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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891090401 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. fu wwW?- - ?P& wmimMHMM lijifgWil, Ji I WW Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. SAUNDERS HELD. staid; saw several men biding Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1891. NO. 53 in stalls to run thin I will go home. Eabert said, HUSTONVILLE. nnd got in one himself. you are a d n fool. Saunders etopped r armors nro rushing Dave Payne: .Saw Egbert 15 minutes several steps back and fired two shotp. for wheat nnd tho next crop will after he was shot. Ho had no weapons Hefore thii Saundora said if you don't mi HiuiuBi unpreceuentediy inrgo ncre-- 1 The Examining Court Does Not on his person. Helped to drees liiin. go away I will oither Bhoot nr hit you.; J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. age in this end. Think tho Killing of Judge nti-- j Dm. Pettus haw Egbert before he Don't recall which. Couldn't boo The Arctic wavo has driven our, ScHsion Egbert Justifiable, died. Fatal wound in neck. Saw no tilde of Egbert'ri hands. Saunders came pilgrims 1S91. home owns on his pcivon. Heard Egbnit'ont first and Egbert followed. Two and Suspendedfrom the various renrt. l'ull eerp t Conserv.itory and Normal Ihe Watermelon traf'c, ch'oI tea.iier. Suponor co irw in Lilvnture. Muiie nd close together. Saw Egbert! Hud And Holds tho Prisoner In uinko no faUteiuent. Egbert heard Sunn-- shots firedshot oloso tOKether. Known which IS here incompatible With b!g 'Art. Excellent boardin 1lep.1r1rr.1nr. CatHloques and crc.ilir lurnt.lr i ..n ipplicntion ders complain of as Irving to when S. - ' backlogs nnd last year's over coats. Hoavy Bond. usurp his Authority. SiM had Saunders four years and known Egbert Our public school token ti two or Hire imm nutl lined several years. Think Egbert an irritable Monday next, Sept. 7th, Tho ToB'iraony o Pieaond by tbfin and knocked him out of his fee. man, drank at times. Saw him under agcinerit of Miss Kittio Both SldM. More irritable ....A.....t:ni Said it In nuit manner, however. I inllueuce many times. common-scjioo- l teacher 111 Heard he was the the l'nite.1 have stated that I femod trouble between when drinking. States, not one excepted. H. V. RLAKI2MAN, days ter the two, rMWh had complained of the gnmeet man in U. O. I considered him lli!Uii.v;,000.-Thht- etn Squire Adams' new well of nearly j dangerous man. Don't know that ho 100 foot the killing of Judgo Kwit, the exam- yhvrt was an a ,liy p,,.,,,. depth, persists in yielding a inlng trial of Marshal , W. T. Saunders excitable nmn and very plain spoken was drinking day of UilliiiL. The record of the Slanford MlAcaJinv for thoroujh work, hHsenm tha paJ, ecptlonat!y Halt Olid SlllldlUr mixtllic lerui'Mimit tn po.Kj.and we onld atture its and friend that n; pain will be spirod to maiutaiu it farmer wan at hut had Tuesday, nnl resulted in wlt, UiImWIwr. Was in C. 0. nt CoNath Woodcock: Don't know whether the thirstiest buHock, and in aggro- - hijfh standurd. IiIh haltl In SO.O0O lmll. .luUv Vr- - M. aH ,hjIlkjK Hl time of killing ver's stable. In social conversation l1le "H"."' HHd)"ilt Ineliide atl hraach" nciary to prepart far the Frchman clan In Col- .U10H 01 liia lnr.l l..ol. one Of l.!o favor- - leg, and at the line time will be arranvedf. m,t tn wantW iho.e neeiilnirn fifit elm Enjlljh gave me tiic lie. I struck him. non remarking that il ho did not know s,,,,,,.,,, jg ft f,.0i,i umil crvous t pigs "stole n march" on thu butter. "c""1- '"or thow who bikv denrc to fit themxiivvi for b'jiluit, a pcial aoorie In arithnwlc and book kwplnz will be out. told me ho would have to arprisoner's tliimiclal eondltiou ho hn, Bjrt.reil from enlarged Saunders milk jar recently and was fished out a1 The fall wilt open TUESDAY, SEPT. 1ST, and it iepcUiij-lilrjWthit all pupiU be pr would hnvo placed it ut S10.000. Not liver and ban had iitdientloiis of twralv- - rest me. I told him about going to too fat subject for ,haldl'anatomists scalpel j1'"1"" bonds-uio- n, being ahlo nt tho tiino to prosent tkbms: 8i. alo heart trouble Hubert whs ac- Lancaster to testify next day and to LUIIim. (For five monthi, payable quarterly tn advance, with roainbl deduction for pratracted lickness.) me would keep me away. I apoloSaunders wns lodged in Jail. It ii tive man and two much for Snundeis. HedltCtioil Of the surplus having for' Primary Ieprtoient .$u.so said that IiIm friends will make the bond Department Mrs. Eglwrt: Was homo night of gized to Gilkerson and we compromised. some time been the principal poiicv of .7.50 Cla$ical Department fow days. Wo believe that if ho tho shooting. Hoard tho noise at tho Egbert camo over and slid he wanted most 11.50 in h notorious bodies nnd 1.00 had been sut to jail in the llrst place, stable. eould not sleep and tlio fiim racket stopped. He told mo to appear many bank cashiers, our citv fathers ilici.ieml Kee ' '""'' - instead of being permitted to go prac- continued for an hour before my at his office. Saunders remarked, if you have had the street clearing brigades in tically free, il would h:iv boon im.ch wont over to see what tho troublu are going to run this thing I'll leave. full force for several days and the cos-- , is nothing more was. My himlmud was not drinking Egbert said, yea I'm going to run it nnd better for him. Thcro mopolitan visitor would now sooner bus- - iLjb exasperating to tho frixuds of tho slain and hud not been for some time. nint afraid of you. Saunders went out pect the boulevards of IMris of having ' m.ui than to see the ono who has done J. H. Haileyi Never heard Saunders and Egbert followed. I then went back been a hot bed of crab grass and mul-LANCASTER, tho bloody work, allowed his freedom. complain of Egbert, but did hear him in the stable office. In a few seconds lein Btnlks than ' tho thoroughfares of - Hay ho (Kgbert) had given writs to nth-th- tho shots were fired. I was in the office and nothing bo ipiickly induces sympaOPENS SEPT. S. Hoarding department for ladies Hustonville. as his immediate incarceration mid L,r8 t0 servo when they shouM:hae with Lee, but could not bgo tho shootEleven Specialists. Mr. Jack Kirchner, of Covington, only. Instruction for both ladies and gentlemen. nshow at least of helplessness and aor,t.t, Kjvcn t0 ,jm,Viich out him, out ing. I hail Lee by the arm nnd remarkFive Diploma Courses Classical, Scientific, English, Commercial chief clerk in master mechanic's oilice of row for the act. of tho fees. Never know that ill feeling ed this is n terrible thing. I was drinkPiano, Vocal and Violin Culture, directed by Prof. Ratho L. it N., has been spending a plena- - and Musical. G. V. Lee was the first witnoss colled existed. Hubert elerked for me tl or 7 ing, but not drunk. That day 1 had nnt outing here with his friend, Will phael Kocstcr, from the Roval Conservatory, Berlin, Germany, with He is barkeep-- , m0tie, for tho Commonwealth. ' uaV(. heard of bis being drank blackberry cordial irostly. I did Huflmnn, of tho Terms as reasonable as any same department We e'"nt years' experience as a director. whn-isaloon ocuit (jimrrol.ouitf when drinking..' Never not boo Walter IMmiston. Lee was in congratulate or for Curtis Gover, Will on becoming on of the school ot like cnaracter. for catalogue or otner miormation, address pies ono side of the entrance to hW Hv- - ,mTil of his carrying a pistol. He did the room and I had hold of his arm. Wo important figures of J.1C. CORDON, E. S., Pros., Ky. that oilice. Miss try stable at Crab Orchard. On tho j,v 0t. (rolll ',,. w(tl i,e dirked, wero not talking unusually loud. Gil- Mary Adams has returned home after a night of tho killing Nath Woodcock, wj,'ich was scvornllyears ago, but when kerson said if I said I was in the war I V2 month's visit to Texas. Miss Mollie Jimlidkerson, Mr. Fife, Tom IVuuh be ouit husold it back to inu. wasnd n liar. Didn't think we were Adams, of liolivnr, Tenn., arrived last R JJiJfr6. and the prisoner ware in the saloon. I. A. Stephenson: Heard Saunders disturbing any one. Friday at her uncle's, 'Squire L. D. drink- sny Egbert did not like bim about three Dr. Carpenter: Knew Saunders; visit- Adams. Mr. Thomas Tho two tlrst turned, who were mfkuai. am i. utters covkse. Whitestone and e.n a sptualut in hii department. A Full FftCUlty of and Woodcock slapped mouths into. I am a distant relative ,of ed bim Ust spring in May. In bed and wife, of ing, n Richmond, tue Rcogravhica centre of tl.eSutc, in the heart or the Anniaton, Ala, nre visiting reeion. 000 feet maUria, a few hours by rail from LouuvtlU, Cln. 11u1.Ui, Kimxrille and Chat, Gilkerson's face. Woodcock then went Egbert. did not recogui.e me; I examined him, friends here. akne thu seafn-tanooga. Helmed andhop;ULIe community and jtudtnts find hoj.e in the bett families and Memoto the rear of tho stftblu, followed by Ihu prosecution? here announced its finally recognized me. Mind was The insurance business has increas- rial Hall. Irom UAttondnnco IaM sion 491,than ij Slatw, Territories and countries. thought hu wasn't at homo. Ho ed Saunders, who said something witnes clwe in chief and the defense introduced Jtso.ooo added to the endow 'icnt last year. le fo rapidly with our new agent, Mr. Now Gyninaalum-Mo- cholarihips tor Elirhtv-tWi3j) benefit did not understand. They soon came ,,lt. poner, who stated: Have been had brain trouble, enlarged liver, parol J. M. Cook, that he has been forced to Expensed moderate SijS ti $14'. the tuition of worthy, uoor yourtc mii. attention. lor board, wmhingand servant of nerves of side and heart trouble. resign as deputy back together and Saunders said Wood- - umral of Crab Orchard 10 or 12 years, c icsday, bepttm'ier 0, if it. county clerk and Jim NOXt HOSdlon Jj. B Li ANTON, D. D. Chancellor. For catalog ue apply ta Gilkerson re-- ; apologia:- -. was belter, but cock ought to police judge nbout two years. I Saw him again when he Goode can hereafter be found nt the old fused to Accept on apology and talked in vvns jck fr01ll i..,rnary- to fWjt, weak; frail man now, poverty of blood, stand properly equipped for transaca loud and angry tone. At this juncture H,m.thing like paralysis, also sullered prostration, heart disease. Judge Eg- tion of all business iu that line. By the - w!tj, ht,art( ivt,r mJ hlin!,, troubles, bert wua rather active and strong. Saun Judge Egbert came In and sal.l: "Genway Jim was warmly for the new contletnen, this nolso must be Mopped. I weili when in health 175 to X LSO ders wn8 not able to cope with Egbert. stitution and an active advocate till ho havo been disturbed by it for an Itour. 0iJh. now 113 After supper on This closed tho teMiuiony for defense. stumbled on tho information in u lead-iuHe said, Lee was called in rebuttal. You can consider yourselves under ar- - nj;bt of shooting I went down town local paper that principally fools nnd j 80Ver(,i Btores stopped Woodcock did not have hold of me. I rest .ml report at o'clock to- - morrow." aI, n(ler DANVILLE. KY. standing nenr, re- - Al t;0Vt.r'8 iiverv Btable.U Woodcock was in tho door. Egbert had right hand niggers wero favoring the adoption. Jim Saunders, who was had difliculty iu determining to which SSegSus 9, marked: "If you are going to run tlilu Gilkerson with two or three others up, talking. class he belonged and was cooled oil' for Egbert asked wero tj)ln,t j bi,an t0 tMjk to wotl-hi- m go home." While the course of instructiori is especialWith a lull onre of study, both EiwIUh :in i Cljic:il business I'll Tom I'ettus, recalled, said, Woodcock several days, but mnco returns nre in ly adapted f prtnare younu n en for the Ci.n, il Is intended at the lime time to furnish a what ho said and h repeated, c)ck, who invited mo and the crowd to was in driveway when shooting; took and exact figures known he says the liberal English education to any who detire it. In connection with the Acadeni , ding, "this is not the first time you have jrink took )itteis Woodcock place and then ran back to stall L matter is perfectly plain. The voto tried to interfere in my duties." Egbert Hpok of Gilkoreon being i friend. I Tho above is as (air and impartial a pre- against the constitution corresponds d- -n and thun went out. Woodcock and liar," responded: "You nre a sentation of the testimony as is possible floating vote of tho State nnd you come out I'll 8jn followed. Wo talked about the war for us to uive in long hand. Wo do not with the replied, "If tudjr floaters being incited to their active op- Ha beep eta'i lh'l ir the hoiro il ut r t'. r :r nn! ci U'.r ! f tie I'.'inclpal. hours under t' e wuuirvU.o o" I'n. . l Bhoot von." All the parties wero in the in,i t; .Ml),hw atH toia V. youj.were wish to prejudice the case in nny part,iit n's anu tlie curainlt. :.n,l 'uiiimnt vl a position by fear of results to their busi- Christian home xra c biu-- d 'h: '.udnv i iui. ! i h lriveway of the stable. Saunders start- - noVl,r j t10 war (jjitergon ,nu(10 f ticular, ami only desire thatj justice ness from adoption of a Kor lurther part.c i!r in rKird to Kv.if :, lu.ti.m, etc ,addt.' secret ballot od out ouil Egbert following said, "Snun- - of Woodcock nnd he struck; him. 1 alone Bhall be meted out to tho prisoner. JAME3 B. WALTON, Principal. Danvlllo, K. system. ders, you nro a d- -n fool; you don't l0, w. 1 was munihnl nnd he niusn't Tho publiccan judge forilself whether or A few nights since our unusually orwant to hurt me." Hull men had llo lmt. I inted on hii begging not Saunders was justifiable in resorting derly city was thrown into a Mi r than 1,000 alumui. irPTT " state of UUO. HV MT!) l-' (Ti1 N '1 1 L U leading Dt'.ll. up street to the left, when Sun- - fcson'pnnlon. JHo did and Gilkerson to tho fearful extremity of killing a, feli'f..'"'irei erected. to dsieesCli'.sical, Scientific and fusil-ad- o Elective. panic by a protracted small-arml'ci llv. Twi vlni ! lulciiiw jut 1S01 t'i r catjl't .up Gjmtiasiuin. Location or lurlher information h(ti!th"ul. Nn ?Imch Xextti-si- . lers fired two shots in .piick succession, It.itu icpt c, About that time Egbert low being. on the immediate outskirts, which aJdresUNG, V D , Dnt.ville V.y.- W. C. entering Egbert's throit on the loft CiUlltf j ,,, speeches were made, W. II. vividly recalled to one Only two KOjs, around 1110 said, tho oldor citizens' and ranging down came out at his '.What in the h- -i is the matter? I have Miller, for the defense, and J. H. Paxton. memories of tho early GOV, and drew tho shoul-- l)eun kept nW(lk for back, the other entered his left ,l0ur CoUi'K. for tho prosecution, after which the case marshal and posse to the scenc. Surder. Tho men wore auout uiree siepi ury0lirfWiVttg under arrest and report nt was submitted uitn the result as given rounding and capturing almost tho en( W J7i t S ?& s imart. K'beitha-- UP ins rigni nanu 9 o'clock to morrow." I said, ;e.euso above. tire brigade, intense relief followed regesticulating at the time he wan shot, me gentlemen. wz&t Egbert came to toko cognition of our small arid big boy popMcKINNEY. the left hung at hh Bide. After hn wa ohnrgtJ, Egbert aid, you are a d ulation, whose commanding ollicer's ofbhot ite walkeil back in drive wny and lmr. I said, you hove tried to take my The Favorite Mills hnvo been abut ficial report of the engagement repre S. K. Cor. atli &: Vino, Cincmnnti, O. nail "M'nd tor doctor." He then began duties before. He called me a God d week, undergoing needed down this sents an iiusuccpfteful engagement with ng Short-Han- d, Type-Writiook-keepito gurgle and throw up blood. Starting lmr and a God d n fool. 1 started out a coon. A drunihuad investigation next! home hu faltered and stid, "If I have nnd he followed me. It was dark, hut I ltev. W. W. liruco filled his dny resulted in an ncquitt.d of till enArithmetic, anvfriehdaco.no to mo now, ho Inn could seo that he had his left hand up at tho Presbyterian church gaged through prosecuting nttorney's Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial lvreT.vno.iy nau gouen out m, lhe ot,R.r on 0f i,5s,lip ,ocUt.u I Sunday afternoon, and announced killed me Psnmanship and all Business Branches. inability ti establish that the conllicl no went 10 w.,s not physicallv able to cope with him, of slglit except wiuicm, at about 3:30 o'clock every Sun occurred within corporate limsts. Again Twelve Instructors. Vp with tho titnM. Established 1862. Largo and HourUhlns contldenco of tho Buslncs Community. "loroiisYilv Has llio him, when he said. "I don't seo why bo m r shot AfK.nvnIa j uh!u.,i oiikorson day hereafter. wo had peace. Our vigilaut marshal, Fits student arefor business Pursuits. aided in securing emjdoytnent. Iho charges aro in demand and are I helped 'She to rIkhh BKbrtninlToiii Pottnu answered hhotme, I iliil nothing. Several ersons from this place at- Al Burns, llnding the perquisites of his reasonable. Hoard can bo had In the city ut low ilRures. Pay and Mtjht Sessions. Does , Investigation solicited. Send for catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. him and found no weapon on ,,mt ,u, wug 8,H)t Jn 10 nnn nuiltem nnd mission- otlicu inadequate tomaintennce of a sup-nl- v as promises. tended the Sunday-schoo- l his person but a verv small eu knife. wet towaulB ,OIOl, x ,,,, Wooilooek ary convention at Middloburg Saturday of nico for his Oxford Egbert wis not excited when he hi charge when Egbert came in. Hud and Sundav. A largo crowd was pres ties will soon ho transplanted to your tsssnisrssassssmirzss r. u , m n .a Egbert that morning when 1 went ent nnd fieeiuingly enjoyed the spicy vicinity, where prospects of better pay in. Did not hear Saunders tell the men ifTrt t jT3 r: j n X tiffi ri'V ho was marshal. to return somo papers that he.bad acked discussions naht well. t l .A are ofl'erred. U 11 V3 W I) .1 Prof. W. U Ciess nnd his assistant Tom 1'eltus: Was sitting on bench in for Monday. Went up stairs nnd found g a fiU ft, !.' 3 Nk and Gilkurhon ,ini with bottle in band. He asked mo have nn ntteiidauco of DO pupils in Woodcock Wolfe A county correspondent drive wny. were talking loud when Judge Egbert to drink saying, you aren't usod to such school this week. Thu $100 spent in the writes to his county paper, tho Hazel m cime in. Told them tho noise had to bo- ;l this. I didn't drink as I was out of improvement of school property is tho Green Herald, that "we last Thursday 53 stopped nnd to consider themselves un- breath from walking up steps nnd feared best investment made by our citizens for had tho pleasure of attending the funor- - j eaaz3 j Tiicitf 5i R der arrest. Saunders said, If you nre it would strangle me. Ho nsked uie quite number of ye.ira. Let thu im- nl services of old Aunt Susnn Allen nti I did not under-thi- s provements continue. the Poplar Grovo church." Wonder going to run this I'll (iiit, and added, about some pipers. ooYtAfJSFoRtJMWM U9EDFontlc ' Kev. Henry Martin, of Frecstonu, what ho had against the poor woman, isn't tho first time you have tried stand what to do with thorn and had AVE LnME BACK JPRAIHTETc , ,. -d liar and asked chairman, of trustees nnd ho said and Mrs. Susie Pholp. of Yersailes, at- that hor lasteul rites gave him so much it. Egbert called bim &v UPX It said, if you will como out hold them up. Egbert siid, by God tended the marriage of their neice, Miss joy? Saunders Mrp. Jennie E. Watkius, who was '91 PEEDV here I'll Bhoot you. Egbert paid, you somebody's got to pay for them. When Mary .Martin, near Turnersville, Weddown from Gum Sulphur Wednsdav, Z?l&ESEE3aBZM2Z2m?SXSX, nro n d n fool and followed. Two I shot him I believed ho wni going to nesday. Messrs. John and V. AL Tanshots wero fired, but 1 didn't see them, assault, mo and I was not in physical ner, of Nashville, nro visiting relatives told us of tho death of her brother, Henry Ji. Frewitt, which occurred on the Afterwards told b'aundeis he had shot condition to defend myself. Am here. Prof. J. II. Allen is attending thu and ho Bald 1 don't earo a dog bio to do anything that requires physic-t;on- o teachers' institute nt Liberty this week. 20th. Ho wbb working on the C. V. al strength. I asked Egbert not to fol- - Ho will take charge of n department iu Itrauch when taken with typhoid ever, . if 1 lmvu. when ho was brought to his motherV, J. II. Gilkerson: Several of us wero lowjno and did not say I would shoot if tho Janie Wash Iustituto nt Middlesboro .Mrs. Lydia A. Prowitt, where ho died, ntCurtis'ri b.ir taking a drink when hu did. llavo known Egbert for years next Monday. Barry Smith, of Somer- surrounded by his family and sisters, Nath Woodcock became excited, ami and regarded him as a fearless, high set, spent Saturday uight with friends who hnvo great faith that hu has gono ' tempered man, insulting when drinking, in our village. Misa Cordiu Taylor, of slapped my face. Some loud talking .Mr. Prewitl was 27. Andy Egbert caino In nnd Knew that he carried weapons and con- - Harrodsbutg, stopped oil' hero Monday to a better world. followed. years of ago and nbout five years ngo She will u.,i,l ihlq noiso must ho stopped unit 1 siueren nun n u.ingorous man. lie was mi her wav to Middloburg. Didn't know have chaige of tho music department iu married Miss Satnautha Hmiutiy, of Yo-appear before me in the euornlly so consideied. warn you to .. ... 1. it ..t..l. ... t. bowman somitc, who with two children mirvhe wiien i weui tho Jauio Wash Institute. tBHBherflHlaiRWAepBEV9 inoruinK. sauntiers Bim u you ina (ju1 aujuuuy nun in him. uulirt in, out ujucoroon uml u oodcock bean Smith, who is oil' duty at tho depot, is inc to rim thia thine HI At Muybeo Station, near Monroe reported in bed sick utLojjan Green's ut hear what Ebfrt said; heard shots, but 10 iaiK raiuer loiiiuy. as booh as and for in I went out. Don't remein- - Jit. Salem. John .Murphy and Andei- - .Mich., a farmer and his wifo wero toi- -' Woodcock nnd did not bco them. ' drinks. I was not a bor to hnvo said I didn't liko Egbert nnd oon Nunnelley are reported ns resting tured and murdered by two tramp?, took three cures Colic, Constipation, "Castorlalfl so wcUadartl to children that ho did not liko me. Diarrhosa. Krucwtton, quietly with "mora profound hopes" of bent upon robbery. A posso found the ' competent itidRO of WoodcocU'o condi-tiosuperior to any prescription I recommend It giTea aloep, and promoted j murderers and shot them to death. t At' known to me." oi H. A. Ancnen, M. D Curtis Gover. Was iu 0. 0. and ICantorla recovery. Mr. Kd I'aul ia oir to spoko in loud tones when Hubert injurious medication. of tho tiouble. I live nbout 50 feet on business for a week or ten j Blootnfield, near Hartford, Conn., nn 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, V. Y, ho told us to keep quiet, tlo was JJ. V. Saw Egbert daye. ltev. W. J. Ward is still from aged man and his wife wero murdered were not ollen- - from entrancu of stable. Tub CsvjU'tt Cohpant, 77 Murray Street, but Ida manners nntiiitifv mil ..v.... (,.!,, UU OU1U, ....... I.. home, presumably attending tho Cum- - nnd their bodies thrown into tbo well by j .... f, w.. frAiif i.!!!. II.. ...til UlllIU" gjye Walker Ediuistcn B.iw tho Bhota tired, iuoii, 1 navo heard enougu of thi?. berland River Association in session a tramp to whom they had given shelter. heard no talk. Ho ran back in Saunders said, by God if you are going this week ut Eden, Pulaski county. j 2e Stanford female College. Fall Tuesday, September ist, , 1 i 1 S53STANF0RD ... ' MALE ACADEMY Principal. ' ot,r pat-o- li-l- im Gil-lccru- ed-it- ,.,,,(, tent-tin- e ' - j e a.t - U'l nr-re- ht I Im"!" bus-bau- d - -- ' tf 1 AIMAiiD COL EOF KY. Lancaster, y fctf-SESSI- - ' CENTRAL fr-i- IJiWERSiTY m-- n al.It-ii.i- t lllue-Cn- 1 wan-durin- g; is O Hrt op-i- u - j,jt, t. I g j Centre j oil PO'P Aeadeiny Sept. Kre-hm.- i. K0-in- ad The Next Session of this Institution '' j Gilker-Saunde- rs A Euomo Boarding & TraiigD spartan exit d- . - Bslr i - Mi-itas. Gil-turn- ed ncpi, s L( '- 1 lCMI-lnthrSoul'i-.es- 1 Cmi-,le- - 1 l f K 11 cCJ2m2c. m fS 11 ng, Telegraphy, Bor-vi- ces I '', t0l shoe-htriiiL'- I I 11 irjras'i PiBSH'GJBSm i m rm yD ei&ny rea mm m v. 1 1 1.1. 1 lc 11 11 I I ' . rnQ j I una-Egb- ert ' ' j j ' 1 1 , 1 unr-tuu- I iii !'' my-ee- lf infants Children. j u. saw-par- Mon-tice- llo ex-cite- d, Ti j-L but J. ' '. t i .- 'Vv 4 f: . M ti -i r w f 'UtrnvyjfLt r$mm --t- - ,um,:vi-.- .. . . wssqsaC3ufc-4l- . 3 Siittf .iti; 'k trPy t flte rW" Hbl'a " rSraRrfr AA A 5 I ! V A K- lrf - T A i i f fl F t 4 Ul I f "' masked men at Cotopaxi, Col., Monday las and R. A. Brown went to Louisvillo midnight. Three thousand dollars was Sunday. Capt. James Douglas is back taken from the express safe, und sever- from Garrard in charce of the ballast al watches and a quantity of jewelry train. Mn. S. W. Paris and children Stanford, Kw, Septemiiek J, 1891 ling, seemed to bo in a very bad humor were a Lied to tho booty. Tho passen- nre back fioni a visit to Uarrard. Misses aud made a number of bad breaks. Ho gers were not disturbed by tho robbers. Mattio ond Nannie Vandoveer, two of Stanford's captivating voting ladies, tuo ws very sevens in speaking of the proW. P. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. visiting relatives at the Newcoinb Hotel. vision allowing the railroad commission-er- a Is Receiving His to bo appointed by the governor, inFoil Salk. 13 ewes and one buck Mr. J. K. McClary, who lias long been Gov. Jons Young Buown was induct stead of being elected by the people, as sorely alllicted with rheumatism, is now S. P. Jjtau'g. oil into oilico Tuesday with preat pomp he add it left the dominant party more able to come to town occasionally. Mr, I lbs. H.N. Ware sold 51 hogs, IS nnd tho civic nml military or lefs in tho hands of the rnilroailR. nverage, R. G. Williums left Monday afternoon at 4. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. parade beta): unusually imposing. Tlie Tho spcrh and tho fact that Mr. Clay Roller Mills is paying for a trip to Washington City. A good The Stanford ceremonies occurred in the beautiful did not attend the inauguration is reattendance from hero to the London bo cents for w heat. grounds surrounding the capitol and af- garded as htrong nvidencu that he is fair. Judge G. W. McCIure and Hon. P. W. Green sold to Bright Ferrill ter prayer by Rev. George Dareie, Gov. very sore over the triumph of Gov. 10 shoats 3i cents. J. S. Joplin took in the inaugural. at JJuckner gracefully and feelingly sur- Brown over him and will not bo reconMrs. Mollio Sharpe and daughter, of For sale: One sow and ten 50 lb., rendered the trust he had Kuarded so ciled. A correspondent charges that his San AngeIos,;Texii8, and Mrs. Anna Hays, i.atk am:xan!)i:ks uoru.,, shoats. Mrs. E. C. Helm. faithfully. The mayor of Frankfort speech killed him politically as dead as of Fort Worth, are visiting Mrs. R. L. A good high grade cow and calf for then introduced the new governor, who a mackerel, but if he will sen that the sale cheap. J. C. McClary. Stark, at this place. Mrs. Sharpo's famAND iu a brief and eloquent address promised cn. con. does its work and adjourns in John Cash sold to Joe Coiley a pair ily moved to Texas 15 years since, locatto see that the laws are executed and to n week, we helievo all will be forgiven. ing at San Angelos. They havo been mare mules for $325. of Way. $2.50 do what he believes to be rijrht, without of wonderfully successful and now ovwi a Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousSilas Anderson sold to Hunt, eelGsh regard to consequences. A dispatch from Washington says His number of valuable ranches and conRockcastle, 3 mule colts for $100. LOUISVILLE, KV. words were those of a Mntesuian und that Col. W. 0. Bradley is pushing his siderable city property. Mrs. Kate LinSouthdown Four thorough-brepatriot and further endeared him to the brother-in-laCol. T. Z. Morrow for bucks for sale. G. A. Benedict, Stan- ton and children have returned to LouisW. R. LOGAN, Mnnacor. people, who have honored him. Chief one of the nine U. S circuit judgeships, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, "Clerks. ville. Capt. L. A. Byron, of London, 3t. ford. Justice Holt, at the conclusion of the with considerable show of success. It Mrs. Nesbitt's P. C. Sandidge gold to Johnson, of was hero lost week. address, administered the oath of of- is not exactly our fight, but we feel con- Boyle, n small lot of 950 pound catt'e at school begins Monday, the 7th. Mr. M. fice and then there was a rush to con- siderable interest in these two republi P. Newcomb was a delegate to the 2J cents. gratulate tho man, who for four years cans and sincerely hope their objects State Sunday-Schoo- l Conven M. F. Elkin&Co., bought of Miss will be chief executive of the Com- will be realized. Judge Morrow is a Polly Spoonamore a lot of yearling heif- tion. Smith Ping had his hand dangerously cut with a butcher-knifmon wealth. At this point 'Squire Pat fine lawyer and would bring to the Fed- ers at $15.25. in the McDonald, with n huge embossed eral bench n capability, coupled with miles at Menlo hands of n companion. C. W. Ping Sunol trotted three frame of resolutions, eulogistic of Gov. long experience and practice, that would Park, Cal., this week, doing tho last in was taken o London by Sheriff Jones Buckner by the citizens of Frankfort at once place him in enviable distinc- 2:29 without great effort. on a capias. Mr. W. M. Weber is in came forward and presented them in a tion. It is estimated that 700,000 pounds from Kuox ville. Mr. A. Pullins was neat speech, to which the retiring govof urapes will bo shipped by the growers over from Garrard a few days since. The Louisville Times' inaugural ediernor responded beautifully and touch-inglin Pewee Valley this season. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Lt. Governor M. C. Alford then tion was the climax of enterprise in Martin, Thompson Co., of Woodtook the oath of oflice, the benedic- journalism. It had two solid pages of ford, have bought 500 mules tho past Walker Iandram was granted lition was pronounced and a new era in report, nearly every line of which had mouth, S50.000 worth from one Tennes- cense to practice law nt the last term of the government of Kentucky was inau- to be written anil telegraphed after the see farmer. the circuit court. gurated. With his superior ability and ceremonies, nnd so completely covered The OLIVER is still in the lead for lightness of draft and perfect Mrs. Alva Wntkins will give an elodeDwyer's great horse, Kingston, long participation in the nfTuirs of gov- the ground as to leave nothing for the feated his recent conqueror, Marion C, cutionary entertainment at the court work. It also leads in low prices, being the cheapest as well as the inly ernment and with a model administra-t:on.t- o morning papers but the ball. best Plow on the market. Don't abuse your Plow if it don't work easily at Garfield Park, Chicago, Wed- house this, Friday evening. guide his steps, Gov. Brown is the Times is a great paper. Prof. J. M. Rupley anil Miss Stella well with bogus extras, but see that every piece you buy nesday. Time 1:54. has the OH- certain to make an executive that will "His Highness," who ran first in Stout were married at Klizabethtown ver on it. NEWSY NOTES. J. H. FOSTER. reflect further lustre on the State he has the Futurity Stakes last Saturday, has Tuesday afternoon nt II o'clock. Prof. eerved bo well. Three summer hotels have failed at won for his owner, in prizes, this season, Rupley was principal of tho Lancaster II J McKOHKHTS W II IIIOGINS Atlantic City. This is a novelty. They the handsome sum of $112,2S5. Male Academy for several terms and Gov. Biiows's Cabinet is as follows: usually burn. The 51th annual fair at Paris is has lots of friends here, and the bride John W, Headley, of Louisville, SecreA has been established ahead of previous ellbrts. The govern- attended Garrard College last year and tary of State, is a tobacconist. He was at Hansford, Rockcastle county, Win. F. our most nonular societv or, his stair and the con. con. will be on born in this State, though for the most Hansford, postmaster. and ought to draw a belles. exhibition part he has made his home in Evans-villCensus Commissioner Porter an- - large crowd. Walter B. Nichols nnd familv re Ind. He was a gallant Confederounces the exact number of people in Shipping and good butcher cattle turned to Danville this week, wheie ate soldier and as spy for Gen. Bragg this country to bo S0:.M)22,2G0. are in demand in Cincinnati with tops they will make their home in the future. and afterwards as a member of Morgan's The public debt statement shows at 5 and respectively. Hogs are in Misses Aide and Bessie Marksbury leit brigade did valiant service for that that the decrease of the bonded debt light demand at 4 to 51, sheep are slow Thursday for a short visit to Cincinnati . cause. He has never held oflice nnd during August amounted to $l,(WI,'2lli.-50- . Capt. K. W. Lilian! and wife attended at 2$ to 5, lambs 3J to 0J. was never a candidate, save for a short wedding at Elizabeth-towAt Independence, Mo., Allerton, the Rupley-Sto& June against Curuth for Congress, from Gov. Brown's first official act was the great trotter, lowered his record this week. M. Braun is in which he withdrew. Col. S. A. to make a colonel, a very harmless, but from 2:12 to 2:11. The stallion, Manabuying goods. Miss Addio Burn-sid- e the Assistant Secretary of State, is at the same time n rath r useless um ger, is visiting Miss Allie Walker in who held the 3 year-olrecord, reu Tennesieean by birth, but he has of time. Kirksvilie. duced the mark from 2:13 to 2:11. lived many years in Graves county, The Kendalls waived examination U. Porch, secretary, lias our Mr. b. iir. 10m uooii, our popular voting where lie has held numerous offices. He at Georgetown and their cases for the thanks for invitation to attend the Som druggist is a hustler. Not long since he ' is said to be a power in the First District several murders on the streets of GENTs'- erset Fair, which begins next Tuesday lost his line bird dog. Hearing that tho and to have done yeoman service for the Georgetown will be investigated by the ond lasts four days. dog was in Danville ho drove over It's going to be a ticket in the recent election. Andrew grand jury next week. there and, he says that as he was enterdaisy and everybody ought to attend. Jackson Gross, who is made Adjutant While the coroner's jury censures A fair crowd attended the sale of ing tow he heard a dog howl and recogGenera, is from Breckinridge and is the the railroad company for gross negli- George Schooler's effects yesterday and nized hU voice. He then climbed the be6t known of the party, from the fact gence, it finds that the recent wreck satisfactory prices were lelizcd. Corn fence and got his dog. Just wait until that he was U. S. Marshal under Cleve- near Statesville, X. C, was primarily in field brought $1.25 to $1.40; stock Pete Hampton comes over again and we land ond the further fact that the caused by the malicious removal of a hogs $1.10 to steers will see what he linn to say. Courier-Journand tho Times never rail from thecrossties. $49.50; yearling mules $52; tire of singing his praises. He is n J. W. Chambers, n member of the mare mule $115; pair work mules $217. R. R. good democrat and a good fellow, but con. con. from Hancock, was clubbed at P. C. Sandidge bought in Wayne U a C.uuli.Int,' lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, he had never been accused of a knowl- Frankfort for disorderly conduct. We county last week 33 1, l. HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, feeders jen to the ."Uiion ol the Democratic pirty. edge of military alfairs. Frank Rich- believe this is the same creature who at 3 J cents. Woodcock & Owens bought ardson, of Christian, is the new assistant was jailed at Louisville for drunkenness of Colby Jenkins, of Garrard, a mixed Adjutant General. Tho private secre- and reprehensible conduct. lot of 105 sheep nnd lambs for 2Jc. tary, Archibald D. Brown, is a sou of W'c have ol The steamship Arizona, which has Dunn A Fox sold their premium ma k'hmUm tintny ailoptctl the cah sytlrm all ifll. KowUnJ. lor the hrtieiit of who the governor and we trust a chip of the arrived at New York, brought eight surwil. pay spot caih lor what thry want wcwill old mule to Gentry Bros , for 10 poiiiidi (iranuUted Sugar lor $i, Arbuckle old block. Altogether tho cabiuet is a vivors of the Sea Gull, lost in a ,'galo of $250. Ad fl vocate. Coffee J! CfDH and all Other rnoJ in our linn r.a good one, even if it does smell very the African coast. Tho shipwrecked We aik. one ami all to come with onabty W. O. Brock bought of John A. the luire10 Very ropectfully, 'much of "pennyrile." But that end of sailors suffered much and are the only Thompson, of Montgomery county, 400 JfStit HILTON & Mci'HKIt-Ot he State is in tiie saddle ;iiow and no- survivors of n company of 'JO. stock ewes at ?1. Chas. B. Ecton is cut body can compiain if it does the riding. The Lake Erie k. Western railroul ting a crop of 40 acres of very fino to"MODEL strike has been renewed, and all trains bacco. He planted it three feet by 15 The lawbreakers can not derive much are stopped. The men were not satis-e- inchen, topped it all from IS to 24 leaves, comfort from this extract from Gov. wi n 10 t privately my Kiirin of in Acre with the schedule of wages olFere d and thinks it will make from 1,500 to nille north ol anforil, r.y , on thi Brown's innaugural address as it is evi- by the company after they had gone pounds per acre. A great portion of tuuaieu t'.inwiiepike. WillMke plcjiiitr III showing to any one wiihins to purchase Apply to he is not going into the wholesale back to work. dent the tobacco in the county is very late, J IIKICHT. pardoning business: The welfare of a A new submarine cable line, con- and a frost in three weeks will injure it free State depends upon the mainte necting the United States and Brazil, vary much. Winchester Democrat. Cheese, nance of the supremacy of its laws. To was opened'in Now York Tuesday. Con MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE G0UNTY. We will sell on the prcmuei on these laws are a shield; nection with the United States is made the to the malefactors they should be a by the cable to Havana and the Cuban Thursday, October I, 1891, Lamps, Glass- - and Quccnswarc, Tin- - and Woodcnware, llev. II. O. I'ayuu and wife are vis Fruit Jars, pword. The cjertamty of punishment submarine cable between Cuba and iting Our Farm ir. Lincoln county, ciintalninittc TWO at .Sonora. Jelly Glasses, &c. hLNDItKDACRhSof So.d lind, centrally lo for crime is the surest restraint of the Hayti. The first lot of native melons were cated between Danville, I.a.ic.nlir and Stantord, vicious. There should not be careless milo from Hubble A trio of horrors are reported from hrouht to town yebtenlay. At the ame time we will nho icll J or i$ jon. interference by the Chief Executive with abroad. Two thousand people in Japan Henry 1'rewitt died of consumption blooded Mare and Colts, l'.uinin Implcmeuti, llourcholdand Kitchen furniture the judgments of courts. The injunc- lost their lives in a typhoon; ten or at Gum Sulphur hint Saturday. Alio 40 tfood uuck Hwix, jo ttacki of Timothy tion of the constitution is that "he shall more miners perished in an English V. 1'. Freeman haa been Hay and o buihelt of Hemp Seed of th latcit importation IWesuwn of lurm giien Dec. i take care that the laws be faithfully exe- colliery explosion, aud many passen- appointed police judie of this place. SWOl'K, Hubble, Ky Si'im cuted." Dealers In- gers were injured in a railway wreck in Koad working is progressing nicely, liockcnstle will not be long without good The official canvass of the August vote Switzerland. Depositors are getting shy of the roads. was ma le Monday, when it was found A new company has opened an exthat Brown's majority over Wood is Louisville banks since the numerous I offer for a! my farm two unlet North ol failures and Wednesday a run on tho tensive and valuable quarry at Wildie, 28,081, Alford's over Houston 2S.SG1, containing 35 acre ol Und; a k""1' German National was made when $275,-00- 0 thin county. houke with 8 rooun, all neceuary outbuilding!, a Hendrick's over Crawford 28.70L large turn, good cittern at the door, pli'nty run were paid out out. The German SeMr. G. V. Baker was up from Lon- Ming wa cr, abo'if select fruit tree and all over Bland ford 29,H8, Hale'B over curity bank also paid out thousands, don yesterday to see his little daughter, kimlt of small fruitt500 Addrc Farmer 28,075, Thompson's over Dodge (.. T. McltOllKKTS, Stanlord. but both proved perfectly solvent. Alio 45 acrei miles touth of Stanford; aj acres who is quite sick. 28,702, Swango's over Rardin 29,000 and in cultivation, balance in small v.mi;i ui ruuee uoiungnain, oi begun erecting a house and good orchard and good imbcr; failing Workmen havo plenty never AddaniB over Blaine 30.09S. Brown got has brought suit for 530,000 dwelliug for Miss Lizzie Sowders on water. O. T. M 4, the largest vote, but Adams the largest against the A FRESH CAR-LOA- D OF KANAWHA Kentucky Post, of that city, south side of Main street. majority. The vote on tho constitution for criminal libel. The Post published Tho L. A X. is now running through majorKtands: for 213,950, ngainst three articles charging Cottingham with sleepers between Louisville and Norfor 139,504. ity using his oilico to further his private in- folk via "Cumberland Gap route." Now is the time to l.y In your fuel for the Win. ,. .. r tcrat cheip rutct. Ssnd $13 to the .n. the papers agree that Qrey Wood-on- , luicoio. r.. uju;ii ill .1 lliesu ilUjUUU IS vii ......i. of Xathnn llray will Ail The family of the Owensboro Messenger, can asked. shot tly move to Missouri. Mrs. Meals Laurel County Coal Association Opinion is divided as to how Jong and little sou were hero during tho week get a railroad commissiouership or any At 1'ittiburgh, Ky anil order a Five Hundred (500) lluilief car of their Lett lump coal on truck Gov. Brown. We tho con. con. will continue in session. from .Stanford. thing he wants under at muiet for presutit delivery Tint coal thould to see Mr. Woodson ap- although it is considered likely that the should like at btinfoi Tho agent of tho express company cost you a fraction oer qc on I las the largest and pointed, if he desires it, but he is too convention will attempt to do nothing was tried here last Thursday on the in car load lots jjood a newspaper mau to go fooling af- beyond correcting grammatital errors, charge of illegal delivery of C. 0. D. MOST COMPLETE STOCK ! ter the flesh pots of office, which can ambiguities and inconsistencies, of jugs. He was promptly acquitted. which there are enough, heaven known. last but a few years nt best Mr. W. L. Henderson, of this comiOK Courier-Journaty, captured a number of premiums at ON SEPTEMBER 1891, A bad wreck occurred on the Air the Laurel Fair on onions, tomatoes, apWith a lovely wife and three as handsome daughters as grace tho State j j i mi near iuii ijiiy, inu., in wnicn a ples, etc., as well as on horses and At 10 o'clock A.M., we will sell to the highetl ever shown in Stanford at prices bidder on the prcmite, tho l.irm of noted for its beautiful women. Gov. number of passengers were either killed mules. J. O. Neal, dee'd, situated On tho waters of as low as the lowest. Fork and adjoining the J, K Cah farm, conBrown's social cabinet haa not been outright or burned to death. The citiMr. It. L. Joplirf jumped from a Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s taining about 150 acrt to be akccrtained bv act. in the State, equalled for many years, if over, and a zens of the section believing that the moving passenger train a few eveuiugs ual survey. e acres In cultitatian and Misses, engineer was responsible for the wreck, since and nfter picking himself up found the remainder well set In grass. All In ilh who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. reign i assured. Don't have to brilliant atate of cultivitiou, well watered and well Im- send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old Birdie and Susie Brown will mako gathered to mob him, but he escaped. his face minus considerable skin and a Droved. cash, balance in one and two tears An express tnin on the Denver & crippled leg. He is recovering slowly. executive mansion exceedingly! at with negotiable not. bearing6 percent, from dav gold and silver taken at market price. the Your trade and work is solic-Rio urande railroad was held up by J .Messrs. Hugh Miller, James Doug. twtive. Bxor$.j o. Neal, deco. ted and Iguarantee satisfaction. A. R. PE&NY.- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal The ron. eon. is again in session and thodemnition grind promises to go on for some time. President Clay, although exultant over the victory of his bant- WALTON. Springs Summer Goods IMPROVED. e, TieCE WILLABD 9 Hates THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Per d Mid-dlesbo- Attention, Farmers. e y. 1 post-offic- e to-da- e, NEW FIRM. Successors toJSlajjjj McRoberts & Higgins, McKohcrtsJclcnlcrslIii ut n New-Yor- sor-ma- n, d v ClOTEING,, 11 FURNISHING GOODS 1,350-poun- d al GENTRY 150-poun- Em-br- y, For Cash. Only. - .l MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES GROCERY" N Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, Good 1 Farm For Sale. 11 d 2,-0- 00 For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Dried Apples, Peaches and Primes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; 48-j- m Farm and Stock. law-abidi- V.t I FARRIS & HARDIN, -- 11 A-- Small Farm For Sale. Nor-man- 's kJ Stan-for- Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware Queens-- Glass- - and Tinware. 4 SEE OIJKEKEa&ITT LIITE OF LAMPS. SALT uov-ingto- n, Farmors, Attention - -- The Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. tr.-u- I fef A. R. Penny t. Sale of Lincoln Farm 9th, l. Watches and Jewelry well-know- n HaOL'-in- ij Kortv-fiv- One-thir- d ..- - , -- .wi. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal !. Thukk ilcsir.iblu rooms for runt. Crnt. I ' J. II. Srveiial refrefching Bhowcrs fell dny. y(s-- l Stanford, Ivy., SniTiamKit 1S91 Zimuifr's. BFiiimu oyhk'M aurvcd at1 nil, hours nt r s I and to- - 7 The Harbourvillo fair ,' ,1 u,o- TfJ1 wu-ou- . lnnvnJ Jn -- " "- -, in He . ., y f " morrow will draw some of our citizens una pcuJLfi vj cuuo uwuizuy iu You are invited to examine our new to that lively little place in the mount- MEANS BUSINESS. artistically dress hooiIh, the moat complete htoek we iaus. Knuhamno benuttiuily have ever had. Severance & Son. done ut A. H. IVnny'H. The force at the depot has been reYoru account Ih now ready. I'lenso Klopku. Sir. .fumes Sliller nnd Slips duced by the discharge of the porter, 'unity. call mid Fettle. A. K. HAVKyour wntcli, clock anil jewelry Kate Culton, of Harbourvillo, eluded Walker Sutton, who has tilled the place repaired nt A. K. Penny's. All work stern parents and reaching Jellico in so long nud so well, and his duties will warrnnW'il. devolve on the agent nnd nsitnnt. thntall silverware, wntchcp. safotv, were made one flesh. . riiiK'H, Ac, lioiiKlitnt A. K. I'enny h will The city council is still waiting on the Tiik time for eariy closing ending he engraved free o( rlinrce. with Sept. 1, our merchants have re- Philadelphia man to come nnd bay what PERSONAL POINTS. sinned their old plan of keeping their he will put the water works in for nnd the prospect is thnt it will continue to Sin. C. L. Xapikii, of Liberty, wna here BtoreB open na Inte as possible. wait. We are burning day light now Wodnewlay. Sins. SI. L. Wells, n distinguished and we suggest that n new deal be called. J. S. Jonim in hack from a. purchasing lecturer, will address the people on temtrip to Cincinnati. The Alford Guards, of Sliddleaboro, perance nnd tho principles of the W. C. Hon. Hukck Jo.viw, of Missouri, Ih nt Oil T. U. nt the Christian church, .Monday passed hack Wednesday, after their outSir. John SI. Keid'H. evening, 7th, nt 7: !". Tho lecture is ing at Frankfort nnd participating in the SIiu A. II. Kloua has Rono to Louisinaugural parade. Two of them were free and nil nre invited. ville to 0 in hutinefu. we Come 111 we in charge of sherifT to answer an indictnt la HoJournin Slit. Mack Fined kok Fioiitimi. Frame Bower-ma- ment for the murder of Hossimus, who a railroad man with headquarters was mobbed in Sliddleboro in August. Crab Orchard Spring. Mus. Alice Cloyh ami Ktta Hello are at llowland, was fined $10 for fighting AlSin. I). G.Slacohteh writes that the vicitiiik' in 1'urkaville. by Judge Harnett, Wednesday. SIini Si'K Co.att la viilting Sirs. T. 1). though he had the money in his pocket, row which was credited to Green Briar Sledcalf, in Hell county. ho went to jail in preference to paying Springs wns nn error that did his resort Our Crab Orchard corres injustice. Slim. An.mkJamkk went to Lancaster the line. oods AJVA Y:-T- o pondent wrote Dripping Springs, but tho Wednesday to visit friends. one to Kennedy was here yesterday compositor though the knew better nnd GltovK J. Vox Di'iiPKiiAK haa returned and like a gentleman apologized to chnnged to Green Briar. Slaughter Come booh we keen it Sir. from an extended western trip. in7 - Shfriir.Menefee for unnecessary and prides himself on his good order and SIk. ami M us. H. K. Dawpon, of MidV' sulting language on Monday. They nre boiists of the fact that there wns never a iliejiioro, are viamng menus ucn:. Kennedy would a fuas of any description at Green Briar. good friends nnd Sir. "9 SI11. H.N. Wakk is up from Wasli- not hnve made the break if he had been i iKton county on a visit to old Iriomla. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. SIiwj Julia Hwuins la attending the himself. Nathan II. Gooch, a widower of 51), Methodist Conference at HnrrodsburK. Saindeiis' friends have not made A. URIJANSKY, Sliss J6iK Cook, of Hustonvillo, is bond for him yet. The idea seems to be and Sirs. Klizibeth Gooch, n widow of Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MANES AND of her nister, Sire. O. H. Coop- to prove that his condition is such thnt ."", obtained license Wednesday to marthe er. n stay in jail will kill him and get his ry on the 0th. Slit. Jon nSm lev is on n visit to IiIh hail reduced. Sir. James Pek nnd SIiss Slary Slar-tiThis will hardly work, mother, Sl re. Kate Dudderar, and fam- however as tho bail Is thought to be low the handsome daughter of Sirs. SI. ily. AND A. Slartin, were married at her resienough now. SI11H.G. C. Ciivk.nh nud daughter are dence near Turnersville, Wednesday. Tub College opened with H) odd pu- The I. J. wishes them long lives of unattendliiK the Paris fair and visiting relpils and yeAterday the number had in- alloyed happiness. atives. Upright and Horizontal. prosSIiss Slary Dunlap, who has freSIiw Alick WmuiiT, of Hustonville, creased to 70 or more, with the e Stationary, and Portable. All pect of niHiiy other matriculations. The quently visited this place, nnd who hns Is the Kiiest of SlrH. P. W. Green, at the power. sizes up to seminary, Piof. H. F. Hlakeman princi-pi- n number of admirers here, will be marSlyenvHonse. had ri pupil? at the opening, which ried on Wednesday next to Sir. Dudley Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and has one to Imia-vill- e SIh.M.N. Cahtkii number will be increased to 10 or over. SI. Bowman, Jr., a prosperous young Durability. to visit relatives and possibly Write for Free Illustrated I'amplct.i and your wants to a position. .Mercer county farmer and horueman. You can go over the L. & X.'s Old Sirs. Coode, aed S2, went up to CO., JAMES to Norfolk, Va., on tho sea coast, The ceremony will take place at the Hrodhead Wedntisday to Bee her on Sunday or Monday nights for the Christian church, Danville, and afterPRINGFIEI I). OHIO NEW YORK CI TV. Sire. J. II. Vanhook. fare of $1. Consult wards tho young couple will be entersmall round-triSI lis. John Houson returned to .MemW. W. Penn, Junction City, for sleep tained at the groom's homo by his pa- nnd tnke in tho Somerset fair. J. W. phis Wednesday, taking her Bister, .Miss ing car accommodations if you intend to rents. UrigUt hns hold his hay to Geo. Warren Prof. J. SI. Hupley, of Centre Col ntSSperton iu Honey wood Hutlman, with her. take advantage of a Bidden opportunity. the Btnek. SIiss Liza train dispatcher lege Academy, ami .niss &iena a. aioui, .Mil Matt Wood-ion- , Smith is having n very large attendance The announcement of the candidacy daughter of Sir. and Mrs. S. SI. Sanders, in school, and seems to be giving geuer- of the 0. V. branch, was at Sir. O.J. of Hobert H. Gentry for Shcriir of Linweek to see his ick child. Crow'B this were married at tho latter's residence, al satisfaction. Cynthia Cox is out, Kkv. H.T. Daniki. is the guest of Sir. coln county appears in this issue. Sir. near Klizahethtown, Tuesday, by the ngnin after nn illnets of a few days. u He is here to solicit Gentry is n capable business man, Hev. W. Y. Sheppard. Prof. Hupley is J. C. Sirs. Wm. Slock is fixing to move to to the Williamsburg Haptist democrat in whom there is no guile nnd a very excellent young man nnd n line Lexington ns soon as she can sell her' n clever nnd popular gentleman, who teacher, while his bride, who recently College fund. j etock nnd rent out her place. Hoi-ra- t will till the olllco with credit, if his am- gradunted nt the Garrard College, is a SISE-- SIaikiik and SIattic in very lovely and accomplished young nnd Sir. Warren Hocker have returned bition is gratified. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. mm -. lady. The I. J. sends happy greetings a visit to Sirs. Helm, who is sick nt trom Sin. SIiLi.EU did not go to Frankfort The and congratulations. Junction City. nt the time suited. Ho promised to :;.': sals. Hi:v. asm SIiih. Jok Mummy aru visit-fo- g farh hnve the constitution endorsed in LinCHURCH AFFAIRS. Mixed, at Sirs. Pence'B. Sir. Munday has coln by a majority of 1.500 nnd he is Haptist faith mid joined The Exeriitor ol Thomas M. UIUn1,ilecea!rd, renounced the Hev. Slark Collis arrived yesterday will at Ins Uleivsidciice, ou pcrhnps waiting a few days longer to inthe .Methodists. It afternoon to preach hipromised servent a reason for his miscalculation. Sin. K. W. .Jo.sk, of Pineville, in BaptnSi. "Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1S91, will be remembered thnt we gave a ma mon Inst night on lookdown with n number of Hellites, Hev. C. P. Williamson, pastor of otter at puMic ale hu fine Farm of jo Acre, against the instrument. V turnpike, lour farms, which Sir. Jones jority of 282 ing at to do all kinds the Christian church in Richmond, hns loctcJ on the Danville StanfordStanford This And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r milei from Dausillu andfi from proposes to sell them. discontinuation of tho mail accepted n call to till the pulpit of the farm mint Ix'teen to he apprecuteil. A fewsaliHK Since the of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. poinM are theet ist The land until and Sin. ani SI if. T. A. Hick are at Sirs. It i j the cront now uixjM It prove. 7il. hew 1, route between Stanford and llowland by Christian church in Atlanta, Ga. Ho Mdrndidiy f.nced and watered. 3d. it ha I.011 Shanks, and their friends will hu Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, bus, it takes mail more than IS hours to will leave in October. Climnx. farmed jiidiciotulv fur 30 ear by otic of the bet glad to know that Sir. Hlce has been ap- come from Richmond and otherpoints on Rev. Hen Helm is hnvinghia recent fanner in to Mate and now it U frto from all da' aild lllgllt. weeds or impediments to the richest returns. 4th. pointed train dispatcher here. As the service was sermon on "Scriptural Baptism from a It is so thoroughly improved mat no expense win ; the K. C. south. Sliss Gkiitiudb 0. IIowaki), of Ghent, done nt a nominal cost, and was of much Hible Stand Point" printed iu pamphlet he required on It for years. 5th, The house cost' $17,000 and Is n larKe, two story brick, plendldly music teacher at the College, arrived value to our citizens, it should not have form, at tho urgent solicitation of many built, with 10 looms numerous closets and pan-- I trio, laruo hall, basement under whole house Tuesday moining. She spent thy Humbeen discontinued and an etlbrt will be who desire to have it in permanent form. and good outhoue 6th, It is only 4 mlies by mer nt the Conservatory of .Music, Cin- made t have it resumed. pike to Danvillf, Die educational centre of Ken Sirs. .Martha Clark, married nnd a tucVy 7lh, 'I lie neighborhood and socmI iur Sole Agents for cinnati. leading member of tho Flat Rock, I ml., round ings are nouhcre excelled, ith,beIt it s founu good a fine horse and stock farm as can SIiss SIinnikStiiauii returno to LouCiiKAMEUY. Sir. J. Ottenheimer purSI. K. church, is on trial, charged with oth, It iseijually as Rood fur grain' and annual yesterday to resume her position chased tho creamery plant here Wednes- taking n long ride with Nelson Young, a nops ns fur slock nnd nr.iss. toth, It has been isville Ninety In grass lor many yearn kept in a millinery. SHfb Allie Hendricks day and had it taken to Ottenheim, gay widower, and with hugging and acres lao: Iv sown In wheat hy the lay ofal; will W visquaeres the balance accompanied her for the purpose of where he will put it up and go largely kissing him. Six lady members of the reserved for of tho farm is in Brass, except corn Terms of sale easy. it ng friends. into the business of butter and cheese congregation preferred tho charges will otfer for sale a At SI iss SIakv Alcoiin has been selected making. This will give the colonisUs a against her. If Sir. Young is n gentle-ma- tract the same tunc and place about i.v a res,1 of Knoli l.ind contamini; maids of honor at the Sat- ready market for tl.elr miik nnd prove will timbered and within half mile of Junction ns one of the ho will follow tho example of the Cnv AN tin" Crops. Stock nnd Pironally, in- ,. vvSI & 1.. ..anw,... lln..l Cn.LT V.ilrtn-.ellites Hall in Louisville this fall. Sho of great value to them, while adding, we Prince of Wales. C1UU1UK ICIJ ail.i: ..,i ww. MARY II. MM.AKD 1 is a lovely little blonde nnd will do cred- - hope, to the puise of the entei prising IOIIN T l.ll.l.ARI), Exec In 3 Rev. T. P. Dudley, Jr., clerk of the ) T. U. I.II.I.AKI), M Id it to the section she represents. proprietor. Tuto's Creek Association of United of Dyeraburg. Tiito.n, SIiss hero Tuesday and conTiicstoru of Sir. Isaac Hamilton nt Baptists, wns printing of his minutes. Tenn., arrived promptly to tnke her po tracted for the by burglars Bition in the Faculty at the College. Howlnnd was entered attending the theological dtir-in- g night nnd relieved of a lot of Sir. Dudley is Her health wna entirely restored heminary at Rochester, N. Y., from A nnd other jew230 Silas Nellie Tipton gold rings, breast-pintlie vacation. any other chilled plow. Ask your neighto tho value which lie will graduate next year, when Gocd IllueOrass land, near .Millcdcexille, to rent Guaranteed to be equal to will attend elry, clothing, lints, came with SIiss Tipton nud missionary to for iS).' I'nxilcec of st eding this Fall Apply bor about it. They all like it. go ns a perhaps of $200. Kntrnncu was gained ho will probably . r.J.KOHINSON, College. to preachof tho lloor, and China. During tho summer he f iiusionviiie, rwy. Mr. Joe F. Waters, com- by sawing out a section Oun foremen, ground. There ia ed for a church away up in Wisconsin. pleted yesterday the 17th consecutive coming up from the rogues nnd they Ho is fully alive to the importance of PUBLIC SALE year of an honorable nnd highly satis- a pretty good clue to tho calling nnd ia destined to make a will no doubt bo apprehended in duo his factory acrvice on the InVkkioii Jouiinal. Uealerln.. OF A name for himself and do great good for Few men have labored bo continuously time. tho SI nster. and.faithfully ns ho nnd tho proprietor Tiieuk bus been n general shnko up in CLOCKS AND Js HUBBLE. is fully appreciative of his loyalty and t'10 train dispatcher's oilico o'n this diexcellent work. W. Cralft, the excellent vision. Mr. G. Sirs. Duncan & Menefce sold Tom A I'lCTUKE nnd sketch of tho life of christian gentleman, who hns WWrtmr Til v' At ihu mansion bo.ie o.l the premises Wood Rl Bteera weighing about 1.000 JteDfRepairing neatly and promptDr. K McDowell ColVv appears it: tho several months, has resigned, pounds for at $210. .Miss Siyra Owsley is ON TUESDAY, SEP. 15, 1891, ' I ErO-- g of tin Platte City, Slo., nnd Sir. J. SI. Scott, from tho mnin line, w ly done. Vlf current issue M doing as well as could be expected. Sir. At 10 o'clock A M., I will, as executor ol the' Lan lmark. The doctor is a native of will into his place. Sir. J. A. .Mmlil dee'd, and by au- has been out surveying last will of Thornton I'nrt'r, 11 Vine liutonville, this county, where he was Will hnve the tlrst "trick," T. A. Hico O. T. Wallace but baa failed to get it thorlly t lienor, sell al public auction tn the the O. Ball hind, will take old gold or silver in exchange ior goods. (Stanford, Ky.) itfeT born in 1S21). An appointment as treas- the second and L. M. Westorlleld tho satisfactory bo far on account of tho old coin county, fronting on thii L. .V N. R K , at (ill- urer of the .Missouri World's Fair Com- iiinl. Mr. .1. A. Bower is day copist in " contain. """ being rightly drawn up. m. " " "" pipers not j.N.MENEKEK mission is what brings him into present the olllco. ' TcisiNE Hubblo has engaged with Sir. Sillier, of prominence. Xn -- . feed his hogs at 119 Acros and 11 Polc3 of Land. 1 Tub Bijou Theatre Co., though labor- of Gurrard county, to "CITY ANn VICINITY. and improv The land is has demonstrated UJ cents. Sirs. Colonel Underwood has ing under dillbiiltlcs, The .ic.. are visit her sister, Sirs. ini. in thtee fairlv cood. parrels,tract of ia acres, one sepaintc ed hero this week that it can give a good goueto Illinois to Nkw timothy Been hi J. H. Foater'B. second of and The best selected sto k and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. g excitement is ngnin 11 poles, at the station, tho residence 38 acresacres. under nuy circumstances. Tho Sliller. of 6j Bhow the third, on which is the thus been seperatcly Boy your feeding oats of H. K. & W. members nro all clever people and do going tho rounds here, and is causing Alterthc three parcels have bo offered as a SASH, whole tract wi Hearn nnd several cura to lose their life. Wesley offered the ertirebids realizing the largest price LUMBER, II. Wenren. , and the bid or their work well, while SIis DOORS, tracts nave weigli wl.. be accepleu. All tnrcuoimese color- John 0. Core, who Uike tho leading Suttou sold 0 cattle, good ones, exLellcnt county roaa leailiuc:, Amaniia HuiacoB, a respectable SHINGLES, Cobb at 4 a froniajjeonan half a mile, in the Stanford & The ing 1,250 pounds to Richard at a distance of praiseworthy. ed woman, died nt her homo at Walnut parts, are especially Lancaster turnpike road, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. I'Iie .ile will Im ali.olute and without condi engagement of three nights closed last cents G. A. Swinebrod sold his good Wednesday. Flat, of dropsy, for sowing gialn will be given to Marksbery for 00 tions, ''The Hico For Congress" wheat at Lancaster WT.K1E at once to the purchaser, and lull possession on -, night, when, Oun Btock is complete in aH season- was presented, with prospects at this cents nnd his smutty what at 75 cents. January ist. 1S0). We carry a full stock of everything found in a TERMS OF SALE: One third cash in hand call able goods nnd you nro invited to writing that there would be a good at- Mrs. Dunbar is at Crab Orchard Spriugs when sale is made, tbo remainder in two equal inhealth. Sirs. stalments at 6 and 12 months from day f sale, X. and inspect it. Severance & Son. tendance. The company will put in to- spending a few days for her llonds with cord surety bearing 6 per cent, inspending this week terest from day of sale required of purchaser. A night at Junction B. W. Givens is and night Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract lien will ba retained on land lor the Wm. Gill, negro, ia under arrest at ROUKKT L. PORTER, City, aad next week will hold the among connections here. Wm. Hubble SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. llowland tor stealing a valise with $20 or building. Aug. 3, 891. Executor ol Thornton Porter is fixing to visit relative ia Pulaski, boards at Somerset during the lair. ol clothing from Nick Brady. worth btreet. to-da- K.O.WALTON.BUH.ManQRer FohSu.k. ly houso nnd lot on J. A. Carpenter. TiirwE indebted to me for extras nnd twino will confer n great favor by paying at once. Jo Severance, Jr. er Lin-copt- y Lou The,,,,,,,,, isville Store C.,, " nies .... ........ - ,,y nffiuo ihn nnwinfi nfihn .v ..-- niuiifura inspect ,u 1 - THE NEW STOCK Gents' Underwear, Ladies Underwear, Calicoes, Ladies', Gent' and Children's Hats, Carpets, Clotli, IkKMr-MiiK- Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Clothing, Flannels, Jeans, Trunks, Valises. IIi'H-MA.- v n, and examine our prices and garautee can save you From 25 to 50 Cents on the Dollar. GIVEN us the same time. " each customer who buys $20' s worth of from, Fine Rocking Chair. It is not necessary buy alt these goods at our purchases. in and get your and will account of THE LOUISVILLE OTJIJ1AM Semi-Portabl- c't GABRIEL, Managers. STORE Proprietor. 1 n, EllWIi: se STEEL BOILERS, 26-hor- JHI l, ne-cu- new-rout- e grand-daughte- r, TIIK LF.FFEL & W. B. McROBERTS, Supplies, Newest Styles DRUGGIST AJSTD JEWEI.ER, Complete Line of School Books, School I , n t Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. mumi :;, Best and Purest While Lead and Oils; Ready Paints and XeaVs Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil verware, Watches, Clocks 'V bhie-grax- a i t .1 . jno-luc- I '11 B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, i 11 1 ( I n 11 -- -- .'; 1 I I l - C lns .. Wed-nesdn- y FOR KENT. s i, Farm of Acres, i jj-t- B0BT. F2XTZEL, SI HI Z sc9w MWX been-chie- f -- narriTii nil, t irr n.tt lirst-cla- Worlc Warranted. Watclics a Specialty. n ss T , i?,f jjuuiuwr xaru, sreas: o iaiiiuiJu OX SInd-do- 7l it I LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, SIDING. n WOVEN AND SLAT 7S2TCS. ' f FIRST - C3CASS .., UMBER YARD. purchase-mons- y. 3 v'1 r pjpirJ- - ti.TtU- tin-y- r r, natfgrf yen let r.:y r'f,,. fjjajiy " V ;.T"CTff - Wi i vmy aft IBp-ff- l fflf yyiwp1 ; ffryyyf jaatrTTtavaK. LL Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr: Fr day A.NC3E PubllBbod Every Tueuday and tf'd PEU YBAK.IN AD-1- ' no We F? '' L. I tv i fc not yet established. Manufaetuieis exA'I?n pect to buy them about as f.ir below last year's prices its the decline that has taken K. . LOCAL TIME CARD. place in Ohio xx, which is about 2 cents Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning jK?r pound; this is about the extent of the it j:op. m. decline in similar wools in tho outr-idmarkets of the world. If any Montana L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. wools bring as much in the grease its litht la it pm Mail train going North year, it will be bcc.iu&u of their cleaner upn- South., . .1 13a m Express train" South condition than Inst year. If the im. . ., ...347 Jn rotth proved condition is as great as claimed, ...6 59 t m Local Freight North last year's prices iu the grease may be ...Spm South. jn The latter trains alio carry passengers, lvill !l'fli. Ollin lVlVi"ll4 nil. ilin linota )u The above ii calculated on standard time sourj valuL- for all other grades of American time ii about ao minutel faster ...nni a... .. pi,,,!,.,, .... uiiitiu. ... no ......, ni .; LLIllO ,,w,., ..w.b Vrin the lleeco as against !Moeiit at thi rcn time hut year marks the extent of the esei decline. Manufacturers are ready to buy Montana wools freely if they can be had on the Mime lntR Choice fine 1110 Spoclmon Cnsea. COFFISV, diuins will prolwbly ocroft'Ious Fores, at 21 cents this s it Clillord, New Catsell, Wis , vvm troubled year as uguiut cents last year, and with neuralgia and rheumatism, his eininach was OCZOSTtCS, f.44 .a was Ma .!, mi to .h oue.ii jib uiuiiijiii ;i utruko nisi year will dl rdered, his liver away atlscted wasan alarmtnf This Hotel, renovated tml refnrsttebesl. It ssosv re fell and blood cMscnsso, a tn probably not bring over ll) cents this derve,in ppelitcana sireogin, heinree turnbly es u my charge and itilesd to oassSttcl it nesn ctus etl Bsniies not tHsly stvaisiiain lis high reatitaiioi., bet u add year. Heavy line Montana, such ns r lei trie Hitters carctt mm ads, Secda! aecosaatoda-tws- i to lit long list al frit , had fcuHviird Shepherd, Harnabnrf, fssr csxuwetcsal traveler and AsH tssesws fsK brought 19 to 20 wnts hist yunr, will on hi leg ol Used i l rtiles o( E'eclrfcetcht year' susidinx. bextss the display of a tuple. Hitter Jiid evesi probably tell at 17 to 18 cents this yenr. thne s Arstics Salve mid hit lee is sound are already looking of lines ten Jooii Manufacturers A Flrst-Clas- s e;kur. Catawba. Ohio, had Saloon and well Ills' lea. elector said he around for Montana wools, and if thev five large t .urs It ivill fts ters aad And IIILLtARDand l'OOI. ItOOMS attacbed. can bo bought on parity with tho pren- - was incurable One hettle Klectrk him nostra joski'H corru tseb x llncklen Aralca Salve cared In n MImt's lint. rolteve and euro ent prices for other bimilnr wools. Sold at A. K. Penny's ttrsjf stsstss. A dispatch from Columbia, S. C.snys: outlet for them will bo very largo." thu 1). dyspepsia, nci'vous "Uncle Billy Boat, au eccentric charHOUSE, riobll'ty, and acter of Cakurus county, N. C., is dead. S'iitftnbcr WiitK. Ho was a bachelor, about eighty yours F. B. RII.EY.Proprlotor, tired fecisng. in When Baby was sick, wo pare her Caxtorlv old. His onlv cmuniiiious were two1 Fu."!r.H In thow the poultry line ".""r minds of maiiv dogs and an old negro. His real etato London, - - - Kontucky. When she n as n Child, slio cried for Castoria. uetweun uio mio consisted of 1.S00 acres of land, which he irly winter business, with the When ht became Jliss, ho clung to Culoria. " I have rnevesi to iy new Hotel arid am l.rttei will cure you. itq i,.i o.,fo loff . i.?u rneNirtd than evert aecssmiissdalo the pubic immediate prospect of the shows, and When tho had CUI! 'ren, she gave thctu Castoria, which was thought to hold thousands of Good and every convenience de sired. Give me a call. dollars, but when it was opened the only the exciting time of incubation and . FRANK RILKV. 7; A. S. money found was a nickel. However, in caring for the young chicks in tho spring. drawers, in old cupboards, in Iu a certain way tins is true, but there 13 bureau SURGEON DENTIST. pitchers and jars, in old clothes closets, a host of work to bo done this mouth if B. McRoberts' flfTire on Main street, over wft. y in old stockings and in cracks in his me luncier wouiu not nnu it au coming Drug Store, Stanford upon him later iu a lump. This is the miserable houso was found $10,000 in ; time for the hens to moult, although , besides a D. S. gold, and bullion large quantity of gold sometimes it is a month earlier, aud darPetsoa ire hereby f rhidden to A.h In m lake, R. C. MORGAN, D. and a few hundred doldust t miles West of iynbur. , umler the penalties ing this oieration they nhould be well inescrihpsl fur such trespass lars in greenbacks. DENTIST. J AMIS McWllORIKR, "In the seuich a package from a Char-lott- o taken caro of. As the eggs laid at this Vcemite, K svjos UK. Office on Main street, opposite Pcrtman House, bauk was found containing $700 time are almost never used for incubaupstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless ' II tion, it is n good plan to separate tho Hwr fSiujt uyi that had never been opened. This was rWKniHES'oe """'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. received by him in 1SS0. Ho had com cocks from the hens, both being tanefited and bacon on hand four years old, and by the change and coming out in better JrO'US'JMTrl y V X.Vve3 some hay that had been stacked for condition later in tho full. The rule of lluntiNO SHELTON HOUSE, twonty-fivf years. He mado his will separating the hexes has been for several tR?Pir ZTC only three weeks ago, and there is much years practiced by breeders of the heavier We will deliver ics. each as;lMlors It D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, iJ talk of contesting it, for some of his km varieties, but itinuearlyas advantageous iu the smaller breeds, like Leghorns and Under 50 Pounds 1A cents, ovor have been left without anything." Houdans. American Poultry Yard. 50 and under 1001 cent, over accommodations at reasonable rates, 100 i,s ol a cent. Choked by a Cow's T.ill. utght. Sample room and good livery Open day and l'olnt of tlitorrst. in connection A peculiar and fatal accident occurred An English stock writer declares thnt jM. recently to the ELKLN & CO., son of Mr. the American trotting horso owos more Tnunal Carter, who lives four miles CTOOXC'S to tho Hackney blood 111 him than to any UUI IU Ul IUVVU. 1I1U 1IIUU H'llUW V.13 IU Ky. a beautiful valley on Dix Rl e,tv ro"dl , the hablt of drinnir the cows to pasture oihtir 6traln "I)on which 10 hab ,lrawu- Situated in Sijr of itantora, near ,ne ' milejeast The sudden and excessive fattening of rf f" II I d Preach- - every moniiniT. and one inorniiiB after qui- II I ersvtiie pike, will be open for those seeking aHrst- - im i,,i eilten bia breakfast .,he started off breeding cattle is an injury to them and ...,. ... , , .. ni..nt nn.t hmlthful Summer Hesort .. Statistics show thut one in focii has a senous one. to guests Willi HIS COWS as usual. AOOUC 1111 llOlir ciassTccomrnodailonsvv.ll be furnished k' weak or first symprecently open. Judges oujht not to award premiums toms are diseased Heart. The and.as the Springs have been very Arnonrf the y later a member of the family Went ill short breath, oppression, flutterclc, the terms will bo reasonable search of him, and was horrified to peo to breeding cattle if they are extremely ing, faint and hungry spells, nnin in side, amusements will be danciaj, boatlnc, hshlnj, when eic. Carnaje will meet guests nt Rowlandwith a a cow dragging the almost lifeless body fat, then smothing. swollen nnfclcs, dropsy notified The season ol J891 will open can be over the held. The boy had tied tho "We cannot have too many sheep or (and death,;is for which Dr. ililcs. New Grand Picnic June 19. Terms for board rmv'a rnil nrrmml liio tinnb ninl tlin rntv at least me not likely over to have too Heart Cure Fine a marvelous remedj had by addressing flit ' 'WM - COOK, Pror., Stantord, Ry. ft gentj0 one j,aa )eC0lne frightened and many of the right sort," fcays The Ohio book on Heart Disease, with wonderful P ',.s.ar9- ti f i .i fi? cures. FUEK at druggi'ls, or address ran off, dragging tho little fellow with Fanner. V'Ih Dr. Jlllf Medical Co.. Elkhart. Indiana. Co. her. The little tellow was released only The diplay of beef cattlo prepared for I or tale by A R Penny, Stanford by cutting tho cow's tail, and was barely the county and state fairs this fall is un' alive. Louisville Couner-JournaOr STANFORD, KY usually lino and attractive. It shows DR. W. B. PENIS' V, i that the beef cattlo interest is lookIs now fully organized and ready for business with A Tough Mule. ' ing up. The vitality of the mule is little short Paid up Capital of - - 5200,000. of amazing. In Memphis one fell twenty-fiv- e Once more hog cholera has dosconded OiTice Soi side street, in office reently 15,000.' Jf&Hl Snrplus, feet down an opening in the street. on the stockmen ut Waterloo, la., for vacated hv th L, lata JW llutfiuan, Stanford, Ky, Dr ' M J5r one place. It lauded on its head and, the hole being .P1 J ?'l .KJ-The mission of pure bred beef cattle is LINCOLN NATIONAL narrow, it was unable totchango its posiSUCCESSOR to THE DR. . II. COOK, OF STANFORD, tion. It was bupposed that the beast had to bring up the common btock of the nteer PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, country so that a fat &ttJtte :'f&7Z7ir- V . fNowclosiug up) with the same assets and under broken its neck, as a sharp, clickin , tin t.inM " - t r "JH iytAJ rment. noise was heard when it struck bottom, shall weigh l.fiOO pounds instead of 800 STANFORD. KY. Mlletad?proi.w mrsSuon" After half an hour tho mule was hoisted or 000. Puie bred bulla will work the Wi.iiil fully individually nut hv tin. lipoid mill linil nn rh nlnmen tn n rnr nrtniit Officover M(.R3berts Drue St'ire RenJene si. .lt its shareho ders Denis w . . .i. Having renn ve my nar' er vi op l" tnc torn .A..t rti ,hir Kttvrl; shw. .a MVTonr m ijie dumuui v i.i-i- . James L i)cni jiroiwrty at tho junction nt llus- no signs ot lite, tint, iiotwitli-III ti !, I am .r tOLrlUt x0 ),og in any counlrv cau compare to lanviuc ana ianviuc 111.0 t' 'It at Bi j ijite la therein nt the par value thereot, in addition to the it snowed dies as Weil j 2iitlrili in fiivthmtr they ml) It amount invested in such shares. Ac., may fullj as standing, it was given brandy liberally, tj1B ieal American hog "of loug descent, as wish in mj line (liliim i.n M .executor, administrator, Uustte, and in a little while, to the surpri.e of The best Uiigliah breeds bhow defective M. C11A1G ",nTod!holeawho entrusted their buis.nes. to us the thousand spectators who had col- points alongside of him. Bank o vlule tnnagius. the L.ncoln .S atioual........... -- -lecieu, me muie rose 10 us leei aim Homoopathio Physloiau, A hog breeder shvm he has this Hiiinmor vve we Here lenacroui 111a.11. Stanford, their bus uuss trust they will continue to transact prompt atten-.;"- " walked off as though nothing unusual the finest show of spring pigs ho over S1ANIORI), -KENTUCKY guarantee for offering as a years oapeneiice in had happened. Philadelphia Ledger. had, and he lays it to the fact that he did o..r ,. i.i.- tentv are con- m ; t to j p ro , t to as Office .i i'.'i IJaallKIU nuua not overcrowd either sows or pigs with 9 P m Hours to to is a Suiiiiiior I.evenc. ,V M sistent with sound banking. !s.iipi Valley Co,"h D. ' Ofln-on Lancaster street, opposite court house N'enort News food until tho young animals weio to 0 Solid Vest i uIihI I rams to Tradesman (to old gentleman who has weeks old. Tnen ho gave thum all they DtRECTORs: v')r purchased a lawn mower) Yes, sir, I'll wanted. Phlladoiphla J.J. Williams, Mt Vernon; oil it and send it over iinm J.M Hall, Statilord; Qnltimoro, Nov York, BRICK. LIME AHD In the butchers' trade there ii one Customer (imperatively) No, no, no! J. S. Ow.l"), Stanford; All (loints Last aud Southeast. S J. Embry, Stanford; it mustn't be oiled! I won't have it grade of beef cattlu known as ".ausage Onl) one nilit out Irom lesmttton, I w II deliver Li ntatis Cent a Hushel Its J.K Lynn, Stanford; oiled! Mind that! I want noise! And, bulls." Tine Card in EMcct May iS, ikVai. St.iiifi.iil ind the neighlKirhiKl. A. W. Carpenter, MHled;cvllle; look here pick me out a nice nuty one. I n ill also , ad on cars at Crah Clichard, llriclc J. K Haushman, Huitanville; IMy neighbor's children hoot and yell till ; at 75 cents a hundred Cue me a ch,tm.e. J F. Cash, Stanford urntslanUs. 3CliHt Jlouiul. 10 o'clock every night, so (viciously) William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. KKIJ" KHLEGKR, CrahOnhwd sj(.m Mr M. L. Hare, ot Indiauapolis owuer of the 1'aat Mall leaves I.einto datSy . I mean to cut my grass from 4 till 0 alxive larm, "1 have tried all the diffr-Lr.u . WinchwIairS as. Ml ainrHW 8 sa. Olive I till 10 40 S.IL Shtnks, President rcuvttdiea svtivertised for removing curbs, every morning! .Exchange. 11. Uwaley, tJa.nter AshUsul u is pw, Catletuburg it tt, arrlvitig t splints and buoches. I feel ife in savim that have over IIntlnt;ten it jopw (mi nn's Ointment is by far the best' W. M. Bright, Teller l.iwltwl lixprne. leaves Laxingion dai'y at 6 it Cltj I.lKlitiii from Siniill Station. ud " Dealer lu I'oicisn A. Domestic pm vvincncsierToo. Mt sieruns; 7 ,, (.'live inn J. H. lUuhman, G'niral Hook Kteptr. The city of Glasgow is considering the 03, AshUml 1030 CtlttUburT i.Mi. arrtvln( Mllua' Nervo and Livor Pills untingloa at it r establishment of an electric lighting sys- - Art nn si now nrlncirile roeulatinir the liver. WINKS AND LIQUORS, Iv. eireot Sunday, leave Acrtijutodalion l t newlhr?V,gh tho ne rvM buildings and the ' st.m-c- h and tem. u' which private ! win hester 7 and Milwaukee battled I exintfton at 5 4s pm,(l,v Hill at 10 ro, Mt. Scum & Arkorm-in'cure biliouspas g at NA 7 45. arrivli I)uWictieets shall be lighted. In this r.TJta,1,', 12& W. cotitlipauon. beer, V4 Ki,t Jetfersoii street, bet Floyd and Aceunimodatl n, daily extpt Sunday, lesvs Steam bottled ISVILLE, K uiallott. Prestoii, 1"rniial-r- f for men. woiuen. children , WiHcbuster uunueciioii me as companies in itiu cuj m OF STANFORD, KV it to pm, Ml My xooos Ivington at 11 warranted have tnnde a unique suggestion iu pro- - frit; it A surest Ft ty dos s cent Samples lieer, he found jtto keep lx n.onlhs saloon and Sterlilte: o, pm Daily leave. Olive Hill 645 am' will R IVrny's the Portman House Ashland 8 45 am, Catlsxtshuig 9 04. artlvus ifunt ' " at I crrill Rros' , Rowland. posing that small electric substations! ingtjn 9 15 am, operated by gas motors shall bo placed Capital Stock Veit 3IomtI, An exc!lent T?orRKNT 1 1 at numerous points. New York Tele- r U IV CAILifj finely Improved, 10$ acres, on Faat Mail leaves I luiilttsjf toti dally at oo am, I OA 10,500 gram. Catlotttbuig o , Ashland 6 37. Olive Hill 8 M. Mt Surplus pike. 3 milev frum dipot. Mil lfk it Uwnlkv StsilinR 10 7, Winchester 11 oj and arrives tnvited to tfte tact sWWhen not paid $2.50 w'll ve eharRed." ,. For Bo:!s3 Furnpu carbuncles, cl'.or take ikyet s,arsap&rzsia thai the strangest discovery was mado in Colchester a fow days ago, viz., that, after having been buried twenty-on- e years, the body of Miss Flora Hume is in as perfect a condition ns the day sho died. Twenty-onyears ago the lady died in St. P.tul of pneumonia and tho body was brought to Colchester and buried iu tho Argyle cemotory. That cemetery has long sinco fallen into disuse, and recently it w.is laid out in nicely improved giounds. Tho few graves in itweiore- moved, nnu among the dead was tlio body of Mis Flora Hume. It was in closed in a metallic case. This wns cov ered with a heavy coat of rust. When the cover was removed thero lay the body intact. The features were readily recognised by relative, and the clothing looked perfectly frt h. Even at ribbon of delicate tint about the neck was as bright and fresh as whun it had been firot put on. The face w.h not in tho least discolored, and the hotly was full and round. In fact, the corpso looked as though it might have been buried only a fow hours. Quincy (111.) Herald. e Motitnim 'VVimiI, Not Return to Must. A firm of commission merchants has Jinny strange things liavo been told this to Mty about tl prospects for Ing concerning the secrets of the grave. wool in the Mountain ist.tte: "Soiaj as far Within the past few months discoveries received, the .staple uprears to bo tatter ri and Iowa grown than have been made in jear and with less dust that people have been buried alive, but in it. Tho prices for Montana wools are I)nr Mi-sou- THE Tito H . lt - ,i - i J j j Cinciumti via Toledo and Detroit and the (airy V JCUiSVIllt NlWAlBA1,TCHirAM!rJo- Containing 1 acres, islam' of Mavkinac and the Northern Lake reort e son. Thee cars TO has been resumed for the TK WALTON, Stanford Itave CUviPtiJUl every evening except Saturda), erniseisy- at 10 o'cl..l.. arriving at MaiUiiiaw at 6 w ihe neit eveiilnjr Frora "v place nearStan-O- l hor Mtes ticket, etc . nddrtss any C., II. .v I' Cj'PP 1 ViU foro, a small old red And agentorK O MiCornuck iteueral passenger and heiler. with white spot ill forehead and horns Ik ket Kcnti Cincinnati, O pitching forwartl I will satisfy any one lor her ALL return or for intnrmatutn furnishes! tne at Crab POLS' IS Bucklen's Arnica Salve Orchn-W. T nr W 1' Walton, Manford ,vd jK4t salve in the uirld for cats. btuist. The best sore, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, utter, chapped hands, khllbUiBt, corns and all skin crup tlons and positively cues piles, or no pay reqmr I n Piillwaa Vtstltnlwl linrTet Slepts and ed. It i jru.rsr.ir'wl to irive poffKt satlsfMthjt, llHrTet Chair drs ssn all trnins thtnugli te Prn.i 5 tents per Uv or mone CHcato without chiPzr. Kor sale by A K. I'ennv, StMttord, Ky. the Hest far the least On via the Mushm and tneney. For in formation address In the corporate 1, nits o RowUnd. Now Try This IAS HARK KU.fi. P. A.. Chicago n ithmg and wilt surrlv dove-It will crt W C. CRl'SII.D V A . Lom.vnie It I UARSf, Rowland. . or trouble with a cou-gocxl If hai lung li, I)rcui Kuig"anyNew Dcov-e- r X Ihroil, chest uf IP VOU ARE (JtHTHJ. lor Consurnpnon, Cough. ui Cold. i guaranteed to give rebel or mone) vsill be paid hack hum- - trv from La Grippe fvune it JiHt the thing and undw its lm had a speed)- - and perfect id . n 1 rr 1 .smelt 'wtile at sir e am f,.r v ourael! lust bow wood a tlunc it is 1 ri ',siiswssastasjMssmsfasjaiall,lslsaississ.ssajsairi botilss free it A It 1'esniijr sdr?ture, al SIANrOKI), U , sue o cents and fi io thtoush sleeping carservice overtheC, I) aid Michigan Central Railroad tHtwctn Through Car to Mackinaw. C H. & D. FOB, SAXir UHCUrU-iD., Lot on Main Street in Stanford lA t u. WllJT 't For S&lo I'all-ma- Twenty HuilHn?; I.ois PORTMAN HOUSE, ii ' JOSSPIZ Pro'r. 2-- J 1 1 e I 41 1 I .. - - J 1 i mm Loui&viiit rvatHviLtc la the line f r im: n. n. 111 ran-ru- n juu, as its IJotible Dnlly Trains Make ib)i coiumtloHs at 1 ; 11 j7-- u LOUISVILLE And 0I1ICINNATI I'nr all points THE RILEY TIIKOl'i.H HAf.OAOF a- -s riCKI is s(t r. 1HRL(.H CIHtKLO fssssVJ Has OuresS Gthors PRICE, ni,. f'-- "' " ". Iii lor Or W J ll irf'rmation ee iiiire of I M IS1MI '!.t, !Unf r ' Kv. N.S, Trv Pas Atftrt J 11 M Cty Kv I.lver)-attache- FW l TCe v "WAKTIlTa. V 1 Mini jfy?r. . m ? &$iiH riiifegSSB w& J THE ik o Tm HBllSliSE-a- 2SH3M K. ll i I ICE7 TOE f. Stanford, I Ttt t MaklnR Rowland, First-clas- s Kentucky. 94-- j SPHIN'GS ma-u- seven-year-ol- d I J ISriinT HiCCROC i SJlorHalCa fan mm Dentist.' I. lLYJ lSrAcJ St Louis, New YorU, for Chicago, Mivht(ati Points. ItMflaU, LUveUnJ. Drttoit, InJUnapoHs and tho West, rw t.nsJUM, Canada. i dirr t CMs'oYTJU Central I'nioude tti ns in liOKtOJt, illvMllVlil ; , t Solid 1 rims, hatfrat v cats smoklnif cirs and ceerhes, 1'ullman ituJoir l'rners thuuih with out chinire via Chsttan oca. Ifirmlnirham. Merid Ian matin; direct connection en route lor Knot, ville, Avhevillv, LTnchburv and points in the At Chxttanoesta for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmin; iMvannan, 'n, Cnarle.iuu, Ai(isu, ltiinwiix, Lai e I ity, I boiuatviUeatfd FI.URI DA points 1 he onlv line tunnini' solid trains with choice P illaiaii Ieiuuotr or Palace Mveiiin Cars to Jack. vine vvitthiMX rnanc lor an) tia 01 ascn NEW WshlHi(lim, llaltimore, Pbiladtlphli, OuKkelt time to lUrrud ,lnirg, Krankhtri, K) Richmond, MRGIMA Shori'st ana Qui iest I ne to IDlRJLEAKr it'AEDMMS, Ma, tin-i n3 J- - V- J i AltmW.-TJ- Farmers Bank&Trnst 3H3ffi'S l. I I 1 tforr fi ssSf,i '), )Tlii w4sS' WT tEssssssssssssssssVMsflr 1 w W?: mrz.zgy. 'KT htrsor lwKai(: "vrlma ana MonijiMiierT. lliint.ville, Decstur, All k ANSAS (funis rl rcn Mrm hi. ,mrt't ijiiiikdl to An ri ln Selmi, ! ,Mo-- 1 I 1 at NKW OR. FANS without omniluis traasfar for t.islvestaa M. ...ton. Austin. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Theonlr IhtouKh line Jsik.on and uksburf, SX, La ,iinLn,ir.i-- i roi,,if.tlon . without onnirius trxstslrr lor Dallis turt Wor'h, Austin 4ii ivntoni'., tu I v ana pilots iu le Willi t conuc-tns Made I t- - h"'! TEXAS, Af,IZ0NA,MEXIC0,CALIF0RNIA. I . B . a. -- - t Tr.vsj sT , nc-i- &&& i Jiixiln Citv, Ky oraUUr.sv IRlSl. , IWOOLLM, Tiav Pass At exington, kv 1) MIIIFR. I) .. EDWARDS, inljtm.ui nl i,r ihtuugh rules it. (.all on 1 Ai-- irrc t at uunly V maps and lit, a .- 1 liar... M iii,--r , aa 1 I l.iiKii.riti ( ti P. A-- T A . D. e JOHN -- - Psfcgii.. Kentuoky Central R.S! "ll4lTJ'; til'AHH KOL'TK." Tho Shortostt nnd Qulckoat Ho ito from Central KMtuok to nil polntd North BitHt, Wont Hiid South Wont Fun Ltnabetvro.m Loxlngton und Oinoln-iiaU- . THROUGH TR MN'xCIN'CIVNAII I() MID DLLM'tOKOl'LlI and J ELI IC SCHEDCLEIN MAY ii.ilvi No L SsHith-Boun- j : .'..... -r !0LD KY. B0XTTS Washington, Corre-.ted 1 j j , Ijsn-cust- tr No. 3 I N i Ex. Sun, I j . ' svnt-'S- Pt I 1 H. .FlcSasaTES. s Air Arr Lancastsr. Arr Sunford.. I.ve Lv Lve Arr Arr Lve Arr I.eaiagtoB .. Paris . .' ..". Winch rate Cincstsisati -- I Csvviagtoi.. 3 I'ainsouth... 9 Pans it . , u 11 rJ Illchmenl . . s ' 4 a a a a 19 p as a in 10 p n 10 41 it ll Daily m 8 03 p m I b p m 9 16 p asita 3 p ta'ti ca p Kx Sun J 06 m 4 ja ra 6 id in j-ns in i '3 p m j' p m p m 13 1 m 1 p ro p m 41 If la I 7 5S p i n m p m P FIRST 3lM. BftiM 3200,000 . !ler-Im- Lire RiehmsHsd Arr LlviitiStoii. N'Ofth-IlouB- j Lve Middlt.rxiru il. i 7 ii 'S p P ns 1H 31 p m -- kl-s- t, No, 6 J I l 13 4 N'o. a m a in 1 N'o.r :x;"" rnn Jr'e ," ' mum, to tell th' Cures cuts, brunts, old sores, skin dueases, pilea, fistula, scratches halter feel much respect for cntis, bunions, can't turns, dew poison and bruises Wherever it lias "y tiponlo what tiava tllB 111" Tiricps 1 r'linrfn lnea uved it lits given wonderful satislactun and .(...., m nennsitnrs. ,, , an.?v!.. .n.ntution. onirinsily established as the its propensity lor removing aoreness is remarkar.e ,,,,.,i..f ,.,., i. ..t.. " ".iuijunnuua t i,ivv:. ul ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and rieDOsitliaiikof btaniord in 1858, then e -- .l XT l"u 1Tfl.t-- w.ll appear in this space at a later date. Made . xew i out vv N animal Hank ol atanioru in Rank of b aVa.nre'c.Drg;nt-daSlhe , , I'im National ai$Jiyr J. 11 HIGOINS, Stanford, Ky. TiMrtiravnti nniliter- An old Irish woman, Mrs. Hurley, has existence of jear. It It better supplied prompt recently died in California, at tho ago Voir with laciltliea for tratisaaniK business of ..NOTICE TO THE. Ivirid liberally thmever before in its lone Mid ono hundred and eight, who always s?!,.Tr,rihle career Accounts, of corporations, r to the U is Attention of onlyF National Hank in Stanford that thU is tho Bank Act. Under the provisions of the National the capital by Tcured not only liahltiy lor ioPcl.Tutby the stockholders depovitor of so amount eqU to the stock, o athat - v. iu.vsr, this instiiution are secureu . Not In tlio Wood. , Summer Boarder I think, consider-fiithe price I ji.iy and tho poor accommodations you have, you might at least t. S mm imm salvf. "W 'A!"?? r... u.ted Sutc. tjov ern- - j iMrs. Hayfork-W- ell, I t 7t" Sd . fida-curi- ef, t firms and Individual, respectfully sol.col Vhe Directory of this Hank is composed T ' J. Foster, of Stanford; county ; Lincoln Forestua Reid, J. W. IUyden, Stanford; S. H. llaughman, Lincoln; . ' prided herself upon tho fact that as a child she had been kibsed by tho patriot Robert Emmet. Sho could distinctly remember the Irish rising, under the French general, Hoche, in 1793. ' Seven of the nino justices of the supremo court now occupy their own houses in Washington, and tho other two, tho now Justices Brown and Brower, will fioon Iw Eiiailnrly hituated. TRAVELING PUBLIC. I have opened in connection with my Hotel, the M.J.MulerMt Vcrn0: S. ' , , T Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hooker Stanford; C. A. Lackey, Linceln; T. T. Hill.SUinford; ETfflS First-Clas- s HOXTS3E, BAHBEE&OASTLEMAK A livery Stable, Brand horses make ny '. w i , W. G. Welch, Stanford. Tate, Stanford W I. If ' OFFU'EKS: S. Hocktr, President; J. ,ohaJ, McRoUtrti, Cash'r; Cashier A A. Mfliinnty, Aitant taugled up iu tho reins, biit you do not, and they will probably tell you so. When in tho oauntry you mayimagino that you help tho haymakers by jabbing tho horses with the pitchfork and getting new vehicles and flesh blooded stable ct mparc with AndolTcrthc services or it to the public. In The Best Give metho Country. a call. P W GREEX, Preptietcr AU BURNS, Manager L e Stanford . . . 7 ajs Lve Lancaster 7 Arr Richmond. 10 V at nut pm YUUS OF LINCOLN TOT AX-Plimited Kxpresleavo4 llun'lnatnn Uailvot ao Lve Richmond.. is 46 p in 6 03 a m I am prepured to collect you tanea for 1891. 1 40 p in have school tax to o4lcct lor 12 districts. pm, Calls tlabuts; J9, Ashland 130. Olive Hill Arr Winchester 55 a in p Arr Paris a 111 Come prepared to pay all at one time I hope 301, Mt Meilluj 431, Winchester 4 38 and arrive 1s w. except Sunday, leaves Lve LexUston . 3 no P in 7 00 a in 3 45 P m will try to be firat to settle at HXIimi ai that every iUy Arcniiunodation, with me or one of in y deputies viz. Richard M. Lve Parts - 45 n m 7 51 a in ( 15 Olive Hill 4 am Jit. hter Itnir o j. vv iiicnestur I.ve Falmouth I"" N'evvlatid, Samuel W. Meaefee. O 31 4 10 a m n 30 7 it ami arrives at Loxiliaton at 8 eC mil. I. is ,vir..iif rr.. Arr Covington, . 5 4 P m 1049 a m 5 37 P m p 6 AccoTSrrodatlonil'illy leaves Huntiii(ton nt6 3$ Arr Cincinnati . SKbiifT of Lincoln Co, 3sN" 5 SO P in 10 SS a m 6 43 p iu pm, CatlettsbiirK 657, Ashland 7 10 and nirives ut Olive Hill S$ pm. I'.xcopt bunday leaves M t On theMaysvilIe Uranch, No 10. leaves Pans at A G Lanham John It. Castleman Sterlins at to pm, Winchmter JJ and arrives a 7,J5.na,dNo. 12, at 6 tj ji m, arrlvinn at Lexington at 1 45 prn. Maysvilleat 1010, am, and 830, p ra. No. a Limited Vestibuled Express runs daily iind Lax leaves Maysville at 3 30 a m, arriving at Pans at No Pullman Vestibuled lluffit Sleepers between Lou 7 40,an. Paris 11 leaves Mavsville at 150 and at 4 10. p m. These trains ar tsville, Lextncton, Wahinsion, New York and arrives at daily except jMiniliy, Old Point Comfort. This train it made part of the No i, dally in ill points except Rowland Dlv is- celebrated inn, wnicn isnnny except hunday. No runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati No. 1 runs ilailv Huntington on the C. A-- O. Route East of No 5 runs daily from nil stations except the Fast Mail I rains run daily except Sunday between Lexington and Hunliiizton. Make direct Kmv lam! Division, which is daily except Sunday No 3 daily exeent Sundav. connection at Huntington with C A O ; at Ash No 4vlaily botM.-eCincinnati and Lexington land wnli S. V. R. J at Winchester with K C R No 43 Puis and I.exln'tu Accommodntioii ilai-lR, north and south bound, and at Lcxtuitton with Leavca Lexington 10 00 a. m Arrives Pans C , N. O. A-- T. P. Rallrcnds. L A V , L 5 and 10 43 a iii I exitiKton and Olive 1 ill Accommodation daily No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinexcept Sunday. Connects at Winchcstir to anj Lexiugtor. with L. & N. nati 5to pm Arrives Falmouth 7 03 p m dally from K. C points and at except Sunday, R. R. for Louisville. No. 1 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a m. Arrives CinLexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday MANAGERS, Sunday, and makes direct runs dally except No. a and Omako connections at Winchester for Winchester to and from Mlddhsbor-oug- h V the N. tt Commerce Building, Louipville. Ity and Richmond, and at Lexington w 1th L. S. point aoncarriesN.throughM carsR'y, E. D No. from Cincinnatito for Louisville. Middlesboatogh nrrii mrrmationin ofrreardor to rates, routes. termeillateTtatiousand Cumberland Cap aud all in. Agents t'jjcuffliout the South. unil runs daily. this connecting; lines &c , apply to any agent W. L MUN.SON. Trav. Pass. Act.. Cincinnati. S. K KNOTT, C. P. ATMORE, C. L. IIROW.V, Vl F HUNTINGTON, Frailic Manager. Cifii Pais, Act G P A., V P. and G SI , VT. General ollice, Louisville. Kv. Lexington, Ky. S. r. 11. MORbE, Geu'l PaisVr Avt.. W. S. HARRISON. HARNEY, G W. STANFORD. KV. G. M Lexington, Ky, T, P. AAibIand, Ky Office Chamber ol Commerce Lex-Ingt A TASE3 tax-jiaj- TA2S3SS Lve Middleaboro l,ve Livinicstoii. Arr Kicliincd. COU.V-T- a i 00 a in 50 a ra m 13 a 111 SSI 1 1 , 1 -- 1 11 JJL 11 1 1 ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL.. iiisuranee Company, F. F. V. 1 1 nt A. TBIBBLB, Local Agoa'. l!uildin-,CincInrj- r u