enough for mo and was compelled to lay over in St. L. till the a. m. train, by u failure to connect. St. lx)uis hasn't moved since I was here some 0 or .S yeara ago, but has done her i share of improving. Hardly na in airs as Wiudy Chicago is, she holds up her end' of the lo fairly well and is ..........! with the thought that she will do binder as she rows larger. I shall not attempt thlslissuu to tell of any of the sights bore, but will lo so after n few days stay on my return from the West. However, I do know that it is the poorest lighted city I ever hiiw nnd it wnH almost necessary to secure a lantern to lind even the great Southern Hotel. Stanford discounts thu 'big city" in that lino and doesn't brag over her street lamps either, Understand me, I have not hunted them at all nnd really bavu seen no necessity for them, but I never saw as few policemen ns there are in St. Louis. From 7;!50 r. i. till a. it. I only lonely "cop" and he was very little larger than our 'own John Xowland. Can it be that the place is so thoroughly moral that policemen Hro not needed? Nay, veiily not. The Union depot nt St. Louis isn busy place, indeed. Hundreds of trains arrive nnd depart daily and there is a jam in the waiting rooms, as well as on the outside. Men of every clime and tonguo can be seen there nnd better place to study nature would ho hard to lind. Of course in tho jostling of tho crowd, one against tho other, the important personage known as the "crying babe" gets in his work and "ho who cries, hold, enough," is on tho popular side, nnd no thoughts of damning him are enteltaiued. St. Louis' street car lines nre piobably unequalled, save by New York where the elevated railway acts ns au assistant to that mode of conveying passengers. Cable, electric and horse car tracks make n net work of tho city and those who walk, do bo of their own accord nml not from necessity. A peculiaritytnbout tho care there is they hardly ever'stop, but merely slacken up for pasicugetH to get iso-lat- o 1 ..,-- - ' . 1 ' ( Clel-land- s on and oil' and it takes a person with ning-likrapidity with which news nt j tho present day flies over the excitable BOino experience to aboard them. lhu Wabash Kail way, unlike the ono globo is shown in the fact that only 15 spoken of above, runs through a fine hours after tho tragedy hero this week, country probably tho best farming wo received four telegrams from the country in Missouri. The boil is very great metropolitan dailies, including one dark and I was informed it was Blmiili-ca- from the New York Herald, asking for, of its fertility. Corn is looking tine particulars of the ntlair. Verily this is a and I don't think I "stretch the blank- hiiBtlingage. Mrs. Dr. J. G. Carpenter speut Sunof et" when I say that at least one-thirthe cultivated land is crowing that grain. day with her mother, Mrs. J. S. Fish. Seemingly very little wheat is threshed, Miss Lottie Dilliou has returned from n stay with MisaOra but from tho number of shocks along phiafuint three-weekthe route, I judge there was an unusual- Wilinore, of Nicholasville. Mrs. Hev. M. 0. Morgan, of Pineville, is here visly largo crop. From the car window since leaving iting her mother, Mrs. Margaret Gorm- Louisville I have counted four fairs in ley. Mrs. J. A. Newland, Misses Beaufull blast, and in Illinois there were al- regard and Lulu Stuart and Master Carliance meetings visible. Senator Vest penter took in the lebauou Fair Friday. wai speaking in the interest of a Con- Mr. Fritz Creiger. who took his brick federate Home at Higginsville, Mo. As 1 kiln to Mt. Vernoti recently, moved his pawed through Moberly, in that State, family there Uuh week. The remains of the late Judge Egand at a cross roads, near Lexington, same State, a tall Cicero was 6cen enter- bert, whoso bloody and untimely taking-oi- l' was graphically told in your last istaining a large assemblage. "Touched by a loving heart, wakened sue, were interred at the Old Cemetery, Friday, after a few brief consolatory by kindness." Those words were A I witnessed words by the Rev. W. T. 1$. White. applicable to a scene while on the train between Louisville largo concourse, numbering perhaps every man, woman and child in this vicinand St. Louis. A handsome, young man got on at u station not far ity, followed the corpse to its last restout of Ixiuisville and it was very evi- - ing place. While he had faults and i " " '" 'wuii trying too long who of us has not? Judge Egbert was at the bowl. He unit noon fast asleep, one of the best, noblest, most highly-esteeme- d n citizens that Crab Orchard has l on fell from his neat and Wined mi ugly cut on tho head. A moth-ok.,- n ever boasted. He- was as typically South"b' lookhia old lady was the llrst one to ern ns was his illustrious chieftain, Gen. Itis assistance and for an hour she bath- John 11. Morgan, under whom ho served ed lite wound witlt that tenderness that during the momentous period between only n woman can. It was not long till '01 and '((". Aristocratic, yet courteous the young man was duly cober nml this and sociable; geueious and impulsive, kin.lly old lady, who is beyond doubt yet not familiar; bravo and heroic, yet earth, gave him a loving kind and gentle, he made friends among " talk, which soon produced a coj ions tlow all classes, who deeply lament his fate. fleeining-nndwasi- n I lie sympathy of the community to an Tin- w ' ' " b" oonverted nml his promises to tho extent that has never been shown here old lady, an 1 hor kind nets toward before, is felt for the wife and son in this t wayward youth, was n sermon to the their sorrowful hour. Dr. H. U. Hedd, of Montana, is here occupants of the car that time can never '"',,,e "or circumstances cause to forget. on a visit to his father. Mis?. Maggie I go to Denver and Irom Tucker, of May wood, spent several days them to Manitou, Pike's Peak and other of this week with hor friend, Miss Vir-gi- e White. Mr. II. B. Farns, of Danpoints of interest ninoui: tho Itocky Mountains, and in Friday's issue I shall ville, who was in town Thursday, wns endeavor to tell your readers what 1 accompanied home by .Miss Alice Moore, who will spend several weeks in the capK. C. W. saw. ital of Boyle. Miss Annie McCluro left CRAB ORCHARD. Wednesday for Pittsburg, where she will bo the guest of Mrs. J. W. Bastiu. One thousand yards of Standard prints at ." cents a yard. W. K. Per- - While there she will take in the Loudon Fair. A quartette of Lancaster's gay at. kins. gallants, composed of Messrs. Henry An-PJ. W. Smith's school nt the ut d s' well-dressed MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Miss Mattie, daughter of Col. Jap. A. Fisher, of Boyle, will wed Mr. J. L. Gashwiler, of Renick, Mo., at Danvillo J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Wednesday evening. Mr. anil Mrs. Stephen Osborne, of 1891. Knoxville, Tenn., are soon to celebrate the "2nd anniversary of their marriage. Full corp. ol Comervatory and Normal School leather. Superior course in Literature, Music and Art. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues nnd circular furnished on application. They are respectively 101 and 92 years of nge nud have 1290 descendants. Friends hero have received invita tions to the marriage of Prof. A. S. Pax-tolate principal of tho Stanford Female College, to Mies Mary C. Tapscott, of Stauton, Va., who was a member of B. BLAKEMAN, the faculty. It is to occur Sep. 2, after which thev will make their home The record work, has pat, exceptionally in Florence, Ala. Everbody predicted pood, and we of the Stanford Male Academy for thorough pains will been in the maintain its former would anure its au.l friptidt that nu be sp.ueJ to that this would be a match and tho sur- high standard.of The course study will include all branches necessary to prepare for the Frehman c!aj In Colprise is that it has not been consummalege and at the sarr.e time will be arranged to meet tne w.int of those sreklnir a first class English education For those who may desire to fit tlim.elves for business, a special course In arithmetic and ted before. Both have many friends book keeping will be mirkert out here who send congratulations and best The fail will open TUESDAY, SEPT 1ST, and it is espscially desirable that all pupils be present on that day. wishes. TliltMS: Stanford Fenmle College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, n, STANFORD MALE ACADEMY F. Principal. pat-o- ni ltrr ami-tow- ''' )": rof. e College building opened Xt Monday with -- y 1 metro-poht.u- saw-on- e pupils. Tho L. & X, has established n permanent night ollice here, with Mr. II. L. Thnrp, of Hrodhead, m operator. A rattlesnake measuring 9 feet in length, and hearing about witli his venorattles and a button, nious serpentshlp wns killed near town Friday by Mr. K. I). Smith. Col. II. II. Houston ih one of tho notable now registered nt C. O. Springs. It is not tho strength restoring waters, however, that he's after no, no, it is something richer, rarer, racier, more exquisite still, which Tom Mooie defines as "a charm beyond nil that the minstrel has told." Need wo say that it is love, and that the colonel has got it bad. Hev. Amos Stout, of Lancaster, who has for the past year been preaching for tho Baptist church at this place, has been engaged to till the Hainojpulpit for another twelve months. He is an able, earnest mill eloquent speaker, it pious and jrodly man, and thoroughly conversant with the Scriptures. His sermons, if wo are any judge, are like apples of gold in pictures of silver; nud we hopo both saint and sinner will make it it point to hear him nt each of his services. lie social party given by Mr. and Mrs. Will Curtis, at their cozy country borne, Tuesday evening, in honor of Mrs. Dr. Cotterel, of Knoxville, and Mioses Lizzie Dehaum, Annie Higgins and Mary Prathor, was quite a pleasant affair. Several couples' from town went out; and these, with tho neighboring beaux and bolls, made up a inerrycoterio of "0 or more. Games, conversation, nnd a spread of dainties rounded up the evening's enjoyment, for which each and all, on taking leave, wero loud in praising their entertaining host nud '-'0 1 teto-a-teie- s hostehfl. 11 being, That multitudinoiisly-gifte- d tho Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbin, who, in bis varied nnd erratic career hero below, lias been a lamentable failure at office- history-writinseeking, nnd Sunday School superintending, has at last discovered tho true bent of his genius, and is out now in tho role of Hear him ye gods and yo creeping mortals as the Louisville Times of the 0th quotes him: "Upon being presented with a cup of cold water thoothor day at Crab Orchard, the Hon. F. F. Dobbitt delivered himself of thisrhymic toast : 'Hero's to Crab Orchard and her healing waters, Hor brave eons and beautiful daughters, Her Dave Edmlstons and Dan Slaughters.' " This is capital; and if the Honored Fout. doesn't next fall to writing fables, like yKsoph, wo have some hopes for him yet. Another striking proof the light- speech-making, widow-courtin- g to.ist-maste- r. the Members of the Stanford and Dan- (For five months payable quarterly in advance, with reasonable deduction for protracted sickness.) Primary Department $i3.,o ville Presbyterlan.Ghurches. Intermediate Department.. 17.50 "Thy kingdom come," has been the Classical Department 22,30 1.00 prayer ascending for 1800 years from in- Incidertal Fee fant and ndult lips, and yet there nre niCHMONn. KV. Thron Cn over 1, ','00,000.000 of our fellow men Departments ENTRAL UNIVERSITY of Study, Ci.ASKi(.AL,SciKNTiric, Com- Nearly 100,000,000 of these MHKCIAU AND I.KTTERS COURSES. 1 nre in China. Every tick of the watch A Full Faculty- of alilennd experienced men, e.h a specialist in his department. i meaiaie, in tne neart ol tne region, I ooo feet UlCUmonu, tne geograpHicai i rnire strikes the death note of n responabove the ea. free from mataria, a few lours by rail from Louisville, Cincinnati, and Chat, sible Chinaman. A Christian dies, then tanooea. Kefined and hospitable ci..uuun.ty and students find homes in the best Knoxville and Memo families 10,000 heathen pass to meet Him that rial Mall uJAttondanCQ last e,si(in4yi, tn.mj,, States, Territories and countries. than te said all idolaters have their part in the Now Gymnaulum-Mo- Ivilarshlp toeJ.t m.ouq added to the endowment last year. Ell?hty-tVle benefit of worthy, poor young man. lake that burns with fire unquenchable moderate $i7 to Si4" ' rtaitlon board, washing and servant attention. ExponBOS SesjBlon opens WednesJty, September 9, tp jr. Nest Rev. 21:S,) ere another Christian passes L. H. BLANTON, D. D. Chancellor For catalo;juo apply to to glory from China. One billion of heathen have never heard the name of Him who gave His life for the world. L 1 T f Every year 30,003,000 heathen o into ' I .CkT) I Y? eternity unprep.red. In the U. S. there : is one preacher for every 700 of the DANVILLE, KY. population, in Chum one to every GOO. 000. If the U. s. ami Great Britain wero 9, supplied with ministers in tho same pro- With a lull course of study, Irnth Fr. ish and Classical While the cuirse of instruction is especialCI ,ss, it Is intended at the same time to furnish a portion as the heathen world the one ly adapted to prendre yo ini cu for the to an wqo iesire It. in connection wan tne Academy ( would bnve but 1(W Hti.l tlu. ntl,or inn liberaU'.n;Ush education We expend $I)S on our home work to ?2 cSs Training-DDpartmen- t on the grosi darkness of the entire Has established in the I.01110 and under the ptrsotml crntrel of the Principal. Regular tmly heathen world. Church members give hoursleen the sup rsision cl the Principal and assistants and the rctirunts ml gcscriimcntVof a under oei tuition, 'l'1" nome are cin mue.i wim incboard, eu icaucuai ausaniages. about Ho cents a year to save n uniiuii etc .address in rtirard to heathen. A tithe of our luxuries wou'd JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danrlllo, Ky. yield 5100,000,000 and a twentieth of our comforts would yield $200,000,000 more. So that without touching our necessities An SHELBYVILLE, Knglisn and Class-icSchool for Girls. Annual wo could evangelize the world in 10 Session opens Wednesday, Sept. Otlt, 1801. years. The cry from all over the awakW. T. POYNTER. Prepares for Welleslcy. ening church is "let us preacli the gospel to every creature in the next 10 In the Mere than t.ooa alumni. years." We can do it. Six thousand IIll'.l. PP MT'D I? PAT I T7PF OMrst College leading to degrees Classical, Scientific and lll'.U.L'CIN I Pi L, LULjLjE.U L. hrrocoures Liil'dlngs just erected. Complete Gymnasium. Location young men nnd women have volunteer tie. use. Full I'aeultv. Twj derson, Randolph Harris, William Bet-tu- s healthful. No saloons XeMsess.m lecuis hept o, 1S01. For citaloene or furlhfr information-addreW. C. YOUNG, U D , D.iLvillc Ky. and John Anduiaon (My Joe John,) ed witiun tne last lew years in our schools to go as missionaries. Twenty- were here Sunday enjoying the smiles of our pretty girls. Miss Addio Heron seven per cent, of these are Presbyter at Beo Lick. rians. The Lord is working marvelous- is visiting her 8 ly. In tho Apostolic century it is estiMr. Georga Woodring, the popular night clerk at Rowland, was hero Sunday to mated 500.000 heathen and Jews were LANCASTER, KY. see his sweetheart, who, when it conies converted. In this century a church now uumberiiur 1,000,000 has been gathto handsomeness, ;is a Hardin to match. .Vl sS. lJ(i..rding department for ladies Ol'HXS Mrs. J. K. Seamon, of Louisville, is the ered. Tho Lord loft hia last marchiug only. for both ladies and gentlemen. Eleven Specialists. liMiiiLtii'ii guest of her cousins, tho Misses Hardin. orders to the church, "Go ye iuto all the Five Diploma Course Classical, Scientific, English. Commercial world and preacli the gospel to every of Mr. J. E Lynn, the big stock-buy- et Musical Piano. Vocal and Violin Culture, directed by Prof. Ra- and May wood, was here J Thursday buying creature." Nearly 1000 vears have rolled by and still this yenr Huds a billion that phael Koester. from the Royal Conservatoiy, llerlin, Germany, with mules. J. II. Collier is back from n bushave not heard it. Kro this century eitfnt' years' experience as a director. Terms as reasorable as any iness trip to Louisville. close we can preach the gospel for a wit- school of like character. Ftr catalogue or other mformation, address Ky. J.IC. CCFDGiW B. S., Pros., ness to every nation. Till then tho Lord LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. can not return to reign. When this is Itetitz & Co.'s circus will exhibit in done Ho says: "Then cometh the Lancaster Wednesday, and a large crowd end." Let us either cease to pray "Thy will be in town. kingdom come," or be up and preach .Monday, is county court the gospel so it can come. Lut us either day, with only a fair sized crowd in date to sing tho do.xology, "Praise Hun town and business comparatively dull. S. E. Cor. tth Sz Vuio, Cinoinnuti, O. all creatures here below," else sen them "Tho (blither Light Infantry" will the gospel ho they can do it. The ki Type-Writin- g, Short-Han- d, leavo for Frankfort this, Tuesday, morn- glove bill of the U. S. would pay all on.' Book-keepin- g, . ing to attend their annual encampment. contributions to save a billion lost heath They will be in camp 10 days, nndj also en. Our tobicco bill would twice over1 Business Practice. Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, participate in tho inaugural ceremonies. pay nil we give in tho U. S. for nil God's Penmanship and all Business Branches. They will be joined nt Danvillo by i'JO work in the world; and yet wo say wo Twelve Instructors. Up with the times. Established 1862. Lirpe and llourlshinR. confldetico of tho Iluslnoa Community. Has tho Utwlnesh I'ursuIU. more members of the company, who are nro Christians; and Fits tl7orouKlilj-foare aldtd in securing employment. Tho charges aro The students lire located there. The company is in com- "Were the whole realm of nature mine, ' reasonable. Boardtn demand and tho city at low llRures. Day and Mijht Sessions. Does can bo had In It were n present far too small ; mand of dipt. Letcher Owsley. as promises. Investigation tollclted. Boml for catalogue. C W McGEE, Principal. ' Love so ninazing, so divine, Mrs. W. (i. Dunlap, of Camp Nel Demands my life, my soul, my all." son, is visiting Lancaster Ifriends. Will Now the desire of tho friends in Stanllirmiugh.ini, is visiting his Kason, of parents. II. K. McRoberts has returned ford and Danvillo churches is to support China a missionary of our own. We from u business trip to Louisville. Judge in think it in our power. We feel it our Morrow spent Saturday and (Sunday at duty. Wo think it will arouse more in- - ' bis home in Somerset. Kev. J. It. Tor-c- y terest in tho Master's work to have u has returned from the mountains and ilMi.,1 liiu miliiit. nt tlm l'rivuhvti.rinii man sent out by ourselves, whom wo FOR CHilLS & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS. Ic"ow- - from who,u " ,,wr' U)r, church Sunday morning. Itev. Clay, of whom we can pray. Wo have selected Salt Like City delivered a lecture at the PRICE HEADACHE AND Hev. It. A. Haden, under appointment ' Christian church, Sunday night, on tho DISORDERS. to sail Sep. 2(1, 1S1U, for China. Our plan CENTS subject of "Mormonisiu." FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. is simple, sensible, and not burdensome. After arijuinonts by Cola.'.JHHl and We propose to take shares in this tho IPREFAREDBY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R MED.CO. ST.LOUIS MO, Bradley for thu defense, niul Hon. Jno. Lord's work. Kich share is 511. This S. Ilbeaand Capt. Ilerndou for to bo paid annually, or semi annually, the jury in the Gentry case or, better still, quarterly unless it is brought in a voidict of not uuilty. Tho paiil in full ami in advance, A secre caso.of the commonwealth against C.mor tary and possibly nu assistant secretary Roberta, for tho murder of Deputy Jailer in each church will attend to the work Parks, of Madison, is set for Wednes- of tho society. A copy of tha Mission day, and the general impression is that ary Magazine will bo sent to each person, tho trial will be none into. Hon. It. 0. or class, or family, or society, that is a deWarren has boeu retained for tho shareholder in this the Lord's work. fense. Court adjourned from Friday Wo wish to raise at least 00 shares in tho until Tuesday inorninc The grand jury two churches to cover his salary of .?(00 hoi so far returned very few indictments. and traveling expenses in hia work in Gov. Knott bus decided to locate in the Held, ic. "There is that scattereth for nnd yet itincreasoth, there is that with- Frankfort to practice law. holdeth more than is meet yet ittendeth Miss Josie Bent, a young white Caatorla curw Colic, Contlit!ori, "CtorllssoweUadartoltochlldrenthat Bour blouiach, Plarrlicva. iruoiation. employed in u millinery store nt to poverty." "The Lord loveth a cheer-- 1 I recominenJ It as superior to any prescription Kills Worms, gives kluep, "! iiruuiotiss iu. thy bread upon the , and mortally wounded ful niver." "Cast AnnitlL 51. D.. lr Bardstovwi, shot waters for thou slialt hud it after many lit So. OxforUSt., UrooUyn, N.Y, I WltHout Injurious medication. tho negro porter of an adjoining store. days." B. IIklm, Tub CBiTica Company, TT Murray Street, N, Y. She claims that ho has followed her sevPastor Stanford Church. eral evenhiiM as she returned from the Dallas, To.xa suU'ered n $00,000 etoro to her home und that Friday iiiht fire. her. ho insulted nnd threatened To c ft 1 legea-Fourt- oon r lllue-Ura- ss - O (l-t- i j Ul VJOIl f.PP )H 11 iPO'f A P,9) H PTfWt XXUCLULOlll The Xcxt Session of this Institution llejjins Sept. 11 A Homo Soar ding narti-ula- tftiiaMNIal'tlll 1 KY.-- al Sixty-sevent- h t! South-wes- t. elex-in- t s grand-mothe- iMSTm 4R?H feJ'SKIOX not FCC Lancaster, To-da- 'im. 1 Telegraphy, r . I . mm DOCTOR 0B TAYLORS , if ft kll J 50 MALARIAL thojeoui-monwealt- h, Infants and Children. wo-min- i, ' -- A J -- n W K if W m . m' idiots, called regret to hear that l!ev. T. J. Godbey j cation of diseaser, aged H. Pesides a Interior sentimentalists through courtesy, are will likely not be returned to the church ' husband sho leaves six children. Her holding up their hands in holy .horror hero by the appronching conference. He maiden name, was .Mary K. l.imUny and again and decrying against capital pun- U an excellent man, a tine pastor and has she was an excellent christian woman. F ishment, because the head of murderer dono a gjod work hero. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. He v. H. A. linden, who will sail for ?uvexa . Conway was jerked oh" at Liverpool and from tho The Institute is over and the crowd Stafford, Ky., - August 2., 1S91 blood spurted right and left. What dif- China, Sep. "0, as a inisjiunnry ference does it make if it did? If the feel- - Stanford and Danvillo Presbyterian of apparently happy are Is Receiving His iugs of the man is worth considering it 'chinches, preached a good sermon here 'misted on our streets. The editor of tho Voice, tho leading was a much less painful death than by Sunday morning. On our hrst page win Mrs. Mny Province fell out of and prohibition paper in tho United States, the slower one of strangulnMon, though bo found an Hrticle from Kov. Pen Helm was run over Saturday by a having scored Inalls for cer- the murderer richly deiei veil the more giving the proposed plan for his support. wagon she was driving. Sho was sup tain alleged discrepancies between tbo torturous death. He had cut a boy's Give mm a call. KMer P. F. Clay, formerly State posed to bo seriously hurt nt the time, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. statements in his speech nt Prohibition throat simply to gratify a de&iro to see evangelist of Kentucky, but now mis- but is getting along very well now. l'ark, Aug. 1, and his article in the Fo- how he would die. No sentiment or sionary at Salt Lake City, Utah, will -P- rof. Chnrley Brock left for rum three years ago, he publishes n re- other loolisuness should oe wasted on a lecture on "Mormonistn as it Sunday to make his future ply. In the speech he showed what an him. Everybody should rejoice that seems in Utah" at tho Christian church home, and carried with him tho hearty utter failure prohibition had proven in such a monster was killed no matter if here Thursday evening at 7:o0. Tho wishes of the majority of our citizens (LAIKALKXANDKK'SIIOI'H., Kansas, while in the Forum he had pro- his head was jerked oil to do it. public is respectfully and cordially in- for his future happiness and prosperity. nounced the law and its workings a com vited to attend. Watermelons and canteloure8 are AND Tun Covington Commonwealth man, plete success. The senator says that the "We thank God," said Hsv. John plentiful and cheap. Sweet potatoes are n was based on information fur- having exhausted without avail every Pell Gibson, in pronouncing tlie article juu coming in now at $1 a bushel and nished by reliable persons at tho time, argument he could think of against the after a sermon from a brother of Irish potatoes are 00c. There are so Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housbut that since an extraordinary change new constitution, has given up the fruit- another church who had spoken of the many apples this year that they sell as less task of trying to turn the tide of conflicting translations, "We thank God LOU IS VILLlv, KY. had occurred. There is no town of imlow as 15 cents. portance in Kansas now, he asserts, public sentiment, and now tills his edi- that Thou has made tho Scriptures so W. R. LOGAN, John Tipton, a citizen A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall "Clerks. where whisky and beer are not sold as a torial page with learned disquisitions on plain that a way faring man though a of this county, died suddenly at his and similar abstruse questions. 'simpleton' may not err therein," and the home Friday evening with cholera morbeverage, that in the principal cities the base-ba- ll dram shop traflic is practically licensed Age can not wither nor custom stale other preachtr is at a loss to know if he bus. He leaves several children and a by the monthly imposition of lines and the infinite variety of our Pro. Blakely. meant him. widow, his second wife, whose only that the brewery, which in a test case Jamks Fusox was given lo years at A large crowd heard Kev. Pen Helm child was two days old. the supreme court of tho United States for lj hours on "Scriptural There was a shooting scrape at PitU-burfor rape. He had previously discourse held the State had power to suppress and Pineville Baptism from a Pible Standpoint," at his Saturday night between 10 years for the same offense in destroy, has been and is now in constant, served church Sunday night, and all admitted George Gragg and Bill His is certainly a case 5 uninterrupted, and profitable operation. Tennessee. v;v whether thev agreed with him or not Miller, of that place, in which .Miller TTTrilUM'JH r- . n. v belongs to tho jurisdicwhich properly .:v iittwsjri" " These observations, continues the senathat ho advanced some absolutely indis was silently wounded in tnreo places. Av of Judge Lynch. tor, are not prompted by hostility to pro- tion X putable arguments that the Pedo Bap- Particulars could not bo obtained. hibition nor by preference for any oth Hon. Gkekn It. Kei.i.eh, of the Car tists are right in their mode of baptism. an Craft is down w hit typhoid a'' VVfi1 er plan of suppressing the enormous lisle Mercury, who was clerk of the The mode, however, is not so important fever, I at the attack seems to be very evils inflicted upon society by the abuse last House, is a candidate for heart of tho receiver is right. light. His grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie as that tho of intoxicating diink6. Prohibition may with a good chance of being chosen. The speaker said that in a ministry of Pearl, is also confined to her bed with be the best method of dealing with the He is a good man and a good cleik and 215 years this was the first sermon ho had something similar, but if it Is the same appalling problem, but the friends of we hope to see him honored. devoted exclusively to tho subject aud diea.-- o the case has not fully developed 1 he OLIVER is still in the lead for lightness of draft and temperance have nothing to gain by in- it may be as many more years before he yet. perfect tolerance, hypocrisy, and misreprcsenta- work. It also leads in low prices, being the cheapest as well as the NEWSY NOTES. again. His commission is to does so If the many people who will attend tion, and nothing to lose by fearless, can best Flow on the market. Don't nbusc your Plow if it don't work-wepreach Christ and to make Christians, In North Dakota n hailstorm de- not Presbyterians or other Pedo Baptists. the fair want to se a sight, they should 'did, and truthful discussion. with bogus extras, but sec that every piece you buy has the Oli-ve- r go around by our common school house stroyed 7,000 acres of grain aud did much " ' and look at the out house provided for t J. FOSTF.R. other damage. Last month the whole region FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the 200 children (male and female) who Hanover, X. II., was shocked by Three masked men held up an ex- Fon S.H.K. 1:1 ewes and one buck. w ill attend the "chool. Thre is not a n j Mikoi i.m w n iiK.r.iss the murder of a beautiful young girl, press messenger on tho Georgia Central S. P. Stagg. town outside of lundou on a railroad wnose person snowed mat sue nan niso mul got away with fi'.oUO. The Latonia races commence on the but what does better. been tho victim of her murderer's hell Interstate Commerce Commissioner Next Wednesday, Thursday and Friish lust. Frank Mmv, the hiied man Walter L. Pr.ige, of Alabama, died Sat- .'list and last a month. Tom Carbon killed John Hunter at day (if it don't rain too bad) there will of Chriatine Warden's father, who was a urday at Spring Lake, X. J. be mure people hem than come for any fanner, was suspieioned and his disapChicago is going to have at her fair Covington without apparent cause. 1. B.Gentry sold to K. P. Owsley other attraction, not excepting even a' pearance strengthened the belief that he a perfect reproduction of Venice, with 25 stock lions, average 110 pounds, at J ciivus. The Laurel Count v Fair alwns r of tho horrible real gondolas and gondoliers. was the whole country joined in crimes. Tho brines them in furnaces, spriug nnou. T IT The American Wheel Co., with cents. I ITIT ?"Jack" Chinn has been appointed road wagons, horse-bac- k P. the seai ch, but it was not until Thurs-- , works in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and and on f t XT -l 1 Starter at the Garfield Park race track and this will not be an exception. ThtCL L that ho was found. He hud bar- -' other States, has failed for $1,800,00!). dayjast - CJ premiums on everything havo been in-- j ricaled himself in one of Mr. Warden's j The Arkansas Alliance has adopted Chicago. G. W. Fitzpattick sold to parties at rrwiwd, the new race track is u dainy and when a posse attempted a resolution opposing the Hon. P.. (J. & Danville, last week, 205 uwes at ?.l 05. nnd the accommodations for the sightto btoriu it he fired upon the men, Mills for Speaker of the next House. cloud-bur- st Somerset Republican. wounding seriously one or more. He seers ample for the thousands who will A spread devastation at Tho John Lucas farm of !50I acres, attend, and they will surely bo here. Ed continued to fire until his ammunition Pottsvflle, Pa., and contiguous country was exhausted, and then refused to sur- Sunday, causing a loss of half million of five miles from Paris, was bought by had bettor rnme up. Joseph Lair at $05 20. render till he had been shot three times. dollars. Excursions. The Mt. Sterling Sentinel reports It was all tho olliceis could do to preFor shooting City Marshal Bruce, of G F.N IV- ..I law CrcKrnt nnu!i sates of 50 fat cattle at 5 and 225 moun- Men vent the outraged populace from dealing Shelbyville, Ind., Charles Hawkins was follow, rlt O , (M intas ar To Puli-Bj- r via sum mary justice to the fiend. He is dragged from jail there, Saturday night, tain cattle at 21 to 3. Ciuiiaaati Aug. ;. M. D. Elmore H tho boss cantaloup nvU; now in jail and will no doubt be made j and lynched. To the Sohnkwh fair fren all Ulllrii biwetti ,to attone as much as his worthless life) It is said that' John E. Green and raiser. The largest so far is 10 pounds, siihI Oakdaki a4 on tint ingt 'can for his heinous crimes, which cry Miss Kse Castleman have been selected but ho exects to beat that. from ShetbrvMte ami ttaltwM eat! Ihrr- Kees Bros., of Shelby, sold in Louis of Seat (to 11, kh4 to iatnn till it Ua Ian for aloud for the tortures inllicled by the for King and Queen of the Satellites of j Mercury ville 0: fat Berkshire hogs, 10 months th round trip. Spanish Inquisition at Louisville this fall. Oct 3 (torn Sim- - ' To CiBiinuiU from AmJe President Bahnaceda's army mot tho old and weighing 2;0 pounds, at 51. tKt and itatiOHt Berth .iHd bat JtaTanoatowa ' an interview published in the Bow j enemv In The Bourbon Fair begins Sept. 1 snl ether tutieii aat oa thy LaaUvlllc Southern near Valpariaso, Chili, nnd after ling Green Times, Dr. John D. Woods. Secretary R. K. on Mtouat of tlU Ijuomim Kcr d Iy terriihV battle in which I!,000 were kill- anil lasts live days. a one of nature's highest nobleuion, ad ' paxiaU rate MM taacUl Irabu are ed and wounded, he was forced to fall McCarney has our thanks for kind In- of Pcmpn HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, announced fiom junction Crtf aorta, for Aag. i, mits that he feels Haltered at tho ma vitation lo attend. back. Merchant Sukt;Ssi. y. WaWaa Staaaa, Sopt ny kind references to him for speakDr. Clifton Fowler is 'delivering 500 10, Newport The mercury dropped 41 degrees at aa4 Seat. 17 er of the House and that he would es- Colorado, Tex., from 2 to 11 i. i. Satur- bushels of whtiut to the Roller Mills, I'ltroea ttolnr. Stake ltave ttataa caa Jon th teem it an honor worthy of tho highest day, or from 100 to Co. Theie were which he sold sometime ago at 75 cents. the nun aud the great Spectacular I hit it the only line running trains ambition to attain the position, if it in- fronts at Boone, la., Watertown, S. I), Tne price now otlered is SO cent. lution ground. volved no suspicion of bargain or prom- and 'snow near Pueblo, Col. John Hughes sold to Toms Hiinn On the .' tickt will he tuM Irom Somcrtei ise; otherwise he would not have it. A A Over 225 dead bodies have beep and J. Walker Givens 25 'Texan mares nortli it l,w utet on trailtt arriving in Cim n m. I "B ' "TV'T' "XT" "7" h Thoroughly huuest and scrupuloubly found in the coast towns of tho Isle of at $25 and 21 weanling colts from them Itfore-M! m.gooJ fori3d.t.. AtUnlicCi.e.; 3 A l A j A lC - W N J fr...i whlthmJe excursion can he urn. c i impartial, well versed in parliamentary Martinique and great many in the inte- to James Leavellat SH). Advocate. JLjL a A 1 1 P. I ( Vf L te M.i a'i othtr pcbiu. law and gifted with a full store of com- rior towns. Tho hurricane was the most The richebt htako over run for in mon sense, which a flue education and terrible that ever visite the island. ".UOZHSr, America, tho Futurity, will bo decided extensive reading has broadened and John Harbin was respited n few atSheepshead Bay next Saturday. It is brightened, Dr. Woods would make a moments before he was to have been calculated that it will be worth f75,:!25. Now lithe time to lay in your fuel fur Ihp Win model presiding officer for our hung at Poplar Bluff, Mo. A convict Turn, of Boyle, bought of Chris ter .it cheap rate ben I $1510 the ers and reflect credit alike on them and confessed that ho committed tho mur- Lyon, of this county, n Metropolitan Laurel County Coal Association himself. The Intkuioii Jouknal, which der Harbin was about to hang for. mare, dam by Garrard Chief, with n colt At l'itttburi;h, Ky . ami enter a Five Humlrvl loves aud honors him, hopes to be able News advises by GambetU Wilkes, for 51,050. The Middlesboro 300) li.ithel car ol their bait lump coal on tratk Cheese, before many months to address its Wright Kelley not to contest the seat of M. Young, at mine for re..'nt delivery This coal should Marion C, owned by J. cott you a fra.ticri ocr q'Ac on tracL at Manfrl friend aud brother as Speaker Woods, Perry Howard, dem., in the legislature of Lexington, won the Garfield Stakes in car load lot. of the lower House of Representatives. from Bell, Harlan, &c, as it call only re- from tho great Kingston, at Chicago, Lamps, Glass- - and Quccnsware, Tin- - and Wooden ware, Fruit Jars, I sult in a loss of time and money to him. Saturday, while 150,000 people cheered A five storv building in Park Place, her lustily. Time 1:55. Senatoh Caulislc, in au interview, Jelly Glasses, &c. says it would be sucidal for the democ- New York, was wrecked by au explosion The First National Bank sold 1,000 ISuileliiiK L,ots racy to advance the question of free Saturday while several hundred people bushels of wheat oirits farm on Middle In the liiniti o Kowland. coinage of silver to an equal importance were in. Many dead bodies have been creek, Tuesday, at SI. St les McDougal 6 II J, DAK ST, Rowland. with the tarifrissue. . Tho party is not taken out, hut the real extent of the fa- sold :C head of extra lino cattle, averagunited on the former while on tariff re- talities is not known. ing 1,000 pounds, to W. II. Jeffries, at ! form it is practically a unit and can The lands in tho Iudinn Territory 5 cents. Eluabcthtow n News. Dealers In and aggressive light. purchased by the Government last ytar make n confident Tho "box" supper nnil festival, given Even with free coinage the people will will be thrown open to settlement Sepnot be benefited if the drain produced tember 10. Hundreds of people aro under the nuspicen of the Maywood Sab- ON 1891, SEPTEMBER by high prices is continued because their passing through Guthrie to the bordeis bath school Saturday night, was largely attended and proved a most pleasant At too clock A. M , we will sell to the hlgliot money will be wrung from them through of the domain, in order to be ready for and entertaining atl'air. The prolamine bidder on the prcmie, tho well known l.trm of custom-hous- e The senator the bci amble. exactions. J O Neal, dee'd, iiltialeil on tho waters of Money matteis seem to bo in a consisted of music, songs, recitations, was not prepared to say thut Cleveland Fork ami adjoining the J r Cah farm, coii- dialogues! ami tableaux, in all of which tainins atioui 150 acres to ueatccrtaiiieu oy an SE2Q would be renominated, but he is sure no squally condition at Montgomery. SILtSJa AJSTT c ual survey acres In iiltivation and crass, All in hli;li tho Moses Bros. Bank failed for a the participants acquitted themselves the remainder well set other man has the hold on tho people and well Ini Among those who took tiate of cultivation, well watered that he has. The veiws of Senator Car-li- se laige sum, and Saturday the Farley Na- spendidly. proven c.inh balance In one ami two jears Bank ami the Chandler Bros., part in the entertainment were Misses aro always regarded with high con- tional with ncsotwble not teaiin,;6 ujr ctml. from day A FRESH , CAR-LOA- D OF KANAWHA bankers, followed suit, their liabilities Maggie, IJunii, Sallie Hoon, Katio Na ofsHle. J.F.CASHatidwVH. MtJItl'HY, sideration. He is a statesman and a Kxors J O. KMl.ilitil. pior, .Mary Martin, .Marcie Boon, Cora patriot, above attempting to carry a aggregating S1S,000. A. J I.nuham Uaugh, Sophio Douglas, LaVzio Kirkp.tt-r;ck- , John II. C.tstlemaii point simply to gratify n petty Hpite and CHURCH AFFAIRS. Maud Douglas, Stella Stophenpon, magnify his own importance. , Alice. Sowder and Sabra Hays, Messrs. Kev. F. 1). Hale is conducting a reami W. G. Xapier. "Tho Buown IIcukv amused himself at vival at Somerset. Fied Mahal-fePrice, of a Drink," by .Miss Martio Crofton by striking matches on a pistol Kov. W. L. Williams closed a week's on tho Soldior," by .Mh,a cartridge. Tho cartridge stood it as long meeting at Goshen with 23 additions to Boon, "Hoses ami "Curfew Must Not Mary Martin, as possible, then got mad and explodod, tho church, 10 by confessiou and bap I las .1... largest and by Miss Stella Stephenki'lmg Huls.y instantly. All the fools i. King This too when it was thought & i UllllMBM ill ifi HlinCll aro not dead, but if they keep on in this and Mr. W. G Napier, were cxtjuis-itson OF MOST COMPLETE STOCK tl at the field had been fully harvente.d. way their numbers will b materially and deserve especial mention. Tito i Rev. Geo. Hunt and Messrs. E. P. reduced. music for tho occasion was furnished by "& QV Woods, M. F. El kin nnd J. H. McAlister tho Maywood orchestra, headed by that 13A1113BE& CASTLEMAN .. will represent tho Stanford Baptist IirAi Jkkry SniraoN, the sockles Kansas e:H skillfull musician, .Mr. William Ktiuis, ? J'$VT& statesman, can't see why Jay Gould church in tho Tates Creek Association, and was no small feature of tho procvcr shown in Stanford at prices MA.VAOKKb, should charge him 10 to haul him from which convenes nt Waco this morning. gramme. Tho atl'air netted about $10, meeting of tho Kentucky which will go toward buying literature as low as the lowest. At tho Chicago to New York and only demand Coramerco Building, Louisville. Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s $:) for a hog. Wo can't see either, except Conference of the M. E. Church, South, for tho Sunday School. in the State A jonts thrcuKhuut the South. who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. that the Kansas hog persists in riding on Sep. 2, at Harrodsburg, Rev. T. J. Don't have to Our Crab Orchard correspondent Godbey will bo entertained at Dr. J. M. in the cars with people sendjoHtothccity. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old - fails to note tho death of Mrs. Will SevDalton's, and S. S. Myers at Dr. PlumW. A. TEIBBLE, Local gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and erance, which occurred last Wednesday, Tiik Kentucky Post ought to kill its mer s. work is solic-te- d SIANFOUD. KY. and I guarantee satisfaction. give him a better axe. In common with many others we ' after a protracted illness with a cornpliartist or A. R. Semi-Weekly Journal TnosK tender-hearte- I d -- M.G.RUPLEp;- " '" W. WALTON. m&j&&k1& , school-teache- rs one-hor- se Springs Summer Coods do-liv- Dene-dictio- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Hates $2.50 Per Iny. THE WIJLL.ABD ' e, IMPROVED. well-know- n Manaeor. Attention, Farmers. X-ji g Deputy-Town-Marsh- al .rf 4.V &sm!wanrjk rwrjffxr' vv ll round-."abou- s ' NEW FIRM. ) JU V- perpt-trato- - K f Q)pT C AlAUALUfwlUl UO successors to:Slajr JLXl OOm O lllO out-hous- . McKobcrts.gtlcnlcrs in 1hun CLOTHING , FURiSHSC AND LADIES SHOES f : . SJly, j 1 l.oulvt!l-South- r j GOODS A - !( , ; islMEN'S' f . ! J JJ XJl. II f fi ll Vj J 1 Farmers, Attention . GROCERY" law-ma- k For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes; Rice, For Sale cw Twenty Sale of Lincoln Farm 9th, FARRIS & HARDIN, OTJK Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware Queen- s- Glass- - and Tinware. LIHE OF LAMP! lialiK-in- i; Ile-cent- ly Kortv-fiv- 111 One-thir- d 46-t- d SALT ROYAL LIVERPOOL. The Old Reliable Jeweler H in the Lead. insurance Gompany, A. R. Penny . I ," ti-u- o iigJg WmWki feJif3jUtfk m sffl!Ljr WATCH an, jewelry Aont, PENNY gHjy -- a ViatA p1 MKL . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Almust 2."i, I Tub public Fchool here, Mioses Cottle This the Inst week of vacation here. Both the College and Academy open Thurmond and Alice Stuart, teachera, opt'md ycHtorday with GO pupils. next Tuesday. ia .... .. Stanford, Ky., 1891 The London fair, one of the bust in all this section, Vull becjn last three days. and Tni:i!K will bo a grand picnic, ball 'and banquet at Green Briar Springs, on Sat- Soon Will It be CHO THE OjVLY b.o.walton, Bua.ManaKer MEANS urday, August 21). Programme nnil bill pa- Kuiaii BUSINESS. fc Knoravino Wnutllully and urtiiticnlly dono t A. H. lVnny'H. rlcaEC Yum account Is now call anil Bettlo. A. It. IVnny. Have your watch, "'ode ami jewelry repaired nt A. K. IVnny's. All work warranted. Kkmkmiiku thntall silverware, watches. riittm, Ai, bouiilit nt A. It. IVnny 8 will be engraved frctt of clmore. cameo and will be rewarded on returning it to him. Bkazi.uy lost a gold ring with of fiirn will be published in Friday's pcnrl setting Sunday. Finder per. Kverybody invited. house TIME" that HIS "personal'points. Moi.uk DaihiiIjkty i8 visiting in Lexington. Mu. H. 0. Auoiti) went to Louisville yesterday. Mu. L. 1. 1)aws isdowu withbome-tilinlike thu lever. MibM Maxnik Alkoku returned to Louisville Saturday. Mas. Jks.su: Dunn is tenching a lare tiaesin music at Monticello. MibH A.nnk Shanks left for Sheluyville ytstcrday to attend thu fair. Mrs. A. M. KoiikktuiuI Mr. W. 0. Kk belt aae nt Mr. W. M. 1 linens'. Mibs Foxik I'lnimiton is vinttlng the Mishes lluchamiu, at Crab Orchurd. Miis. Maiiv Bowman, Miss Virginia, and Horace returned to Lexington Mi.sa g ycb-tenla- M us. Dit. Scorr and Mr. Kthel b'cott, of Somernet, are staying at Crab MiU). 1'. d. Hamiton Gtistainod painful injuries by a fall dovsu n (light of uteps Saturday. Miw. UAiiTi'oiin Vuacii, who has been viMtim: Mtk. John A. Allen, has leturn-u- d to bmisvllle. Mim Mauv UnccK, who ha been Miss Kldie Yeaer in Boylu, returned yebterday. Mii Dkik.v Hal'oiiman, a Boyle county beauty, is nuioim :ho KUOAts at Crab Urehaid Sprini!H. Mu. and Mu. It. G. Bkadluy and little miii, of HarrtMlfburj;, bpunl Sunilriy with his parents Ijww. Mhh. W. S. Tam.uk and Mis. F. F. on a viwt Vauclit, of l'uUwki, have Kelloy. to Mrs. Hugo-nMiw A. K. Dknst and Minn Hello yebterday Dennv went up to with Mr. ItworKe Ciivuni. MissimMaky ami Katu Ccktis and Mrn. Dr. Cotterl went over to Lexington yenteiday to attenil the fair. vis-itiii- k' lu-ii- Htl-.'ju- rg KT r Miw. W. C. Ni'NKviACHKii, of New and Miw Mnugio Ohinler.of Louisville, are visitiiiK.Mre. A. U Hastland. him ii cripple for life. A burning tree S'kvkiii:i.v Hi iixkd. Friday night as Mih La i'i a Mi..nau.y, who spent fell on him and roasted his wholo loft Kngincer A. Underwood was down in the the tumiiier at Knoxville with hor side, his arm having to be amputated pit at Howl nd trying to put n new grate iMOthor, returned to the Collugo Sunday. an I his leg being rendered almost use-los- in tlte tire box of his engine, tho negro J. S. Jo.vw and wife left yesterday, the in the cab opened the blow oil" cock and former for .New York to buy goods, the Our flooded him with scalding steam. The A Si'Kumkn .Mail - Caiiiiiku. latter for Coluinbui", O., to visit her friend, W. 0. Pitman, at Manchester has back of his head and all down his back mother. us about the tardy was terrible burned and he sutlered exthe insurance frequently written JuikiuC. 15. KiM-Aiii- , delivery of tho Lstkuiok Jolminai. there. cruciating agonies till Dr. Keid arrived man, is again after our, people. He The same was true of other matter and and applied tho proper bandages and knows h liwi a gool thing and te hbenil an inspector was sent out to investigate treatment. The negro claims that he ouoiigh to want to divide. where thu trouble was. He finds that fell against the blow oil cock and that Uait.J. It. Uocuhh, who has been the is in the habit of opened it, but those who know say it blck at hi old homo in Garrard, Inw taking whnt mail he can carry without could not be opened that way. The fact to his run on the I.. A N. Mrs. inconvenience and leaving the rest till probably is that he w.u fooling with it, Daiik'luH Is Biill in Oarnml. he gets londy to take 'it. Tho contrac without knowing its uses or tho of Middlosboro, Misfliw. 1). ti. Col-mi- . that would follow its opening. tor has bee iiotitlsd that herauftur ho and K. K. Wilson, of IxhhIoii, who are will he lined for every delay made, and Maying at Cmb Orchard Springs, weru the postmasters along the route havo Pat Conway, who used to live in Hus- Mown to 6'i their .Stanford friends Fn- Ihn-i-i instructed to make daily reports of tonville, writes to tho Couiier Journal fiom Lucui, Ireland, denying that he $w. J. 15. l'ATitK k, of Jackson, who arrival and departure of all mall. htolo bin son from hw mother and run ' is vlsiliiiK her parunUi, Cajit. ami Mrs. Aicidk.nts. railroad men say, always oil. He states that his wife was a Pro Tom Richards, at Junction City, was up come in threes, and tho factH seem to testant, lint it was agreed before their to see the folks here Friday and Satur- bear them out in it. In addition to tho marriage that 'the children should bo day. N. ews other accident on this division mentionbrought up in the Catholic faith. The from the Harbourville This this paper, the 2nd and boy was takensick, but his wifo refused Hecms to indicate that the case is getting ed elsewhere in Ailius and Nap-pie- r, to let a priest see tho boy, and then ho eriou: J. S. Owsley, Jr., of Stanford, 3d sections of No. Jl,engineer of the one determined to leave America. Tho boy conductor and came up Monday to see one of the pret- -' and T. P. Dudderar and Abbey, of the willingly went with him and ho used no in our city. ttebt young ladies other, had n rear em? collision about I a. force whatever and mado no attempt to Tiik Lexington l'less heartily H. Brucu to m., Sunday, just beyond Mt. Vernon. conceal his plans or route. All the same Mr. and Mrs. George Lexington, and adds that Mrs. Bruco is Nine cars were reduced to splinters and it will bo hard to make the average mau much delay was occasioned. Sunday believe anything than that Mr. Conway a very handsome woman, who will prove night tho truck of a car in Cape. Win. acted tho brute in the matter. to society. a valuable addition Geer's train broke not far from Hazel Mn. C. li. I'aink, n Boston banker, is Tin; young lady who swallowed a cup delaying all trains and throwing at the Myers. One of our loveliest young Patch, drawn the niglitexpressheroat l i' i. yesterday of cold poison Thursday afternoon with ladies is thu magnet which has m. suicidal intent failed to make it, though him so far from the land of baked beans, instead of 3 a. she had n close call. When Dr. and the 1. J. admires his excellent taatu From all we could gathA Bad Cam;. arrived sho was limp and apparMus. S. C. Tui'KiiKAiiT, nfter spending er from witnesses and others at Crab ently lifeless, but by heroic efforts and her vacation at Uko Chautauqua, N. Y., Orchard, a much worse ca.so will be mado tho usual remedies, he succeeded in geta irt at her brother, S. S. Myers', for out today against Marshall Will Saun- ting tho laudanum from her stomach. before rerunning her duties at the ders for killing Judge A. M. Kgbert than young lady, whoso namo is Mips Millersbuig College, which opens on thu was at tirst supposed. In fact wo were Tho Susio McPherson, is quite pretty, IS 1st unless the plea of insanity was years old, and lives at llowland. Sho n call from Mrs. Jos. told that Tiik ltecord had made and sustained, and no one ever loved Jim Martin, it seems, but hp, Cofloy, of Stanford Hate of Danville), on her thought of it before, tho marshal will cruel man, left her to weep. After a Wednesday. She is delighted with a hard time getting out of a very short period of lacrymation, sho acceptnow hoifto. and is anticipating success have Hotel. LancnMer bad scrape. That thu killing was un- ed tho advances of Jim Carter, n youth with the l'ortman necessary to say tho least, seems to be of ID, and their wedding day was set. ltecord. shown by tho prisoner's own statement. The old love wouldn't down, however, It will bo good iiowh to her friends to As usual, however, in such cases tho man and Miis Susie determined to make one learn that Mies Julh Yager, who has saw tho dead man put his hand on very sick of fever at Mr. It. CobbV, who more effort to w in back thu fickle Mar (been his hip pocket, will boon hand to testi tin. Hoarding tho train sho started for has so far recovered as to admit of lior fy. There was a good deal of quiet inLouisville, where he was working. She innther, Mrs. J. II. Yager's return to dignation felt by tho better class of citi failed to seo him, however, and falling hor homo in Louisville. over tho fact that Mr. Saunders was Dana Si.acuhtkh, a bright and zens into tho hands of some good Samaritans Miss to return homo practically young lady of Winchester, permitted sho was ticketed back to her home. attractive without a guard and mulct no bond, ami Tenn., has returned after several days' Friday evening. Sherill' Menefeo fearing Tho object of her visit seems to havo been communicated to lover No. 2, who Visit to Mrs. B. W. Gaines. Miss Slaughup and brought him here, Collego trouble went thereupon announced his intention to ter is a graduato of Mary Sharp lius quite sick with the flux. tho highest medal wliero ho relinquish his claim. This was moro and was rewarded Those who witnessed the terrible shock in the South. than Mips Susie's tender heart could evf r given which thu killing had on Mrs. Kgbert withstand, and after writing a love-lor- n Her say it was most heart-rendinCITY AND VICINITY. to her recalcitrant lover, sho procould be heard half a mile, and letter Bcreama ceeded to put herself outside of half an desirable rooms for rent. J. II. thoy aroused tho wholo town. Poor Tiiiikb This was her third Craig. She has certainly had moro than ounce of laudanum. attempt to fihulllo oil" tho mortal coil, her share of sorrow. Her first husband jFhesh lot of line candies at Farris & waa shot in the arm by Reuben Englo-ma- n but she still lives, and Saturday was on flardin'a. before the war, in front of what ia tho street looking as unconcerned as if now tho Onera House block here, from had never disturbed the For Sals. My house and lot uud a which he died n horrible death, lockjaw) cupid's darts even tenor of her way. supervening1. good Jersey cow. J. A. Carpenter. v, s. conse-ijuonce.s wel-roiiiv- H few-daywo-ma- nl Cheat lates to Frankfort on Queen & Crescent Route and Louisville Southern Out people are so hungry for a circus that many will go down to the Iteutz It. It in Kentucky, account inauguraAugust A Co. exhibition at Junction City to- tion of governor. Tickets sold III and Sep 1, good for return until Sep day. tember 3. All notes and accounts not paid by SepL 1 will be placed in the hands of an I W. Giiekn, of the Myers House, officer for collection. J. F. Holdam, will open a livery stable on the 1st, with Crab Orchard. new horses, new vehicles, &c. He will trainer, AL reported here yesterday that also employ tho It was of Hustonville, and make n Dutch Gooch, who was shot by Single Burns, of handling horses. ton, had died of Ids wounds, but it lacked confirmation. Tub second regiment of State guards, A coi'1't.K of freight cars jumped tho which includes thu Liucaster company, track on Crooked Hill Saturday morning Letcher Owsley, captain, tho Harrods-burami Middlcshoro companies, will and delayed all trains from two to six go into camp at Frankfort hourB. Kobodv hurt. and will be in the inaugural parade. I am receiving my fall goods daily and Tiik grandest picnic of thu season will cordially invite the public to call in and brought to be given at Hale's Well on Thursday, Inspect the thirst line evjr Aug. 27, to which every one is invited. Stanford. II. C. Itupley. Dinner and Good music and dancing. Stwviikiiiuib. Mr. K. B. Caldwell has supper prepared at the hotel. It. Flora, hid btra wherries continuously since last proprietor. " spring. He left a quart of them with i Da. J. G didn't liko the us yesterday as fine as we ever saw. way ono of his great toes was disponed They are the Lancaster and Big Bob vato encircle his other toes, so hu had Dr. rieties. Bailey to cut the tendons Sunday and Tin: crowd at Crab Orchard continues for the present he has joined Stanford's at high water mark ind there is such a large army of cripples. demand that the season shall be proDick Gkntuy was acquitted of tho longed that Clerk lvlmiston tells us the management has decided to keep tho ho- murder of John Sandiler, whom he kill ed in July, 1S00. The jury was out about tel open till Sep. lfj. 9 two hours and at first stood three for Carter and wife were ab- three years, but thoy finally came over to Wiiilk sent from their home, at Rice's Bend, on the nine who were for acquittal. This Dix Itivnr, a robber entered the house was the second trial of the cam. and when he was observed by a white ArfKiiavery hot spell of a week a lwy living ther he tired at him twice old ruin began to fall Saturday and b wounding the lad seriously. Minday the air was colder than it some Tun K. C. will run another Niagara times ia at Christina". It was still cold Fait ''curniou next Thursday, 27th. yesterday, and the signal service says it Fare from Rowland and lineaster &S SO will remain so till Fires with fl extra to To- and winter clothing in August mu a new for tin round-trip- , ronto and $" to Thoimnd Island. It is thing for this section. a grand trip and can be ma le at very fcinall coiit. Tub Statu Sunday School Convention begins at Middlesboro today and lasts John (J. McWiioiitrii, of Jackson till Thuieday. A special train will pass county, is another entry in tho racu for Stanford at 12.2.) m. to da', on which thu doorkeeper of thu next Hotirte. Mr. W. Tickthu fare is $1 for the round-trip- . II. Johnson, than whom tiiere was nevets Mild only on train and cone hut acer a better democrat, vouches for his credited delegates permitted on it. On domocraev, and that is proof that it is regular trains the faro is full one way above reproach. Mr. McWhorter sufand free returning. fered an accident last year that rendertd well-knospec-ialtv g Cam-kstkim m b-sli- i' o: TSZWWt T - SF&X.X. StTITS. We of this some time ago and had the goods made and are selling them at our low and popular prices. We have the only new Fall School Suits, Coats, Pants, Hats, c., in this city. Don't ofK-i-b Schools shortly and the boys must have new Salts. thought SEND THE BOYS TO SCHOOL In old style Suits or half worn Suits when the very latest styles will cost no more here than last year's styles will cost elsewhere. We hane also opened a big line of men's Fall Suits, Overcoats, Dress Goods, Flannels, Blankets, Boots. Shoes. Hats, at prices never heard of before. The remainder of our stock of Summer Goods sold this week at your own price. S-c- , A few of our sample Shoes left must go are, as we need room for Fall Goods. Y:---To this week, no matter what the prices t r,; each customer who buys $20' s worth of goods from, GIVEN A WA Chair-- . Ii is not necessary to buy all these goods at us one Fine Rocking the same time. Come in and get your book and we will keep account of your purchases. THE LOUISVILLE Main Street, Stanford, Ky, AND A. VRBAKSKV, MANES AND GABRIEL, Malingers. STORE Proprietor. STJIiSAM li!M:rIP?li:S STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, Semi-Portab- le 2G-hor- power. Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. se sizes up to and Portable. All Write for Fru' Illimr.iud i-.-.A and your .inti to '" ilk-- ? THE JA3IES 2.EFFE2 & CO., Nr W ORK OrV. SPRING! KID, OHIO sfSKa.. BL.v: Wf .NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ! Fr0'n myp'ac" nrarMan old red O 111 no nuin hrilur, ltn ni!C pilchillK furward I will satisfy any one lor her return or for Inli rmation fnrnihtcl mrV at Cra T Orchard or V I Walton, Stanford C.TPP 1 JA I r17l UlJ pl (""', i ""a" i rencau w el ta o-- Good I Farm For Sale. purche. Apply te J. IIU1GHT. DRXTGGXST AHT JEWX&EH, i Complete Line of School Books, School Supplies, Newest Styles in Fancy Stationery and Tad lets.1 The Best and Purest White lead and Oils; Ready JlILvrrf PaitiN and .Yea-l's tituatnl 4.3m any one wlthing to wi h to rill pritely my Frm of 14a Acrei iVi tiillcn north of btanftml, iy., on the Danville pike. Will take pluiMirr in showing to Small Farm For Sale. olfer for ale my farm two miles North of Star-forcontaining - ai.rs ol good I mil, a good house with room" all necery outbuildingi, 1 UtRe barn, Rood cutern at the door, plenty about 5x select fruit trees and all AodrcM kind of mull fruit. (.. T. McUOlir.KTS, Stanlord. acr 4 wiles south of Stanford; luacrM Alio mall in cultivation, balance m good imbcr; hou.e and tfood orchard and plenty net vr falling '1' M- water. 41 1 d, . Carriage Paints; Largest imcl Line of Sil verwart Watches, Clocks And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds of Watch, Clock and J ewe ry repairing. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. I'UIIUC Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. Ac Admiiuitrat&r of George Schooler I will sell at puMii outcry to the highest bidder, at hu late residence on the I.&slcy faint, on B. K. & W. H. WEAKEN, -- Sole Agents for- - Thursday, Sept. 3, The lolloping stocV, Ac , 189T, Three good Mules, 1 good Mare and Coh, 16 good feeding Hogs, good feeding Steers, A lot of Corn in the Field and some Farming Implements. 2 The widow ol tho deceased will offer for sale a ol Htutehold and Kitchen Furniture Termsli y. .ji x SifiStiV L. - - ,,if t ! t All uin under $10, cash; oser that ith 6 pt r cent In amount a credit ol 3 month HUGH SUARGKN 1 terest. Admr Geo. Schnoler. claim against Oto. Schcolcr All persons will present them to me. properly proven, by Oc tuber iiuuii ar.,iiuL.ii, Amr. Oeo Schooler. i9 td haig it. Guaranteed to be equal to any other chilled plow. bor about it. They all like.it. Ask your neigh-- f f , ' PUBLIC SALE -- ttHESft&t JKiSi?IE3i.fe:' Ttllkri'ti MrllUritra-T- EOBT. FE.172EL, Dealer In. t OK A- - VALUABLE L1SLN HIM TAKl! !i A . n iticl.iti riniiti mi tm trimlCl ol At UNiutauHi,oCr.io,ioi,the executor M., will, o'clock 10 A S9mm xf r clocks mimm 1. "Rcpaiting neatly and prompt-- , lydone. (Stanford, Ky.) J N. MKNEKEK I as !Cuy"?hr,TS,ri.H 'irpuhKcnon K , i& at Oil- - stfeTSW j All Work Warranted. will A. C. take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. Fine Watches a Specialty. coin county, fronting on tlio L. A .V R ben's Creek. Stattoi , and contains 119 Acros and 11 1'olcs inc. The land is tirst.cUst and Improv Ac. arefalrlv zood. I'hti tract td In three scpaiutu parcels, one 33racr9esCUnd 11 poles, al the station, tlio second 01 ilir itnnl. on wIiilIi is the residence uf 61 acres Altrrthe three parcels have thus been scperutely ofured the ectirc tract h! I bo otfered as a whole and the bid or bids reilizins the largest price All three ol these tracts have wl.i be accepted a frontage on an excellent county road Ifailliij,-- , at a distance of hlf a mile, to the Stanford & Lancaster turnpike road The sale will lie absolute and without coiull-tioI'osicssion for lowms g aln will be given at once to the purchaser, and lull possession on ;:SStanfopcl Lumber Yard, The bcit selected stock-- and lowest prices in Central Kentucky.' blMi ULTOMtjEI, SASH, FLOORING, BOORS, CEILING, LATH, SIDING, SHINGLES, BLINDS, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. us ' January 1st, iSjj. TKKMSOb SALK: Ono third cash in haud when sale is mado, tho remainder in two equal in. stalmcnts at 6 and 13 months from day f sale. Ilonds with Rood surety bearing 6 per cent, in terest from day of salo required of purchaser. A lien will be retained on land lor the purchase, UOHEKT L. PORTER, money. Executor ol Thornton Porter. Aug. 3, ji. WIEWB A.1TD SLAT WOVM carry a full stock of everything found Wc FXBST-CX.ASS FEITOS. in a Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. X.UMB3SH YAHD. V .aV iML!Jl m&milmmmmgfwmmmmMm w 4 Semi-Weekly Rowland, First-clas- s accommodations at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Samplo room and pood livery in connection. A TASTOHAL. In n recent letter Bill Xye writes: On every bough ripe rherries hung n I met a thrift' traveling uinn with At everr btcere they swayed and swum Publtsnod Everj Tuesday and Fr day And sample awe. I thought AT I hnd seen him before, nnil so I lnul. He !fW l'K.n VJC A.TJ. IX AD'"' AJJC3C spoke to me. "Yes," he said, "you ami The Tree. I reWhen nut to paid $2.60 wW . e charged." I met in Cleveland last month." away The feeding rbins membered it then. I.wns sitting in the And Mary clitubrtl that summer day And reading-rooof the AVeddell House, K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Jack lie Ho was and this man was there. Train leave Rowland ai 7:00 a. m., returning Stopped1 writing a letter. Finally he raised hi p.m. To at 5:10 See. head and said: "How do you spell LOCAL TIME CARD. Watching the feet with open ee. L&N. choir a chmch choir?" Walchm; her feet with wild surprise, While Mail train going North la 33 pm I knocked the ashes from my fragrant 134pm South Expreit train " South 13am cigar and said Climbed North 347Jrn "Thanks," he said; "but is it not also Local Freight North .659 am The 5 tap m Tree. South. spelled The latter traini also carry patitngeri. And then he drew beneath the shade "Oh, no. You are thinking of a quire Of the cherry tree and chafed the maid above Ii calculated on itandard time. Solar The Who time it about to minutes fatter of paper," I said, as I wiped my nice Cried In new high hat with my elbow. Mit- "Possibly, but, you know, I had the Er- Y. e head that idea in my blame-foo- l "Go way," she said, and held her gown, was also correct for a church choir. Are Hut he said, "I'll stay till )ou come down; is not admissible you sure that Nev- Er for church choir?" Leave always bo "Oh, yes, sir," I said as I wrote a few You Bet." autographs for a delegation waiting in Sing, hey, for the yokel who laughed In glee . "I would stake my exthe with At the weeping maid in the cherry istence on it." "Well, sir, I am probably wrong, hut Up I am headstrong and I don't mind losThcte Yet. A cure ing $20 for I am a Standard Oil man-j- ust Louisville Time. to find out, and we will leave it to is follow Webster." BEHIND THE SCENES. "All right," said I, wishing to buy n Stockton, Cal., is to have a $300,000 of spring overcoat, of which I was greatly goes." I did not know theater next winter. in need, "$20 medicine. the grammatical construction, however, byEurojwan instruments are now used Japanese orchestras and European at the time. music is taught to Japanese singers. wil! you. We got a Webster, and then I saw "Tho Princess of Erie." which was what 1 had not seen before that "quire" written by Henry Guy Carleton for was eorrect. I wish that I could sell the Daniel Frohman, has been accepted by ,A. S. knowledge I have got for what cost it has K. u. t lelu. of tho Boston Museum. SURGEO.V DENTIST. me. I would take much needed rest in Charlio Hoyt. tho author of farce Office on Mam street, over W. I) McKobertt' Europe for So years and live well all the comedies, has become the youngest theDrug Store, atrical manager in Now York by taking time. he Madison Square. Ho is "scarcely Well, this man is now in the busi R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. He has quit the road thirty. ness he told me. A young woman named Lind recently and gone Into the orthography business, DENTIST. landed nt the barge office iu New York, House. which nets him $30 per day, with the Office on Main street, opposite Portman upstairs. Nitrous Oxide was given for painless aid of a young man who helps him start having come front Sweden in the steerextracting. age of a steamer. She is a nieco of STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the argument. At least it did net him Jenny Lind. 30 per day. Possibly after this ad. is Tho largest operatic repertory of nny well. His one person is that of Guiseppo do Puente, THE SHELTON HOUSE, published he may not do idea, however, was, when I saw him, to tho baritone. It is said that ho could D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, make about $30,000 in three years and assume an important role in any one of different operas on a momeut'a then live in a large feudal limekiln on sixty-onnotice. the Rhine. silver-trimme- d Ml-K- y 1 "ch-o-i-r.- " Interior Journal A Question of Orthography. When Mary Climbed tbo Tree. The through sleeping car service over the C , II. & I) ami Michigan Central Railroads between Cincinnati via Toledo and Detroit and the fuiry istnnd of Mackinac and the Northern Lake resorts has been resumed for the season. These enrs leave Cincinnati every vemng. except Saturday, at 10 o'clsck, arriving at Mackinaw at 6 to the next evening. For rates, tickets, etc .address any C, II. A D agent or E- - O McCormick ueral passengerand ticket agent, Cincinnati, O. II. & D. Through Car to Mackinaw. THE C, ' FORSALE I Containing 1 Lot on Main Street in Stanford acres. WALTON, Stanford I'EilMlSiii'i 'OCT! MBBUiiifc -- vyjOUISVIlU ermseay TR iwMnHTCHIUC0Ra- TO LMULaV(:,D5 MYERS HOUSE, P. W. OttEEN, Proprlotor. I have recently takes chargcoi this Hotel and mtnd kreptng it at its present high standard. Special attention given to the traveling public. First-Clas- And ... Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satufactioc, or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. ALL POINTS WJIiiHW .An I RHEUMATISM neuralgia, and sciatica can successfully treated It one whbhis guarautecd to bring you satis factory results, or in case of failure, a return of vour purchase price On this safe plan you can buV from our adveitiivd druggist n bottle of Dr King's New Ditcovery for Consumption. It Is guaranteed to bring relief in every case when used for any affection of the throat, lungs or chest, such as consumption, inflammation of the lungs bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough croup, etc , etc. It it pleasant and agterable to the taste, per. felly safe and can always be relied upon. 1 rial bottles free at A K. Penny's drug store m m A Safo Invoatmont s Sample Room In connection. Alto Pullman VeitibuliM llullet Sleepers and Pull man HulTet Chair Cars on all tratnt through to Chicago without chance. On via the Monon and fct the licit for the least money. Kor information addieit JAS. I1ARKF.R, G. P. A., Chicago W G CRUSH, II P A, Louisville Pool and Billiard Parlors. IF VOL' ARK GOING BTORTK PORTMAN HOUSE, STANFORD, KY., or TIIK WEST, Morit Wins. Wedcsire to say to our citlens that for years we have been selling Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr King's New Life Pills Buck-leu'Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well or the have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarsntee them ev ery lime and we atand ready to refund the purchase price if satisfactory do not folio v their use. These remedies lnv wuii their great popularity purely in their merits A. R. Penny, Druggist. s ts JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, It miw intend to conduct it as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add tit Its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine looms fur theillsploy of samples. In my charge nnd 1 ante-room- tree-S- he's Louisville 4 NasHvmc R. 2 It R. Ayer's Sarsaparilla sure to the persistent use this cure Sit-Ti- ne the line for you, at itt A jT-t- First-Clas- s Saloon Double Daily Trains Make doie connexions at And BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached. f JOSLPH COIFIO. When When When When Baby i"M glck, wo care her CastorU. alia was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. she bocsvma Miss, he clung to,Ctorla. sho bad Chil 'ren. sho euro tlieui Castorl. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROKiH TICKKTS For all point SOI D B.U.OAOL CMKkl D THRO! Oil THE F. RILEY HOUSE, D. Has Cured Others PRICE, London, RILEY, Proprlotor. - - - Kentucky. For any inf 'rmtii W W J A IARP1 Ml It i,ih, Maul r Ky, PFNN. Irav Pass AirrM J jriti n iy, f n en are of !flfflb -- ST I have moved to my new Hotel and am brttti iirepartfl than ever tn accommodate the public Uood Livery attached and every convenience dp tired. Give me a call. FRANK KII.KV. V many women suffer from Excessive or Scant Menstruation, they don't know who to confide In to get proper advice. Don't confide In anybody but try Every Month ) ' A I'eitMAt are W ARlTIira. hivly tuch tiesna.s JAM1-- PJ Making direvt &C ''vttiiil fw.T-n- --N aM3Q."sKJi A7WmElB nwu. ' Female Regulator O Specific tor PAINFUL, PROFUSE. SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR Bradfield's prcsi t miles West of Wavne.tmri, nh,Hl fjf ym forbidden i fi.h u mv lintc, uader tin penalties McWHOKrUf, , lox-mite- Ky o Dookto "WOMAN" mailed free. BRADFIELO REGULATOR Maid MENSTRUATION. by U I Kentucky. I e CO.. Atlanta. Ga. DrucicUts. ICE, ICE Wc will deliver ice each trornlng at fotknrt nswf'iziffiuftflMiirci I St 9 l nt in I tuon dt t for Lnuis, Mirkigan PoiDtt, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland. Ilulfslo, iHdtanapolit and tk West. Csnada, New Knelind, i..ie t Cr-tra- 'O'l'IATI MKl.lMA Tvr' iv m it the Khcrfeit f COOK'S SPRINGS Situated in a beautiful valley on DW River, about 4)4 miles eatt of Stanford, nenr the county road leading from Goshen to the Stanford ami Preach crsville pike, will be open for those seeking a quis et, pleasant and healthful Summer Resort. accommodations will be furnished to guests, recently open-okiand, ms the Springs have been very the terms will be reasonable Among the y amusements ill be dancing, boating, fishing, when at will :' etc. Carnages seasonmeet guests willRowland with a open ol i3i notified The ' Grantl Picnic June 1. Terms for board can be hadby adilrcjsiug a J. K. COOK, Pror., Stanford, Ry. First-clasma-Jn1 Fanners BanMTrast OF STANFORD, KY., Co. Is now fully organlred and ready for businest with "Darling," he murmured, "do you remember the night I left you six years ago, avowing that I would not look you iu the face again until I counted myself my queen, I am a worthv? rich man. Tell me again that you do indeed love me." "I do," she answered, aa she lay back in his strong arms. "But tell me, dear, how you made your fortune." "That is easily done," he replied gay-l- y. "After I left the house that night I hastily entered a cab, but had not driven a block when the driver fell otF the box in an apoplectic fit." "And then?" she questioned anxiously. "And then," he went on, an exultant ring in his voice, "I took his place." To-nigh- t, A chance for verj important international complications is contained in the warning of the chief of tho Chilian insurgents to the captains of American vessels at Iquiouo. American captains 26 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. nro warned not to allow their crows to Atjrlculturnl, Scicntijlc, Jlnyi-neerin- y, go on shore, as in tho present statu of in Classical, Xo r m a I surgent feeling toward tho United States ' School, Academic, Commercial Military Course of Study. our sailors would bo attacked nnd per-"'- " haps killed by mobs of Chilian rebels. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED A nation bent on comiuestor thoncoui- FREE OF TUITION. Qlrlnti nf nn.tlil us, uu 1,A&a 2.. . Pall term begins Srptrmlrr ttlli. I Ml I. Board a uuuur in :: otkiuiA ui 4fi4 .:...-.:- : y iviiiiun" luuiu rr w rriv in private famines fn) " ti'Muiitui "' t.tuiogue annress vitation tiian tins to co In. tret mixiil tin lo in the light, nnd under pretenso of in- JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Lexington, Ky. demnity for damages take possession ol n good .slico of the country. But tha RENT An FOR QAT Ej finny improved,excellent Farm United States id not that kind of n na- - lUA OH. Li Tfr 105 acres, l,ii pike, j milct frum depot. Mti lrk & Um ct STATECOLLEGE Under 50 Pounds 14 cents, over 50 and under 100 1 cent, over 100 is of a cent. of KENTUCKY. M. F. ELKIN & CO., New York, WsKiBCIn, QukV est time to RUHmosttl, ilarr4buri, Fraakfort, llallintore. Ijuickett line te Plultdtli lua. Ky Shoiust an.: lSostou, Stanford, Ky. imnlnnn art ce(hr. Pullman fir idoir lencrs thrcuh and cttAnge viaChatUn oa, llir wlnham, Mend r in matin; oncci conue tiout in loulc I theKnut. Lrnchburt-anville, points . .!!-e- Solid Trams, haugacv cars, ut rp, pUftSf)- - "j Ahili. d 111 m - At Chattanoofa for Atlanta, Clumliui, Uilmmr t n, t Augu.u, Maioa. Savannah, llri.n.Mii k, Lake Cit) Ootuatviliesud 1 LOIlt lrlest. m . - The chigre may chig with all his might and the mocking-birmock and sing, but the Kansas crops; take the SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL cake, and corn, you bet ia king. The HANK OF STANFORD, (Now dosing up) with the same astelsand under cricket may chick and the froglet frog, the same management. and the farmer may chant his strain, for l)y provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as ate depositors in National the Kansas crop is always on top when Uankt, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock there's plenty of rain. The chinch bug therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the may chinch and the grasshopper hop, act amount invested in such shares. It may fully as as and the hot winds make you tirt, hut if executor, administrator, trustee, &C, as an individual. their buisiness to us any one says there are such things here, .To those who while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank of just call him a horrible liar. Oklahoma Stanford, we wc here tender our many thanks and their business trust they will continue to transact prompt atten- may boom and Texas howl, and Miswith us, offering as a guarantee for years' experience in souri shoot off her crop, but this is the tion to same, our twenty banking nndas liberal accommodations as are conplnce to get n home and raise a great big sistent with sound banking. crop. Marysville (Kan.) News. -d Paid up Capital of Snrplus, - - $200,000. 15,000. Life. you kindly state how the next I Conirress will stand by States? If the election is thrown into the House, how will the vote no? Tho democratic canNotice it hereby siven to whom it may concern allpersimt guilty f hunting, didate will be plected. The republican that will prosecute er in any etl.er manner trrts- learlstf dnwn fences patting en my farm. candidate will only get eleven votes, Aug MRS. EMMA J. BALLARD and six of these votes .will bo cast by Crab Orchard, Ky Idaho, Nevada, North Dakota, South mid Wyoming. Dakota, Washincton The other live will be cast by California, salve, Havlne removed my llarl er Shop t" the Coin Colorado, Maine, Oregon and Vermont, mercUI lintfl, am prbparcd to a. .oininiMlate la rewhich are the only States left to the dies aa well as criillrinen in snvtlimir they ma wish in .Cures publican party outside of those recently corns, cuts, bruises, old tores, skin dueaies, "tiiu. my line. Children alto waited un. Cll JLSSK THOMPSON, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter InCnmmeri lal Hoiel admitted. X. Y. World. Wherever It has burnt, dew poison and bruise AVill WAR1TZN-- G 1 Hira1 mnim Ihec.nlv line running solid trains ith choice fti lu r Palace Mevpmx Cats to vvitlx-1.change lor any slats of patten- I rtor WsK'Kai. xliia an I Montgomery, llunnnlle, Decatur, II tell e Memphi.and All K tN'vAs inntt 1 and .j iu kttl la AnnutMi S.lmi Ma. bile Ducct cotinetiuni made at NKW S without omnibus trantfer for (.nlvettao II jvt n, Auttin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The nly through line o Jaiktoa and icksburg, La , m tkii. 1 ilifcit 1 .imeUioos Miss. , Slirvvep-ir- t srilhnut "mtuMit tralisfer f r Dallas Firt Worth. Auttin San Antoni. LI Pao and Hiiitiu TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Kr through ratn lorre.t c urty Tin)., md lul tnfurmali .n call vn Ajjent at lun. ton (.'itr. Ky oraddress UtANK X WUOLLI.V. Tiav Past Act , Lesmton. Ks D ti FDWAKDS. IJ. MIIl.hK, 1',.,'nian Jav.k-Kinnlt n tHlllt 'I r a ih Matikr( t iri' 1. rati O (i P A 1 A., 1 Kentucky Central R.R. "J UUIC C.HV.HM ItOVVJC." Tno Shortest and Qulckont fioito from Contral Kontucky to all points North East, Woat and South-WoHFan Lttnobunvoon Loxlnirton and Olnelti-nittTIIROt till TRAIN" CINCIN.VAll TO .MID t. l. ' J.J. J. uiKEvroKs: Williams, Mt. Vernon; M. Hail.Staulord; S. Owsbjy, Stanford ; a summer st015y. Mr. Smith. J, June. S.J. Embry, Stanford; Miss Brown. Edith. Love. J.E Lynn, Stanford; A..W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J. K.Uaughman, Ilustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. J B. Owsley, Cashier T!onk July. Tom. August. Sweetheart. . V S. II. Shankt, President. W.M. "right, Teller. Dkckmbeu. Miss Brown. Mr. Smith. Life. J. H. Haughmutl, General Keeper. )v IRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY Capital Stock Surplus r fV the Attention of the public i invited to Stanford. Hank that this is the only National National in Bank Act. Under the provulons or the by the capital depositors are .ecured not stock, bin by the stockholders1 liability lor an amount e(iual to the stock, so that depositors of ol $400,000. this institution are secured by a fund of the bank Five sworn statements orthocondttion to the United States govereach nment and itsa'stts are examined at Mated. times , bv izovernmeut agents, thus securing addititonal "And perfect safety to depositors. 1 This institution, originally established as the 1858, then Deposit Bank of Stanford in Stanford Hi i6i and the Natu nil Bank ol Kir.t National Hank of acain iSUs. hat had practically an unintertjtanlord in rupted existence of years It is better supplied oaw with tacilitlesfortransaUiiigbunnessprornpt Iv and liberally than ever befure in its loug and ciaries, fiduhonorable career. Accounts of corporations, solic- firm, and Individuals respectfully S200,000 -jl 6,500 fact 1 ... .. . rv.v sl he Directory ui n Tj. l'otter, ofStaurora; IForestus Reid, Lincoln county; J. W. Hayden, btanloru ; S. H- - w. Haughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. YeriwHi; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Llnoaln; T. P. Hill.Stanfordj W. G. Welch, Stanford. W. P. Tate, Stanford . OFFICERS: . S. Hocker, Picsiuent; John , M.R)rts, Caihttr: . McKiuac. Assistant Cashier "I don't think it's weak for a man to nhow softuens of heart," said the p.trty who was the llrst to drain his glass and slowebt to treat. ''Once coming home to supper I saw my wife with an ax in tho yard trying to cut some wood. Tho sight was too much for me: I could not look at it. I rushed " "Do you know who that fearfully "Well?" interrupted one of the others. homely woman is over by the door?" "I rushed hack to the saloon again un. "Yes; that is my wife, and I would til 1 knew she had got through with it." remind you that beauty i3 only skin Philadelphia Times. deep." "Buffalo" Jones, of Garden City, Kan., "Then, my dear sir, why on earth has taken his entire herd of buflaloeri don't you a hei?" Brooklyn Life. t if..rvi. v..i vjiiiumi nx iiuiii n....i... uii) iu .'luvwuiv, lu'u,, nun ' Ten they will in tho future bo kept on a Mrs. Jaysmith (to grocer) : pounds of sugar." Grocer (as customer ranch near that city. The herd consists walks out): " 1 beg your pardon, hut of S:t line animals and Jones values them you didn't pay for that sugar." Mrs. nt $400 a head. This is the largest herd Jaysmith : " Of course not. Sugar's of bullaloes in the world. Chicago free now. I read the paper, I do, and News. vou can't fool me." Kdward Ulair, for murder while atMost people think they must wait tempting to rob his victim, was hung many yearn for returns from the plant- Friday morning in the Ohio penitentiary. ing of peach or cherry nits. Wo have It wasn't a very inspiring occasion, but heard on good authority, that a Texas it is said that he smiled from the tiino man atu peaches from a tree two years he mounted the scutl'olil till the black ami two months after ho planted the cap hid his face. pit from which tho trre grew. StockIt is an old story of the Scotch Presbyman. terian who said : "That tho devil is bad The pants of the man do you can tell by his very name; for, if not bag at tho knees, but they bulge all you take away the'd, it i3 eviland take . nlong the perimeter of the eclipse and ., ,. ,.j ... ..- - .. la v.51. , nn.l nb.a ft ..rf it takes eve'y dog on bit of slack there dev it is ill, so that he is an ill, vile, evil ' i devil 1" is in them to do it. Dallas .Nowa. -1 bow-legged It is very pleasant, yeh know, when one is twaveling iu a foreign country, yeh know, to aw meet some one who speaks tho same language as you do, doncherknow. miss uouiKituru les; out nave you in all your travels met any one who speaks such a language as you apeak? Mr. I.owdon-CatlgHi' The decision of tho Supreme Court of Montana upon what constitutes con-- ! tempt of court is sound sense nnd good law. The court practically decides that contempt of court is disobedience to its process or any act in the presence or immediate vicinity of a judical tribunal which interrupts or disturbs its proceed-inuH- . The idea that a newspaper reflection upon the intiTiity or ability of a judge is contempt in the lewal acceptation of that term is pronounced unwarranted. ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and thi- pce at a later date Made W,IJ and tuid bv II. IIIGOINS, Stanford. Ky J. been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its nroocnsitv lor removing soreness is remarka 'w 96-i- vr OLD KY. ROUTE Newport Ne.i.V DR. W. 13. PENNY, Washington' Philadelphia Baltimoro, Now York, 3itHt Jlouiul. Winchesters a. Ml. Sterlntf Athland 11.15 pm, CutUusburg lluiitlnKloii u.yv pm. Fast Mail leaves LoslmMmi All points Katt and Southeast Only one night out Irom Lcimcton. Corrected Time Card in F.iftct May iS. Mi surf1 a ey C Solid Vestit uifd Prams to , "K, D. Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Hufluun, Stanford, Ky. DLOIIOROUitH and J F.I.LIC. SCIIEDtU.KINI.FKl XT MAY" io.iSji, No. I. No. - 1 No , South-Houn- iti. Lve Cincinnati .. Lvc Covinitusi. Lve Falntouth.. .. .. Arr l'arit Arr Lexiaton " I? Lve Paris.... Arr Winchester, ,. Arr Richmond.., Arr Lancatler- -. Arr Stanford Lve Richmond Arr I. Kington. . Lve Middlolmru . Nerth-Iloum- K- Su- I)K. )L. . COOK, SURGEON, KY. ' ' PHYSICIAN AND ' . nv 1 .i on Limited Kxprtot leaves Leaiintua .Ijilv at 6 is 7 55 p da pm, Winchester 700 Mt Slerlinir 7 v, Olive Hill Residence Officii ovu M. Unh.ris' Dru? Store a 4i P i! .. .. . .. .1... t....nn nl II. I t oj, Aialand 10 jo Catlelttbiiric 10 4J, arriving at ' . 5 ao p m i:"lu"yj"A"L ille"t". HualiHBtof. at u y: nm loo-ttenv pikes an4 Accojimodatioa, ilnllv, eicept Sunday, Iimms JS I1 n 3 is P ro pm, WinruMtcr7 10, Mt. btr .. Lexington at 7 i$ P m ItSK 7 4S, arriving at Olive Hill at 10 pm Accommodation, dallv excett Sundav. leavns Lfxlimton at 11 soam, Winchester is so pm, Mt. l. No. 4. No. a. xo.i Sterling 05 pin Daily leave Olive Hill 645 am' Athland 1 45 am, 0.4, arrives Hunt 9 Homeopathic Physician, .". .....'. Lve Middleoburo n ft a in ington 9 asatn, l.ve Livingston... u 15 am AV-4t - - - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, Jlouuil. Arr Richmond m I. iaj6a . Fast Mail leaves IlmitlnL'tendnlly at 600 -s to 3 p. m.; 8 v Cat let lib uric 6 , Ashland 6 J7, Olive Hill I Jo. am. LvcTttanford Office Hours: ... 10 to ia a. m.; i eMi Lve Lancaster.... 7 00 a m p. m. JJ 7 jo am yrf 9 Sterling 10 tj, Winchester n 05 and arrives Lea-InArr Richmond.... 10 15 a tn Office on LancastQr itrcut,oppiiteceurt-hou(e- . , , at lanspin 39- l.imitetl l.vpreit leaves Huntington dailv a( so Lve Richmond.. u 4 P m 6 05 a tn .7 ; pm, jo. Olive Hill Arr Winchester 39, Ashland 40 P m 6 js a in and arrives Arr l'arit 301, Mt. Meilltik' 4 ,t, Wiuchetttr 4 a in 33 P m ut l.ovin'l' at s jo tun. Lve Lexington .. a u j, in 7 00 a in 3 45 p m 1 1, Accommodation, I ilallv exfcpt Sunday, leaves Lve Paris 6 15. Winchester Lve Falmouth., .... a 4J P m 7 5j a in 4 aj p Olive Hill 4 am Mt. Merlin .. 4 10 p m! 9 aj a m, 8 05 atu. )' I1 ra TAX-P- 7 15 and arrives at Lrxiuatuii atHuntiiii;ton utfi 35 Air Covington. .. 5 4" P m 10 49 a in 5 37 p m TO 6 YKUS OF LINCOLN COl'VAcio.uri eolation ilaily leaves Air Cincinnati ... J jo p mno jc a m 6 45 P IU TY: I am nrenareil to c"lltct vou taxes for ltk.1. Ashland 7 111 and arrives at 1 nave scnooi tax to men tor 13 umricit. Fm, Catletttburtf 657, Sunday leaves Mt Hill S pm. On theMaytville llranch. No 10. ! I'jri. .1 Come prepared to pay all at one time. I hope Sterling at 55 pm, Wliicheater m 55 and arrives a 7 55. a m and No. 1,, at 6 p arriving at will try to bo first to settle Lexington at a 43 Pm that every Mayivileatloio.am, andij, 830. p m. No. , with iii ur mil-o- f my deputies viz. Richard M, J Jo a m, arriving at Pant at Limited Vestibulcd Express runs daily Rnd tas leavct.Maysvilicat Newland, Samuel . Mencfee. No. n leavet Maytville at I jo nnd 7 40,am. MENU FEE. Pullman Ycttibuled Iluffet bleciers between J. N Lexington, Washingtcn, New York and arrives at Paris at 4 ,0, p m. Thete traini are Sheriff of Lincoln Co. Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the daily except Sunday, No 1, dally tu all points except Rowland Divit. celebrated ion, winch is daily except Sunday. No. t runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati. LlrVIE No, a runs ilaily East of Huntington on the C. ,V O. Route. No 5 runs daily from all stationt except the Fast Mail Trains ran ilaily except Sunday beRowland Division, which it daily except Sunday I will deliver I ineat aj Cents a llushel in tween Lexington and Huntington. .Make direct No, daily except Sunday. eonrnuioti at Huntington with C .V O. ; at Ash Stanford and the neighborhood. No 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington, land wuii S. V. R. ; at Winchester with K. C R. I will also .. 41 ijiiii ami Lexington nccomniouuiK-- a ilaion cart at Crab Orchard, llrick R. north and south bound, and at Lexington with ly Leaves Lexington 10.00 a. in. Arrives Vans at 75 cents a hundred. Givo me a chince. L ck N , L. S. and C , N. O. .V T. P. Railroadt. Lexington and Olive til Accommodation daily, 10 is u ia FRED KRUEGKR, Crab Orchard, 236m No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinexcept Sunday. Connect! at Winchester to and nati 5:10pm from K. C polntt and at Lexington with L. N. except Sunday, Arrives Fuluiouth 7 oj p ra daily R. R. for Louisville. XliEilaXTJbi.t'ty, No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 600 a in. Arrives Cin2.. J? Lexington und Mt Sterling Accommodation runt daily except Sunday, and makes direct con-li- e cinnatia 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. No. and 6 makb connections at Winchester for nnd from Mlddleslor-ougDealer In Foreign .V Domestic tion nt Winchester to and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. points on the N. N. A M. V. R'y, E. D. ..F,. "met through cars from Ciucinnatito Ky. for Loultvllle. I'or full information in regard to ratet. routes. Middletborough and Cumberland Gap and all in- , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines icimcuiitic .iiiiiuns umi runs uuuy. W. I. MUNSON. Trav. Pass. Agt , Cincinnati Semi & Ackerman's and Milwaukee lot tied Ac jeiiersuii street, bet rioyil and S. . KNOrr, C. P. ATilORE, Vl E. HUNTINGTON, C, L. IIROWN, Mer.Jt I rathe Manager. Gen Patt. Act rresi on. LOIMSVU.LK. KV Steam h..llll V. P. undO- M, G. V A, Geceial oince, L'oultville, Kv M,r Roods b'.?,rvwa;ri,",fa.,01. kV,P ' Lexington, Ky, . F. 0. .MORSE. GeA'l will at Pa..V,I Portman House saloon and W'.S II RRISON, G W.BARNEY It ' "... at Fcrrill liros' , Rowland. Lomuierce lluilding.Cincinnaf, l0m u M., Lexington, Ky T P. A., Ashland, Ky umce STA7IFORD. J ., at i.8, daily 7 te am, Olive Mill m 40 ariivlua- - ut 8 18 9 41 11 tit it '2 l0 ' " (I as a m ia 10 p m, I Ji p m 1 a a m 9 111 am am Sol pin I.x. Sun 8 00 p in J P m J ?- Daily p m i 10 S3 p m lim ) P'm -J , " " ' in .... ,. li' . i'J p ra 1 m ij 1 m ai m. JOHN M. CRAIG, 1 CmU-tUbin- c t: 1 jgS f gt y 1 Calb-ttoburi- 1 1 1 TA22ES tax-pay- er TA2233S 11 ii 111 1 1 ,, Lou-itvlll- e, 31-j- A AND BRICkT Lun-cast- F. F. V. 1 1 h WINKS AND JLIfJUOItS, "" - In. - " i ii Tiff , , fifiitil