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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891082801 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. a&n TiWwmiW n 5EMI w eekly Interior ! Journal. NO. 5-1 VOL. XIX. HUSTONVILLE. S STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. 1891. r MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. Pardon tno for speaking of the fnirsex again, hut it is a very dear subject, and Died, on 221 hist., .Mary, the wife One of the neatest houoekoupers in I think I am a clone observer on that etf of Gristopher Lanham, of consumption the West Knd is desist. -.- ev. B. Gibson, of Lexington, is I. Mail. ' I)nvartl,s,OI1.1kjl)0nmiefl(flUr,eIlollB1. scoured the floor of her coil house pre- AS J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. sup- paratory to storage of lier winter' ,,!," n Protracted meeting at the and the mnjoritv of the members of that Christian church, the fct pretty Good, but Nothing Equate ply. Your scribe can testify to sex will rank as" good as medium. On 1891. Hint tlio apartment was as "dean ns a ,'!",la;'1 ttns lhe fi,at ono in mauJ' Kentucky. and at the theatres 1 have no- the str-e- ls new pin" when lir.it wagon load wm iu- I'.'achln at Kullcorptot Conettor) and Normal School teachers Superior cour in Li(rnture, Muiicand ticed closelv andean frankly mv tlit,,,"'8 ,,w,t t,1Tti, wa Art, Kxci'llent UoarJri s ilcpartmrnt. Catalogues and c.rculin (urnnTri r.n ipphcntion c!Ulpr churches. Sickness and celved .ml the iloor ws-llll- l. ,tl,e IA(JB the young ladies here compare more faWoMKV TIK preachers the cause. The tlentli of Clay Kaiillmnn was n vorably witli those of "dear old Ken-- 1 lontK. -',s, of dark color, relieved had surptihe to his friends ami boyhood' os'l,a( I have seen in my . tuekv"thnn nnv J hours n Ak. fter associates, whohad hoped from late ,e- - ' travels. The once great boom town of fnu,eB 0tt; of & last week. Proof and ri, '"" K,lsrtS tLH '". ,0 " 'eogemeiu siiowea nun ports that he was permanently restored "v,,ihtk' t. LoiiU ",3 "" " '" h" ib nnrfMit "f l,r ,I"Ji,u'. ll,nt would mum be aide to re-- , to health and are not "in the light" in that line, but to be the guilty one, so lie was taken to K jail to wait till Circuit Court. 1,,,nVL;r'r "'"' " V. Huuichis professional laho.s. Husloii-Pt,r- ,, I have been have a fairly and I dare not say to from what Your scribe caught an eye glance of ville has proudly watcbed hur o..V 7mI CO'iiely set. ,,t, m ' ,:)ot: tettayelli.ibtowar,UhUto,. niiiKofl,lHl,, r'ort Logan, where some 500 or (100 sol- your Deadwood scribe, T. S. lienson, record for ',0 wol, ha pit, exceptiontlly Uoi:k wl" here Saturday, " lie has quit farming The and vc of tlie Stanfordits MaV Acil ufriendsthiroush pilns ivlll bm in the mmntaia iti former V and exulted in hi uniform would anre pat'on an.l that no bs spirei to Island k l'acine tail road i elegantly diers are stationed, is one of the places and is teaching the young minds how to trcd, succe. The entire community mourns1 equipped in every particular and runs of interest at Denver. They drill dally Tit courts of tudy v ill include all brim h necessary to for the Pre'liman ela in Col- at tne same time wnii n arrinijsaw imt n? want ir tnjie sri'MIn a nnt clas bn2llHi eil- his death. and twice a week make a grand dress aim for higher facilities bevoud. ucfilion hor throiiL'h probably the best portions of The Calder Hotel has been taken in book keeping thiw; who mv ilciio to Jit tlumlve for buin. .1 ncll ore In urithMMie and tnirk-- d out A colored gentleman originally from Kansas ami Colorado, the country is so parade and a brilliant exhibition of thoir charge by Mr. John McDaniel. .Many The fail will will beTUESDAY, SSPT 1ST, and it Is tp;clllj- ielr.itoe that all puplU be pr open HoiseShoo Bottom, availed himself of Imrreti of From observation I am on that da) indicating sights, save prairie brass buttons. repairs have been made, the house reColTIIUMS: tile i heap rates of a recent excursion to lumN, that the eye grows weary and inclined to believe th.it the girls of Louisville to see something of the world monotony suggests orado are as fond of tlie soldier boys as modeled and he is now ready to accomo- (Tor five mnntlK. pn able quarterly in advancv, MithreavMfMbtcdiduction for pratractftl sicknou.) itself. I had (re $13.0 l'rlmaty I)pirtmtint date the public in M...I 1.... ...I.. .It .. Il.ll-.lllstyle. tf ill.. ullttltM. quently heard of ' "'" """" l" Ik t:rmeliatt Drporimen! 1750 the prairie landsof tl 10 they are over our way, which is saying a Mr. Geo. K. Waters, of Danville, Claical Department He htuted to one Interested crowd that ' 23 53 .. flV'lir wen told that to ride for good deal. traveling agent for tho Estey Organ Co., llicl lei til rec .. ' 1... I, .! Hilt rri t'.iUh.i fill loo Tlie Western man is by far tlie most iiihMmib without ...... i ''HH03 HUM lull 1"V ,..i- - ,,( ., "" h ...i ..... pursistent drummer I have yet encouii-fcred- . i:ae us a short call Saturday. Mr. WaI1IICU ' catrhiiiL' the sii:ht of ewn a shade tree s Three Tint I'lotlniR' stores, drv eoods ters was formerly n townsman of ours Weetein stales are not much diH'eroiit was no Infrequent UNIVERSITY RICHMOND. KY. Departments Fourteen occurene . but took it mI ,lU lm,".v frieuIa were lad to sic ii AL.bcibsTiric, Comofdtudy,-- i men restaurants and are ail from our imrt of tlie world. The V.RK M Ll.tUks COIKSC3. srniosssaiiMMCBUJBSsacir to Mime extent with a grain of wilt. I stores, riMiri'MWitcd at tin- and the new ,,,B appiaraine. look hlu our people but act a httl ej men r li i pj- ilit in l.i departmect. ,i nei A Full FftCUlty oral.V n Mud now I was insulliciently credulous. 15. Laurence, Mr. "vatc, in the heart of the Lincoln, was here Itichinond, tht gcorarhiiAi i" 'e i "he y region, t ooo feet literally has his life worn out by "nuare." His experience suggests that Our journey from Smith's Centre to coiner an.l Chat nuia'i, lite fr"m malaria, j mg out a place to make .i'u- - the m ,an il anU hoJpit.. 4e a few u irs ami r.il tr m l.umswHe, Cimthe est Knowille and Memo-- ?1 of a mountaineer on mying his first visthe cheeky representatives. It is fre-- 1 this "e,-'.iiui t it students tma homes in families tnna. Denver I over 100 mile and upon my .11 "l8 ",lure 1,0,uHe and his son will rl.! 11 II the ntlr in..ssnrv to ni.ik.. nt ntm rr two it to a railroad station just aero-States, Tptritories and conntrie.. Bj Attondnnco Ut rv.n n 4 .1, lr n word did not see, save as we neared New Gymnasium Mr thai t o n.r added to the endownent lat jer. of them with clenched fists or either run n first tlass saddle and harness shop, county line his first trip beyond his Denver, exeeoding a dozen Elghty-tWieht of worthy, uoryuug mail. 5'j''i larhlp lo. trees i. e. county's bonlois. It was with great patromxe tlie whole gang to proouru a (jnneeted with a buggy, painting ami ExpeilbOd ii.oJi'tate S175 t ! (or tuitl n board, washing Mn'i er ant attention Decs tliHt would lie of benefit for shade. , hepunher 9 opens Wtnlnc fz repairing shop. Next dosaton that he jlelded to tho nocosiitv One broftd few moments iuetude. Kor tiMi.nr apply L H B L ANTON, D. D. Chancellor exmiise of Innd, with here The Middleburg Shingle Co.'s maof ending a river on a ferry. A soon Considering Denver's location she lma and there a farm house, a town uvery U Friday for a.0w,.- ,- ashore after -- htwvmt to or.10 milHs and herds of ponies, cattle a large number of railroads, all of which chinery closed downrepairs toonly done,a be a the!home hide of tlie river, he have been of great advantage to her. few days for some ml ami the higli heaven above ., high of eosuUc relief and oxclnimwl . Nine lines run into the Union depot and l'roprietor McAiiinch tells us that he ..... '""' ".'"" ",n K"cv ""' ancu U'T In old Kiutck with 5 or li tr.unson oaeb. dailv.thu busv will oe better prenarod to saw many "Tlmnfe Cil, whether you look towardi any or all mort' norwards more. the curdinul point. The towns along scene presented at her depot is one not D4MY1LLE, KY. Dr. I. S. Wesley will becin)jMonday -.u..e to be Hiieexed at. i.xirs. the line are all Mmilnr in peflrance . . m ma lillllil lllir ",,J ttin I'.t.. ... " . . lhi.s Ses".2fit w.utl.c uu "fc . Uolorui o is to civV vei vn examine 01 9, iUW UII17 iook as aiiu 1. iniy iihii never neeu in.111 Keiitiicky Hii.l is owinir tliua sootl deal of onooitn Cnlloiv nvntinn llie devoting Knoxrtlle to Ulwrty. It is a sonrve of ii.i,t th- -t ,..rb b.Hld,.r c of c m eie:ial-'itK- i Fn; 'i nlC'mi ' V With lull co irseol stu !, ftli i,i truiim n '"0 ti tie hi in I" it - i'H. 1' " mncy one anu; iiua ly adapted to precare ;ii ni iim tir.it to lurnlsh a Kratulatlon to his ninny fnuuds that hotiMj wlmro ho dejiritl. e t In oniectio with th Acad-'rv few attention both to the thoroughbred and Co- - t0 construct it, which the lihera' English education l" my win A nuiubur ol tracks have Kentucky will regain one of Imr tuhiiit buildliicM are and the dwol- - the trotter. 2D m! sons and & a hope of hii old ta- liniw are but built in various parts othe State ""n is capable of doinK in duest porly put up huts. In been m last year and Denver is notj'108, trons that the Liberty bur shall the l ;te I'rm fact there is nothing' Ktrmaneut in the Has been eslal'llshed n the uinltr the pr nal titr-!'!. Kev r 'stmly -- ur tow is ' need of moio houri under the sup rlnn ol .h. I nnci. il u far behind in the work. A mile track point to him as one of, if not its "bright nl ; temir.tnt fo a '.ii ntu u.d the apparanciMi of the little villages and etlu- afioiul adt idi.i;:'. "tumble over barrele, Chnstiaa home te c bin- wit'i 'he !.et races est ornament." Mis. Nphia Carson, o( tlmy all just been J tie , aiMrc joses u very dead appunrnnce. for runningwith the hasaylv painted com boxus ami evwrythhiK else, especially at tVr iurther psrticuUrs in ri;ard to roard, several Ijoufnvillu, has been stuilini: and ploted and The sod hut is something of a pecuJAMSS B. WALTON. Principal, DanvlHe, Kj;. weeks with her numerous relatives and liarity. As a ceimial tiling it is for tlie unhiue urand stand, the runninj- - course JROOH erobmK. Why don't the town ol beauty. The trot-- ! authorities levy tax and let's have more Is indeetl a thm friends here. Misses Jennie I'ollard and O - Il rr,r l' mm. III lr 'r tui" Sri,U,l..-t....... ..f llirrinl nr.i vi.illtlt.' line of ranrliiiivn and is as rudo h look- - tine track and surroundings have also lijrht? The cost would be nothing much J3:CENTRCC0LLEGL" vi r ! .ii(,i.. hium.h. anil ' iiu residence as one could imnpine, It r t r nut i.i il. t.U. r.V. i i itlon m. . and benefits great. .,- r iiruw-r V. ikh a it I ), itll mf rn .tfon runiuve.i ui una unu Is built from lop to Iwttom of sod and been under repair and presents a very Some few people (weak minded a '. V.C.MMil l l'ni! IWttiw, Mattieand Jes prosperous appearance. burhod. Missch Kikoh crows luxuriantly from the entire Springs, I learn, are very angry and seeking your Tow ell ontortainel n select faw, n sio shall take a trip to Colorado liuildin. Some of the little huts are HcHbe to lay hands onto him over tho "few ninlitB since, in honor of their little known to have stood for 'JO years. Manitou Springs and Tike's Peak Mou SHELBTVILLE. An Hntrllsn and Class. "rthiskey rebellion," which ap- Kuests, Mary and I'atay lliee, of Uiurus ical School forGirls. Aunual Thou is a food dal of irrigation done lay and if I can scrape up auy thing in peared in Friday's issue, thinking slurs Session opens Wednesday, Sent 9th, 1801. iMtiwl ' 1 hIiiiII ask a little tor. Miiwefl Helle mid Anna Hiffe Prepares for Welleslcy. W. T. POYNTER. I in Western Kansas and Kastern Colora- - my puiegnnatioiifl .. invitations for last WiHlnowday niK'lit, do, and the crops iii tlnwe portions nre more space in nies.iays issue, 1...A tor had been cast upon them, though they .mi. t were not in any way. I am always ready prevented wonderfully improved refreshim rain but a bv it It is BllilaiueliiiiiwiUvi) the editor, tho to uiuko apologies for any mistakes an reading public will attuudauce. pretty expensive way of getting results, compositor and tlie will cheerfully do so, but when news of tho me ulu'" l s',' l " An editorial In a Into uith but proves a good investment in the and facts are straight no matter whom Courier-Journ- al disparac.es Dr.NnnsenV longruu. For of ltMM' instance, wheat without akuu " they concern, I write them regardless proposed jiolar expedition, concludini: irrigation threnhto out not more than 10 of fear or threateuings of the wrath to succoss wouia to 15 bushels with tlie declaration that acre, while with it 'M McKINNEY. come. S. 1C. Cor. lth & Vino, Cincinnati, U. only nsatiru us that there is a north pole. is not more than a fair average. A few days ago I had the pleasure y l'oorSynunes, long a resident of Iuis- - Afaifa resembling clover and used for joun jiurpuy aim .vuuereuu Type-WritiShort-Han- d, Book-keepin-g, ville, the author of a "Hole at the North are suriuuslv ill with typhoid fover. of accompanying cur esteemed physime purpose, can not be grown Toe iiiiniay .veliool and Missionary cian, Dr. J. T. Wesley, to places wheio l'ole," to Ih; so soon forgotten by his own without the above process owing to a Business Practice. Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, he feels pulses and examines tongues is made people that not even reference scarcitvof rains in that Kiwlinn mid il t Convention of the South Kentucky As- - with skill. On Penmanship and all Business Branches. our journey ho related ta at Middleburg Friday to his wonderful creation. (?) Hy all oneof'tlie necessities for wintering stock siaMou aturd.ty aud umlav next. An inter to mo that a few days prior to that ho have Dr. Nansen "climb the of nil kinds 1802. Larceand tlourlslilns. Twelve Instructors. Up Community. means let's established for HuMnetw Puraults. Has the confidence of the Iluslno with the times. thorouitlily pole." In event of nailing triumphanteating programme ,h is been extensively was called to a house to see a patient, 1'lts atiitltiit tire in demand awt are aldnl in securing employment. Tno charge are The 1'r.urio logs and jack rabbits are plenDoes Day city ly iuto Symmch' immense internal world tiful along the Hock Island route and cu culated and a profitable meeting is where a curiosity was shown him in tlie reasonable. Hoard can bo had in the bend at low figures. C Wand Msht Sessions. for catalogue. McGEE, PRINCIPAL. shape of a child two or three days Jold as promkes. IuvcstlBtitlon willcltcd. proand rinding his way back to report hunting the latter is siid to be Hue expected. gress, what phenomenal opportunities sport. The former have regular Mose Coil'ey, Geo. Hughes, Arthur which was born with its left arm off belittle low its elbow. Tho child was well definesse in opening up refor diplomatic towns aud can be seen hy the hundreds, Davidton and .Mrs. I'earl I'ulltam have ciprocal relations with a newly discov- perched on their little mounds. Near had quite recent additions to their fam- veloped otherwise. Strange to say en JAY-EYE-S-EE ty ered nation. The "Inllatod Internation- the stations they are becoming tame and ily circles, all of female persuasion save his return he came across another oi.o V'lTrKfyilfTl al Halloon ComMiny, limited," would a few are used as pets by the ladies, who Mr. Hughes', which, under the new con- in tlie same way, born on the wme day, Mrt..T. T. Cask. (Hickory Grovo Farm, homo Hncine, Wis., buys: "After trying Of immediately establish a dally line, anil probably would greatly prefer n stitution, has a right to ho dillerent from both females. This will be hard foi every known remedy, I retnoed n lurgo uuncli some of the Interior Jouksal readers going to"Yurrup" two years standing, from a 3 year old tllly, Z of how much nicer than other people. animal for tho same purpose. ; with three applications of will be n trip to SymiiuB' Hole. -- wr long neg.ecieuscuooi-oous- e uas to digest as tho truth, hut as the doctor n1 Gov. Humphrey, of Kansas, was is a man who tells things only the j - oveihiiul-tiaturd.i- v, The secular press kindly keeps us pienger on our train for a short while J,lbt bee treiUl!l1 10 a. J.'""wonderful progress of ami a now tripple coating of paint straight way, you may rely on his vernbreast with tlie and I had the honor of a mi! ItlsthobestprcparatlonlhnvoevorusedorhenrdS Don't let you Liberty scribe medical nnd surgical science, nud though glimpse at that august individual. n0 iubide aud out, and furnished withnuw acity. of. lheurtlfy recommend It to ull Ilor&emcu." S know this for he will find boinething there is frequently a certificate too much is a good looking man and is no doubt a ,md "bstuntwl desks of tho latest We have hundreds of such testimonial similar to beat it. niter Munchausen's stylo 10 have a gen specimen of humanity than the ul Other repairs are yet to follow and L"V57iWTTI forlt. Price. . 81..10T Afc uura nut i,. . It,or bottle. Ask yourordruwrlst for trial If lie Hll er, iTlJ' rw (wild lex. tum m .i.. nine ring we are as much afraid to scout average republican who assisted in mak- - the building of an additional recitation is.i.i. na:i i4ci itimm Yusi'xxCO., AVliUehull, N. Y, LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. ttJluljMr-MARKW. It. tlie marvelous in tho medical as in tlie ing him the standard bearer of that re- - room ls contemplated, l'rof. W. K. ...................................................I Dick Kstill nud Marv Itovnolds wero mighaiiical world, and wo owe to a Dan publican stronghold. The governor JH Cress, as principal wuti miss ueiiauoocu of ago, experience and not n dude by a long shot, but on tho assistant, opened school in tho newly married Wednesday by Judge Uamett ville physician Miimbiv- - mnriiiiii' at the e. fiiriulii.il mi repute a wonderful discovery in connec- -' contrary resembled a heidsman with his ....... j. ..s. .., j of bit; Hombruro bat on. Ilriu'lity Feirell, Joey Portmau and with 70 pupils. tion with l'asteur's investigations Kuv. W.J. Wanl is at Somerset con Fatty Nunnelley nro running tilings up rabies, vir: "If a log bits you have Denver, ult!ioiiili I liavo not neon all him killed so that ho oan'.t go m id, for a of it, impresses mo most favorably. iluctinj; n series of meetings in his here now. You may have them when development of the malady in that dog With that V- - p" that is characteris- church at that place. He is absiateil by we get through with tliuin. Bill Miller, who was fdiot by Geo. in after years will render you liable to tic of a Westt-rtown and an iininin'o Kuv. Kretl 1). Hale, of Louisville. Kuv. FOR & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, We have long thought that territory to ilraw from, it is no Biirpriso W. It. Davidson aided Itevs. Abbott and Gragg Saturday night at Pittsburg, died an attack." H j The wounds were pride, rather than progress ridiculed tho that it is tho city it is. It is well built Mnldloton last week in a protracted Monday morning. PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL Point church, near supposed to be slight at tiie time of the sack and has decidedly tho finest nnd nieotin at I'leasaut t preventive potency of a nice little DISORDERS. of asahetida, sulphur and garlic proper- business houses of any town I have been Kingsville. There weio 17 additions to hooting. ENTS FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. reported up to Sunday's ser- The prisoners at the jail all escaped neck, and shall lii-- sio lll ly suspended from tho of course considered. Tho MED.CQ. ST.L0U1S MO. PREPAREOBY RICHARD50W-TAYLCnot bo surprised to sue that simple and and nro both vice. uev. vt. vt . .uruce, pastor oi tno luesuay evening, and wero captured Presbyterian church here, failed to till again. They wero let out in tho coiri wonderful mixture speedily restored to maniiiioth structures of white btono something liko its popularity in the days inarblo and iru not far from his appointment last Sunday, and ns a dor on the ground lloor aud had raised consequence we bad no preaching in the hiick walk nround the cage nnd had of Dr. San Grado. Oh Bcience! great equalling the public buildings of WashWill some of ington. Tho union depot is another town that day. llev. J. H. ltill'e, of Per ' tunnelled under the foundation. Mrs. uro some of thy votaries. the readers of the Ixtkiiiok inform us grand building and excels by far eitiier ry ville, preached at tho Baptist cliurch, Lovell discovered tlie List ono ns ho ot re whether thero is a 'patent on kind of Kansas City or St. Louis. Denver's Friday night. Ho has been called to went out and emptied a switch to bo used in the science of streets do not correspond with her many tho pastorate and will begin his work volver at tlu-Wo have heard of an expert other good features, however, aud are hero on the lirst Saturday night in SepGREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. who uses elm successfully, and why simply horrible. Heavy rains of recent tember, from which time he will proGuests will be received from this should operators be taxed for peach-tredate are partly the cause aud tlie news- tract the meeting about two weeks. dnte nt Green Briar at $5 per week. Septimbers are equally as eff- papers promise in the name of the city when other "But are you sure, Madeline, that tember is tlie best month In the year for icient? fathers that they shall soon be in good there are not times when you regret our invalids at tlie springs mid Green Briar condition. CRAB ORCHARD. It has been down right cold hero and engagement?" had proposals from many is tlie best place in Kentucky for dys"Haven't I for peptics and hay fever sulierers. Wo will and a couple of blankets have been necOuo thousand yards of Standard men handsome, honorable, cultivated, keep open until Oct. 1, but we have our essary for comfort nt night. A heavy prints at 5 cents a yard. W. K. Permen and yet (teuderl y) didn't last public picnic 'CajtorlalBsowclUdapUxltochUarenthat Cantoris curat Colic, Constipation, Saturday, snow fell at Colorado Springs, SO miles delightful 3t Sour Biomach, Dlarrlirea. Eructation, . kins. I recommend Ita superior to anyrrescrlptlon I choose you, dear?" Life. Kills onu, gioi sloep, and jirumotea 20th, to which uvervbody U invited. ...., tn ma " distant, last night, unit a small skim of lr. A. Aiiciieh. M. D.. free of I Without Injurious medication. 111 So. Oifont St,, DrooUyn, N, Y. Mrs. Richard MuuniuK, of South Caro- ice was been. Tnis is ijuito u pleasant The Missouri Alliance deposed U. Lndies admitted to of bein tho mother of a change to me, for while coming through S. Hall from the Presidency because he charge and only the gentlemen who do Tub Cccick CoarisT, 77 Sturray Street, N. Y. lina, can boast sisIndiana, Illinois nud Missouri, tho heat opposed tho third party movement aud not take dinner with us will bo charged V governor, the wife of a ,ovurnor, the govern- was nearly unbearable and the dust stif- the scheme, And elected 23 cents. Respectfully, ter of a governor, the neico of a D. G. Slauguter. ling in the extreme. Leonard as hia successor. Leverett or and tho nuut of a sjoveruor. COLORADO accti-wo- haig !! Sewibv ail J. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, , , T. -. ivu, n,.f JL-A- STANFORD MALE ACADEMY li. BLAKErtlA?, Principal. '' '" 1 l,W' r1 prep-ir- i - ej-r- nt . ... - ' ,.,.. ,H '' 1 first-clas- s .',,., bar-room- s t. CENTRAL yp Col-luge- .1 - la 4H-- -- llUie-i- jr v. j - 1 , . O 11 lies-itniic- y 1 1 t- ""- tck .r. ! ,. ct , sbe, "" ,.... 11 ,r. ... Centre College Aeademy of ! , "7fJ ij ........ , .... ,.rtl , s. Jc'-t'r ,,v-- " . Tlse ?cxt R IiiMlutioii !f5cnH Sept. i i , i ij 11 -- - quali-withi- n , A Horn BoardingI Training- - apartment ' l'ol Wb' t - tuiti-m- . I 1. ..,.,. .., ll t ! A I v. i i f rri-i.t- r C i ..is-in- n 111 . I r i 1r-.- s . 1 "r-'cK- ', !.. 11MTLM KY.-- Sixty-sevent- h I var-tl- y 5 W l-- J '' "", v w?za lUM&m&WU4iZ&r. ng, pr iuu-nell- Telegraphy, ml : two-legge- d QUINN'S OINTMENT, pat-bett- er .. mmm - V- ' court-hous- DOCTOR TAYLORS 11 CUIUS lan-i-s- H ' lw ISO, MALARIAL R court-hous- o poat-oilic- e ' live-sh- e Enfants and Children U- - 1 ball-ioo- sub-treas- ury Jl yiijn nntM Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal "W. F. WALTON. - Stanford, Ky., August 23, 1SD1 HUDDLE. William Jones and Susie Map'ps The Owemboro Messenger is cuiiil-do'from Harrison county to G. P. Bright has sold his wheat ut that of the 7o,000 people who voU d drove 00 mi No, against the new constitution more of Covhwton, and wero made one, against fvV to Mafksberry at I. monster. John Henrvand D.ive Spooimtuore have sold them had rend the document and com- the wishes of stern parents. Judge Robert D. Bay, chief justice to Danville parties at IhV and the rise. prehended its meaning than thero were on the other side. We do not suppose of the Supreme Court of Missouri, died L'ndoiwood, Miller it Kulmiiks sold to Kay anybody will gainy tliw. Not one re- Wednesday at Carrollton. Judgo Yantis, of Garrard county, some hog., nt l At Tullahoma, Tenti., masked men broke open the work house, and taking out Will Lewis, colored, hung him to a txee. Lewis ha I been arrested the day before on a charge of disordeily conduct ss and the mob hung him out of pure and because it could. A New York financial authority de clares that the prospects are for a more general prosperity among all branches of industry than has been known in this country in ten years. The crops are large and there will bo a large demand mand from Kurope for food products. Hon. IIakvky Mykii- -, ol Covington, This is the latest slate prepared for was in this section the earlier part of Gov. Brown: For Secretary of State-Jo- hn the week seeing after Ins tences. He is a W. Headier, of I)uisville; for Adto the speakercandidate for jutant General Capt. A. J. Gross, of ship of the next House, and has a form- Breckinridge; for Private Secretary-Ar- ch idable following. He made a good D. Browu, of Henderson; for As.! olllcer and his friends say he will sistant Secretary of State either J. A. do it again next sepsion. Spalding or Ed O. Leigh. The Alliance, members in the Geor NEVSY NOTES. gia legislature have killed the Confeder-era- te Soldiers' Home project, by voting According to expert figures the tram) population of the United to reject any kind of State connection with that enterprise, even refusing to on to States numbers (i0,000. j Gov. Uccknek can be counted e A has been established accept as a free uift to the State the mag take care of his friends every time. He lias just appointed Col. Mat. Adams to at Pointer, Pulaski county, and Thomas uillcont building and grounds of the 1). Dicks made postmaster. Home, near Atlanta, valued at $500,000. the vacancy on the railroad commission A special engine carrying Judge Charles James, a brakemnn on the paused by the resignation of Mr. Hagur. term as Kentucky Central, was caught between Hichards, of Louisville, on tliu K. N. I. This gives the colonel, Richardson secretary of State would expire next cars at Winchester and instantly killed. & N. knocked Mrs. James and her two children from a bridge near A baby weighing IS ounces aud no Tuesday, another year's lease on official lfto at a good salary, for which his legion longer than a lead pencil, perfectly form- Nioholasville, killing her and mot tally of friends will bo glad. For the few re- ed and still alive is a Danbury, Conn., wounding them. A third child held to the bridge and was saved. They wore maining days of his term the governor curiosity. engi Clifton IVake hseked Deputy Sher- walking over the bridge and the appointed Willis L. ltingo secretary of neer failed to see them in time to stop. State, thereby bestowing a high honor iff Hutchison to dentil with x corn knife A woman who is just from the on another old friend, who will of course in Mende county, when he went to of the lalse Christ at Rook ford, III., him for lunacy. appreciate it. "King" Kcllyj the $10,000 pride of tells a Lexington Leader interviewer that Tjik Hotel JJrunswick, in Now York, the American Base Bull Association, has Schwienfurth is a miserable lcclierous is to be torn down and the finest hotel signed to piny with the Boston Club of brute, who has caused scores of misguided women who v'wit his liarom to building in the world is to be placed on the National League. its site. It will be entirely of marble, Already 01 duad bodies hnve baen submit to his embraces and numerous absolutely llieproof, of Homnu Archi- taken from the ruins of tliu Park Place young girls can bo seen with babies in rooms. The buildiiu.', New York, and it is believed tltvir arms. To the inquiry "whose tecture, and contain dhiW room will be capable of seating that many more are buried in the Jebris. children are thoy?" the Dutch fraud l.fjbo persons. The building is to be Holy Ghost's." New Jersey had the first cyclone in answers "the surrounded by a drive, which ia to bo -- During Gov. Bucknor's term ho has its history Monday. The Passaic vally shaded wit.h both trees and rare plants. hud two secretaries of State, two assistbuilding is was the scene, and the dnmnge to fruit ant secretariw, two private secretaries The cost of this wondorful trees, corn Ileitis, tc, is estiinatod at estimated at Sl'0,000,000 and none but antl two agricultural commiseionuw, 5100,000. people worth that much will bo able to Hill alone of the original The crews of two whaling veswls Adjt. Gen. remaining. By reason of resignaput up at it. are reported to have boon massacred by slate tion or death, he has had appointments Cot.. C. IS. Sea lis, who has been wast- natives of the Arctic region, near the of auditor, public printer, State treasuring his sweetness on tliu mountain air mouth of Mackenzie river. Sixty perer and State librarian. There have often publishing the Uig Stone Gap I'ost, has sons were killed. shillings among the railroad commisNew River Mountain, in Summers tired of being a rural roosterand returnsioners and superintendents of the limit-tifirst love, the Louisville Post, county, W. Va., has been visited by a ed to his asylums. There has been n fhange wi.ich ho anil a syndicate have purchas- shower of stones several times since last of warden of the old penitentiary, and ed of Col. Dennett II. Young and others. May and the superstitious citizens are now men are in charge of the branch Col. Sears is a daisy, that is we should becoming aroused. Times. The strikers on the Lake Erie & penitentiary. say a demon with a pen, but if ho make CHURCH AFFAIRS. the Post more entertaining than Judge Western road have consented to go to Wm. M. Finley has done, the rural roos- work, President Brine promising that The Synod of Kentucky will mett ter will have to get up and crow even they should have a satisfactory adjustat Greenville, October 7. ment of troubles. earlier than ho did in tho mountains. Revs. John M. Long and R. E. Todd A dispatch from Staunton, Va., says at Providence, As ins term draws rapidly to a close, after the most exciting and vituperative have just closed a meeting10 additions. county, with Gov. Buckner is besiegeu with petitions campaign ever known there the election Rockcastle Revs. Ben Helm and R. A. Haden for pardons, aud remissions of fines, but for license or no license was carried for to work will go to D.iuville it is dollars to cents that one of the very license by !)2 majority. up the plan for raising inonev for the figures the The censut bureau host governors that Kentucky ever had missionary to China. will maintain his reputation to the last wealth of the country at $02,010,000,000 latter's support as r In the museum of the or about $1,000 for each man, woman of not granting anything unless ho is Washington, D. C, there ia a office at sure that ho is right. The par- and child. Kentucky contributes piece of parchment upon which is pennto the grand total. doning power and as a matter of fact no ed a copy of the Lord's prayer in 51 difJames E. Cowan, who is connected other power, has been abused by the grand old man about to retire with the with the editorial stair of the Courier-Journa- l, ferent languages. The Academy of Visitation, under is writing a brief history of the plaudits of all good people. for State of Kentucky, with biographical the auspices of the Catholic church K. H. PoRTEit, the fellow who baa sketches of its great living men. 15 years at Paris, lias been abandoned mother superior and nuns, who been Bending out the lurid aud lying by Jim Harris threw a lighted match willthe n school at Tacoma. reports to the newspapers from Catletts-buropen into a can of blasting powder that Henwas waited on by a delegation of Brooklyn, N. Y., is wild in applaiue ry Smith was carrying at Harrodsburg citizens and told that if he didn't get in of a charming young lady Miss Bessie and the explosion tore off Smith's left a certain time, ho would be presented J. Forbes who has gone as a niissionaty nrm and burned him all oyer. Both are with a suit of tar and feathers. Not adto convert the heathen in Western negroes. miring that style of clothing, Mr. Porter China at a cost to herself of $10,000. Four tons of the best quality of Besgot. That is to say he went t once, The Rev. Mr. Moore, pastor of the semer basic steel were made Tuesday at standing not upon the order of his go17th Street Colored Baptist congregation, Chattanooga from cheap Southern white ing. Louisville, is in hock, charged with -pig iron, without admixture of a better stealing the Bible, the chandelier and Aftek working a year or more on the grade, as has been heretofore considered the clock that the brethren had providreturns Census Chief Porter sends out requisite. ed for the church. the very important information that one In the riots in Nicaragua, seven A Monrovia, Kas., preacher fires oil' perton in 203 of our population ia over peisons were killed, 50 wounded aud the a sermon without announcing the text (J feet tall. Mr. Porter also vouchsafes heads of three rich and prominent famiand then offers a prize to the one who of Nicathe pleasant information that he must lies, including two can guess it. As he shoots recklessly have $2,000,000 to complete his reports. ragua, have been sent into exile under and scatters so badly no one has so far That is it will take that much more mon- penalty of death if they return. been able to walk off with it. ey for the country to be informed how What is said to be the largest sale of The Kentucky Missionary Convenmany people in the United States are bottled whisky ever known was made at tion, which has been in session at Covbelow fl feet. Lexiugton, when J. E. Pepper i& Co. ington, adjourned to meet next August Krauss, Hart & Foible, of in Danville. The body recommended Tiik governor of Vermont has ap sold to .'XJ.OOO cases of The that the first Lord's day in October be Hedfield Proctor U. S. pointed Secretary paid is nearly a half million dol- known as Kentucky Mission Day, and Senator to succeed Edmunds, and now price lars. that all churcheB, through their pastors,-makthe'(president will have to look out for When Col. Matt Adanja surrenders a collection for missionary work on another man to preside over the war his office of railroad commissioner next that day. His only trouble, however, look hack on 27 years W. R. Gooch, clerk of the South will be in the selection. Thero are mil- summer, ho can And yet we are told Kentucky Association of United Bapof the g. o. p. ready and anxious to of lions can got nothing from tists, which was recontly held at Fishing eerve their country in drawing fat sala- that an the democracy of Kentucky. Louis- Creek church, Pulaski county, was here ries they cannot earn. ville Times. this week to havo tho miuutes printed. The late battle between the Chilian During the year SS wero received into The g. o. p. in Kentucky can not even much less the affairs of armies lasted 10 hours and was attended the churches composing tho association run a Hugh Mulholland, in. with the loss of over 5,000 men. The by baptism and 82 by letter, relation.Ac. government. whose ollice nt Paducah great crooked rebels are eaiu to bo in a fighting posi- The total membership now is 1.8S0. Tho ness wus found, baa resigned under lire, tion, but can not retreat. Bahnaceda's next meeting will bo at tho church at which is equal to a plea of confesslou lorces also occiinv un advantageous no- - Eubanks, Tuesday after the 2nd Sunday j sition, and a decisive battle is expected. in August, 1S92. and avoidance. 1 cuss-edned That nil things come to him who waits hns jnsi been tU'inonstrateil nt Flint, Mich. Xenilv tlire qnntprs of a century two Myron Cole loveil a charming young girl, who pluyotl him false, and was led to the altar by a rival named Hurst. Delieving in the old Cole waited and kept on waiting Finally old man Hurst sickened unto death, aud was called to his fathers. Cole again waited a reasonable time and then renewed his old attack on the woman's heart. This time she yielded and a few days ago the waiting Cole, now years of age, was. rewarded with a blushing bride on the shady side of 70. Im patient young man, let this be a lesson to ' you. . Eveky residence at Treves has been turned into a boarding house and the people of that little town are reaping a neb harvest from the fools who dock to 0 Christ's coat. Over see the "pilgrims" have already arrived and the rush continues. Kven if the coat were genuine, which hardly a Bane person believes, we are at a loss to know what good it would do to see it. Much better indeed would it be for the "nil-- , grims" to have saved the money expend- ed on their trip and given it to the poor. But the fools are not all dead and wont be till they are melted off the earth with jfervent heat. ad-rig- e, publican in a hundred, for the majority of them cm not read, knew' what is in the concern and wouldn't know if they .'oes not rewere told. The fight it made, and HKe us would gret the do it again if sitisllHl that the result would be as it is. As for the I. J , it nev er believed other than the constitution would be adopted. Mes-wnge- r was a native of Kentucky. The total crop of sugar and molasses produced in Cuba this year is estimated at 7o0,H5l tons of sugar and 01,247 tons of molasses, the largest for years. J. Estell Bice, the young Middles-lwr- o druggist who was run over by a L. it N. train at Shawnee a few days auo, died last evening from the etlects of his injuries. Mo. Me came here from Kdinburg, The Louisville Times suggests Col. W. O. Hradley for the vacancy soon to exist in tin head of the war department, on account of the appointment of Secretary Proctor to the senate. The president could not make n better appointment. Sot because our Uarrard friend is warlike and ferocious, but because he is capable and deserving. Thero are few men in the South who have done as much work for the republican party and got as little reward for it as Col 15radley, and his friends of both parties would like to see him honored. 100,-00- pro-sidin- g per-maue- nt post-oll'ie- wl-ios- e Is Receiving His weighing 75 to 150 pounds for : to I. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Fugleman hove been on a visit among their Walker connections. Mrs. C. R. Harris has purchased a tine carriage of Lewis Withers, and is Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give nim a call. enjoying her gentle family mare. Rev. Caldwell will preach at the church Sunday. Bro. Godbey gave his last sermon here hist Sunday, utiles fonfereiue sends him back in this work for the 3d it.ATK Horn., year. Let him go where ho may, he will ever show to the world that he is a good AND 1M PROVED. man. Sam Fugleman has been trying mid raticide in all its forms on his rats Day. 82.50 so far has failed to destroy any. He is going to try somo Lancaster whisky Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Conrt-- louse, next. Russell, of Danville, bought some LOUISVILLE, KY. cows for his shop here last week at 2c. W. R. LOGAN, Mes-rRobert and Jim Cox have rentA.'W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, "Clerks. ed Mrs. Eliza Harris farm for next year, and are to give of the crop with everything furnished. S. Dunbar sold one of his fiix mane mares to Ah for il'io, and bought a tine mate and colt of Adam Pence for $200. Any wheat thresher wanting work will do well to call in this locality now as people want threshing done. Thomas Smith has rented a house of Win. Hubble, and i batching now in style. Mrs. Kronduiiw is talking of buying a farm in this community. Mrs. Gran. Duiic.iu is visiting relatives near Montieello. One of the beef clubs has stopped killing hero. G. P. Bright sold his horse mule to R L. Hubble for $10 at weaning time. The OLIYKR is still in tin lead for li.tjhtne of draft and perfect Win. Underwood sold a mare and a work. .It also leads in low prict-.- , beity the cheapest as well as the horse mule colt Eph Woods for 10. best Plow on the market. Don't ab your Plow if it don't work well with bogus extras, but sic that ccry puxe buy has the OliThe biggest ranch in America is in I H. KOSTICR. Colorado, It owrs an area of .s,5(.'0 ver on it. acres and is covered with the finest Al-- f W II lIlwMV fit gra- -. 'rhe capital stork is 500,lX0 11 J M.K IlKICTh and is shortly to b increased to a million. The ranch is stocked with 1.500 hows, all of th Psrcheron Norman or Clydesdale blood. The breeding is done with 27 Peroheron-Xormastallions imported by th fompany. A. W. Wolf, whoa is Greeley, Col., i SpringaSummer Goods THE WMXARBe S THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Kates Per 1 s. Manaecr. two-third- s Attention, Farmers. ' 1 ie )u 1 MEW FIRM. & Sr post-olllc- e hr-re- m ar-lo- st maiirttfer. , Good Farm For Salo. 11 MeRoberts Successors loJStajjtf -- Higgins, I nh 1c 'll! pin uly my Km in of 141 A' r tituaioi i mll. nh f .on ihr L)4' Mile piVc Will l.ik plca.urr 10 .bowing nnr wlthinj to pur.hae Apply la 3XeItol)erts,5iIealers in J XRIGHT. Small Farm For Sale. ffler (or al my firm two mil. Norih ut Stan- ford, c mi.iuinj: J acr. ot good land, a ol hou tlh 8 room., all amvmiitj outbuilding., a large hara, xood,.-turat th door, pleMjr run and all lcci frvit tr mil wa cr, atxmt joo A idra kind, of .uall frail ;. T. McltO HERTS, Stulord Alio 4) acr. 4 Mile, tostli ml Staafafd; a' re mji in cultivation, balance in jrnnd imbcr; hoj.e and om orchard and plenty failing I -- CLOTHING. r.KNTS'- FURaMSSHG GOODS ' i wit. 4.4 Farmers, AttentionNow i the time In Uy in yiwr fuel Scixl Jij to the ter at heap 1 ' or O T M - -- ri fr the 3ST IE Win O HBZ "V7" IH HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, L. HER Laurel County Coal Association! K .and crier Five llun.lr-- 1 Hit helrar ot their et luapio.il un tra. k it mine, fnr prelum .lehvery on Thia Ic coil l. 11U! , coat yc.11 a fra. ton our tr at Maiifar.l At I'llt"! urjh, 500) MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES in car load lot. For Sale In the or orate limits o 6 H I Twenty Building L,ots Kolnd. J. OAKST, KowUnJ. Go to A. A.WARREN'S "MODEL GROCERY" Sale of Lincoln Farm! ON SEPTEMBER Atioo'LlWA M.uewill un For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Cheese, Picldes, Preserves and Jams; Lamps, Glass- - and Quccnswarc, Tin- - and Woodcnware, Jelly Glasses, &c. Fruit Jars, dead-lette- ly 9th, 1891, t $102,-0-31,5- p, lull to the hlche-bidder the prcmUe., thn well known l.irm of I O Neal, dcc'il, tiliialed on tho water, tf lUliu-Iti- jj Fork and adjoining the J. K Ca.h larm, about ijo aero to be mccrtaliUHl by act. Forty-ris- e u j I survey aire. In culiisMtien and the remain. ler well set in ar.iit. All In hlrfh mate of cultivition, well watered and well Improved ciuh b.ihncc In mic and two 5ear with invotinble not boating 6 per cent, f'oin day ofale J. K. CASH and W. H. MUKi'HV. l Kxor. J O. One-third M ?: en-Uinl- na J'jhn II. Cattleman. A. O, I. autism Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware Insurance Company, Queen- s- Glass- - and Tinware. OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl MANAGKKS, ROYAL FARRIS & HARDIN, Dealers In- - , SEE A OTJH ELEC &1TT CAR-LOA- D LINE OF LAMPS. OF FRESH KANAWHA SALT Commerce Building, Louisville. Agent. thri.UK lo'it the South. New-Yor- W. A. THIBBLE, Local Agant, SlANrOUII. KY The Old Relia.'ble Jeweler jEil in the Lead. A. R. t 2 jxjrzyrrpuic Zj - SI MaSH" -. - IVI Vlf Penny STftTECOrLEGE of KENTUCKY. 26 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. iff Nttw w lias the largest and MOST COMPLETE STOCK ov office-holdin- post-ofllc- e Classical, Xormal School, Academic, Commercial anil Military Courses of Study. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Pall term begins Nrplrmlx-- r Olh, 1HUI. Hoard dormitory ' per week ; In private famllleH to ft. For Catalogue uildrcia JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Lexington, Ki. In Aurlcultiouil, Sclciitile, $&t is) y$3kr Jingl-nccrln- y, Walclics mid Jewelry ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old jgold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. 'N w-- m Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal Ai'ulnt 12S, ' Xkw ttnotliy sect! nt mm m .1. II. Foster's. Stanford, Ky., 1801 Tiikiib Crate. iloalMhlH moms for runt. J. Tiir. Bijou Thentiu Co. nt Walton's) Opern llottt, Aug. 31, nnd September 1 H. and 2, in a repertoire of splendid plays, j " B.o.WAWON.uus.MQnaKor MEANS i S.i.11 (V BUSINESS. I'li'nsb (lollt'Ut A. tail nml ht'ttlc. A. IS. IViiny. II i: your wutcli, flock uiul jewelry Crab Orchard. repaired at A. It. IVnuy'B. All work I am receiving my fall good daily and warranted. Krmi miikk tlintall mlverwnie. wntehcfi, cordially invite the public to call in and ru.tw, e., bought nl A. K. l'oimy H will inspect the rinc&t line ev.'r brought to lie engraved frt' of t'1mri'. Stanford. H. C. Hupley. m " Vim K, l'l'Hliy'H. mioiint jh now rtmtly. ivn l......it.f.ill." mill nrtthtirnllv Oxe nf our firm is in the city buying Fiirwii lot of Hue candles nt Farris & goods for the fall trade. Will have full Hardin's. stock by Wednesday next. Severance Foil Salic. My bonne and lot nnd a A Son. good Jersey cow. J. A. Carpenter. Tiik colli ennii is driving peop'c horn notes and accounts not imid by from the springs by the car loads, but All Sept. 1 will be placed in the hands, of an they needn't hurry, wo are going to weather yet. olllcer for collection. J. F. Iloldam, have some red-h- ot Soon Avill It. .q r. unnt i THE -- rw K - j. Jam M. ll 1 5w Jfimm this i jfc. 0.LY HOUSE THAT J Lis -- &NEW WJSSJL Hals, $c, in this city. Don't We hope in our next issue to tell of 'tin largest matriculation at tho Collego in its history. Tho institution ia a worthy one and deserves tho liberal tronage of our citixens. pa- Schools open shortly and the. boys must have new Salts. We, thought of this some time ago and had the goods made and are selling them at oar low and popular prices. We have the only new Fall School Suits, Coats, Pants, SUITS. a My flrht supply of oysters will arrive Saturday, after which I will keep them T.D NkwTanTT is iilt ill. Mim I.lttu: IIki.m ii at Crab Orchard on hand the reinainderof the swison and horve in any style. It. .imiiier. ...... T T Mil- - M. D. Ki.mokk is vlsltliiii frieiule Tin: Bijou Theatro Co, a troupe of 111 111 Loildotl. being ladies, is .Mil Will Skvkham i: is in the city professional actors, four itooked hero for Monday, Tuesday and liming k'OOtl. of next week. This comMich Nannik M aiiiw in visiting luir pa- Wednesday pany comes wi'll recommended anil evere u It in Cniiipliellttvllle. vory rybody (.hould attend. Mil PERSONAL POINTS. ExcurHomk Skkkkiw E.'.iiihiox9. to points in Arkansas nnd sion tickets Toxrb will bo sold by agents of the Queen fc Crescent'Itoute at 1 faro for the round trip, on September "t and 'J. SEND THE BOYS TO SCHOOL In old style Suits or half worn Suits when the very latest styles will cost no more hew than last ijear's styles will cost elsewhere. We have also opened a big line of men's Fall Suits, Overcoats. Dress Goods, Flannels, Blankets, Boots, Shoes, Jfats, tic, at prices never heard of before. The remainder ofoitrstoch of Summer Goods sold, this week at your own price. ' .2 I VJil Tiik following invitation has been received: "You nre respectfully invited to attend the inauguration of (low John Young Brown at the State Hoiiiu in A. B MAKES ANI5 Frankfort, Tuewlay, September 1, nnd Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Wm i,.. the reception and ball at the Capital Foi-s1'ndertiiker Hull'mnn Mil, J. OmtMiKiMim will take a mini- evening of the same day." ...-- . Fnff i. T illi iniCL'iin iiiiuiiKii .1... c...iM .i,.i., shipped a cusket to Cum Sulphur for Hotel on tho u i. II niu onim viujiij Wednesday. Mr. Leece, Howard Cot.. Clay, who is a veritable Col. Mm. .Iok Hamixn, of UoMtberintid w ho was a victim of consumption, was Sellers, is still going ahead taking oplArl N1). (tup, ii viiiting liar Httut, Mrs. li. H. found dond in the garthm, from the ef- tions in Hnrlan county, satisfied that n ( nidvudl. of a hemorrhage. railroad will be built to take away its forts, it is uppo-rf- i Mil J. C. Houbhhh, of Gnlhttiii.Ttitin., He was 50 yom-- of age, and leaves some flue coil and lumber at an early day. If Upright and Horizontal. was lierH yetrJny looking altar liia cbillrn, but his wife had preceded him the colonel could get hold of the money e property. and Portable. All Stationary, abend of him lie to the tomb. ho always sees just Rilvaiwe Mit. T. II. CrXMHOMAM, power. sizes up to would soon be richer than Croesus. Ho FauioiiT N'o. Ii ran into No. XI which has just tnken options on 20,000 more :e nt fir tht IMjon Co., is brr billinr Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and was standins at South Park, near LouisIni lrtiiH. acres qf land m Harlan county. Durability. Mi-- n l.rt y Tatk. crotitpMitted by Mr. ville, and a terrible wreck was the reWnie fur tive Illuitrated IVrnplet sw.1 jour wiim to Many cars of vn!iubliii and wnttoI.ei-H)fln- i sult. (' II I'ititit and 0. K. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. & CO., JAJSES were criisluxl to pieces ami the Wednesday. For S a i.i. I.i ewes and one buck, haw will bv wry graat. ForSt'R IN'CJIIKI.n. OHIO .1. II. NKW ORK CITY KltmirtiNl the liAtwiiMsS Mr. tunately no one was urau hurt. The S. P. Stagg. CoMTi'Bllou at Middle S'IIkImv jr Bright Ferrell sold to Jim Gentry NKW AUNKUTISEJIKNT. tijnll trwiu iIiim her.i at 1:31 v. v. TiMNMlay, l..iri Hiid Hrboorrlll. fiO ewus at i;5.75. wh Mm. Mt wlll O Win-- i wax delayu many hours, not 1x0 w J. E. Bruce Mtl.l SS hogs to E. P. .Stanfortl till S. .Mi r to it her aiier, Mrs. Clinkeii Owslay at So a head. ill. twHr.l, who ih e wiU ?ll on the remic "n TiiRStaufonl Lodge, 'o. 16, I. 0. 0. A3NTD J. L. Murphy sold to J. K. Bruce 11 went up to MmSimi: I.ii.i.ahd F. is in a very nourishing condition. fcudvrj, weighing I.l?6 pounds, at ! cents. Thursday, Octobor I, 5891, idie WfNliiBHtlny, from 1'arm in I inculn county ronlaluininit 'I WO Besides owning a tine hall, which they (M.d Uiul Southdown Our tentr.tllylo Four thoroughbred lil'XPKhU to Abingdon, Va., to attend echool. rtMi' to other K'H I.a.icuti'r ami Suulord, and churches for bucks for wile. U. A. Benedict, Stan- cat J between M I J4 mile from lluMe in I'iikwitt, nnrontw to Mauches- tmough to pay the ititervet on the int. At the mw lime e will aUo Mill 2 or 15 ford. during tlieromliig 4, t.T. where slut tni-hbloxlcil Mire ami Cultt, K..r ning Implement.., vestment, it has $3.(X) surplus in the W. IS. Amnion cold to Thompson, Holm. imM ami Kit. hen Furniture. T . km. n. silent a few dnvs with Mitw Lucy l A J SWOI'K, Hubble, Ky widows' and orphans' fund. The mem- of Garrard, a lot of butcher hogs at 4 5,.lm late. in constantly inrreiuiux and the cents. Mk-- ks MattirThibri.m, Kuceiiln l'nl- - bership is lodge isoue of the bent ponted and most I. B. Owsley liought of John Crutch-fielI l. mn, Mutti Iitwlfy mid Mr. F. K. Trihin The o hogs, averaging 13 pounds, nt I I tattfiidffl th Stntf S. S. ConTontion enterprising tho State. hie We bave U day adopted the caah syateni of ki'll ini; g.ds Jt KowUtid. Fcr th benefit of all who ! nt Midillnstioro. Tiik Philadelphia man who is figuring cunts. wil pay po ch tor what they want we will bought of Miss 15. P. Owsley f has on contracting to build the water works .1. V. CurtitMO, fell m pound Cumulated Sugar tor $t, ArtucMo cpnu and all other goods in our line rea 22 hogf, averaging 203 pounda, 1 Coffee 1310 one and all to come with We MMtably uine to IjOtthtrillo, to Intro his oyus, here telcgniphcd that he was tint sick to Vory respectfully, th" lucte. wide h Imvu Imwii civiii him iniu-l- i trou ojme this week, but would bo here as of cunts. HILTON A Jlcl'ilKH-O.t , Peaches are so plentiful in Maryland ble, otrntil iiwii. soon as possible. Until it etn be seen Of St. 1.0tllK, that they Mill in gotno localitinsntoconts MK. what arrangements can be made witn mll j.yenr I VA) O LA while pot in forehead ami eld ted And JKWKLRY in tin- city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds nr.il Arthur IlublMni, who lia liwn in him the committee appointed to confer a Ihiskct. horn holler. ilh I will snli.fy any one lor her pltchiNK lurwaril wheat crop is put at Minnesota's of Watch, Clock and J ewe ry repairing. 'IVihiwww' for HOini) tiiita, are with their with the railroad otltcials can do nothCrab reiuin or for InMrmation furnished in' nt bushels, w hich is 23,000,000 more Orchard or W. P. Walton, Sunfonl W . T father. .Prof. .1. M. Hubbard. ing. Consequently the meeting of tho S'4t Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, Mux. I). W. Vanukvkiiii and Mioses citiaens culled to hoar its report was not than last year. day and night. Tho rise in wheat has caused the Nannie Vandevoer and Mary had, but will be held as soon as practicaMattie and I'UIII.IC Lexington millers to advance flour 50 Davits Dudderar went up to Mt. Ver- ble on cull of the mayor. cents a barrel. non yesterday to vihit friends. I r is only a question of tune w hen any An Owen county farmer realized Jux.kJamiwDi.ntox and family, of nt Crab Or- man buying on credit and selling on ?211..r)0 from the produce and wool of :!S NMiictH't, who tiro staying Sole Agents for- chard, were down to bco tho family of credit will have to throw up tho sponge, owes this season. An A.lministr.itor of llcorce Schmder I will sell unless the fools on tho other end of the Jim and John Smith, of the nt jiutiln ouUry to the highlit bidder, at hn late Njulro T. M. IVniiiKtmi Wednosday. neighborhood, sold 100 barrels of residcnco on the l.asley i.mn, on AiTKUHpendiui; the suininer with her lino keep up the business, which they 3, iSqx, imreiits. Mrs. T. K. Kirtley nnd dain;h- - don't usually do after thev catch on. corn in the Held at ?1.75. Nick Perkins sold to Booth Thompter, Mins Halllo Hopper, left Wednea- - II. Frank Bout is tho last man to close The lolloping stock, Ac , to L of extra goo.d hogs for d 1ay for their homo in the Lonu Star up, though ho says if ho could get half son a good Mules, 1 good Mare of the f 500 ho has out he could got safely September delivery at 5 cents. Mate. - on his feet again. bo n good tho It would La ', Out esteemed llnrltourvillo corresponThere is a hog on exhibition at and Oolt, 16 good feedingHogs, dent, Mr. Lewis I). Sampson, left last thing if there was a law against credit- Lexington Fair,;!" months old, which 2 good feeding1 Steers, '" 'jS. '' i " r . weighs 1.50S. It is from Alabama and iiiirht for Valparaiso, Ind., where he ing with a heavy penalty attached. A lot of Corn in the Field and its owner has refused $5,000 for it. a full law course. Success Koes to taku Faiii. Another eil'ort is being niudo some Farming Implements. to him. A. F. Moberly bought of J. J. F. H. Cakii untortained to get up a permanent fair association Ma. and Mits. t 15 ewes at S.75, 10 yearling The widow ol tho decensisl will olfer for sale a Thompson ol HomehoM and Kilchen Furniture. a number of tho "elite1 on Hroadway here with a capital of $10,000. The plan cattle of Carman Robinson nt 2 cents last Thursday, in honor of Mr. aiuKMrs. is not to allow one person to take more and a All sums under Sio, cash; over that combined gelding for Term amount a ere ilit ol j months lth 6 per cent lll Tom Itite, of Montgomery, Alu. liiuli- - than $100, into which amount the shares SI 75. HUlill SKAKC.KNT, tercst. are divided. Mr. Joel T. Einbry sucAdmr. Geo. Schooler. chilled plow. Ask your neighniond Climax. It is estimated by Parisian financiers All persons having claims against Ceo. Schooler Guaranteed to be equal to any other , ceeded in raising ?:l,000 in n few hours of Haven, Kansas, Dii. J. II. 15.M.I.0L-that Franco will import American wheat will present tnem to me, iiroperij C"""'i"J " bor about it. They all like it. HUUH aKAKUliW I, Is on a visit to his parenta after a lone, Wednesday, and there seems no doubt to the value of more than $100,000,000. lobef tdit. Amr, Geo Schooler. sj lleshened up ho his that the whole sum can bu easily secur- The Bank of Franco is hoarding gold for abBeiifo. Ho haH friends hardly know him, nnd Ii'ih ap- ed. When it is a good site will bo pur- this purpose. PUBLIC SALE mndo anil an ampearance generally indicates that ho has chased, a race course In Cincinnati cattle aro quoted at 111 phitheatre and other buildings erected. prospered in tho State of his adoption. OF A- Dealer Ill- to Ij for fair to best butcher, nnd 4J to Stanford There is no reason why Lincoln county Aiiout n dozen couples from choice shippers ; best hogs 51 for good to stormed Miss ltessiu Richards nt Junc- should not have a fair equal to, if not bring 5 ; sheep nro firm at 2J to 5 VALVASLE LINCOLN COOHIi FAM AHD JEWELE7. neighbors, nnd she will WATCHES, tion City Wednesday night and had a better, than her fl m " rriKiv sssflssWssssisTrvv is made. Her exhibi- lambs to 01. glorious time. Miss Ht'ssio was equal to if proper client sfitfiB9ssssHilis Owensboro Messenger: "It is reAt tho mansion houce on the premises the occasion, though she was kept in tions many years ago were decided suc- ported that n new crop of 2,000 bushels 3?"Repairing neatly and prompt-- ' complete ignorance beforehand, and not cesses. fTU-TTrr'- rNaT of corn was sold in the city last week for ON TUESDAY, SEP. 15, 1891, l"l I ly done. only entertained tho party handsomely, Putt, Soiikn, the "nerviest" engineer 3:5e. His believed that tho demand for i ,n n'cl.ick A M.. will, ns executor of the n bountiful supau but regaled them with on the L. & N.f was on the express Mon- corn will justify a price of at least 40c in last will of Thornton Porter, dee'd, and by me All thority thereof, sell al public auction to ply of refreshments. bidder the farm on which doccdrnt was delayed nine hours by tho fall." day which lushest (Stanford, Ky.) This farm .s on Gilbert's Creek in I.iu- - I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. "CITY AND VICINITY. Will Moreland sold to II. M. John- coln county, fronting on tho L .V N. K R , at (ill- the wreck near H11.0I Patch, nnd tho way ho flew into Louisville when ho ston 100 Tennessee ewes at $3. 10, 205 to bell's Creek Station, anU contains A. C.S1M-J.N. MENEFKE Tiiosii indebted to me for extras and got by it is a caution. The Post says: John Murphy at $I!.C0, and 07 to Will 119 Acres and 11 Polos of Land. n gieat favor by paying twine will confer From Junction City to Nelsonvillo is Hubble a' $1. He also sold 250 wethers nt once. Jo Severance, Jr. and Improvements, The Ulid U 0.5 miles, nnd there is no better pieco of to J. B. Sandidge at It cents, and 07 to r Sc are fairly good. Tbo tract ill bo in the country. Soden had tho W. M. McAfee at same price, nnd bought sepamte p.irdels, one of 19 acres. In three It has gotten pretty warm again, but roadbed The best selected stock .md lowest prices in Central Kentucky. poles, at the stition, tho second of acres and ho wont over that n bunch of good butcher cattle at ! to the third, on which is the residence of 62 acres. the weather service predicts that it will right of way, nnd been scperutely Alter the three parcels have thus space in a way that tool: the old ladies' 2 cents. and be cooler again SASH, offered the er tire tract wl bo offered as a whole LUMBER, Tho Winchester Democrat says that and the bid or bids rcahiin; the largest price breath away. Tho run was made in I BOORS, tracts have All three ol these Juiiuu Va.ii.no.s- is having tho county hour and US minutes, and' there were Bush's farm of 270 acres wns rented to wl.. be accepted. excellent county road leading, an made ten stops made which consumed on an Cicero Prico for $1,400. A. T. Tucker a froniagcon of hill a mile, to the Stanford & SHINGLES, SIDING, at a distance court room carpeted and otherwise tumpiVo road. . Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Tho actual has just finished delivering 125 barrels Lancaster will Ik) alnlute and without condimore pleasant for the pm poses it was average four minutes The sale running time for (55 miles was, there- of old corn to S. P. Kerr nt $;5.50. He tions lW.esiou for sowing g'aln will be Riven Jiuilt for. at once to the purchaser, and lull possession on piiuutcs. There was absolutely has nlso sold his crop of 1,000 bushels of January 1st, i;J. A HiOTOoiiAi'U of four generations is fore, 5S TKUMSOK SALK: One third cash in hand We carry .1 full stock of everything found in a no danger, as all tho conditions wore whent now in tho stack to tho B.11110 par- when sale is made, the remainder in twneual Inshown in Karp's caso. It is Mrs. from day f sale, 6 and ia months - U.O.OJ3 JU XVXJOJUJCV A JLA.a.A-- r. is safe to ty at 00 cents. There were "00 cattlo on stalments at good surety hearing 6 per cent, in Mrs. Kittio Iluruside, Mrs. E. P. porfect for great speed, but it llonds with none of tho passengers ever tho market Monday, with but few sales. lerest from day of sale required of purchaser. A Owsley-gr- ep Bay that Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Owsley and Mattio Hnys hen will be retained on land lor tho HOHKKT I.. I'ORTKK, mother, rushed through space nt such a mad Some Bold nt 2J to I5J cents and 100 SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. Aug.;, R91. Kxeculorot Thornton Porter mountain ewes at $3.50. rate before. child. iHp l IT Lantastku seems to bo a lecal grave- ard in more senses than one. A lawi j'inty to remain some time yer who used to live there tells us thnt Mish Katb Haii. went to Somerset when he left in ISn'i there were ''" attorwith Mrs. It. 0. Hail. neys there. there nro but live, Mil. KoiiKitT Mi Ai.ihti'.h is decking death and other Holds having called the health at Crnb Orchanl Spring. others nwnv. Mil and Miis. K. V. OneLKY havogonu Owixn to the continued illness of Mart) HiiRtonvillo to remiiin hevernl week. Mux. N J. Hoiiton ami daughter, MIh shal W. T. Saunders his examining trial I... ... !...... i mi. .1. II lil mu niiviiiiiiiK n' Ii.iiikiuii l..l.. for tho killing of Police Judge A.M. Egi 'lie, Mil. ami Mtw. A. A. Waiihijn uiul Vlr- - bert, was continued till to morrow, '2Uth, at 10 o'clock. Miller A: Owsley will deg inn are visiting friends in Xielioliinvillc. Miih I'.. C. Hki.m anil Dr. S. C. Holm fend and It. C. Warren will niht J. B. are visiting Mr. iurvev II til m at l'imt- - Pnxton in the prosecution. ihh-nlaTo-day il Mien Kmma IUkhii, who hasbcun of fever, U convali8i:linr. Mim K ti: lti.Ai.v linn gone to (.irant Tiik case of Cannr Huberts for the murder of Deputy Jailer Parks was continued in the linrrard county court, on the death of J. H. Brown, leading attorney for the defense. An elfbrt to get bail was being made yesterday. m TiiKATitK. After a long famine wo are to have n feast. Tho Bijou Theatre Co. A few of our sample Shoes left must go are, as we need room for Fall Goods. Y:'-'T- this week, no matter what the prices will be with us three nights next week, beginning Monday night, 111. The "Little Duchess" will bo the opening piece. Don't fail to see it. Admission '", ." and 00 cents. -- o each customer who buys $20' s worth of goods front GIVEN AWA us one Fine Hocking Chair. It is not necessary to buy all these goods at the same time. Come in and get your book and we will keep account of your purchases. frit THE LOUISVILLE STORE I'RBANSKY, t Proprietor. i f I I GABRIEL, Managers. m It Dn. to-iln- Iw, ot:l.am to: trT'us STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portabl26-horse a J, jr s Higll Tl, nuir-cltand- is THE LEFFFJ. I danu-itMHisl- y Farm and Stock. ACRJ-Snf 1 if. liar-'.iri- - tod! ' DRUGGIST JSWSLEX, Complete Line of School Books, School' M o-- s . I Supplies, l f - d For Cash. Only. V lrin-lkiiKitch- r, By-wat- er Fancy Stationery and Tadiets. Best mid Purest White lead and Oils; Ready Jrixed. P.ittts and. Neat's Carriage Paints; Newest Styles 1 N. St-- 1 fr. Largest and Handsomest, Line of Sil" WaTehes, Clocks verwai-e- ll. Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, -- May-woo- d iS f I Tliursclny, Sepl. wit-Thr- car-loa- IpV Rr . I XJKS2Nk MiiMw'L-rs. v-lfs- R0BT. FENZEL, tim -- s,IS.n TkIIkx,7sr$slr-- lllii 1 Work Warranted. : Fine Watches a Specialty. first-cla- ss fenc-iii- i;, I olTer-c- d Stanford Lumber Yard; LATU, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, 1 1 3 to-d- ay I - ea;-h- ... WOVEN WSBiE A1TD SXiAT FENCE. J Con-no- r, FXRST purchase-mone- grand-moth- er, grand-mother,- " ib Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourma: AT The Tree of Knowledge. lettrrs, The llible contain 3 56,40 31,175 BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. Published Evory Tuesday and Fr day WTWhen not to paid S2.50 w'll e charged."; K. Z. LOCAL TIME CARD. it Train naves Rowland at 5:10 p.m. 7:00 a. rn., returning L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hail train going North is 39 pm South ..3pn Express train South ,.1 13a m M it Vnrth ..J47 J m Local Freight North .6 jo sm South.. ,.j up m The latter trains also carry passengers The above is calculated on standard time, Solar time is about 30 minutes Taster books. Ttic lcn?ct chapter is the 1 loth lNitm ; the shortest and middle chapter i the The middle 17th Psalm. xcrse is the ilth of the ttSth COIIIplllill. Psalm. The longest name is in the 8th chapter of Isaiah. The There hat been a petition circulated 46.617 time; the and in this vicin ty for the endorsement of word Lord t Spumes 'f he srth chan and the 19th chapter of ter of Isai-tthe cituruis, whirh it is Mie intention of the td book of Kings are alike, l'he longest xerse is the oth ol the 8th chapter of those iu whose1 bauds it is to present it Rther; the shortcut verse is the 34th of th Brown asking that he to Gov.-elec- t nth chapter of Jonn In the 21st verc of the The 7th chapter of Kara is the alphabet. Mr. Jatn' I). Mack, of this place, finest piece of reading is the soth chapto assist in codifying the laws to conter of Act. The name of God is not mentioned form with the new constitution. in the book ot Ksthor. It She was at the window. I paw her. contains kuowlcdzc, and 1 ap-poi- word, s,(t 110,69; 1,15 ehuptoH, vr Dr. 11. 1 lierndou informed me the The through sleeping e ar service ivr the C , II. M I) nnd Central Railroads betwoen other ilny that there were '21 registered CiHimiKti via Toledti and Detroit and the fairy physicians in this county. Taking thin iMhc of Mackiuxc and the North rn Lake resort on. These tars hat bem resumed fnr the fact into couidiatiou one would rea- leaxe Cincinnati cxery evening exxept Saturday, at loo'clack, sonably suppose Mint the general health next exenlng arrixtng it Maikinaw at 6 so the For rates, tickets, etc . address any C, II, ,V 1) was good in Knox county, anil wo can't IllfcCl agCM, II. Si D. Through Car to Mackinaw.' THE C, FOSiSAXS I Lot on Mriin Street in Stanford Contntasac erm. easy. 1 10 S-- -- - acta.. S TR WALTON, Latent. T Sent or I". () McCormick general passenger and HKIIUI.HI, I I nolinetsand lo.e Providence Telegram. s f ( That irrepressible vendor of light literature, the train boy, has added to bis other tasks that of purveyor of advertising matter. Into the lap of the passenger is thrown all disorders of a little memorandum-book- , itzo -- J by stomach, liver, 5 inches. Every other page is occupied bowels, by an advertisement, while between the baves iu the back of the book are live t postage stamps. The entire combination is otl'ered for sale at nine aro cents. The avaricious passenger is thus Policemen Losing; In Height. ofTered an opportunity to make one The first batch of twenty policeme'. and most with an advertisement whole cent, have been examined umW the order re memorandum-boothrown in. An edi- cently medicine for by the muvor. Of tion of 10,000 is guaranteed, and adver- - twenty men examined but one has the family re ments cost M a page, itie concern tained the same ti,r..i.n.. 13r. &. states that the venture has proved so This man is Officer Jim EgKwton, of profitable that its regular publication ' the First district. He is exactly the Lowell, will be continued and a new edition same height as when he was examined will be issued once a mouth, just like lor ni'pointment under tins mlminwtnt- tioii, nnd weighs not an ounco more or the big magaziu s. A. S. less. Of the others one waa almost an SURGEON DENTIST. It is curious, but a fact nevertheless, inch taller than when ho went on, but st Office on Main street, oxer W. McRoberts' that the days of the month and week the rest had fallen away. One was found Drug Store, Stanford. to bo more than thun are always the same iu March and No- when uiitHiiiited. au inch All wer weight and July, and in Sep except Officer vember, iu E'lwton. Cincinnati R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. tember and April December; that is. if March Commercinl-Onxette- . comes in on Monday, November will do DENTIST. applying to the .tloilltliuitluu Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House. likewise, the same rule Tlie hen of a farmer wlo lives near upstairs. Nitrous Oxide was gnen for painless other months named above. In leap oxtracting. year, January is with April and July, in Tiouestn nnd a wild nhensaut lutvu lxith ilTA.NtUKU, Nt.Mtl,M. lfl.vS OKB-- l the snme nest. Afttr vears it is with October Fohrn-- ' bo"nest other ", was full with about the . wmal leap is w,h Aug,,,, in THE SHELTON HOUSE, ' ary ,n wit March and November. other nnmberof . m.,... -of ; ., JJ . . The i,.... , venrs uc(,uiureu anuj uvuiiiiieti itie neht at and ith of July al-- . the sime time and there was a constant last day of D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor. ways occur on the same nay 01 me Eirngijie going on. The farmer couclud-wee- The same is true of May Day wltlmt nm'ther could accomplish thins at tho mto they were quam-linj;- , accommodations at reasonable rates. Christina's. Open day and nilit. Sample room ur,d goad hx try nnd he thought to solve the difficulty bv in connection. Progressive hummocks is ti.e latest removing the hen's eggs from the nest, craze. The one getting up the affair This only served to make matters worse, swings a lot of hammocks in shady and now both fowls are trying to hatch young pheasanta. Philadelphia Times. Situated in a beautiful va.ley on Dix Rlx er, about places, and then gets a lot of pretty county road girls to swing in the hammocks and miles east of Stanford, near the H .leading from Goshen to the Stanford and Preach- l.oll Tli. t..viiii.. f..l rxira pay ". ' lf.II Versvillu pike, xxill be open for those seeking a ijui. et, pleasant and healthful Summer Kesurt. First "ff" get in and then pick a ham- -' class accommodations will be furnished to guests ho much to IUaliOle. TX'U- Jand, us the Springs have heen xery recently open. mock. Every' time the bell rings they dered in his youthful and inijuisitivo fck, the terms will bo reasonable Among the ma- oy amusements will be dancing, boatlnc, fihlnj, are obliued to move to another hum-- 1 mind what that might be. Aunt Alice. etc. Carriajej will meet guets at Kbwland when monk. After that tbev vote for til o best a lady of the houbehold, was the I notified. The season ot 1891 will open with a Grand Picnic June 19. Terms for board can be conversationalist and have to pay for other day made the confidant of his con- .. y 1.. j had by addressing ' each vote. Any young man found with citiMons. "i Know, tniu lie, "the arms- 3$ J t. I.UUN, ror., oianioru, iy. home 's whereall the girls wears soak- - j powder or a long hair on his coat is fc, I?nrtrrt,..1 v ei in Vm ed with a heavy fine. post Co. For Bilious Attacks heartburn, sick headache, and tho and long-sutleri- Ayer's Cathartic Pills the safest, surest, popular use. J. C. Ayer Mass. two-cen- The yellow beams of the moon stole into her eyes and bathed her hair. Ab, how beautiful she was! Suddenly she saw me. She leaned partially out of the window. Then she spoke yes, spoke-- to me. You know you who have loved her and had been spurned bow soft her voice is. She said I never shall for get it "John, if you are too drunk to e llnd the you bad better sleep in the The milkman may stumble over you if you stay w itere you are." Muskegon Life. key-holcoal-shed- ALL Bucklen'o Arnioa Salve V. W. ORSEN, Proprlotor The lest salt v in the xvorld fur cuts, brinies. sores, ulcers, s lit rheum, fever sores, teller, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crop I haxe recently taken chars' i this tians and positively euros piles, or no pay rcqutr L.1.1, ed. It is guarantied to give pvrlect atliacttor, Hotel and tntnd kfemni? 11 at 11. Pullman Vestibahal UufTet Sleep tx sn.) f. standard. Se.iai attention gixett to the traxellnc Price 15 ccnti per bos. public. or money reluiided man llultat Chair Car Hn all traias iKri'u !' For sale by A K. I'ennv. Msnlord, Ky. I hlcace without cliaHce. Gn xia the Mowtn and get the Ilest fjr t e ,rM First-Clay- s Happy HooBlors moiiej . For information address Wm, Timnsons, p.,.tmattr ot Idsville, Indiana, IAS BAKKKR. O. 1'. A., Chi ag Incnanccllon Alio W G CRlSH.n P A , l.nu- -i writes. "Klectnc Bitters bus done more fur me than all other medii in comhincii, fur that baa teeiini; ariiHi; I torn kidnex uii.l liver trouMc. IK ARK GDII.'C John l.e.lie, tarmer and sim.km.xn, f same jt.s. , says: "Find Klectnc Hitters to be tho best kid" ney and liver medicine, made me festt like a new man-J, W Gardner, hardxt are merchant, me "Kleclric Diltera is iuit the thins furl tin: a man lo isall run down and don t care uheth- - I er he Iixeor dies; he found ne straHgth, i;o.'. appetite and felt just Ilk he had a new leate , r. life Only jc a bottle at A. R. Penny's dm STANFORD. K , sior M1T3SRS "HOUSE, ri.,.i nd ... . TV'tli'MM Sample Room . Pool and Billiard Parlors. 'f lwn,n. " PORTMAN WORTH "SaTEST. HOUSE . DnrinK the npidcHiic of L Grippe last season Dr. Kmc's New Discovery for Conmnpti si, Coughs and Cold, proxed te be the best remedy in 1 his Hotel, renovated and rtlttrnlihed, It now tuy charge and I intend to conduct it w as to Reports from many who ued it con firm this statement l'hev were not only qui' kly relieved, but not only maintain it hieh rejtutatiiM, bat t add long Hit ot irmminda th dieAM left ro bad after levdtv xou Iu Its ak tRnt Hon for commercialfnend Special noe rooass far traxelers and to cixe this resnniv a trial an- we Karante thedliploy of samples. x ith you will b. ronlt, or th putchaoe jince will It has no eqaal in l.a A First-Clas- s Grippe, or any Throat, Coeet r 1.mu trouble Trial bottle tree at A R. Pennx's Drjj Smte And tlll.LIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. bostlsss, 50c wad Si. JOSKPH COFFKV. 3:.tf La Orlppo Again. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. LouiBVinc NaBMVillt R, n. r Is t lie line f' e ., as its atnt - Irje Saloon Iotiblc Daily Trains Mine cloie cmnri ti .as For all points. t LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI TIIRDl'llH TICKFTS tni n. ItAGUAGl. CIIU KM) lllkl" I or aiy m'rt'ia i, n t ,,ure .1 k Co. j ! i When When When When Baby was .Ick, wo gave her Castorla. slio as a ClilM, nho cried for Castorla. she became 3IIi, sho clung to CaMorla. sho had Children, sho s-thetu Castorl. THE F. I JULEr U. HOUSE, J t m n i London, niLEY, Proprlotor. - - Kentucky. A I k il'.llll la j X. . i.fi 1 1 W W IhN.S, 1 , .,r k f . : PRICE, 11, haxe moved to my n Hotel and am brltei ptcpartd than ever to accommodate lie puMiC Good Literyattachod and exery ronxenince dt sired. Gixcmeacatl. FRANK KII.KY. 77 orr ' HcSTBTivecavi,Ne Dr Ml'-t- St- - uan ;rsl, M A WAKITIITG. tX.L,. -- a pies.ribd - 1 rules West of Waynetbtir,-iW k..l.u ...I.....I- -. , .... 1 U . . ... surh iepa under th penalties MlLt.it ? ;. fjr,- - " vw 'm JAMES MvWHORIKK, uubr rj I . i ' I CBLIilSilLUi ?$ mv ze& jl WjM$mffly p -- f v.NTTV,r-'w. -.. ! iV. IL5 ill , 1 Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 04-c- m k. d ICE, ICE . N f iSr.iQSLSiEinfl JT T i ill flj H 1 I i 1 f. ty Making Uirts any-an- s COOKTS SPHX3NTGS j ,!.,.. .... JLS - ! Ir..!. 1v-m-3 ... 1 1 Farmers BanM Trnst OF STANFORD, KY., j ..j, ? lliillnr.,a IllT?lra.i Tll.ia n.. ium Habit, DrunkennfM, etc., arr rured b Dr. Miles' 11 nfon'iv- - Men hie, discovered by tho cmiuent Indiana Spicialict in ner-- i voua diseases. It does not contain opiates ,xjsi- . nfitnnt. .aisi si ti ' "4"1-?,nP"" ".r - r at; " ll5,n.x! "i.-- i pftdl vj & HEADACH forXoural,b,SnasmS,nt,,c:p W " tit 1miii Tut) CjEI ii 9fLtS. iy Jit 1 hJ i -- !? i t trf.SMt. r.n,iin.i di.UlM Tilt SivH We will dehter io rack aorelng t f "TI C.CVLUVAOn, ) I i' ! n'r f . v,, ,,. id CcnU I : ' ' d a . foll.w. Tf t4l uauer ou rouncii i j cones, over 00 ana under 100 1 cent, over S ScUu IlmiAtse.ll UJI I'wlttt 1 T 100 jfs ol a cent. Acw Vorlc, QuK-kes- Kd..ii. csia4a, VIK-IM- U.f.. d Si Ch t V,.i pkiU Frsnkf.irt I..,.. Kx .1 . New i:n!ai,.i M. F. 01 5S-i- r ELKIN & CO., Ky. . -- WMorl.time loll lUlnsnore. iiMOiarf, MUhmoad, Solid Trnins, baKsc acfecw. liiKston, i Stanford, -- NEW Out Quickest line to ,Shorist OlRJWIilAKra rr, (mnlii.K art a U - - - "" r.T'iV, , 'A"" VI.V.E i'u - - rTAfr1 .'I!J1 rfCX' " "rCTr-- THjoSPpy.-X - lL ' PH ' ' I'ullmn IVf.u.l if SIMirr tin ukn i' chaaue via (.h.il.n (1. llirmilmjth.it,, m, a maiina direct ronii.ti. en lout I. r ivn .. ville, Asbeville, Ltacht.urx aad iu ihe p-- m jKS ,r,iS- - At Chattanooga for AiUnta.Cnlunibus, Vtirnnr ton, Ciarltqii, Au(utU, M4un, Savi.nt. Ir miwtck, Lake City. I UomtiU suid H.DJtl AMojl;(nah, TiilAIa IlGYXim F15EI:. rale by A It is reported that htbt Sunday loco-- 1 ' motive yjo, on the Philadelphia ing, hauled a train of 00 cars, 23 tons Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. eacli, loaded with coal from Palo Alto to 15,000. Port Hichmond. These cars were all Surplus, about 34 feet in length, thus making the total length of the train about 3,100 feet SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL or considerably more than a half mile. HANK OK SI' AN FORD, The total weight of the train was estiXNoxv closing up) with the same assets and under tho same management. mated at 2,373 tons. The weight of the 15y provisions of its chatter, depositors are as depositors in National engine was about 73 tons. 'fully protected as ate Ii now fully organized and ready for business xvith --- & Head-- , Hanks, it shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in additiou to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrustedtheir bulsiness to us while mnagint; the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberalaccommodation as are xvith sound banking. con-sistc- ut DIKtCTOKS: J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J I Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J. K.IJaughmaa, Huitonville; J. F.Caib, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. S. II. Shanks, President. J. H.Owsley, Cahier W. M. llright, Teller. J. H.llaughman, General Hr.V Keeper, J. M. Hall.Staulord; fctanford J. S. S.J. Embry, Stanford;! J.E. ;F1RST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY The 5th Annual liourbon Fair will be hekl at now-adav- s." Parts, Ky , September 1, 3, 3, 4 and 5, and Drorn lies to be the most successful ever held on these , , . griiurmt, First Day -- 2:30 pacing, purs yearling stake, cloied with 11 entries: 3:00 class, purse " $300; exhibition of cattle, sheep and hogs; giand Roman Hippodrome race. Adm.ssion free for la. I sat beside her on the beach, and as dies and childreu on this day. old stake, a:a trot, I saw the fancy clocks on her hoso I Second Day Two-yerunning of stockings nnanlnn race, exhibition ..,., cattle and hortci: asked her why it was that . f I'lnrl 11.11. l II . cost much more than socks. She shook Third Day 5:40 trot, trot, running race her curls at me and said: "No doubt exhibition ot harness aid saddle gtldlrjgi, grand you think you're very but 0110 Roman Hippodrome races; display of cut flowers In Floral Hall; contestreason socks come lower is because ed for by Cincinnati. this latter will beLexington Louisville and they don't come near so high." tlaristsand there will bsa magnificent di.play. Fourth Dar a:jo trat, stake, runHaving siifci'b&fully demonstrated that ning race, exhibition of harness horses, blcrcle she was born 12 years after she was bap- races., Roman Hippodrome races and entertainHuckner, the Statu tised, Mine. Patti will come to the Unit- ment of Gov. Ilrown, ed 14th officers and members of the Constitutional "Oil, sir?-- ' Barber (to customer): Customer (emphatically): "No!" Barber: "You are right, sir. None of our best people are using oil on tlu-i- r hair (To next customer) : "Why, yes T "Oil, sir?" Customer: suppose ho Proper thing, isn t it? Barber: Yes, sir. "All our best people are using oil on their hair now-a-davH.- Four boys of Binlseve, Ind., found au old coat near the railroad ami bexnii FOR SAI Efir RKN"T Ar cellent Farm tossing it about and beating oach other P,u. , miles irV 'm'i'lTk'ao acres, on .let note sllppeU rrom be- " "u " j e of patches. Tho boys u.eath. T TXT A w TT-Nrrtho coat to pieces and it pinned out 1,711. Notueis hre'y gnen to xvhom it mav concern that I ii! prcute all persons guilty nf hun: in,,, The other morning ..while making re- tearing down fn' es or any otter maimer Iress- - . ' pairs to a residence iuMoulton township, paing 011 mv far-Aug nit' MRS EMMA I. IIALLAltD O., carpenters camo upon a nest of bats Crab On. hard. in a window casing. They killed 230 of "&K. the nnimals, which ranged in siz9 from in inch to beven inches in lengtli. Hi;:,'!;: homeopathic i K Penny, Staafonl 5 a j tJj am, 111 &&i w r, I eff itsivsrr wzjr.-i mWS ri'fn Fr V:ty It yf bt2ii.: iC r&JS rj awmaimi i amj ajam lar- 'r Fb WAl it WA xx ?Ki"')""I"Im I vtil- j7 Kl hcr, i jfe;'j T T II "utlPii, Austiii. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The..nly through line t. lacVwin and 1. kr, rg, Ms . hhiivrpirft La..inllniUireac..r. ! 3., w"h,," , ' DalUs W ,rih lraafr lv,r anU Austin Sn Anlnnw, KI !' points m Ihe 'illy line running s iliil trains w.ll, ehMCt I'allman H 'i'- -' ' PUc "le-fi-ng Car. to Jj , ihange lor a.r i r.l .,llltrl jmnrhiiiiii; Dr.atur. "" and Montgomery. Hunl.viil., ..,. H Mmrh..and Alt K VN .AS xii.-an! quicken to A nmslcei Selms. ! 'i.r W14.M i .nBectioi.s snade at Mi OK. I I ANs xvitl.'ut oHiuibuf ttanifer fur l.Mtetl o DA pmu "'" illt ' t "'ii' TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFOUNIA. .,..lit I'n, ...... I. i.iri v..ir . .... map - v. . I...',(..' niy inlormtiun call on A(ent at Jjikikhi t a.ia kv tv or address Mt VNK W WiJOM.K', -- THE BOURBON FAIR. ' wi D I 5,; burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it has been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its propensity ter rcmaxiiig soreness Is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and will appear in this space at a later dale. Made and sold by . J. II. JUGGINS, Stanford, Ky. Cures cuts, bnmes, old sores, iViti diseases, earns, bunioni, piles, fistula, scratches, halter f Havirp removed my Ilar'.er Shop He Com mercial Hotel, I am j rbpared tt a rommodale la dies aaxvcil as gentlemen in anything they may (.afl wish in my line. Children ali. waned "'line, JKSSI- THOMPSON, Tram Mill F.R. ,'r' Mangr , Ciiininatl lexinton. !''. At I,KDWARDS, ft D . , - Ky O T A Kentucky Central R.R. GltASri KOUTJC." Tho Shortest and Qulckotit Itouto from InCommeri iai 11 tel. OLD LK.X . tu.V rm...-,,- -W al. , mvW ' Contrft,Kotuo'tonllpolntBNorth l, ar DR. W. 13. PENNY, Newport News A-- Mis ssi pi Valley Co Solid Veaiil'uled Trams to "E, D. ElVHt, Wo8t (VnU South-VoFiih- Lino between Lexington and Clnotn- - rtj ..,!.. Dentist. Office Siuth side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanfoid, Ky. Washington, Philadolphia Balvimoro, Now York, Iloiuul. All points East and Southeast. Ordy one night out trom t.etii.i;ton. Corrected Time Card in Effect Ma) H, 189!. THROUGH CINCINNATI TO MID Md J ELLIC. SCHEDULE IN KFFLCT MAY 10,1801. DI.r.MMK()UC.If No. I. Ex. Sun. a a 0 4J a II IB a 8 is 3 18 TRAIN-- . South-Houn- No. m! 8 00 , I .'u w 'fly;' Daily. 08 States in November for her Attention of the public is invited to. the fact verts tho attention of tho people, and Bank in Stanford. that this Is tho only National National Ilank Act. when harvested there is that much more Under the provisions of the YJenoitoti are secured not only by the capital for the politicians to tax. X. Y. World. liability lor an trJek butbv the stuckholdirs' ........ .n fiunl ta the stack, so that depositors 01 The large-i- t grape-vin- e h- - a fund of SiOO.OOO, in the world is .li I...I rti, r Five sworn statements of theconduion of the bank that growing at Oys, Portugal, which has -- remade each year to the United States governexamined at ment and its assets are thus securing stated times been bearing since 1.S02. Its maximum addititonal government agents, yield was in 1SS4, in which year it prosafety to depositors. and perfect onifinaily established as the duced a suiUcient quantity of grapes 'J This institution, to 1858, then nnosit Hank of Stanford la ized as the National Uank ol Stanford in 105 anil make 1UU gallons of wine. the First National Uank of acain Stanford in i$3a, has had practically an uninterMontana is laiger than the empire of years It is better supplied rupted cxtstenceof prompt Turkey. Texas is laiger than the oow with tacilities for traniactiiigrbusines long whole and Iv and liberally than ever before in its honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu- - Austrian empire by !0,0C0 square miles, ciaries, firms and Individual! respectfully solic- ami Now Mexico is larger than Great eThe Directory of this Hank is compoied ot Britain and Ireland together. T? J. Foster, of Stauford; Tho attention of those whoso beauJForestus KeiO, Lincoln county ; . Capital Stock Surplus m S200.000 16,500 fine well trip, and we shall be asked to Fifth Day 1:30 trot, green race, ruaning race pay $3 a ticket to see a charming lady and exhibition of harness' harss, Roman e races. who could once sing very well. A good crop year is always hailed Excursions. with joy by the republican leaders for The Queen & Crescent unitounca lsxv excur-Hippc-drom- two special reasons: To harvest it di- ir A. J. S. 11.llayden, SUnlora; Ilaugnman, uincoui; M. . Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. llocker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; W. G. Welch, Stanford. V. IVTate, Stanford J. ty is marred by freckles is called to tho statement that a frequent bathing of tho faco in the juice of a watermelon will drive them awaj. o e J OFFICERS: ,S. Hoeker, Piesiucni, i'ohn J. McRobertt, Cashier: A. A- - MciCiuaey Asiittant Cashier 55-iyr Seeing an engine at work on a switchyard, little Mary said: "Aunt Kate, look at the engine. It is running around hunting for his cars." It is said that the C. it O. has & cap- tured the 0. M. railroad. sion rate as follows: Reduced rates will be made to Paris, an account ol the Fair, Sept. lit tu 5th, by the Quten A- Cres cent route from stations in Kentucky, AUo by all agents Louisvillu Southern R. R. To the Somerset Fair from all stations Lelxveen 1 uxington and Oakdate aud on the Louisvillu Southern from Shttlbyvillc and stations enst thereof Sept. 8 to ii, good to return till is. One fare for the round trip. To Cincinnati from Aug. ? to Oct 3 from Som-er- .t and stations north and but. Jefi'arsoiitnwn and other stations eaxt on the Louisville Southern on account of the Lateiim Race and Last Day of I'ompei. Special rates and special trains are announced from Junction City north for Aug. so, celebrated Merchant Stakes; Sept. 3, Maiden Stakes, Sept. to, Nexvpott Stakes and Sept. 17 Clifton Stakes. East of Huntington on the C, ,V O. Route. Parlies going 'on the above dates can attend both s rati .m an trains run uauy except Sunday beI will deliver races anil the great Spectacular exhibition. the Cents a Ilushel In Lanat tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct trains direct to exhi- caster, Stanford and the neighborhood. connection at Huntington This is the only line running itlt C. A-- O. ; at Ash bition grounds. I will also load on cars at Crab .Orchard, llrick lar.d wiih S. V, R ; at Winchester with K. C R R. north and south bound, and at Levinninn wi.i,' o m m at 75 cents a hundred. Gix-- me a chance. L & N., L. S. and C..N. O. .V T. P. Ralfroads. Grasslands. I.exinKton and Olive Hill Accommodation daily ERED KUULGER, Crab Orchard. 36" Mr. M. L. Hare, ol Indianapolis, oner of tne except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and from K. C points and at Lexingtor. with L. A-- N above tarm, writes: "I have tried all the differR. R, for Louisville. ent remedies advertised for removing curbs, Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodation splints and bunches, t feel site in faring that (julun's Ointment is by far the best I have exer runs dally except Sunday, and makes direct con. Dealer In Foreign & Domestic used." at Winchester to and from Mlddleslior-oug- h and Richmond, and at Lexington with L S Ky. for Louisville. Mlloa' Nervo and Ltvor PUlu For full information in regard In rates, routes Acton a new principle rcgulatiug the liver, Ac , stomach and IkjwcIs through the netves. Anew Sena ft Ackerman's aud Milwaukee bottled or to apply to any agent of this or connecting lines' Dr Miles' Pills speedily cure bilious. beer, discovery. East Jefferson street, bet Floyd and C. L. IIROWN, ness bad taste, torrid nvcr, piles, cmstlpation. lremn. l.ntnsvii.ip ITX' Ci... k .1 H.E.HUNTINGTON, . . V. P.andG. M.. u....m c...nir... uccr, .xvarraiucu, "10 .Keep six rr.nnms. ftiy "wnicu ir ....!.. ' - .... L.l," xj. ' " ' Fifty doses kii.i.goo-l-i i "... Lexington, Ky, Samples will be found at the Portman House saloon and J milde.t, suiest. 35 cents. O W. I1ARNKY, W.S HARRISnV free at A. R Penny's. at Ferrill Urea'., Rowland. 16 6m G M,, Lexiugton, Ky T P. A., Ashland, Ky 1 Cntli-ttsbur'r 1 16 ait Mail leaves Lexington daily at t 34 am Pans 3 WimhesierS 3, Mt SlerfliiK l.si.OIIxe fllllioin PHYSICIAN Lexington ... a 10 p oa Ashland 11 15 pm, Cnllettsburr, u.S nrrfvlnr at Arr KY. STANFORD. Huntington is. 50 pm Lve Paris.. Z 11 1 n Limited Kxpriw leaves Lei,igton daily at 6 it Arr Winchester.., is 10 p 5' P n pm, Winchester 7 on Mt Sterling 7 jo, Olive Hill Arr Richmond.... Office over Ml Roberts' Drug Store IS p Residence 7JJ i Jt ... Arr Lancaster 0 01, Ashlaml lou Catlaltafjnri- - .. .7 ir.i,. 4 IS ,. J.imes II. Owens' property at the junction ot Huatingion at 11 17 pm $ JO v Arr Stanford Danxiilc pikes Accitjiinudation, liailv, icei,t Sunday, leases I.xe Kkhiioml ... ' J5 p m Lexington at 5 45 pm. in. ? 7 10, Mt. I.lvingion. .. J S p m Arr . arrixlngat Olixe Mill at to pm. Lxu Middlesburo p in Accommodation, daily exiept Suaday, leaxot I.'xingtoti nt 11 oam, VVIiKfu-.tc- r u o pm, Mt Nerth-ltounNo. No. N'o.r V!"1' ' J l'm ,,),,y leave Ohxe Hill 6 t am' Ashland t 45 am, Ctleltsltuigoot, arrives Hunt Homeopathic Physician, mgtonujjam. Lve Mlddloboro 61 Ji a in - - - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, l.xe Lixingstan.. 1M15 a m Wi'Ht Jlmulil. 1Hs w: Fait Mail leaves Huntington dally at 000 am, Arr Richmond... 13 4S a m Office Hours: 10 to 13 a. in.; to 3 p. in.; t to 6 as. Ashland 6 r nilw. IT I It x , Mi Lxe Stanford ..7.7 7 00 am p. m. 9 Steillng Ha7, inchetter 11 03 and arrives I.ex- - I.xc Lancaster..., 7 So a unicc on Lancaster street, opposite court House Arr Richmond,.. 10 is a in iik. 1. ' " im. i.imncu r.xpreis leave llumtnictun ilailv at I o l.xe Richmond.... i 46 p m 6 05 a m pm, y, Ashland 130, Olixe Hill Arr Winchester.. 40 P "i 6 IS a tn 301, Mt.Mcilliig 4 3J, Winchusttr4 38 and arrives Arr Paris 33 I m a m at I.exlngtcn at j 30 11m. 1 1 I Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leaves Lve Lexiugton ... 7 00 V m 7 mi in 3 45 p m Lve Paris Olive Hill 4 am Mt. Sterling o 15. Winchester is I' "i 7 J3 am 4 33 p m I.ve Falmouth 7 13 and arrives at Lexington at 8 05 am. I 10 p in 9 ji a in 5 3 P m TO COUNOF LINCOLN Arr Covington. dally leases p TY: I am prepared tocollect you taxes for 1891. pm, Catlcttxburg 657, Ashland Huntington at 6 35 Arr Cincinnati ... S 40 p m 10 414 a in 0 37 V m ... i 50 7 10 and urrives at tnnojc a m 45 l m I haxe school tix to rolled tor la districts. Olixe Hill ) Except Sunday leaves Mt ,, . TI lln,l,.M. Come prepared to pay all at one time. I hope Sterling at 1 55o pm. Winchester pm, ' 35 and aim c a 7 . . 5' V0 "J a m and V that every will try to bo first to settle Lexington at a 45 pm. with lunar one of my deputies vu: Richard M. .ia)vuie at 10 10 a N Nexvlaud, Samuel , Mcnefve. Limited Ycstibulcil Express runs daily and tas ie?oVmayVo"?.a, a, Pullman Yestibuled lluffat Sleepers between J. N MENEFEE. ,a'"'" and .'. 5 Sheriff of Lincoln Co. Lexington, Washington, New York and Imiesai P "' Th" dsllyVxaceprSun.lay,0 "Old Point Comfort. This train Is made part of the 1 u.--6- DR. JL.. IS. COOK, AND SURGEON, JCiiAt Lve I.ve Lve Arr Cincinnati Covington. ralineulh . m 8 m, o m 10 m 11 m m m ...( Ex Sun p in! 3 00 p in p m, 3 BS p m 11 ml 10 p m p m p in, 7" p uj 6 1$ 1 in ijipn BR. JOHN II htr fcter-ling- CRAIG, d. 111 TA2SES TAX-PAYEtax-pay- er TA2.ES - 1 've Lou-tsylll- 3l-i- LIME AND BRICK. F. F. V. ao ;....!... isdail) ?."." No. 1 point '"w'SvnV "" "cept .f,lili,n .. No. a the nl',ni No. iy- 3 H. FldEXlTEH, nci-tio- WINES AND JLIJJUOUS, in r- -- ...v.., ."' N2 aVl'i.. -- .. .L,"inStpu J ..kmuiuii rt.i.uiiiiiioiiaiion iiat- Leaves I.exlllirlon 10.00 a. m. Arrlv... 10 tin 1,1 No 8 Falmouth Accommodation leaves Cincinnati t. top m Arrne Falmouth 7 03 p in Sunday. No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a in. Arrives Cm. cinnati 7 55 am dally except Sunday. and 6 make connections at Winchester for points on the. N. N. .V M. V. K'r, . D Jhrough cars from Cincinnatito ill 2 Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all In. ttrmediale nations and runs doily. W.I. MUNSON.Trav. Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati S. R . KNOTT, C. P. ATMORjv Traffic Manager. Gen Pass Geoctal office, Louisville. Kv Act S. F. I). MORSE. Oen'l Pass'g'r Ag Offue Chamber of Commerce Huilding.Cmcinnar ,'i,llJrf,"n a'l stations except the Dix isinii, which is daily except Sunday " daily except Sunday. runs dally from runs daily aunilay, Rowland DivulAPinriniiAi, .w ...h...UM... - . I1 h'.'"".'""'.'!" !... ' Uallx-exce- '" "'" t i' Jfaai-- j wX rt.. L.LJaktJ