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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891091101 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. jkii.?"Wf,tt", V 5s - .is t vi- - r f. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. UDEnTY, OASEY COUNTY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ll. 1891. NO. 55 MATRIMONIAL MATTER S. The protected meeting of tlie Ah uhurI wo had n lively time lurl week nt the Institute. Prof. J. W. Christian church, at Junction City, be Newman, of the Ky. UnlvtTsity, thoimh gins Saturday, hep. Vi, and will continue youthful looking, presidfil with much indefinitely. Services nt : f. m. and 7:150 ability. Profs. James HuH", J. II. Allen I. M. During his two years here Itev.T. J. nnd It. II. Drown, of the Janie Wash Institute, also gave vnlitnlile help in our Godlwy has endeared himself to all our people, who are very sorry to have him exercises. In tho closing work tlio leave. He will go to L.ttiriiugo resolutions were ndopted : Ut.60i.vici), That the teachers of Casey to preach Sunday, but will not move his county tender their sincere thanks to family till next week. The strident New York Voice Is Prof. Newman, of the State Normal, for the able m miner in which he hits con scolding th churches for not joining it ns political machines for the promotion ducted our Institute When the churches go 'J. That wo extend our thanks to our of prohibition. V. Honking for the Into politics religious support will go out hiipcriiitcudent, J. ctllcient manner in which hoisdischarg-- of the churches. Cincinnati Commer.nu the duties of his olllce, and his cour cial During n protracted meeting at teons truHtment toward the teachers. Crano'd Creek church, near Mt. Sterling, :i. We would thank the people of Lib erty for their ondeauns to make our s ivenil toiiirh characters tried to break stay pleaxHiit and profitable, nml espeei- - up the services bv drawing their pistols, nllv to the church for tlie use of their! knives, jc , but they were finally ejectorgan, and to Mrs. Lntira Wilkinson an ed. A number of women fainted during the melee. organist. -- Tho old minute book of the Tate's J That our thanks are due to l'rof. Cieuk Ahcoeiation containiiigthe records Hull', of Jfinie Wash Institute, for his lecture on "The Teacher nan Moulder of from 1701 to 1S31 bus been loet. The association appointed T. P. Dudley, Sr., Character." 5. That we tender our thanks to l'rof. Waco. Thou. Thome and A. T. Chen-uniItichmoud, and U. W. Kvans, Crab Newman, I). Kdpar Foiclc, l'rof. Hrown, a committee to rvearch for it. nnd l'rof. Allen for interesting orations Any one knowing of the book or any nt uttr reunion. (i. That a copy of these resolutions be trace of it will confer a great favor by rcntto I.vtkhiok JoiMiNWi., Danville Ad letting the committee know. The last vocate ami Jamestown ltecord for publi- heard of it, it was in the possession of Kev. Win. Owsley Uoodloe wheu ho left cation. MoLUK Hl'MrllKKY, I.unt Fooi.x, It. Lancaster to go to Indiana. According to statistics furnished the L. VuTiiKRraui), J. C. Lay, Committee. Everything has subsided down to last association the Stanford Baptist During iuietues now, but we had lively times chinch was constituted in the yeiir eight members were received last week. It is well known that Jest Hrown Is ruuaiug two hotels hem one by biptisin, five by loiter and one was 10 were dismissed bv letter. for the benefit of the trnvtding public, restore-!to furnish lodgings for those were excluded nnd three died, leaving the other who have made the State nngry. Mis the totnl membeiship Bo. The Sunday hotel on the corner is now getting pretty School numbers '' olllcers and teachers s of itsinmatos are ho and I 'J I scholars. The church subscripfull. results of the conflict going on between tions for nil purposes amounted to ?1U7,-SIt has the largest membership nml the Vigilant Committee, or law nnd or der men of Mtddlcburg and vicinity, contributed more than any church in and the salooniMs of Yoscmitc. Which the association. Hie meeting nt tho Presbyterian will dowu the other U uUustiou of time. church conducted by Rev. K A. linden The one that has the mint "backbone" We do not use appears to be crowing in interest, though Is jeiie' ally the victor the term "vigilant committee" in nu of- the visible results are small. Mr. linden fensive sense. We do not intimate that is one of the best young preachers in it is a eimilnr one to that established in tiie church nnd is destined to make his San Frnncitoo way buck in the o()'h, to mnrk high on the line of an able ministake the administration of law in its try. He will probably leave own hands; but if we utulcrutmid its as he wishes to go to Kansas City tov atpurpose, it is to watch ami dtret of tend a farewell meeting of missionaries fenders and aid, abet and sustain thoe before sailing for China, from San Franin oinciai auinoriiv. nro. iowimg ticems cisco on the --tith. Be v. L. 0. Spencer, to be a loading spirit on thelawside, nnd of Louisiana, will take charge of the if tlieie is enough material of the same meeting Monday, ami later we filiull kind to back him, we are of the opinion have Bro. Joe Hopper's assistance in song an prayer. that th liquor party ought to pause The Conference at Harrodsburg adthey put thomstdvtis in determinod journed Wednesday to meet in Middlos-bor- o oontlict with the State. We were an next your. Following nre the apeye witues to it hiuiilnr eonteft in the Dallas, Texas, in S:t, between pointments for this, the Danville Discity of the gamblers and the law, but on a more trict: J. Band, I K. huge ovale. The gamblcis almost hold Danville, l A. Sowell. own-eritual power in Dallas then. They ll.irrodaburg. J. 0. A. Vaught. propmuch money and valuaole city lVrryville, W. T. Itokler. gilded halls, Ax, and were erty in the Mackville, L. G. Wallace. Mutftim'd bv the leading commercial Chaplin, II. 0. Wright. houses of the city. .Some of the lending biwronceburg. W. T. I'oynter. oity papers openly countenanced them, Salvisa, K H. Godhey. and none fought them with determinaJessamine, W. W, Green. tion except the Dallas Mercury, hi which Bryantsville, T. B. Cook. respondent iu then enyour oliiee Stanford, W. K. Arnold. gaged as a writer. Tlie Ramblers plied Bichmond, F. S. 1'ollitt. their avocation openly. Thero was a College Hill, W. J. Dorar.. youiiR, scrubby lookiuR, obscure lawyer Someiset, S. W. I'eoplus. by the name of Charles T. Clint, whom Crtiutown, to he supplied. of Dallas looked upon thebiR hwvers Morelaud, W. Waldrof. with contempt, and often treated linn High Bridge, W. B. Kagan. with discourtesy when pleadliiR on opCumberland Gap district wns divided posite eidus before the bai. who became n candidate for county attorney and into two districts. Middleoboro District, T. J. Mulntvre, pledged himself, if elected, ho would gambling dens. Somehow P. i:. aupprrss the Jackson District, C. F. Oney, P. K. the people had confidence in him and Muldlesboro, K. G. Mann. elected htm. The grand jury, being Piuovtllc, J. M. Johnson. decomposed mostly of old farmeis who Meadow Creek, K. J. Terrell. him. Many tested the gamblers, backed London, F. K. Struve. of the city who s citizens of tho Cartersvllle, G. T. Bagan. law and order organized themloved Manchester and McKee, W. B. Bagan. selves into u Vigilant Committee to deHazard and Hyden, 0. J. Chandler. tect violations and aid tho officers. Then Harlan, G. K, York. Clint went to work. Jlefore ho became Jackson, E. II. McClure. attorney they were fined and sulicretl to Cainptou, F. Q. Suvage. open saloons. Glint first go on with Hazel Green, to bo supplied. published a circular giving his interpreMorehead, J. W. Hunter. tation of the law, and warning the gamWest Liberty, J. L. West. bles to close their halls, and tho people Beattyvllle, J. W. Willinms. His next Btep to keep away from them. Frenchtown, J. K. Wright. was to have a writ served on each proIrvine, S. P. Strouther. prietor to close his establishment. After the writs were served the gamblers out Jackson Academy, J. J. Dickey. Clay City, to bo supplied, T. J. Braese. of xnero bravado, in order to try Clint, Hindman, W. W. McClure. opened their dons at tho usual hour, Hazard, J. B. Stoekloy; supermimerary who had bceu privatebut tho attorney, J. Dickey. ly infoimedof their intentions, had tho J. Kev. T. J. Godboy goes to LG range. sheriff nml sutlictent force on hnnd to close them and nrrest tho parties. In Tho Texas wo nun who has given abort, the contest wub taken before the and Clint and law nnd birth to seven children in 10 mouths, Bupreme court hns not only broken all previous records, order won. In a few weeks our hero, but liko tho all over tho from disagreeable obscurity, 'found him- South, oho has overcropped herself uud self tho moit popular anil famous man made babies n drug in the market. in Texns. Louisville Times. Somehow or other Bro. Bowling put us much In mind of 0. T. Clint, in ways Mllos' Norvo and Liver Pills and actions, and somewhat in looks, Acton a new principle. rrcuUtiug the liver, bowels through the nerves. A new though Clint was lower in stature nnd stomach nnd Or Miles' Pills speedily cute jilluut-nciditcovcry. bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. people of this secmore pompact. The Uncqualsd for ineii, women, children. Smallest, tion are ovon beginning to feel an inter-e- mildest, surest. Fifty doses 35 cent. Sninplej frtcat A. R. Tenny's. in the combat. to-da- y 1 ; t, j j ' Oa-hnrd- , IS-?:.- ( Two-third- bo-for- e 1 1 d ei first-clas- cotton-planter- s s A daughter of Mr. David Ilysinger Frank Davis and Miss Marv Harris wore married nt the bride's father's died of meningitis Sunday. U. K. Thompson shipped two cars of near Crab Orchard, yesterday. J. M. HUBBARD, A. U , President. cattle to Livingston Tuesday. H.C.Anderson and Mrs. Maty C Under the now arrangement of Amnions, a nrettv rf oi ,.tn,a 1891. thingu in the dispatcher's olllce at Bow- - were married nt Kid. J. G. Livingston's Full corps ot Conservatory and Norms! cluoI lc.ii.hers. Sjpjnor oaries in Music and laud everything along the line is mov Wednesday, by that gentleman Art. Kxcellcnt b'urdir' department. Catslosues and circjlars farms c n application. ing along nicely. Miss Kmily Kincnid. of Bovle. nnd Dr. Kliis, who is visiting relatives Mr. W. U. Spalding, of Lebanon, were here, moved to Missouri from this place married nt the Cathedral, Louisville, It) years ngo. He finds but few of tho Tuesday, by Viunr General Bouchet. citizens here he left behind in '12. The Times says the bride ti n member V. W. Owens, night operator, has of a distinguished family of Boyle coun15. BLAKE.1IAN, been transferred from this place to day ty, and n eister of Judge Charles K. Kinwork nt Livingston. M. C. Miller has caid. She 13 hid V of miticrinr nullum record resigned at Sinks nnd Charles Vntiars- - nnd refinement, and n general favorite in The and wc of the Stanford Mal Actiletny for thurouzh work, his bien in the pst, eicepUcnatly woald assure its pfins and friends that n palm will be spire to maintain its former pood, mil, oi rincviiic, is working Hero nignt3., the circles in which she has moved hin standard l'he course of study ill include all to prepare fnr the Freshmin class in A school Is to bo opened here nt Tho groom is a leading merchant of and at the same time will be arranei ti mwt tie want of those seeking it first class Knrllsh onco under the supervision of tlie Pres- Lebanon, n member of the well known book keeping will be m irked out. to fit tlimlves for Umlnew, a sp?ial eourle In stnthmetie and The fail will open TUESDAY, SSPT 1ST, and it Is .Mpjclallj: desirable that all pupils be pr byterian Synod of Kentucky. A col- Spalding family of Central Kentucky. tilt on th.it day lege building has been decided upon in Mr. C. 1'. Brachcy, of Louisville, ex TEHMS: press messenger on the Knoxvillo Divi- (Tor five months, payable quarterly in advance, uith reasonable deduction for protracted sickness) the near future. One teacher has and others nre to follow. sion of the L. X., nnd Miss Maggie W. Primary Department ,$i.so Intermediate Department t7,w Bailronds are accredited with carry- Welsh were married nt Mr. Win. Classical Department jj.jo ing or introducing mosquitoes into all Welsh's, the bride's father, on morning IiKllertal Kec ll0O territory which they enter. Capt. Hern-do- n of tlioSth, Itev. Ben Helm officiating, j can only account for their The bride, w ho is n pretty little bruUNIVERSITY OIfctucIy,l.i.ASMcAi.,i).tKNTmc, Com- into Lancaster by attributing it nette, was beautifully attired in white to the slowness of the Itichmoud branch eilk, trimmed with lace, and looked very Faculty ofabloandexrerlencedmrn. each n specialist in his department. trains. lovely. She is an excellentgirl and fully A Full Ulcbmonri. the geographical cei.tfc of the State, In the heart of the s recion. i ooo feet from ma aria, Circuit court began hero Monday. equipped to make the man of her choice alio e the mm, free and hospitable a few h jrs by rail from Loi.uvillr, Cincinnati, Knots-illami Refined nnd students find homes in the best families and Memocommunity Tlie laigest crowd was in attendance n loving and true helpmeet. ' The groom rial Hall and countries. than on any court day for years. Sever is n good business man, sober nnd in jAttondnnco last session 49i, trom 2) States, Territories rmlmvmmt M.t More than SloO.OOO added to the NOW QVmnaSlUm Elffhty-twscholarships tar the benefit of worthy, poorjoutiR man. al minor cases were disposed of the first mianou", and having chosen wiselv end i) Expenses moderate 5i7 to $n lor tuition board, washing and servant attention. day. Tuesday the case of Bud Mize, for well, a lio of happy contentment is as Next Session opens eilncvl.iy, September 9, ift. Kor catalogue apply to li. H. BLANTON, D. D. Chancellor. killing John Mink, was taken up nnd an red. After n sumptuous breakfast, trial has been in progress since. A ver- which was heartily enjoyed by those dict will likely bo reached some time to- present, the bride donned n nent day, Thursday. Indications nre that it ing dress, nnd the pair took the will be a hung jury or an acquittal. Chicago and other points, to Mr. J. W. Brown is in from Aransas several weeks, Harbor, Texas. Itev. J. M. Chesuut The marriage of Mr. Dudley BOW- rrMVtt ! 5? ' IfV starts for a trip to Missouri and Texas mau, of Mercer, to Miss Marv Dunlap, . Monday. Mr. J. I'. Cook was here froi of Danville, was consummated at tho CSSlOU 9, Bichmond Monday. 31 rs. K. Brooks, of Christian church, Wednesday night, 111 UH a lull course of study, bitn an Classi. al While the course of instruction is espocUU Paris, is visiting friends here. The busi the presence of n largo number Ol, ly adapted to preoare younjj n ea for ths Kre.hmm t ass, it Is intended at the same time to furnish a lihcral English edjcation to anv vlt den t 1. lururnpittrth with ihn Arlmr ,. ..... f ness manager was witti us.Momiay. Uol. friomls. Miss Louise Bailey, of this cS; J. B. Fieh is in from Pineville. Messrs. pirtCo, was one of the attendants, anil j& ECoimo 10 .T. M. WiIIihiiiu nn,l ..... M n tillnr irlll !.... Tl... .... l.rlii; ,.1 Has been established in the home am utxtrr the personal roritrM of the Principal. Regular .... ....M. ,. int. . . , , ,,, study , .. ,,,r,,uiuivu , , . I. i ulinrf n... w .u.. u..w.... I. .rift. .V, . uvaj ii'linrii fiin u .i u ' "' " Miiunu anu me ii...i I.I. v...i7, untie li.ki ., triiiiiiuii, .vuerwiirus a large pari. nt-. - ' I.A... " home.......... LinedA.svitti ti mtiiai educiuoiial . usiiulajfei. rcuninis ana U'Himtr.t of a Chrisiian are cotr lest tiike immtinn nniler S.tn..ritil...ii1...i t iwraiu il. icp.vhivhi jjufij -- . m. Him ..n.l...l iuu !.. ..:..... in, .ur. . ...i r or luriner particulars in rtjara thenoaru, to etr., adilress "i Downs, late ol tlie J.,. iV .N. w . u, De- - Mrs. I). M. Bowman's, where nn JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. our jeweler, wns in Bichmond lent supper was spre.ul and n pleasant .Monday. time spent till a late hour. Tho bride HMD. Mor than i.nooalimm. lltfe PPMTRP PHI l FftiT OMet Cfi'r In the crrwcii has many friends here, who semi happy 1111)1. jlu Ii I Ifar lit' Tn L. IjVJ Ku. .Min. m.. leadin? tn .lrcrr. Clat.iral. Sti.iinrty an.l Il.i w!m. ..., '. Rleetive ......:.. ....!... l.yill,lllll. LUilliUII LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. M'. '.. TV I'IVU flll,.i..l. n l..its Stpt .,, 1891 Iter aild congratulations to healthful. N. slrm" Jjtc-rur ctnlnue .r tuithir ni'dres . v.. i 'c .u, ii u , u.ibviue iy. Jailer Lovell bus 11 birds cnRed nt t,,tf u,a" wll '"as won so charming n wife. Among those who attended from present. 0. X. Seoville's mules won every 'wro were P. M. McKoberts and Miss thing in sight at the Bnrbourvillo Fnir'Milva Phelps; Walker B. MeKinney nd Miss Mary McKinney ; J. II. Baugh- in tho mule r.icts. iy jytfjZKA d Miss Lucy Tate. Mr. George Gregg, who killed Bill '"' ' Millur.it Pittsburg, gave the ?.5,000 bond w' lU0 F0 Pro"'1 of what our now spa. Monday nnd wai released. As Vino, Cincinnati, O. S. E. Cor. deaf mutes left this coun- - Ter friends aru saying about us that we Thirtwn oak-keepiShort-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, s ty Tiifdity to atti'iid the school at Dan- must let our readers see these : ville. Three children of A. P. Mooro Mr. W. P. Walton, editor of tlie Stan-- ! Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, and ltoen Nicholson, of Louisiana, who ford iNTCictoit Jot'KVAL, was olFered the! hns spent the summer here. Penmanship and all Business Branches. Kdwrml Scoville and wife etoppe.l managing editorship of the Knoxville ' Established 1862. Largo nnd nourishing Twelvo Instructors. lTp with tho tlmw. over here n few days last' week on his Tribune, the lending democratic paper in Fits thoroughly for Uusiness Pursuits. Has the confidence of the Duslue Community. employment. charges nro are nliletl demuntl 'She tuitenti tire way from n viit to Now York to. Ida Kast Tennessee, but declined the oirerj reasonable. Hoard Incan bo bailnml tho city nt in aecurlny Day and Night Tho Sessions. Docs low tlgures. In with thanks. Thoso who singled him ns promises. Investigation bollclted. Send for catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. home in Oraiiireburg, S. 0 , to visit County Clerk C. X. Scoville nnd bis 0,It lortl'0 position slioweil tbeir ability rr.rasrstjfstw brother. Shell, and cousins. A K. nx- - to pick a man who possessed nil the re- trejervnsrsggzroarOTiKgjxtrOTg a , .r ""'fxv &uliu and Mrs. Pearl are lnith better, but quiMtes for tho work required. Walton - a .W. .IV r is a journalist in tho high nud;trtio v-is out of danger. neither tT.- Jd s, r " st ia ! r It is "Colonel" It. M. Jackson now. sense of the term, nnd we nre truly glad ft 'V 11 L'tfvyw Horeooived his comniiiision last. Tues- to know that hu cannot be induced to $ v VT&P quit his present field of usefulness. day nnd is now n member of the governor's stall. This is the first instnnce Maysville Coinmoiiweal. W. P. Walton, of the Stanford where a mountaineer is known to have has been oll'ered acquired tli.it dignity, nnd no hotter or the Knoxville Tribune nta more deserving democrat could have REMEDIES IMS been selected in all the country around, salary of $1,S00 per year, and hns deami Hob's many friends are greatly clined it. Ho has done right, ns ho SBIB E VEaYWHERI . B8TUE pleased to know that Governor Hrown would bo cheap nt live times the money. He now publishes one of tho best newsf!E9. CO. ST.tftl'K MiPAREDSY PJCHAROS0H-TAYI.O- S. knows where to select a nood man. papers in Kentucky, and it lias done HnXI22K32EZIXXa23UaBf3IMi HUBBLE. more for the Ruction in j which it is calculated than any other three papers in tho Win. Satton has moved to the Robert Underwood place, near Col. Under- State. Frankfort Capital. Hro. Walton, of tho Stanford Journal, wood's. MissesSusie Hright isattending has turned up his nose at an $1,800 oiler school at Millersburg, Minnie Hlackerby at Danville, and Annie Hright at Stan- from a daily paper at Knoxvillo. He ford. Joe Itobinson will start to Lexing- finds the ownership of a prosperous a better thitig than to be a, ton University soon. It. L. Hubble, J. salaried man on a daily and C. Eubanks and brother and Win. Hig- his head is level, ns it generally is. ney are attending the Somerset fair. S. Hopkinsville Kentuckian. C. Carman sold to Tom Woods some The editorship of the Knoxvillo 800 pound steers at i!A cents and somo! the leading democratic daily of 1,000 pound heifers nt V. Josh Swopo Kast Tennessee, has been tendered to W. nln tnlil linn .qninn lipifira nt !t Tin ' Walton, of tho Interior Jouiisal. It for last wheat has been sold hero to Marks-is iieciineu wmi uiaiiKS. niton is bury nt 00 cents and is now being threshColic, Constipation, "Castorla Is to well adapted to children that Caotorla curesDlarrlia'o. Eructation, ed. Tho weavil is so bad through it right in his decision to stay where he is. Sour btouiach, A man who has a I recommend It oa superior to any prescription printKills Worms, gitcd kletp, and promotes dl that It forced those who stacked for SI II. A. Arcucii, M. IX, known to mo." s ing olllce in a county seat, I Without injurious medication. to sellnt !0 cents. Miss Wells gave us a 111 So. Oxford Et., Brooklyn, N, Y. good subscription list and good sensible talk on tho work of the W. C. with a Tne CKNTica Compact, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. job and advertising patronage, would bo T. U., Sunday night. Her speech was by persuasive reason unwise to exchange it for a salaried posicharacterized ngainst tho evils of tho liquor traffic. tion ou any city daily. Jessamine JourJames Rogers has sold his corn to Prew-i- tt nal. Al Johnson, a K. 0. brakeman, was atSl.73 shucked in tho field. 'Squiro 11. fc Kngleman holds his court next Satstruck by n water tank at Paris and urday nnd a good docket is reported. killed. Dr. 0. C. Ballard, of Saybrook, 111., Deputy Sheritr Sam Menefeo wns hero last Saturday distributing tax receipts, shot and killed Miss Bertha Ipon, who Dealers In- but failed to dispose cf many. Mrs. was attending 6chool at Bloomington, Mock will hnvo her sale Saturday, Sept. because Bhe refused to elopo with him. .MissMyraOivsloy is getting along Ho then shot himself once in the head 1L very well. and four times in the region of tho henit sand died in a few minuted. The trial of young Thornton Haines, John M. Langston, the colored of Washington, for killing his compan from one pf tho Virginia ion, Edward Hanuegan, on an excursion districts, is authority for the statement OXTR &TJBG at Old Point Comfort, is progressing at that there are 2,o9." negroes in the cm- ltn...i.ifin rn 'IMiiir.. la n rrr.tnf itrMtt ,f ploy of the government, occu pying no- i...Li...!. -- ..' -- ..i.. ;.i Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, 1 I STANFORD MALE ACADEMY F. Prluclpal. 1 11 j hrfich-snecesir- Col-Ie- se nr-liv- ed CENTRAL fflSmSS; Chat-tanooc- Bliie-jras- -- -r o ; SCentre College Academy I TJie , cxl oi this Institution i IlsillS Sept. l.ri,-lU!- 1 4 ..,.,a 1 Boarding' ... .... Training spar tment ' i'ii 1 1 ; tuiti-jn- , excel-Grol- i; U, l I ' jJu Soath-wei- t. -- I I -- s j j i j m&c vcjdfdm. pain-graph- ng, Telegraphy, -- i r? .WQ -- . & W nvGi'a? fiy t rav n& Y y V). theiunu-agement- WHIBB II8A11 tmX mm imm FCS20VEASS GMMSH9 semi-weekl- y one-hors- e : Tti-bun- e 1 Infants and Children. d blue-gras- FARMS & HARDIN, -- j Stcvple and Fancy Grocere s, Hardware Queen- Glass- - and Tinware. &1TT UOTK OF OF KANAWHA SE3 LAMPS. SALT 1 fcTb-sWto-lSff- i.o I at l!X"K3 testimonv. ' salaries per annum. FRESH GAR-LOA- D . H j--i TtP" X fmf- - f Hundreds of people nnd milliors DuniNfl tho canvass the nstuto memwho wore flying (hilars of property wero destroyed by nn bers of the con. con, around promiscuously from stump to oirthquakeln San Salvador. There is moro trouble browing in stump, derided tho idea Unit the won Stanford, Ky., Seitkmheu 11, 1801 derful thing they hud offered Kentucky tho Kast Tennesseo coal region. The declaro that they will fora constitution, did not exempt from the convicts and drive them into growing crops of the assessment the F farmers. All tho s.une, however, the re- Kentucky. A uegro who seized n young school vising committee has changed tho secThe most rmHc.il dinnjjG yet proposed tion so as to leave no doubt that the teacher nud kept her tied ton tree in tho nnd ndopted by the revisory committee crops Bhall be exempt. The farmers and woods near Arcadia, La., wns horribly is to make the office of railroad commis- everybody else owo thos upponents of tortured by his captors, being skinned sioner elective instead of by gubernato- the constitution, win poiuted out its alive and cut into Binall pieces. rial appointment, as the people votedj it objections and inconsistencies, a debt of Tho treasury agent has recommendshould be. President Clay offered the gratitude that it will be hard for them to ed the selection of the site nt the southamendment and it went through with pay. west corner of West and Third streets, but n single negative vote, that of Mr. offered by James Hargan for $8,675, for The Orphan Brigade, God bless every the public building at Richmond. McDermott, of Louisville. The amendef- mother's son of them, are enjoying their ment provides that it shall not take New York republicans in State conMr. annual meet, this time at Owensboro, vention at Rochester, nominated J. Gov. Brown's term. fect till after Clay is evidently attempting to show by aud may that good city put the big pot Sloat Fnssett, who was recently appointthis that he was not animated by a de- in the little one for them as it did for ed Collector of the Port of Now York, sire to handicap the man who had beat- the editors. The number of this famous for governor nnd a full State tickot. A freight train on tho Kentucky en him for tfie nomination. The Courier-Jo- band is growing Biualler every year and urnal correspondent says that the soon but few will be left to tell the tale Union jumped the bridge at Red River convention would adopt the amendment of as valorous body as ever met the ene- and the engine and several cars went Semi-Weekly Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. J W. WALTON. ii i ? to be operative at once, solely to keep the governor from appointing Mr. Urey Woodson, of the Owensboro Messenger, to the commission, adding that they are strongly opposed to Mr. Woodson and say all manner of ugly things about him. We suppose this is because he had the manliness and the courage to oppose their offspring. If so, like President Cleveland, Mr. Woodson is to be loved for the enemies ho has made. The con. con. is composed of even smaller pota toes than we, in our poor opinion of them, had thought, if they are capable of taking so petty a revenge. my. Peace on earth and joy in heaven to everv oue of them. Kentuckians will likelv give the Burin tho net House, Cincinnati, the go-by The Gibson House refused to permit a negro, though he had been a member of the legislature, to eat in the public dining room, but the Burnet had no scruples on the point aud sat him down with the whites. The Gibson will lose nothing by this action. This country is not ready for social equality and wont be during this generation. future. THE CON. CON. sulk in his tent during the late campaign. He had no reason to sulk in the first plnce for the State ticket was made up of his best friends aud named at his suggestion. That of itself ought to contradict the silly charge. It was only on account of sicknees that he was not on the raging stump, a place he 'oves to be on any and every occasion when he thinks his party needs his assistance. During the month of July he was confined in a hospital at Louisville, having suffered a painful operation for a very annoying disensejand could not huve spoken, even had his physicians permitted him. The charge of flickering or faltering in a discharge of any duty does not fit in Col. Bradley's case and it is made only bv or at the suggestion of those who are jealouB of the high standing he has attained in State and National politics. he Frankfort Capital suggests G. Logan, of the Louisville Times, as a suitable person to All the position of commissioner of agriculture, hoiticulture and statistics, and if Gov. Brown fails to appoint him after reading Col. Johnson's recommendation, we will have to ac knowledge that we are disappointed in him and shall immediately turn the batteries of the I.n'teiuok Journal on him. If Mr. Logan had no other qualification for the position, tho simple fact that he proposed to print an agricultural paper on a cider press ought of itself to warm the cockles of Gov. Brown's heart to wards him. Governor, the eyes of the grangers, the farmers' alliance and tho newspapers are on you. Do not disappoint us. Em-m- elt It ought not to have been necessary The committee has so far recomfor Col. W. 0. Bradley to have prepared mended over 100 changes in the constia statement to prove that he did not tution ratified by tho people. Amendments have been adopted by the committee making both the superintendent of public instruction nnd the clerk of the court of appeals ineligible for The death of such a woman as Mrs. Henrietta Morgan, who departed this hfo at Lexington this week" at the ripe old ago of S(5, calls for more than a passing notice of her. Besides being tho mother of Gen. Joint II. Morgan, the most daring and sucoe33lul general of daughters married distinguished generals on that side A. P. Hill and U nil Duke. AVe do not suppose that any other moth it ever had such aitcordfor raising huuh a martial nnd patiiotic family. She wan possessed of many leuiarkable qualities and a woman of fine sense aud many accomplishments. The revisory committee had not reported at last accounts. It seems to bo and makwading deep into the ing changes of substance as well as of verbiage wherever it is inclined. The body was n year old Tuesday and at the rate it is progressing it will be several years older before it gets through. Gentlemen for God's sake go home aud go to work or go hanj yourselves. There seems to be a disposition in tho constitutional convention to make war on Gov. Brown because ho has appointed to oilice democrats who dared to There is oppose tho new constitution. no denying the fact that Kentucky's constitutional convention is a body of . Like mighty big men. the old woman kept tavern, it is. Col. Bennett II. Young, who moved heaven and earth, including n wheel barrow of books, to adopt the new con stitution, told tho Revision Committee at Frankfort, that this instrument will tax the banks of Louisville out of existence, that it will do immensedamago to tho Estate, drive capital out of Louisville nnd paralyze the city's industries. Courier Journal. Pictures of the Janus-face- d colonel before and after the adoption of the Constitution would furnis h fine material for an artist nnd we suggest that the Post put its man to work on them and give us a rest for a ilay or two on the pointless cuts over "Have you read the Post this morning?" coi-"er- n Courier-Journal- NEWSY NOTES. A wreck on the West Virginia t Pittsburg road killed the fireman and 7(5 export caitle. Logans Greek and Dlx River. Miss Lillio' Suior, of Paris, fell The Christian people of Goshen the Confederacy, she gave live other through n Loxingtin hatchway and wtts two fatally hurt. havo organized a Sunday School. at that sons to the Lost Cause, and her Hendricks decided that it did not and he was sworn in. The negroes of Arkansas are being duped in largo numbers by alleged colonization ngents who nro solliug them round-tritickets to Liberia nt $1.30 each. The last swinplo wns a building and loan association. A whole family, of Paris, France, numbering six members, committed suicide Wednesday. The father nnd mother showed the way by hanging themselves, and the others, who weretulult children, imitated their parents. A warehouse stored with chemicals, . and other inflammables, burned in Tho fumes of the chemicals hnrnoil intn tUn tlesh nild eVt'B of VB fireman, two of whom nre seriously injured. Tho loss wns $ l'J.),000. Monticello, III., has n respected resi dent named Meredith, nged 7S, whom tho surgeons have tapped, for dropsy, 27S times. They have taken from him an average of 13 pounds of water for each operation, making a total of li,i)M The depu y bond commissioner of Louisville, Will Tiller, is under prrest for steering Conductor Crutcher, whom he found had $1,000 on his person, against a game of cards with a notorious shark, who won it all. Denuis McCarthy shot nnd killed his wife, Ella McCarthy, in Louisville. McCarthy claims that ho is crazy. He belongs to a family of suicides nnd murder ts. His brother killed their mother with nn ax nnd subsequently committed suicide in an asylum. His sister committed suicide, nnd another brother has been in tho asylum. C. H. Armistead, depot agent at Bolton, Miss., seduced Miss Ada Davis and left the State. Sho was delivered of n male child in duo time and when Armfctead thought matters had somewhat cooled down he returned to settle up his affaiis. He arrived Tuesday when a brother of the girl tired a shotgun at him, tearing an arm entirely oil and cutting a fearful hole in his side. He will die. p New-York- Foil Sai.k. 415 ewes nnd one buck. S. P. Stagg. For sale: Ono sow and ten 50 lb., &hoats. Mrs. E. C. Helm. Bermuda boat Tenny at Sheepshead Bay, Wednesday, time 1:1515. Pepples, Jr., sold to C. M, Ware, a combined lllly for $200. J. E. Farris sold to n Bourbon county party a harness mare for $ 150. J. F. Robinson bought of It. B. it E. P. Woods a lot of 000 lb. heifers, nt 2.35. M.F. Elkln & Co. bought of Win, Beck a lot of butcher heifers at 2j cents. John F. Cash sold 150 acres off his father's old farm to W. II. Murphy at $37.50. It. H. Bronaugh sold at Richmond Court Monday 2S oxen nnd steers at 3 to 3), aud 15 yearlings nt 3 cents. -- M. F. Elkin & Co., bought of Mark Hardin a lot of shoats at 3 cents and of L. L. Dawson some extra heifers at $20. Thirty steers for sale. Nadown 40 feet. Thompson Hall, fireman, tive steers, all red or roan, a No. 1 bunch was killed and Kngiueer Hanua badly of feeders, will weigh 1,100 or 1,200 pounds. A poly to W. B. Moss, Iancas-ter- . scalded. of tho In Judge Cooley, Chairmnn S. Q. Gover sold to Peter Carter 75 terstate Cpmmerce Commission, has tenresignation. He was appoint- ewes at $3.S7j. He has still 55 on grass dered his ed by President Cleveland, at the organ- at Mrs. Beazley's, which he will sell at ization of the commission for n term of county court Monday, if not disposed of before. six years. Best shipping cattle are worth 5 J in that the It was thought at Frankfort of the Lauu uince Cincinnati, common to best butchers "Jj failure of Register hogs 5 40 down to 3 J to 4 J for Swango to file his bond in :0 dayB would to 5, vacate his otllce, but Attorney General lower k'rades; Sheep 2J to 5, lambs 3J to free-minero-lea8-- i.EfisNjs:?!: i? oS? ':c?o3 .: "&S-eg-:52:je- -- A i rr i. ; 'p .r tm''rz. Mn-f.- w ?5 --VW i o nam u R-- C n " 2 ai-- E. . a s w 7AJilvJk. fc.ffo.B-l.Si S nuZriK r. 3. a ie3$i VttA a fcT1 ,li 2 rs-i? -- m tj S W- ifHfLrsSffy era Pfs?iic-7s,osn - -. O - I ii- S " - a " t7Rl "WIWMI irjgr K- .li2?i f5B & i -. O.seV - irr V j n Z. - Vfv Mmm. vhN ""i t wl .'."tTII WVIlunrifi uiaa iv JWimt i i 1 KJ6ftiiife kiur c;!L- - V J I. J. McKOIlKRTS. W II. HIOCINS fkTHH JAV r JLI M'- -i GOODS of- -- Our Stock - FALLAND WINTER GOODS Is now almost complete and we will be able to show to the people of Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, as has ever been offered for their inspection in Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, 01 cents. 11 All persons owning colta by my Barlow, will please have them nt Court hero Monday, ns they will be inspected before my prize will bo given. C. M. Spoonnmore. The farm of John O'Neal of 150 acres, lying on the Hustouville pike, sold at auction Wednesday to John F. Ciibh at $42.75 per acre. This makes about 1,000 acres of tine blue-grasland now owned by Mr. Cash. W. L. Reed offers for sale his farm nnd personalty. Hu has spent a good deal of money on the farm nnd it is one of the ban Isomest in the county. He raised nlxitit 20 bushels of wheat to the acre on about 15 acre's aud the corn crop will b'iow for itself. J. C. Caldwell sold to N. Lehman ro , of Baltimore, Mil., 1,01S head ot prime export cattle ; WO head nt ojo per lb., nud 018 at uc per lb. 100 will be shipped this week and the balance in October and November. W. U. Cecil holds the honor for the best nventgo wheat crop for this season, having raised on nine acres of his homo place .'500 Imshels, nn nvernge of 33 bushels. Pleasant Tucker sold Snndidge Bros., of Lincoln county, 155 stock hogs, averag- how, Ed Men's and;Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Men's and Hoys' Hats, Neckwear, And Gents' Furnishing Goods. Wc are still sole agents for the old reliable waterproof MJKLL HOOTS. s M'ROBERTS & HIGGIJtfS. 5 A-1- Is Receiving His SpringsSummer Goods Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give nim a call. ing I'M) pounds at Q A I THE WIEJLAMJ t!.ATE AU:XAM)KK'S IIOTKLj 9 $-- Advocate. An xctll?nt Krm Improvcil, luj aero, on rUi On LiC finely pike, j rollet frm depot. TO D rr KENT Miller & (Jliv. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Kates S2.50 Per Day. Gor. FOR REJKTT. A iS-V-t- Farm of 230 Acres, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLK, KY. W. R. LOCAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, .Clerks. Jefferson, Court-- I louse, Mnnneor. (toctl lllue (iratt Land, near Milledgcville, to rent for i I'rmlcge of ftecilinc llilt Fall Apply to 'I.J KOIIIN'bON', Ky. lluitonville, f Farm and Stools. We Mill tell on the prenme on Dicks Patent Feed Cutter The above is a cut of Dicks I'atj cut Feed Cutter, the best cutter for all purposes on the market. Call and examine. I also have the Thursday, October I, !89l, Out Farm in Lincoln county contalmmnj; 1 WO centrally lo hL.VUUKnACRF.Sof B"kI catcri I'Mwevn Panwlle, La.ic.itttir ami Staulord, 4 mile from HuUble H 11 or ij cool At the nam, time we will alio hkxxieil Mar and Coin. Farming Imptamt'iiu, Kitchen FuriiitutH. ttiKk F.wim, jo Macl ofTimothv AIo , t.mhrl of lUuip Scd of lha Utett lUy.mt importation l'cMwinn of Inrm Riven Die. I II J. !VOlU, Hobble, Ky HoiiK-huMan4o(-oo- d Siudebaker Wagon Ami the id law has been discovered which limits the governor to the appointment of only n certain number of colonels. A Goy. Brown had reached tho limit before he was in oilice a week and a deep has fallen sadues-nnd all pen-ailinover the aspiring thousands who expectg s ed to be honored. But let them cheer up, livery man is a colonel in Kentucky who isn't a judge or a professor, wheth?2,500. er the governor Hays bo or not. Secretary Blaine has ordered his residence in Washington made ready for his occupancy October 1. A type founders trust with a cnpital of $18,000,000 has been formed, and the price of typo will be put away up. The labor congrosy at Newcastlo-on-Tyne- , in which nil Kngland is rrpresent-ed- , law. has adopted tho oiglit-hou- r Nine persons who sat down to a Sunday dinner at the houso of George Gregg, at Belleville, Kansas, nro dying. A dog at Munoie, Ind., has given birth to four puppies, each of which, like the mother, lacks tho fourth limb. Tho saw nnd planing mill of Cap!. James M. Thomas, nt Ford, Ky., burned last night ; loss about $0,000, insurance three-legged ., ' V31 fY Miss Josie Bent, tho Bardstowu girl The spirit moveth us to say that tho who shot a negro for insulting her, was Lexington Leader ia one of tho best bound over to the circuit court in the newspapers in the State, even if it is re7 sum of S:J00. publican in politics. It gives a great William V. McKean, for 20 years amount of news in entertaining shape managing editor of tho Philadelphia and only guts rabid during exciting can- Ledger, has been retired from active duvasses. Mr. Sam J. Roberts, tho enter- ty on full pay. prising editor and manager, is to be Tom Cotton and his son worn cutcongratulated on building up such a pa-p- ting down n beech tree near their homo at tho capital of the Blue Grass. in Garrard, when tho tree fell nnd in- ; Gustave Berger, said to bo a German Count, murdered his wife at Tope-kfever Wednesday night. While not Kan., and then killed himself. They personal acquaintance with hira, had been divorced and reman ied. we knew him by reputation as a capable Tom Britton foil on a saw nt ParJp, young journalist, who did his work con- Texas and was split wide open lengthscientiously and well. His loss will be tho trunk nnd wise, ono arm, felt in the profession in which ho was one leg being thrown on eithor side of held in such high esteem. tho saw. The allianfe craze is on tho wane in E. W. Newman, of the Louisville Mr. baa been called upon to mourn Missouri. Th"re has beon a falling off Times, the deathof a loved brother, Mr. J. It. of 0,000 in the rrfmbership" of tho alliNewman, who died at Horse Cave, ance lodges in th H State during the. past J few weeks. Wednesday, aged 05. a, Mk. Tiikopoue F. Bristol, city editor of tho Louisville Post, died of typhoid stantly killed the son. one-ha- lf place, which will meet every Sundav OX.XVKB, Porter evening M. H o'clock. Mia Kl'-uu enteied Hchool at Stanford last week ! StanI offer fr.r win my farm two mile. North Car uf Kanawha Salt just received. '"d,- a hooU aires ol der Prof. Hubbard. B. W. Gaines so'd ford, cni.tmm V )5 all outbuilding, a home with 'i roin, to Sim Cook, of Willow Urovo neighbor large ham, Rood cittern iie..ry at the door, plenty run hood, 50 ewes at $123 per head; also lung wa er. about 500 Select fruit tree and all kind ol sui7.il fruit Addreu (... T. McROIIKKTS, Stat.lord. sold to White, of Hubble, 50 nt same Alto 4; acre. 4 ratio Muth of Stanford ; j , .icrc price. E. B BenzVy is ngain piesideut in cultivation, balance in jood itnber; tmall failing of our load, and is a good one too. Una house and ood orchard ami plenty imvcr r M O. wati-r44 and Friday to grnvel nnd set Thursday do other various improvements on it. Has summoned everybody to help over BRICK. LIME 10 and under 45 years of ago between I will deliver Limeut the covered bridge and Mr. Sam J. s Cent a ltuthel In htauforJ and the neighborhood. He claimed ho was in town Jim-it- s I will alsoload on cart at Crab Orchard, Uriel and paid town taxed begged to bo exnt 73 cents a hundred Give me a ch.iniv. cused. 2j6m FRF.D KHL'EGKK,Cr.li Urchin). Mr. P. S. Robinson has returned Cheese ', from several days visit nt Lexington, and now on a look out for sheep. Mrs James Hilton is at Somerset fair this The week. Mr. Jesse Lynn was here Sun- Mill Kiecutori ul Thimw M Lli'a d.dcceas.J, Limps, Glass- - an Ouecnsware, Tin- - and Woodemvare, Fruit Jars, at hi lasu residence, on day en i onto to Goshen. .Mr. W. M. Jelly Glasses, &c. 28, 1891, Dudderar is back from Middlesboro. Miss Emma Sutton, of Garrard county, offer nt puhllc tale hit fine Farm of 450 Atret, liirniiike, tour haa been tho guest of her sister, Mrs. located on the Danville ,V StanfordStanford. This milea from Damlllc andC from Miss Evelyn Prewitt, of farm mult butoen to tie appreciated. A lewMliont Taylor House. The land Jefferaonville, Ind., who has been tho point arc these: lit now upon it is rich and It is prove, ad, at the crops pleasant u'uest of Louanna Dudderar, splendidly fenced and watered, by jd, Itof hat been one jiidiciomly fur 30 years the best farmed have returned homo. Miss Mary Beazloy farincm In tie Mate and now it is free from nil entered Garrard College thia week. weeds or impediments to the richest returns, 4th, It is so thoroughly Improved that no expense will Has the largest and Messrs. Robt. E. and William It. Gaines he required on it for years. 5th, The house cost $11,000 and is a larre, two story nritl., splendidly rented the Bywater'a farm, near built, with 10 tooins niuniroti has losft in piii MOST COMPLETE STOCK tries, larco halls, basement Crab Orchard. Mrs. J. M. Bruce nnd and good outhouses Cth, Itunder whole house in only 4 ml.es by , of pike to Dauville, the educational centre ot Ken baby love, little Miss La Yearn, OK tucly 7h, The neighborhood and social ur Mrs. N. A. Tyreo nnd charming rounding! are now hire excelled Mh, It is as good a and stock farm as daughter, Miss Alpha, of Stanford, wero yth, It fine horse as good for grain can be found unl iiiiun' is equnllv of Mrs. Gaines one day this crops as for stock and grass. 10th, It has heen tho guests kept larz ly in grass lor many years Ninety ever shown in Stanford at prices week. Our annual beef club, consisting acres will be sown In wheat by the day of sale, as low as the lowest. , the balance of tho farm is in Kra, except oacrus M. Spoonn-morof Messrs. W. E. Amon, O. reserved for corn I have one of the best watch-maker- s B. aud J. M. in the State, Terms of sale easy Remember that B. W. Gaines, E. At the same ttuic and place will offer for sale a Benzley, S. It. Cook, John, Alex, and tract of Knob Land containing about io ncrrs, who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to and within half n well Henry Traylor and Lewia Dudderar, City timberedthe Crops, Stock nodmite of Junction send johc to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old Personalty, inAlso their first beef last Friday, to the cluding ten shares Iloyle National Hank Sto.k, killed MARY II. 1.ILI.ARD1 gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-tc- d delight of many womon.especially those JOHN T. I.I LLARD.V Executors. L, I.II.LARD, 5jtd A. R. PENNY. and I guarantee satisfaction. wfto are scarce of chickens. Small Farm For Sale. ho-m- PQW, wrtli Gonu.in.0 Extras I - J". IB. FOSTER, -- . Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, km Km-bry'- s. l.an-catte- r, For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Pickles, Preserves and Jams; 1 w. mirnw nm m m, Wednesday, Oel. .Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Tho Old Reliable Jeweler l in the Lead. CJAlSS A. R. Penny Gins-gow- Watches and Jewelry o, if 'b .,--' r r i t)f iiWrtNiriiMl-ri- a fA-A..-- .j&aA hJ rTT M'ifc J''1 . jbl-- - -- ''"i fr---- - - ' ' "-'- - -- A -- ; - -- - - - j - -- ' " v.v ,tv'irr'iBirW''- r- ft tiimH--i tmkmittmtik nittiifim c Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukne 1 Nrov timothy seed nt J. U. Foster's. Stakfoiu), Ivy , Skitemiikr 1. 1891 TintDR desirable rooms for rent. Craig. FiiRsii oysters Reived J. H Go to the Cash Hnrgain Store opposite tliij Pottnnin IIouu and look nt the new goods nnd get priceB. Joe 8. Jones. at all hours nt Takk your eggs to J. S. Jones nnd get 12$ B.O.WAUTON, BUB. ManOROf MEAHS miner's. Lt'Ncii IlAsKBTaof nil kinds at A. A. "0 pounds for r Warren's. BUSINESS. beautifully and artistically Kmikavino we people to A us'Kof Finest Candies just received ono ntA. H. Penny's. We Youu account is now ready. IMeaee at A. A. Warren's. call and settle. A. It. Penny. Yo ir are invited to examine our new Havb vour watch, clock and jewelry repaired' at A. It. Penny's. All work dreos goods, the most complete stock we warranted. have ever had. Severance fc Son. Hkmkmiibk thntnll silverware, watches, rings, Ac, bought nt A. It. Penny's will Jkkk Hk.ndehson, who staid in the Dn. Rkkd removed a too from the foot be engraved free of charge. jnil here for more than two years, awaitof Mr. Louia II. Ramsey's little girl this ing trial for tho murder of n man in s PERSONAL POINTS. week. She had six on that foot nnd it Knox country nnd who was llnally acWe was considerably in the way. to Mn. Hun Kshlkman is visiting in Lexquitted, was hero yesterday nnd nsked Come goods over. We ington. You can get one of those all wool Deputy Jailer Hnmpton to let him go Mks. W. T. Sau.ndeiu! is nt the Port-ma- chinchilla overcoats for men in blue, through his old quarters, which strange House. blnck or brown for only So. Opposite request was granted. Henderson 1b now" Juimik W. It. Oaiwo.v is attending the Portmnn House. Joe. S. Jones. constable of Middlesboro nnd is under Somerset Fair. indictment for the hanging of Itossimus No sooner had the railroad company there in July. Mn. Will Hauuiimas Ib taking in the taken away one of his assistants, than Somerset Fair. Anknt Wateii Woiiks. Mnsterson Mn-J. II. ISallou returned to Haven, Depot Ageut F. L. Gilford supplied thu deficiency. It is a boy and weighs 12 Peyton, Keq., of Knoxville, ono of the Kas., Wednesday. contractors who ngreed with the city of HkV. J. M. Hllt'CK. Of GlftSROW, haB pounds. Y:---who 's Stanford to put in water works, nnd wife here. joined his . Saundeks has not given ball have them in running order by August to Mhs. J. P. Chow is visiting her people yet, but his friends claim that he will be 1, writes to us, explaining why they did Come booh we keep down in Hardin county. able to do so in a day or two. Cicero not fill their contract. W. II. Whit-com.Miss Katik Hi'tnkh, of Ilrodhead, is Singleton, who was held in $1,000 for & Co., who wero to put them in, visiting MrB. Mattie Nevius. shooting Dutch Gooch, will probably failed owing to the defalcation of the of New Albany, is Mks. H. Hiiown, linve to remain in jail till circuit court. president of tho Oconto Water Works .leiting her homefolks here. and it turned out tho Sturtevant BrothCou W. G. Wkuii went to Lexington Miss Caiiiuk Pohtkk has purchased ers weio not in financial condition to unyesterday on legal business. Mr. J. A. Carpenter's house and lot on dertake tho construction. Mr. Peyton Miss Nki.uk Pillion, of Lancaster, is Depot street for Sl.'-'ohalf cash, bah says that ever since tho failure to comthe guest of tho Misses Straub. nnce' In ono year. Possession will be ply with contract ho has been looking left Tuesday to given Oct, 1. Woaregladto note that MishMattikThiiiiiu: A. URRANSKY, for n mnn to till it and has finally found visit relatives In Hopkinsville. Mr. Carpenter does not intend to lenvo Mr. MANES AND J. W. Starr, of Philadelphia, who Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Miss Mauv Wiiaiitos returned yes-f- or Stanford for the prchent. will bo here this week, and who he states terday from n visit to Frankfort. n liking the fact that they had been is fully responsible nnd reliable. Mr. sick Not Mn. G. 1. Cooi'Kii has been ho will bo hero ignored and Danville nnd Stanford hon- Starr nlso writes week with something like fever. I)u. II. C. Nun.nki.i.ky, of Winchester, ored each time, tho citizens of Lancaster and it is hoped that in this multiplicaAND petitioned the malingers of the Satellites tion of assertions that it will be verified is visiting nt Mr. P. P. Nunnelley's. and thnt the city council will find out Mrs. J. M. Cook, of Hustonville, is of Mercury to appoint a lady from their Cooper. town ono of the maids of honor and it what it has to depend on. visiting her daughter, Mrs. tJ. It. Upright and Horizontal. M.S. IUmiiMAS, I. M. Ilnico and K will he done, wo are glnd to say. DEATH'S DOINGS. Stationary, and Portable. All Somertet fair yesC. Walton went to the A Mks. Fhaniis, who claims sho has power. sizes up to terday. Mr. Nat laifon, one of the wealthiof her, fell into an Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and C. Floiikni'K, of Cumberland no one to take cnio of Harrodsburg, died Tuesday, Mits.J. est men condition near the James aged Cm. Durability. Gap, ii visiting her mother, MrB. Kd. unconscious Connor, a colored mnn living on SomerWrite for Krec Illustrated I'ampleU and your wants to Davison. Mrs. J. J. Curtis, a highly respce'ed him, was taken in ltuixv attended the set nvenuo, nnd lies in n criticalby condi lady, died at her home near McKinney Mies & CO., marriage in Danville where she now ltowmnn-DiiiilaMonday night. SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. N'FW YOOK CITV Sho has been Maying at Miss Mol-li- e tion. Wednesday. Mrs. Henrietta Morgan, nged SO Frederick's and other places where years, mother of Gen. MlM J kan IUtiianw, of Crnb OrJohn Morgan, JCFAY ADVERTISEMENTS. chard, Is the guest of Misses Annie and bIio was permitted. died at Lexington. Mary Alcorn. Mrs. Jerry H.ker, of the Kingaville Li'tiikr Givkns has a baby on his caught in numerwho Mich Annik McKinnkv is teaching a hands. Ho hired a stranger n buggy neighborhood, died a few days ngo of Bros., ous other disreputabl j tricks of the kind rlafs of young boys and girls at her from his livery stable at Harrodsburg llux. Sho was n daughter of tho late A3STI before. Ue. a Ilourishingschool. home, anil has and ho returned late nt night. After his Johu Haugh nnd was about 40 years of Grasslands. Miw. Jons Wiiitk it seriously ill nt departure a start ling discovery was made. age. of tne P. II. Wrapped in a blanket wasn newly-borMr M. h. Hare.ot IndianapolU, on Dr. J. G. Chinn, aged 94 years, died the residence of her above tarni.urritei: "I have tried all the differndvertued for removing curb, Idol, in Danville, where she had gone male child. Tho baby is n white child nt his home in Lexington. He was ent pHnti and bunche. I feel irle in saying that nnd still living. So far there is no clew-t- mn or of the city nt one time, nnd was Oulnn'i Ointment U by fur the belt I have ever on a vHt. tho party, but tho matter is being in- well known by the members of the used." Mia. Mauy C. HocKKit will lenvo for in Christian church throughout the State. to bo with hor sons, vestigated. Lexington After a long and patient waiting the Richard, who will attend KenOF Will and PUBLIC SALE Tommy Mali, contributes tho followBest, end has como and Mrs. John M. McRob-erts- , tucky University this sewdon. ing: "Hndly Cut' last tuesday Sandy Jr., is nt rest. She breathed her JACKS AND Mn. and Miw. A. C. Komnkon and Miss hard working last at 11 a. t. Wednesday fully satisfied Pit Mary worn over Wednesday to see Mr. A. Withers, an honest Robinson olT to attend colon! man, while splitting mils forT. C. that nn eternity of joy nt His right hand I will (ill on George. Douny H.ill, with an axe striking a glancing awaited her. Her disease wnsconsump- the Commercial College at Imisville. 1891, lick struck himself just nbovn tho left Oct. go- Thursday, It. G. PknninutoN and sister, Miss ancle; severing tlesli and mtifcclo to the tion and its iusi luous work has been Forty head o( llourbon Connty railed Jacks and though not unUttsie, left yesterday evening for their bonn, a very painful and deep cut. Tom- ing on for several years, Jennets at Diamond Dale Stock rami, one mile of til recently did it confine her to her bed. from Tans, Ky , on the May.villc branch can the And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds Stanford, it is hoped, though, home In be dressed Mrs. McRoberts maiden name was Mar- Kentucky Central Itailroad. The farm my Hall, which was pre&intsoon at 6 p in. reached at 3 a in and for u short visit. Middlesboro only of Watch, Clock and J ewe ry repairing. tho wound and cared for poor Sandy. It garet Klkin, and she was boru in lSil'2. i54t CHAKLFS CARROLL LEEK & SON. News. is quite a misfortune for Sandy as upon Sho was tho daughter of Robert and Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, Gait. Rick and family left Wednesday his daily leighbor depends u wife and PUBLIC Polly Klkin, whoso union was blessed parent near Fort day and night. for a visit to his wife's little children. Tommy says he with 12 children, four only of whom OF Capt, Simmons is holding four Wayne, Ind. will see to his needs; till Sandy is able survive, Capt. T. S. nnd Micheal Elkin, down his place on tho K. 0. during his to hustle for himself." STOCK, CROP AND nnd Mrs. M. I). Hughes nnd Mrs. Oseo LAND, absence. i. PBHS01TAT-TCoNDn-Toi- t Kiilki). While making n Hutl'man. Sho was married to Mr. McMiis. A. I. Stkck andMiM Nollie, acI WILL ON left running switch at Lily, Tuesday evening, Roberts in l.Vil and he with teven chilSole Agents for companied by Miss Maud Welsh, Wednesday. Mist, Conductor James Collins, of Fi eight '27, dren, Mrs. J. R. Mount, Mrs. Mamie for Pittsbuig, Pa., 1S9L Oct. 15, Charley, Thompson Maud will refrain in tho Smoky City six was thrown under thn enrs nnd crushed Dunn, R. li, II. J., survive hor. At Georgo months or more. to death. Ho was stnndingon tho draw-hea- d nnd niTr ifiiti.' hishett lilddfr the following prop professed erty M 1 arm containing iji aires to pull out the pin and as ho did nn early ngo Mrs. McRoberts Miw G. W. IIitoSAi'OH is entitled to 7 101 e from in Christian land and Liiimln .tiunty, Kylillr.lKville, allStwill, mile from furl blue ribbon as a tomato raiser. A so lost his balance. His body was al- religion and uniting with tho fie nut o acres. A new hoie with 7) nn upright, mi in jra it i.asket of huge ones left nt thlH olHce most unrecognisable, after the several church has since lived roou.i finely hushed niiide .tnil out There ! an lite, nnd renrcd her children abundaiKeuf Imit of elected varieties from ey aliows that nobody in this section can cars hud passed over it. Tho niilro.nl bliunelew ly June anei tu Jelitin. Therein tmple st..I prohibits tho mak- in tho nurture and ndmonition of tho room lorixru uuisen, llwre being u box slat's company positively beat her. all made tho good and nil ne eary Ml'WIM.IrWIK I'ndhkwooi), of Klkton, ing of a running switch and it to strange Lord. They have crop and stock conitins I will aN .ell th and aio living so as to honor totlacU 5JJ.I ha, ijo burreU of corn in the and F.Hn McKlwain, of Frankfort, u pair that so old and experienced conductor confession field and a lot of clover hay in the barn, vippr c ' ol,i work "" her here nnd meet her in glory hereafter. to be a or 1 tacks Altos "yjfcMiUj JillWsMsssssStsssW.-f' of unusually handsome young ladies, nro as Ortpt. Collins should so disregard J norses, aio a yjr-oi- o A good woman hns been called to hor nil wiind, Koort family 3 old, one with a fitie co't Owsley, who enterand run so great a lisk to his life as guests of the Mitwes good brood mart-- 4 years sorrow with and in f"al to (leiilry's Ombeita; a c01 m.'k In did. llo hnd been in tho employ of reward nnd while friends tained in their honor Inst night. a and S2e-c3- : Ji good loss, they know it is rows, farming hoifs, some urns lot ol piR; ncuf agon and utensils, alo nuw M. Jackson, of London, hat) tun L & N. u long time nnd wan justly tho family in their lot ef Roiikut gain, nnd feel that Ho doeth plow & - and various articles usiful and needed been appointed to a colonelcy on regarded among its best men. His fam- her eternal a Urin. your neighTho funeral services onTerms. AH sums of $10 ensh In hand, and over Guaranteed to be equal to any other chilled plow. A-the govortfor'H btntl". This is a com- ily, consisting of a wifo nnd fivo chil- all things well. $10 a credit will beghen until 1st Jan. without '1 hey all like it. to wero held nt the residence nt 3 o'clock and the bor about it. in hand Terms on the land, dren, lived nt Jellico, but they wero pliment worthily bestowed, for "Bob" Rev. John Hell Gibson, balance in t and 3 1 cars with interestL from date, W. KEhli. one of tho best and truest democrats in moving to Rowland, where thoy former- yesterday by JS lrP was laid away in ly lived, when the fearful accident oc- after which the body the State. Tho remains were taken to Buffalo Cemetery. PUBLIC SALE Miw. Annii: Mooiik, of Lexington, iH curred. Knoxville, which was Capt. Collins' old visiting lier sister, Mrs. M. 0. Vande-veeTlio war between tho rivnl racn OK Pcilcrln. and trying tho hot nir trentmont home. trnekH at Chicago, Hnwtlioruo ami was for lung trouble. Mrs. Vandeveor Parks, lias ended. Tin: Middlesboro News doilies the apparently in tho List stages of Ono hundred thousand Texans hnvo clocks story that wo copied from tho Covingwhen she commenced to take ton Post that the town is dead, but says protested ngaiuat closing the World's it. Sho began to improve at onco and it has been passing through a crisis, Knlr on Sunday. "Thu day of At the mansion house on the premises now looks better than she ha for years. that oTRt. pairing neatly and promptthey say, "is pashed." which is thefatoof every now town, and A midget o0 years old, 23 incites tall ON TUESDAY, SEP. 15, 1891, ly done. is brighter and moro that its future CITY AND VIRINITY. of the than ever. Tho paper con- and welching 10 pounds has been found At 10 o'clock A M., I will, as executor by im- promising r, decM, and Fiaie Sl'lCKS of nil kinds at A. A. War- cludes n column and a half articlo as near Middletown, O. Sho is thought to iat win of 'mormon i'ort ..ol.lii. rtiiflmn ... l Inn t h.Rhesyt on wh.cii decedent re- - t w woman now living. taj.e Q Qd or sjiver n exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) bidder the farm ren's. follows: "Tho statement that tho WattB ho tho smallest farm ,s on Gilbert's Creek in I.lu- On the Chicago Uoanl of Trade tho sided. This rOtllinC OH 1110 U iX .f. n. n , at Wli- Steel and Iron Syndicate have "abut nn n CPUIltV. Frusii car of Kanawha salt at Farris J.N. MENEFEK A. C. SINK down permanently," which tho Istkki-oi- t bottom whs knocked out of tho corn bert's Creek Statiou, and contains it Hardin's. quotes, is nil nonsense. market by n rumor that tho corn clique Journal 119 Acros and 11 Poles of Land. Ask to eeo ladies' calf button shoes at Their investment here is moro than u was begiuning to unload. In n fow mo and The laud Is Tho Watts Hrothors ments December corn which opened earmillion dollars. 1. Joo S.Jones. otter, Tho c. are fairly good. parcels,tract will bo acres. (iOJ was going like wildfire at 02 J. one of 19 stopped n part of their work, but ly at ed in three scpaiate The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. complete- in all senson-nbl- e have the second of 38 acres and Ouu stock is 11 Tho Internal Revenue Department thepoles, at the station, the residence of 61 acres. tho work on tho stool plant is being third, on which is goods nnd you aro invited to call pushed as rapidly as men ami monoy at Washington has given permission for Alterthe three parcels have thus been scperntely SASH, LUMBER, offered the ertlre tract wl I oe offered as a whole and inspect it. Severance & Son. can do it, and their fire brick plant is the establishment of a beer academy at and the bid or bids realizinj the largest price DOORS, LATEI. All three ot these tracts have the win be accepted excellent county road leading, turning out 20,000 bricks perday. Their Chicago. The art of brewing BLINDS, a frontage on an I wish to inform tho ladies that on SHINGLES, beverage is to bo taught, hut at a dlitnc of lull a mile, to the Stanford be of my ill health I will not open n work is far from being stopped. In "schooner" turnpike road Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. bo emptied into tho Lancaster will lio absolute and without condiThe sale millinery establishment this fall, but conclusion, wo will say to tho investors all heor made is to tions. I'osbession for sowing gialn will be given A.1TD and elsewhere that you aewer. will bo prepared to work for them at my of Stanford at once to the purchaser, and lull possession on It turufl out that Polk Badget, tho January 1st, 1S9J. will bo g'nd to have nowhere better investments than We carry u full stock of everything found in a homo on Main street. I third cash In hand TEHMSOF SALE:-- On millinery line. I thoso that you have hero, and in Bix horee that defeated tho field of crabs at when sale U made, the remainder in two equal Inorder nnything in tho stalments at 6 and u months from day f sale. GO Latonia Monday, and caused tho book' hope mv old customers will remember months you will believe it, nnd in Uonds with cowl surety bearing 6 per cent, insee the future of Middles- makers to drop $20,000 is an Eastern terest fro-- day of sa'o required of purchaser. AExamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract and give mo a liberal share oi tneir dnyB you will mo clearly outlined. The change for horso named Tanner, the fastest miler in Jjjjwl.1 bo SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. patronage. Very respectfully, Mrs. Kate boro or building. tho country. Ho .belongs to Brannon Aug.;, jt. Executor of Thornton Porter the better will come in that time, Dudderar. cents per dozen. Sugar granulated 1, Ariosa coffee 25 cents per pound. Sinuui.aii. Four of tho daughters of the lato T. M. Lillnrd have married two men. Wednesday, Miss Henrietta Lilian! was led to tho nltar by her brother-in-laMr. Hnrgis, of Helton, Mo., and Mr. J. H. Adams married two of the girls. Fall Stock Is All In, invite the And of Stanford and vicinity have this season the examine our new goods. n Of Boys', Youths' and Men' Clothing that was ever shown in this town guarantee and the prices are way down. save you money if you Clothing. want in early before the also are picked have a full stodk of hi Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Flannels, To . MaI'-hii.u- o Furnishing Goods, Blankets, Comforts, Trunks, Valises, Etc. each customer buys $20' worth of goods from GIVEN AWA us one Fine Rocking Chair. It is not necessary buy all these goods at the same time. in and get your will account of and your purchases. "Eggs Bought at th.e Highest Market Price at O, THE t LOUISVILLE STORE Proprietor. GABRIEL, Managers. tht OTJTHAM Semi-Portable IUM(L4IKr!J! STEEL BOILERS, 26-horse Warn p THE JAMES LEFFEL have-bee- W. B. McROBERTS, Supplies, Newest Styles The son-in-la- n JTEWEX.ER, DRUGGIST Complete Line of School Books, School rerni-die- j to-da- y JENNETS. 22d, Beady Mixed Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. and Purest White Lead and Oils; hits and. Weal's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil verwavti, Watches, Clocks SALE Y. m K. & W. H. WEAREN, TImrstlay, blue-ira- n. . ! , J f or-dr- r. -- c . 'WK&i,t - a- inter-!-!- . t- -3 V.KUSWSSL B0BT. FE1TZEL, r, -- A- G111-lie- kl wmammm m . I hnnmi fanati-ciriiii,- " OTffflPEBP I , 1 ah Work Warranted. Walclics a Specialty. . L fir.t-cl.i- ss fenc-in- e. Stanford Lumber Yard, WmE nt FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, V WOVSST SXiAT PE2TOI. V OTI xi FIBST v' Cju&SS LUMBKH TTARD. ('."). , r.' feK,"'- en V ' , 9T-- j XT- iMHjf 'HH Ifril MrM bO 'Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr: AT Published Evory Tuesday and Fr day a"When not o paid S2.60 vv'H e chargedTCn sssffimTi? &f v ' J TRAINING A K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. tn., returning HORSE. Horsoit. it 5:20 p.m. L. Hints from LOCAL TIME CARD. I f 1 I; Lfe Iff A horse should never be deceived 1)V Hail train going North '..'... words or action. When a rider or d iver South " " 3i?n n3-Express train " South pulls the reins and says "whoa he " North " Freight North ..6591m should mean it and stick to it. Cut to Local 5 tap m cry "whoa," jerk tho reins and lash tho South. The latter trains also carry passengers. horse tit the same time is confusing and The above it calculated on standard time. Solar i means nothing. It is quite common to time i about jo minute faster ' en,. li.,.l,' .,.!,.-.- . it 1.1 ..!.. iiueiuii'U liu tt iivn ii, la uiuj I... cxij go slower, or when the horse has not stirred a foot, to let him know of your K. pre&once. One day when your life may J K. depend upon a "whoa" yon will find that your horse is not stopped by it be- lying for gixxl results on tho old and cause you have entirely played it out of ha .sutJ.fuJ color. corn of last year or tho year behim. Speak always in a natural tono of flintlike on fore, but the green corn now growing fuilness? and beauty, voice under all circumstance . Always in the fields in full milk. If there is anys daily It let your horse face tho object of his fear, thing on better to put promptly a and when frightened remember the lean and earth hungry shoat, fevered, eonati w:vJ slower you move your horse tho more Dated made so by an and power you have over him. Thero are alleged pasture of sunburned stubble, times when letting a hor-- e trot is almost alias grass, aud wallow water in a cou ns bad as letting him run away. Fear is cioanocs dition of peaceful, prosperous, profitable something a horseman should never ex- - and smiling plumptitude than an unhibit in his countenance or voice, as the stinted (mind, I Miy an unstinted) supply a horse is a cloe observer and soon learns of green corn with all its stalks, blade and to take advantage of such indication to and ears, nu.rning and evening, I have growth become careless of control, if not indeed never yet encountered it faco to face. aggressive. Let your lesions be thorough, However. I have never known kucIi of hair but not very long. Be gentle and pa- shoatn to be retarded in their rapid pro ra , 93 W. ttjfci (Si tient with tho colt, but make the willful, gress toward healthy obesity by having stubborn horse feel the full extent of a little that was fresh about noon time LcwoU, iVSass. your power nntil ho submits. Some good breeders think disturbing The way to educate a horse not to bo ' their hogs in the middle of the day tc afraid of things is to get him used to induce them to eat at thitt time is not A. S. them by bringing him into frequent con- -' altogether desirable; but they will not tact with them. If the horse is afraid of eat more than they can digest, and all SURGEON DENTIST. . 0. McUoberti' the roport of firearms, just throw him Office on Main street, over thev will digest and assimilate is. 1 taki Drug Store, Stanford. down and fire off n pistol over him. it, about what they should have during Whenever he makes a motion to get tip, ' such an importuut period of their lives. D. D. S. pull the strap that holds him down and, They will eat an astonishing quantit R. C. MORGAN, fire off tho pistol again. This can bo re-- of the fodder as well as ears, but by m peated, and a lesson should hiat thirty or means all of it; all that they eat seems DENTIST. forty minutes. The nest day give him to do them good, but if compelled to eat on Main street, opposite Ponraan House, Office up stairs. Nitrous Oxide lias given for painless another lesson, and in about threo days more of the fodder by having un insuffithe horse will pay no attention to the dis-- , ciency of corn they will not thrive "'"""""STANFORD, K ENTUCKV. charge of firearms. Another cause of fact, the stalks and blades alono not trouble is restiveness, which comes from the necessary fattening prop? THE SHELTON HOUSE, bad handling and from a too eager dis-To feed not les than twice u day position. It tells of a nervousness or im- as much as they will clean up the oars patience which develops easily into a from besides much of the fodder while D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, multitude of vices, such as rearing, buck- -' making mora work and being lee con- iug, bolting, balking and even vicious-- , venient than giving a larger quantity at accommodations at reasonable rates. nes in shoeing when badly handled. once and not so fresh, pys well, as the mado an ' fresher it is at each feeding the greater Open d.iy and night. Sample room and gtod livery Tho restive horso can easily in connection. inveterate balkor. It is difficult to euro the nvidity and relish with whioh it u when it becomes a confirmed vice. Gen-- eaten. tleness and patient firmness of tho trainer l At first blush it may poem to feeders .aKWA-RID- . must cure aud prevent. Many an am- who have not tried it to Ira a recklaos I will give thaboe reward for the arrest and bitious horse is ever ready to start unless wnste of their immature new corn to convictiou of the thleTor thieves wuo DroKe open ho has been taught never to start until chop it down, wagon load after wagon .ind robbed my store at Rowland on the night of word in given. It is easy to train tho load, and dump it day after day before a Sept. 1 The goods that I can miss at present are the as follows; suit of clothes, a blue Plaid mt a average horse not to stait unless tho lot of swine that act for a time us if they coat, brown Plaid: 3 coats, blacjc small llaldjj lines are drawn and tho wonl given. would never gat quite enough, but I am blue Plaid 4 or 5 pairs of pants all same price, 11 black shim, 6 white shuts, 6 black necktins. a Horses are less to blame than drivers for free to say that whatever tho price of ' Mack straw hits, a Rents', watch chains-go- oa the habit of starting too soon. hogs, or corn either, I have never ronl- ohaini, lady's wauli chain, ido., this chain is short with a charm in the form of boo. ia sold iz such satisfactory returns for any The comiu-- siiroi.si.irx.. ISAAC HAMILTON ringer rings, alt sues ' Rowland, Ky. as from that planted 5 A red letter year in tho history of tho oUlL'r cor 1 . onropshire sheep m America lolil is early and shoved right out to tho hogs iu fine Co. proving to isbe. This itself mutton and ' generous abundance, stalks and all, from wool sheep showing to be better the time it was in fair "roasting ear." adapted than any other for tho animal This does not apply alone to late varieSTANFORD. KV., OF the American fanner now wants in tho ties of field corn, but to early sweet corn, organised aud ready for business with Is now fully piesent state of the wool market. This Eoino of the lurger varieties of which is a sheep that will give first of all a fino yield tremendously of fat wars rich aa Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. and heavy mutton carcass and a good cream, with much fodder. A small 15,000. fleece of wool as a secondary conidorft-tio- tract of fertile ground affords a great Snrplus, . - deal of this sort of feed, because it can be planted much more thickly than SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL would bo best with larger dent corns tlmt BANK OK STANFORD, are intended to stand iu the field until Nowclosmc up) with the same assets and under matured. th same management. None of this talk is intended as arguBy provision of its chatter, depositors are as protected as are depositors in National ment against giving the hogs fed with Bantcsfits shareholders being held Individually tF"iHkajj:rrrj"f' iv i v.'a if stoc green corn some from the old crop; put liable to the extent ol the amount of their to the therein at the par value theroot, in addition net as U it whore they can get a it and eat all It may invested in such amouut they will, be it little or much. If conexecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully us . . an individual. venient to soften it by soaking so much '. who entrusted th'ir business to us m8i&s?JB&-To those Hank o the letter; it cannot help doing them while mnagiaB the Lincoln Nationalthanks and . ,jr v Stanford, we we hetc tender our many good. The point I would make is, do to transact thotr busin-s- s n trust tbey will continue not fritter nway tho most valuable, the with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt simoiNiimE riuzc vn.vNF.it. golden months all the year, because to sanuour twenty years, experience in a... Rams of this breed when they are first you may be outofof old corn and you banking andas Iieraieccunii3uuuu. with sound banking. class sometimes briug from JjOiJ to iJGOO think the shunts will get alono; bomehow even in England. Tho Shropshire was in UIkectors: the "pasture" until the new corn is produced originally from a croes in Eng, J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernou; for it is profitably potable to well land of the Cotswold and a breed occupy- nigh "make" tho hogs before J.M. Hall, Stanford; the season 3. Owsbjy, Stanford ; J. ing a great tract of land known as ilnrfo for ripo corn, and nearby storms make Embry, Stanford;, &.J. Common. At first tho animals were easy, quick fattening quite uncertain. J.K. Lynn, Stanford; black faced, had heavy horns and fleeces F. D. Coburu iu Breeders' Gazette. Carpsuur, MUWgeville; A. weighed alout two pounds. They have J. K.Haughman, Hustonville; been persistently improved by British F. Cash, Stanford; J. l'oluts of Interest. breeders till now they ara hornless, with William Geoch, Stanford, Ky. t ' The best remedy for a butting ram is to gray or dark spotted leg and faces, and "S.H. Shanks, President. cut his head off. A light boaid tied over J B. Owsley, Cashier nre apparently as easily kept and fathis eyes, however, will in &omo cases btop MoifoCoiii-wou- . tened as their ancestors of V. M. Hright, Teller. his mischief by hindering him from seeH. Haughinaa, General Hook Keeper. J. present yields ing straight ahead of him. The model Shropshire at The Poland China breed of hogs owes a mutton carcass of from 0 to 120 much of its prominence in this country BANK NATIONAL to Mr. L. X. Bonbani, of Ohio. superior to that of tho famed SouthOF STANFORD, KY. A splendid herd of tho best Jersey down. Tho wool belongs to the medium cows in America, gathered from all parts or short length. It varies somewhat in of tho country, will furnish a competiCapital Stock length in different specimens of the tive milk and butter test at the World's fair. It will be interesting to know 16,500 breed.is " Surplus certain that this grand sheep is whether tho eastern or western Jersey It to the fact well adapted to Attention of the public is invited in Stanford. tho cultivated farms of will tako tho prize. National Hank ,?"il. .V; !;,os only of the National Bank Act ' every part of this country. But whether sions Tho mo3t magnificent live stock over capital jt can .rustl0' 0 lrge rttnye3 where it exhibited in the country is being dis-depositors are eeured not only by tie ... . . iiuuiiis r j uv i 0 isv anfv rill !. ilia lib lv '"'"' ul ""'"severe "V. ,,,u"' go plajed at tilO ag riculturnl fairs this amount equal to the stock, so tnat laqamiw in weather or witnou , Brecders fe el that it will pay !u'n.i'uVr.'"nMohecSnd.tro. "I'.a",VsTVt0tho Uuited sutes govern- - mis not ueeu yet entirely proveu. it is rn ,,,. th,t possible stock of . .! :.... he iii4itv v" . ' are examineu ai however richly worth S?!Ii...7,,nt agents, thus securing addititonal us the Shropshire seemsu tothorough trial, all kinds and make known that they be tho coming depositors. and perfect safety tooriginally established as the bheep for tho American market. The have it. This institution, j During the first seven months of thl3 Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then iW5 and agricultural stations of tho coldest, ed as the National Hank of Stanford in Bank of year 1,112,07'J cattle wero slaughtered ut fitates ought to tako the ShropFirst National were shipped uninterChicago, while Stanford in ibSi. has had practically an supplied shire in hand and test it thoroughly. ' years It Is better rupted existence of 31 away to bo killed olsowhero. Tho best now with facilities for transacting business prompt l grades of Kittle arriving at Chicago are The Conch Horse In I'rauce. Iv and liberally than ever before in its long and corporations, honorable career. Accounts of respectfully Tho firbt government stable we visit- bought by the dressed beef men or aro firms and Individuals ed was at Autlien. Thero wero eleven shipped east. stallions kept here, nil very fino ones. Directory of this Hank is composed 01 Put occasionally a little hard wood The Among them was the noted stallion Ear-le- ashes or finely powdered tobacco in tho T, J. Foster, ofStanford; for which tho owner was offered food of sheep. This kills tho internal Forestus Reid, Liucoln county; $0,000 by an American importer last parasites which trouble this animal in J. V. Hayden, Stanford ; S. H. Haughman, Lincoln; year. Ho was sold to tho government particular. M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; afterward for more money. This horso Lincoln; Sprung knees aro now very common S. T. Harris, made a record as a trotter last season of among horses otherwiso sound. Tho J. S. Hocker. Stanfard; 4,000 yards in six minutes forty seconds, cause is attributed to heavyweight shoes G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; or over 2 miles at tho rato of 2.50. He nnd standing too long at a time in tho T. P. Hill, Stanford; W. G. Welch, Stanford. weighs 1,150 pounds, very handsome, stable. V.'. P. Tate, Stanford with eight inches of bono in front. Ho "Good Birfimnllk and lincecd meal ' OFFICERS: , i3 a very fine Epecimeu of tho lighter will never fail, that'a wliat wo'ro mado President; typo and stands at tho same low servf. S. Mocker? McRob.ru. Caihier: of rained ou the pail," is what a litter ice fee charged for all government stalj0haJ. A.M.Klnniy Assistant Cashier lions, three dollars by the season. Cor. of remarkably intelligent pigs is mjjdo A. . to say in Rural New Yorker. j American Cultiyator. j HI.-I- I AN. Neer "nrruU" nil I'.xpert Who lMuciitos but r; d.-os- 1 t vcnir -- sleeping carsorsice over the C, fh btwvdii Lot on Main Michigan Ccntril TUIIrcs-d-li)U'CVIttf tttwilU'-kTlC, e.uoStjjyr' l'oledo and Detroit and the lalry Cincinnati ia acres. Contuiinn; iiuik' of Mackinac ami the Northern Lake resorts TO reason These cars resumed for the has bei-F '.. WALTON, Stanford. leave Cincinnati csery evening xivpt Siturdny, crms easy at to o'clock, artiWnc at Mackinaw at 6 so tho next exiling From mv1lnc nenr Stan-- 1 any t,., 11. V 11 For rates, tickets, etc , rddr And I VA ) Or, a unail c)Mt old rd O McC'ormick general passenjiruni! agentt-rF- . has never been anything llko fully ap, Imiltr. with white p. t in frrehead and horns I). ticket agent, Clm.lni-.itlpitching fur anl I will suti'f) any one tor her MM'MJ'y-r- ' and if by touching on it now preciated, return or for In! rmatmn furnished me at Crab Bucklcn's Arnica Salve I can be the means of putting money into W. T alun, blaiifunt Orchard or W I' Vtxl in the world fur cuts, bruises, The best tho pockets of oven a few of tho many n... ,ii. .r salve rhi.im. fevti sores, tetter, chap tilt who look to these columns every week ped hands, chilblains, corn and all Ui- - erup or no pay reqmr I for ideal out of which eah can be evolv- tlons and positivilv cures piles,perlett satulatlioe, rnllnan VestibstM RurTet SUwptrs rrd Tt.ll Kivr It isiruaranteed I can point tho way by which ed money refunded to Trite. 7$ cents ed, or if man lUrfct Chair Cars wi all trains thratri to or Chlesuro nithout chanc. Ky. some of them can, if they will, realize I'or sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, On sia the Mwwuand ;rt the I test for the lent m fifty or sixty cents a bushel for a whole money. For information address In the corpomte limits 0 Rowland. V. A.. Chu tn Guaranteed Curo for La Qrlppo.! IAS. IIAKKBK. lot of corn that they would otherwise V G CRUSH, D. . A . l.mmi'l our We 86 M J DARST. ReAvhmt. market at thirty or forty cents, your Dr. Ring's New advertised druguisl t" Disiosery fur Consumption. u II space and their time will not bo taken Coughs mid Colds, upon this condition .. .IF YOU AUK r.OINt. with Li (inprxiard will use this rem-etie up in vain. according to itneitions, gising it a fair trial I allude to the subject of getting the and espennce no benelit, ou may return the bot-tiWe make and lime your money retundwl winter's output of fat hogs to fattening I)r i hi: this otfer because of the svondtrful mccpM of ep right away utilizing to tho fullest every Km,sNw during last snon laiUd no cas in whieh it hundred days, tho bo.it of i.'eniK. Have oueof the STANKOUD, K , A. R Penny urn-- , Til bottles lr all the year for the purpose, and not re- storeit Largeil slse 50c free at and $1. ' START THE SHOATS EARLY. H ft D THE O., H. Ac D. Through Car to Mnokinnw. nl s The throu-jl- i Siii;U"tlt,ns from o Mnii Wins Almtfl ' Mukrt 3Iiiih)' on ' One of my olil hobbies becomes dearer to mo in proportion na it grows oltlor. I ' nm euro it has a big money valuo that Street 1 to Stanford lli;. lAHl'n S'PO A X I'KI'l'MIO, ail 5t pr STor Salo Twenty Ifiulldinjj Iots )'" e . PORTMAN HOUSE, Dis.-oser- iut Ayes s Hals Vigor tho it rcsip. cures humors, stimulates row C,x d looks are moif tbun si in deep, dependms conditKitl of all the iUl organs. 1 i nahelth look, tie liver be inartise you Hase a bilic-a tl)Sp-ptl- . il v ur sioumch be disordered ou have you has U)k and if tourkidneja be anectitl pinthed look. Sturejowr health and you will ?,,- - tood looki. Klectnc Hitlers is the great alor-- !. terative and tonic, atts directly oh these sital a Motel ts, boils and givos Ciites turn; Penny s diu-- t d K W.I at A. romi store, 50 en u ,cf bottte Good Looks. JOSI2PII COFFEY. Pro'r. 1 his Hotel, renosated and rlurnishe!. is n.iw in my charxc nd I intend to conduct it so as to not onlv tiaiHtain m hie h reputation, but to add tn its lone I' t ol frMnds Spvsial acccsMsaoda- tions for commercial travelers and fine rssauss lor the dlspkiy of sample. wm Louiavutt ft nasMviLic n. It . Is the lirie for sou, as its '" A And 111 jT-l- First-clas- s Saloon HOUSE, I Double Zaily Trains Mjtke ctoie I. LIAR f Hand WOI. ROOMS attacked. JOhl.l'H COrFKY. iiniiritlora at j LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI I'or all points Co. gavo licr Caatorlo. When Bftuy was she- - svni a QillJ, slio cried for Castorla-WheWhen sho became Jtlsa, sho clung to Caatorla. When sho had Chi! 'run, alio gave tbetu Caatorla. Mcls, wo u THE RILEY K. U. THROUf.H 1ICKKTS SOLD l!A(,(.A(.l. CHI.CK.LD Or W. For any inf rmsn J A k RI W n London, 77 ItlliSY, Proprietor, - - - Kontucky. JrNN, PRICE, ' t have inos cd to my new Hotel and am Wnei prcparid than ever to aecomnxsdalf the public 1,000 i.ntr) attaen-- u aasl every ronsiHiief.ee de sired. Give we a call FRANK K1HEY. h v 1 R. K. GENTIIY I a Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln t to the action ol the Democratic prt. ccuni). sub-j- e A WAKNUTC. rr IrVe, berrl y dlcn )o Sl I'ihi are of vane-f r ur, under thsin penalties West nrcscrivrd lr JAMES McWHORTKR, mm Trav lass AkM IMHIStauf r K' V'tf, Jar 1 IHRtl' Oil eniireof nCti, K) ' tok m. .ri'ed Ul5ce x. K 13. peny, in office DenUsl. uth side Sr Dr. L M...11 t miles so-ti- n - , u-- tress-as- s -- - rectatly HutTiuan, Stanford, K). airrtt, Yosnit, Ky vsaaivn ? WfiM?. A,l lav rbZW w--: '.irlll m mi. 1. b. coojv, PHYSICIAN AND STAMFORD. 1 SURGEON, KY. ICE, ICE We will deliver K I MaWlne St. Louis. Til t, dirct . mi r 111 irl I" ou 'e ), paeh n ornln as foTxiv. Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. Drug Sfire Rtsideice ' nffiKom oropftr t ike juaition ot HusJanie. 11 tonville au'l Danville pikc 0rt' MiRohi-rls- seo-C- m s 1 Under 50 Founds 1 cents, over CO and under 100 1 cent, over 100 s ol n, cent. tsrlimt, liii'.talv..li t for lli!iik,ll Vlnts ,h ' '' i '" Ccntia l'i ' DR. JOHN SIANFORD. OfKc K-J- M. 11 CRAIG, KENTUCKY 1 1 M. $200 1 HomoopaLhlo Phyoioinu, .- R ELKIN & CO., Stanford, ti New YorJc, WtsMORtoM. CanaJ, and th le.clan Wrt. ChlJ' II .ti. i. New FnicUn -- Hours: to to a. .; to j p m ; to 3iir ww--a Ky. Hattiiaore, rtiilalchia, Qtiickesl time to Hlfrtslurf, tr.nklnlt K. SKKr.-Rlchnsood, VIUOIMA a.i (.lutskest lisx to st ISoston, tUBe on Lancaster street, opposite eoatt house I ' Good Fasrm J&or 1 Sal. ..-.- 1 r ul wish to ell privately w Kswsa of its Ar- , i mlNra rth of htojsjfutd, xinnicil pike. WH lotto ptoanrr Ml tftottintf to rrv on wishing to purctWM. Atsplytsi M K.-W- WJt f LKbPI - . r V sit chasuro lutlulln oa, If cstuuet tiuns ln ik(n- - direct yni.)it uranstin ville, Asheville, I Solid Trains, hasraact cars, smoking csrs aid eosrhrs. I'sil'ioun hui u irstwpers thr ih wa , roiili-Ksm- Mrr.d route i r Kncs. mis to lht Farmers BanMTrnst 4.si J. iiKit.ni. NOTICBTO THK.. .. ' THAArELliNrG I PUBLIC. h '.! nSMFr met 7m&::it.,m& y s ',T U mnrfmlm&stf'-ss- - n. htc opened is connection sa) Hotel. Hit MY-JSXIA KOITSjB. s First-ClasAnd off, r IJvery Stable, tho Country. -- sha-e- s. i atten-eio- 0t"M a: -- iraHaP Is . r" . the services cf it to the public Hr imI ' Tar vr ShT,' to the C Havi"!' nrw schKles and Iresh blotled horns make i") mersia It itom n jand tj a. inioita im ti ', I am ti' 'a l I.' tompare with st dies s wrll is (Ml-itin nyt'i.i g the) may fl wish in niy line Lin! 'rt a . ln! i.ti in The iiim JEbih UIOMI'M.V, tet. One tae a call. lal II nC'i.inr HiMtumr or Palace Slop')T Cars ti Ii. , withovt csunkt lor aa) cn i k'TSin lisjeak. ' Se ma ..! Mrntiiomery. H intts.l.r Ii'iatjr, Kl tern r. Mrwihis and ARKANSAS :. iv-- t a, M" and Huiikot t A niaLjii S c suatlr at NJ. A Dun! i .'n estca witl.i ut oomibus tioatvr for II istou, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AKD CALIFORNIA. l THe nly thrnuh liae t' Ja. on anil i. urj, Sliss ,Sihrvep.'t La , maliiij dirst i. n ti ns I ,r I tt u tratislrr wilh.snt rih Auxin Smi. Anlouus, L) I'asu and , mtsiii TEXAS, ARIZOHA, MEXICO, CALIFOnNI A. l',r thruuifh rat.'S cutre-- t c, int mjtsand I lnfiimatiun tall on At 1st Jun. ti.n I nv. Ky HtVNK W Wiiol I LY, oraddr.ss 'liav lass Apt , Lean ,1. i h.r I) Mil I FR D U EDWAKDS, IralH M..er , b ,kTA, ' u(nU. Macon. in, isartcston, V.IIX, BOSM.1WS WIIUTICK, ,K DA lint I he only lire ruaniosr solid trains C At CSattatMKtga for Atlants. Colossi us, ,U mil; r j ri.U ,h u s i witl. I' niinsK iHe I s n nsnf in 1 r(Bli--ti3ii- s ,IKNs il. ItU i . lin.i.rsli ( f Eest Renteeky Centra! R.R. "ailT.!-- . (fHASS UOUTJC." Tho Shortest and Quickest Houto from Oontrftl Kotituclty to ivll points North nnU Sottth'-WortKaat, Fas Ijlno batWMttu I,oslui?ton nnd Clucln- mat. I W. GRKKN, I'rot.tKtor AL BURNS, MunaKr TAXES I TAXES tax-pay- I ! OLD EY. ROUTE , rij-e- TOTAX-I'AYKH- S OF LINCOLN COUNTY. I am prepared toccllct you Uses for l&yi 1 base schuol tas to eulkicl tor u disliuts. f.rr.ie prepared to pay nil at one time. I hope will try to be first to settle tlist esery with me or one of my deputies ui: Richard M. Ncwland, iaiuuilW. Slaiietoe. J. N MENKFEE. Ca. SherirT of Lincoln 34-- Newpott New A MitMs.ipni Vallty Co auia veatiuuien i rains 10 "E. 1). Wt t. Vashington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, 1 THROUGH All poi.it East and Scutheat. Only one i.rit out from Lexioicton, Corrected Time Card iu Effect May 8, iloj. TR1N' CINCINNATI TO MID DLLkHOKOUGH and JKLI.1C. SCHEDULE IN irFFECT MAY i..,igji. No 1. ; No. s I South-Houn- V (. FIRST i!r,r,7ouSl mMft S200,000 JiIiiMt Jlouml. Fast Mall leaves l.uillietosi daily at 7 iC am. Wn.cHw.terS ss. Mt. StorlW.u.Oliic Hill i o Ashland u is pm, cailctoourx 11 so, arriving at Huntington ta.jo pn Limited Kspis leases Lfilutton lail at 6 it ri.,. tirui.As nltl ikores. slein diseases. pm, Winchester 700. .Ml Sterling 7 jo, Olive Hill corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter Aihland ioo Catlettsburt; to 43, arris In; at burns, dew.. poison :...... .UAt,il.r,i1Wherever It 9n,t ,... and bruises. Kfili.f art inn has luntint-tm- i at 11 07 pm ...-- J Acrotuwudation, daily, rirctd Sunday, loaves its propensity lor removing sorenes is reuarku-bl- . LexiiiKton at 5 t pm, V in. ht'Sler7 io, Sit. SterNumerous tostitnoiiuls will be securest and ling 7 4J arriving at Olive Hill at 10 pm. at a later date. Made will appear in this Accommodation, dally exii'pt Sunday, leaves and so.d by Lexington at 11 onm, Winchester is so pm, Mt 11. Ky. yViyr J. SterlniK Iu5 pin. Daily leave Ollse Hill 641am' Ashland 845 am, Catlltsluis 901, arrises Hunt Ington 9 13 am. is1 M&m mi sco Lvc Lve Lvo Air Lve Arr Air Arr Arr Lve Arr Lsc Arr Ex. Sun. Daily Cincinnati ... 8 10 a ml S en p Coviagton..., 8 18 a in J ol p Falmouth...., o 4 a m 9 16 p 11 is a m 10 33 p Paris Lexinjion. . 11 10 p ffl 11 00 p Paris zi 15 am J Ix m. in ru 111 in o 10 p m 7 n jopn is p m i jO p 4 p ro Winchester.. Richmond. ., it in I 4 1 i Stanford Rirhmend ... Lancaster. ., IW p in 35 p m 45 p m m Oj'JIl 35 p J 7 1 Ss m ....,, Mlddleslsoro d. Litington.... i 35 P nt tn 3 IS 7 JSPtn North-Houn- No. No. N'p.i Farmers, A, Atton-ticrL- ' fuel for tho Win- Now is the time to lay in yojr ter at cheap rater. Senljastothe Catlettsburgoac, Ashland Sterling 10 J7, inchctter at iao pin N 1 Fast Moil loaves Huiitlnuton dally at 600 am, A 37, Ollso Hill 8 Jo. Mt -t 11 os and arrises Loa-liif- A't Jiouiitl. a (inri-niiiiirr- s m - - 9 - 1 1 1 v .. .t Laurel County Coal Association 500) HuslieTcar "i iiisii wv.. lu np coal ............ 1'hia coal should at mints for present delivery. 1 """"" Kv and order a Five Hundred; Limited Expruis leaves Hiinilnjtun daily at I aa pm, CathttsburK 39, Ashland 1 5. Olive Hill 301, Ml.MeilliiL 4 3, Wmehcslsr 4 s'jncl arrives - 1 .,, h,t cost you a iraciiou over in car load lots. John II. Castleman. va u" w.u, A. f. Laaham "bliz-zurdes- t" ucainre-orsanliedasth- e i 075,-lC- ROYAL insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. B AHBEE & CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, .tr.pt Simdav, lease, M. si.rlhnr 6 . Winchester and arrives at Lexinijluii at 8 05 am. 7 Accor.u odatlon daily leases Huntington at 6 35 pm, Catleltsburg 657. Ashland 7 10 and arnves at Olive HillS 55 pm. Except Sunday leases Mt Sterling at ao pm, Winchester 55 und arrives a LexinKtim at a 4S pm Limited Vestibitled Express runs daily and las Pullman Vesllbuled Huffct Sleepers between Louisville, Lexington, Washington, New York and Old rutin Comfort. This train Is made part of the celebrated n,'"01,' ,m" "," 15 1 1 t ''110 hdu-cwn- es solic-te- d. I y, Commerce Building", Louisville. Agents thrcuHhout the South. East of HuntinRtun on the C. A- O. Route. Fast Mail Trains run dally except Sunday Lexington nnd Huntington, Make direct at connection at Huntington with C. .V O.:K. Ash C. R. land wiih S. V. R.J at Winchester with bound, and at Lexington with It. north and south & N., L. S. nnd C , N. O. .V 1 . P. Railroads. L Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to -and from K. C. points and at I.cxingtor. with L, A- N. R. R. for Louisville. Lexington nnd Mt. Sterling Accommodation runs dally except Sunday, and mikes direct connection at Winchester to nnd from. Mlddlrsbnr. ough ami Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. Uy. for Louisville. For full information in retard to rates, routes, Ac , apply to any agent of tins or (.ounce ting Imcs F. F. V. Lve Mlddlesboro 6 j a m S s g l.ve Livingston 11 IS a in u a sf a m Arr Richmond Lve Stanford .. 7 00 a m Lve Lancaster 7 So a in o is a m Arr Richmond. Lve Richmond.. la 46 p in 6 os a in Arr Winchester, I 40 p m 6S5 a mi Arr Pans 3J p m 7 45 am; Lve Lexlugton .. a 00 p in 7 00 a in 3 45 P m Lve Paris 45 p m 1 S3 a m 4 3 P m Lve Falmouth... 4 10 p m 9 'J a ml 5 30 p m Arr Covington... S 40 p m to 49 a in" 6 37 P ra Arr Cincinnati... 5 so P in 10 ss a ml 6 45 p in On theMaysville Hranch, No 10. leaves Paris at 755, am and No. la, at 615, p in, arriving at Maysvilleat 1010, am, and 830, p m. No. n leaves Mavsvillc at son m arrX,;,, Pa.i. .. 740, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at I 50 and arrives at Paris at 4 :o, p m. These trains are daily except Sunday. No. 1, dully to all points except Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday. No, runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati, No, 1 runs dnlly No s runs daily from all stations except the Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday. Np 3 daily except Sunday. No 4 daily betNsein Cincinnati nnd Lexington No. 43 Paris and Lexiogton Accommodation daily. Leaves Lexington 10,00 a. m. Arrives Pans 1 f W. A. TXIIBBLE, Local Agent, STANronn.KY. "Vl C. L. HROWN, G. P A., Lexington, Ky. W. S. HARRISON, W. HARNEY, G G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Aihland, K. II U NTINOTON, V. P. and 0. M., nati $ 10 pm Arrises Fulmouth 705pm daily except Sunday, No. 7 Leases Fnl mouth Coon in. Arrives Cincinnati 7 35 a m dally except Sunday. No. a and rtrnuka counccitcns at Winchester for points on the N. N. .V M. V. R'y, . D a cornea ihroiiijh cars from Cincinnatito Middlesborough and Cumbtvland Gap and all stations and runs daily. W. I. MUNSON. Trar. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati A'lMORE, ,1U.,i,u.,., Traflic Manager. Gen Pais. Agt, General office, Louisville. Kv. S. F. II. MORSE, UeiiM Pass'g'r Agi.. Ky Office Chamber ol Commerce liuilding.Cinebnst, 10.45 a in No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leases Cincin- ...'. Sj-i- yr srfsf ll )lnilsifaia j '' ? sslsstti' t. ,CiV- - i;t: m.H -- ,&. ,n -- . .A. Wi,aVie. ii ir - C, " ' -. ... V iflteuiitft 181 I " lUKini ssfco iJ3j