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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891091801 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. F-- r ,,-p- r. lfr- - V Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. MATRIMONIAL INT ERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER IS. 1891. NO. 57 CHURCH AFFAIRS. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER, lin- MATTERS. GARRARD COUNTY. I J.iiiu-H. Hunch uml Miw Hcttlo Oaks, each 11) years of njt, were mat rleil lit tin brldc'n futliiT'H, near Wnlutit, WediieHiluy. Hev. W. V. Shfppnnl will prvarh at the Methodist chuich iiextFunriay at 7:!W. niht Good milk cow for sale It. 0. gleman, Jr. ) .!.. Lyons has resigned barge of the Southern Presbyterian church at Mt. Sterling and accepted h call to a church in San Antonio, Texas. Hro. Long nnd I closwl a nine davs meeting on the l:Uh at Friendship Chuich, I lock oust le county, with M additions. Two took membership. Martin OUOIIH. During the year 1SS1) there were 102 additions to the Christian church, at Georgetown; last jear there were 10 a ml up to the present time thi year there have been 111. The laying of the corner stone of new Baptist church in Georgetown, the took place Satunlav afternoon in the LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. presence of a large crowd. All tho pastors in town took part. Mi'Calla is not the happiThere will be no preaching at Walest man in town, because it's a j;irl, born nut Flat next Sunday, as Hev. H. H. on the l.'tli. Caldwell is attending Presbytery. SunThree priaonero, Cruik'Uraiitf, house- hrcukiue, John Hull, noxe-bitand' day School at .1 in afternoon, nil patents Will Dotaoti, forgery, escaped from the sud their childieu are requested to be cutting present. jail Wednesday night bv It is announced that IJe.v. Mr. Spur-geo- n through the bars of the cape and out of is recovering nnd that it is no longthe same hole Unit was a short tunu ago er necessary to issue the daily bulletin tunneled under from the corridor. about his condition, which has for HUBBLE. months been so eagerly read throughout of our farmers are making nr- Knghuid. Some Seventy-fivmillion dollars is conraugumeuts to use bone dust or other tributed yearly in the t'nited States to furtihxers with their wheat, .Mnlinsa I'liderwood has returned from Illinois the sustenance of the church, $11,000,-00more being given for purposes lifter a stay of two weeks. John Rogers purely religious. Within the century now heard n disturbance among his chickens a few nights ago ami on going to the drawing to a close, l.VJ.OOO.OOO copies of door saw 'some omrand rail him out the bible huve been printed in 220 difthrough the Held at great spred. S. M. ferent languages. Hev. lion Helm has been J conductKpoouamore has about completed his ing the meeting at the Presbyterian whop. Dr. Herrin produced smiles all over Win. Itlauk's face by presutitins: church since last report, and has urged him with the iirst plow boy in the f uii sinners to repentance in eloquent and ly, last week. Mill Hnurne thinks his pleuling terms. One confession has recrop will average i! barrels of corn per warded his ellorts. Yesterday ltev. L. acre. Hurrah for the bend! (Wen (). Spencer, the State evangelist, arrived Ferrel, living on (i. 1. ((right's farm, has and will do he preaching to the cloe of u young gourd on the vine M inches in the meeting. Tho Congregational Church in the Thirty steers for sale. Nacircumference. 'juire h. H. AiIaius LTnited States bus a membership of tive steers, all red or roan, a No. 1 bunch and wife, of HuAlouvillo, are visiting and a Sunday School membership of feeders, will weigh 1,100 or 1,200 relatives bete this week. Win. Hub-- ' , ble's yotiugost sister, Mrs. Wood, of of 51)7,331. There are in the country pounda. Apnly to W. $. Moss, Lauctis Missouri, is visiting him this week. .1. l.(M) Congregational churches, with ter. ininistHis. The church has fcvoii 1!. W. F. Higney has sold his SOOpound steers sold 101) ewes and one nt'J.40. A. C. Ctirmuu has returned theological seminaries, and its educa- buck to W. Hatchett for$!21.20.1 JFuuk, from Uasey county and repoits a great! tional and missionary work is ns nota- Anderson Co. nought 15,000 bushels improvement in the crops there since ble as that of any church in the country. 'of wheat Saturday at DO cents. AdvoAccording to statistical accounts cate. the late rains have come. Mr. Win Hubble and sister are visiting relative .M7,(t3t) pilgrims passod in front of the Tiie Thornton Porter farm of 111) in Pulaski county this week. Dr. Cicc-- j holy coat at Treves between August 20 acres, which was sold at public auction roKubanks has gone to Cincinnati to and September 2. Some unscrupulous by Robt. L. Porter, adiu'r., Tuesday, was attend his last term nt the medical pilgrims have dared to use rosarius with bought by Thomas House at $10.25 per whool. He is a good htudent and will1 crucifixes having hooks at the back by acre. return fully inform!. i'xt spring, to which to tear oil' fragments of the holy F.leetiouecx lias now more in the coat while passing it in woiship. The 2:"0 and also in the 2:20 list than any practice his profession. guards have been doubled, and the pious trotting sire; next to him in numOur States have :ll democratic gov- thieves are threatened with eternal pun- other ber of 2:150 performers added this year to ' ernors. The republican governors num- ishment. the list is Pilot Medium. ber 1.1, nnd their States and the doubtA circular issued "to all farmers" by When Fontaine Fox Bobbin told us ful or fraudulent titles of some of them the State, the olhcial organ of the alliare thus named by the Detroit Free about the way he pictured tho opposing Paul, urges the growers to Press. Maine, New Hampshire, (elect- attorneys in a case at Mt. Vernon, he ance at St. hold their wheat. An advance in prices ed by the legislature) Vermont, Khorie did not tell us that one of the picIsland, (minority candidate Connecti- tured, Col. W. U. Bradley, came back at is said to be a certainty. M. F. F.lkin & Co. bought of Dr. C. cut, fraudulent) Illinois, Minnesota, him as follows. Bobbin was associated of yearling heifers at $10 ; Nebraska, (holding over, not elected by with John W. Brown and Pleasant Co- Fowler a lot of Mrs. Crow, 2 fat cows at 2 cents; (f the people North Dakota, .South Dako- llier; Ge.nti.i:.mks of tub Jimy: I can not Washington Brown, of Casey, 5 heifers ta, Washington, California and Nevada, commence the argument for the defense (or $75, and of A. T. Traylor a'.bnnch of until I mention the names of the famous fat hogs at cents. A successful trial of the now explo- military men Col. Alexander, the banker, of Paris, who leads its forces. They sive called "terrorite," was made at Fort have already filled tho world with their sold to Mr. Goldsmith, of New York, Hamilton, Now York, on Tuesday even- fame; but strange to say their real names 012 head of fat cattle, all Durham and ing. Twelve pounds of tho explosive have never been made public. You can home raised, for $G2,000. They will l,vS50 pounds, and the price per buried in a hole in the ground six feet not help but observe, after I have broken deep, hurled a volume of earth weigh- the secret, tho wonderful appropriate- head is the highest paid this year. ing fully a ton -- 00 or -- 50 feet in the air. ness of each name. General Aguosity, The Commercial Bulletin, of Boston, The hole made in tho ground by the General Precocity and General Josh says: "From September 1, 1SO0, to Auexplosion measured nearly VI feet in di- Boxity. I can not, as my friend who gust 20, 1st) I, the total exports of wheat ameter. It is nn American invention bus paeeeded ine, allow these distin- aggregated 1:1,010,207 bushels, as comanil claimed to be tho most powerful ex- guished heroes to divide names to suit pared with 25,S3:,225 bushels for the plosive known. themselves; but in order to do each jus- corresponding period of 1SS1MK), an inof 17,7s2,!)S-- bushels." Mr. L. U. Knilliu, of Chicago, hfsaug tice and to preserve the truth of history crease The latest discovery in the vegetable gvsted to Secretary Husk that the means must give to each his own peculiar cogkingdom is made by Dr. B. G. Culver, used for artificial rain production can be nomen, because each name indicates of Atchison, in tiie propagation of a resorted to for tho prevention of frosts. the hard fought fields on which its wearvine which he has christened potomato, His theory is that the clouds can thus er has struggled in the past, and will doubtless continue to struggle In- - the that will grow potatoes under thegrouud be brought nearer to thu earth, creating in the usual fashion and bear tomatoes a sort of fog which will be u preventive future. as docs thu tomato plant at tho top. against the ravages of frost. Ho She's a remarkable girl. She The Lebanou Trotting Association m. Kforigeration is being reduced to sci- doesn't hesitate to tell everybody that will have a fall meeting, beginning OctoThe purses offered will aggreence. A salt has been discovered that she is 27. Don't you admire her for it? ber 0. She No, because I know she is ".0. several thousand dollars. The gate will refrigerate a familv icu box, make u classes will be in 2:25, 2:153 and 2:50 few pounds of icu and the salt can bo Life. 2:.'!0 pacing race. class, and a evaporated and used over and over. Lady Maud, the dam of Monbars, is There are several purses of $500 each. Tiie revenue officials contemplate the second mare witli a trotting record J. I). Reid sold to Simeon Weil, for using scales to guago whisky for taxation. better than 2:20 that has produced a 2:20 Goldsmith, SO head of cattle, 05 at $5.15, Wheu that system is in use tho liquor or better trotter. Lucille Goldsmith is and 15 at $5 per hundred, ayerago 1,500 will be weighed and the guager found the other one. pounds. Allen Prewitt sold 32 head to wanting it. A perfume lamp, which burns cologne same parties at 5 cents, average 1,500 and spreads a delightful scent about the pounds. Mason & Orear sold 15 head to Hon. George 11. Loring, to Portugal, is dead at Salem, Mass. same at 4 J cents. Mt. Sterling Advauce. loom, is the latest household novelty. Hev. i par?-tual pro-elde- and Mrs. V. C. Willin, of IYterebtirir, Mere married Thursday, Hv. W. W. Miner ollirintinn. Ir. Edward Kugluoton, tint nutlior of 'Tlii' I loonier SchooltnHMer" and oth-- t novelw, was married nt Madison, 1ml , Tuesday, to Miss Funny Gtxxli.'. Hush Montgomery, of Waisnw, nitcd 72, ami with throe kiowii ehildrun, nil olilcr than hi bride, was tnurtll tlilH week to Mfod Mary Davis, iijmI 20. Mini Huasie Wilson, dmnihter of lllbliop Alphous W. WiIhoii, who at HarroMurtf conference, lias I.. Wuhur, jou of Hev. S. A. married Weber. Tli'b marrfiiKo of Mr. J. 0. Wnlkor, of Danville, ami Mini Doric S. Hulii".ul, u charming youiij; lady of this city, taken place at lirucu M. K. church. will be n HWfll ntl'alr. Newport JourIt nal, loth. A lieoru'la boy ami girl, ii!d reyears, were married spectively 15 ami the other day, but the purentti arrived on tlii' hcciio immediately after the ceremony, trounced the wedded pair, mid took them home riorrowinir. d 1 J Iiv. J. V. The Geneml AsHoHntlou Fitch, preeldini: older, tacky Hnptfsis will inrot nt Thirteen yearling mules sold at Or-lisl- e of Ken- -' Williams-burg- , Nov. 1. Mr. C. 0. Wood hn contributed ?ia,000 to tho Young Women's Christian Association of Itmoklru. tent meeting, conducted Methodist precliew, is in at Iteri lion, .Mdioii county. At Gen. Gano's meeting in ton Chestnut .Street Christian Sunday night, a lady 7A years A by progress mv-er- al Lexing- church, old was !uuiiur6tl. ur, ; ' - -' e 0 j ; at I0. For sale: One sow and ten 50 lb., bhoats. Mrs. K. O. Helm. Redd & Bro., of Fayette, nld some 200 breeding ewes at 51.75. A good ninny mule colts are changing hands at from $45 to t0. y A. F. Moberly bought of S. J. a pair of young mules for S12o. K. P. Owsley aie feeding J. B. about 1.000 hogs that cot them $8.70. W. I. Herrin lnrnght in Cosey V yearling steers and heifers at ST) to Stl. hi Cincinnati best cuttle bring H to 5, best hog S.S5, sheep 5 and lambs -- J. F. Cash and W. M. Murphy sold to W. A. Coll'ey a of hogs at 3f to cents. Mrs. Mary C. Gentry sold to A. O. Cbenatilt, of Madion, 15 heifers at 4 cents. C. G. Ware bought in Bockrastle county a yoke of oxen for $80, and ft heifer calves at jl). Mrs. Margaret A. Goocli will sell the ellVcts of the late Wilson S. Gooch at his residence on the 25th. The latest returns frem the threshers received by secretary of State show that Michigan's total wheat crop will exceod 2S,000,000 bushels. W. H. Johnson bought of James Pepples and Tiusley Spoonamore a bunch of yearling steers at ?12. In Trimble county the,' Deans hnvo 1,000 acres in peaches. TheyTwork 500 handfl-nnhave sold ?:Vi,000 worth. J. A. Harris k Son sold K. Gentry, of Boyle, for Lehman, S5 New York cattle, to be fed on corn till Nov. 1, at 5 cents. A. T. Chenault A Son, of Madison, bought of Madison Sandidge 20 extin cattle at? 10. and of Gill Cowan 10 of same at l :!5. The glut of potatoes in Southern California continues. In one section they are being otlered at 5 cents a sack in the ground. The trotting races at Lexington will be held Oct. 12 to 17. The entries include many of the finest and the purses are numerous aiuljlarge. The Braunou Bros., who J ran the ringer Tanner at Latonia as Polk Badget have been forever barred from'al1 reputable race courses in America. Richardson, of Moberly, Mo., purchased 12 jacks nt $1)00 and 2 horses at 4100, of Monroe Leer, nnd 2 colts oi Charles I.eer. at $ 100. Paris Kentuck-iau- . Km-br5.-4- car-los- d 1 d I ?-- KM,-IK"), j l.o-lO Lt-- e I ! j I The courthouse has been painbd' is now being penciled. K. Brown has opened a grocery store J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ami butcher shop in the old Marrs building. 1891. Sam Dunn, the hostler, was married full corp ol Co:iiervatiry and N'oriml schiol te.lt.hcrt. S.iji'nir r.j ir h Literature, lluilc ant! this week to a sistwr of John Clark, bet Art. Kvcellent boar jing department. Catalogues and circular nn implication ter known as "Red Cloud." A very enjoyable party was given by Miss Allie Anderson at her home, on Lexington street, Monday night. The recital given at the Methodist church Tuesday evening by Mrs. Alva B. F. Swope Walking was highly enjoyed by the large crowd that attended. The union services that were held TH reiord of the Stanford Mli- Academy tor tWcugh work, lm been in th pat, txctptionally dttrillg the Sllinmitr linvi. Inn ilici.nn. good, and we would aurc ttt and that n.i p.iin will be slur.) to maintain it former hirh standard. tinned, nnd now services are held at all Th courMjof atudy will include all bran, h necisiiry pro.re for the rrehman cluu in and tie w.mt of theny mktnir a tint clan Knjll h edthe churches every Sunday night, as ' ucation at the lame time will b arranged to For tlieP who mavdwitH lo fit thtm.clr for bullae, n pUl ourie la arithmetic and book keeping will lie marked out usiml. The fail will open TUESDAY, SEPT 13T, and it i dolraW that all pupil be pr Dr. J. B. Kinnnird isijuitesick with on that day. TKKMS: typhoid fever. Dr. Grant, Frank Marks-burand John Lear, who have been! (For fne month, payable quarterly in ndtaacv, with reasonable deduction fur protruded sielcneu.) Primary Department ..Su.jo confined to their beds with fever fori Intermediate Department 17.50 Classical Department some time are al improving. aa.jo .,. I00 The little negro girl who was shot by Incidertal Fee Jieke Reid is not expected to live. The ball entered trie left hip and can not lie ' located. Reid claims that the shooting1 was accidental, but lie slipped the oili- cersand skipped out. He is n tough DANVILLE, KY. citizen ami a few years in the "pen" ' would probably do him some good. Xe.vt Capt. Letcher Owsley went to Kliza- -' With a lull course of jtudy, both Knjh.h and Classical the course of especialbethtown Tuesday and accompanied his ly adapted to prepare young n en for the Frehman Class, Whileintended at the instruction t furnish a same time it Is liberal Knglish edu ation to any who desire It. In connection with the Academy sister, Miss Kllen, home. Miss Owsley has declined to act as one of tiie maids 2D of honor at the Satellites ball at LouisHas been established in the home ami under the personal contrrl of the Principal. Regular study ville. Miss Krnma Tillet went to Danhours under the supervision ol the Principal and asitants and the restraints and government of a ville this week. Obe. Pearce, who has Christian home are combined with ihe Lot educational advantages. For lurther particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address been in the U. S army for three years JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. returned Wednesday. Will Marrs is for R. K. McRoberts, during the clerking illness of John Lear. Capt. Herndon is " J ( W7 f attending Mt. Vernon court. A. T. An derson, better known as "Thuruian," is SZs (CC4lCS ? visiting his legion of Lancaster friends. One of our young attorneys, whose S. K. Cor. XtU Ac Vino, Cincinnati, O. exact aire is unknnun tn vruir pon lent, but who was born in 1W3 or Book-keepin- g, Short-Han- d, Type-WritiR5.S2, he is not sure which, lias had his likeness taken in the atitude of giving Business Practice. Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, advice to a gentleman considerably his Penmanship and all Business Branches. senior in years. He is represented in 1862. LnrRonnd llourislilns. Twelve Instructors. Up with the timed. the picture us motioning with the fore Established for HuslncKs Pursuits. Has the coiittdetice of the BusIuom Community. finger of his right baud, indicating the Pits thoroughly in ttemimtl and are aiilnt in neeurlni employment. The charge are The ituttentsare city course he would have his venerable leasonabli". floartl can bo had In the bend nt low figures. Day and Night Beaalnns. Do for catalogue. C.W McGEE, Principal. as promises. Investigation bollclted. friend pursue. The attention of one of! our citizens was called to the picture and the question asked him what he sup-posed was the character of the advice given by the attorney, to which lie promptly replied: "I should think it nlwiut this, Tncle Dave, do not do as I doV " The fee charged is doubtless a contingent one. There is nothing connected with the affairs of umn that is more incomprehensible than the idle curiosity manifested by many of the human family nlxiut things with which they have nothing to do and in which they would for ln presumed to take no interest whatcurca Colic, Constipation, "Cnittorl a Is so well adapted to children that ever. A murder trial fills the court-- ! Sour Stomach, Dlnrrlm-n- . Emctution, I recommend Itas superior to any prescription house with a gaping crowd, who aie at- - j Kills Worms, glvt-- slivji, and promotes dJ. I II. A. AnciiEn, ji. U., known to me." traded thither by a desire to hear how a St., ErouUyu, J Y. i Without injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford crime was committed and who will sit ' Tub Cicntavr Compjiny, 77 Slurray Street, N. Y day after day on hard benches to t' e ' neglect of their business, as though life "jyiMv-y>txai ic and death depended upon their person- al attendance, and they were discharging an important duty to the State. This waste of time would be much more mvs- teriotis were it not for the fact that those who indulge in it would be unwilling to do so if it was compulsory. Call it "work" and require them to be present. Dealer Iti- would call forth a howl of indignation and a remonstrance at such unjust and iniquitous laws. and Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, (urni-h.-1 STANFORD MALE ACADEMY 8UKS3IAX, Principal. m frii-n- pat-o- 1 J . iit t- - CJ-lej- te j , y Centre College Academy 11 - j J TJie Session of this Institution Begins Sept. 9, op art ment A Homo Boarding & Training- f Ss 'smoi mZycZfCC&( ng, mri. Telegraphy, J 1 . ( Infants and Children. a ' j FARRIS & HARDIN. i (pocket-boroughs- .) I av-era- Hi'sseli. Coi'nty. A laudable effort is li'itiB nui'le to establish n public library nt Jniiie.3towti, ami the movement 1ms received much encouragement from various parts of the State, both in a pecuniary sense and in the donation of u number of hooks. Judce A. P. Sium- son, judpe of tho Russell County Court, j inis called n mass tueetimr of tho young men of that county, at Jamestown, on' ."September 10. The object of the iiieet-in- n is to select a suitable site and representative committee of youiijjmen to or- tt.uiize a free public library. After or- Kiinization it is proposed that the library shall be uuder the direct control of the county, anil n commission will probably bis appointed to supervise it. ' Staple and Fancy Grocer e s, Hardware Queens-- - Glass- - ax:cl Tinware. OT7B, SEE A EISG A.ITT CAR-LOA- D XiXlTE OF OF 1, AMPS. FRESH KANAWHA SALT .n inn if i si.ii in j ife ii -- i mw i.nriiiix mi The mumi im m sale, Ee. mors oi Thomas M. Milan), deccasrd, on will at h s lute Wednesday, Oct. 28, 18 91, m 7-- free-for-a- mm I). Hka, whose advertisement aptfr at public sale Ins fine Farm of 450 Acres located on the Danullo .V Stanford turnpike, tour pears in another column, is a specialist nilcs from DanMlle nd6 fromStanford. Thi farm mut liescen tu be appnc.ted. A few salient of note. His skill and ability as a phy points are thete: 1st The land isrich and productive, as the crops now up It prove. d tt is sician throughout the country not only; splendidly ftneed and uatere.l. 3d. t has been , . , . . . . . t . n.iui-nun Htipeiiur to ins tew uroiner farmed judiciously for 30 jeais hy one of the bet farmers In ti- Mate and now it is frm from all doctors but to the whole world. His weeds or impediments to the richest returns, 4th mmm i 11 is so inorousiiiy unproved that no expense practice is confined to the most troublewill be re.iuiri-- 1 on it for yean. 51b, Tho house co.t some diseases of long standinp, and 412.000 ami is a lanri. v,.i...ii.n.. hurt 11 built, with io looms numerous closets and panwhere numbers of our talented tries, laro halli, bnseiuei.t under whole bouse physicians have failed. It is observant land .ood outhouses. 6th, It U only 4 mi.es br pike lo Danville, the edu. atioml centre ot Ken- that nothing more, or less is required to tucny 7th, The neighborhood and social sur. rounding are nowhere excelled sih, It i as cure these ailments than a thorough good a fine horse and stock farm as can be found, knowledge of the human pvstem based nth, It is equally as good (or grain and annual . ssuesiS.Sick nnd Ncrvou3 1 Ieadnche, iojis ns for stoiK and grass, lotli, It has been on the enormous experience of which Sice Fears, Hot ktjt l.irji ly in grass lor many iear.1 Ninety Backache, IMlnci, , acres will be sown hi wheat by the day of sale; only a special practice requires. Plashes.Nervous f) pc pla,I)ulIues3,ton-ftislouthe bulauce of the farm is in gr.i", exept quaeres j Hysteria, fits, Ft. Vitus Dances reserved for corn. C Terms of sale eay Habit, Drunkenness, etc., are cured Opium Mllea' Norve and Ltvor PllJa will offer and At tbc same by Dr. Allies' Hestorativo Nervine. It tract of Knob time cooplace about foraha Lund acrvV, tailing Acton a new principle regulating the liver, botwell timbered and within half a mile of Junction stomach and liowels tlirc'iijh the nerves. A new does not contain anv onlatcs. Trial ducovcrr l)r Miles' Pill, upredilv cure bilious- tle nnd fine books FllEE nt drugKists. City Also the Crept, Strck au.l I'umjtialty, iu. share ness bad tate, torpid pilas, constipation. jrcdlcal Co., Elkhart, Indiana chidug tea MARV lloyle National Hank Stock,. ii.LILf.ARH') ' Dr. 3Hles Uueuuatsd for men. omen ihildren. FKEEU TKIAIi KOTTIili mildest, surest. Fifty ikck j$ cent.. Samples IHN T 1IILAKD. J Fxtculor. Y I. LILLARI) s . i 'PttCX feAix d flp&as Mt-rhi- Wrww r 11 - - 4 ! two-stor- j ' Ksrvous Prostration, ' 4i t; H 1 'vl s , I u' hr, 1 I free at A R Penny's 1'or tale y A K Penny, Stanford. 5 td v.'S r - jpi" '"- - iwp11 as ' - a . Semi-Week- ly Interior journal AMWMJIfVMtt.-SWM- Staxfokd, Ky , S..iti..miu;u 18, 1891 W. "P. WALTON. Hon. IUmwmi. I'. Fi-ow- una tiomi-iinte- il u f. I by the New York democrats for governor oh tliu (list bnllot, with W. K. Slicehni) for lieutenant governor, and a full Mate tiektit. Flower hits been in Couj;reFS and is a very rieli until, who is h i..t i r ! expected to tap liis "barl." The platform btands p.tt on the National i.Mtes of the party, and adheres to the tirinci pies of sound liuaiice. Itis.ipuutit the coinage of any dollar which ia not of the intrinsic value of every other dollar of tl.o United States, anil denounces the new Shtrman silver law, under which of our nold stock hns been exported and all our bilver output is dammed up at home, as a false pieten.se but artful hiuderanoe of a return to free bimetallic coinage and as tending only to produce a change from one kind of monomotaliMii to another. It stigmatizes the Sncriiuin progressive silvei basin law as no solution of the Hold and silver questions and as a tit appendix to the subsidy and bounty swindle, the tarill, the McKinley Blaine reciprocity huiubuir, the squandered surplus, the advancing deficit, the defective census, the talsitied representation and the revolutionary proceedings of the billion congress all justly condemned by the people's great uprising verdict which this last November empower democratic time next year, will to guide the people's councils and to execute the people'n will. one-tent- h worse-than-wa- are wiser than of ill nmkinn null cd changes in the constitution ttJoptwl majority. ovi'rtvhfdmhiK by mkii Tiiey have cut down the sheriff to one and m.de the ruilroml coinniiwion-vi- s elective instead of appointive, though the latter does not go into effect till fler Uov. lrnw ii'm tfrin. This wa done at , the rp.juent f 1'iesWeut Ola'-- who ho wanted to the change, bovHnsc proe that he had noiaing against the man who beat him for the nomination for governor. A good many of the fry wanted to iimku it immedibinttlh-t to shut out Urey ately elfective w appointu ent, but decency Woodson's prevailed lo some extent and it was not done. Ukubm.v. Hint ttii-icrtMtor, the r thv m-m- i jiro-poce- d r Tiir rnlitig (Ntfai'iu for junkotiug is strong even in the death of the constitutional convention. It went otf in a special ttain ami deadheaded yesterday to dine with Mr. Clay at his palatial Bourbon home, hit not oneof the members forgot to draw his fo a day all the smut. This is fun for the boys, but it is another death blow to an empty treasury and a big deficit. Well, while they live they live in clover. Let us hope that when they die they'll die all over. Ti.i.- - s;t ,1 1 .. three, tJioved his baby brother off a pier at New York and laughed and clnppud life wntor hauda 8 h saw it Mrnpplu 'n " drown. end Lieonw Bienta. enlorad, was uliut and killed at Oakland .Station by Pick lUlsell, who had been Uviiik with ttie former's wife, until his recant retnrn from the penitentiary. Tin Comiuerei.il Adfertlsur building iu New York burned, causing n loss of or more. An optician and his son, who had an ornce in the building, were burned in the tire. The contracts for rebuilding the (ilyndon Hotel, at Kichinond, which was burned some months ago, have been awarded. The new building will cost $2.1,000 unfurnished. Kx President Fraucia W. Konnwly Henry 11. Kennedy, of and the wrecked Spring Oaroen National Bank, of Philadelphia, wore sentenced to 10 vears' imprisonment each. The Amarguillo, in Spain, has over flowed its banks mid the town of a has been swept away with l,o00 people. The damage throughout the Hooded district will bo very great. William Henry Perrin, exeditoi and historian, died in Louisville, after a mouth'b illness of malarial fever. He Lilih Jacob Sutuuau, aed er Con-sue- gi tli ii" ore IJ per lar mi vnu I' cent, bonis nil! bo rmitinnwl at 2 per wnt. after September :W. The Bink of Lyon. sMippowd to be P 3ft W" ff one of the stnitisat in Ks?MW,has made t. Uheved the aweis It an aiitnn-tiA? FEVESL GE9LI&USMP5S. will euttat tin liahiliU'. 0K With a rH).000,000 bnhel wheat HEADACHE AHDAS.L crop, a .'.IXN.OUO.OOO bushel corn mop, bur-leJ good crops of cotton, rye.oat and . .. IB'J . DISORDERS. PteP CENTS and unmually abundant fruit and FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. vegetable empa, the popl arr idrmdv MED. CO. SUDIII5 MO, PREPARED BY RICHARD50N-TAYLC- X for ThiinkMSUing growing impatient OJWWJHTVtTCWCai Day, more than two mouths ahead. McNeil Bros, building contractors 1! u II IIH.i. i j i i I'l lu of IVwton, made n bid for a certain hniMing contract, which was publicly offered to the lowest biddar. The cui tract wa, however, given to another party, tnutigh the bid of McNeil Urn, um the loweot. The latter brought suit Our Stock of- ntrtin-- t the Chamber of Comnierc, an the jirv awarded the ftnu $H,."00 dam-acT he cae was carried to the Supreme lnch an the judgment was Is now almost complete and we will be able to show to the people continued. t',-H Nvrtat l'osu . - n circu- .,$ ft In? BrpRYcE1. emit fw 1 1 tY.!H3wi-Tr.'.rrft'.vrwfrl'Wf'wa y, MALARIAL NEiar GOODS, -- e-. 1 FALL AND WINTER GOODS of Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, as has ever been offered for their inspection in HE Has EVIDENCE! Ct I illl'i; ill rri .11 J hilduN t " . i l Men's and Boys' Suits and r of Ken- r.nitrtil Ommnitten throuel was the author of a' "History lni:k-and several other historical Chairman John B. Casllemau is weeding works. out of the democratic committees thr Wm. Smith, wno shot aud killed men who opposed the party nominees B.tiley, while he was guarding or were indifferent to its success. That James him, was tried at Barbourville. It was such fellows should wait to be, kicked Smith was hired to kill hi out shows what a mangy set they are. claimed that nine of the jury didn't victim, but The committee can not make examples so and were for acquittal. of the deserters too soon. We want think The consumers of this country will nothing but faithful and trusted soldiers wages, pay from their on guard. v hard-earneflo,-000,0- 00 Overcoats, Men's oncrBovc.' Fine and Heavy Beets titui Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Slen'H I l II til J I scheme. Under Mich circumstances it ought not lo bodimVult Barons to raise a camit must be confiesed that Jude Lynch for the was excusable in taking a hand in the paign t'tnul. Pulaski case, though if the otlicers had The governor of Florida has apDavidson to exercised due diligence they might have pointed succeed Seuator Call, whose election is pi evented the hanging of the assassins, who might have been sent off" or a disputed because a quorum of the guard put in the jail, but the heavier lattire was notpresent aud voting. 1't.e fact of the business is they did not want Seimte will, in all probability, seHt Mr. to prevent the hangiiiL', and they can Call, however. Tiik Louisville Commercial, which not bo blamed very much. They knew The jury believed that young developed into a as everj body else does, that the courts some time since Haines, who killed his companion, paper, now find that toe additionin a boat near Hampton, Va , 'ran not bo depended upon to dispense al page can not bold all the matter it justice and that it was 10 to 1 thai the6e acted iu self deienee and acquitted him. of Wednesday munleiers would ultimately handles and in its issue Senator Voorhees was one of the prose a permanent enlargement to cuting attorneys and the case attracted etcape punishment if the people were announces has been not allowed to hang them. It N a bail eight pages. The Commercial attention. denone growing in grace right along and btate of affairs, but that they exist Bob Winston, a negro, was hanged serves the liberal patronage it .senilis to of us can deny. at Newport, Ark. When the negro be getting. mounted the gallows he knelt down and The Frankfort Capital toys that THE CON. CON. began a fervent, incoherent prayer. He LoKim attended the inauguration twice repeated, "Beware of the temptaAfter much chin music, the clause in a Pi nee Albert coat of the brand of tions of womnn; she will lead you into 1SS0 or eailier, frmn which he said he prohibiting local legislation was changed trouble and you may not escape." had brushed the mould and mildew of so ns to permit it on the ijuestions of loInstead ol settling the convict ques nearly a dozen years with a blacking cal option, turnpikes, bridges and public tion that it was called to do, the Tonne brush. This coat he wore buttoned to roads, public improvements and build- sue legislature has gone into other busithe chin, though the weather was quite ings, ami common schools and paupers. ness by passing a law making pri. lightThe resolution to take the appointwarm. People wondered why the jouring n "high" misdemeanor, punishable nalist was so particular about the close ment of the revisory commiission out of from $00i)to $1,000, and from buttoning on such a day, when it finally the hands of the governor and increase bya lineof to -' months imprisonment. leaked out that he didn't have on any the number to five was very properly six Gov. Brown baa pardoned Franci shiit and was forced to do so or iiiako an killed. The governor will appoint three M. prisoner in Pace, the longest-servinexpose. Col. Johnson should not give a men at $10 a day each for actual time penitentiary. Pace was u school the good fiiend away in this manner. It is employed. Clay Let "Brother W.ilton'.lead in prayer. teacher, ami was sentenced from unjournalistic and wo both unkind and He and James Turner after county in 1S7-hope Gov. Brown will punish him by There is none litter than he. Aud were convicted of A plot to murder Wil appointing him commissioner of agricul- he reads ngiin the words of Job, let him and turn to the Litany and ejaculate "May limn Middleton, between whom ture. had previously exiatod. it please Thee to bring into the way of Tinner a feud Tiik: sheriff of Mener must be a novi- - lmth all such as ImvH erred and do it Ilurope i excited over the fnct that tirtst bforu the convention adjourns and a large detachment of British troops ti as tiate, who doesn't underntnud the piinuiples of our government. Instead j while there is yet time. Newport Jour- - j landed at Sigri. on the Maud of Mity of going tothe scene w itli i posse and ntti. lene, and planted torpedoes and guns on wiwawaaaai rrmwaww arresting every motlitr's eon engaged in all sides. The island forms a most ad NEWSY NOTES. he the neighborhood iiu trrel at S.tlvi-uvantageouB position, irom which limit At Meiidian, Miss., the Southern BriUiu could control the waters of the rushes off a dispatch to the governor to burned Hellespont. call out the militia to arrest the ollend-ir- s Hotel, Healing completion, governor Loss, $150,000 and restore order. The Judge Durham, Lieuteiiant-liovern-oHenrv B. Uvde. nrcfident of a Now properly denied the very promptly and Alford and W. H. Polk have letnrnud request and referred the officer to the York insurance eoiiijnuiv, gets a Hillary fiom liarbourville, where they went to law giving him authority to summon of $100,000 a year. 'attend a meeting of the. Land and Inboy spoiled a kettle of vestment Company. The affairs of the A every man in the county, if necersary, to bring the law bieakers into subjec- catsup at Wheeling, W. Va., by falling the contiiiinv were put in a satisfactory iu it and scalding to death. tion. condition and important btepB taken in The present State officials will be regard to future operations. A symli-eatThe year lbDl will be known as the eligible to succeed themselves, but after offer for tho property, has made an record breaker. Kvery kind of a record hat the one term idea will prevail. about :i,000 ncies, including the town r has been broken aud now comes a L. J. Bell has been appointed site and rich deposits of iron, clay, coai, Central train with an unheard of Dunnville. Casey county, and oil, salt nnd line timber. Lexington at performance. The distauce from J K Wyatt at Faristou, Laurel county. Transcript. to Hast Buffalo is VM miles, yet a Shelby Jett was acquitted 01 the The court of appeals reversed in e train covered it in HO minutes, includ- killing of James Uonan, iu Madison, as case of Asel Madison, who was sentencing three stops, which aggregated it was proven that he acted in self de- ed to the penitentiary for life for killing minutes, making the actual ruuuing fense. Belle, aged 15 years. The The mortality among the pilgrims his daughter time 420 or more than a mile a minute crime was committed in Edmonson hours. The run to Mecca this year has been terrible, for seven lb'.K). Madison was having died, most of them from county in August, longest and quickest ever made. is the and handling a gun, drunk at the time cholera. discharged the fatal bullet, and he L. McClusker beat the world's which J. In an interview Congresssman Wise claimed it was tho result of an accident. record in swimming a mile at Worceseays the outlook for the party in however, was advanced on trial to is in ter, Mass., doing it in JS minutes, Uif Proof, this fall is very bright, as it show that the father had made threats good trim and thoroughly united. Sen- - seconds. reversal is ...itlw-vit.Ml 1. . t It is stated that Mr. Huntington is against his daughter, and the B nimuui. JUOr Uailiei Will technicality. as usual on a ,.,,v trmihlu whatever, as the albauce about to dispose of his railroad property A feud between the Jordans and in Kentucky, 02:5 miles in all, to the lll not oniKwe him. Mr. Wise does not Beazleys, which has resulted in sevthe anticipate a heavy vote this fall, because Ohio River Co. ogain.at Salvisa, Seven new divisions of the uniform eral deaths, culminated he says, alof large crops. The farmers, Derwood of P. have been instituted in Mercer county, Monday, when ways take more interest in harvesting rank K. cut by Owen Beazley Kentucky this year, making "A divisions Jordan was fatally cropH than in politics. and Beazley's uncle. Constable Granand four regiments. arresting the Diphtheria is said to be epidemic at ville Currens bijeceeded in BitOTHKii Walton should give his lo. Beasleys, when other brotheis and relacal editor a vigorous hauling over the Franklin, lnd. Thirty deaths are reshotguns and Iste-jtioi- t corded within the last few days, and tives, five in number, with coals. In Tuesday's issue of the on tho constapistols leveled and cocked Jouknal he applied the word many new cases are reported. The Mays-villabsconding treasurer of the ble, took his prisoners from him. The "scholars" to school children. telegraphed Gov. Brown to Commonweal. The gentleman has Catholic Knights of America is found to sheriff then to take a squad of ni,n.li ains to bear without adding to be $7i"i,000 short iu his accounts, instead order Col. Gaither at rout the outlaws, State Guards and them without cause. As the Hist meaning of $20,000, as at first thought. authorities could uot Scott Parton, who is wanted in Knox saying that civil of Bcholar "is one who attends school, without great bloodshed. growfor the murder of two Lawsons and make nnests we fear our brother Sam Unities is respondjd that under tho Rose, in 18S!, was captured at Artemus, Tho governor ing hypercritical. law the sheriff had power to call out the in that county, Monday night. J. K. W. Ilryqnt, postmaster at entire county, adding "It seems to me The con. con. refused to adopt an Tompkinsville, p in jail at Louisville for that should he equal to the occasion. it . Minn ilint enuntv olli- - rouiung i uiu mini "uripueu to ins care aiiieuiiiiicm arrest tho lawfive in- - j an,i Will likely go uieiice to n penal insti- - I hope you will promptly cera elected in 1894 should serve all hazards." breakers at tution. A tin-plat- As much as mob law is to be deplored, Nkw Jbiisly magistrate lias lined the owner of a rooster that persisted in crowiiiL' o loudlv and so lustily that no one could bleep in the early hours of morning even several blocks away. This is Hxaetlv ri'dit. The man who would keepanj thing which annoys his neighbors, without doing himself or nnvhody else yood, ought to he tarred and feathered and kept iu jail till it wears otf. six-page a year iu consequence of thee - Mc-Kml- and Hoys' Hsits, Xcckwcnr, war-tari- fl his .&& tfSBKm ii'L,ir aSSSrlS i $mm And dents' Furnishing Hoods. We are mil sole agents for the old reliable w.ttcrprool HTKl.L HOOTS. M'HOBERTS & HXGGDSTS. Han-nega- n, th-- m' DR.D.D.REA. - ftfisA -- H,vG.RUPLEY,- f Is Receivingr Hi3 ' red-haude- d Surgeon& Specialist Wh i wide-sprea- d h ttilnl me medical I.iui.viII, tn iled .in'h a h. it Kv bv citnn4nUu in diBmtci . Km-nie- tt il, I.ouI.mIIc, Ky He vill visit Stanford at the ers House, Friday, October 2d. Kca haih.rcc lr Drpar'nirnt llll. Iralerim ) uf tke Klectru it ami Sur-Kl.MeJtcail aotl SMriiKSl In Ike cuntr and thai Jluii I'" -- i My- 'pring.,ummer Coocls THE ITHLJLAKIIIg LA1K At rAMl ICblliltH, - THOROUGHLY RKNOVATB!) AND IMPROVED.. Cor. Jefferson, g Ucturiune ever; month tluunt; the year to re imih nc it) I)r Ilea hi cunnectel wita the l..r-- t ha no iipeclur in he.piul in the Liuntry, .inA treatla and JliiiitH diAiim-IrHe will kite$)0 f rimy cue thai he can not mmutea ill f the di4ene and whri He will irlurn lu Siatitad every Month ihit year to remain one day Tretu .ill ciiraliU Medical an. I A.ut and Chronic Catarrh, I)Uae ..I Ihn i:e, Kar, Nose, Throat aavd I.uag', I)yapcpia, DtabM, Kklbeyn I..T, Hrichl'a Sctiuii M Hlatlddcr, Chioalc. ranu . or lilt cured A poaib.e ( !'" s 4iew lcat4 a4 ll 8rVl liae A. W. Jont-5- . Center and Green Streets, opposite LOU US VILLI-:- , KV. W. R. LOCAN, 1. 1. Sullivan. J. L. Marshall.JCIerks. Kates 2.50 Ker Iay. Court-- I louse, Manaeor. iily ri l)la, Peahjd in youth ! ' Dicks Patent Feed Cutter The ahow is a cut of Dicl.s 1'at cut Ieel ("utter, the bet cutter tor ..!! putposo on the market. .11 .ind C I also have tl..- YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN S iff j produliner vc.it ami other omimalona, - mxIn .. m of U hlii. thef.il wmtHr.tt i i.tntiiltiwn .l n'. a ty, n.r une. iliioneu, ..cm. n to v.Hirt), hd.le. tie mimor) m.i t.nr.r ihcii. tim lr ual . ,iaunon, hi' vr in.irriajf, ue (Mrn anefilly curi-- l.y n n n I th. k fruni t'fHlf bue Sprrmatorrhm and miHiii v i . ti, r en- - not Hy i , Blood aud yicin Diseases byuhiiK tnd Lnnplicatioiw, aa mm thiol, Tali in of thr hair, pain ia the boar erupt I n, rk are perfei tly eraduaiael wilhont aaing mercury n Stu&ebaker "Wagon Am! the r ether mjunuui drug. C.miurrb'ia, IJIeei, Mncturr and all lm;iT and Kidnry trounh ?n needily tufad hy nevr lailwl H' unilntkei no incuralde caaca, hut .urK thousands (ivcli up lo 4t. Kenieinir ti. ditto and i.oine early, as his nitjari- always crowded uherevor he (4ois ireal-mcntth- l ar t, Kan.twha Salt just received. CONSULTATION FREE. CoriexindiKeoli. AiMfe-. J". IB. u ilc.l anil c nhdnllal FOSTER MhlMCAI 31 j ND Stltt.lCAt. INSrilLIK, , New-Yor- 4lh M Louisville, Ky. pod-maste- New-Yor- k FOR A to R3S3STT. Go to A. A. WARREN'S MIOZSKIe 1 Far.n oi 230 Aercs, j.tf GEtOCERY" OtKil lilue f'.rass lard, ne.ir MillcJseMlle, to rent rrivilege of hccdme this K.ill Apjily iSo fr l.J KOlllNbtlN, For Canned Fruits, "Vegetables and Meats, Dried jjpples, Peaches and Jnuies, 1 11,-00- 0 HuituiiMltf, Ky. Farm and Stock. We will sell on the premiie on Vii-gin- ia Thursday, October Our Farm in Lincoln county Lliiodctt Mures ItQusi-hiiMan- I, 1091, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; Rice, Cheese, 1'ruit Jars, ,.:... conlaluinnu 'I WO liL'NUHLI) ACKLbi.f tfo.nl land ceiitrajly lo cated lietwccn Danville, Lancaster lin.l Stanlnril, J, mint from Hulitle At the samo time e will also sell J or if , ofxl Iniplt'iio-iitsand Colls. KarBim Kitchen Furniture. 20 stacks of Tunning Also 40jr"od unci. th Ilayaud 60 bmhel. of Hemp Seed of Dec 1'ossesi.iPii ol l.itin uicn iiiiliortation II A- J SWOI'K, Hubble, Kv 51. im Limp?, Glais- - ;n Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Jelly Glasses, &c. i:, hui 1 Tho Old Roliable Jeweler in in the Lead. Cr-T- " - H(wfeg?Ud) LIME I ANDBRiCK. -- A. R. I Penny OH e will deliver I lue at 5 Cent' t H ho' c I Slauf.ird and the neighli irlumd I will also load on car at Crab .Orel ard, Urn k at 75 ents a hundred, (lur me a thmee. FR1.D KllUKOKR. IrihOrchml jjfim las the largest and MOST COMPLETE STOCK "W'alelMJW v ! .,.. i""' Bteau Oi inree hid. ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. wish lo ell privately my Farm of 14.- A ' I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, Remember that uu ti,e situated I'.ml'cj n.rthof Stanford, , sliowint: Danville pikie Will take pleasure who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to Apply to any one wishing 10 purchase J IHUGHT. send job to the city. Engraving, of all kinds beautifully done. Old Your trade and work is solic-or KENT An excellent rarra gold and silver taken at market picc. s?nB QAI liDel ncres, OALIj rUuTillci IromCdoot. Improved, iHiOrtkLKV an J ted and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. Millrk pike, 3 1 , Good Farm IFor Sal. I ami Jewelry 111 48-j- m Mh If .'2-- , irf "-- vi t - i' i.r-t- fi' -- "yd .. as: Semi-Weekly InteriorJoukhrl Kv , New tmi'iMiv need at J pHJ-- Ot H 'i V dti liotrt at ' on ht , " s t vt-i- l lib nil k of Hdies utitl &rertm-A.ii! e units' line SPECIAL r s-- bTANtOHII, 'l lTMtltKU 18, 1891 Zimmet'f. i5 s fmn, hottae of four " Salh.-Uo- m! roun, w1'' l!l" "cri! lot studied. Uon- H . .. MEAHS BUSINESS. vcuk'iilly located in Stanford. Cistoin Sri our linn of nil wont I1M and and neefniy outhnlldinBi. Apply to i kwivh bfutifully and artistically i Ht A l. Penny's. KtiipcKi ladiV cloth at 80cntt Mr yard. W. A. Trihhle. Plonee 'i u account is now ready. Stavornnco v .'on t.t andaittle. A It. Penny. Tiik weather for tins Imhi week has and Jewelry nur watch, clock yon should lwon ahlacfc dre Hik nt A. II. P.nmv'a. All Woik Iryon excellent for the ripening corn, of niur,tl To heap not fil to urn our stock hoforv pwrrhas-inn- . which an unusually , irr.intt'il. law crop is aswir- week-- , & Son. SfvonincH week, barUkVviiKit that all (silverware, watches, ml. Some of the farmers are howing Penny's will r nu i , IwtUKht at A. H. and an increased acreage will be ItariJHtn Nor oppo- wheat Go to tho ctirim il free of charge. site tho I'ortiuan lion" an look at the put in. Double-wid- e PERSONAL POINTS. ii'itr irooth nnrl iret prie. Joe s. Jonm. Calico: John A. Gaiiy, President, and J. M. -nrtn'y " ll'u " I J to Somcreot Lroods, a Lun ew Mit Jons- M. li aii to J. S. Jenn ami gat . Tiki: your Work., of Lexington, nB ho.e Tuii'Ihv. IS) cents per do... Miwr gnmulated t.r Peb. looking at the town and to K-Mit. and Mm. Iloim Uhown went up 25 cents tt'rday We Shoes Shoes the authorities in regard to building wa Tufwlay. t i Mxlillrsb-m)- , per iMiind. Mii Mattik Unt ii hm has none to A. IL l!ux now represents the Central ter works heie. They were not favorably impressed. Louisville to IHI n clerkship. Lincoln county, and Cincin- Ky. Ilotlge Co. in .It V. It. Carson went to Tub Masonic Lodge of which John C will he plim?d to set. all contemplating McWhorter, of Jackson county, is a nati yesterday to buy goods. next apriitK. to Fet Mitt. Kilkv Jovitt, of Wayne, has member, has petitioned ihe other lodges l.-of the Hlue and Gray in the State to life their utmostiuflueiice iilliiL' Mrs. W. (i. Itttiicy. Tun To WinMn ft. F. Jonhs went to North of the at Middlehbom is largely attendeil, an in his behalt for So a. yesterday to visit relatives. He is worthy, well quallll.OOO old soldiers wore expected to next House. Knee ified and a cripple, almost unable to Ki. Hen Hki.m has moved to the march in ywderduy's parade. vacated by Hov. T. J. (Sodhcy. lmue walk. You ran get one of those all wool MiKfl Pki.i.i: Uunny luw cnteiod the Y:---who 's goods SoMKTiMi:ngo it was ordered that if chinchilla overcoats for men n blue, fit Iticlniiond. Mi.fB Harbour'H to is was not sold by SeptemK. Tate left Tnewlny to black or brown for only $C. Opposite tho Mit Ci.oik.m-. Come we book ber court, that it should be olfered at College at Philudelphin. Portiiinii House. Jo. S .Inm-sntcr n Medical public auction. It was not sold, neither Man. Smos MutitivB, of Crab Orchard, W'v have a mmntfty of very good wns it put up court day. Questioned as )i,is been Ihe giiext of MrH. X. A. Tjrce. lumber, unliable for outbuild-iiu:- , to the reason, Judge Varnon said that t Mil. A. A. Wauurn and Joe Xeviilhetc., that we are mdljng at ;1 for tho committee, of which he is one, did SJg-g-Middlejiboro oxenrMonwro nmong the 100 on our yanl. Sine c Menefoe. not believe that a court of levy with a Mini l.ntiit Uiulkv wont to Cinuiu- A. Pitusoxs having ulaims against the Ihiiu quorum had the right to order the MANES AND n.ti I'liewlny to pnrclmur lir fnll inilll-nr- ooiinly ar nottlltnl that Sepu '2ft, is the unit, and that to make asttu ranee doubly Main Street, Stanford, Ky, agreed to await lrttt tlay they can b fth'd to Iw actotl on Hiir the committee had Mis Asm Uomon, a pretty Uttlo by the coming Court of Claims. G. U. the a"tinn of the full court of claims be" X?ei Ktnleri tho gtiefet of Mr8. T. J. Cooler, clerk. fore trying to nell. It is believed by 1' 1'ohter. those- who have studied the question Poi.h k CtK'RT. Lou Teeters, for keep-inloft Tuwly to .M- Mies M u NrxN-nxthat Lincoln county would save much diaordurly hotwe, wis Mnml 20 in A Co., take n position with P. 0. Cokor hullmi; her present farm and money by tho police court Tuesday, ami ltill Lewis buying one which could bo rentMl for Louisville. Mk. and Mhb. A. Uhbajjrkt, of IouU-Vil- l. for diforderly cotutitcl at the mmti housa the keep of the paupers. Upright and Horizontal. -- . of Mr. rm1 Mth. vrm fined ." Iirvw lwu e Stationary, anil Portable. All liKMNKI) IMI ltoHHKD. Wodttwtlity Max MMiteH. Mr. P. W. Grrkn-- , proprietor of the power. sizes up to Mr. Kin Smith, hotter known J. 11. Hot,!", of Ca?y, wrs Iwto Myfts House livt-r- stable, has ortlered afternoon, Unequaled in hafety, Simplicity, Strength and cnttfct or an elesanl "class front" ami thotn antici- mm Watermelon Smith, ws found Wetlitt-whilookintt for nlop Durability. in his patch on Mrs. Mary C. hit difctiilery. pating matrimony win do ho now withV.'tiu U,t 1' Illustrated 1'ampleU and jour uiut to VANn.VK)dMuhterMii out dppending on Danville to help them Gentry's farm with eight severe gashes Mh. M.O. in his head, and his Kckets tinned inLEvFFEI- - & CO., 1isv rikI MOti I)vld, Rro all down with out, an they hae hrftofor ilone. . side out. Dr. Cook was sent for and droi-tsphohl Q- - K l V t'KlNltl II' I)QH1Q of Mias ed tho wounds, s nue of which suoni to I hak Ir. nii Mm T. 0. V.uu, ol Mrs. Gmham, anvurcd the services experienced trimmer from have been made with a rough stone. Mo., am vkitlns tliBirretetirn, CinciniiRti, who will In with me in a NKW ADYEItTlSISIKyrn. The patient was still uucoiipciotij yes J. ti. Oai pouter. In offering her servicos to the torday and unable to give any account a mzu Wa. M. Own. by haa Htovwl IiIh Mr. F 9 1 I recommend of liis treatment, though ho would freI.. A. Farrfs' property on public feel that can fully family into S)r. XX. C. liar as bing an expert in her line. Mifs quently call out "'tk my money but lwer Main itrrot. Llccie Heaxley. spare my life " The old gentleman was PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ct.. V. G. Wiaui bus raturnwi from In tho habit of carrying considerable STANFORD, IIY. Mttniity, which ih yot far from bttinc at Mm:, who was given four years at Mt. money with him, hut fortunately bo loft bottom of thiHi. Offit c In Odd KellosMlmt tins, P f tal't Vernon for killing Win. Mink, makes a Sl'H.tV) in silver at the house that day. Office houn 7 to 8 a m , i to i p. m , 7 to 8 p. m Mrs. F. I.. Ci.ipfohi) in n couMn of novel proposition for n new trial. II SlierilP McllHrjrue, who was ttbbHHtiinated wrltoa a letter to tho judiru asking for a It is supposed he had some paper money a would-bperson, which OETLraT. in PulnhU Saturday night. heating, giving among other on his got. So far the is no clew to now In there ISdmihto.n, of Cwb Orchard, grounds that one man had agreed if he MiM Lti .1. G. their identity, hut the case is being inwiio Iihh been viaitiug Mr. waH put on the jury he would acquit Having purchaiod tlie inlcrt of my formir vestigated. 77ie Best Itbtr.l uU retitriiHtl homo jetdcrday. jMtlner, Mr. W. K M.lheron him, but he hail eone back on his word. hau'.ifthp patronage uf the jMfopIc of Rowland g the W. II. Wiamis- in attondl-Mr. will continue the cih huint tnd tltiiiitv. MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Wuaro in receipt of the following, for hi.h ttie tirmorililtonA Mel" eo- -u startuoiit meeting of the Grand Lodge of Knights to di, a. i think I in eaily prove wl.y it will which we return thanks, rliu Interof Pvthias. at UmUville, thin both mv ctomtt and myself lur Tht brandy distilleries are running Sil-ve-Wi:intaiu- Kuk. ut thte pric- -, o t.niml uranuU .Ioiin' Mimw.r, of national Hiutherhood of lUiiway Con- full Mn. am) Mr. time. tnlauKTlor Si, AibutHlt' iOhr as cent wr Alo and all other iiowus ill ptopern.m .N'tehofciMYille. autl Mr. C. V. Mrtcalf, of ductors will open thHr convention at A night nihcu has Iteun opened at Lnii hjn.l at ill times lumber and ahincbK for , (...... the Masonic Tempi TiMMitrc, September llrodhead. wtrogMlof Mr. T. J. w PIiwtIUh, it nibiu.-.I'.owUnd, Ky $71 )f 21, at o'clock. Yon are cordially into do all kinds And JKWKLRY in iht city. A iviiable Watch-Make- r A llaptiitt AsaociRtion will be held "d vited to he present, binned, W. A. , httl Hw.1. lHf Mtw at Pius Hill, beginning next Wedniw 2JIc-Gr:iH- S of Watch, Clock and J ewe ry repairing ftn lllm, rntnrnetl Wednesday from Kos, chief conductor; Ivl. Itnuly, day. lirndley, seoreUry and J. Werl months' fcUiy ot MIm MillerV Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemical--- , at all hours, There is iiiii complaint aliout the Imnhu in Uoor)ria. trMtinr nd oni mj dav and night. darkneha of our jail, etspecially from .. One .1hundred amd iM-lili- t l a kth ilalr nt cuhK.aiot ...ut a Mr. J. T. Cmio ku on tho strret my a MoR.-- Th tiilliuul broth-er- those UiBitle. hltra. two goal cabin and A law--, HW WodtHNHiay. looking iitrftlrRWy wonw Ilarve mimI Joe, who aanfiiimled The eae of Damorel for killing John ohi outhoun. S. V. S'I'A15(J, for wetr front life? (wvrHl.RUJtitliN' illuifeh hnuritr McllHisne, in Pulaaki, were tak- Muliiiiauu elfcliou day was oontiiiiied Stanfwd. K S f" apparrutly on a fair way to ro-- en from jul t bouieret, Monday night, hut until next cuuit. ivwy of (10 ami hung to a convenCircuit Court will likely adjourn toSole Agents for and Mit by a mob Kr. axi) Mm. T. J. Gourrn ient tree. Lit lb or no reiwtRiictt was day. The grand jury adjourned WedLula'left VMlnnlHy for UGtango, Mr. made by the orih ers and uuauls and the nesday afternoon. irring liexlhey'H new xpiwiiitmant, Acre uf I and We oiler lr sale ptivatel) Two new postoHicoH have buun two men won wxui on their way to rail-w"tl ol C O on the soinrr.et Jiwd itlri with them th gootl wibhen of all our death. .Nunc time was lost in procuring l.aru in Koekoustle, south of Mt. a dwellii't; and re store l.ood onhard and plentyol watir in tinitwf itl.eli a rope, hut dually one was gutten from Vomon, Haiiblord and Hloss. a Jt t rah 'nhatd, K v l.all on or address ' Grori.k II. McKin.sky, A. M. the depot. Harve. the oldt'bt of the ltVSTIN .V COI.lll.lt sMm A child of Mr. J. C. Mullius died U.nigh. Jauiiw Fanner, 0 Irye, Ansel two, was hung llrst. An etlbrt was mad Wednesday of brain trouble. Mr. MulVanoyandM. P. Iliibbh, iinunbtrn of to get him to confess', but he persistentlv ins is from Laurel and was here visiting the lt)th Kentucky Infantry, went up to refused,- claiming his innocence. The l.e family ol Mr. Pennington where N ' . . 3 1 .1 !.. .1 'I'iiaMiiTW Il'r-tlie Middlenboro reunion. Ul drnct Uiy l"it bM WCtK, 'i.l UI4fK It... li.tin.. r was tied Hbout his neck aril he was i c child was taken sick. l.t u' " naliuH nij;n. hs of Uo'.ton, rope MkhiiajiiwX. V..S.TtKT. sluing up. After he was done kicking, "Hud" Mue for the killing of "Hig cm ? htm by plying for hi Keep ng anu - ' and Charles M. lligginB, of Xew York, the other brother, who had witnessed II Jo i." .Mink was given a sentenceof live , Stanford, Ky and Minnie Valunti, a and Minxes Luio lt Ho jeais in Mate prison. George Haes the horrible sight, was attended to. piir of Howling Green beautie, aio protested his innocence and continued for killing Thomas Huves was acquitted. ca guehtdof Mr W. II. McltobertH. PUBLIC SALE OF to do so even after ho had been once Robert McNeil and wife against tlie Da. II. C. Xt.sNKi.iKV has tlecided to drawn up nnd'let down to talk. He w;ib plow- - Ask L. it N. railroad for alleged personal Rowland locate at Sbmford iimtead of then huuglup again, and both bodies a wreck two or am! has opened Ida ollicu in the Odd were left hanging while. the mob quietly damages sustained in threa years since, the court instructed - iV:vi Fallow a' building, whnre ho i3 ready to dispersed. u.'l soil tn m w- v wr m rr - .w m w rs the jury to find for defendant. receive calls from those atllicted. 1891, Mr. It. A. Welsh, of Hig Stone Gap, Thursday, Oct. WiniA Kaok. Miss Susiu Mel herThK following young people went to ' and v Hmirbon witof Kow land, made another attempt passed on the train for Louisville a few Kotty . head or...n..,t tl.il-Connty railed Jacl null eon, Middlpflboroyehterdny morning to . - Cinl 1' irm itlio t. Dealetln the Ma .v.iie iuanJh cf the of the Hluo and the to take her life Monday night. It was days since. .Mr. S. W. Parris la in from ness the Ihe tann can nei Central llailroad. Kentucky Gray: Misses Mattie, Maizgio and Lin- tho third, 'but she Btill lives to nurse a the North, Where he has been travellUf; ... .h...l hi u in nnd If avo at 6 tn Her lover, JamcB Carter, for a Cincinnati nolise. Kov. 11. C. 55 4t CHARLKS CARROLL 1.KKR ft SON clocks OwMoy, and their guests, Misses Un- bruised heart da from derwood and McKlwnin, and Mesf rs. J. returned to her that night and begging 1'ayno and wife lime returned and he is teaching for a couple ol PUBLIC SAI-- E 11. Haiighman, .1. S. Owsley, Jr., and A. her forgiveness for his seeming inconull was forgotten in the eetaey of weeks for Ins sister at Wildie. Mr. i tor"" Repairing neatly and promptstancy, OK S. Price. (iiirrard says: "Among a reconciliation. In fact, everything was ti...ll,..r k.initli wrtj lu.rt. frnm Tub Lexington Leader ly done. Capt. Itoso. l'hil. So- - LAND, STOCK, CROP AND tho matriculates of thisyearat Kentucky lovely and the gooho hung high, till the during the week. . I'niveislty, are a mother and her two fuller of the girl returned, and on learn don and A. S. Ci raven were here in the ea-Major Satn'l Waid, of t WILL ON 1 will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) sous. Mrs. Mary Cobb Ilocker is her ing that Carter had been there becamu McNeil ,.,il,. jvuv..vcv l'ivi.r unu fnri.ninil nf the ,-name and her sons are called Hichard very angry and told Miss Susie that she i,.t... ; was up J N.MENEFEK A. C. SINE and William. The three came here should never again keep his company. kraud jury. Mrs. S.un Ward anil wcro at once admitted To have her cup of joy so quickly and from Kockcastlo Kiver Wednesday. from Stanford OlTer to the hisheat bidder the IdIIowuh ptop- "M My Farm comainuiB iji acrca blue-aett to college. The mother will take much bo ruthlessly dashed to the earth, was in The ertlllll Uuluo K. of 1'. Will meet land and Lincoln icmnly, Ky ;, 7 JHc from Stan- course as tn older son. This more than tho poor girl could stand, so miles from Mdltxlfoville, all well the same t ford A new houe with 7 UarrOllSllUri;. ait in K.rau but 30 acre is something novel for a parent to go procuring her brother's ruxor she drew nest year at Tlie host sdecie I stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. fmelj finl.hed unide and out There la an of it across her throat, making a gaping AllbS tvllllt, daiiullter of lluillev rooir.i abundance of fruit of kelectcd vatieli from car- hand in hand down the avenues hcreH ample tablo apples to Jeuetin. blllied .1 few iv SASII, tlAY fctall learning with her children, but it is on wound from which the blood spurted (.nni'li. nf .Somerset. Was LU3IBI3R, V lA. .a nr t. llnH.t horM lll.l Point, this county, and all nccettatv CEILING, tho whole, not a bad idea, as President copiously, though neither tho pipe nor lays auo at Pleasant DOORS, I.AT5I, crop and stock coiiMsling of I will at ell the jugular wiib injured. It will bo remem- She was 17 and died of tho B.xnio tlisease 10 ttucLt gootl hay, ijo uarreia ot coin in inc Loos seems to think." SIDING, BLINDS, SMINttMSS, the barn, auppowd ha bered that Miss Susie tried to shuillo oil 1,1 killed her mother a few weeks airo, field and a lot of ilovrrlio i m ear old work mule nmucLi Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. CITY AND VICINITY, horses. aUo i n ROund, a good family 3 her mortal coil with laudanum recently, typhoid fever. --o-- -f,-" --The wife of the Itev Tullius 0. Tup- J)r. McKoberts aUmlnislereit au Sl'ICKS of all kinds at A. A. War but and pics; a new emetic and prevented serious conae- - DUr pastor of bt. Philip 8 LpiSCOpal row. . good hoK. some We carrv a full stock of everything found in a ren's. l,.i, heun proceeding i nuances. The young lady 18 evidently church. Atlanta, Nick lino of fresli candies at Farris A; iientally unbalanced, olsa she wouldn't in Leavenworth, Kas.. for a divorco and . ealh hand, and over $um 0r Jan. without Hardin's. for the lack of to recover SoO.OOO damages from a prom- Slo a crcdu W(u br given until m hand and want to leave this world Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract in the on th land, interot. ,n "nd a sears with intirest from date, and companionship of one poor inont married woman for alienatinB her SINK & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. Nkw stock of kid gloves just opened. the love w. I.. Kl EO. a 4 man, o& many aa there are in the world. husband'd allcctions. Severance & Son. utuusesmaw tt C WALTON, pMjaiiuuiumjiiLm HU.MttnaiK" w rwin f 1. a... wn w m-s- i- Jut '..iiirtrir tnui"IV Wll .1mm. WW-- -- S .i, ,ww- K- .1 - whisky Km.u Hays, mIM, fur MaywwiJ uleiiio, wm flnwl 120 be- - frf Jutlgf Varnon, ' Wednesday. r GLG jSL L m y ,7. f 7 Kit, J&L .3 ATH J&tJi mi of Finwt 0ndle Jutree.red t A. A. Warren's. A !. AT i nd THE t LOUISVILLE STORE 1 Ots-d- i 1 up our repiUafion of giving the people the best urdue for the least money, ire offer for this the following and only for this one gains. Bead ihe prices anxl they will ninhc you buy: (UbirooLjiuino, zoo yard, irortn. fur; ladies' Goat from 90c up. ,$; J fen's 1 - 't ' Jjress Simpson's. Indigo, and all fancy prints oc per yard; zc per yard, ivorlli zoo; JJress uooas, patterns. lid 8iocs Ujc; ladies' ik hd.' n CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION our i'limense stock of Boys', Youths' and. Men's Clothing. ter Suits from. SI up. Youths Suits from 82 up. Also Overcoats equally as cheap. Pants. AWA To C-IV'B- Mid-rMnw- n 1 door-keep- Boys' big line of poor-hous- e your purchases. s buys 20 worth of from, us one Fine Hocking Chair. It not necessary buy all these goods at an'd ihe same time. in and get your will Jicep account of each customer t Boughc at tlie 3iglist Market Pries at the Ejo-uisvill- o Storo. y. I'RBANSKV, Proprietor. GAKltlEX, 3Ianaj;crs. - ar;ii:AM)ii:r?(:k:(iY:ii!6 STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portabl26-horse g uni y 1 s TKE JA3IES fe.-er- Mary-Mil.- ', few-day- W !ljD McROB Supplies, TS Xuzmcllcy, tt Complete Line of School Books. School Newest Styles e mur-ilerer- FOR CASH I Fancy Stationery and Tadiets, Cr-jute- r, 1 - -- - and Purest While lead and Oils; Beady Mixnd Pa.r'rjs and real's Carriage Paints; Largest ;.d Line of u'j. Fob-Uh- -. ."-.- - I WaT,clies, Clocks MiU-RR- Farm for Sale 1 Ht-x- o a, P4 'alchrp. i- K & W. H. WEAREN, $1,000 Cash.. 1 (1 - 0""ti Cit. Stray Mtalo. - .... t-- . 11 -- I . 3aPiNrWfca X.R.JMLV . m ?i jacks and JENNETs";s:rftl,"lit'uyoth':rch',:'1 1 J 22d, I I ii;g a I I R 7ra w BOBT. FE1TSEL, Gov-inJto- n. mmmi rEii-oUiNiiLi- i e. i w&Mmmm i All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specially. .-.- - mi i "j v r ra ' ' Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, je 1 II IT 1 ear-ol- d jjyiba 0",, 1 YATl,lXi -3 s!i-- s ."fflj WOVEN "WraE A1TD SLAT FEITOX. ITXKST CIx JLSS JlYIXMBEB YARD. .j 1 mw 2 V l IKON'S li5P, ill - - -- - i ii i miTii,-iBip- ii y.uw-iiiinrBittga- I. Semi-Weekly T , - InteriorJournil Note AT THE HOG LORE. 1 C, H. & D. I . M bvtwa Lot OU Main StFCet frl Stanford uf h MirrcK. il inui vail i:w4uH-- i t'i,r,o R, fill Kiihmih llmndnr. islam1 of Mackinac and the Nnthern l.ak resorts Coi i ii i has 3Iy first, or starting pohit, in to get leave rmn resumrd fur the .ra. 'ii ThtMecMti 5fVS l'KE Y iQjVU, IX .A.D""" AJfOE 1 Cincinnati ever) oscninii exiefit Saturday, visas easy r k VLTON.SUBlord the kind of lug wanted into my lwnl, at loo'cloik, arming at Maikin at 6 so ta orWhen not o paid $a.50 "ll e charged.- then biwd it up by selecting a mvr to next eveningurkei. etc , addrf . an) C . It, V D For rates 1 fi i?n f.ire. a sasall 1 t MiCormick mtA ..j I'i suit my idea, which shuttM he one of jtnt or OCincinnati, (). iitnet.il psMengemisd U And K. i.. LOCAL TIME CARD. tit ket asrent, witn white pul In forahsMd aaJ horns hilr. furward I will satisfy anr medium length, with nhort, etntight lopn, pluhilisr Hk her Ma return or fnr Intorniation furmhcf me at Crab Train naves Rowland at ;oo.i. m., returning and stMiidiug firmly on lwr Bucklen's Arnica Salve SULTAN CHICKENS. Ar) Orchard r W P Walton, Stanford W. T .t 5'top. ra The ssHe in the world for cuts, bruiiet. pnewsvn. down uie bine aim go.nl uiilwi t sore., ulcers, salt rhtmni, fpser or. tetter, ehaf-se- d depth i sacrificed for breadth small, IIiwhImmihI'miry I'iivv Is 1 hut l.ouk L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. hand., chilblains, .atna and all skis, vruji In n Yard. clean head, dish face, thin ear, brottd tlonsand positivoly cursss pilsf, or BO pay reqsir I Matt train going North It 39 pin forehead and deep hams or, as it is d. It is irtiarinteed to irive nerfact latisUetlei'. l'MllHtat Vestibalesl Itaffet Ahwpars snd I' The Poultry World, from which tho South 34Pm ratunnau frice sc cents per Ki. man lluffet Chair Cam tw all Iraias thronii te sometimes spoken of fine wool sheep, or mI Erprcis train " South .1 jam below are taken, wiya of the R. Penny, SitaMtord, Ky. For Ckksie wHhout change. North ,.47-wool to the toenails. So the hog should Oh via the Mono and get the Hast for th. it tVocal FrelRht North ,659 m Sultans: it I'ttr tnfiirmauoa adelraas nwHey. be built, quarter- - low down. In selectIn the corporate limns o Rowland South. ..511pm Electric Ulttern The first of this breed was imported MARKER, (J. P. A.. Chi. ago The latter traintaUo carry passengers. l.S ing a cire, select one that has been driven 'I In. rvmeth u brcomlntr so well known and Ml W O CRUSH, I) P A. Lntutull' DA RSI'. Rowland. Ii The above it calculated on standard time Solar into England in 1851 from Turkey, but together with a uledge hummer ir as to need no from all popn!ucd lilecrrlc llllU--vpoclal mention All in ha same orijr of time it about 10 minute faster in tle not till some years afterward did they loints. or in other words, IF Vi)f ARK tlUINf, a low mid prsie A purer medictna diw. not exist and it is claimed hliuric short rather than Ionglody, heavy qunr guaranteed to do alt that of the l.iver ami Hitters will cure 1STOHTXX lers, witn ootli top and bottom liur-- t nevs, will removeall diseases Moils, Salt thrumKid Pimples, and ill good, hams and shoulders IkjUi well other affections eaitoetl In iinaut Hood mk preset t loaded with meat, good jowl, Iwtwecti ilnst asMalariaall front the s'rlem andI'm cure Malarial Fevers smnul humor the eyes aud ear. Such hogs almost in- Headache, Constipation and lndisreUn Irs hle SrAMoitt), K n satialaition gaursntieil it variably give some of thee points tn tru Hitters Kntlre Price in blood, per bottle nones n funded JOSKX'II COPPISY, their progeny. Hogs miied from the A It Penny's drug store 50c and ) catarrh, and described cits you will lt able to sell AWondor Worker. at any time you choose, if you give them his Motel, ranovatml art rclurttishrd, is Bow Mr good care, as they are easy keepers, do- ton, C Frank Huffman, a oung wan of Butlmsj ia my charsre and I mtetid in contluct te aa at t Louiaviiit; a NMviiii: n. n. , states thit ha had hea aadvr th car uf not nnly mntam h hish rcnsttMt.,, bsjf m add cile, quiet and quickly fattened. Ttiey two prominent ph)si.ans ad used their totuWnilm ot friend.. Special accasBnwda-renn- s until to st around. for lomstrrrial travlcra and Aae mons for will put on the most pound of meat pronouBwad he was not able Coa.umpttiin and Thoy his casts to k Is tlie line fr jou, sslts iheHlsnloy of samples. from the same iKmnds of food of auv He was irriadd te tn Dr KiBr's Nw Iiovery' hog we havo ever tried, and we have and at that r vCntuMptMst, Caught ami Colds First-Clas- s A Snloon The most wa aot aM to the tried nearly everything, from the "elm- - .treet without restl iv U fbaHdwalk astro, had And IIILLlAi: D before he and WO! HOOMS sltseh.d. Mkr , ;,ie con tic ti ns at economical, peeler" to the thoroughbred, but the used half or a dollar itle that ha was sauch bat jTf JOsLPH coirn ter; he continued to otit anal k toay aajuVtBtt hardest one we ever tried to manage wm gomi health If kava any ttttMat, lung or LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI speedy,-anMie of these double bat k action, gate chest trouMC tr u irtal MtUa lre at A. K ;r4-I r alt oinU tja rwifrz Penn) druR store 7, VJ S"S3 effective of all inter, nut crnclcer, apple grinder and -'- V.rnycy N&2k H RLLEY HOUSE, THRtf.H IIC Kris s)l KM) I UK' if M t J lS1 blood-purifier- s. lAt.l.Vl.K CHI I sodplow, all in one. F. U. RILEY, Proprietor, Care should be taken to see that they lor any inf'tmall n eti ure ' f PCLT.VN COCK. I A I ,KI are mated when yon want them, aud no't itr - London, Kentucky. I'fW U I INN, Ir v P-ISlUtSti.fr find their way to this country. These turned together at any time and trust to When IUby was fck, a- Aent wo gate her Castorli. will you. fowls might ierlians with propriety bo luck to have the pig. come when you JUfii " iv Kt Itwse avMrjd to my new Hotel and am bettei t clawed ns Polih, though when each want them, for luck is a hard mnster When he n as a Child, alio criexl for Castorla. When h leanie Mis, alio clung to Castorla. Good Lis try attached and every ion sentence de characteristic point is duly regarded unites you make him come to your terms tired. Gisc me a call. A. S. close or even approximate classification somewhat. The fcows should "be allowed AVhen slie had CLiPren, alio gave Uieui Caatorla. 77 FRANK RILEY. is set at defiance. SURGKOy DENTIST. Decided cosmopolites plenty of range, such as good clover nro the Sultans in the form of their at- pasture, until about two weeks before u rrmi Office on Main street, over W, I). McKobertt' sJ " c Drug Store, Stanford. tire, though in color they are of a pure farrowing, when it is best to shut them unstained white throughout. A com-pa- in a small pen, where they maybe kont nHnat'j"BSt7r- K. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. their crest surmounts their heads, while quiet; and have a good dry place, which throats are muflled by a full beard. is very essential to the success of the Peisnns are here'iy for'i.d len to fish in nit l.i.e, Is a C MIIE6 Two small spikes co2i.titute the comb. small pigs. Give a small quantity of jcit to mdidale lorofSheriff of Linrolp rounty, .l. mile. Watt of Was.net'mr, , under the pens'ties DENTIST. the hi. tun the Democrjtli party. ptMinhesi for such trespass The neck and saddle hackle is long and fine dry straw for bedding, but little J VMKs McWHORTKk, Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, 'Wfr. corn the first week, after which von mav upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas gum for painless flowing, being greatly develowd. Vofmtt. K) DR. Y. B. extracting. I iieir short legs are heavily feathered give her a liberal supply, but see to it v ilk vnMKa;? u KENTUCKY. STANFORD, and booted, and hocks vultured to an ex that she has plenty of good rich slops, mMftiPLi WwXmidA! V'rtiW,Ui tent quite deserving the title of "wing- such as bran, shorts or milk. OtSce THE SHELTON HOUSE, ed." Dorkinglike, they possess a fifth Yon may wean the pigs at from C to seated South tide K HutTiuan, in office recently Main street, I e tlie ortstt t Sy Dr. L toe; the tail is full mid erect, in the 8 weeks old if you will give them plenty Sunford, Ky cock being well sickled; in general form of the kind of food described. Never D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor. n We will deliver uc each Making dimti be at ltl tr in Centra, I iiond they are square and full. Combining feed a pig very heavily on com lwfore M. CRAIG, for - with their grotesque beauty a brisk and he is 0 months old. We prefer clover or Undergo Poundi; 1 cents, over 5t. Louis. Mnhi.,ii l. ihts. Chicago Hi Homeopathic Phyololau, Ielt.nt, ClevaUnd, reasonable rates. happy temperament, they are nn object rye pasture, witn good rich slops and a flila. accommodation at 50 and under 100 1 cent, over indtanapoll. aad the West. Open day and night. Sample room and goodliury of admiration with all. While the ornasmall qnautity of corn. You will thus STANFORD, - KENTUCM Nesv Kngland. Canada, 100,ts oia cent. in connection mental is their chief recommendation get good bone and muscle, after which 1 n; itoi n m.Sto they still lay modest claims to useful- you may put on the extra fat. As to the Othee Hours 10 M. F. ELK IN & CO., Washington,time to lltrrud.bi.rg, Frankfort Raltintme. I'luladelfhia, ness but only so as layers, their size time of breeding, each must settle that 9P " e on Lancaster street, oppoMtc court h Orh QaKkeit K not being sufficient for table fowls. Sul for himself. We prefer to have pitcs Richmond, it )f IRl.lMA Shortest ti JuK kett line to Ky. I will give theabove reward for the arrest and tans thrive well in n limited degree of farrowed in March ami September. The conviction of the thief or thieves who broke open confinement, while owing to their docil- March pigs will start right off. as there and robbed tny store at Ron land on the nijjlit of ity they will doubtless as pets become is not likely to bo any more cold weather, Solid Trains, haggagt cats, smoking rsrs aad Sept. a. 'Hie goods that can miss at present are I'ullman lio.id.nr Manners through with, as follows.' suit of clothe, a blue Haul suit a rivals to the little bantam and they will Ik ready for market by outihaeg vuChattan oga, llirmingham, Mertd coat, brown Plaid; a coats, black, small I'laid; January or February. If you take good I offer far sale ray farm tv. o miles North of Stanun Bta.ing direct onuenln,s wi route I r Knus. blue Plaid 4 or j pairs of pants all same price 2 ford, Und, a good tide, AthetilU, LrnihLurgaii.1 black shirts, 6 white shirts, 6 black neckties, a care of your September pigs they will le house centaittia 35 atre ol s;ood outbuildings, a hiiis in the sstth 1 room., all aecastury Jilaelc straw hats. 1 ifcntV. watch chains good ready for market by the. 1st of June, if large ham, good cittern at the door, plenty run chains, t lad)'s watJi chain, do., this chain is short, with a charm in the form of book. t cold they run after cnttle. ou can keep liingua cr, about joo stioct fruit trees and al' At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, WimiLf Address ISAAC HA.MIL ION ringer rings, all sues them on pasture the next summer and kinds of small fruit r. McltOllKKTS, Malur.l I n, (. Rowland, Ky, iriestt. Augusta, Mamn, tts.nnah, 04 a res rosttl) of Staafonl, , Hfins.uL, Lake Cii) I hoiuatt illt s.id r l.OKl put them in a small pen with a trood Alio 4s acre milts MIllB tu il, in cultitatton, halance in good 'imbar a" Hour about the 1st of September for two house aaU good orchard and plant) net er failing r i I '" lonnmif soli I trains with 3 WmjHfmWIA iXt(h' ,P ln"1")l1""'1"''" l'Isi lcping Cars toehouk Co. R i'mtn months, ami have fine hogs at 12 or 13 water. (. I M 41 !,' 3irS?T Ta7X ilMil AtLli'M V wv," wi"s. slia.. lor aay Jas. of la lR ii. 1 JaVTT?' JJK7S S IX lAH grs.irhiK,i months old with two months' feeding; 'I OK STANFORD, KY., tl' vWr'lkWiit . "" nA and Munigonterj, Huatstille. Desti.r. NOTICE TO TUB. or, by crowding when taken from the ' ' . .Hants "f Memphis and AKKANsAS Se.i M, cattle, in considerable less time. f "." rtKl I Is now fully organized and ready for business with 1 ML TtflTY V" iis'V A IA s.ior'-- .t anil hoi Vest tu Aantston Publlonod Every Tueadny and Fr day hp frniri tlio ICxi-i1iih- thrrtuifh klrfrnitta r&r flrvtae I) nU Mtchiean Central Ki!iMuU Through Oar to Atncklmuv. FQFw is, t" ! S-AX- E I' T"" " -- lSlWiSMS1lSlSSStl - lrr ,, Inn I". om 1 1 1 I ... SO-- lin-mUI-i. ft, - bt lt 1 v. .For Sal Twenty Huiltlinr: iota SsJ I .1 hr r FOR SCROFULA scrofulous tho ulcers, consumption, use V PORTMAN HOUSE, , 'WEST, 1 fry Pro'r. I mm 1 trest-me- Ayer's Sarsaparilla safe, d incu-rasl- e. 1 Double llnlly Trains 'st. . Has Cured Others cure PRICE, l " mg -- THE IS V ct A "WAKITIITa. Owkim set 1 'T5sir ill! m A HI at JSSV It. GENTRY 94;'tVrLSZ&YAV fi-o- PENKr, m msm yv 1ctl "s t aSBBBBBBBBBBBBSJarSBS. nff Dentist. ICE, ICE J-ir Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. DR JOHN arATA, s loi New York, Huston, $200 BEWAED. 1 1 Stanford, Small Farm For Sale. NjBW M?OiJA?sI, 1 C 1. 4 1 Farmers Bank&Trnst - ' l' b I I .N witl.mii omnibus transfer fur OsJtettciB The Apache Indians' religious belief II tt 'Ii, Austin. prevents thuin from comniitting murdet Surplus, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. iu the dark. K a dozen A pitches should I hjvs; ofwiied ia lonnecttr.ii witt. my Hitl Th niy thiougH liae to Jackson ar.U kt'.rg discover a mnn sleeping by his camp ns LINCOLN NATIONAL wiiiio it o nnil.ut transfer r Oali.s J rt .SUCCESSOR, to THE t Oh Are at tuVlit, no amount of money would Aushn San Anions, . Ias ana in.n.tun DANK OK S1ANFORD, i hire them to attack him until the sun TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFOnNIA. (Now closing up) with the same assets and under For thruugh rjin crrr. t .unly m i;.i a, a u the same management fame up. They believe if they kill a inf irina'. n.mlon Amt at luiitnon ( ny Jv Hy provision, of its chaiter, expositors are as1 man at night thoiro.vn soul will walk First-Clas- s orald'ess rKN,K fully pretexted as aie depositors m National fltv I'ass Agt , l etui.to,, Kt Sank, its shareholders being held individually in durknem forever. Kiiouin I) , U)WARI)S Mil I IK luble to the extent of the amount of their sloe of), r the tervice Hr.T. it to the publu HjiIi ir remnve n y Ka er Snon t tiie Cim this curious superstition, hunters, scouts, And vehicles and fresh ofblooded horses make in) liatli Mtiijr U T A T A therein at the par value theieot, in addition to the SfLTAN HEN. new shares. It may actat t mi rill, ft amouut invested in such on, miniate la menial Hotel I am pr' ned 11 executor, adniim.tr.itor, trustee, A'c, as fully as Poultry has a minion other than prac- trappers and others traveling through stable compare wah as anything Hi.h an individual CliihlKii in Country. diesaswei tu.e.keiulemcn Inalsu Kail' they maj. m) mi I tical to ivrform in the world. Aside the Apache nation, unve about duriui! The To those who entrusted their buismest to ut sft We JhSSE TllOMI'sCV, Oise me a call. mnagititf the Lincoln National Hank of from the pleasure derived from breeding the night anil lav by in souifsafe retreat while InCxtniaerrist ILtel. P W. C.RKKN. Proprietor Stanford, we v. e here tender our many thanks and and exhibiting line fowls, there AL UUKN't. Manager aremtmy during the day. St. Louis Hepublic. trust they will continue to transict their business homes "HL.tri.; cfitAH.s uou'J'jc." throughout tho land that would with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten1. tion to same, our twenty years experience in be the happier and moro cheerfnl if but California's production of quicksilver Tho ShortOHt and Qulokost Itouto from hanking and a. liberal accommodations as are a few beautiful fowK as pets oruament for 1.SV) was '20, 101 ContrnI Kuutuoley to nil points North ! I Ii equaling 2,with sound banking. ed the yard or lawn. Especially to tho 024, U0 pounds. This State has 11 pro Hiibt. Wont and South-WoNevp- rt Nets s A ti alley Co K I). Fnr directors: Llnobotwoon Lexington, and Olncln- b lid Vestil ulid I rains to joungare Mien iet3 valuable, teaching dilutive mines of this commodity, which TO TAX PAYKItt (JF LINCOI N COI N J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; I am prepared t ioHsh-TV you tases for la.i them lemons of moderation and kindtrs I KI1 II J. M Hall, Stanford; THROl OHTRAJNnCINCINNAII TO MU) to solleil lor i ness to the brute creation and caring for necessitates the employment of :(i fur- C' baseprepared t taxpay all alone tln.e distnUs "dSninglOH, MOWsUICipn I lipe me J.S. Ow.lay, Stanford; BaltitTlOrO. York. and J El I It. naces, which, together with the initios, that etery first to settle try to bo their charge, feeding, collecting eggs, S.J. Einbry, Staufird;i with me or one of my SCHLDULK IN KF1 ECT MAY i sir Richard M All point. Last and Southern etc., imposes upon them n pleasant duty furnish work for 037 hands. A llask of Newland, Samuel .ivi J. E Ljnn, Stanford; Menefee Only one night out Irom l.csmcton. A W. Carpenter, MIUdgeviMe; No I. and unconsciously a responsibility. As quicksilver is produced at a cost of No. j J. N MF.S'KIF.E, t Corrected 'lime Card in F.ffeil Ma, 18, iSji. blierlff of Lincoln Ce. J. K Baughman, Huttonvllle; we constantly urge money value "is not SuX'U. The world's production of this Sun. Dally I x S n J F. Cash, Stanford ; highest value. the article during tlie past decade is l,0'J.'!,(ill 8 10 am Impm Lte Cincinnati William Goech, Stanford, Ky. 3CtiHt Jlotmtl. t.ve Covington.. 818 am S ol p in 3 06 p m flasks, the L'nitetl states priiduciui; more a H0ME0FA7HIC S.H. Shanks, President put I'a.t Mail leaves Letington daily at 7 jc am, Lve Falmouth..... 9 45 a in 916pm 6 Hips. of this amount titan niny otheroue coun15 Paris 10 p ra in ia j p m J H. Owsley, Cashier inchtwterS ai. Sit bier SJ. Olive Hill 10 40 Arr Lexington ij ia p 10 11 w p in 7 u m Arr Ashland ii Is I'm, Catlattsbnrg u l, arriving at For the benefit of the wool growers try on the tilobe. W. M. Wright, Teller I.ve Pails.. liuniinguiii 13. pm 5 am 131 ra .J. H. Haurfhinan. General Hook Keeper, who are interested in preparing their Ltmltcsl Knpioss luates Isington daily at 6 fi , p ,n Arr Winchester. ia 10 p in Cures cuts, own dip we publish the formulas for The total height of the tower to be corns, bunions, bruises, old sore's, skin diseases, pin, Winchester 7 oo.Mt Sterling 7 ,10, Olise Hi15 Arr Richmond... p m 7 )v p at ... II piles, fistula, scratches, haltc li P m Lancaster45 making six of the leading preparations: built at Chicago, itoui the bottom of the burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it hat ii oj, AshlaiHl at1011jo Catlettsburg 10 41, arriving at Arr Stanford. -... pm Arr 07 pm been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and Huntington Australian Dip 100 pounds of flower of foundations to the top of the ilagstafl', its propensity for removing soreness is remarkaAccommodation, daily, furpt Sunday, leaves Lve Richmond i$ p m NATIONAL BANK sulphur, 50 iKJumls of quicklime and 100 ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and Lexington at 5 4; pm, un hralcr 7 10, Mt. SterArr Livington. i is p in will be 1,1.0 feet, which te 150 feet high will appear in this space at a later date. Made ling 7 4s, nrriving at Olive Hill at 10 pm Lve Middletboro 7 35 P m gallons of water. Mix and stir, while OF STANFORD, KY Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leaves er than the height of Eiil'el tower. The and sold by Lexington nt 11 .oam, Winchester it to pm, Mt boiling, for ten minutes, until tho mixHIGCINS, Stanford, Ky. J No. 4, No. a. Sterling ot; pin Hail) leave Olive Hill 6 41 am' No 6 ture assumes a bright red color, then add height from the surface of the ground Ashland I 45 '"". Cailettslmig yo.i, arrlvcss Hunt f will be 1,120 Stock three gallons of water. Ut-- tho dip to the top of the ingion y 25am. Lve Middletboro oj am Lve Livingston 11 15 am of and from t Tlottml. a " iuo iiegs. 16,500 iiemeu toof two lfahr. twice, at nn feetthe focal the surfacethe the grou ml Surplus.- -Fait Mail leaves Hulitlnglon dally at lioo am, Arr Richmond... a 46 a m - w? iriterval to plane of weeks. Texas Dip j!0 Catlettsburg 6 as, Ashland 0 37. Ollte Hill I Jo. Mt Lve SUnford ,. o a m 7 the fact pounds Now is the time to lay in 5 our fuel for the Win- Sterling 1027, inchesler 11 of tobacco, 7 pounds of sulphur, which crowns the structure will be 1,070 Attention of the puMu is invited to Stanford Lve Lancaster 7 50 a tn oj und arrises Hank ter at cheup rates. Send $45 to the the Arr Richmond. at 11 0 pin that this is pros only National National in Hank Act. Jl pounds of concentrated lye, dissolved 10 15 a m islous of the feet. Under the Limited Kxpn.11 leaies Huntingtun dailv at Richmond,.. by the capital m 6 46 a m' depositors are secured not only habihtv lor an in 100 gallons of water Ashland Olive Laurel County. Coal Association pm, Catlettisburg 14, Wuicliosltr 50, and Hill Lve Winchester. ia 40 p tn 6 05 a in Arr u... i... ,1- ,- .i,.rVI,nl,liT 5S Kansas Dip 301, Mt. Meiling arrives Arr Paris 4 3! Sulphur, 22 pounds; depositors of Une of J'rincu Albert's wedding gifts 33 P m 7 45 a m amoantenual to the stowk.so athat at I.exIngUii at 5 jo pm At Pittsburgh, Ky . and order a Five Hundred oim,iw a 00 p m 7 00 a in AccoiiutKidalion, ilally eaept Sunday, leaves Lve Lexiugton this Institution are secureu by mnu of the bank lime, 7 iwunds; water, 100 gallons. Cur- to his bride attracted much attention, (joo) Hutliclcar of their best lump coal on track 1 45 p m I.ve Vive sworn statements of thecondition tice's 45 P m 7 53 a in 15. Winchester Lve Pans should at mines far present deliver). his tobacco and 15 P ni Falmouth . each year to the Lulled States Ii coiiMsled of an entire railroad tram of cost you a fraction oter qHc on track comIStanford Olive Hill 4 am atMt. Sterling 86 05 urn. Lexington at 4 10 p m 9 7 15 and arrives a m 5 at examined at stated times form the best combination known U p in its assets are Acco.t.ii odatlon daily leaves Huntington at 6 33 Arr Covington. . 5 40 p m ' a mi 037 p m Arr Cincinnati government agents, thus securing additional for the treatment of scab. To nwrv bieeping cars, boudoir, saloon aud dining in car load lots 5 50 p m 10 sj a ml f pm, Catlettsburg 657, Ashland 7 in and arrives at br perfect safety to depositors 45 p u iMinuay leaves Mt and A (. Latiliam Ulue Hill is 55 pm. i;vcept n nn 100 gallons of water them niimii.i im cats, eight carriages in all, gorgeously John II. Cattleman. established ThiiWititulion. orieinatly i858 then as the iirancn, Sterling at 20 pm, Winchester 55 und arrives a .; .kxf. i, .. . .Vo io. eaves Paris at in of appointed in overy detail. Indeed, u is used JM pounds of good Deposit Hank Lexington at 7 pm tobacco 6$ aa the National Dank of Stanford as the First National llank of (if htems or other inferior parts are used regarded us the finest private or royal Limited Vestibuled Kx press runs daily and fas azain I'ullman Vestibuled Iluffst Sleepers between LouSianlord in iS8, has had practically an supplied there should bo more), and 10 pounds of railroad train in tho world. '5 btttcr isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and L'aiPariiVtTo'VmT!'6 a',ra'" "J existence of is year. It isbusiness prompt flower of sulphur. This ar Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the daily except Sundat. preparation, 7ior uith lacilities for transactinif A curious and discreditable repoit celebrated "vitid liberally than ever before in its long and used at a temperatiueof 120 degs. Fahr., , ,U""" txct "owland i.yonnrble career Accounts of corporations, vviiicli isdnilj except Sunday, V. and individual, respectfully solic- - will kill all mites, ticks and lice, and comes from Birmingham, Conn,, Unit toC.ncinuat, No. ', Ta ;ft,.y,rm U" Fast of Huntington on the C. A O. Route leave the wool in a clean condition. Has "not a white child has been born 111 the tCtla last Mail trains run dally except Sunday beto bo applied n second time in ten to White Hills school district iu nine years, Directory of this Hank is composed ol crPl the The tween I exmgioii and Huntington, Make direct Stanford; No 3 daily except Sunday. .Mly eAcept bunda fourteen da s. connection at Huntington with C ,V () ; at Ash iTT. , Foster, of land wnh S. V. R j at Winchester with K C R ' Forestus Reid, Lincoln county j Law's Dip Take 10 iwunds tobacco, a and the youngest child attending school 0 'H?"1' and hH'n Cincinnat i aud Lexinstnn U nnith and south bound, and at Lexington with No 4j Lexington W. II ayden, Stanford ; pints of oil of tar, 20 pouuds soda ash, 4 is nine years old. The population is J. iy. i.eavis Lvuiiton 10.00 a ccommodatioii ilai- I. & N , I, S and C ,N. O. .V T. P. Riiilroads. in. Arrives Paris Lincoln,:;00 persons, and eoou the schools Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily IO it I Id S H. Hauglmian, pounds soft soap, 58 gallons of water. about i nt AeA inchesler M. - Sillier, ui v,..w", B A1113EE & C ASTLEM AN exceptK Sunday. ConnectsLeaingtor. with Lto ,Vand No t Kaltnntiii1!Arrives Fa moulh 7ileaves . will have to be ab.m loned." """'""''"""" The tobacco should bo steened. iiftt-r- . C points and at from N 05 ' ni a"y . T. Harris, l.tncoitii A except Sunday, R R. for Louisville. ward the other ingredients should bo I, S. Hocker Stanfard; No 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a Lexington und Mt Sterling Accommodation MANAC.IiRS, The fact that Kussell Harrison cau in. Arrives Cm. added ut 70 degs. Fahr. Zuntlel's Dip runs daily except Sunday, and makes direct con. cinnati 7 J5 am daily except Sunday G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; from Mlddlesl.ir-ougNo. and Winchester to 'i pounds tobacco, infuse in CO irallons get a government cutter whenever ho T P. Hill, Stanford: Commerce Building-- , Louisville. tiection Richmond, and andLexington with L. S points 2on the6mako connections at EWinchester lor at and N. N. M V. R'r, N" I) of water; dissolve in it 8 ioiiutls toda, wants it shows that he does cut-te- r W O. Weigh, Sunford. conIty. for Louisville. MMtOii,i"mcVhr0V'i.h Ci'iictnnatito Agents throughout the South. "". 'romGap and l in. P. Tate, Stanford add l pounds freshly burned or slacked siderable figure with the administration. For full information in regard to rates, routes, Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines trmediate stations and runs daily. ; OFFICERS" lime. Dilute 8 pounds sort soap with a 'h F.. HUNTINOTON, C L 1IROWN, The latest novelty in agricultural hot tobacco broth, udd it to the rest, C, S. Hocker, President; C. P A , V P. nnd (i M . Trafbc Manager. Gen then add 4 pouuds crude carbolic ucid. imports into Kngluud is a consignment "W. A. TRIBBLE, Local lolm J M'UI,:"" Lexington, Ky Oenrialnirir. T..i,i..iii- - Pass, Agt, i.. .' A Mc Kinney Am tapt Cashier Mix. This quantity is aiiffident W S HARRISON. C. W.IIARNRY. A. STAN IO (ID. KY, S. F 11. MORSE. Gen'l Pa.s'V-- i .V.. for 100 of watermelons from C'uicinuttti. Paid up Capital of .-- 5200,000. 15,000.' TRAVELING PUBLIC.' 1 r . MYERS Best Prmwm MszfWJin wx,i 111 iKrrrrW3SSEi7 ' 2LIJ ' tmfc K f lJH I passe-A-J- ' Hi. I r nn nans ia, made at M.N. tiR, . 1 1 ' Livery Stable, tho UK)r, 11 Kentucky Central R.R. ut llas-cs- , - TA.2CBS 1 TA2SES i OLD KY. "ROUTE - nt j ' ' South-Houn- .Sin-o- Elm U . '' 11 3pra 4i 5; 1 FIRST 1 tu o6--ir 11 1 North-Houn- d. Capital 3200,000 I flnn'-staf- e light-hous- e .Farmers, .Attention m I.ex-lu- gt . J 1 . 1 4 j, 1 1 Dip-Prob- Botern-lenta- nd ably Mil-ph- ur 1 4 . 1 1 111 umtiter-rjapt- ed ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 43. hdu-ciam- s, Insurance Company, F. F. Divts-ion- KlandX.?.. "?' - J- . uinciu-natisiop- m .11 h A-- Aoat, JS-- iy BUVt. J.45JU UUU i'UlUi. M , Lexlngtuii, Ky T P. A , Ashland, Ky I Olfice Chamber of Comiuerca lluildiDg.cincinnat.