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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891090101 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. T"! 7pT"E:j:-3rjrrfE- "ii ij mi U'V'L"' aiJf Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. t is Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER -- 1. 1891. NO. 52 PIKE'S PEAK. The Interior Journal Man Climbs an Exceeding High Mountain, Viowa Hio LniulHcupn O'er Euta ii 75 Oonta Siiuctw'oh. HOW the only huilditie on tho Peak aud that with a crave with the following on the tombMone, are the only j THE CHEAPEST ON RECORD. SO CRAB ORCHARD. Motion J lev. K. I). Xoakes has been allowed pension by the treasnty-looter- s a nt Washington. Wanted to sell at once good work mules. 7 years old, 10 hands high. Address W. M. Stuart, Crab Orchard, Ky. The W. 0. T. U. will meet at Mrs. W. T. Stephenson's Saturday afternoon and all members are requested to be piesent. Mrs. Well., Xinhnal temperance advocate, will be here Sept. Mh and !Uh ' and deliver two lectures at tho P.api,t' church and at o'clock on the afternoon of the Itth. the W. C. T. U. will give an entertainment. Kcv. M. P. Morgon is attending conference this week nt Harrodsburg. W. A. Hrooks was in town Sunday, but left imm'dintely for Stanford to see his best girl. Miss Lixzie Heron has return.'5 '.', to Chicago and Return Via the works of hand thre: KKIXO'KKKPK, Daughter of John and Noru O'Keefe, Who Was Kitten br mid .Mountain Hats iu 1870. At". ' IIKIiOI'TIIKUK, WHAT III! SAW. rT 7. " frequently makes the siht-hee- r sick and chiince to see the Worlds rnlr sickness that results is said to he iia he v,u,re thollHHnf,a of mt.n nre GfQnnA imrful wh.le it IksIs A ".umber ; e,Il9lrm,inK th(..uri.at ,x,mrtition 25. F. BLAKE3IAN, thone who wen. np 1W I did md it Ih.. , tml and .,ework was a familiar sound . ,, t,lUt MiIoia o ,, Th.ru was a bridal couple in the crowd ,, jn The record of the Stanford Male Academy for thorough work, hit lwn in the pit, exceptionally cM, jiol ,)o ( and we would auure itt paftHu and frkud that no pains will be spired ta maintain iu former an. both not deathly sick. It was a ,, ,, wom!orftll w,Ht of KO lIon hih atandard.of tady ill include all bran.hi pitlulilf mht indeetl and the irood dy I'he CfHme necwiry to prepare tor the Prehmin tki. In Colfountain. The lake shore drive lege and at the Mae time will be arranged f meet tite want of th klnv a rtrit akift KnzNih edni.aSiliLil (lwt t.kkik.t mr i 1... .., electric i.r.. a , ucation. Kor thoe who may desire to lit themlvt for bullae, a tpeciil eotme In arithmetic and ..0.". lit) nlJ t,(. I1inv otr,r l0l.VMn,J nr0 UVUn book Vtuplnu will be marked not my own exp-nanus, uui an iu imwer envied by Paris. Nocitv iu the world The fail will open TUESDAY, SBPT 1ST, and it it epcUII)- - dsirbl tint all pupils be pr es to help the unfortunate pair. Pike's Iirs so many monstrous and tine build-iniput rm thai day. TKUMS: Peal is a wonder indeed mid n'l who as Chicaeo See fortunes made aud ed from Hrodhead. (Kor fie month, payable quarterly in ndvaneo, with reomtM deduction for protricteil stekne,) can should take ailvantuue of the oppor A dancing party given by Mr. and lost in a minute at the Itonr.l of Trade, I'rimary Department iu.o tutiity of sueiiiK it, but young men, con the lirain market of the globe. Uot a Mrs. Dud Holmes Friday night in honor' iNtermHiitr Ilepartmont j; 50 ClaoiL.il Department t imilntiiiLr unit rimniiv. tiiki. this lilt of . . ai.50 . . . . . binls evi view of Ijko Michiiran and of their guest, Miss Lizzie Heron, of Inct.lcrt.il rc . too ailvtrl: Dout inciuile a trip tliere in Chicago from the Auditorium ,. Tower, urouiienu, was atten Iel ly quite a mini rf your woddiuis' tour. K5 feet hitsh. S-l.ihbv Prison as it her of the I had been warned not to muke many Mom, brick for brick, timber for timbor, and proved a very enjoyable affair. irm purelmfces white either at Manitou or up iu the dark days of '(; iu Virginia. See Miss Julia Anderson.aged 121, daugh &sa on the Peak, but feeling n little shaky the works of art, the of Mr (iarrard Anderson, a citizen of f.ur noraina8, the ter I Colorado Spring in lh first stop nt im- from the cold blasts, concluded a cup Battle of Gettysburg, Jerusalem on the the KpWesui neighborhood, died Thurs- LANCASTER, IvY. portance on this nwiiic routt and theiu of cnilutt and a sandwich would do me day of the Crucifixion, Niagara Falls, day of that wasting disease, ronstimp' OPENS SKIT. 8. Boarding department for ladies a stop of L'Oininutfs la jtlvon that the good. The cups are not the old fashion- etc. Tlm finest, largest aud most conve- tion, with which she had been visibly' have at nient theatres are to be Hft!n iu Chicago, aliecteil for years. She was buried Fri- only. Instruction for both ladies and gentlemen. 'Eleven Specialists, i ed coK'au ones thnt we to tourist limy h.tve an opitortuttity of wo old bcuuratead, nor are the sand Five Diploma Courses Classical, Scientific, English, Commercial! the Pans of America. Fifty to 75,000 day at Hpesus churchyard. intf tlit Uukw and commodious hotel and the .. :... ,.c.m, ..i.i H3 l,.,n; ..,r ..S nrn i w.u ,Hh, Q, mMv Piano, Vocal and Violin Culture, directed by Prof. Ra- There are very few guests at the and Musical. .w.r . the I'xqiiiwltidy kept ground. Colorado hmAM n,,v at tho ,,. .Springs now, the lneak, autumnal-likdlMHiuu from the are even at J unction City, hut whew! phael Koester, from the Royal Conservatory, Berlin, Germany, with? City, only a short occa Ym wjl, jow tnrew iiowu a sliver uoiiar sion to see the atxive ami the thousands weather of the last feu- days having eight years' experience as a director. Terms as reasonable as any Snrinus. is a town of Mime S,000 inhabi tneycoi. Imek 'lo oeiits. SnpKsing the For catalogue or other information, address of other attractions o! Chicago. Do not driven many of them back to their citv school of like character. tant" and tiititu n busings center. Thoi and xot a inUuke, I informed forget waiter had uia-lhotel is piolwbly the line!1 J.1C. CORDON, B. S., Ky. the date, .pt. 5th, and get full honies. Yet a few more davs and the him a "slug," Hirticulars by addressing, o! him that I had mv.-i- j erstwhile festive scene will wear the ap buildini: umhI for that mil pot pearance of a banquet hall deserted. Taltivor mid it is worth tm when he Hlitly tohl me he had given W. (. Ckusii, 1). P. A., the Missi-sipluck the right change, '!' cen s, but that Toroo through it. time to Iouisville, Ky. ta, summer of '01 ENTRAL UNIVERSITY RICHMOND. KY. Dopartmeuts Fourteen Gov. HucUner has been petitioned and Mmii he would give tue. another sandwich if Ot3tUdy,C.l.ASltAt.,htIKNTIFIC, A ride of 1U miles furtht-- r VND LKTTF.HS COIRSKS. i was "full up" FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. to appoint J. l Iloldam police judire ton prlns is reeehed. Maiiitou W at didn't want the money. run, each a specialist in hi department. Faculty nfalVuil if ami couldn't have oaten a sandwich here in place of A. M. Hubert deceased. A Full intreofttK State, in the heart, of the Richmond. Uic coi?raih.ciIa few resion, I ooo feet the foot of Pike's l'oak and is a summer For S .u.k. Ill ewes and one buck. Mr. Iloldam hns mil. vot hours ty rail frm l.oum-illee., fiee fr. inal it..., Cincinnati, Kifwille and I I.iu ahue tlit Refined andin huspit.-Mresort of no Miiull importance. There is more if had Ihhui paid. Havingn little S. P. Stagg. community and students find lion'es in the bet families nqd .Memo J ; . ; . . I rial Hull oommission, mil win doubtless nefore i. (iJAttondanco last s"iiun 4 .1, trom 3 States, Territories and eillrnrv in the waters, it bi claimed. spare time, thoiiKht a letter to some A good high grade cow and calf for countries. ft. IJiickner A Co. surrender their baton is crowded with quests friend, written from the top of America's New Gymnasium M lie than $100,030 added to the endow.nent last year. and the town lo. benefit Eighty-twmm. ('J thclarlilp Sua the tuition of worthy, pooryounjsertant at'etninn wonder would be a pretty nice tiling aud sale cheap. J C. McClary. of authority to John Young Drown and Years ao, lor seven months of tlm year. board, washinf'and Expenses moderate Si? .... ti Four thorough-breSouthdown his pompous ...... y,.. ,.. .., tasked the clerk for a sheet of paper aud .. Colcavalcade. ...j. ..UA.UUDDIUll before the rod man was driven from U li- UUANION, D. D. Chancellory r or catalogue apply to for sale. G. A. Ilonedict, StanA big revival, conducted by Kid. J. Here it an envelope. The envelope whs stamp-oi- l bucks orado, it was a resort for them. at. and I remarked to the clerk that that ford, .Martin, of the Hrodhead Christian was they brought their sick and woundA lot of cattle at Ij and church, is now ) - was very clever, when, extending his in progress at Hethel wonder fully beneed to partake of the a. i sold in church, near Ilee Lick, me that the price was a another of and is melting Howl waters and they well knew if the hand, he told . 1 didn't write. A A sleeping car ltourlKiu. f (.ireat .. . .hail. not uebiineu11 with fervent heat both saint and sinners. uiem iu quarter. Father Btzley Bros, sold Kid. J. Q. Mont- Seventeen proselytes were porter or a Vauderhilt might pay such baptized Sunfloon ko to the Happy Hunting Oiotniil, gomery a mule colt for $o!.C0 anil a milk well day and the meeting will continue anthnt sooner or later their eniaciatiMl body prices for stationery, but I was too things to do cow for?!50 DANVILLE, KY. other week. Large crowds Hock to hear would yield to the helpful inlluences ex posted on the priuo of such William Gooch sold to J. S. Ilobin-soeach sermon and much good is being side. Manitou is a de- so, hence my friond was deprived of the erled on ovory IScgins of Garrard, a pair of year-olmate done. 9, lightful place aud the climate is mperb letter. mules for $:00. Four of the Davis boys and a fellow With lull course of study, both En;liih and CiassUal While the course of instruction is epecial-lhou-e- e After returning from Pike's Peak I are en for the Class, it Is intended at the same tune to furnish a adapted 10 prruare youii ltuilt after Knulifeh Myle, the II. F. Hayden sold to C. M. Jones 11 named Jim Vernon had a little fist and a aud had a liberal Hnlish education to any who detire it. in connection with the Academy till uniiiiie and handsome and the yards, spent day or so in Denver cattle, to skull fracas at the picnic tit Green Briar good opportunity to see that thriving head of good, short L' year-old which as a tjonoral thine are tilled with be delivered Oct. 1, at Il.lo. Springs Saturday, but before the comllowers, ptesetit anappeai.ince uneipial-le- city. A great deal of building is going Harry Carroll, a nogro boy, wns batants, who wero all "three sheets in stranger sees on, and on every side the In tho West. something tiiat impresses him with the kicked to'death by G. fc C. P. Cecil's the breeze," could get on their real war His been etal.lfshrd in the home and under r' nal 'OtitrtI til the Principal. Rvulvr study A mile above Manitou Is tho Manitou paint, .the brass band struck up "Yankee hours ander t'le supirv.sioi 01 the l'ru.uptil ai d stunts and the restraints end gcneriinient of a possessed by Uoulanger, in Boyle, Friday. Je Pike's Peak depot and there tho won- indomitable energy that is Christian home are cm bided with 'he 'hi eihu.iii.nul advantages. J. K. Bruce bought for J. L. Yantis Doodle" and the whole party forsook Fcr lurlher purtlculnra .n regard to Imarrf, tuition, etc , address derful little train is taken for the top of tho Western man. The cnpitol building a lot of feeding hogs of Mrs. Broadus, Mars and tied to the shrine of TerpsiJAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danvlllo, Ky. the Peak. Pike's Peak Is 11,117 feet which is iu erection will be a "daisy" Baruet, Hopper and others at .'! to 4 chore. As in the days of Orpheus, muabove the sea level, but to reach it by and an ornament to the city. Huilt of cents. sic, it seems, still hath a charm to soothe so closely resembling marll!l!. PlTiMTP FT PHI PP C '"'lest College in the negro's Morn than 1,000 alumni. this marvelously constructed road nine white Mone It is expected that 500,000 bushels the savage breast. lU'.ll.V-UlUi VjUULiLiUU. I free courses leaning toComplete Classical. Scientific and is built ble aud having a commanding site, it ( miiasium. Location Full r'ncullv. Two elPK'nt bulldlrgs jut erected. Elective miles are necessary. Theltrack of bushels of w heat will bo harvested Mr. and Mrs. Charley Curtis aid healthful. No saloon Neitsttsx.il Uvms ept 0, 1801 lor catah line or further information after the regular order, but between the will be pointed to with pardonable from the Dalrymple farm near Cassel-tow- Miss Bottle Russell were the guests of address W. C. VOINO, V D , Dntivilte Ky. of that State who rails are a couple of rack rails, which pride by the citizens X. D. Misses Kate and Mary Curtis this week. not how to do things by halves. form a continuous track upon which the know Great damage was done the crops in V. M. Howard, who used to be a promiA day and night in Kansas City was IK) different coirs of the locomotive opervery pleasantly indued and was Xortli Dakota Wednesday night by nent merchant here, wub in towli Saturate. Copi on the pnsseiiRer coach, in spent frost. In some places the thermometer day. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Garder went which there are seats for W2 persons, convincing of the fact that the once registered the freezing point. to McKinney Thursday to see the family work in the raeA rails as the unirino does great boom town is not near so dead ns Mr. A. M. Pence's great trotting of Mr. F. M. Ware. Mrs. V. J. Homnns and it is claimed that the road is even some claim. True there are a good stallion, Pence, won a couple of races in aud Iaughter, Miss Hosa, of Lancaster, many buildings bearing placards "For S. IC. Cor. LtU A; Vino, Cincinnati, O. safer than the ordinary railioad. It is a great amount of Illinois last week, one at Champagne have been spending several days with minutes to reach Kent," but there takes two hours and Mrs. V. A. Carson. Type-Writin- g, Short-Kan- d, Book-keepin- g, going on and the real estate and the other at Clifton. top and the descent Is made in an business the Col. J. Peter Chandler says his supAt Independence, la, Moubars, the owners are said to be in fine spirits. hour and 15 minutes. mo jrrauo is Kentucky trotter, porters are as numerous as autumnal I also stopped for awhile in St. Louis sensational Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, in tho world-- !!! tp probably the heaviest Wilkes' stallion lecord of leaves in Vallatubrosa and that he will llegal Penmanship and all Business Branches. miles lmviiiK l!5 per cent. or'.l.KO feet and took iu the sights of that city. Tho lowered 'M to '2:20. Direct, '2:1S1 trotter, paced certainly be doorkeeper of tho next GenThis looks like an impossi- town is most too big a subject for me, E?tnhllshod 1862. Larue nnd llourUhlnn Twelve Instructors. ITp with tho times. to the mile. eral Assembly. May be you will, my IHts thorouslily for Uualness 1'ursults. Has tho confidence of tho Husluo Community. I those who have not seen the however, will not dwell on it. It is a ainilo2:0'.'l- bility to The student nre in ifcniiuiif unit nre aftii In ktcurlng employment. Tho charves aro G. B. Harnett sold to Tilford Alex- dear Colonel, but in case you don't "get reasonable--. Board can bo had in the city at low llfcures. luy and NIi;ht SeflMntu. Does road", but the above figures are correct, great city though and one might stay tliere for month's and see new sights ander and Dr. G. A. Traylor (!0 owes for there" we have suggested you to St. Plu- us promises. Investigation (solicited. Send for catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. as those who have taken the trip will KS each day. December delivery at $1.70 per head. to of the Hnuoii Tongs as a suitable felattest. The fnre for the round-trir low to be at one of the iron Witli good connections, splendid rail- He also sold to same parties a lot of tniles-- is $5, which, considering the imgates that goeth down to Tartarus. Look build-intslop cattle at UJ cents. road facilities aud propitious weather mense amount of money spent in At Independence, Iowa, Thursday, out for a commission and a free pass. my trip hns been a delightful one and the road, is reasonable enough. Blessings never come singly, but by was one not soon to be forgotten. To Mr. tho Jo.OOO race for Snow, a couple of inches deep, cover-...- l W. W. Penn, tho hustling traveling pas won in straight heats by the great Lex battalions, we are constrained to remark H.i. TVuk Sunday and to myself it was senger agent of the L. & X., I am duo ington mare, Xancy Hanks, beating Al since the arrival of three new babies iu a "freeze out" Biiro enough, as I was many thanks for letters of introduction lerton and Margaret S. Tho time, 2:1!2 town in as many days. Yes, Mr. J. D. - w n 7 iy foolish enough to leave my overcoat at and other substantial favors and to those U:P2J and '2. 12, is tho fastest of any on Anderson is the proud daddy of a bouncwas 127 and a home. The temperaturo ing boy; Mr. Jim Burch is walking on who have read these feeble productions record for three heats of a race. cold wind was blowing Think of the I bow in acknowledgement of their stilts in ecstatic delight over the flue girl His Highness won tho great futurity FoR Kentuckian with coat, pSuls and flannel kindness. U;ep Foh Trie Btfr K. C. W. stakes, worth over $75,000, nt Sheeps at his home and Mr. Clay Anderson is AFE LAME BACK SPRAIN; ETc. Hhirt his entire apparel rMt didn't last Saturday, in 1:151, Yorkvil!o feeling as big as both of them over his head Bay, f , rROUP Twenty ortnoro people wore instantlon, however, for tho chntteriiiK Belle 2d, D.tyonet l 1. Tne courts held first bom a girl. Verily corn cribs and of ti dear ly killed, nine seriously injured, and a teeth attracted tho attention that Corrigau's colt, Huron, should cradles will be in demand this year. old lady, who loaned mo a heavy shawl, score bruise and shaken up in a terri- start and ho ran second. TheJ judges, Under the auspices of Capt. Samuel which no doubt Biiveibtfiiy life. Tho ble wreck near Statesville, X. O., Thurs- however, refused to recognize the horse. Hillis, of Lewis couuty, a G. A. It. Post and rather day morning, on tho Western North shawl was a Tho tobacco nover looked better of 1 charter members, was organized but as it was comfort and not Carolina road. Tho rails spread on a than at tho present time and if uot here Saturday, with George W. Patten fancy, looks I was caring for, 1 wore it and high bridge and a passonger train fell (53 caught by a premature-frost- , will make a a post commander. It was christened shall ever remember tho good lady who feet into a deep creek. It was only by largo yield. F. P. James 6old to D. J. i honor of Lieut. Severance, who was heroic work that many of tho wounded helped me in that hour of trouble. killed at Stono River, and will be known Curry & Hue 19 yearliug inules for ' Tho view from Pike's Peako is "Brand, were saved from drowning. as Severance Post, No. 102. There are These MrJames has bought of A feud between the Jarvis and and peculiar." Hundreds of various parties in the last threo weeks yet some 12 or 15 more soldiers, who of Scott county, culsignalized their intention to bemiles can bo seen with tho naked oye, Kendall families, at prices ranging from $:'o to S7f. Har- have within tho power of this minated iu an encounter on tho streets rodsburg Democrat. come members, aud these, with the half but 'tis not Thursday. Milt Kenlowly pen to describe the grandeur and of Georgetown Booth Thompson has made engage- dozen who will remove their memberdeJr., shot and killed John Jarvis, dall, sublimity of tho scene, and hence B.HK.s..iiissssiiliissssssssssssssssssssssiisssssssssssssssssss hogs for Sep- ship from Kingsvillo here, will make M for two view-caand Milt Kendall, Sr., shot and killed ments Those Sulllco it to say no KnuiuV 4 to J4J Scents, and quitu a flourishing commtiudery. sist. tember delivery at P!SSBBSSWTTCiliMMMBHMMMMiiiiilLlsis be had than Pike's Peak ullbrda aud A. J. Montgoniory, the coroner, in no sold II. B. Campbell 10 choico South- who have been enrolled so far are: G. with the trouble, and V. Patten, F. V. Dillion, John Warren, those who have uot sought its lofty way identified for down buck lambs at $7. Some sales of take advance of the then fatally wounded llurrell Jarvis. rye were made in Lancaster on last P. T. Pollard, A. II. Xoakes, K. D. hoiKhts should Tho remaininq Jarvis brothor escaped Delaney, Wm. Sever"Catorll3soweUvdaptdtochUdjenthJit I CaatorU curc Colic, CViriatlpatlo llrst opportunity to do so. Monday at 75 cents. Wo aro told tho Xoakes, Mathius I ggr rockn of va by hiding. The Kendall's wero finally ance, Bonarparte Adams, Wm. McCrea-ry- , Ponk l covered with I commend Itos superior to any prescription supply is very short in tho county. II. I H. A. AacilKn, M. P., to me," gestlon, reminds me to jailed, but for an hour they had the Granville Haley, Tom John Davis, rious sortH aud sizes and B. Campbell sold a nice bunch of ewes, Without Injurious medication. 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N.Y, Half Acre" iu town at their mercy, the marshal being Chappell and Bob Parigin. Miuo extent of "Hell's Y-SO head, last Saturday, at $4.'25 per head. Tu Ccntico Compant, 71 Murray Street, X. Arkansas. Tho top is way above the afraid to get from under cover. Tho Lancaster Record. J. V. Hallow, track iuspector, was timber line, consequently there is not a trouble arose over tho Kendalls charging servico sta- the Jarviss with destroying their water Missouri Alliance rejected the struck by a train near Winchester and The sign of life, Tho old signal scheme by a decisive vote. killed. tion, which ia now used as a lunchroom, melon patch. ovnr tlto .hint nH Old Sol win mountains Mirioundini: DeiiYnr, I took fc ltto (inindu tinMWKo on tlm Demur for Pike'n PtMik, to look ujion rm well hh Htnnd upon cinu of tho iwuhUmh of which I lmvf lionnl and road tdioiit for nliiiwt aquiutfi of a country. Th diiUmoo ia about UX1 mill's and the wnury betwoeti tlu two points Ih indowrilmbly Krtittd. For tin mot part tho railroad runs Mtli a chain of tho Kockio and hh tlio traveler view on olio id tho lofty lio can on tin- - other two a bcsiitU stream of water mwuidei-inj- ; fill mid atom: through lovoly yrcoti jwioturos. On ..no hide ho looks upon mm woo vol od mountain peak?, on tin other a portion n of tluMOtintry "where verdure mid never (ado ami lltdilH uro t'ti'rnally mr-nlllii-idit- juetj: The sudden chimee iu tlu'tempernttiie to Chicago and see the many attractions from tin foot to tho top of Pike's Peak tt.wt tl.ta iri'iint r ! t f.lfim. .. .1 nOVir rPlita Route. On Sat iu .lay, September 5th, 1MH, the Motion Houte will sell round-tri- p 1 .11. iul'ttl.. tl j flutr.ltu kiwi.. ..viiiiti int. t.. rI.t.Mi.... ......I VIII. hii lllinvtn fmi.l return at the low rate of $0 for the round dip. Tho Motion, with its usual liberality, has made .this rate for tho ht'iicllt of its ihitroiii who dwire to io Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, Kull corjxot Comerv.itury and Norinil Art. I'xcelleiit boar ling de..riment. 1 1891. hool teacher. Supsnor courwi in Literature, Music and Catalogue and circ ilan furnihc rn application STANFORD MALE ACADEMY Principal. , , ,,,,. huM j j K"-d- ,., 1 1 r n H i cU-n- r ... . . e blor-M)i- !rARRAS?n j GE ud i.. 1 . I e I - e wt Pros., Lancaster, pl HiL'lit-sei-r- 's o l-- ! Col-leR- i 1 COM-IFKI- 1 j lllue-Ur- ss Chit-Unocc- i t I o d w...-..w- - 1,300-pouu- d l,0K)-pound- s . Centre College Academy Sept. 11 11 n n, .'? d Tlie Next Session of this Institution y d j A Home Boarding & Training' Dapartua. oat ih-- ,. 1 South-wes- t. 1 n, wi& LJJM4)(cm&r. -'0 Telegraphy, PoO-pou- latch-lifte- f wsiisaKKSxessssssssi IIGHTNIN6 " TOR MAM Off mnuuvuUi 2YA? WlT ihEurwrn .TJF-JK!PJ.-J "' 1 QPEEDY V URE tj 1 $!?,-00- 0. 1 car-loads- SiisssssssssW iisssssssssk f i r Infants and Children. ti. nutgBk.M&te.. sub-treasur- y m B i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1, 1891 Stanford, Ivy., Smtkmukk W. F. WALTON. 1 i' Nk !J ;i ,ii they had siiiliuient warning, the ofticers of eott county made no etlort to protect the nero, Frank Dud Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Ginrantocd. Give uim a call. ley, who killed Frank Husheh, a white ninn, and a mob took him from the jail Not and lump him, Friday was made and it even a feeble resistance looks t this distance ns if the o(Hcer.s .I.A1K ALIA Nll RS Horn., micht have connived at the cowardly murder. Hughes had violated the iimri- tial riuhts of the neuro and at tho time AND of tho killini: had tho woman in his room, concealed tinder a hd. There Day. $2.50 wns no reason or justice in the mob's Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houi-work and each of thoe composing it LOUISVIUJ-:- , KV. rhouldbepnui:htout and tried for liia W. R. LOGAN, life. There niiht have been much A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. MnrsluMCIerks. justice had the mob morericht and huni the Kendalls, who had just committed tlnee bloody murders, ono of an BPH innocent by stander, who were contined in the panic jail, but it did not disturb them, we suppose because they had white faces. From all we can gather fi they more richly deserved death than the nejjro who simply did what tho unwritten law savs he had a right to do. Mobs are not only proverbially cowardhe has received ly, but they are a little too discriminat Valparaiso and resulted in a complete A portion of Faulk county, S. 1)., to numhowhip on profession, KM; by Mrra&WMKSi WV- H ing as to color to induce the belief that vL'tory for the Congressionalists. Val- was burned Saturday nnd for 20 miles letter,.;. Total, 207. Dismissed, death Balma-cod- a in their hands, paraiso U justice alone prompts them. wore destroyed, re- and removal, 72; money raised for all grain, grass and hay is a fugitive without nn army, his sulting in ruinous loss to tho farmers. purpose, as per Conference minutes, to will leave for troops are Hon. W. H. Miller cut to pieces and many of flames, which date, l;!,:553.IO; current objects, present iBrTr mt to be present at the , them have gladly deserted to the insur A heavy gale fanned the Fiankfort .i",ivj year, to ltit 51,800; subscription nnd swept everything before them. reconvening of the constitutional con- - gents, with whom they were from tho The OLIVER is still in the had for ljlitne-.- s of draft mk perfett on new church building, Jli',- Cashier Wm. Tillman, of the defunct He is ol tno im tirst iu sympathy. Iventiou Tho Concressional-ist- s Falls City Bank of Louisville, 1ms been 000. Total, $27, work. It nto lends in low prki , bun, the cheapest as well as tin irn 30.-- Ad voento. pression that beyond the correction of a are masters of the situation. ChiliV found to ho a defaulter for $52,000, but best Plow on the market. Don t abii-Middle.-bnr-n Tho News says that 52 our l'lou if it don't work-wefew grammatical eirors and 6omo glar- - ports nro iu thoir possession, her capital with bogus extras, but see that every piece you buy has the Oh had gotten safely into Can- cjuntiesaiid HW itles were represented Jing inconsistencies, the body will do is at their mercy, and the people are not until he ' ada Ho was a New Yorker by birth at the State Sunday school convention vit on it. J. R'KOSTKR yiothing save to promulgate tho new flocking to their deliverers. Sic semper tli.-rInst week. Of the delegates there nnd came to LouUvillo in 1875. 'constitution and fix the day it shall go tyraunis." 211 pastors, 4I5 Paper Co , Tho Breuiuker-MoorW I lilt. .INMiperintt'iidenU, 15 II J McKBKins jnto effect. So far as the legislature is superintepdiints, 27 wecretnries, and tho Moore, Bremakor A Co., wholenoimmediately effectConcerned it will be Tiik editor of this paper has been assigned, 5 organists, 2 lihnttiann, 170 tcc!iei, ive, but Mr. Miller thinks next spring tified of his selection uy the stockholders sale grocers, Louisville, have liabilities stated at $250,000 and 101 scholars. There were of the will bo early enouyh for the general of tho Knoxvillo Tribune, tho leading with Presbjteiians, lu Methodist. piovisions to be put into efl'ect. lie democratic daily in the city, to take gen- nominal assets of t"50,000. It is thought that their affairs will be adjusted and 5S Baptiats, 52 of the Christian church, says he is going to vote to accept Bour- eral charge of the paper at a salary of 12 Lutherans and 12 Coiigregntioimlmu. bon fair's invitation to visit it in a body, $1,MX) a year. It was done on the rep- the mi'ls resume in a few days. .. .i I.. ,1... iiiviuuioii oir mo eiiiers, A youth named 1'aillet, convicted wu hiv oil", he thinks resentation of hi.s Mend, Masterson Pey but even with that day 1). was guillotined . essrs. nndoveer, K the body ought to ho able to get through ton, Esq., who we are inclined to think of a number of murders, tho little it had to do and adjourn inn greatly overrates his ability as u news- at Paiis Friday. He joked and laughed II T. Bush and John S. Murphy of death, Mark Coins will preach at the CI week. Mr. Miller will not go back flush- paper man. The compliment is highly on tho way to tho instrument j refused nil spiritual oilieos and shouted church Thursday night on baptism, He appreciated, but one newspapor is all hoi ed with tho pride of si of the constitution, but he ex- can attend to now and when ho gets out "Vivo la Kepubliquo" as tho knifo sev- preached on the subject during his meetto:StnKK ing here and Air. Helm having pnaclud tracts a good deal of comfort from the of it ho will seek a less laborious and ered his head from his body. Tho steamers Ivastby and Gambier on it since, it is understood that tho fact that it has :t majority in the State exacting means of making a Hying. collided inside Port Phillips Head, Aus- coming renhon is to be an answer to ol nearly 140,000 did. Tub Louisville Critic calls attention to tralia. Tho Gambier filled with water, Mr. Helm. Itisstmngo that with the 9 and Bible so plain ns some assert that there Four years ago we saw '"Gov. Pinion the profound peace that now prevails in and sank before all her IJoliver Uuckner assume the responsibil- Louisville journalism ami commends it. crew could be taken off, and 2(1 persons should be so much coutrovercy on this GKNT- s question. ity of the oilice w Inch he has filled so There is no reason why rival newspaper went down with tho vessel. Tho We have received from the author, admirably and from which he retires men should live like cats and dog. injuries weio not very seiious. with neither spot or blemish on the Other professions and trades get along Among the killed iu tho terrible George W. Kanuk, a neatly printed entitled "Tho Traveling record. To day he relinquishes its du- amicably as a general thing and the railroad accident in North Carolina was pamphlet, I...--- f r T 1, CrA ftci molders of public hl!V. J. .!. t!l Church," giving a full account of the ties in favor of John Young Brown, a fact that the !IHfS, UI VsUlUlllllllO, litting successor to one of the best, if opinion so often transcend both decen- who was to fiail for China, as a Mission- exodus of tho Baptists from Virginia to not the very best, governors the State cy and good breeding in personal quar- ary from tho Southern Presbyterian Kentucky in 17SI, under tho leadership has ever had. May we be able to say of rels, which are of no interest to tho pub- church, with Kev. K. A. linden on tiie of Kev. lwis Craig and Capt. Win. F.lhs. Mr. Katick shows that the first substanhim four years from now what every lic, shows that there are quite too many 2(Jth. He leaves, a wife and one child. tial impulse given Christianity iu Kenbody eajs of Gov. Bucktier: Well done wolveri admitted to tho sheep'H fold. A car load of beer standing on u tucky came fiom the Baptists. The thou good and faithful servant. Thou Let us have peace and thereby set a good at tho K. C. depot, at WinHATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, hast been exceedingly faithful to every example. down'grnde book is well written and is a splendid chester, got started on the charge. Go and may the Lord continue and ran out on the main line two miles, contribution to tho history of the Slate ScilalDY POMKUOY, WllOlll lngalls 8UIts price is only 25 cents and every Bapto be good to thee and thine. ceeded as senator from Kansas, died in when it met n freight train. The colcompletely wrecked the beer car tist at least should possess n copy. Tiiki'.k are some 500,000 pensioners on New luiglaud, last week, after quite an lision The engineer, Stephen A woman iu Portsmouth, X II,, the rolls now and Commissioner Itaum eventful career, dining which, although and tho engine. he prayed harder, sung louder and at- Grogan, was seriously hurt. found a cent in an cut; one of her hens says there aru yet in his bureau over convenProf. Hogan, the neronaut, was kill- ldid some time aco, and since then the tended more Sunday-schoo- l 1)00,000 other claims awaitiog adjudications than anybody, he never failed to ed at tho Detroit exposition groundo by same hen laid an e'i; with a dime iu it. tion. There were jubt about 2,500,000 He had ascen- Il the reports keep on runic in this ra men in the Federal army during tho demonstrate that he was out for the falling from his balloon. when ho lost his bal- Mo the hen will shell out handsomely. war. This leaves only a million unac stuff. While iu tho Senate ho was tho ded over n mile, Philadelphia b'ik'r. "MODEI, of Hogan who counted for, but they or their spirits great champion nnd promoter of jobs ance. Ho was n brother airship will bob up for pensions iu duo time. and to that fact he owes tho nickname of mado an ascension in Campbell's "Subsidy Pom," which tho newspapers' in Now York, a few years since, and was No other country ever supported so ' large an army of mendicants or one gave him aud which stuck to him like a never heard of afterward. II. W. Fuller, General Passenger wuhlo 1(11 pti airly my I'urm of 14 Acrtt which demonstrates so fully that they leech, Stanford, and Ticket Agent of the Chesapeake A utualcil i'. iniltM north of iilrainrc in nr., on the on account were out for thestuiTnud not Iianvllk- pike. Will Ink' snowinc Is Thk Jessamine Jourual says two Cheese, Ohio road, is removing his headquartera any one withing to purchase. Apply to of excessive patriotism. have withdrawn their mon- from Cincinnati to Washington, D C. J JIKICHT. 4jm Hack Piiem-s- , the fellow who charged ey from a Nicholasvillo bank because it O. B. Ryan, who has been appointed Dithat Senator Carlisle was against the charges usury. These goody goody vision Passenger Agent, will look after Lamps, Glass- - and Oueensware, Tin- - and Woodcnware, Fruit Jars, We Hill sell 011 the premise on new constitution, because it prohibits creatures Bhould read Deuteronomy the business at the Cineinnitiend of the Jdly Glasses, &c. lotteries, to which concerns ho is in- 2&20, which eaya that usury ia allowa- line, a position lie is fully competent to Thursday, October I, 1891', ble in certain cases. Our Farm in I wiroln county, contalmniiig TWO debted for his line residence, has been till. lit .NOllfct) ACKFSuf ioJ Unit, centrally lo rtifi bnnto J, ' elected president of the American Base Indictments have been served on a cited lietwct'ii Duuwlle, M. i. Tillman, late cashier of the Falls V, mile from Untitle of ' Ball Association. This is about his City At the name time we will aUn Hell u or H zom was a yankeo and number of tho leading citizens bank, Louisville, and Colls, Farming measure and tiiu district that sent him a republican. No wonder ho stole' monwho are charged by the grand Molded Marcs Kitchen Furniture. HouM;lmMiml Also 40 KoJ Hock hwrs, ju stack ofT'ltnotlij to Frankfort to help make a constitution ey and fled. The only wonder is that ho jury with tho lynching of Frank Uassi-iiiHay and '.o liuthels of Hemp Seed of tho Intel Dealers In- ought to be ashamed of ittelf. in Julv last. Labor societies aro re importation r'woetMon nl lrni i;lvcri liei, did not take more than $52,000. II. A J. hWOl'K, Hubble, Ky 51. im out ported to have raised a fund to hunt j Thk Maryland republicans have nom- Among those indicted tho lynchers. NEVSY NOTES. inated a State ticket and adopted n are the chief of police, B'jveial policewhich endorses Harrison's "able John Baxter killed his wife nnd two men and the city attorney. s1 and pure" administration and tho bril- children in New York nnd then killed I offer lor Kale Santiago, the Chilian capital, hn ford, containing my farm two miles North of Stan, oi good land; a good 35 iicres liant diplomacy of tho department of himself. surrendered to the insurgents, and the house with 8 rooms, all necessary outbuildings, a run State. They evidently want to bo on Tho attendance at tho Lexington last act in the bloody war of seven large ham, good cistern ut the door, plontyand all j lung wj er, about telict fruit trees & S52 OTJTK 35MSG &2TT 3L the safe side and" by endorsing both fair Thursday was 2:5,450, the largest in months probably closed when a mob of kinds of small fruits 500 A ldres (,. T. McllOllKKTS, Stanford. will bo in it no its history. Blaine they Alio 45 acrot miles south of Stanford ; 10 acres Santiago citizens applied tho torch to good imUcr; small matter which is nominated. Maun Martin shot and killed Con- the homes of Balmaceda and many of in ciiltiation, balance house and good orchard and plenty iihvlt failing A FRESH CAR-LOA- D (S. T M OF KANAWHA stable Alexander in Powell county, in a his friends and followers, destroying water. 41 Kvkky newspaperman in Kentucky .... row over a hog. much propei ty. Tho city h still in a will regret that the facile pen of that Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, tho no- state of fear, but order ban been restorcorusticating genius, Mr. Laurio J. ted poet and physician, celebrated his ed, and tho Congressionalists will soon Blakely, is ullo even for a short time, Now the tune to lay in your fuel for the W Sid birthday at Boston Saturday. ter at cheap rates. eiul jj to tne be in full control of the Government. has resigned tho editorship of the lie Hardin Davis, a Harrodsburg miliCovidgtou Among the minor casualties men- Laurel County Coal Association Commonwealth, and for tiaman, stuck his bayonet u his head tioned in Sunday's Courier-Journa- l were the present is a gentleman of elegant l I'lttsbiirxb, order a while en route to Frankfortand was bad- the killing of two men in a cave in near (3xi) ISiistieT car Ky, and best lumpFive Hundred leisure. We hop to hear from him coal on truck of their ??! t. "ilu present delivery ly hurt. Birmingham; ono death on the railroad ill mines forfraction over ql?c on 1'Iiih It coalMnu'.i ' sixain soon, however. sys-ju V tlv VAA tra at cost )ou a Has the largest and Mrs. Julia Fihuoro Ham's, sister of track at Winchester; ono death from a in car load lots Tiim-fl- , which usually President Millaid Filmore, and the last stTtoJA. The Louihville j.ilijw street-cacollision in wagon and MOST COMPLETE STOCK strikes centre, s.tjs: "The government suiuvorofa family of eight biotheis beer ! New York; n girl burned to death in census credits to Kentucky 5,U2.S tisses, and sisters, died at San Fruneieco. Simpson county, this Statej.n man fatalOK butjit should bo borne in mind that the A North Carolina judgo ordered two ly hurt at a lire at Danville, Ind., and i enumeration was made a year before tho negroes given .'50 lashes each for an of- small boy's fall to death over a cliff at ON SEPTEMBER 189!, followers of Krwiu lifted up their voices fense and got bin costs out of the case by At Birmingham, Ala., At ioo'cI k A M, we will sell to the highest Chattanooga. ever shown in Stanford at prices uriU unfolded their ears." charging 25 cents admission to see tho there were a minder nnd a suicide; iu a bidder on the premises, tho farm of as low as the lowest. O Neal, dee'd, situated Oil the water, of Hilj;-IiiJ wluppiugs administered. New York tenement house a man murFork and adjoining the J F Cah farm, conTub last iasuo of tho Mt. Vernon SigRemember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, I i i two An engine drawing two coaches and children ami taining about I iso acres to be ascertained by j ct. nal has an elaborate editorial of four President Mcleod's private car on the dered his wife, acres in ctilmitUn and who can do anything in Watch ual survey or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to then killed himself, and in Arknnsaa the renuiiuUr well set in .grass. All In high columns which furnishes interesting Bound Brook t.wlroad, made a mile iu blood hounds are hunting the negro atate of cukivuion, well wateied urn! well Im- send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. is from tho Old proved. reading to those concerned. Jt o'J tecoiids ai..i 10 milcM oa nu aver- - murderer of a merchant. cali balance in one and two jears pen of the county clerk, who in his pecu Your trade and work is solic-te- d with negotiable not bearingO percent, from day gold and silver taken at market price. ano oi 1.5 tccoi.Jo. ttio laslest ever ofsale. J.F.CASIIandW II. MURPHY,' liar line has,no -equal as a writer In the J known. and I guarantee satisfaction. l A. R. PENNY. Uxors. J O. Nejljdtcd. A Fietichmau had invented an im- county. mo-nin- of ' proved motho o( t. :.i..,.'iJi.s so tliHt SchotleW, ttjUti-1 ny w, illwl Sunday i it is nrncticablu to traiininU 150 tvonlf nf imrru iimi. aim will iniviir for- - i Uio TrtHituir v per miuuto on a single w irr. I ho mesKot. In wltlition to tho uiurdors uutl ntoniinu at Warren, li., of heart an sage when delivered fru.u the mflchim tin? hangim;, the nocroea turiuteneii to j fuse. burn tho town Friday niht and tiros j -- Win, DotielU'V, of Willinnioport, is ypo written. brcikitig out siniuhimfcoiwly in tliroe 1,., was.stuns on the fiiip'r by nu 'church affams. parts of town, it was thought iwry honey buo and in 15 minutes lie Kev. B. W. Nwil, pastor of tins Bap that thev woie curving it into execu was dead. Mr. and .Mis. Rebecca Unbunstuin tist church at Auburn, died of Bright' citixe ne were summoned tion. All the to arms and either patrolled he town or arrived at New York Monday from Odes- diflen"". A protracted meeting will begin at etood guard over their wn premises sa, accompanied by their 25 children. the Presbyterian church next Sunday, in and not many eves found sleep that Mis. Kubenstein U only 45 years old. night. The threats an l ptrthl execut'apt. L. I). Hallownv, clerk at the which Kev. Ben Helm will be assinted were eaucd by tho woik of tho penitentiary for many years, has resign- by Kev. It. A. Hndun. tion Go ye into all the lands and pieach mob, which hung the negro murderer of ed, owing to an alleged shortage, iu his A white man and left tho other murderaccounts. He claims, however that it is the gospel at 25 cent a head is not the divine command, but that seems to be ers unmolested, who hud shot down in- a clerical error. nocent citizens on the streets. There ltupoitd from many points in Ala- the way Hoy. T. Do Witt TahmiRe unwas some reason for their murmerings, bama are to the elleut that the cotton derstands it. Topeka Jiiuriml. The P.iptist levival ntSomerset, conhut it was the height of cowardly folly crop there will boat least 2.ri per cent, to attempt to hold the people of Georgeunder that of last year. Kust has done ducted by Kevs. F. I. I!.de and W. .1 Wnnl, had resulted iu 17 additions to town responsible for the acts of a mob, tho daimure. not one of whom lived in ten miles of Tho New York Mail and Kv press last accounts. The Keporter says that town. During Situnhiy a conference says that it has reliable information that Capt. Will Curd and other members ot was held with tho more conservative Gen. Wm. Wells, of Burlington, Vt., the Methodist church have united witli colored men, who pledged their asis-tan- ce will be appointed to succeed Secretary the Baptists. The Kev. 3. O. Stone, recently preiu keeping tho peace, but as a pre- of War Proctor in the Cabinet. of arms cautionary meabttre, a cor-loaIt is proposed to put up in New-Yor- siding elder of the Greenville, Miss., City the largest bu&iiies.s building district, is under arrest at Memphis, ami amunition was ordered nnd received from Frankfort and all was quiet at last in the world. It will bo constructed of charged with arson lie owned several steel, 20 stories high, containing 1,000 business houses, which he destroyed by accounts. lire. He makes no denial of the alleoilieos and costing 51,000,000. of Saturday has Tin: Courier-Journa- l A couple of men with a dray went gations, nnd says ho committed the actH this graphic note on the close of the to tho Central Presbyterian church at while under the influence of morphine. "Usurper Ihhnaceda's Johett, 111., aud telling the janitor they Chilian war: During the six years of the pastorroign in Chili is o'er. Tiie decisive bat- had been sunt for the organ, they got it ate of Dr. K. II. IVarce, of the Methotle of the war was fought vesterdav near and made their escape with it. dist chinch, Danville, Geoiuiltown hits rmssuil throunh i Jmlpe G. tt r 1 utilr 1 , ordi-iliflero- nt igtfetilVSfoilwA 13 -- ;M.6. -- A- Iieceiving Kia Springs Summer Goods -- THK WIQLLAJIBc e, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Kates Per IMPROVED. Manasor. d Att mtion. rarmers. SteSSl 8 llXm. WT ? JS8 to-da- t$!m ftaj..r ryj-jEBffjfc JMrfJfTlr - ll c e e w-'r- e - niim-b-rl- 4(' MEW FIRM. & Successors - 1 SMeRoberts Higgin s JT home-indorseme- nt s CIOTEI N A HcUobcrls.S'lcuIcrK in Hast-by'- d ."''. FURNISHING GOODS 6ide-trac- k MECKWEAR MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES GROCERY" C- Go to A. A. WARREN'S Good Farm I - For Sale. For Canned Fruits, Vegetables Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Primes, Rice, Piclilcs, Preserves and Jams; and ts ft Farm and Stock. I.i.-Mttr Mid-dlesbor- o, Impl.-mi-nt- uh FARMS & HARDIN, -- plat-Jfor- Small Farm For Sale. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware Queen- Glass- - and Tinware. id I,IT2)F - AMPS. SALT 4 111 -- i i i Farmers, Attention The Old Reliable Jeweler"! ia the Lead. . i n- ""i &40b &$tf!L . A. R. Penny. n Wniciscs and Jewelry r Sale of Lincoln Farm 9th, well-kno- f. g ortv-fiv- e 4-- 5 One-thir- d aO-u- m i:' X . PV - -- t r mmmmttm WtlHMfi i? Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknalJ, Ivy., Skiti.miikk 1 timothy seed nt J. Craig. Kr it SAt.it. B. Foyer's J. fikr desiraMe room for rent. My Tiionn ini)ulitd to me for extras and f nlttu trllt imrtfar it ,.,.,... ....... lit? ,,...... tmvfr J nrlvllll. ..... .,.,,,.,, ,, II. .......V atone. .In Pevnrniuw. Jr. nf-t- Stankord, IC 1SC1 o.walton, uus.MHnnRer MEANS done t A. It. Penny's. I.Nui(i(i hantuiluliy OUSIHpSa. d iirtititlly . If 1ttil titpai'na TViisiitt Madison, while he whs (ttrct't. .1. A. Garpentor. pursuing Ills brothei in (.iatnird county, Havk jut received nuicoHnt of goods was admitted to hail in thu cum of .;.. and in (XX), which ho promptly unvc. and invito my customers to spect them. II. 0. Buplcy. Tiirkk eru2,S00 people at tho LonC a vrnt liouo nnd lot on Inn-cflnt- ur Jnihr I'arfcn, of j VMS 75 j?w w EaS 4si' tll pleased to announce to its patrons the opening of the Fall Season and vites the people of Stanford and vicinity to inspect JLfi 3 Store in- m u is now iwidy. I lease A. H. lVnny. (in unit l il'wl',ry II wi. your watch, clock repaired nt A. It. l'eiiny s. All woik warranted. Kbmkmiirh thatall hilvenvar.'. wntrhep, ring, Ai- , bought nt A. It. IVnny b will lit' engravt d tree oi run rut'. to examine onr now don fair the last day and Fatty was bo nind becuuse thu fdioriir goods, thi timet eoinplt htock we "dor-don- " drfis wouldu t let him set up hm games he have ever hud. Sevemnu A Son. like to have butst n blood vessel. .My diet supply of oysturs will nrrive Cait. J. W. Caiituk whs painfully Saturday, after which I will keep them and hurt by being thrown from the cupola on hum! the roinuinderof this of his caboose, which jumped tho trnck erro in auvHtvlit. It. Ziimuer. on Crooked Hill. His hip was badly PERSONAL POINTS. WllO shot Dlltch bruifted ClCRHO KlNKLBTON, of his tts well ns other portion MikhKw I'iujwiit, of JellerHonville, (ioooh, was taken to Wnynwburg yes- body. terday for examining trial, Oooeh liav-lois with Mitts Lucy Tnto. Mn Jons Vo.nGuinui.n inrited sev about recovered. Since tho shootMrAt.tnTBuifl visiting Rev. Jok Wn.i. end of his friends from town to witness i n Lexington. ing Singleton litis boon in jail. llunfa wim the christening of his live months old Mi8 Kmii.y Ai.Esiimt has returned TitK Bijou Theatre C. will play at daughter, Bettio Anna, Sunday evimln jr. fiom n vndtto relatives in Danville. y Walton'H Opera House, Fdher VotiG'tnaganofneiatednnd n big Mil. John Wiiauton has returned from and Thursday nights. The com supper ami ball followed. in Anderson nd Shol- n visit to fricndi puny wa- to open thu new .Midway opehv. A ski. no stabbed nnd badly wounded ra hotite thin week, but it wns not quite ItoN. 1). II. Kiimuton went to Charles Haines, n brakemnn from this inaugura- completed. f. ,i t yemterduy to nttend the Yr art' invited ... NEW 'ziii stock; Jeans, - Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Clothing, Flannels, Gcsils' Uxsclerwcar, Ladies' UiuIcrMcir, CalicocH, Ladles', Gent' and Children's mats, Carpets, Oil Cloth, g Trunks, Valises. '. ( v In-nrg- t, Wed-noadii- Come - in and examine our prices and ice garaitiee we can save you n ( . Huii.y HtitT. Prof. Ciuorgo A. Yates Mil. II. M. I)oiD9, of the C. S railroad, tie, n well known educator, who conductis visiting his rtilulivu, Judgo W. It. ed the iiiHtltuto in this county several Carson. ywirs ago, had two ribs nnd his right Mn. M) Mil". W. !' 11 if kv havo re I,ex- - arm broken by the kick of a colt he was turned from it visit lo their sons nt bundling on his farm near Covington. inntnii. children, of Mm Jok 1'ai.ikk and Owimi to the absence of important Mo-L iHVilUs aro guest of Mrs. J. 0. witnew es on both sides, tho examining try. trial of W. T. Saunders for the killing of Mk .C. Laikky, after ovpr! weeks Judge F.gbprt was continued till II a. m. . it to old friends, returned to Atlanta Hon. F. F. Bobbitt was added Sindav. to th eouneel for the defense and W. and dutiglttor, Mist Mm. A. J.Sth-B Hansford will HHii.tho prosecution. Ne.iie, of I'lltHbtinc, 1M., am at Mrs. Fivn Days. George Craig, a LJ year-ol- l W'n. WVMi'h. nfllltf-- e Ikv was given live dajs on the rock-pilMk. John Thayi.dk Is eo tartly illinms, anthat b U itiiabw I k.tli rhoutnuUem for whipping Volbrim other colored uicliin. It was aho prov to et nhouU IIoumhs wan down from en that the young nigral tlrew his knife Miis St-noit of iirroM the lKy' throat u fw days, tho tiuius and Oat. searel him almost to death. Mm 1. M. l.aalvy. Mit U. V. Ovn, wlio now tnnfcw his TiiKloteli. Clay KiuUl.iuin, of this Cm.' was burn Sun- -, h in StMtHVllo. plan, held a life inanrauee policy of day rvlutniiip from Umlsvilk. and will ho that ia jooperly ltwk, Aik., Mk 1'. M. HoR, of UtU a abort paid. A dividend of :W per cent, has i. turned home iterday after been wid the stockholders of the late MMl to Ids Mat-- r, Mr. W. I. Taiu. family hav Garrard County Fair, with a lot of lum Mk. F. V. ber on liand Unit will probably ndd ft of Mis. in .ed fiom Itowlniul to one per eenU more to tho profit. lmuastur on lower Main Htreet. C to-da- y. tion. section, on tho Cincinnati Southern, when he attempted to put him of! tho Tho negro was arrested and trniu. claimed that Haines was trying to rob him. From 25 to 0 Cents on the Dollar. GIVEN A)YA xi To each customer who buys ,$20' s worth of goods from us one Fine Rocking Chair. It is not necessary to buy all these goods at the same time. Come in and eb your booh and we will keep accovnit of your purchases. -t Sati'ihiav as Miss Sallle Kubanks was returning from town n bull dog sprntig at her horse nnd tore a big slit in its nose. Mr. Kubanks fears that it was a mad doi: and that lie will lose tho horse, which is a iiood on". Shoot tho doge; they are n nuisance any way von take them. To Tin: Pk v. Deputy Siietitr Joo Ithiuehoart and guards passed on to Frankfort Saturday with Jim Fusoii, white, lo years for rape and two negroes for two and three years respectively for stealing, convicted at tho late term of tho Bell Circuit Court. Owixn to a luitcoiuiectioii in Indiana thu Bijou Theatre Co., failed toget hero in time to play laxt night, ixit a uncage from the advance agent Hiya it will certainly nrrive for the peifnrmauce tonight, when the Little Dtichosa will ho given. Tim Ltrri.K IH'tiiKsfl To'.viuitT. This dispatch win received last oveninc: "Louisville, Aug M. To Walton Bros : Missed connection. Will be thorn at 1:1.1 Tuesday morning and piny thu Little DucheNi that night. John C. Core, Monager Bijou Thoatru Co " THE LOUISVILLE Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. URBANSKV, MANES ATSli GAKKISDI., Managers. STORE Proprietor. T&if&&H& - - m " e .;s. a 45 ii 3& On-har- r&fi&&& J- n iMI AND STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Ssrtfci - . J . Stationary, Semi-Portabl- e 2C-horse $3,-60- 0, sise3 up to power. Uncqnaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Wine i"'r and Portable. All $m 4 m -- e t jBtmit Fiw tlliistrutcd I'amplcts intt your wants to sl'RtN-Ofl- t TIEI2 JAMES LF.FFEI. & CO., NtW NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ORK f ITV I D. OHIO Mrs. M. L. Wells, a Fkkh Lwti-iik- . fejy r? in Mndistiu. , and other relativeH lady of nationnl reputation tis a lecturer, Ukstky and ehildnm, nf- - will nddress the citixens of Stanford nt t Mis UitLt.K v. n month's stay with rolutlvna, ro the Ciiristian church on Monday, Sept. A3KTB OTKW3S3C3SR, turned to Xowbein, Tenn., yewteiday. r. ., on tcinpornnce and the 7th, at A 230 tiomiKY left yvsteiday for principles of the Womans Christian Mis Si-Tin: special train to thu Someiset fair InnJ, near Millelireille, tr rent two other Tompornnco Union. All me reueated next week will leave loxington ench GocU Booinlleld, wlmro slio nnd fi.riSgj l'milege of ecdinc HiH tnll Apply Heminary. T.J ROIUN'sON, Ky. to attend. y.tunir ladies mn n llourildi! day from the Mb to tho 11th at (1:55 a. to ltutonvillo, .lf Hai.i.ki-iHallou returned to Dn. J. m., pawing Danville at 8:10, J miction now carries Tiik night exprFs train, KansRuFaturday, but Mrs. Hallou will Moreland Si.'W, McKinney City at .NOTICKTOTHK.. ..... in with Ids relatives bore hon.o thiee sleepers, one from Charleston, S. S: I'J, Kings Mountain 9 nnd arriving nt remain 0. Tin! southern ronds nro nearly nl Somerset at U: 15 Hid urn leaving Somtime. Mr. John Chan-ways behind and in ooiisn,uuuco the Mmh Best erset nt the clow of thu exhibition. I hie opened in connect.011 with my Hotel, the d train is always late, er, of CnmpbellrtVidle, who have been tickItutcH one fare for tho round-trip- , oh much as six or eight hours. Mixed, MMtMKnt Halo's. Well, went liomo ets good to return till thu l'Jth. The delay yesterday till lO.W, however, (ilna-iroA. . was caused by several cars of a freight Tin: L. & X. is arranging to run n Miw J. M. Hnurr. and hon, of are visltinn her mother, Mrs. N. A. train jumping the track at Pittsburg. cheap excursion over its new lino to thu First-Clas- s Iim Alnhii Tvree. wlio has t..... fare from hero will sen. The round-triAnd offer the eria of it to the public. firnd Gkovk Kk.nnkdy, who wo here Saturbeen her eneat, returned with Iter. be $11. The trains will run Sept. Oth new chicles ami fresh blooded hcrtes make my dty, got after Slieriir Monefee for sendAnd JKWHLRY in tho city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds leaving Louisville at S: 15 i. i., stable compare with Mk. C. I). Wkhii, of tliis olllre, Iiob ing u warrant to Garrard for his son, nnd 7th, comein of Watch, Clock and Jewary repairing. will be good for 10 days. The Best Give metho Country. tone to Paris to take tho leading a call. struck old Mrs. Adams, after thu nnd tickets Chimes of Normandy to who This is the first opportunity to go over dy part in tho I' W. GREF.N, l'roprietor. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs nnd Chemicals at all hours, c iso had been compromised, and used be pro lured nt the theatre during the some pretty severe language to him. tho new mail at n minimum cost and At.. BURNS, Manager. day and night. ' everybody who can, should uvnil them1'UHI.IC Mr. John U. Kiaii, cashier of tho Marshal New land camo along at the selves of it. For tickets nnd sleeping Pmeville Nanking Co., and Jiidcu 0. W. time and seeing the demonstrations ar- car accommodations address W. W. Metealf, n director, were down Saturday rested Mr. Kennedy nnd took him beA., Junction City. enpi-ta- l fore the police judge, who relensed him lVim, T. P. and placed $t,lXX) of tho Inoreiisod ho would go home, on n promise that Mih. P. T. CotitTs, postmnter, hns reof tho bank with citizens jro. Sole Agents for- As Administrator of (Sfofii' Sihoolflr I will sell at public outcry to the huh't bidder, at his late j Miw. It. B.M Alios v ami Marie, after which ho did. He hns been n very ceived n request fiom P. M. General to visit every post oflice in the residence on the 1. alley latin, on (.pending thu summer with Mr. nnd poHcnhlo man for years and his friends nt regret that hu should havo broken over county nnd furnish him with n detailed "3, Mrfl. A. It. l'linny, h'ft for her hoimi Tenn , Friday, necompanud his resolve to live that way the balance nnswer to 10 questions ns to their conColumbia, The lolloping stccV, c , towit: of his life. dition, which he furnishes. This reas far as Louisville by Mr. Tenny. 1 good Mare and Maooii: Owsi.ky of Mr. quest is made of the K)stmnsters nt ench Three good Mules, OrrENHBiM. On thu invitation went nj to Crnb county sent in the U. S., but as it will and Colt, 16 good feeding Hogs, and Nannio Hauejunan J. Ottenhuiiner, of New York, who wns Orchard Splines Friday nlcht, whore the staying nt Crab Orcluird Springs, tho fol- involve a good deal of lime and consid2 good feeding Steers, lirst named will htay somo timo to lowing persons accompanied him, his erable expense, which each postmaster A lot of Corn in the Field aud her atreiiBth. wife nnd Miss Floreneo to tho Swiss will hnvo to pay himself, it is not likely of KrlniiKr, some Farming Implements. Misses S. Fa a Budinoi'", colony In this county, founded by Mr. that it will he generally complied with, and Georgia Kirtloy, of Ludlow, the Ottenheimer, last Friday: .Mr. nnd Mrs unless fear of losing their pluees cuts a 'Hie wulnn ol the deceased u ill offtr for sale a t A ol lloiui'lioM and Kitchen Turniture 1 .riner the art teacher and tho lattor John Buchanan, Mies Joan Buchanan, figure in the matter. y -- All mini under Sio, cash; oer that primary and kinilcrptr-marte- of Crnb Orchard, Mrs. W X, Hnldcmnn, teacher In tho While Miss Myra Owsley, daughter Terms n credit ol i months ith 6 per cent in amount of the Female Col- Mrs. W. B. iliildeman, .Mr. and Mrs. department HUGH SliARGKNT, terest. of Mr. S. K. Owsley, and her friend, Miss Admr Geo. Scliuulcr Guaranteed to be eqiul to any other chilled plow. Ask your neigh-- j lege, arrived yeaterdny. John A. llaldeinan, .Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Lucy Burke, were leturning from church All persons having claims acainit (ieo. Schooler suireiinjt will preietit them to me, properly provon, by bor about it. '1 hey all hkeit. Mr. John (.5. Linn has been Grant and Judge C. K. Kineaid, of LouisHUGH aKARGKNT, lit. pain for several ville, Col. T. P. Hill, Judge W. It. Car- nt Ilubblo Sunday the shaft broke and Ainr. Geo bchooler the most oxcrucintlnl tlm horse becoming eonred by it begun w .lays. About six weeks sinco ho stuck son, Hon. W. II. Milltr, Mr. Horaces. to kick and run. After going u slioit V ' IvrVh A left knee, but it was 'ft a thorn in the PUBLIC SALE Withers, Judge M. C. Saullev nnd Col. distance a curve was rounded and tho hotter, when ho fell and sprained W. G. Welch. The tiny wns very pleas- buggy upset, tho occupants being thrown OK A Pcdcrlli. that knee nnd has been in bed since. antly spent in going over tho colony, to the ground with territic force. Mies I 1'iiok. and Mus. T. M. GooiiKSiniiT which was fouud in n most piosperons Owsley had her left kneo enp knocked .irv-mvKMkai dF- - II1K' left for Frankfort last week to uiakn nnd contented condition. There nro otl'mid her face nnd portions of her body ORB AHDJTOST, " their home, tho professor hnvine. nccopt-o- d about 100 families, ill of whom hnvo badly bruNod nnd is now lying in a prejitrimni amysism lrN cJP!-dw- , frBrwi villlL n oosition lit the ollice of thu superin M l atfi farms nnd they havo certainly made thnt carious condition. Fortunately for Miss r . 2s.i i in' ' ii i rn' t the mansion l.ojte o the premises of public Instruction. Their portion of the country to bloom wlthn tendent escaped unhurt. The buggy si" Repairing neatly and prompt Burke, she friends wish them u pleasant sojourn in beauty thnt one would think It almost was competely demolished. ON TUESDAY, SEP. 15, 1891, ly done. it if h wii ii Tluur crops of corn, tue capital city. incapable of. At 19 o'clock A M., I wll', as (.Aciiifcui hi the : left yoslordny for grapes, fruit-- , vegetables and melons Miss A.nuik Aiavt' Mii-pi.f'a'ucuo'n Mary, daughter of Row 1'. O. &'!heri:r,.t'.,i Z All Ciifton Fori?!, where slio will teacli limare very fine and the wholo section (.iiicrraut, will be marrietl on the ,",d to (Stanford, I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. U She bic in the Femnlo Colleno there. wears nn nir of thiiftimd industry which 1). Clay hilly. coin county, frmitinc mi th L V N R K, it Gil- ami tho betl's Creek MJtiOi , ard ntains MHMaMNMiaHimnH u very ncromplished uiusiciun is pleasing to conteinplete. An elegant J N.MENEFEK A.C SINK Ilubtonvillo correspondont is fortnnato in securinR her. Mis (tinner, wiucn einuriiceu iivocourses unu Our 119 Acres and 11 Pelca of Land. accompanied her ami win which took '21 hours to diocuss, was writes: The farm of SO Flora Hallow and improvements, The land is attend the school. spread nt tho hotel at Ottenheim, tho ncivs in N. K. suburbs of Danville eold The trsct w ill be oifcr-eX.C. jre fairly good is down from Miss Doi.t.u. ' individual property of Mrs. Ottenheim- Saturday afternoon to Mr. George ChestIn three sepaiate parrtl., one of 19 acre, selected .took mil lowest prices in Central Kentucky. poles, at the stutimi, the second of 38 acres and The llustonville, the gueHt of Miss Lucy er nnd kept by Mr. Langrnir, and duly nut, of Louisville, for SKI 010. The the third, on which is the residence of 61 acres. Tate. M ss Dollto will tench nuisic in enjoyed. Tho day was most pleasantly lateiier-- of tho hour at which the Afurtlie tlireo parcels have thus been separately K SASIff, College durum offered the crtire tract l I bo offered as a whole L.U2IIBEK. was oll'ered occasioned a rush, and the bid or bids rejluing the largest price prolltahly spent and Mr. Oltunheim-e- r tho Jessamine Female nnd IMM2tS, ol these trans Imvc tho session, which begins on tho I4.th, was heartily thanked by all present. which resulted in great bargains to most win be anepted All threecounty road an c. leidiii);, d she is thoroughly K. W. bought the a frontage on of lull client S5LINIJS, SIOING, SSIINGLI5S, a mile, to the Stanford & for which position at a distance Tlie writer regrets very much that a purchase. road by theory and practice. farm of 272 acres, miies south Lancaster turnptlso absolute and , without both Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. pressure of business prevented Jiim from Wnrren s l'lic sale will bo being in tho party, so that hu could of Danvillo on tlie llustonville nike, of nt once l'oisi'tiinii for sowtns coin will be given A1T3D "ciTYAmrvicmiTY. to the purchaser, and lull possession on havo written up tho section more thor- Win. Win run for ?0j per ncro. Mr. Leo January 1st, TKUMS01-SAI.K -- One third We carrv .1 full stock of everything found in a Buy your feeding oats of B. K. it W. oughly. Mr. Ottenheitner hns done n proposes nn early retirement to the farm when sale is made, tho remainder in cash in hand twoco.uul from day af sale. and n months great deal for this county ns well ns tho and tho production of bigger com on his Ilonds w.th coed surety hearing 6 per cent. II. Wenrcn. FXR3T-C3uS- S rcolonlsts nnd is justly deserving of tho pnlms than his neighbor, Capt. Bob Lo- terest from day of sale required of purchaser. A Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract on land lor By Wednesday our stock will be praise and thanks hu receives on every gan can show before bo offers for oflicial lien will ho retained KOIlEltTI.. tho I'OKTKU, nil seasonable goods. Severance SINE & MENhbhli, Stanford, Ky. in or building. ukccutoroi inornton : AU. ji promotion by the Alliauco organization. side & Son. is l)ok from n I. 1'. , i8ittoher brothor, lion. D. W. Trlb-1Mit- -. Kecord. tr FOR KENT. w RTSi 7:-(- Farm of . . Acres, llhip-Orai- n c DRTJG&IST Complete Line of School Books, School Supplies, Newest Styles The Si'-'-O, CiiAN-nt.Kitnn- d d TRAVELING, PUBLIC. ntrih-boun- some-timc- H Fancy Stationery and Tatllets. and Purest White Lead and Oils; yee-terda- MYEHS HOUSE, . Ready Paints and .Veal's Carriage Paints; Livery Stable, p - Largest a.nd Handsomest Line of Sil verware, Watches, Clocks -- Sale of Stock, Crop, &c. B. K. & W. H. WEAKEN, -- Wnu-iiinak- er Thursday, Sept. i8r, II Mis-kiMat- re-j-n- in n m 49-t- d H K,.t-ti- ll v E0BT. FS1T2EL, mum wm mn m 1 I j M ffiiJ. S' W V T mtv fi Wm, s , XrlTfem,o,r(!iUV crcerln'il C n j r ktcJ'sxs Fine Watches a Specialty. Worlc Warranted. K$' jpX. tirst-cla- ss fenc-iii- );, Wim-iam- s d 1 Stanford Lumber Yard. het LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, WOVB2SI per-Bonul- ty tit-te- I-- '. condl-ttou- iJ. - W&'Ei S3LAT PENCIL 111 DCXJMBKH STHD. com-plet- o purchase-mone- y ) I ,sr"f 0 w awpfrq.ffitAviW f.3Ati-9- - ft wtyjiy t frr . "- -. "1 'Tf" ilP Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: AT Published Every TueBilny and Fr day tf'J PER YffiAKJX so paid rVhen nU K. S2.CO w;ll e AD1"- "Of CIS charged." - ' u. LOCAL TIME CARD. tt Train unves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning j:ao p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. North South South North North South- Kill train coins " " " Express train " " " Local Freight la Jo pm i34Pn 13 am 47atn The latter trains also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. time is about ao minutes faster - 6soam 517pm Solar For Bilious Attacks heartburn, sick headache, and all disorders of the stomach, liver, and bowels, ", Ayer's Cathartic Pills safost, surest, and most popular arc the ' s family use. medicine for -- Dr J. O. Ayer &, Co. .cwoll, iVIass. iSi-Tl- l Office A. S. PRICE, SURGEON' DENTIST. on Main street, over W. H. McKoberts' Drug Store, Stanford. Ammonia n n Mntlt-- I'onrr. A most successful t"t Jms Ihhmi matlo of the use of nnnnotiia ns a motivo jwwor to displace stcnin. 1 ho test was the hrst that hna ever been made on n marine engine, and the trial wns most satisfactory. An ammonia engine plant hns been fitted out on the tug E. V. Hartley, which made a trip up and down the river, sub-- ! jecting the new .scheme to n practical test. Its workings are novel and inter-- I estini. not only to the mechanical and scientific circles, but also to the laymen of the industrial world. An ordinary engine can bo converted into an ammonia engine simply by the addition of a "generator," which is much like n boiler. Steam is used simply for the purposes of heating tho aipni ammonia in tho generator. The heated ammonia expels n gas, leaving a weak solu- tion of ammonia in the bottom of this boilerlike affair. When, by raising the temperature of the ammonia, sulTlcient power is generated, the throttle valve is opened and the gas passes into the cylin- tier of the engine and propels the piston rod in every way the same as steam. It is here exhausted the same as steam, but at this point the gas is cooled and conducted back to tho generator. Before it reaches tho latter vessel it is car- ried by n "spray coil" to a ioiiit where the gas comes in contact with tho ammonia solution which has been rejected from the generator, and here tho solution is recharged by nbsorptiou and by tho natural afllnity existing between water and 'ammonia. By this means tho same body of is used constantly, exhausting itself only to be recharged with new life nuil to be returned to the generator. The same is true of the water used. The Fteam in tho generator imparts its heat to the ammonia and is thereby condensed and curried luick to the boiler to be used again. In the ammonia engine there is absolutely no waste. Philadelphia Rec ord. n -' inn-mou- ia upon ehanco for their mental pabulum. Few are tho readers who carry with them anything but tho lightest of summer novels books that can be thrown away without regret when finished. Perhaps it is too much to ask that any one not n student should expend much energy in hot weather upon mental improvement. Yet it does weni as though something better might be read than the merely ephemeral novelette. How nmny of the rising generation aro really familiar with the novels of Scott, of Dick-uof Thackeray, of Cooler, of Oeoi-REliot, of Mks Mulook, or with the charming long and short stories by our own American authors? There was a time when the heavy binding and high cost of standards rendered them undesirable books to read in a hammock, but tho recent issue of the works of many of tho best English and American writers in paper covors does away with this objection. Good book, in good typts on good pnper, nt a price that prnctir.dly,puts them within the reach of every one. aro to bo had on every hand, In purchasing an outfit for the dimmer vacation the hammock books should no more be overlooked thnn the hummock itself, but let both be of a kind that will stand wear. Trashy reading provokes a mental dyspepsia akin to the physical malaise produced by a diet of sweetmeats unaccompanied by subsUtn-tials- . Such a course of treatment unfit either mind or body to do tho winter's work, for which strength should lw accumulated during a summer vacation. Hurpor's Bazar. s, THE C, H. ti D. Hook tn Knul In 11 Ilntninnck. people never take books to tho Some Through Car to Mackinaw. the C, country with them. They either feel no t The through she rune, carrrvic aver K4MwnH I a ti aui.l il .llmjail. need for tho strength or relaxation they Cincinnati inMI.L..H and lHlr..it ih1 the liilty Tolwio iniijiu l:,iiu iiuui ri'iiuiii, ur uiey teiy ' ilm of .Mckmc and the N.rthn Lake retorts e -(JJCUlSVlUt MtWAlBAHT CHItASt) R Containing cars these T' has" ben resumed for thf eon ejU Saturday, leave Cincitmsii cery -- veninn TR WALTON, Stanford etmseasy at 100 cmck, arming at .AiacMn.t next evening Ftom "V place nearSun-i- j For rates, tickets, etc . mldrr any -- ., II. V U. C!M'P I old red I'il '""'. ""all llll agent or K O McCormick kentrl passenger and heller, utth while p t in furrheid and kerns tickt jgei,t, Cincinnati, 11. pitching forward I will satisfy any one for her return or for inli notion liitni.htil inr at Crah Bucklcn's Arnloa Salvo P N alton. Slant jr.l W. I' Orchard or t lor cuts, bruises The best stive in the world sores, ulcers, suit rhtnim, fvcr ios, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns ami all sklr. erup lions and positively cures piles, or no pay rexjtttr I Pullman Velibule.l Itotlet Sltepeis an,' P eU. It is guaranteed to eive perfect saUtfacttot , man Huffct Chair Cart on all trains thiKl Price aj .cms svor DO or money rtfunded ( hicao w'thont change. Korsale by A. R. Peutiv, Stanford, Ky. fn via the Mnn and get the llet fi I, money l' r nifnrmalion addrrtt In the corpora'e luniu o KoUnd Happy Hooslora IAS HARK.FR, ;. P. A . C ig Wm. Timtnons, pima.lcrol Idavitk, Indian, W f, IRl Sl, ) I' A.I n i ' II J. l),Ks I'. Rowland. writes, "liltctric Hitters baa dona mort? for me thin all other mrdicln- - tombu.ed, for that j';l IF ARK r.nlNt.. feeling arising from LiOitry and livet trouble., kmaa, of taste plai-eJohn Leslie, farmer and savs: "Fiad Electric Hitters 10 be the host kidlike ne ney and liver wmlii me, made we same man-J. V. Gardner, hardware MIL town, says: 'Klu.tric Hitters isiust the thia for man who is all run down and don't caro vvlseth n er he lives or diea; lie found new atrcngth, r "' SI AN I DU I), R . appetite and felt just like he had a Hew laae on a bottle at A. R. Pbbwv's dtus; hie Only jc store 1 Lot on Main Street in Staniord fob sale: ' 1 e. lAl r? . $o-- I'or Sals Twenty Iliiildln- Iots t. t . , ftl " PORTMAN HOUSE Ohthwest, Louisville 1 it' JOSKPXI COFI?X2Y, I Pro'r. Dr. KiNg's New Piacsnerr for Conuription, Coughs ami Colds proved to be thai beat remedy Reports from many who used it confirm this state ment I htw wertv not only quickly relieved, but left no bad after reuli. We ask vou the a trial an we xuuntiitec tnat to give this ieine.lv will b ati.rird iih icill.. or the porchaac jim price will be c.uudsol. It hat no ecUl m I a Grippa, or any Throat, Cheat er Luns; trouble Trial bottles tree at A R. Penny's Drug Store Large holtlcs. ;oc ami $1. di-e1 Hurinst the epidemic of Im liiiprte La Grippe Again. lat toii In my hi. II ttl, ren,vnlcd and refurnished. i Bow chvre nd I intend tn condui it Mast" not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long li .1 ol fnnd .penal accommodaand fine rooms for tions for 1 mimercinl traveler the tilsploy of sampk-- t, 1 -- NatHviuc n. I R. to the line ir )ou, as lit A 3T-- tf First-Clas- s Saloon P'OL ROOM attached. JOSKPII COFFUY Double Daily Trains M ik And MILLIARD anJ close ronuc, ttaa at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THKOl'llll I THE When Ikrty was slelc, wo care lier Catrk. When ulie was a Clill J, Rlio criiil for Cnstorl 1. Wlien slip became 511m, he clung to Cutorl. When slio had Chi! 'rvn, sho iva thorn Ci.itorli. RLLKY F. U. MOUSE, I "r all points U KITS SOLD. KAOl.AOr, CI1ICKKI) HIK 1 M London, I niLEY. Proprietor, - - - Kentucky. iblic or an ' I I'rW itif rintl A I M n I - U PI NN I, Mill l,ii' M. I r i ire r f K v I a- K" It that Tile IMi'twelts In London. may lie interesting to some to hear the Edelweiss can be cultivated in ptuparid than ever to accommodate the j. Wood Livery attached and every ronvriMCuc sired. Oive'meacall. 7; have moved to my new Hotel and am beltei ( l K df FRANK KII.KY. lUEIfeajSiFf if ?!2&G) s?tS-rMs- a .-- Ojfl A Narrow INctipp. li. rushed into Macoupin station, Macoupin county, on the Chicago nnd Alton, the engineer saw at a distance what he supDENTIST. Portman House, posed was a white dog on the track, but Office on Main street, when nearly on it what was his horror to Fuo stairs. Nitrous Oxide las given lor psiniesi discover that it was a little child about ?X,r",inKSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. four years old playing in the center of the track. Reversing his engine and putTHE SHELTON HOUSE, ting on the airbrakes, he endeavored to stop in time to save tho little one. In tho D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, meantime the child, who was apparently down on its hands and knees, looked up - and saw the huge monster almost upon it. Terrified, tho little one did the bet it accommodations at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Sample room and good livery could. Instead cf attempting t rise nnd in connection. run it crouched down flat and hid its head close to the ground. Tho engine and one car passed over it before tho about train was stepped, and on taking tho Situated in a bexutlful valley on Dix River, road child out it was fonnd that with the exy miles east of Stanford, near the county ception of three fingers of one hand leading from Cohen to the Stanford and pike, will be open for those seeking a quicut off nt the ends it was otherwise Resort. t. pleasant und healthful Summer Tho engineer, Barker, was accommodations will be furnished to guets uninjured. and.s the Springs have been Y' 'en"LJ'"i' to unstrung by the nccident that ho re ... ,l. rir.M!ililp .,..,1.1,,, ny amu.emonts iii to dancing, boating, fishing, tired to u car while his fireman was run- ,. ..:.. , Carriages will meejsu".. .."...-."- llh a ..,,. tc. t Mas&t,,i ,ro.l! notified The season ot 1B01 will open can be Brighton. Hillsboro (111.) Journal. for board r:nn,l Plnilc lune 10. Terms ,R. C. MORGAN, opp-mt- D. D. S. One moaning as tho accommodation e Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. s COOK'S SPKXISTGS Preach-'ersvlll- e 1k-in- g First-cla- ss i - 1 had by addressing Mule's Kje Out. is a very orumary iimig to near 01 it tlO. hailstones breaking window glass and FSnnGFS DanK& stripping trees aim piums, uiu u, lsn 1 OF STANFORD, KY., every naustono tn.it can Knock out organised and ready for business with mule's eye. A colored man named Ed Is now fully Johnson, who farms about five miles up Capital of - - $200,000. north of the city, was in town with a Paid 15,000. lot of produce. His wagon was druwr. Snrplus, . - - - by n mule, and 0110 of tho mule'd eyes was knocked out. A stream of wnter SUCCESSOR toJHK LINCOLN NATIONAL constantly trickling from the socket in- DleW V dicnted that the injury was of recent ocJohnson said that one day I Now closing up) with- the same assets and under currence. limu"SiVi" tho eye was knocked out by a hailstone. TJy provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as Vullv protected as aie depositors in National He was plowing in a field when a sudden an. .At its shareholders being neiu individually storm came up. Ho unhitched tho liiulo stock; amount ,....i...k.,i,ninl!hf thereof, in of their to the so as to hurry to addition shelter and gave the at the par value Amount invested in such shares. It may act as bridle rein a jerk. Tho mulo threw up executor, administrator, trustee, 4c, as fully as its head, und as did so a big hailstone to 'Tothowho entrusted their buisines,Wank u. plunked it in theiteye and destroyed the o while mnaging the Lincoln National Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks ana eyeball. Charlotte 2J. C.) Xews. Hull Knocks .1 aj J P COOK, Pror., Staniord, Ry i rnSl 11 London. Last August a friend who lives near Belfast gave mo a small plant with ono bloom, raised by himself from seed. The uirectinnsg'veH with it I IV Oi,r Yon tlf it in the corner of your garden, tiUleh luBiirrfi .";fi to it requires no siiecial care." Xir oj Jofirr uiiW ( lll. Unhappily, London gunlens aro the hunting grounds for innumerable cat-- , FRIEND" so I placed my treasure, for such JloKi vnflumrni f lit deemed it, on the sill of my drawing i'liia, Murror nnil JSltk. room window, aspect southeast, and Afternalngoii.'lnltle.if "MiUlif"r' I'rlHil" t there, through tho dismal sniiletM win- tufl-- l but luiif i..i. and Ui ucM extiwiestoe that dow, now buried deep in snuvv, now wtiki-ttrrarvi uual lo sooli cases. Mrs. AM tiia. ljnar. -. Jan. IJtb. 101. fiozen hard, the Alpine stranger tv Pent fir extirt-- s, ctaree prepaal. mi receiptor niained, always reported dead by all price, S 1.30 r tlw. I) A Ui )I.Mhmialll fret. ijiiaiu'iivLU xt::t;is,AToic en., who taw it, but toward the end of March ATLANTA, CJA. life showed itself, and now it is a large, iISTI 9PUI IlV ALL healthy plant, with 'five lovely blooms, f HKs' ' A" excsHt Farm Cn t Q I u, the admiration of all who see it. r U D O A Li F hi y Improved. 105 acres, on Surely, if this fair flower from the pike, i miles fr ! lej ,( Mil us ti Os.iri lovely mountain air of Switzerland can thrive in the smoky, sooty atmosphere of London, onr climate is not so lmd as some would say. Cor. London StandNotice is hereby given to wImmsi it my concern ard. that I viill protCAHie allparsues gwlliy of kuaiU, ttvaritg down friscta er in any ott.tr naiMr my "Tim .Minns Ki'ilit Simps." MRS lAg oh tkrm. KM.MAJ. ilAI.LAHD "I make from two to tree dolla' day," Crab Orchard, K' said an Italian bootblack with two chairs under tho Elevated stairs. "Bisna no good. Xo good Insta yeah. Fou I maka tree, fo fiva and sometimes sixa dolla' day." "Whnt's the reason business is not so Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, good now:" corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter "Harda times, reda shoes and pntu burns, dew poison and bruises Wherever it has lentha shoes; too many menu iu bisua. been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its propensity lor removing soreness is remarks My boata ciistama no nior blacka shoes. ble. Numerous testimonial will be secured and will Weara reda an' pata leatha shoes. See3 and appear in this space at a later date. Made sold by Lasta yea, dis yea, same. I paya man r J. II. JUGGINS, Stanford, Ky. dolla' day lielpa, an' boarda him. Maka Voung Hs?i!e?s2 !, A "WARlTIaSra. Peisntx are hereby rerbid.lea 10 Ash n mv Ule. U'eet of Wayoetbavt, under the pens. bet ptesenbod tW titck mwist a IV!S fl.'.'l.l .afswltitaV, ;i vn7 r.r'irriwr.i S.".W."I lliTj.uii X 1, 'ua wen-"Lea- ve mtle so-j- m mil JAMTs 1 "mOTHER'S MvtHOHllik. Kv $nZ 9wsmssmio W'fa?jmT&WU AuwSs 5W&$d8&M aWsarnw. IGS!, We vi ICE Ky. .a t. 1 -- , I Makn.g dirn St. Lou t ii, r t. M- t' -- tilicr ice racb it omlng filoivft Under 50 Pounds li cents, over 50 and undor 100 1 cent, over 100 ifs of a cent. ill - t i. it, (rnilli I'tic It for int.,, l. lelioil, Mi luk.'i - P U. - New York, WhlnglHi, Qjicl.vt tiate Kichmoed, tn i,iliana,,li- inJ thf Writ New I l inaila. I l.veUn-l- llu, k tf i F. ELKLN.& CO., or Stanford, Quit Levi line tf IKl.lMA liar,, dsburg, Ha!timor Hoston, I'h' a 'cU l n' ' Shurfst I rankfi-r- '! hi ta, frets-patti- it-- t. 0& ' VVI-t- .. Lsati'N siw mmmn m rt f "r . , ' I i rtatfJr. J $3 ::, I'f IV 1 iam, bagtajt cars, smoking srs ." d tht.,, gh wit Coa.be, Pullman rud ir out chantfc via I hattan oga, HiraniMgham, Mer J Un making direct conoe lions en route I r Kn . ville, Ashtvilki, Lynckburgaad puinit in tr S.-li- d , i ,. 1 I amaVCaTi'V tin. Cliarlttl-xiIlrunvwi, I ! At Chaltano'ca for Avlanla, Columbus, Hi iniag . lac(,n. Hajnrri. Auauvta, k, 1 ake City. I hmaille t,nt l.Oltl DA lmiiits I h i.uly Ime running solid trains with ihoi-Pull ntn fStudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars lo la k sJv-- 4t S&riiife,4JlsasaaaaaaV'aflli!"' iZJa-PPlfc - sonviile wiiltout change tor any cla.iofi assen or girt In, ragaaM'inltom.ry. Hunttvillr. Dr atur. St a and ti rcn e Memphis and Alt KANSAS points and quu kel lo Annislie .Se'ma, Ma Duct c niii lions mauV at NI.W t)R. '1'' ANN I I without ontiiibus tiansfi'i for l,lvet?n j.oS-iy- no "What did you do before you came to this country'-" mon" DR. W. B. PENNY, xP' lOl rTlvl-av,w.Jiir-LiL- ft.Jfc ' SdL i -- -- -. 1 11C My man ho farina, my son he farina. Farina no good, Italy. I Office South side Main street, in olrice recenll) maka dolla week. S.icro!" New York vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky, "I farina. Dentist. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. niy ihrouth line t" lt kson and ktburg, nne, lions Ms Si ti v; rt I 1 , Jung iiitut t ,riUciih, wiili,, tumui'iii Irnsirr f r Dallis A ,stin Sir Vht'nin I t I'arn an,! puinisiu TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. The 11 Herald. I)U. L. II. COOK, Excursions. rust they wilt continue to transact tneir uui.nB attenwith us, offering as a guarantee for prompt tn tion to same, our twenty years, experienceconas are banking and as liberal accommodations sistent with sound banking. J J. Williams, S.J. Mt. Vernon; director: ) Embry, Stanford ; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mlltedgeville; J. K.llaughman, Hustenville; J. F. Cash, Stanford ; William Gooch, Stanford. Ky. Presidcut. S. 11. Shanks, J R. Owsley, Cashier W. M. Bright, Teller. H.llituhmuo, General Ho. Keeper. J.M. Hall. Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stunford; J. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY Strong J'lcctilc Shock. A startling electrical display occurred in front of a stoie on Pearl street, Albany, one evening. A boy caught hold of tho iron hoisting bar of the awning and tried to raise himsolf up in ordor to look into the window. There is an electric light in front, and the iron framo of the awning became connected with it. In an instant flashes of electricity flew out of the boy's feet with detonations like a pack of crackers. He was completely charged with tho fluid nnd could not let go his hold. A bystander caught hold of him and pulled him away, but iu doing so received a shock himself and was knocked into tho street. Tho boy was dazed nnd stunned, but was soon A SM,"o0 'tfS; passed through him was about !i,500. Chicago Herald. Illlniils Doiul. John Lohinan, tho tallest man in the I G,500 state, died in Tazewell county recently the fact Attention of the public is invited to Stanford, after a brief sickness, aged seventy-fiv- e Hank n tho inly that this Is proisloiis National National Uank Act. yeara. Mr. Lohman was raised in North of the tinder the are cured not only by the capiui Carolina, and "had to stand on his toes by the stockholders' liability tor an to see the sun shino over the great hills of to amount equal to the stock, by athat depositors fund of $400,000 there in the morning." This is what ho institution are secured bank v tie sworn statements ofthecondttion of the used to tell inquisitive people who asked the Luited States JV,TniJe each year to ' ittaets are examined at stated times what made him so tall, he being 0 ft. 9 in. fclcovernroent agents, thus securing additional in liia stockiugs. Carthage (Ills.) Record. Tim Tullt'Kt .tlmi III Capital Stock Surplus S200,000 The Queen & Crescent announces low excursion rates as follows: Reduced rates on the certificate plan to Louis- lite on account of the Grand Lodge K, of P. on Sept. 13 to iS. One fare Sept. iC to 19 from Pine Knob north to Lexington on account of colored Fair Cheap rales Sept. 11 to so to Somctut on account of the colored Camp Meeting. Reduced rates will be made to Paris, on account ol the Fair, Sept. 1st to 5th, by the (Jursn ,V Crescent route from staticns 111 Kentucky. Also by all agents Louisvill Southern R R. To the Somerset Fair from all ststions between Lexington and Oakdale und on lli Louisville Southern from Shelbyville and stations east thereOne tare for of Sept. 8 to it, good to return till the round tilp. To Cincinnati from Aug. 34 to Oct 3 from Somerset and stations north anil bet. JeflTersontown and other stations east on the Louisville Southern on account of the Latonia Races and Last Dai of Pompei. Specials rates and special trains are announced from Junction City north for Aug. 19, Merchant Stakes; Sept. 3, Maiden Stakes, Sept io, Newport Mukes and Sept 17 Clifton Stakes, Parties Koing on the above dates can attend both the races, and the gieat Spectacular exhibition This is tho only line running trains direct lo exhibition grounds. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, e STANFORD, KY. Ofliceover McRoberts' Drugstore Residence James II. O ens' property at the Junction ot ico-oand Danville pikes. Having removed my Ilaibei Shop to the Com merclnl Hotel, am pibpatrd to a imnn,dtte la dies at well as gentlemen In anything 1'iey may tilth m mv line, Children als waited on tall HOMPSdN', JFS-vmi me It.C'ctnmtt' lal Hotel. 1 1 Kr hr,uigha! rates Ag--irre, t c ,unly maps and It., on at luiitin I iiv, Ky inform or address MtVNKU WUOI LEV. Trav Pass Agt , Lexington. Kv I) Mil I D . IDWAKDS, U P. ,V T A., Ira Maua-.ti-1nt Ciniimaii O Kentucky GentralR.R. "JIl.tMC GUARS ItOV'ViC." OLD ST. ROUTE ,"E D. DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, KKNTUCKV Newport News.V Mississippi Valley Co Solid Vestiliulecl Trains to Homoopnthlc Physician, STANFORD, Ollicc Hours: to to 12 a. .; 1 to 9 p. in Olhce on Lancaster streut.oppoilte r Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, Tho Shortunt and Qulckont Routu from Cuntrnl Kontucky to nil polntts North EiiBt, Wont nntl South-Wor- n Faa ' LInobotwuou Loxlnton nnd Clnclti-nntTIlKOl'tiJI TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID JELI.IC. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT Ne I. South-Hounj l. MAY j court-hous- Southeast. p. w.j I lo All points Last and one night Only out Iron, Lealngloa, Corrected Tune Card in Kftct Ma 18, ilol. iu,iai N, I 1 No. ! j in in m 1 3 Ex. Sun. Daily s V TA22SJ3 A 1 tax-pay- JOiiHt KoiiikI. am, Fast Mail leaves daily at ; I ! Winchester S j Mt Lcilngton w.lillve Hill 10 411 I Nlwrflng j, Avhlaml 12 15 pm, Catlettsburg u (, .irrlvlng at 1.1.50 TO TAX-PVERS OF LINCOLN COl'N-T- Huntington Exprotvpm luavas Lexington daily at 6 11 l.unltnl I am prepared tocollect jou taxes for llyi pm, Winchester 700 .Ml Sterling 7 ,t, Olnc Hill lor it districts. have school tux 10 collect 10 4j, arriving at I hope q t,, AthlaiMl 10 jo CallelUburg Come prepired to pay all at one time will try lo bo first to settle Huntington at ti 0711m that every daily, pjeept Sunday, leaves M with me or one of my deputies viz Richard Lexington ai 5 45 pm, 'in hosier 7 10, Mt. SterNcwland, Samuel . Menefee. Hill 10 pm. J. N Ml'NEFKK. Co. ling 7 4 J. arriving at Oliveevceptat Sunday, leavot Accommodation, dailv SherifTof Linco'n 34.4m Lexington at 11 man, Vlnchusler 1110 pm, Ml Sterling os pin Dally leave Olive Mill (I am1 Ashland ,5 am, CatUuUhing 9 0.4, arrives Hunt ington 9 75 am. TAvSZES Air Pans Arr L.smgioii Lve Cincinnati ... I.ve Covington.... Lve Falmouth.-.- .. u u 1 8 10 8 18 0 4 lb 10 Y Lve Paris... ."...." ti tj Arr Withoter. u 10 Arr lUcbmeiid.... 35 Arr Lancaster.... 4 43 1 m pm Arr Stanford.. . Lve Richmond ... 35 p in Arr l.lvington.... 313 p in Lve Mnldletlvoro 7 13 p in . 1 North-Hound. a m a on p am 8 oi p a in y ii p a m 10 93 p p rn'n 00 p a m p m p m P m m in 2" P ra '"5 m "5 7 p ,a i IJ'pn " P tn n oft p ra " n ,. j 1 No. 4. 6 No. j. No. r LIME AND BRICK. Sbut t govern-..Vnta- nd j will deliver Lime ut as Cents a Ilushel in Lancaster, Stanford and the neighborhood. 1 will also luad on car at Crab Orchard, Uncle adopted the cavh system of We have (mm) me a chance. goods at Rowland. For the bene lit of all who at 73 cents a hundred, FRED KRl'EGF.R, Crab Orchard. aif.ni will pay spot cuh for what they want vvc will sell iO pounds Granulated Sugar Icr f i, Arbucklc Coffee i cents and all other goods in our line reasonably low. We ask one and all to come with EC. Very rcvpectfully, the lucre. HIL1-O& McPHKRSON. -t Dealer Iu Foreign ,V Domestic A. 6. Lanham J jhn I). Castleman. For Cash. Only, to-d- 1 sell-in- tf 5,-a- .. freight cars passed over fi ve-- 1 2Sal?.r?UnS3a.hashad pra. .litter unu.ter-S- d year-ol- d Eddie Quinther at East Buffalo, I. supplied eVutcnceof pa years It is a iw tacilitle for transacting business prompt but, strange to say, his only injury V.iJrallv than ever befne in its long and slight cut on the head. He was stauding f fidu-ly Accounts of corporations, We career Individuals respectfully sohc- - on the track nnd was struck by tho train, which was drawn by a switch engine. It ot eThe Directory of this Hank u corniced having no cowcatcher, ho was pushed beofStaliford; neath tiio standing board and lay in the TI Foster,Reid. Lincoln county ; Krestus center of tho track while tho entire train j.W.llayden. Stanford; passed over him. Buffalo Times. Baughman, Lincoln; 'el,e.orEaniedasthe tirst 1 . V..SI Hank of Staniord in 1858, then Hank ol Stanford 111 i ' A Cloxo Thirty-si- x iws and National Hank of I j Cnll. ROYAL nstipanee Company, OF LIVERPOOL. o. Ashland 150, Olive Hill did, Catletltburg 301, Mt.stcilitig 4 ,lt, Wincbcaltr4 58 and arrives i.evingicu at jo pm til tcconimodatioti, dally exeept Sunday, leaves inchesitr Olive Hill 4 am. Mt. .Sterling 6 $. 7 15 and arrives nt Lexington at s 05 am. Accomnodatlon dally leaves Huntington nt 6 3s pm, Citlelisburg 657. Ashland 7 10 and arrives at Olive HillS 55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt ,5 and arrives a Sterling at o pm, Winchester Lexington at t 43 pm. Semi & Ackcrman's and Milwaukee buttled Limited Vestibuled Express runs daily and f.as beer, 314 East Jefferson street, bet Floyd and Vestibuled lluffet Sleepers between LouPreston, LOUISVILLE, KY. Steam bottled I'ullmanLexington, Washington, New York and beer, warranted to keep six months My goods isville, is made part of the will be found at the Portman House t.iloou and Old Point Comfort. This tram celebrated i 6m at Ferrill llros' , Rowland. 1 I.ve 'iwt",3loiiiiil. Arr Fast Mail leaves Huntington dully at f no am, Callvttsbtirg 0 $, Ashland t 37, Olive, Hill I to. Mt I.ve Lve Sterling 1037, Winchester 11 05 and arrives Arr at it 05 pm. i.imlteil l.xnrc'is leaves Huniinifton daily at so I.ve Lux-Ingt 1 FLEXNBH, WINKS AND ULOUORS, 1 1 &. I t I f ST AW.COLLEGE of KENTUCKY. f ri L li S H. VeTnons M. J. Ml,,cr, S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. llocker Stanford; C. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; V, O. Welch, Stanford. W I'.Tate, Stacford -- . S. JoliaJ. AA.MKtay,,A.itantCashler -- OFFICERS HocVer, President; tfRUM. Caihier y' 5 vl - Dear Illto. An attempt was recently mnde at San Francisco to smuggle $50,000 worth of opium through the custom house, concealed inside of bananas. A custom house officer saw a particularly fino looking bunch and thought he would try one, when ho discovered, at tho first bite, the trick that put $23,000 into hii pocket. Jorual do Comercio. A BA11BEE &CASTLEMAN Agricultural, Scientific, MANAGERS, 26 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. Jingi-neerln- y, Classical, Academic, Commercial Commerce Building, Louisville. and Military Courses of Study. School, Agents throughout the South. Xormal COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED Fall term begins NrptriiiberStb, IHOI. .Hoard in dormitory fijier week: In private families ft.W to l. For Catalogue address JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D LexligtiHi, Ky, FREE OF TUITION. East of Huntington on the C. .V O. Route daily except Stindav Fast Mail Trains runHuntington. Make direct Lexington and Huntington with C .VO.;nt Ash connection at at Winchester with K C R laudwuhS. V.R.J bound, and at Lexington with R. north and south P. Railroads. I. & N . I. S. and C, N. (J. I vxtngton and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to und from K. C points and at Lextnglor. with L. & N. R, R for Louisville. Lexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation makes runs daily except Sunday, and from direct Mlddlesbor. Winchester to and nugh and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. Ily. for Louisvillel'or full information in regard to rates, routes. Ac , apply to any agent of thia or connecting lines A-. - F. F. V. Livingston... 11 15 a m a e Richmond.. it 46 a in Jf Stanford j"" J 700 a in Lancaster . 7 30 a in Richmond. .. 10 15 a in .7" Richmond... it 46 p m 6 03 a in' Arr Winchester.. 40 p in 6 35 a ml Arr Pant 33 p m 7 45 a hi'm............. I.ve Leiiugton ... 00 p m 7 00 a tn 3 43 p m Lve ans. p m ,43 p mi 7 53 a Lve Falmouth... 4 10 p m 9 23 a ni, 4 sS p m m 5 30 Arr Covington. ... 5 40 p m'10 49 a m o ,7 p in Arr Cincinnati . . 3 50 p m 10 55 am 6 45. p m On theMaysvillc llranch. No in. Pins .1 "MS. nni .and No. it, at 613, p m, arriving at Maysvilleat 1010, am, and 830, p m. No. , leaves Maysville at 3 jo a m, arriving at Pans ai 7 40, a in. No. 11 leaves Maysville at 150 and arrives at Pans at 4 10, p m. These trains are uaiiy caccpi unuay. No 1, daily 10 all pointt except Rowland Dtvit. ion, which isdaily except Sundav. No. runs dally from xing.on to Cincinnati No, a runs daily , . - r .. . V.. j ..1 iuiii U.111J- irom an stations except trie Rowland Division, which is dally except Sunday-No- . 3 daily except Sunday. No 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington No 4j Pans and Lexington Accommodation daily. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Paris . V;-1 1 I.ve Middtesboro jl 1 in SB0 Iv, ... W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Aofont, STANFORD. KY No S Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinnati 5:10pm. Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m daily except Sunday, No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 600 a in. Arrives Cm. cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. No. 3 and 6 make connections at Winchester for points on thfajN. N. A M. V. R'y, E. D. No. 1 carries through cars from Cincinnatito Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all in termediate stations nnd runs daily. W. L M UNSON, Trav. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. S.K KNOTT, C C. L. IIROWN, rH E. HUNTINGTON, Traftic Manager. Cen, Pass. Agl. G P A, V.P.mndO M, Genoa! office, Louisville, Ky. Lexington, Ky. S. F. R. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agi.. - sir RBNFX W. S. HARRISON. G.M.,LexiugtuD,Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Kyi, Ollicc Chamber ot Commerce Building, Cincinuaf 10:45 A '