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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891091501 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. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. LONDON, Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1891. CHURCH AFFAIRS. NO. 56 ; I LAUREL COUNTY. Hale and Tom Deckner, brothers and lie tetofore good fiieiiiN, got ilrinik Friday evening ' the Houl tight, Creek neighborhood and had of Deckner. which tesulti'd in the death Deckner drew his pistol nml fdiot Halo in thu nrtn, who wrenched it from him midsliot Deckner once In thu thigh and once in the buck, the bull pawing through K. In-la- Rev. A. S. .Model t is insisting in n revival meeting at Paint Lick. KM. W. C. Tharp will avdst Kid. W. L. William in a mooting Ht Hustonville, beginning the 1st Sunday in November. Rev. J. W. Arn.iy, of tho .Muthodist church, is undergoing church trial for entering bis hoists in races at Suvniinc, Mich. hiH boily. John Bull was let out of jail, IVi day, whore ho hiul been serving out u pistol ease. While in jail he witnessed in u light but.veen two of the prisoner which one of them had to he choked oil' of another' none, lie had a grudge against old man Anderson Wyatt und na Boon an he got to his home at Kint Bern Htadt he raised a row with Wyalt, and proceeded to do the nose act with him. Ho bit oil' the end of Mr. Wyatt'ri nose, pit it out and put his foot it. Bull is IS years old and Wyntt nbout 00. Bull is in jail. Mrs. Sallie Loavell, of Drynntsvflle, is visiting here, l'rof. Charles K. Brock was homo Sunday from Williamsburg, and is delighted with his new surround lugs, Mr. Joe Adams, formerly of your town, has resigned as niMit at Lily, and has been given a better position at CumHo was here Saturday. berland Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller, a newly mar ried couple from Barbourvllle, weie visiting Mrs. Sue Karis this week. Uev. Struve, the new Methodist pastor ap pointel by the recent .inference, preach ed his firnt oernion here Sunday. J. T. Brown and non, Fred, went to Louisville a few days ago. Marriuire licence issued last week to the following parties M. V. Kldener and Nancy Diiigluun, Wiu. Phelps and Julia Goodin. J. It. IMrman and Mariah Hammock, James Allen and Martha Allen, Mezir l.wiaig nnd Sallie A. Phillips J. K. Bairett und Mary K. Hartsock, Willinm Jones and Mita Maggie Storms. (p. The State evangelist has not yet arrived, but Rev. lin Helm 13 conducting the Presbyti'iinn meeting and will do so until ho docs. Rev. B. F. Clny lectured at last night, on "MormonUm ao he h.uv it at Salt Lake City," and will lecatTiirnersville. tin Tho Ladies of the Crab Oi chard Christian church have just raised a donation with which they propose to purchase Rev. J. G. Livingston an elegant baptismal suit. Tho Rev. Hnydcn is determined to try them all. The Kentucky Conference which had but recently received him from the Christian church, dropped him at his rcquet,t to go to the Presbyterians. Thu report to the Conference of the M K. Church, South, shown a membership of 1, '.'00,000. and theircontributions to all purposes amounted to or h'M than 5 cents a week for each comMeCor-innck- The Famous Orphan Brigade. !o was composed of tho 2nd, 1th, JUli, (ith and 0th infantry, and tho cavalry was organized in November, IS(H, Grig. Gen. John C. Breckinridge being its first commander. IIu was succeeded, 0:1 bis promotion to tho rank of major general, by Gen. Roger W. Hanson, who was killed nt Muifreesboro January A, lSdl. (Jen. Ben Hardin Helm was appointed to succed him January 20, 1S3. He was killed September 20, ISti:;, at Chickamatiga. Col. Joseph H. Lewis took command on tno field nnd was promoted to the rank of brigadier geiiuru! September 30, 1.V13, retaining bis position till the close of the war. HU3T0NVILLE. Thu btiiM municant. The second ecumenical Conference of tho Methodist Church will he held in Washington, commencing Oct. 7th, and continuing two weeks. The 43,000,000 Methodists in the world will be repre- sented by r00 delegates. The Central German Methodist Conference, including Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania and parts of Illinois and Michigan, in session at Covington, decided by n vote of HHi to 1 that women should not bo admitted as delegates. Our Methodist friends were much pleased with the two sermons of their new pastor, Rev. W. K Arnold Sunday, Babbitt's Oratorical Dout. and are contldent they will be pleased At Mt. Vernon, in a murder case in with him. He was on the Danville cirwhich the prosecutian was represented cuit last year to assist Rev. Pierce, who by Commonwealth's Attorney Herndnn, was frequently too ill to preach. His Col. W. 0. Bradley, (i. W. McClure and family, consisting of wife nnd two chilB.C.Warren, Hon. Fontaine F. Bob dren, will move here'na Boon as practibitt, who followed Mr. Warren, began cal. bis speech as follows. e Tho Lexington Transcript Cie.nti.kmk.v or tiik Ji'iiv: Thunders soldier preacher, who never touchfrom thu storm of persecution that ed liquor, tobacco, cards, coffee, and tihook the castellated peaks of old never uttered an oath, Col. Richard M. and awoke the wild, sleepim: (jano, now of Texas, has been conductechoes of her forests, and even disturbed ing n revival meeting for a wuek at the s in their Chestnut Street Mission. About --'o the repose of the Rloomy dens upon the lofty summit of have confessed their faith nnd the house "WildCat Mount tin, having subsided, you is crowded every night with persons who will now listen to the soft, mild, gentle are strongly -- oncrned for their soul's zephyrs of truth! The voice of perse- snlvation." cution ii always loud and bolaterou", Tho average increase of the populathe voice of truth gentle, mild and tion in thu Suites where the Southern Look what an invincible quar- Presbyterian church works has been 'JO tette is prosecuting this poor, friendless per cent, in the decide, while devd. All four of them able generals. church has made 12 per cent, growth. General Sagacity, who wins by shrewd- The growth of the Northern Presbyteness, Genera! Fiigaclty, and General rian church has been J0 per cent, while Pugnacity, and General Mendacity, who thu population within its bounds has lies bis way through. Gentlemen, theie grown 2" or per cent. Religion is aru your titles, divide them to suit your- hardly dying out as fur these denominaselves, and if you can't agtee about the tions are concerned. divide draw straws for them. Rev. Ben Helm furnishes this interesting and gratifying item: Total con-- The Gulon Lino steamer Arizona, tribution1 of the Southern Presbyterian huh left 'New York September i for church for all religious objects in the Liverpool, collided in a dense fog off an un- year lSlkMll, are 1,817,335; total comSandy Hook September , with 7 1,005; municants, contributed per known sailing vessel. Nothing but member, 510. 13 ; total number of churchwreckage could be found after the crash, es, 'J, 133; ministers, l,IMi; Kentucky's and the iudicatioun nro the cinft went growth in population in 10 years, 12 per down with all on board. cent ; Kentucky Southern Presbyterian Thu extra session af the Tennefisco growth, 5'J per cent. legislature, expires by limitation next church This plan suggested by Rev. Ben Saturday. No disposition of the convict Helm for the Stanford and Danville lease question has been made, but a bill Presbyterian churches to pay the salary creating a penitentiary uouiiuistdoii and of a missionary in China, has worked providing for the building of a new recommended for very satisfactorily, nearly of the whole Stato prison has been amount being raised either in cash or by passage in both houses, but it is thought subscription. Roy. R. A. linden, the thnt the whole matter will go on to the missionary left Saturday morning, taknext legislature. ing with him the good wishes and prayThe Richmond Register is kind enough ers of tho whole church, which in addito say. "We aru glad to know tli.it tion to his salary made him a present of Brother Walton has declined thu invita- twenty odd dollars. Tho SanctilicationistH have been tion to go to Knoxville. He is in the right place and his inlluence for good in holding a meeting in Jessamine, nnd na the community where ho lives has been usual acted like crazy people. A dis marked from thu time ho first started parch says one of them burned up his tho Intt.iuou Joiminai.. His loss to the, barn of tobacco nt once instead of by paper and to the county of Lincoln pipcfulls. Another smothered his bees ' because thu devil made them work on would bo irreparable." Sunday, and another shot a fine regisThe Hawkinsvillo Dispatch says: tered bull because ho gavo evidence of "Many of the fools think they can beat bruto instinct on Sunday after being solthe lawyer in expounding the lnw; one-ha- emnly reprimanded. All this in en think they cau beat thu doctor in lightened Kentucky and in tho UUh healing tho sick; two thirds of them contury! thiuk they can beat tho minister preachTiik Usual Way. "Henry asked me ing tho go'spel, and nil of them know to bo his wifu last night," sho told her they can beat tho editor running a newschum. paper." m "Oh, I'm so delighted, Gertrude. And Tho greatest known depth of tho ocean how did it happen ?" in tho Pacitlc is near thu Ladrono 'Well, ho nsked me and I said 'yea,' where soundings were made- to ft nnd that ho just stood up and folded his nrms." depth in excess of fivo mileo. , "What! ho was no moro interested P. I). Armour is tho largest individual than that?" commercial operator in tho world. Ilia "Oh, hut you see I was in thorn when transactions last year reached tho enor ho folded them." Philadelphia Times. moils aggregate of $t3,000,000. An Anti-SuTreasury convention is Tho mortgage Indebtedness of-- Kan- tqjneet at St. Louis and la expect- sas Is reported by tho census oilico,at "pilfcri t nHnmli.il MJ ...,..... In-- Allltinm. "jp." ...IIIIIU ' UlCU. about $250,000,000. says:-"ThBock-castle, Tbo members o'f the brigade were very greatly attached to Gen. Hanson, and their sorrow at his death was very great. His successor, Gen. Helm, nt once firmly established himself in their esteem in every respect, and when he followed thu lamented Hanson they felt bereaved indeed. It was then they took the name that has distinguished them till now. The lirst serious fighting of tho brig-ad- o was done at Shiloh, where its) loss was very heavy, nnd where it distinguished itself in audi a manner as to call forth the encomiums of the commanding general and tho oilicers of the government. The brigade joined in the battle at Corinth and the defense of Vicksburg. It sullered desperately at the battle ot Murfreeaboro, and was almost decimated at Chicamatiga. It did some glorious fighting at Mission Ridge nnd Jonesboro, Ga. In his stirring welcomejaddress to tbo survivors at Oweusboro last week, Congressman W. T. Ellis, said : When you marched out of your camps at D.ilton on May 7 l&H, you had in your ranks 1,110 men with musKets in their hands. When you halted in front of Atlanta 100 days later you had only 210 ; 100 of your comrades did not answer at the roll call. Where were they? Had they desert- they skulked to places of safety in the rear? No. Had they been captured by the enemy? No. ed? No. Had wild-cat- e. They were dead on bloody fields, or in hospitals from ;honorable wounds received in the fore front of the battle. The number of wounds inflicted in your brigade during the campaign, in eluding tho killed, was 2,000. Not 10 of your number had escaped wounds; many of them had been wounded a half dozen time.9. Thnt was the closing chapter, which you as confederate soldiers added to the military annals of Kentucky, a chapter which will not fade out while tho Statu keeps a record of its heroes. eutTering th-i- t novel nnd extensive entertainment the benefit of the charitable institu tions of Lexington, will be held in thut A for '- -'( city Sep. 23 and 24. The programme will consist in part of n Carnival of Nations and n Dickens and other) special features by the ladies at floral hall. Oil thu mile track, winch will bo enclosed for tho purpose, mich sport as fa tournament of knights. An English'4fox chase to be presided over by Gen. Wnde Hampton. Deer chases, wolf hunts, tournament, a National dog show, and many other attractions, chiefly of which will be Prof. Randall's air ship. Excursion rates on all railroads. For further information apply to Gen. W. II. Gentry, prebideut, or Geo. A. Bain, hecretary. by-cicl- e Miss Lena Williams was married Friday evening at tho residence of her father, Will R. Williams, to Mr. Hnm.rl J. M. HUB3ARD, A. M., President. Oldson, niauager of tho Paris Water H orks. J la-- secret was divulged but a 1st, 1S9X. , few hours before thu wedding and was a te.ulier. Superior jnn i i Literature Muic and pleasant surprise to all Miss Lena's Fullworpvot ConserMOr) and Norrnil Art. Excellent hoarding department. Catnloju: and circular furm.'iel on application. friends, exept a favored few who were in her confidence. Mr. Oldson baa drawn w priza of which he can proudly boast. It is refreshing to rend thnt grand-pap'- s graud-son- , 15. F. ISL.AKI3JXAN, after, with Uucle Jerry's aid, giving tho count! bountiful crops in spots -f- inds titno to put in an afterThe record work, ha noon rail shooting on Maurice river good, and we of the Stanford Male Academy for thorough palm will besn in the pat, evceptknally would uure us paton aud friends that no be spirel to maintain it farmer high standard. meadows. It is especially gratifying to ihecoimeof itudy will include all brun.h nMary to prepare for the Frehman clai in Collearn that he made the biggest bug, but, lege and at the an.e time will be arranged t t tne want of tlioe tekinva first claii English edwho mayd.ire ucation. For how many misses did he score and what book keeping tliosebe mirked out to ht tliem.ylves for buslne, 3. peiat courte In Arithmetic aud will The fall will open TUESDAY, SEPT 1ST, and it ii desirable that alt pupiU be pr brand of wads did he use? Generalicut on that day ties are not gratifying in mention of TERMS: sucli momentous mattere. (For five months, payable quarterly in advance, with reasonable deduction for protracted liclne'S.) Primary Department .., Messrs. John Beideu and Will J11.50 .', Iutermeiliatp Department i 17.50 of Lebanon, camo up Sunday on a Llastral Department 21.50 brief visit to kiusfolk. John Wush.lately a tncidertal tee , t.oo merchant nt this place, is here with his brothers, I. F. and Wallace Steele. Mr. P. ColENTRAL UNIVERSITY RICHMOND. KY. Departments-legea Fourteen Three W. Napier, who has operated a branch oidtutly, CniicAL,bHKNTiFic, ComMr.KllL. A.D L.KTTER UOUKiES. of his vast mercantile business here for " .'"i " utuivj geographical ."f1 "?" "icii, CHcn a specialist in hi department. a year or so lias removed the remnanta centre of the State, In the heart of the Richmond, the region 000 feet from malaria, by of his stock to Russellville, and Walter above the sea, fiec and hospitable a few hours and rail from Louisville, Clm.mnti, Knoxville ami Chat, tanooea. Refined commumtj students find homes in the best families and MemoC. Greening will open a stock of grocerial Hall. Ia.t session 4y, trom 39 States, Territories and countries. ries and hardware at the stand just va- WAttendanco Now Gymnasium More than ?iou,ono added to the endowment last year. Elghty-tWlit) scholarships tor tne benefit of worthy, poor young man. cated. Several ventures in Mr. G.'s pro$175 to $M' Expensed moderate Wednesday, lor tuition board, washing and sen ant attention. September y, ifyi posed line have expired here after a Noxt Session opens For catalogue apply to L. H. BLANTON, D. D. Chancellor. brief struggle, but Waller intends demou- strating that there's money in it. iJut one farmer has egun cutting com m this end, so far a? seen from. The blades of corn are all lields as green as a farmer delights in C seeing them in July and August, and DANVILLE, KY. .. ll .!( ouuuhB, except on tlow lands . . uuitun nllllnl. have assumed the yellow cast which at- tends maturity of ear. Frost is the With a tull course of stuly, Loth English and Classical While the course of instruction is especialen for intended at the same time to furnish a. great dread now and "When will it ly adaoted to prepare young any who the Fre.hman Class, it is with liberal Knglish education to desire It. In connection the Academy frost?" is as much the stereotyped greeting of farmers now as "When will it .A. rain?" was last May. The observing old Has been established in the home and under the personal contrrl of the Principal. Regular study timers are serene. They say the cockle-bu- r hours under the supcrlsion of the Principal and assKtsnts and the restraints and goieriiment of a. Christian home are con billed with the best educational advantages. has yet to defer its maturity till For turlher particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address frost and many of them aro found in JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danvlllo, Ky. their infancy. It is not surprising that daily pa- 1!!ll,'fPMTDP PHI I in the PftP Oldest College lead, ng desrr-o- More than 1,000 alumni, lilill. VIjIi f pers that are familiar with the editorial Elective. Full JFacultv. OULiLfCiULi. T'reecoir.vs errctej toComplete Classical, Scientific and Tw elegant buildings juit G)mnaiuin. Location page of the IxTrmou Jol'kxal should htnlthful. Nosalocrs N.xtcn.i Ithiiik bej-- t o, i&ot. Irr ct.lri:uo or lurthfr information address W. C. YOUNG, 1) D , Danville Ky. be casting about for means to ingraft, but the Knoxville man either didn't work out Ked John's Biblical problem correctly, or vastly underestimates a MS constituency's appreciation of a good thing, if he thought an oiler such as reported would tempt a tidewater Virginian to the wilds of Kast S. IE. Cor. ltli ic Vino, Cincinnati, O. Tennessee, after nearly two decades nc-Short-Han- d, Type-Willin- g, climation to the present Eden spot of Book-keepin- g, the world. Add another i a lght to your oiler, .Mr. Tennessee man, and your i Business Practice, Correspondence, Cerking, Commercial Arithmetic, . ' proposition may be entertained. Penmanship and all Business Branches. Mrs. Henry Camnitz is visiting her Established 1862. Lnnreand nourishing. Twelvo Instructors. Up with the time. sister, .Mrs. Culbertson, at Covington.! Fits thoroughly for lliwlnehs Pursuits. Has the confidence of the lluslucs Community. The gtuilfiil.i are In ifernanil unci cire aided (it gecurltig employment. The charges are Wallace Steele left Sunday for Knoxville, reasonable. Uonrd can bo had In thu city ut low figures. Day and Nli;ht Sesslont. Doea as promises. Investigation solicited. Scud tor catalogue. C. W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. w here he has large real estate interests. ' Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, Septejiiber r i i STANFORD MALE ACADEMY Principal. mx-- ep-eUl- lr M Cub-bel- l, . o atuiii Illue-Ura- ss 1 O xi Centre College Aeademy 1 1 I - f !Tne Scso" 0f tins Institution !Beins Sept. 9, 11 Home Boarding & Training1 Department South-wes- t. I- t m blue-gras- s --VtJW wzol (JMM0UWJ(0Utf 1 Telegraphy, , J Miss Molhe Butcher, of Crab Orchard, has charge of the colored school here.! Dr. Hrown is in the dumps. His favor- ite dog, Jim Buck, a most accomplished rca G.viiitAnnCorsTV. Hon. R. H. was appointed county attorney, Monday, by Judge Robinson. Garrard College opened on Tuesday, with 101 pupils, IS in the boarding department. Canor L. Roberts, charged with tho killing of Joel Parks, executed tho 3,000 bond Tuesday. Howard J. Marrs left the early part of the week for Louisville nnd matriculati'd in tho school of pharHill have bought n macy. Sanders good butcher cattle nt 2 to 3c loadof Record. Tom-lins- ou Oxk Fvus roil Rjl'SI) Tail'. On Sop tomber 22 tickets at tho rato of oua faro will bo sold from all points in territory Bonth of the Ohio river und west of Indiana to all points in Ohio, Indiana nnd Michigan on the lino of or reached via thu C. II. A D. or its connections. The tickets will bo good 30 days from date of sale. As'cyour local ngent for tickets , via that road, or address E. O. McCor-mickO. G. P. & T. A., Cincinnati, - younciter, disappeared .Saturday most mysteriously. Jim was at home from school duriui; holidays, having a splen- -' did time, ami as his books balance to a cent, no solution but abduction HUSKet-titself. Jim is a full blood water spaniel, i whose prompt lecovery is greatly desired by all ids actjuaiutances and anv ' information leading to discovery of his ' whereabouts will be most gratefully nc- ' knowledged. As rather more'smut than for many years past 1ms been discovered in ninny crops of wheat, it is not amiss to warn farmeis that carelessness in sowing ' smutty wheat is an expensive economy i as the lungus is thereby multiplied vastly in the growing crop. Sulphate of, copper bluestone is proved one of the cheapest, ellicient fungicides nnd one pound dissolved in a barrel Jof water is found sullicient for eight bushels of wheat. As the crystals are slow to dis j solve, we give n suggestion setn as to facilitation of a solutiou. Instead of pouring water on tho copper, pound it to a moderately fine powder aud suspend it from top'of ve.ssel, but partially submerged. Kuclosed in it fabric similar will insure prompt ac-- , to cheese-clottiou of tho water. , h mjfih )' vfc,xgfl7PtJ'.y pjum ''rra HEEaBSK3CE!J3Z?XZ v irm rirt . TSs . r.- - ttSt'13!2 WJ'W.V P'.lTVsuyfljj R t. vvN. rJ U , II i V Trf rfSSVaV j Hl xg' ?s ffif 5a9Jjfiifi if BHs BAS EVERY SSTTLE GUARANTEED IB M mm REMEDIES BIT w Ml m ?fcfl aflB-w&- fl A. vtKNsrubt FOR SOLD ijraBJr-i- K .S . Br"" r M 28 YEARS STXCUiSMQ. EVERYWHERE, IWJIRED 6!SHARDS8HTAVLQRMED.C0. UAVjiJMC aovajS3iaaMMiwasrviiwm h for Infants and Children. '' Mr. lf The Kind or Uovkunok k Have. J. M. Reid honds us the following: When John Young Drown was a mem- Catorl cures Colic, Constipation, "CastorU Is so well adapted to children thnt Sour Stomach, Piarrhcra. Eructation, I recommend it as superior to any prescription Kills Worm, gives bltvp, and yromoten dj. II. A. Aacntn, 31. D., known to me." Ill So. Oxford St., BrooUyn, N, Y. I Without iujurious medication. Tub CesTicn ConriST, 77 Blurray Street, Ji. Y. "If you think you're going to collect any mouey from me," said Ardup, dog- - gedly, as ho banded back tho bill, "you're away oil". You can't draw blood from n turnip." "Mnybb not," replied the man with the bill, peeling oil his coat, "but I'm going to see if I can't pound a littles out of n dead beat." . Mr. Oldboy My dear, that now cook of ours is homely enough to crack the j . b to-da- y - Int-unl- i ""'. Mrs. Oldboy with much decision) I'll attend to keeping tho plastering in The of Bright, repair, my dear. You won't have to couuty, has been discontinued. look nfter it. She's going to Btay. post-oillco kitchen plastering. ber of Congress somo years ago, in answer to a speech of D, F. Butler slandering and abusing the South and its people, ho bore 60 heavy on the old beast by showing him up in his true colors, thnt Diaine, speaker at the time, called (him to order, whereupon the House, being largely republican, immediately passed a resolution censuring him for the way he had handled "Old Cock Kye." hereupon the proud Kentuck-- I lan arose from his seat aud nfter congrat ulating tho r.ids tor their conduct on tho occasion, told them that it would bo tho ambition of bis life to wear their en- -j sure us it crown of lldullty to hia people ami n baugo ot honor to himself. Casey FARRIS -- & Dealers HARDIN, In- - Staple and Fancy Grocere s, Hardware Queers- - Glass- - and Tinware. SEE a OTTO KM3G &.ETT METE RAR-inA- R OF XiiLMPS. STRFSH - OF KAMAWHA SALT j. ,' T. w& ;tv w ly asp .ft.--- -' MnHMMMMri i Semi-Week- Interior Journal THE CON. COM. Stanford, Ky., Seitkmheu 10. 1891 W. P. WALTON. th.it the convention will down on Peleiwto Miller's proposisit tion to appoint n committeo of three members of the body to index nml put in book form the enrolled new constitution nnd with it the constitution of the United States, the compact with Virginia, the act of Congress admittiuK Ken tucky into tho union, the act calling the constitutional convention, the matfiia chartu and God knows what all. The members of tho committee are to net $10 a day each and have no limit put on the time for doing the work, which when liuished will be of no practical value, besides costing a small mint of money. There are too many of such publications lit only to take up shelf room. Another proposition of Mr. Miller is to increase the commission to levise the s'atutes to five and have them chosen from the members of the constitution, on tho grounds, perhaps, that no other men aro sensible and honest enough to do it. Tins commission is to cost Si:i a day for each member without limit to time. The people voted for the governor to appoint the commission aud taiil that three were enough. Thev elected a governor at tho same time fully competent to select capable men and this effort, like the other silly attempts to curtail his power y simply to gratify a petty spite, is unwoi-thof a great convention, which ought to be composed of statesmen, able to rise above such tliingM. It is hope ? purpose of the people in electing such an overwhelming majority in the next House to have tho wor&t evils of the McKinloy bill corrected, and relieve the public of its heaviest burdens. The republicans in the Senate have had light since the McKinley bill was passed and will not oppose its reasonable revision with the unanimity and fervor with which they advocated its passage. Their majority in the Senate is not large, and upon this question, if properly presented, it is not compact. The republican senators from Northwestern States, together with some others, perhaps, will not bo compelled by any caucus to vote against a judiciously framed bill to revise a tariff against which the people of their States are in bill can bu passrevolt. A ed through both houses this year, and the president will not be likely to veto it under the circumstances. But if that is to be done all other questions must be made subsidiary, and the bill itself must be framed with the utmost care, so that it shall give no excuse to partisanship to oppose it blindly in the Senate. well-defined The New York World says it was the Mr. Clav has not "seen tho railroads in elections." What ho has seen is tho distrust of his own mediocrity and demagogy displayed in every step of his public life. LTrey Woodson. A mistake in the addition changed he figures somewhat in the vote for the constitution. Tho final and correct figures are for constitution, 212,01-1- ; against, majority for, 1US, tts. Tho section of th" new constitution authorizing the governor to iippoint all State ollicers not provided for in the constitution was stricken out, and with it went much of the patronago in small ofiices the governor would have enjoyed. The convention is acting as it its einstitution is intended to last only through Governor Brown's administration. That idea may prove not far out of the way if the schemes of some of the delegates prevail. Covington Commonwealth. The constitutional convention will probably end its labors this week. The delegates should go home before they loso every vestig'j of their reputation. What an illiberal, illogical, collection of creatures they have grown to be. Louisville Critic. A dispatch says the conven'ion has nlaitilv developed spirit of animosity to ward the new government. The delegates opanly boast that before they are through altering the instrument as it was ratified at the polls, they will strip the new executive's office of every pos sible pover, especially that of appointing State and inferior State officials. They claim and vow openly that the governor has been nt heart opposed to the constitution till nlong, ami only favored it because his election depended upon it; that all the appointments he had made have been of men who fought the now constitution, and that he shall bo paid in his own coin by the convention. 74,-Ht- narrow-minde- d Tho Somerset Fair. The seventh annual meeting of tho Pu'aski County Fair Association, which endod Friday, was, like all of its predecessors, a grand success. In fact the Somerset fair ranks with the very best of them aud grows better as tho association grows older. Large crowds attended daily, while on Thursday aud Friday probably the largest gatherings lever known in Somerset were there. The disgood play of stock ob extraordinarily and a ring with less than 5 or 0 contestants was tho exception rather than the rule. The trotting .and running rates were all filled, with but one exception, and the sport was tine. Willie Carrol), a Madi3on county thoroughbred, but in the hands of Scott Farris, of this county, wore the laurels in the runnfng races e ch day and n prouder man tian his veteran trainer could not have been found. Aside from the pleasures of the fair a delightful hop was given on Thursday evening, which will not soon be forgot-teby those who attended. Tho nnisic, furnished by the Somerset Orchestra, was delightful, and witli the bevy of beauties that were there it would have been impossible to havu had other than a most ckarmipg lime. A number of Lincoln county people were present at both the fair and hop and enjoyed to the fullest extent the hospitality of the cleverest set of people K C. W. that exist u tariff-refor- It whs claimed bv the orators, who were teariug their shirts to get votes for it, that the new constitution positively prohibited tho working of couvicts outside of the walla of the penitentiary and many ignorant people were led to believe it. The I.sTEUioit Jouknal showed how, while pretending not to do so, the clause with reference to this question would admit of the working of couvicts outside the walls on nearly any pretext. 3Ir. Bronston, one of the loudest mouthed advocates of the constitution, which lie would have had the people believe was absolutely without flaw or blemish, agrees now that the section was as we claimed it, and has had it changed so as to read that under no circumstance, except in pestilence, shall the convicts be worked outside of prison walls. This will necessitate the building of another penitentiary and tho con. con. is still wasting the people's money at the rate of 1,000 a day. Poor old Kentucky! V The Odd Fellows laid tho foundation of a $800,000 temple at Cincinnati 5 iturday. The Dolawaro Iron Works, at were gutted by fire. Loss, $300,-00covered by insurance. Fight hnuds aro thrown out of employment. It. is estimated that the 100,000 or more Americans who visited Kurope this season have left more than $00,000,-00- 0 of good American money in foreign countries. Mrs. Theresa Fair, tho divorced wife of James G. Fair, of California, and who received about $3,000,000 from her husband at tho time of the divorce, died in San Francisco. The Greek ship Thessalia and tho Italian vessel Taormma collided off was Capo Conna Thursday, Taormna sunk. One hundred lives are supposed to have been lost. L. C. Shaul, conductor on n N. N. 6 M. V railroad local freight, fell from tho train at Farmer's Station and was instantly killed by tho fall. Kev. Nightingale, colored, adyised the negroes of Memphis to arm themselves for exterminating the whites. A row in the church followed and a number of persons were injured Mibs Sallie Matthews, a clerk in Collector Scott's ofiice, at Louisville, has been appointed postmaster atClovernort to succeed Misa Healey, who has held si ee appointed by Cleveland. The prize St., Bernard dog arrived at New York last week. Ho cost $:l,S50 and has won 70 prizes. His height is JU5 inches and his weight 2 17, and is said to be tho largest dog m the world. The Scott county grand jury at Georgetown indicted Milton Kendall, Sr., and his four sons for murder. There are three counts agaiust the senior Kendall, and two each against his eons. Tho Great Kutern Handicap wfb won atSheepsbead Bay by Ludwig, a 25 to 1 shot, Dagonet 2nd. All the favorites in the lace failed to show, long odds horsos running second and third. There aro about 0,000 Odd in tho United States, with a membership of over 700,000. Their cap ital amounts to over $0,000,000 and their yearly disbursements to $2,000,000. Warren county was visited Thurs day evening by a destructive rain and hail storm. The tobacco crop was ruined and much other damage done in the lo calities where tho hail fell heaviest. A verv fine bunch of bananas, grown in Galveston, Tex , was exhibited in tho Galveston chamber of commerce the othor day. The bunch carried 07 full grown bananas of excellent quality. Adam LaGevel, who has killed five people, was captured near Middlesboro. There was $500 reward offered for him. Ho had to be shot before he would sur render and the wound is thought to bo fatal. M. B. Curtis shot and killed a policeman at San Francisco while he had him handcuffed and on the way to the station house for a misdemeanor. Curtis is an actor and well known as "Samuel New-Castl0, huti-dre- d that evening before ami it m while driving homo in the gloaming, the attachment which bad been growing for several years, increased to such a point that they could not longer live separate, and an imnudiate union was determined upon. The bride is a veiy blight nnd pretty young lady and met her fate in Pans during the sojourn of her parents there. She is n nieco of ex Gov Bishop, of Ohio. Mr. Oldson is n reformed printer, at present manager of tho Paris Water Works. He is a handsome and clever young man of 24. Wo hope that the old saying marry in haste and repent at leisure will never be their experience, but that every day of their married life will be happier than the preceding. tui-pote- . aiiy37rf Bt!t. J. I. t'ASK, (iiii'Kory urovo rami. Home i.,wyn: "ncrtmm; ovcry known tviiioity. 1 rtiiioed a large Hutu It of two years Mainline, from n a year old lllly, with threo applications of ; HPiKr Vrler.HI.SO (IiH-- QUINN'S OINTMENT. II lstliolKM preparation l hnvocvoriuedorlirnrd of. 1 heartily recommend It to till llorM-iui'ii. We have hundreds of such testimonial uanrt. II J McKUIKUTS AV. njt kiiiut.miulunrx' prrbntilr. Ak yourdmintlMfiirlt tflio tmniiirlhr,firlilal( J. i:i)l)Y .t CO., IVIilli'lutll, N. . II. mS IIK.f.IVS W II M I. Hare, ol Indianapolis, owner of me "I havp tried nil the dilfer-ealxtte tartii, write reimiilci advertised for removing curl, splint and bunches. I feel trie in latme thut rave ovir iuiun'i Ointment Is by far the bent Orntsalunds. Mi nt NEW GOODS. -- 1 ucd " Our Stock of- - CTi D Q A T P or KKN'l An excellent Krm F U I O A Li C An My Improved, 105 acres, on Mn leu & pike. 3 mile fnm depot. 0i r. FOR KENT. FALL AND 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, a has ever been offered for their inspection in A for Farm of 230 Acres, (iord Uluc f'.rj to ii jj-t- f 'and, near Milledsoille, to relit Apply Privilege of H'tilim: thll.ill I.J KOHIVMlN, Kv. Ilustonvdlf, ?s STarm V c and Stools. I, 5891, and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, ThursJay, OctoUor ill soil mi the premises on Our Karnt ir. I iucln count) cnnUloirrnc TWO catrlly lo hi NftKKU ACKKSwf (rood land amt Stan lord, Danville. I.a.icmtei cated rmli 't At thefrom Hubble will also toll t J or 15 food iiiw time Mare and Colt. r'rmin lafJcinmits, and Kitchen Furniture. If of Tiotl y Alsti o food tc k pwm, Jo starV am! bushel of Hemp Settd of th latest II iy 1 I'iMiinn ol larm (tsen Itc. Ky BAJ SWiifB. llnbblr, ti. im Men's mid Boys Fine and Heavy Boots cud Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Mcii't and Hoys' Huts, Xcckweiir, And Gents' I'urcmhing Good... We .ire still sole ayents for the old reliable waterproof lU'KLL HOOTS. Fellow-Lodge- s htiute with 8 roomi, all ncieMArjr outbuilding., a large ham. good cittern at tho door, fileoty run and all .t or, about 500 aelcit fruit tree I1111B kind, of small fruit. (i. T McKOIlt- KTS. Stanford Alto 45 acre. 4 tnilt south of Stanford , in cultivation, halame in Rood Imber; twaU hou and rfood orchard and plenty nvtcr faiUn, O. V M 41 water. Sma!! Farm For Sale. Suav farm to Hide Xarlh offer for al ford, containing atre of good Und, I m 35 f td - M'KOBERTS ' & HXGGX3STS. i.itt LIME AND BRICK. I will deliver I.tme at 3$ Cent, a Uiithel In Lancaster, Stanford and the neighborhood. I will alio had on cars at Crab Orchard, HruV at 7J cents a hundred (jive me a chancr. IkH) Kill Kf.KR.Crali Orchard 116m , Is Receiving' His t Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Spring Summer Goods i Give .dm a call. fine imm :m .V m sale, The Executors of Thomax M. Llllard, deceased, will at his late rrtideiue, on THE WILLARD, ll.ATKALKXANDIR'S IlOItl.. - r A NEWSY NOTES. An electric swing suggested for the World's Fair will carry 21 people and SAing a distance of 000 feet. is searching the Scriptures, could he pause for a moment ami expound who it was or what Job had in liiu mind in the second verse of tho 12th chapter. Newport Journal. That's an easy one. The old nam's eye aud mind were fixed on the Kentucky constitutional conven tion and its infallible members. Will IJro. Blakely lead in prayer that it and they will soon die, even if we should have to struggle along without wisiom While the Kev. Walton, of the I. J., thereatter. Commonweal pays followiug high compliUov. Brown the ment: "The mail who now wears tho title of Governor of Kentucky is ttie , Governor, as the ringatera aud spoils-sorrow before men will find out to their many moons have waxed and waned. They cauuot by tluttery or any subtlo art, decoy him from tho path of duty. The people will Hud buii to be u watch-iu- l aud couiageous guardian of their interest:). Tuu Majsville According to Jewish estimates, the number of Jews in New York City is now between S0.000 and 100,000. Two persons suicided in ouu day by jumping into the water above Niagara Falls and being dashed over them. Fred Wiley shot and killed his half brother, John Hacker, at Pratt, Kan, A mob pursued Wiley and lynched him. Miss Kva Warren, a Greenup county school teacher, committed suicide because she thought she was losing her mind. It is said that the wino product of California this year will reach 1S,000,000 largest for or 20,000,000 gallons-t- he years. A Wilkesbarre man has sued a'min-stre- l company for $10,000 damages because the endman made him thn butt of a witticism. Powell county has a new $6,000 jail built of stone, brick and steel, and tho contractors are about through with the $20,000 court-housDr. II. K. Pusey, of Louisville, has ben appointed by Gov. Brown superintendent of tho Central Kentucky Insane e. fromStanford miles from Uantllle and farm imi'l besren tube anprrcaled. A few paints are these ist '1 he land itrich and productive, as the imps now up n it proir. d, II is splendidly fenced and watered, jd.lt has ben farmed judiciously for jo jears by one of the best farmer In t'e Mate and now It Is fr" from all weeds or impediments to the richest returns. 4II1. of I'osen." It is so thoroughly miprosed that 110 expense will ear Jth. 'lho Robert Franklin James, a son of be required on a It for two story brkk, huse pleiiJIJIy $ia,oooaml Is large, notorious bandit, has fuill, with to 100ms numerous chads and pan Frank James, the whole house trie., largo halls, bseiiiei.t underonly won a scholarship in a popularity con and good out houses rtlh. It is 4 nd.es by centre ol Texas. He goes to the pile to DaiivilU, the educational aud social Ken test at tor luc.y 7th, 1 he neighborhood It Marmaduke Military Academy, nt Sweet rounding, are nowhere excelled sth,be is d can fou guod a fine horse and stock farm lis Springs, Mo. uth. It iseuallj as good for grain and alum., and years the mu- irt psas for stoi grass Krs. 10th, It tuu been For the first time in lor man" years Ninety kept Iurg ly in nicipal election at Newport, Rhode Is acres will be sown In wheat by the nay of Nile, balance of the farm is in grits", escipt tswru land, resulted in a republican overthrow, the for corn Terms of sale ejs democrats electing the mayor, n full At thi tame lime aud place will offer lor sal- board of six aldermen and eight of the trm t of Knob Land containing about lao aires well timbered xnd withm half H mils) of Jmsk.Ihmi 15 cotiucilmen. ! PursoHsdtx, Al the Crops. Stock City ten share- - lUixlu National llauk Stock. The schooner Polar Star, Belize to Wednesday, Oct. a8, 1891, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. offer at public sale his fine Farm of y Aires, Rates $2.50 Per Day. located on the Danville Stanford tiirntuke, four l'hi 6 Cor. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KV. W. R. LOCAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan. J. L. Mar.shall.JClerks. Jefferson, Court-Hous- e, Monaeor. r.t l).lla, Dicks Patent Feed Cutter cut of Dicks I 'at; ent Feed Cutter, the best cutter for .ill purposes on the market. Call and examine. I also have the is .1 The above !c ltered 1 ty on type and type metal else tho type trust would not bo organizing. The manufacturers are expected to furnish their part of the corruption fund duty will for the largo amouuts that the pockets. put in their 318,-000,0- Tub McKiuley bill places a heavy du00 thing Thk Advocate missed the best repromany a day when it failed to for Louisduce Beu Kldgely'a letter in tho sleepiriK old Dauville. ville Truth about Hunt it up and ive it to your readeis yet, old fellow. Asylum, at Anchorage. Miss Hannah Daugberity, of Nor wich, Conn., was thrown beneath a buggy in a runaway at Williamsburg, Ky,, Sunday, and fatally injured. The strike of the negro cotton pickers, which a fellow named Humphrey said should take place Saturday in the Southern States, failed to materialize. California convicts at St. Quentin have struck twice within n week and failed both times. They want more and belter food and less favoritism shown. Two men named Ronan, father and son, assaulted, and shot Shelby Jett in Madison county, Jett then killed the son, and wounded tho father seriously. George F. Green, at one time a prominent citizen of Bath county, was convicted of murdering hisbrother-in-laat Owingsville, an J was given a life sentence. Pensacola, was capsi.ed in the Gulf of .Mexico and lost. The crew escaped in boats to the Mexican coast, where they subsisted on green cocoanuts until res cued by fishermen. At a grand army reunion at Dovi r Oklahoma, a whito and black comrade got into a fight. Ttie whites stood by their man and threu negroes wpth fatal ly cut. About 20 persons, white ai.d black were wounded. It is reported that Gen. Lew Wallace is to succeed Secretary of War Proctor. Attorney General Miller is to be given a life term judgeship, Secretary Noble is to Bucceed him and Clarkson bo given the latter's portfolio. Judge M. J. Durham has received a telegram from his wife, who is nt tho bedsido of her brother, Dr. Sam Lelch-eof "Richmond, who was seriouMy hurt by a fall, that he is very much worse and heart failure is apprehended. Lexington Transcript. John Bennett, a Sellorsburg, I ml., engineer, assaulted two girls who were sleeping at his house Tuesday night. He was whipped almost to death by a mob of women nnd fled to Kentucky afterward to escape a mob of men, which proposed lynching him. It has been fully shown that tho tin buttons the idiotic Ohio republicans are wearing in honor of McKinley, branded "American Tin," are frauds of the first water. They were mido in Wales and shipped to Ohio via the McKinley custom houses. Tabby seems still to bo a Welshman and a thief. r, MAKV I 1. . . I 5X lu JOHN I l T I I.II.I.AKO, ut 1. 11 ...srvis, I I II I.II.I.AKI) 1 J F.secutor 31 PUBLIC SAI.K OK A OXEVEB, FA3S! ! 'fiS' ' PJuO W, Hsf Studebaker Wagon And the Car of Kanawha Salt just received. C3UHT? 4 VALUABLE LIKMLli J IB. FOSTBB. At the m.insiJti house on the promise ON TUESDAY. SEP. 15, 1891, At to o'clock A M., I will, n esecutor ol the last will of lliornton Porter, dee'd, and by thereof, Sell al publu auction to the highest bidder Ihe farm on which decedent resided, liusfurni son (iilbvrt's Creek in LinN. coln county, fronting on the I. Creek Statio , and contains .V Go to A. A. WARREN'S "3XOU121 fiROCEHY" K U , ut (nl-lert- 's 119 Acros and 11 Polos of Land. and Improvements, fencThe land is ing, c.a are fairly good. Tin tract will bu offer ed in three icp.natc parcels, ono of 19 nenw 11 poles, at the station, the second of 38 acres and the third, on which in the residence of 6a aero Afterthe threo prcelshave thus been scperatuly offered the crtirc tract wl I bo offered as u whole und the I id or bttW realulliif the large. I pn e All thrtuol these iracu have wi . ic aLiepted a frontage on .111 excellent cojnty road lejiliiik.', at a distance of It'll a mile, to the ht.mfonl ft Lancaster turnpike road 1 lie vile wilt U absolute and without conditions I'o.scssioii for sowing g nin will be uieii at once to the pun.haser, and lull possession on January ist, 1S91 ThKMSOi-- hALK -- One third cash in hind when .il is mad... tiix teinainder in twoeilliul lu stalmcntsato and 11 months from day f sale llonds with goc-- surety hearing 6 per cent in tercst fro n day of sale required of purchaser. A lien will be rvuinei on land lor thu purchase. money. Kunr.lt I 1. rurxtrrs. ICxecutorol morntnn Porter Aug . yl first-cln- ss For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried jJpples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Cheese, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; nil I Tin-)and Limps Ghii.s Wooden waie, Queensware, Jelly Glasses, &c. Fruit Jars, The Old Reliable Jeweler m in the Lead. I ""I. sf (F.'r)i. A. R. I Penny OV las the largest and STATKOOLLEGE of KENTUCKY. 26 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. MOST COMPLETE STOCK ever shown in Stanford at prices At midnight, Friday, Messrs. H. R. as low as the lowest. Oldson, of Paris, and J. B. Cook, of School, Academic, Commercial I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, Remember that Hustonville, awoke Deputy Clerk G. B. and Military Courses of Study. Don't have to Wearen and bustled him out of bed to COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. FREE OF TUITION. issue a marriage license for the former to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old IMI, Hoard send job to marry Miss Lena WilliamB, daughter of In Fall term beelnnNepfrnibrrMli, families .M dormitory (i per week tin private gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-teMr. and Mrs. Will R. Williams, of Hus- to H For Catalogue uddreis A. R. PENNY. and I guarantee satisfaction. tonville. The couple were in town the JAMES K. PATTERSON, Pk, D LeirRgfon. Ky. d MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Aijrlcultuiutl, Scientific, Engineering f Chtssictil, Normal "Watches and Jewelry j . i w ,. 'iW frr,rT r"w - im Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal , 6'TANI-OltD- IvY , I.ITKMIir.ll 15, 18'Jl Lcwalton, bus. MannRer MEANS MMnMMHMHHHmMMMniWMH'lf BUSINESS. Lnokavivo beautifully and artistically one at A. 11. Penny's. Wii account Ih now ready. Please ra and settle. A. II. Penny. Havk your wnteh, clock nntl jewelry rvpntn-at A. U. Penny's. All work warranted. Hkmkmuku thntnll idlverwnre. watcbep, riupi, fci, bought Ht A. K. Penny h will he engraved fri't of chaw. I Luther Givkns writes that it- wns all a hoax about his having a baby left at Frksii oystiTu served nt ull Iioiub nt his stable. " Zimiiicr'o. AnvuitTisiNH always pays. An Indi-nnJons VahnonuikI "I)umuiy,"n couple man advertised for a boy and that of ileum buys, are in jail for disturbim? night his wife had twins. religious woistiip. Axotiieii good week has ueen 'gatherYuf are invited to examine our new ed in by Father Time and yet the PhiladreMi Koods, the most complete' stock we delphia water works contractor has not have ever had Severance it son. put in an appearance. How long, oh Uo to the Cash Bargain Store oppo- Loral how long! will tho city council site the Portin.m House and look at the continue to abuse tho patience of their long sii tiering constituents. now noods and net prices. Joo H. Jones. H. - New thnotliy seed nt J. m m Foyer's. a BARGAIN n THE To heap up Cr SPECIAL E E Kh I t LOUISVILLE ivuc Lai front, 00c up. On STORE . 'JO PERSONAL Mips POINTS. Ham- Fin.nik Shanks returned to ilton ColK'iro yesterday. Uk.va Torres, of (iarrnnl, ifl visiting .Mimes Annloand 1)U Mock. MikaNkttiu Wiiay is visiting MieH IJescie KlrhnnlH at Junction City. Coi.. ami Mili. T. P. Hill went down to Parksville yeMerduy to visit relatives. Mn. T. I, Motrin, wlio him been in the Went 10 years, in vUitlnn his folkH heie. Mn. W. N. CiiAiti loft ythtiinlwy to en- Mis cents per doz.en. .Suirnr pounds for SI, Ariosa coll'ee cents per pound. Tiii: Court of Appeals afllnned the life sentence of John Ilenne, wlio murdered Joseph Holen at an election in 1MH), in Clay county. 12J L'.") Takk your ei's to J. S. Jones and not You can net one of those all wool chinchilla overcoats for men in blue, black or brown for only ;5. Opposite I'ortmau House. Joe. S Jones. Cr.NTitAi. L'.vnKiisirY, Kichinond, opened with the lsrest number of pupils in its history. Centre College bad "JOG to open with, also a lare increase. 9 ter the UniMTtJty Mn. of Medicine at LouiB-Mil- e. V V having claims itcainst the county are null lied that Sept. -- is the relatives. of Middleiboro, lust ily they can be UNmI to bo acted on Mn. A. O. Oiiai'i-blIbin bmtliurV, Sfittiru J. A. by the coming Court of Claims. C. U. Hhiik at Cooper, clerk. I 'Aptf ll. Ciuiiiik Wwrr, of Ijinensttfr, Is visitA. II. IIastin Ik puttine, up a new Krio ing Inn loiiftln, Mim Nannie Hruus 25 hotse John II. A Lvnciiim. PuoiiAiiLi:. jHtwer uiikIii at his saw mill, WVaren. hherifl' of Pulaski county, wns took a couple SOOO. It which cost him (Vi. J. M. Cook, 0. 15. IKin-- i of days and several teams and many assassinated at his home near Somerset A. aid and niimitrous other life insurance Saturday night. J. II. Gilland and Joe Main Street, Stanford, Ky, men Ut lumove it from the ilcpot. 3IANES AND iiiMi nre liavo. Gilland have been arrested charged with At.COHN Wl'llt MlrtXKH A.NMK AND M.UlV of Winchester, Pit. 11. C. the crime. Tlieie is much excitement to Somerset yimtenlay to visit their a uraduate of the Hospital Collect of and from tho Misses Hail, who'cauio up : )! Judge Komlrlck. medicine, Louisville, has located at from there yesterday, we learn that there Mivi Ma 1'oThin- ban been invltvil to and oilers bis professional survices was every prospect ol a lynching Inst AND be a maid of honor in the Satolite ball to the public. He has had two years night. Tho Gillands have for years in biinsville. llarrodsburg Democrat, practice and been very successful. plied their trade of theft ami tho sheriff" ib&g jtkjf lB tJ i?rf r ij Mmk. Asmb Mii.ixk, who was the county court yesterday granted had determined to bring them to justice. Tin: Upright and Horizontal. guest of Mies Sue Ltihley, yesterday, 1) the. petition of certain citizens of Crab McCargiio was shot about o'clock as he Stationary, and Portable. All i lime up n ith her to sen us run oil' thin Orchard and fixed the third Saturday in was going to his stable and died in a few sizes up to power. edition. the day upon wbicli the minutes. The men were recognized. Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Mis Sai.i.ik MiUoiikhtm, the hand-r- - October as graded school shall be sibter of John A. question of a free mo nnd vivai-iouDurability. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The boundary is U miles evWrite for Fmj Illustrated anj your wants to Mcltoberls, is his guest nt .Mrs. W. M. voted on. ery way from the centre of Crab OrchFor sale One sow and ten 50 lb., Uiu'irnih'. & CO., shoals. Mrs. L.C. Helm. Mim Ki.i.ks ()m.k, one ol the pret-ti- t ard. NEW VQgK CITV SPKINOrlKMVQHlO. owned in Greenville, in A Jersey cow t girls in Kentucky or elsewhere, The I.NTKitioii Jot una I. seems to have to represent laincastor as maid of honor stirred up a hornet's nest. The local Miss., gave birth to four calves the oth21 cents; milk cows, $17 to $21; brood nt the .Satellites ball. papers publish columns to show that er day. yearling irule, $48.50. 1)K. 1). I Khv, of Kirkuvlllc, came Middlesboro is not dead and the corre J. P. Kmbry, of Madison, sold to mares, $09 to $100; d down to attend the Owsley entertain- spoil dents are sending out dispatch after Kales, for Lehman Bros, CO head NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. cattle at 5 cents. ment and staid over till yesterday with dispatch to deny the assertion. Well, A3NTD being engaged in Harri ljimbs are we simply wanted to know, you know, bis old friends here. of the Hist KmJ, and we are being told with a vengeance. son county, for next year's delivery at Mn. J. N. SiMii.irros, Blue-Gras- s 51 and 51 cents per ponud. leave this morning for Liverpool, Fla., Foot Cut Qvr. A yoiimt man nnmed Mnrtin Russell, bred by S. II . where ho will spend the wiuter for the Pleas Dye caught at u freight train that Kaugbman, ran 2nd to Keraini at Chicalf benefit of his health. One hundred and seventyeicht nd him beyond Maywood with the go, a mile and 70 yards in 1:40. acres of good land, In a high state ol cultivation. Mibh Kith Ki.mso.n baa returned from ran past A UrL.,.. snlendi.l new burn, two good cabins and of takinu a ride. He wasn't - J. li. Pointer sold to 15. K. Thomp-soo- ' other outhouses. Will sell cheap. Somerset to take charge of her school ut intention in anil was jerked business S. V. STAGG, Garrard, 2) head of May wood, whirh owing to a spell of fo used to the Stanford, Ky. j down instead and under tho w heels. As cattle for $2 80. Somerset Republican. ver she recently gave up. luck would have it, he escaped with his I) u. J T. Bonos, our excellent Simon Weil, says the Leader, bought s life, but liu will never see his right foot scribe, whs hero yesterday, :V:1 export t'attlo of several Fayette any more. as happy us could bo over the proscounty raisers at 5 cents. The average pounds. pect of a plethoric granary. We offer for sale piivately xk Acres of Land ( Tki nuns' Ahmhiation. A very in- of the entire lot was milt south ol C. O. on the Som?ret road. It has will be carried out Miw. J as. Toon have returnteresting programme Mu. AM) aarts stere houso Itobt. McConnell sold to Mattingly a dwelling and one orchard andand barn ol 40water plenty Good ed to their home in Madison, after a few at Mt. Xenia on Saturday, .Sept. 10, be- & this week, 1! in timber address us at Crab Orchard, Mr. of Sininis, Call on or HAbTlN .V COI.I.1KR. dsys visit to relatives. They were ac- ginning at (fcSO r. M., ending with a live- head of fine mules, at $150. They were jtjm And JKWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds ly discussion between Messrs. Chappell, companied by Mrs. Ada Cregcr. all marcs but two. Woodford Sun. of Watch, Clock and Jeweiry repairing. and H. I. Davis and others. Wh trust that all Mu-iiW. H. Nichols The Richmond Register reports sales those interested in educational matters lluuhfo, of tho Uecord, and Harry Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, cattle at 4, 'JO at 1, 25 Came of 10 2 year-olplate last week.ablaclt Horse Mule of the Advocate, were working will attend. Lincoln county teachers at it hands(my h.is bttn worKcu a little. Owner day and night. his", good feeders at l.lJ. "l are now fully determined that the pubthe bin crowd at court yesterday. can set him by paying for his keeping aud this tine yearlings at $25. l to and llar-- , atuemseme... lic schools shall be a success. W. F. J. V. Hkown, 1i., of Aransas McCORMACK. steers for sale, naThirty Stanford, Ky, one of the committee. sS4t br, Tex., was hero yesterday, having red or loan, a No. bunch tive steers, all Veinon, where he comedown from Mt. Cheap Kt nio.vs. The (J & C. and of feedeip, will weigh 1,100 or 1,200 PUBLIC SALE OF tame to finish up his law biioiuess at the . l.ouisvillo Southern will sell tickets at pounds. ApulvtoW. II. Moss, Lnneas- Sole Agents for present court. He is delighted with bis round-triSept. 2i and 30, ter. JACKS AMD new liome, but says he iscominijlmck to one fare for and for trains arriving in Louisville on Thomas Metealf bought of J. A. Kentucky when be itota rich. good to return on the Sparks, of Jessamine, his farm of 225 morning of Oct. 1, I n'llwllm th, on account of the Fall Celebration acres, located about one mile from CITY AND VICINITY. 1891, of the Satolites of Mercury. These at JOO. He gets possession Novem- - Thursday, Oct. Tim irnv seed at 15. K. & W. II. Wear-eaud roads will also sell tickets nt half fare to I.... let Koitv head of llourbon Connly rantd Jails llltl.. L.i.m ' ..! s. Lexincton on account of the Charity --The Mt. Sterlinw Sentinel says John branch cf the to Will. lSllb.l - Kentucky 8Tentral llailioad. 6 Iphem .latin can liu Sricia of all kinds at A. A. War- - Imposition, Sept. 211 to 2(1, good to 2S. GaitBkill lll'livt-roreached at u in anil It ave at upUeneral Wade Hampton, of South Car- cattle. iiveniKO l.oSO ponnils at C11AKL.1S WKSIM.I. i.r.iirv n. a,.- 55 41 reii's. r will preside over the afFair. This on which hu had put 500 poumlson each olina Funsii car of Kanawha salt at Fnrris will bu the most spirited entertainment PUBLIC SALE in 12 months. & Hardin's. s- Iluiihes, of Lexington, hoUI ever given; everybody should turn out, JohnT. or Ask to sew ladies' calf button Blioes at as proceeds will be given to charitable Weilnesilav to John Lonj:, of Kansas si'm a&) CROP AND 1. Joe . Jones. institutions of Lexington. City, his thio team of coacli horsca for LAND, STOCK, pair PERSONALTY. S'J.OOO. Tliis is saiil to hu the tinest A link of FineBt Candies just received Tin: entertainment given by Misses Guaranteed to be equal to any other chilled plo v, Askyi ir in tho State. of coach hows I W1U. ON Mnggio, Mattio and Linda Owsley and at A A. Warren's. bor about it Thev all like it. Mr. Kohert McAtister has a full Messrs. John Sain Owsley, Jr., and T. M. Oct. 15, 1891. Stkl-ly-. to Tanner, the horse that wae son of K. N. Steely, a brother i.vim OwBley in honor of MisetQ Josio Underanil other places as merchant nt Williamsburg, stabbed Hen wood, of F.lkiou, and Klla McKlwain, of entered at Offer to Hie hihMt tuJder the following prop holw hope owners played anil erty My tatm coiitainmsr 131 acre from Snyder, son of Jii'lgeSnyder, to the pioved a very delightful atl'air land lit Lincoln tounty. Ky ,7 miles worn Franklin, Biich havoc with the bookmakers. low and probably fatally. They and il( mllet from Millnlgeville, all well every way. Tho guests were received lc.tKrlu. won tho el ill ; College, and fell in but 10 acres, n new nouc wim 7. students at the li.iptist Scott Karris' Willie Cai roll MitiJc .mil out There Is an by the hosts and presented to the lovely half mile roon.i linclyoffini.hcdof s.elcted vanotios from ear- abundaiit.0 t Iniil t.... ....... purse, two best in three, out over a boxing matcb. . . IIi.j young ladies, who were very elegantly JBI ,.....-....,..-I. nmtil. Kt!.1iUt "'I1U KM apine w jr 3T BFJTW lloia heats, over three entries, making them ly lime 10 or ts liore, therobeing 11 box stalls room lor and immediately made at I havk secured tho services of Miss nttired, . wAicBSB. Tho same day J. K. and all necessary rWMm from home in the beautifully decorated and in 53 seconds each. crop and stock consistiiiK or I will al sell the Graham, an experienced tiimmer Hiuchman took tho premium for the o stack uood orliav, ijo barrels of corn in the Cincinnati, who will bo with mo in a few- illuminated mansion. The Misses Ows lw.c ii,mIh stallion at Somerset Fair. field and a lot i clover hay in the barn, supposed . Ldr Repairing neatly and prompt;' to ue a or j stack .nuji ...v. 1.1." .v m. tiln days. In olleriug her services to tno ley entertained in a charming manW. I.ee sold 400 ewes at $3 50 to aU sound, f ood fanuiy s -!- :. ly done. ner, and made each of the very 1 feel that I can fully recommend public ood head, lllld bought of W. .lan,lm foal to Gentry's Gambelta; 7 iirs; a milk new some sows and being an expert in her line. Miss largo number of persons feel that it was ', Miner her as mules for il'SO. rows. uooil hoa, also now lot ol waKOil and rVIlt' WjlloIlfS il lotciffarnilns good to be there. Under the inspiring Sandidiro a pair of horso Liccio Uenzley. 100 ewes aud three i.Kiir3nil various articles useful and needed'.I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) music of Prof. Lott's orchestra, wh'cb Will Moreland bold on a farm. o er of $10 cash 1 Is the Kockcastlo circuit court last played the entire evening, tho tcto-abucks for $1"0. L.W. Hudson has re- $10 emu. All sumsgiven until in hand, and 1st Jan. without a credit will be week, W. 11. Mizowas given five yenrB tetes were made more animated nnd en- turned from Kansas City, where ho i..i.... J. N.MKNEFEK 'i'ri mi thn I.md. ii in hand and the A. C. SINE of In 4 and year with interjit from date. caso from $H0 to balance f r killing Win. Mink and in the w L. Khlll. joyable, though in obedience to the bought M mules at prices jS lt, Wallace Laswell fo? killing lirunvillo wishes of Mrs. Miller no dancing was $200. Advocate. Tliq two prizes of $10 each oflered AdamH there was n bung jury. Hon. indulged in. At a suitable hour refresh in both there by Gilclier Bros., hi by Mr. O. M. Spoonamoro to tne uesi 1. C. Warren prosecuted IIIUIIV" iii;inii'ii ine oest seiecteu siock auu iowwi jiilc hi veiunu iveiuucKy. were cases. Danville, were Herved in a room that horso aud mare colt by bd Harlow, Von a Httncdy t iro Oner Dudderar tick-et- a had bev'n festooned and beautified until awarded yesterday to Sam SASH, trhlch Iniuvfn Safety to The L. & N. wul Bwl1 round-triSpoonamoro respectively. dny at ono fare lor it was veritable home of the fairies. nnd Frank Life of Mother and CliiUl. DOORS, CE1XING, LAT1I, to Middlesboro to were George Givens, J. which is $IU8 from here, Our reporter failed to procure tho names The judges SIIENGLKS, SIDING, tho rouud-trip- , J. P. Kmbry, and of those present, but a glance at tho beauty Steele Carpenter and Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. oa account of the reunion of the Bluo and chivalry was HUtlicient to show that there were ID contestants. llobi Confinement of Its and Gray to bo held there tho Kith to I'aln, Horror andliik. An unusually largo crowd attended none of tho society people hail been forI 18th. A dispatch says the committee yesterday, aud busiuess was a lUnerVd After uslngonebottleor"Molher'Frleud',ihal folgotten It was a late hour before the court hero We carrv a full stock of everything found in a but little pain. and did uol experUncu on commissaries have ordered the n. look up. There were about weakness afterward usual In uch Mo., Jan. IStb, Vau as a starter: Three guests were able to take their departure little ou the Loiitar, lowing necessaries only about Asxu (Uar, xpro charge! oa wcelpjof 125 cattle on the market, but scene and even Seat by hundred oxen, 600 sheep, 'J00 calves, 750 from the brilliant and sadness to then sold. Capt. T. W. Drtoe, 91 JO per liottlc. UooH to oth watbsU Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract realize half of them were was with regret HADPIELDKEGVLATOH CO., liama, 40,000 ejjgfl, 8,000 loaves of bread, it following sales: S00 ATLANTA, CA. of pota- "'twas bright, 'twas heavenly but 'tis Bottom reports the SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky., or building. 12,000 chickens and 200 barrel SOLD BY ALL DRUUQISTS. pound steers, 2 cents; butcher cattle, past." toes. I'iciisoNW Witx CiiAio, of Millorsburg, is ieitmg hi father, J. X. Craig, anil otln r ', I wish to inform tho ladies that on acJ.iui6t6 oicv iji luco count of my ill health I will not open a UiobiLo. millinery establishment this fall, but will bo prepared to work for them nt my home on Main street. I will be g'ad to order anything in the millinery line. I abb woou jiLLitiQ, hope my old customers will remember Shoes Shoes mo and give mo a liberal share of their Very respectfully, Mrs. Kate patronage. Dudderar. With the exception of making numerous road orders the county court wns Dr. W. M. not very bury yesterday. Doors ijualitlod as administrator of John To Adams and Mrs. Ilettio Pennybacker was granted liquor license nl Kingsville. Tho will of W. S. Goocb was proved by W. It. Goocb and Win. Murphy and his wife, Mrs. Margaret (Jooch, qualified as A YA Y:-T- o Win. Hurton qualified ns executrix. one constable in the Highland precinct. An Come order was made to condemn a snllicienl quantity of tho land of David Kubnnlis grounds in District U0. l our reputation of'giving the neonle the best value for i.li.p. lp.ri.sf-money, ire ofjer for this week, and onlu for this one weeh. the following bar' uill'IJ lULLb IIIUIIG TJOU UUy: I llfl.Vfl' 'f.7i. Tinii.hlo.nn-trl- Goat $1; Men's zocyara, wortiiJuc; P.iP' Dl'Cf flnnA c Shoes OQc; Ladies' Feb'. CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION our immense stock of Boys', youths' and Men's Clothing Boys' Win- ter Suits from SI Soup. Youths' Suits from S 2 up. Also a bit line of Knee Pants. Overcoats equally as cheap. each customer who buys $20 's worth Gl'EX oods from us Fine Rocking Chair. It is not necessary to buy all of these (foods at in and get your book and we will keep account of ike same lime. your purchases. t'KBANSKV, Proprietor. GABRIEL, Managers. fort-ehoo- . e, Eggs Bouglit at the Highest Market Price at the Louisville Store. Hoi-btos- . crniKl-fathe- Kow-lau- d, - ot;ii am Semi-Portable r,r? -- trcM I ' STEEL BOILERS, 26-horse a THE JAMES LEFFEL 1,020-poun- W. B. McROBERTS, Supplies, Newest Styles Farm for Sale one-ha- DRUGGIST JEWELER, Complete Line of School Books, School -- l.ttoO-poun- Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. , Hns-tonvi- llo look-itii- $1,000 Cash. The Best and Purest While Lead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and. .Yeal's Carriage Paints; m l.t-O- Largest nnd Handsomest Line of verwai u. Watches, Clocks Sil- - m. lno-vanol- i, Stray Mule. d Mo-Clar- 1 1 1 1 bTk." & W. H. WEAREN, p JENNETS. 22d, Wil-mo- re - a ; I ail :jt? O.-'- M t -- Thursday, PnlL-H.li?e- t. blue-R- ra H0BT. FEITSEL, tiffl htan-fo- nl jicuMr . . --- .- y'w&sS Jastosi 6F m mm, - -. I ytXuVhcoA un-n.il- All Work Warrajltdl. Sllt'lflltV. - Young ifc.liwsl Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, BLINDS, r p LUJinEK, "MOTHER'S FRIEND" CMtfe-M- a' J WOVE1T pfPt WIRE AUD SLAT FEITC1L FIRST C3LJ.SS LUMBER YARD. m"' .... rsMssw ijprwf -m - " k i " ' if iiMfp M .. "U .... ssjussjh H'liuiwu rTsrrsesrora . 2SQS2SBSCSHItBBS TJ Ur - "TfJw (SBRsansav rjj.fffcs. Vjitry MJ3ih'''r?rt IX Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourm: sp.trso AT MAGIC. sero Anil fray nt their Ixngh. and night near. And tho w f lid walls over nnir-sami tnero Whoro tho after light lies dead and drear Then, thnt ngntat Como il.tjn tlmt liavo been Dead nianj a year -- for many a car! 1 PubllBhod Every Tuesday And Fr day When the leaves left to tho oV are "When net so paid S2.50 w;!l e charged.! When tho wild drnk en lis In tho early night. returning When tho ilahy pools gisu back dull light. And above in tho gray void out or elegit Tho flocks pnUo liv on their Inland flight-Th- en, ah for tho doud L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Suout dayn that nro tied Mail train going North ..12 39 pmJ And tholr dear delight ami their dear de' Smith light! ....134pm Express train " South -- . K. Turner In Springfield Itejiublleaa. ...1 ija in " " North " K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 n. m., Train titives Kowland at at 5:20 p.m. Local Freight The latter traini alto carry passenger. The above is calculated en standard time. time is about so minutes faster North oouin.. ...a 47 am 6 59 j up m to THE EGG STEALER. It wanted less tlian hour to high tide when Miss Marty Lear heard her brother's boat grnto on tho narrow beach below tho garden, and set the knives nnd glasses straight whilo she- listened for - Solar That Your Hair its youthful color, fullness, and beauty, may retain Brf m the rattle of tho garden gate. A stunted line of linzel ran along the foot of tho garden and prevented all view of the landing place from tho it daily kitchen window. But above the hazels one could look ncross and catch n LOUIOVILI.C 4 NSIMVIIIC n. R. with glimpse, at high tide, of the intervening fiver, or. toward low water mark, of the Is the line for ) 011, as its mudbanks shining in the sun. It was Miss Lear's custom to look tho It much on this landscapo from this winhumors, Make close cuntie. tloi.s at scalp, dow: had, in fact, been her custom for a close upon forty years. And this evenLOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI and A Sitered Lim. ing, when tho latch clicked at loneth. For all points. new growth There is a log of yellowish colored When Itaby wa3 (tick, we gavo her and her brother in his market suit came 1ULEY HOUSE, TllltOL'CII TICKETS SOI. I). IHKOL'GII. EACCAGE CHECKICD slouching up the path that broke the wood standing just outside of Ch'l Una When she was a Child, sho cried for CaatorU. of hair b U. HILEY. Proprietor, parallels of garden stuff, her gaze rested gate, Pekln. This log has remained For any infrrmatint, eiiipilre of she became Miss, alio clung to Castoria. J A i.Ki't.:s I HI. Agent, all the while upon the line of gray water. in it.--, present position sinco tho fall When - - Kentucky. Of Stanf Ky, When she had Chi! 'ron, sho gave thorn Castoria, London, Nor, when he entered the kitchen and of the old Ying dynasty. w. w PINN, Ir.v Pass Agert f' It is in Lowell, C IT K good preservation and has commanded I have moved to my new Hotel and am hitched his hat upon tho peg against the Jure lien bttei nrcpand than ever ts it,,. n..s,n wall where its brim accurately fitted a the respect of all classes and conditions Coed LIseryattachtHl and every convenience de Insects in China usually sort of dull halo in tho whitewash did of ieople. sired. (Jive me a call. 'A. S. u 77 FRANK RILEY. i PI he appear to want any welcome from make inroads in timber in a very short JT W while, but they are haid never to alight SURG HON DENTIST. her. lie was n long jawed man of six- Office on Main street, over W. II. McRoberts' she a long jawed woman of six-- 1 upon tins sacred tree trunk, and it is I. Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, n.b-jDrug Store, Stanford. and they understood each other, true that they have not left a single A. t to the action ol the Democratic prrty. having kept this small and desolate farm trace of their work uinm it, whilo tho together for twenty years sinco their, timbers in every direction are a perfect R. C. MORGAN, D. D. DR.-W- . .13. honeycomb of insect work. Pei m are hereby forlurtMen tu a.h in m lake, father's death. 1 mil. West of WayneslHiri, uwder The Chinese people believe that the thr peaaities DENTIST. There was a cold pasty ready on the prcscrs(d far such ireaai log is tho habitation of somo god, and Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, table, and the jug of cider that Job Lear JAMES McWIIOKrKR, on that account gather and worship at OiTice South side Mam street, in office recent!) up stairs. Nitrous Oxtdo Oas given for painless regularly emptied nt supper. These sugYtHotnite, Ky A Vil&lXmr-7JSW extracting. a its base at least once a year. Among vacated bv Dr. I. P Hulfman, Stanford, Ky. rx.' 'aAsssssTsssB. lWa gested no questions, aud tho pair sat mm STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Ttim-i' the higher classes the day for this irrcn.mfi:1 B.K v..M.i.' ,&.w:w:.'.,ik uniqn.. down to eat in silence. DR. I.. R. COOK, It was only while holding his plate for species of worship is the first of each THE SHELTON HOUSE n second helping of tho pasty that Job succeeding month, unless that day PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Twenty miicth shortest to ! should hnpiwn to be a now moon day, spoke with a full mouth. STANFORD, KY. D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, "Who d'ye reckon I ran against today, Oct. 1 of every year the emperor comWe wilt deliver ice each Makinj direct connecti ns in Central Union ds as fellows. mands tho board of ceremonies to at- down in Troy?" for - Ollice over McRoberts' Drug Store Residence Mi. hign Peints. Miss Marty cut the slice without potnt a committee to pay their respects James II Owens' property at the junction ot Hus- Undei50 Pounds 1A cents, over St. Louis. Chicaj o, i Detrait, ton villc aim Djiiv llle pikes Hull s.o, CleseUnd, accommodations at reasonable rates. troubling to say that sho had not an idea. to the deified log. Chicago Times 50 and under 100 1 cent, over InJunai- - Us jnd the West. Open day and night. Sample room nnd good livery "Why, that fellow Amos Trudgeou," Canada, Nw Fnfland in conuection. iuu ?s 01 a cent. Muii'a Keliitloii to Ills Country. . he went on. 2Scv ISoston, M. CRAIG, DR. Not recognizing the fundamental "Yes." Washington, M. F. EL & CO., Baltimore. ,1.. (A II .. .1.1 letween a society which, having " 'Pears to me you disreraembers 'e- n..C Shoitest rcy Homeopathic Physician, 7,. V '""""'I!, t' Klchmcmd, IKHIMA aud son of old Jane Trudgeon that used to fighting for its chief business, makes Qjkkcst line to - KENTUCKY Ky. I will give tho above reward for the arrest and live 'cross tho water; him that stole our sustentation subordinate, and n society STANFORD, 53 lyr conviction of the thief or thieves who broke open ' eggs, which, having sustentation for its chief m.; i to 3 p m 8 to Office Hours. to to is long uacK, wuen miner was Uviu. and robbed my store at Kowland on the night of. business, makes fighting subordinate, u p m Solid Trams, baggage cars, smoking cars std "I remember." tilhce on Lancaster street, opposite court house as follows. i suit of clothes, a blue Plaid suit a Coschrs. Pullman lkud ir l.ccnrr. ih, ..,.,., ..i . "I thought you must. Why, you gave there are many who assume that n dis39 Of out change via Chatisn oga, llirmltigham, Mend coat, brown Plaid j a coats, black, small Plaid; blue Plaid 4 or 5 pairs of pants all same price; a evidence, to bo sure. Bo dashed! now I ciplinary policy appropriato to the first nines tiniietint m route lor Knot. black shirts. 6 white shirts. 6 black neckties, a come to mind, if you wasn't the ile, I.TiKhl.urgand points in the first to is appropriate to the last also. But tho black straw hats, 3 gents', watch chains good ' chains, lady's watch chain, do., this chain is wake us up an say you heard a man relations of the individual to the state :rJ are in two caes entirely different. Unshort, with a charm in the form of book, n sold j cryin out down 'pon the mud." y,mK mn At Chattanooga far Attants, Columbus, Wilmlnc ISAAC HAMILTON finger rings, all sues. ' like the Greek, who, not owning himI Kish to sell privately toy Farm of "Iss, I was." Acr's Ron land, Ky. j AMU in, Charleston. Augu.ta, Macon, Savannah. fkfl.l' JL self was owned by his city, the English situatei il- - mile north ef Stanfotd. ...v.. fin It Ilrmswick, l.ace City. I'hoiiiastillc and I LOKI "An saved his life, though you did get Danvillepike. Will take pleasure in snowing to DA points 'en two months in jail by it. Up to arm- man is not in any appreciable degree-- ans one wishing to purchase. Apply to Th,'0"lr hne running solid trains vsith choice owned by his nation, but in a very iosi-tiv- e Pullman Boudoir or Palace Siess.nc Cr m t. v. Co. pits, he was, an not two minutes to live. J. IIKIGIII. sons ilie without chanje lor aoy class of passen. K V4, 5P?$& way owns himself. Though, if of when we hauled 'en out an found he'd OK STANFORD, KV., NOTICE TO THIS.. Selma au.t NloBljom.rv , Hunisville, Decatur. been stealin our eggs. Ho inquired after fit age, he may on great emergency be Memphuand points taken possession of and made to help in Is now fully organiicd and ready for business with yon today. j)iottt and iiuk Le.i AHKNAS Seima, tu Anniston defending his country: yet this continDucct cuniicclMns nv.de at NEW OR. "Did he: L4i 1Jrnijii-iI iy-'fX vl IAN". wuLo.t transfer for (iivlvcstOB $200,000. "Iss, 'How's Miss Marty,' says he. gency qualifies to but small extent the Paid up Capital of II uttMi, Austin. private possession of his body and the' 'Ageiu rapidly,' says I. The nerve that . - - 15,000. Surplus, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. directing of his actions. Herbert I hive opened la connection with my Hotel, the some folks have! 'Comes up to mo cool ,. tsl.urg. fe mr through line t lack 01. and c. m.e. Spencer in Popular Science Monthly. M.ss as my lord and holds out his hand. I'd I.a.maki.i, lite, t tions wit',., trniuiius transfer I r Dal as Fort Wot lis. to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL a mind SUCCESSOR to say 'EgtjV to 'en. it so nn- HANK OK STANFORD. Austiq ban Ant mia, El Pans and 3Ien Wilis His Nut .Smoke noyed me: but I hadn the heart. 'Tis TEXAS, AniZONA.MEXlCO.CALIFOnHIA. and under (Now closing up) wh vThere is a prevalent idea that men oJd ta,e ftf a,,( lhnt fw Q, WgM A tr r ugh r ties correct c n.nty naps and lul who abstain ftom tobacco indulge to exinlorinaii By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as mil ,. Aj.nl at fun n I'.iv, Kv l wo an torty year, come seventeenth cess in some .. ' or addrcs fully protecteu as aie depositors in .National o' July uext. MtVNK V WOOII.hV, other stimulant. There is First-Clas- s Did he say any more?" Banks, its shareholders being held individual! . Ky. .. .......T,v "las wanted to know if you was some truth in this. Ualzac, who es- AndnfTrrthe sert ices of it to the public. Brand I) T. EDWARDS liable to the extent ot the amoutit of their stoc MII1FK. chewed tobacco as a weed that injured new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my Iratfi Mai.ar Having femofed my Bi.r'er Shop to the Com therein at the par value thereot, in addition to the married." t, x T A . amount invested in such shares. It may act as Linnr.niti O merciai ll.itol, I am prrutid to Ut cinpare with omnuMlate la the body, attacked tho intellect and d stal "Oh, my dear God!" executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully us dies jwll ji en m .nvlhiri- - Ihec- mav j tho nations, drank groat quanti- Tho wish an individual. Job laid down knife and fork with the in tho Country, ""Uiemm lire.zriltlfr IESSK so ttaiied on till Lliillret. a. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us1 ties of coffee, which produced tho terri TllliMPSIIN. Oite me a call. while ranagiui; the Lincoln National Bank ol edges resting on his plate, and with a ll'tel. P W. GREEN, Proprietor Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and lump of pasty in one cheek looked at ble nervous disease that shortened his AI BURNS, Managtr trust they will continue to transact their business his sister, Deforo he could speak life, "mJiTiv: Ct she with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attennou'i'ic." Goethe was a nonsmoker. So was tion to same, our twenty years' experience, in broke out Kgaiu: Tho Shortost und Qulckost Komo from banking andas Iiberalncccuimodatiotis as are conNiebuhr. But the former is coi'jputed "He was my lover." ! ! ! uontnvl Ketttuoky to all polntis North sistent with sound banking. to have drank some 50,000 bottles of "Mar ty" East, Woat and South-Woa- t. Newport News Ar Mississippi alley Co "E D. ' Fna DIKEcTOKS: wiuo during his lifetime, and tho latter "I swear to you, Job here across this Lino between Loxlnton und Clncln- Solid Vestii'iilec Trains to TO VKItS OF LINCOLN COUNWilliams, Mt. Vernon; took a tremendous quantity of snuff. TY TAX-P- prepared to collect you taxos'fur J.J. M. Hall, Stanford; table ho was my lover; an I ruinod en. am lji J. Philadelphia THROUGH TRIN. CINCINNATI TO MID I have school He was the only man, 'cept you an Nevertheless it must be acknowledged Come prepared tax to cultec! lor la districts. J. S. Ow'sWy, Stanford; to pa all at ne time. I hope Baltimore, Now York, a very largo number of brain work- thai every and JELI.IC. father, tlmt ever kissed me; an I be- that Ihs first to settle will try to S.J. Embry, Stanford;1 my deputies vis: Rickaril M. All pel nt. East and Soutl cm SCHEDULE IN ISFFIICT MAY in.iSgi trayed 'en. As the Lord liveth, stood ers indulge in no stimulants whatever, with me or , J. K. Lynn, Stantcrd; Only one lugbt out l.esingtoa. in the box an swore away his name to or use them very sparingly. New York Ncwhsnd, ?Miiel W. Menefce. A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; No. I. J. N. MEN K KEF.. Nj Sa. j Corrected lime Curd in Effect Mas ShertsTof Lincoln Co. K.Baughman, Hustonsitle; save mine. An whut'n more, he mado Sun. il,. J. ' I)j"r K vm ; J F. Cash, Stanford me." Tho lugnntlo lliittiiu I'liHtriirr. Lve Cincinnati 8 10 a m' 8 00 p mi William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. impn "Mar" j:nHt J lOIIMlt 8 18 a m I ol p m J 06 p n Ls Coviogtost. A clever adaptation S. II. Shanks, President Lve Falmouth-.- ., HOMEOPATHIC "Don't hinder me, Jol it's truth I'm found in the magnetic of electricitv is p nt. It'lHO 9 45 a ml 9 rast Mail 7 i button fastoiif r. .r. l.ot.igtnn daily at Hill, so Arr Pans 11'... c . j j) ,111 n p m J IJ. Owsley, Cahier tellin ee. jii IS a m 10 a p in flng's , Dine His people were a low lot, an The difficulty in tho inLnnm ,u 10 p m 11 cm p in J p in common machines sj tn, cusioisossurg ij.js, arriving at Air Lexington W. M. Bright, Teller father d have hided me if he'd know. has been the absence of a plan sufficientHuntington u.50 pm Lve Paris"".. .. Ji 5 a us! in "Hii oa J. H.llauhincn General Book Keeper. ( ruf we used to meet in tho orchard. Limltcnl Esprost Islington daily at O j 10 Cures, is Arr Richmond.. ly simple for feeding the buttons from emus, nt., briincs, old sores, skin diseases, pin, Winchester 7 onluasros sterilise 7 30, Olive Hill Arr Winchester. . is 35 p ml ....-- . .Mt ; 3 p ut bunion., piles, fistula, scratches, halter j 'most every night. Amos 'd row across the receiving hopper on tho top SVherever it has ooi, Ashland 10 jo CatlolUburg io4j, orris lug nt Arr Lancaster- -. 41 p m of tho hums, dew poison and his boat, an back agen. For the Lord's nns m bon ....machino down tho tube leading to tho Ut used it has given wonderful satisfaction and Huntington at 07 dally, oxcsipt Sunday, loaves Arr Stanford Aconiimodation, Lve Richmond ... . brother, don't look so. I'm pasf btamping mechiuiism. This is now ef- ble.propensity lor removing soreness is remarka- Lexington at 45 pm. NATIONAL J5 P m 7 io, Mt. btr. "" .Numerous will be secured and l.lsingtsm . .. J "J P in Arr .. Hill 10 pus fected by tho magnet, which, playing up wilt appear in this space at a later date. Made n: 7 45. arriving at Oliveexceptut Sunday, Icavos Lve Middlesboro 7M P m ; Or SI AN FORD. K ......... Accommodation, dailv thQ fQ w and down in the hopper through a slot and sold by at 11 Winchoster to J. II. HlfJOINS, Stanford, Ky. Sterling 05 pm sonm,ulj loave Ohe11Hill 0 Mt No. 4. "Go on." No. ,. .Vo.r 45 am' in the bottom, attracts several of tho Ashlanil 8 4J am, Catletlsbuig 901, atrlvws Hunt "Well, tho la3t night ho came over, loose buttons at each Capital ington 9 as am. upward movement. Lve Middlesboro 6 si a 3 B 'twas low tiilp. I r;ia wnitin fnr- 'nn (.. On tho downward stroke tho buttons Le I.iviniston. IllCuin ? 0 'Ht IIouikI the orchard; an he would have mo tell which cling 6, Surplus "'"" :::::": 4 Fast Mail leaves Huntington dally at ins am. Arr Richmond am to tho magnet are rubbed ...... fn tin... i it; Latloltsliurg 6 aj, shl.nd 6 37. Ollvo Hill o, Mt Lve Stanford ... "..1 J uu, uiiuir woiucin. 1 rccKOII off into a little trough. New York TeleNow is the time to lay in your fuel for the Win of the public is invited to the fact Attention Sterling io n, U inche iter not una ai liven l.ox- Lve Lancaster m tcratchejp rates. Send $35 to the that this is the only National Bank in Stanford. WO quarreled over it SO long his boat gram. nigs as. 1? os pin Arr Richmond. o 15 a m i.imueu r xpreis leavos Huntington daily at so Lve Richmond.... ,,,l8h in,tho AnywayH' h? 46 p m o a in l,A. Laurel County Coal Association pm, MI.Metlltigai w, Ashiami u... oihe iiiii rr Winchester.. II io p m 6 e a m; - left- lllB Quarrying knit In Kansas. u. mo ...c.u StOCK, OUl uv mv 55 .11. Winchester j il and arrival Arr Paris 301, ....mm) 10 the stock, bo that depositors of gate in tue tiark longin for 'en to uj J J P m 7 45 a Nearly 500 feet below tho rolling prai- - At Pittsburgh, Ky . and order a Five Hundred nt I.esingtcii at 5 jo inn. como of $400,000. this Institution are secured by a fund or the bank back. But tho timo went on, an I did'n jicsuii Accommodation, dally except Sundnr, lenses Lse Lexlugton ... a 00 p m 7 r,3 am car of track which uyuus, jum., stands we (500) Itushel present their best lump coal onshould Ohtc Hillaam Mt. Sterling 6 js. Winchester Lve Piris Vive sworn statements of the condition m 45 delivery a ri, as n m ' iu pP in 97 cij a in! 5341pm hear his oars pullin away, though the United I.ve Falmouth are quarrying rock salt. The supply is at mines forfraction over Qc on This coalStanford 715 and arrives nt Lexington jt 8 05 mn. are made each year toare examined States governcost you a Hack ut at stated times m 3" ment and It assets daily leaves Huntington nti 1,5 Arr Covington..., 14 40 p m 10 49 a in with all my ears. car load lots. simply inexhaustible, as drills have pen in P m by government agents, thus securing addititonal pm, Catlettsburg 657, Ashland 7 10 and arrises hi Arr Cincinnati ... j j" i' "Mm 5 a in o J7 p m depositors. 4S "An then I heard a terrible sound, n. etrated it to the depth of 300 to 400 feet John II. Cattleman. Olivo Hills 55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt and perfect safety tooriginally established as the A. C. I.auham Sterling On theMaysVille Ilranch. Vn . This institution, pm, Winchester at low sort of breathin, but fierce, an some- - T"" ilt ia almost pure, the foreign elo- leaves Paris at 55 and arrives a 55, am and No. u, at 613, p m, Bank of Stanford in 1858, tlieo Deposit Lexington at 2 45 pm. arriving al " ining worse, the National nann 01 juuiuiu 11 of the mud ments not being moro than 8 percent, of and the First National Bank of below, un ran down. Limited Vestibules! Express runs daily and cas neain Thero ho was, any given bulk or quantity. We mine y an 'ullman Vestibuled llulfet Sleepers between Lou. 7 40, a Stanlord in iS3, has had practical bettei un titer 11 isville, Lexington, ew York and ".... o.uirnof for vears It itbusiness prompt above his knees in it, half way between the salt outright, whilo at Hutchinson ashln:ton. .... al i5" ".'" at Pari, a, 4 10, p m' K. .".. (tin mf transacting uiii t'ulnt Uomtoit This train It made part of the daily escent Sundav. now with laclhties firm ground and his boat. For all his they get it out by pumping fresh water ever before in its long and celebrated y and liberally than fightin ho heard mo and whispers out o on to tho bed rock, pump out tho salt corporation,, Konorabte career Accounts of respectfully fiduV firms and individuals me uiu-kciaries water and then evaporate it. Our method East of Huntington on the C. .V O. Route No. ru": dai'lv'"'" ,'","S'0" ' Cincinnati "Little girl, it's got me. Hush! don't is cheaper and moro satisfactory? InterFast Mail 'trains run daily except Sunday hi. No. j runs daily from all stations except the o The Directory of this Bank is composed ot . tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct shout.' ,).,v,,,0" "'"c1' I' view in St. Louis No. , daily except Sunday. ilaily e xcept Sunday. connection al Huntington with C, V().;nt Ash T. J. Foster, of Stauford; county; '"Can't you get out?' 1 whispered land wnli S. V. R ; at Wilichc-.teNo 4 dally beiusve,, Cincinnati nnil T..tnfvfnn with K C. R Forestus ReiJ. Lincoln R. north and south bound, und at Lexington with No. 4J Paris and I.exiniMon back. Easily Aimivurml. ilj J.W. Hayden, Stanford; L & N.. I. S. and C..N. O. A T. P. Railroad.. l. I .;J.. C,,nK,0,,,o:ooa'AccommooationPans. " 'No, I'm afraid.' '" Arrives S. H. Baughman, I.incolu; Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily. lo:4j:,m A professor in a German medical COi- - w . .x . . " 'I'll run an call father an Job.' iso. raimout h Accommodation: M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; lego had ono exasperating student. natl c:ion m Art iv os Falmouth leaves Clncln. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; '"Hush! Be you mazed? Do you 705pm daily "You see, Herr Duium," said tho proK. K. lor l.oiiisville. except Sunday. Lexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation J. S. Hocker Stanford; want to let 'em know?' Iw,v" almouth6ooam. Arrives Cin- fessor to this young man ouo day, "tho MANAGERS, Lincoln; runs daily except Sunday, and makes direct con......... , jc a m iiany except Sundar C. A. Lackey, " 'But it'll kill you, dear, won't it?' nection at Winchester in and from Mlddlenlior-oug. subject of this diagram limpj because no. a antl Cinakn ., u ;i...i .. . T. P. Hill, Stanford; " 'Likely it will,' said he. Then after one of his legs is a trifle shorter than Commerce Building1, Louisville. and Richmond, and at Lexington point, on the N. N. rnnn.i... ih L. S M. V. K. I) W. G. Welch, Stanford. It v for Louisville. a while of hattlin with it ho whispers tho other. Now. what would you do In W V. Tate, Stanford Agents throughout the South. full information in regard to rates, routes. Mi?iu".h!?rr,c,i,h")V,5.h c.a". 'rnm Cincinnati to and Cumberland Gap and all ageu, uue girl, l don't want to die. such a case?" c , upply to any agent of this or ccnitnKtiiig lines OFFICERS: and runs daily. V. L MUNSllN.Tr. IS... A... rI Death is a cold end. But I reckon we "I should limp, too, I think, Ilerr c R. KNOTT. rI K. HUNTINT.TON, C. L. IIROWN. Hocker, President, C. P ATM ORE. J.S -- ,. AtdlioBirM, Cashier, can manage to save mo an your name as V. P. urd O. M., W. A. TREBLE, "jocal Ajoat, O. P. A , replied tho btudent with un rattic .Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt Lexington, Ky. t Cashier well. Run up to ihe henhouse an bring Q.E.V,ilJ?ra5e'.Lou,1 "e .AJUtMcrlitmey. . of perfect ' iimoceuce on hia W, S, HARRISON. O W.HARNEY, S. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'c'r Agt.. STANFORD. KY. mo as many eggs as you can find and stupid face. Exchange. C. M.. I.exingtfli, Ky. T. P- A Ashland, Ky Ofiice Chambe ol Commerce Cincmnat. cress Ayer's Hah Vigor cleanses cures stimulates THE O., H. & D. don't nx questions. Bo juick. I can keep Through Car to Mackinaw. np for awhile.' The through steeping car service over the C., "1 didn't know what he meant, but It. & D ami Michigan Central Railroads between Lot on Main Street in Etaniord Detroit Cincinnati via Toledo fairy ran up for my life. I could toll pretty islam1 of Mackinac and and Northernand theresort, the Lake Containing t 10 acres. well how to find n dozen or moro in the hat been resumed for the sexton These curt leave Cincinnati every 'veiling except Saturda), erms easy. dark by gropin about, and in three TK. WALTON, Sl.nfoio at 10 o'clock, arriving at Mackinaw at 6 to the had gathered 'em in the lap o' mv next evening For rates, tickets, etc , address any C, II, A D dress, and rnu down agon. I could jus't A YIPM rwm "V Pce near O M. Conflict. general passenger and STVU for J, a staall l.yvfir oM tc4 I spy him a dark blot out on tho mud. ticket agjnt, Cincinnati, t) t in forehead and horns hfiler. with white pitching forward I will satisfy any ot lor her many?' he asked, his voice "How return ur for Ir.lnrmation furm.SteTmr at Crab Bucklcn's Arnica Salve hoarse as a rook's. Orchard or W P Wnlton, Sliiifutd W. T The best salve in the world fur cats, bruises, ,,,., " 'About a dozen.' salt rheum, fever Z " 'Toss 'em here. Don't como too near, sores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores,alltetter, chapped hands, skill crup and cures piles, or no pay requir an shy careful, so's I can catch. Quick!' lions and iio.itit-.lr It is ir "I stepped down pretty near to the cd. moneyguaranteed to Pec perfect satisfaction, refunded or jj conls per box brim o' tho mud an tosed 'em out to Kor sale by A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. HuiKclii.tr )Lot8 him. Three fell short in my hurry, but Quarantoed Curo for La drlppo. In ths corporate limit o KowUnd. the rest ho got hold of, somehow. We ai'tliono our '"That's right. They'll think egg Dr. king's New advertised druggist to sell you (6 II Discovrr) for ConsumptiiMi. DARsr, IlowUud. stealin nateral to a low family like our'n. Coughs and Colds, upon this condition If ton Now back to your room, undress mi are attiictcd with 1. (inppe and will uethis rem ed) according to it a cry out, savin there's n man shoutin for and cxrennce no direction!., givingreturn fair trial benefit, vosi nuv the ltmilt help down pun the mud. When you tle and hate your money reliinded Wf of Dr wonderful wave your candle twice i' tho window this effer because of the during last success epiKing's New Ucuvery utmn's I'll shout like a Trojan.' demic IIac haardbfno case in which it failed, I ry st. Trial bottles free at A. R Penny's drug STANr'OIll), KV . "An 1 did it, Job, for tho cruelty in a t. re Lmgc sue 50c and ' fearful woman passes knowledge. An COFFKY, you rescued 'en, an he went to jail. For Good Looks. he said 'twas the only way. An his Genu! looks are more than akin deep, depending organs. upon a heilthy condition of till his Hotel, rem mother took it as quite reas'nable that the liver be inactive m hasc the wul loot., I' In mv charge snd Isated and relurnished. Is tsosv it . bilious intend to conduct it so as to dyspeptic not only our her husband's son should take to the bad look stomach be discrdered yon base you but to add and if your kidne) be atfected hae a oils longmaintain us high repnUtion, accmssissod.. 'twas the way of nil tho Trudgeons. inched look. Secure your health and yau will lions for li.t ol friends. SCc, commercial travelers and tiae rooms fr "You needn't look at me like that avejood looks. Kleclnc Hitters ts the great al- thedlsploy of samples. acts directly terative and I'm past sixty fin I'vo done my share of gans Cures tonic, les, blvte'ics. on these vital ora tHf-bom and gives A First-Clas- s no muii say it no was mar- good complexion bo il at A. K. Penny's drug ij'vumi. Saloon ried, did her Arthur Quiller Couch in store, 50 it it ,.er bottle And I.I. IA HI) and POOL UOilJIS attached. London Speaker. jTtl JOSEPH COKFKY. min-nte- s ii. 1 Jflii h P 3 V a s mnu TO 35 mP 2E - ( 101MfJ?JS?CHIMoijRfiiO- ...And POINTS AH. WJII.8T Mid For Salo J- Twentv Chicago without ch.ngr. Go via the MnoT and grt the Pet fur tbe leat r itiloftn.ilK n iddrers money IAS IIAKKF.K.Ii. P. A., Chicago W C CRISII.D P A.I. .u.ssi'ie PullmsN 'e.tibule.l Itiiffct Sleepeia and Pullman Iluifet Chair Carson all trains through to 11 IF YOV ARE CUING - I PORTMAN HOUSE, HTORTK k riiic TiirKST, .. JOSEPH I Pro'r. mm K l Double Dally Trains 111 THE Dr. J C Ayer & Co. Mass. PRICE, vBBfp ! j R. R. GENTRY ty-iiv- e, ty-on- e: ,1 c WAHITIHG. mi&m w V3Z ? 5. , PENNY, Dentist. Vf VJ sU m a 1 9 . ICE, ICE KIN Stanford, Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. a,-6- t ..." s J loo-o- m i n 'JOHN York, $200 REWABD. Iluk-L.- l ' ..." -.. WEW (DM3LjII1AKS, ( Good 1 1 Farm For Sale. ii i. h S4- Farmers BanM Trust -- I 48-j- m m .11 a) aiSmtew' mA hit's 7 H'DJLKIAS, . Mo-hi- TRAVELING PUBLIC. e y I w.-l- f , Mr.-vnvi.- Aeuutii j MYERS HOUSE, Best fc I'-i- I Uvery Stable, .11 11 . '' stu-Iefie- . j - a TAXES TA2CSS A I tax-pay- er OLD KY. ROUTE , Kentucky Central uahs 0. i Washington, DLL-llOROU- 1 one-o- f t. CI Jl-- Seuth-lloiisi- . . . . . WM mi . ' ""'" . 1 I1 Lrui-.cs- . 4 FIRST D-.,..- -iu 11 m I1 - Win-hesle- ..- , 1 p. North-Houn- d. Stock S200,000 500 1 V-- - Parmors, Attontion 111 $g$zwwL iu.v.. -a-1 rf ' 1 J, .s X-S- . catn-tt.bur- 1 m--- . lis-ten- iii 1 AccOT-rrodatlo- n 1 1 ,,-- A 11 suck-sucki- n ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 1 ioIic-tc- d. : Insurance Company, F. F. lA& 1 " Globe-Democra- t. r JiAKIJUU&UAimiEMAN h rf? -- A-- !, Pro-fesor- - ," 1 1 A.i-tan- Ky-;- -.