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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891092201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Interesting Letter From Texas w inc ruimi ibhiiwi j ..---.. 1 Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1891. CHURCH AFFAIRS. , NO. 53 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ft N Allerlon is again King of the trotcation of Iowa ting stallions. At Independence, Iowa, ve,! U','t.U,s j"11"8,1 n" "1":a"rcB he lowered the record Saturday to '':00l ook,,,K '0 rHPrtl f Mcltohortsi Briscoe Bold to W. II. ,,,,,l1,,,rrV , . , . hogs at 5 cent, Prewitt 50 lue ..u.u.r, on .Sunday. and to Moreland k Lee 103 sheep for The Loubville Conference acquitted 50..C. M. or. I presiding elder of the ' l'w Lewis and W. M. Dud.lerar sold to district, of conduct unbecoiu James Dnlton acres of land near inn a minister, that of borrowing money at? 15. It is unimproved, 'but quite and not leturiiing it. fertile. Be v. Harvey (JlaHs is conducting a Price Bros. Fold to Thus. K. Woo s, meeting of wonderful interest at Burn-id- of tooylc, on Tuesday, head of short Pulaski county. Up to the morn-itiper 100 cattle, 01011)9., at of the lt)th there had been over 40 lbs. Lancaster Record. professions of faith uud Home 10 had John Holmes sold to Cowan iv Catjoined the Presbyterian chinch. Uncle ron, of Somerset, an extra bunch of Joe Hoppur is assisting Dr. Glass. butcher cattle at '2 cents, and to D. X. Kev. Hen Helm's sermon on "Scrip- Prewitt 1! fat cattle at l'. cents. tural H.iptibin from a Bible Standpoint" A big crowd attended the Danville is out in iKimphlet for;u and makes 70 court yesterday, but verv little business pages. It is said that Kev. Mark Coliis was done. A lot of Washwill print ids answer siiong with Mr. ington cattle were withdrawn at I1.97L Helm's bermoii and send it out under There is a peaclt tree near Jeflerson plant is $126,000. the same cover with it. In other words City, Mo., the fruit of which one man The electric lights will bo turned on, will let those who wish, take the tliisi week. Fifty-nin- e arc lights, each he has bought for '20 years, and during that "poison," as lie thinks, and then adminof I'.OOO candle power, will be usmI, and time paid ?S00 to the ownerof the tree. ister the antidote. others added when required. Dudley Tribhle sold last Saturday to Hev. 1. O. Spencer has been concompany will ex-- j OurHtreet railway Sheriir J. W. Bales 7s 1,500 lb. cattle for change the mule for the electric motive ducting the meetiii! at the Presbyterian export nt 5 cents. At Col. Irvine's sale chinch since our and has cieated a power in the near future. hogs brought." 02 to 1.11, and a lot of ino-,f ivorable impre.sMon. His sermons New corn in Huliiim at 10 cent per ' fat cattle 4 UL Richmond Register. and cotton from S, to yj are strong and impassioned arguments bushel The latest estimates of the wheat pound. The yntkl of cotton ' to sinners to flee from the error of their cents crop put it at fully 000,000,000 bushels, IV. ' appeal more to the mind tlun which is nearly 00,000,000 bushels in will not be as meat as expcted. Well, Mr. Kditor, I have reached an to the passons Services will continue ,l : ' ''""'y. excess of the largest previous yield, importHtil epoch in life's journey Biiee lnl which was that of ISM, 512,705,000 bus h Tlie 70th mile, Communion services will probably be my last article, els. 'x- - hundny. post -t- hree score and 10. It is a flttinsc C. T. Mason,, a farmer of Christian t"lk befoie the IuUville Con tnke a retrosjec, Htntion from which to fere nee, now in session at Cadir. Ilisuop county, planted six acres of cotton this tive and a prospective view of our envi season which will yield of ronments. When we take a view of the Wilson threw a thunderbolt iiiiioiik the a bale to the acre. If it is not injured n on holineM by advisinit the past we llnd that the world has almost by frost lie will plant 100 acres next re created within the present cen ididatua uiinst two evils in the church year, and many others will also plant. tnrv. There is no parallel for it in all of to day. One was that of profefsinj; John Hays, of Rockcastle, was here theliistorv of the world. When Hob, " steond peculiar blesini: of urace above Sunday ami gave us the following list the general chinch, the other the ert Fulton started Irom New York to of piircliasft: Of Win. Gooch, '.) head Aur. 7, 1S07, it was not believ- - i.de crabbiiiK by preachers for church of fat heifers at $14; of Perry iiuiimau, el the trip would be completf-d- , when niemberu who have money and uo re a lot of butcher stull at 2 cents, and of :")'!i . , a rate of the journey was safely made at --. riven ae the history of the S. T. Dudderar, 0 head of 5 miles an hour. Twenty years later Oo.it now on exhibition at lreves. cattle at .' cents. the ImildhiK of rilroods i4.inmeiiml. George Jones bought .55 head of catA Ifi.r . IWWI ...... ' ... ..... 4.. ",VV ttilli.a.. fit llflPk'.. llfl.l ll(lfl Ifllll., cin Mary herself, and woven into a ray tle the past week at 2 to 2c. He bought there were tlios who held that it was coat by St. Helena. It came into the 70 head of sheep at 2fc, and sold 25 onl adapted to certain kinds of tern hands of a Jew boon after the crucifix- ewutf to Geo. FiUpatrickat 3jc, and 20 lien tnry and cerbnii kimJs ol tnunc ion, wbu threw it into the sea because head of wethers and lambs nt V,c. He n hue ucroMt the eontiiiHiit was sua;est tiie blood status would not wash out. also bought 2 mule colts at $50 each. It was ed Senator IJenton deflated A whale swallowml it. The whalu was Somcrhut Reporter. to run a timn un tht prtweiit caught W. II. Prewitt bought of Brute by a fisherman and the gray route of the Union Pacific road becuuae lmJJi t -- ; fi lltijl III ttii tkll . It nui.i amuft .i.l.l Thompson LI w ethers, 10S 11)3. aver " of the tntervoniti-- - mountain mniew and age, at tfj. J. C. Johnson sold to Berry In whlrh "1'ii iu uiimiui'i, p'jii ui i.yui'i, a iiiricuan the iorj:et between them. kint; of Treves. Orendel deposited it in a lot of hogs at 4.10. K. W. feet of enow smilel deri4vly In the a stone cotliu. lJiiii disciverod it be-- Le sold to Toms V Powell 105 extra face of the July sun." came a ascred relic and has since lieen ewes at $105 a head. T. A. Bradley There are many persons liviun in and sold to J. C. Johnson kept at the cathedral of Treves. Southdowus at around the uood old town of Stanford $10. Corn at Vandyke's sale brought wtio ..in remember when there were no MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. $1.0S in the heap. Advocate. railriwd", no steamships, no Street cars, There was never n fuller harvest lieutenant-governor- , Our handsome no pnotoiirapha, no telegraph win, no M. C. Alford, is shortly to marry Mies ami harvest mnnn than those that fsr htetlorirold pens; when tlire was no mors and loers are enjoying jiiit now. reaping machine, no sewim; tnueiilnes, H'Uiim Uassett, of LexiiiKton. Mr. and Mm. (icorje Clouser cele-an- il The immensity of the corn crop causes nohtiMin ptintitiK ptev. The niowurSj The tele brated tiie 07th anniversary of their the lunar man to till up early each night reipers came in morning. Astiie rnph n few years Inter and the bewinir marriage at Mausflehl, III, where over and never go home till gills say, it's naughty, but it's nice. 1.000 of their relatives ussemble!. iiMihiiie in 1SIU. The teleplione and Win L. Siiiglelon, of Lincoln conn Louisville Times. the ii'idiphoiie ami the marvelous appli Bro. Gralz. of the Lexington Gaso recent that we ty, and Miss Mary K. Sint;letou, at the nuies of electricity are zette, is moved to ay : This year of are forbidden to believe or think that residence of Thomas Singleton, wero of jubilee for fanners. the limit of scientific inquiry has been nnrried on the Uith. Somerset Reporter, 1S01 is tlie year good and so are prices. Crops of all kinds "1 'a currently reported that a Uin reached. wed a hand- - Corn will avenue 10 barrels to the acre, ' eihter widower will boon Thetiiuinphsof the past have ennliled is so Dick Redd says, and the current price us to believe that the "dilllcult thing is a )ine Stanford lady, who at an i'lipussihle thing ;" a.vuy from home teaching school. Fur- - is $2 per barrel for new. Wheat avernot necessarily ages 20 bushels to the aero and is curnnd that "it is easier for us to IHievu in tlier particulars later on. Pat Sullivan, who killed Frank rent at 05 cents. Oats a fair icrop ami the navigation of the air tlun it was for of Policeman V. are Belling at $12 a ton. Clover seed our forafnthurft to believe in the steam Armstrong, U. Watson, of this place, at Lexington, will average four bushels to the acre and boat and the railroad." is big I Viowing the eubject from the same Nov. '2, 1880, for which lie was given 10 is soiling at $ per bushel. This on the cost of the laud. standpoint but vuryiug tho scene, wo years in the penitentiary, eloped to Ohio interest itself $10 per acre on the llnd that in early life we have aspira- last week with Miss Mary Armstrong, a This after getting sister of the dead man, uud they were same land. Potatoes will average 200 tions, ambitions, projects; these engage are selling at 50 our early manhood and middle ago ; but married. Sullivan is out of piisou on bushels to the acre and was slim crop a seed parole, but it is as good as a pirdon so ceuts. later on they uro one by one eliminated realized or be- long us he behaves himself. The two but is selling at 00 cts. to St per bushel. from tho mind as they are many come impracticable, and are no longer were lovers before the tragedy, which Vegetables are so abuudant that farmers are actually giving them away. factors in the solution of the great prob- grew out of politics, and notwithstandlem of life. And "hope, that anchor of ing her lover killed her brother, her de- "Glorv to God." the soul, sine and steadfast, reaching to votion to bun wa3 never permitted to The Hustouvillo correspondent to the that within tho vail," buoys us up and w'uue, ami friends of both say that Miss I.VTKUionJoi'HVAL tellsu goodjoke on encourages us to "run with patience the Armstrong more than any one else was the people of Liucoln county who voted race that is Bet before us," ever look- instrumental in securing Sullivan's re- against tlie new constitution. Ho says ing unto Jesus the author and finisher lease. the iNTKiuoit Jouits'Ai. told thont that 1) M. Hocks... of our faith. Among the attractions at tho Charity "nobody but fools and niggers were in Imposition, to be held at Lexington, to- favor of that crazy quilt concern," and William Puckett, who murdered a morrow nnd liext day wi'l be the fox, they just believed it and did not find out man by the name of Hull about u year deer and wolf chases. Gen. Wude to the contrary until after tho election. ago in lit ill county, was tried In the Hampton will bring with him his pack Soineiset Republican. E6till circuit court last week und was of 51 hounds. The chase will occur on Tlie citizens of Lincolu, who voted convicted and sentenced to ho hung. tho fair grounds, the track having been against the crazy quilt concern have One of Puckett'fl son was tried for the fenced with wire to tho height of nine been fully vindicated. They wero unaauio otrensu and was sentenced to the feet. The fence is to keep in the wild willing to take such a thing for a constipenitential)' for life. Still another son r.nimalo, tho deer and wolves being tution as was oll'ered them and their opIn connection is yet to be tried for participating in the brought from Texas. that of others caused the with this exposition will no a dog show, position with same crime. Richmond Register. which there are 4 00 entries, includ- convention to adopt many of tho changill ing some of the Highest pedu.'reed and es they demanded and the result is a Grasslands. valuable animals in the Mate. Half passably decent constitution. But for Sir SI. I.. Hare, ol lnlUiu(xill, oniier of llie most fun on the railroads. above larm, wrilo: "I hve tried nil llie itlflur-ethe opposition which pointed out tho reinoiltei uJvertiifd Wr rcmovii k curlu, tnllnti and buncli. I feel ile In Iinline that crudities aud mistakes, they never would The mercury went up to 1:02 at St. nve ovrr (JulunU Ointment It by f.ir tlie bet I'aulSntuulay. have been corrected. used." being erected, I will mention B few The Clover Club, composed of about 7:. member gentlemen of mean,, are about completing a very beautiful club house on out h Main Street. The walls are of fit. Louis pressed brick with native stone lrimi..ltn.ii 'PI... trt.i.u. i.ml ttinf till. proved m,thod of liuhtliiic and bentjnp! the building will bu used. The Cumberland Presbyterians are' building a commodious ami elegant church lioitHi on the comer of Houston and KuskStieeta, of the H.une cliaracter of material as that need in the club1 Iioum. It will have a smiting capacity! of l,"U0tollKX). are The Old School Presbyterian erecting n splendid house of worship on the corner of Kiufnuu and Travis Sis. of brick ami native Htoue. The immense Cotton Seed Oil Mills,, at the foot of South Main and Wall .St., is now in operation. The cost of the j i a- A SIMWr" ' I'aihb, Sent. 17.U niav not be until- -' " til II It "i- - tit tint rolt mivt uwuwn." lilt 111081 mt" " Wiiuil.il tfr..Rtinu tn miiriv r.rtilirs of VOIir -- e M'cjilwii Methodist Conference excellent Jouknai. to have a few itmn ,'a ,t'iltt, '" from our good city of I'ariH, among which , Mi.lt o.i,Hitw lay ,lelenteH. healty growth W. J. Ward ami wife have iw.i.. ...!.....: i .i,,..i,m.r It,- i.iiitri! ', iiiaiiiniiivM he moved to Somerset, where llie Baptist limits. Many elegant residence are church has engaged his entire time. iug erected tinil all mechanics llnd em o- iiiniui aKtr,iiieoiie .Mem- ,.u .... n... i.,t ,.rr,..p in tli.. " jotliat mluifter in the Stale, and for GO decorator' ' ' h laborer I., the fleld, died on the that Amongtl.e,ubllcbuildingt . i -- " f ' f Pl, . I i i r VUnT. -F- oil S.W.R.-.- 100 ewes. Givens It. k i w"' "v. - Oood milk cow for sale. It. C. F.u Kleman, Jr. Xelson lowered his record at Grand Rapids, Mich., to'.': 10 Hat. James Vick, the Rochester seedmaii, is financially embarraMed. W. C. Sandidgc sold to a Lexington party a '.', year-olcombined mare for 0 '"t. t Minen, -- '' ('e"cni M.on wunty. - f Ou-nsbor- "-0 Gos-he- m e, 1 u' ?"-I- l,'.'00-pou- nd ht, to-da- y ir to-wi- t. '' " , "' , three-fourth- s can-bee- whole-Alban- y, 1,200-poun- d I - Lrncaater, as usual, sent over a large crowd to the Danville county court. Dr. Kinnaird aud John Lear remain very sick They have typhoid fever. Miss Lucille Weisiger entertained her young friends Saturday evening. Rev. Reynolds, of North Middle-tow- n, filled the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening. He will preach here again next Sunday. Master Commissioner Burnside and Circuit Clerk Mason attended the Bovle court Monday. Miss Delia Hughes is visiting at Markshury. Mm. Willie Belie Greenleaf, of St.Louis, is visiting Mrs. Greeuleaf, on Danville Street. Miss Annie Bruce, of Danville, is visiting .Miss N'innie Sweeney. The case of It. Kinnaird against the Standard Oil Company for the polution of his spring in which plaintiff obtained a judgment of $1,000, April 14.1S00, has been affirmed with damages by the superior court. The judgment for $100 for a continuation of. the nuisance has been reversed, hut upon what grounds your coi respondent is not advised. Our esteemed fiiend, Judge C. E. Kincaid, is here on business connected with the Mutual Life Insurance Company, of which he is an agent. His genial manners, uniform courtesy, kind heart and smiling face make him a welcome visitoi wherever lie goes. He was for n long time the Washington correspondent of the Louisville Times aud was regarded as one of the most faithful, efli dent and reliable representatives of the press at the National Capitol. Tlie compensation fixed bv the con stitutional convention for the attoine-.- s who are to prepare the revised statutes is regarded as insufficient to Becure the best order of legal talent for that important work. Ten dollars a day, after deducting board would leave about $5 to compensate for an absence from home, the virtual abandonment of the practice an attorney already has, to say nothii g of the neglect of other business. If tl e Con. Con. had been as parsimonious of the time they have occupied in tl e formation of the remarkable document as they seem to be of the allowance to secure the services of three gentlemen "learned in the law," it would have been more creditable to that distinguished body of patriots aud statesmen. The constitution wa9 adopted by a large majority ; but still it is well understood that not one in ten of those who voted for it had ever read it, while many of them had not the slightest idea of what j it contained, and voted for it simply because it was a new constitution. I Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M Full corp ol Contervatory and S'ormil Art. Kxcellent boardm department. , President. Fall Session Tuesday, September xst, 1S91. tea hen. Snprnr l )ur,f, ... Literature, Music and CAtilauei and circular furnuhe I on ipphcUioli. STANFORD MALE ACADEMY K. V. BLAKEMAN, Prin eipal. pt, The record of the Stanford Stale Academy for th trough wsrk, ha been in the etceuticnilty pond, and we ouldauie its pafon and fiindi that npaln$ will be sp.ire l to muntaiu iu farmer hi)-- h standard. ihe coure of study will include all brai.h- - neceuary to prepare for the Krehrnin cUjj in College and at the same time wil be arranged t mettle want of those vekirnr a tint clais English education For thoo who may 'desire to fit tlitmielvei for ioslneM, a spoelat uourse In arithmetic and book keeping will be mirked out The fall will open TUESDAY, SEPT 1ST. and it U epeiillr 11 t r 1 ri that all cnt on that day. 1 1KRMS: (For fue moutl's, payable quirterly in advance, with rcMona'ile deduction for protracted t Primary Intennt-diitDepartment ... C!s!i.a! Department e sickneis.) ....$ta.,o 17.50 InciderUl ree jj.50 ,.oa Centre College Academy DANVILLE, KY. The Next Session of this Institution Uejjins Sept. 9, With n lull course of study, both English and Classical. While the of instruction is especially adapted to prepare young n en for the Kreshman Class, it is intended at the sime time to furnish a liberal English education to any who dettre It. In connection with the Academy A Home Bearding c& Training Department Has been established in the home and under the pers mat contr I of the Principal. Kecular study hours under the supervision of the i'riiifipal and assistants and the restraints and gosernment of Christian home are can blued with Ihe bt-- t educational adaut.i;es. Fur further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., nJdrcss JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. S. E. Cor. 4.tU Book-keeping, Ac Vino, Cinctn.nu.ti, O. Type-Writin- Short-Han- d, g, Telegraphy, had in the reasonable. Board as promises. Investigation hollclted. bond for catalogue. Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, Penmanship and all Business Branches. Twelve Instructors. TTp Establlshod I802. Large and nourishing. confidence of the HuMue witli the times. Community. I 'Ha ttiomuKhly for lluslness I'ursults. Has the The "tinJriM nre in den.and and art aldt-- In securing employment. Tho charges are) Night Sessions. Doe city at low figures. Day can be C W and McGEE, Principal. ttmsiattSKX&2BziEZ&MEEmmm& tht imp-sib- l Soma Light on ihe Lost Record Book. ror the Interior Journal ; r.niKRTY, .Sep. lsi. This letter may lu of some use in answering tlie tUPritim nkeil in your pipr of tin 11th. I have un old record book and in my papers baloiinin to the old South Ken-tiii-of Uipticls, which is the oldest iwociation in Kentucky, orpuii.eHl and constituted in the veur 17.sr. Some two years after there was an association of Uvular HaptiMs ky I - for infants and Children. resiion. ! 'Cast orlnls so rell adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any jirescri,Uo3 H. A. AactSEr., 21. P., known to me " Csuitorla tnrss Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, I)iarrho.a hruoution, nnd promoted di. KUU Wornu, gives slet-p- , Without, Injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Broollyii, M.Y, 1 1 Tac CsxTAun Coupast, 77 Jim-ra- y Street, N. Y aggWarefflBMKHHKSBg ' j , ormnujd, which was known by tho name. Klkhoin. Tho boundary south of Hi 1 j lh:M-37- . ; j ' pres-en- t son-tuda- sv Blue-gras- s Kentucky river win tiie South Ken-lucky Association of Separate Baptir-tr--. All north of the Kentucky river was the Klkhorn Ahsociation of Baptists. In the year 1701 there was a proposition for a union, iu 170:5 another propo sitiou, and in 17117 another proposition for a union between the two associations. Iu tlie year 1S01, tlie union was agreed to, which was a ehanyo of names. There weie to be no more Keijiilar Baptists and no more Separate lliptists, but all bo the United Baptists of Kentucky. Iu ISOj, some five minister) broke oil' fro.n the South Kentucky Association iu dis- A FRESH order and formad nu association which they called Tate's Creek. As Tate's Creek church was tho oldest church of the eight churches breaking off, they took the name Tate's Creek Association, and August 1'7, 180:5, the Tate's Creok Asso-- ' elation catno to tho South Kentucky As sociation with a latter of correspondence, which letter was laid on tlie table. On the -- .Uh, the business was taken up and a voto was i cached. The vote stands recorded 17 for tho correspondence nnd 20 H vvniraiust, with Joel Xoel, James Hill, y rja : - 2 Jacob Lock, who bore the said letter. This association was held at McCom ; mack's meeting homo iu Lincoln coun i ty, on Saturday, August 27, ISO.". At this association two ministers broke off. John Itice and Mr. Vardainan, and went off in disorder. This is recorded in the old association i book, page .5(1, and minutes Bigned by j Joseph Bledsoe, moderator, aud Thomas J. Chilton, clerk. This uny be con tinned if I am asked for information. j lU-ula- r FARRIS -- & Dealers HARDIN In- - 5 Stapie and Fancy Grocere s, Hardware Queens-- - Glass- - and Tinware. SIEG &TT CAB-LOA- D ! SS23 QTm XfE OF OF LAMPS. SALT KANAWHA fins Sim1.;, imi m mi The Ec. uton ot 1 nomas M. t.ilUnl, deceased, v.itl at h slati. rtiiJence, oa i Wediicsdnyt Oct. 28, 189X, -' I I :- -- r d! w" i I t I , ! J. B. BitowN. The beauties like to goto Cincinnati, not becauso they do not lovo their own metropolis, hut because well, you see, a pretty woman looks awfully pretty when she is in Cincinnati. Cou' bliie-gias- s foi " f" " kmS & H nt 1 rierJourual. offer t jiubhc ale his tine Kjrra of 450 Acres, located vn the Danville .V Stanford turnpike, tour miles from Daimlle and 6 fromblanfurd. This farm must be seen to beapprrcated. A fe salient p iints are then:: ist 'Ihe Unl irich and products t, as the crop, nowup .ii it prove, ad, (t is bpUndidly ftuced and watered. jJ, It has been I rineUjumoou.lv for 30 jears by one of the best f rincra in t e Mate nnd now it is free from all weeds or impedimenta to the richrst returns. 4th. It is so ihoioughly improved that no expense will be required on it lo." eari. 5th, Th house r Si J 000 an, I is a Urxv, bncL, ppleiidldly 'ilt, with 10 1001m liuiiletuus ituacU and pan-tr- ie , larno liallx, basemcbt under whole house and i,ood out houses 6th, It is only 4 mlies by y pikC to Dau.iKe, the educational centre ol jth. The neishliorhood and mcial sur louiiilint, ar nowhere ext.elled Slh, It is as Knod a tine horse .imI farm as can be found, iitli. It 11 eiiuall) a jtnod for grain and annual 1 tops ns fur Hik k and ras. loth, It ha btcn keptlarj; ly in ter inanj jears. Ninety acres will be sown In wheat by the day ofalr; the bslance of the furni 1. in Si'": except 40 acre reserved fur corn Terms of kale easy At the sime tune nnd place will offer for sale a tract of Knob hand containing about lau acres, well timbered and within half a iille of Junction City i Also the Crops, Stock ami i'ersoiialty, ten shares Doyle National Hank Stock., MAHV II. l.tl.l.ARD.) JOHN T. I.IL1.ARD, Executors. J T. L. LlLLAKU. S3 td two-sio- cit Ken-tuci- stk ni Ml i .11 """fr" V in'rti'iitfi i WiPWWW jtrrr" Utt': lu ?K :a b i Soven persons w t'81 J'nn Jtlro ". i TW.'f iltllllllllltltllllitlfltlMltlfllltllllllilttllMIIIIIIIIMIlliii in Chicago, whu It ..io destroyed $7",- notoriety hv the rati h line in his mlwr JAY-EYE-S-EE 000 worth of pioi'oriy. "and .Tones lit pV8 th To day lit noon by prwUinntioii of freight," aiiuotuiiiH Unit he intends to MIL.!. I Vk, (Hickory Grove arm, homo the president the newly ceded lauds of Stanford, Kv , StiTEMiiMt :i"2. 1891 Ilrfht theSciteilemooratie tlrlcwt, headed Ik.,nijh Mm; " every known rt'infh, I removed a lur; IiiiikIi Z the Sac mid Vox, Kiowa and Pottawnto- by Hon K 1. Flower, uut:l the settini; or two veurs Maudlin;, from a jenr old niiv, : mi Indians in the eastern part of Okla 1 Willi three uiipllcatloiiH of of the mm on the day of election. As W. V. homa may be entered for homestead lie failed to get eiumuh votes for the ; claims. himself, to Gubernatorial nomination Clinrta Miller, courldeiitial clerk of , ,r I TiiKiU'quittnl of Yiin llaiuu, who bave his inune oven presented to tho It iHlhelxt preparation I li lVOCvrriiM-dor- l 2 O. T. Dealing. Iximsville, bus been robof. I heartily riroiiimeud It to nil llorsumn lnunlurt'tl las friend in a skill' near convention, his opposition is not regard bing him for 20 years till the amount has II v hare hundreds ntwh I Vi n.i' Is bii'kI by Senator Voor-bee- ed with alarm. In fact, Hampton, Va., is generally reached $2,000. Miller ban pnid back tmy :..1I) prr liniitr. k viinl'ii.- - if J ' who prosecuted, ti Iihvh been the believed that if he paH the freight on i half the sum aud Daariug will not 41 "iiii-- ir i lu ;ij Muini"' r u complete failure of justice ha had all the voters ho turns from the beaten v til &i3rHtrM most . IJ. I.IJ1IY .V CO., WlilH-linll- , . 1 him. overseen in an American court, me path of democracy, he will not bankrupt iork- - 4 . t Mnviil., the whII ....w..... jury bad been bought to do its dirty himself or matemlly injure anybody oy, shot Alexander Robinson, white, at II. J MrUoiujurs W II IIK.t.ISs work, and as the Hunntur said bis two else. Philadelphia, and the wound will probahours apeecli to it would have bad bly prove fatal. Stov.il was with two Tub newspapers are prmtiug a great tqunliy as much impression on so many white women, and the shooting was in many good things of Col. V. t). Bradley, Btono men. No wonder the good people resentment of a rotuark addressed to whom the president is said to he seriousof the Statu aro indignant and that them by Robinson. ly considering for secretary of war, ami those who live in the immediate vicuu At the State tumpeiaucc union held the beauty of them is they aro all deOur Stock of-ty met and condemned the outrnga in l says: "He atToneka, Kas., last week, Rev. A. S. in served. The unmeasured terms. Such travesties Embree said prohibition was u failure in is a man of atl'airs, of good basinets trials are to common in Kentucky that character and capacity, and at least as will die. all the large cities of the State exceptWhen the appraisers went to hunt but little note id taken of them. Vir- experienced as Mr. Proctor was when lie the assets of the suspended First Na- ing Topeka, ami the Stale administra- Is now almost complete ginia courts have been thought t0 be and we will be able to show to the people of assumed the portfolio of the department. tional Bank, of Kansas City, Kas., they tion was responsible (or the failure. superior to money arguments, but alas, He RfMjlutjnns condemning it were adopted. Lincoln county as complete astock, we think, ns has ever been isan uuimpeacheil republican, and found only fl.uM), to cover a liability of it is the same nearly every where. The The Port Huron and Sarnia underoffered for their inspection in iuflueiici.tl friends comes from the right quarter. His ap ?: i.ooo. man with money and ground tunnel, connecting Canada with appointment would introduce to the It is said that Austin Bidwell, the punishment for his crimes, rarely sutlers the I'nited States, ;a formally opened president's political family an energetic the morn's the pity. A life for a life was and faithful friend, to be surely relied Ameiicar. forger, who, with his brother, Situiday. The tunnel, which is a trilooted tho Bank of England of $1,000,apparently intended only to apply to neof engineering skill, will succeed on during occasions of emergency." 000, is to be released from prison next umph groes and poor folks. the old system of ferrying the the traffic February. Mineral City, Va., Pilot, publishThe effort of some of the small fry, edThe Albert Morea, who was hung at Sa- of the Grand Trunk route between thi in the county where the writer tirst wormed their way into the who have wife murder, confessed country and Canada. saw the light, says: "Our county jail vannah, Ga., for A Gieeiisburo, Ga , where sympa Pendleton county, to boycott Alliance in from his cell contains no prisoners. In fact it has just before bo was taken vidence were both against the thy an-'alDemocrat, is regarded with serene h t e only killed that wife, but 'en a long time since this institution that he not of defendant in a murder trial, the contempt by Kditor J. W. Peck, who did have an inmate. Good for Louisa." so his first one. will bfi in business at the old stand lone 1,200 indictments pending the final argument for the prosecution There are This is gratifying indeed and the fact ;2 of which was greeted with cheers by the crowd in after his pesky enemies have, sunk into that Louisa is not an exception to the in the Knox circuit court, that the oblivion. Bro. Peck knows Only four felony attendance. The judge locked the doors, general rule of counties is are for homicides. , and publish a newspaper suc only way to hung juries lined every man 111 the more gratifying. It is a painful truth cases were tried this term, Hoys' entered a mUtrial of the cahe. cessfully is to hew to the line, let the that here in Lincoln countv alone more resulting in three. According to the New York Financhips fall where they may. In other and abraded silver The uncurrent people have been murdered since the words, follow the dictates of a conscience We arc still sole agents for the old treasury is now being recoin-e- cier, there are in the United States 0,711 And Gents' Furnishing Goods. war than in the whole State of Virginia. coin in the reliable waterproof Hl'KLL HOOTS. void of ofTense or malice and in nine into uow money, as provided for by bank, National, statu and Savings, with These things ought not so to be, anil cases out of ten the foes you make totho last "ongress. Four million dollars deposit of J,400,000,000. Of them of the banks are located in New long run be forced to they would not be so if more niurderers of it will be ready for uso soon. day will in the paid the penalty for their crimes. of the deKerschner, of Toledo, O., York and they hold respect if not love you. Whatever of Charles J. success wo have achieved in the newsto succeed the default' posits. One of the New York Savings The Newport Journul thinks that by has been chosen paper business has been due to a steady a determined effort the newspapers can ing treasurer, O'Brien, of the Cathobc banks has deposits of $ 18,000,000 and anJ unwavering purpose to do right get Gov. Brown to appoint Col. K. Polk Knights of America. O'Brien's short- two others havi 10,000,000 each. . l. II. C ."Miiiiri. m'fir , without fear or favor and under no cir Johnson Commissioner of Agriculture age ot $71,21) will fall upon the order. MitchelNburg, lott by fire his fine to bend the pregnaut hinges anladds: "He couldn't resist us: and cumstance K -- yft't Miss Virgio Cadot is to represent 5 YfWi-A- . . t4 residence, a bam, a granary, con-- ' of the knee that thiift may follow fawn- neither he nor Polk could resist each Richmond, Va., as Maid of Honor in the I ts- 1 taining 700 1iii.Iim1m nf wheat, and thr ing. tC-'i'- i other and what crops we would have to retinue of her Majesty, the Queen of t Binaller buildings, supposed to lme the be sure." Just so. The colonel isn't the Satellites, and .Miss Evelyn Brown, ben originated by a passing freigl t EVAMiKLlST W. H. Munnki.l, much of a farmer, but bis experience as daughter of the governor, the State of la Receiving His Louisville editor, who was converted untrain on the I it N. Tho total loss b ' a "binder and mower" ought to fit him Kentucky. Bro. Barnes and gave up newspaper der much for the place as many who have mill, to cost the magnifi- S.",SC0. The insurance is 2,SO0 -$- 2,W 0 A work to run a mission church, was as- as Franklin of Philadelphia. This held it. cent sum of $$00, is building at Cleve- in the saulted in his pulpit by a Chicago tough is the second bullae that Mr. Mitchell land. It will not make much Goods Warrm'ei u.d a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Giv e uim a named Valcnburg, whom the pieacher The Nebraska democrats are on to but is expected to return dividends to has lost on tin mie call. it befriended. Blaine's reciprocity business and in ,i who bad in various way's their tho amount of several hundred per cent, Munnell was knocked against a plate platform speak out as follows: "We deglass, which was shivered, hut sustained nounce the oue sided reciprocity pro- in republican votes. In one house in Boyle county, there no injuries, and true to his teaching posed by the present administration, reside four very old ueople. One of This is which invites commercial intercourse arose saying "Piaise the Lord. aged S3 years, Mis. the first time we ever knew this theory ouly with nations which buy our manu- them is U. Q. Davis, Moberly, aged 6." years, Mrs. Shepherd, to be carried into practice and proves factured products and prohibits freedom Fdiiny, a colorone of two things, either that Mr. Mun- of excha ge with those nations which aged b7 years, and Auut aged 104. nell is chuck full of the grace of God or purchase our surplus agricultural pro- ed woman, ItntcH $2.50 Day. Deputy Sherill' Wilson attempted to doesn't know how to resent an insult. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-ducts." I louse arrest John Wright, a desperate charac LOUISVILIJ-:- , KV. ter, near Middlesboro, when he oilertd THE CON. CON. The Middlesboro News was swift to resistance. Wilson shot him and though print that the Magic City was noton the A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall,;Clerks. The delegates had a big time at at first the wound was thought trivial, decline, but its actionsspeak louder than President Clay's Thursday, where they it killed him Fiiday. its words, as loud uh it tried to make were royally entertained. One room was Frank Hamilton, a wiper in the them. It has suspended its daily and devoted especially to refreshments, round-bousat this place, was caught will hereafter appear only as u weekly. where all of the different wines and and crushed to death by an engine last here was a time when two dailies, and best brands of Kentucky whiskies were Saturday evening, while attempting to we do not know how many weeklies, dished out by two expert waiters. Just open door for the engine to pat were necessary to tell the doings of the The above is a cut of Die Is 1'at Z.u-before dinner was announced tli rough. Somerset Reporter. booming city. No .v alas, nearly all of cut Feed Cutter, the best cutter Phelps called order, and pointed to an Gov. Buchanan telegiaphed Gov them have gone, like the boom, to where elegant water service and a heavy gold Brown that reliable information indica for all purposes on the market. the woodbine twinetb. headed cane hold by an attendant. In ted that Kentucky lniueis were about In & Cull and examine. I also have .Miss Gkutie Pottkh, daughter of a a few well chosen words ho presented release the convicts at Bneeillo and the Chicago millionaire, is something of a them to Mr. Clay on behalf of the con- Coal Creek, but how ho expected Gov. it is left to uiarryer: She wanted to marry a news vention, assuring him of their respect Brown to prevent "33 23:as boy, jntt her father luul him heiit to the. lor lus ability as piesiding officer and ure. r ,if .uliiirrdt .in h niil'C'l. ol III 111 Gillis Johnson, tho leader of the penitentiary oil a lrunip.il tip charge their kindly esteem as ft tnflll. Mr. Chr; lie I)i.'aae And the Clay responded in an earnest manner, 'Yellow Cieekers.," who t.nibufched the and she married a Mr. Daniels for spite. got a di- betrajing deep emotion as be thanked Middlesboro police, from which a Ij nullShe soon got tint! of him and Con-urvorce. Then ulie. married a Mr. Bust. them for their tokens of regard. Din- ing resulted, was shot aud .. tied by Last week she was divorced fiom him ner was served in two rooms, one on Fred Jones. Johnson's paitner, Jim .Hie ( ar 01 Kanawha Salt and Saturday she remarrifd Mr. Dan- either side of the main ball. While it Retifro, mortally wounded Jones. just received. good to he true. Jul Lateii. Too iels. The story is a serial and will likely was Mr. Clay's boast that everything upon the tables was the product of his slightly wounded and still at large. be continued in our next. farm, it was a sumptuous repast, and In Magofiiu county a murder followTin: long headed linaueier of the Jes- one that would have done credit to ed a trivial quarrel between Isaac Mur- Whi ha. itK ited lviih j ntat m - in ami iroim' , lhat almo-.Iiiimillt, iiirin, ilivMsamine Journal vouchsafes this suggesphy and his son Logan. The son killed hillr.l lie in. j .itcrmtv it the country I)r kc 1m ii3r.-- of the Klctrn nl ..nil tion, which has a netsuusive oder about his father and stood guard all night to DppArimi lit uf l.o Mclici! aivl Surgi ul In NEWSY NOTES. s it: "Now is the time to buy prevent the family giving the alarm. ttitutc, ?.i li;l!t, 11 farms. They are lower than they will -rThe Memphis Theatre, one of the The murderer was captured Friday and He will visit Stanford at the My be again for years. The money pressure oldest in the South, burned ; Ions, was sent to Floyd county for safe keep"MODEL, GROCKKY" ers House, Friday, Ocis passing away and all signs point to an ing. tober 2d. era of comparative prospeiity. Capital A poll of tho delegates to the late The K. T. V. A; G. has scooped the will be seeking invest- Chattanooga Belt railroad, paying JU00,-00- 0 New York State Democratic Convention Kciiirnin everj month (luring the )cur to re lately tied up tnnni oo iUy ments, ami what safer and surer investis significant. Of 401 delegates 245 Dr l(o lu lecn cnunecteil uith the Urge! for it. s Iioapilali in tnc country, uml has no viperior iu ments can bo found than Ten divorces were granted in Chrir-tia-n wanted Hill nominated for president, diaximiinr; nml trc.itinc ii.i-4and dufoi initio not ttll lie lands V" while Cleveland was the choice of but the will gi $50 ft r any c.ie ilia the can niiimtet Druifl, county last week. located ill rivn dieae am! Hoc, Cheese, S:i. The politicians are for Hill, but tho He will return to Stanford every month thi year The experiments of the to remain The sub alliance at West Point, Miss., at El Paso, Texas, have so far proved people are for Cleveland. to the true status of the has caught-oMr. Do Young, editor of the San Trvau all mraMe Medical an J Surgical Dice fruitless of desired results. Acute "ul Chronlc Catarrh, l)leaiei cl tl.o Mse. The members finding that disapK. II. Duncan was banged at Eagle Francihco Chronicle, and a member of Lamps, Glass and (Jueeiisware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, Kye, Nu.e, I lir i and l.ungf, Djipepua, pointed and disgruntled politicians aro Republican Executive ComPass, Texas, Friday, for the murder of the National Itrilil'n DUca.e, DUbetc, Klilneys, t.iver, Jelly Glasses, &c. using the alliance to the injury of the llladddur, Chronic, Kemnlc und Sexual IIm.ci. mittee, Bays that the Presi1leuti.1I Conan entire familv of four persons. democratic party, will surrender its Kpilepiy or fit.cu ed A poitt.e Ru.iianiie. vention will probably be held next, .May, Francis Hendrick charter and let such an alliance go to who was nominated succeeds Fassett, instead of June, to "avoid the extreme for Governor, as YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN As between the demnitiou heat which worried the people so badly Suffering from democracy and anything else the aver- collector of customs at New Yoik. Sjirrmnlorrluti and impotent.) as or tkce And now it turns out that the war at Chicago last time." the ofi lf ill .1 in )outhproducing k in tn.inl age Southerner can bo relied on always and ..llur i,a.e, .ni. collisiou on the C. '., near Hirer In scare was caused by British naval otlicois fo"iwing elfeiti. a the iilioi, Uloti , din , to make but one ebnice. caused by the engineer of lily, ri rvoittneiH iliiuukt. rnnfuliiioii of picnicing oil' Capo Sigriou a desert islet. Harriman, ilefuttitc mcniory, mil 1,. Brake-ma- n avcrl)ii to oc c fin h nht Ihr victim fur mi.i A boy in Scranton, train No. 1(5 disobeying orders, ual exliaumon, . was not necessary for it to be teleIt x of or niarriagp, art priiuaiiunllv cured b r.n Has the largest and Stewart and Fireman Win. Weir, not injurious graphed from Georgetown that the grand Pt'tiu., set fire to the cradle of his outright, and Fire brother and burned him to No. HI, were killed jury was unable to get any information MOST COMPLETE STOCK man T. Conner, of train 10, was danger- Elloocl ralulB ?h 'to the members of the mob that Engine No. .")J: was Sphili and omplicaliom, at or throat, f.ll In the case of J. M. Baker, charged ously wounded. hnnued the negro, Dudley. They nev OK 1113 of the hair, and several are perfectly pain In the bone, ernptiam, etc eradicated without ulng mercury ur and what is more, they do not with murder at Barbourville, the jury completely demolished er do, other mtnrioiit drtiRs They stood eleven to one for freight cars dehtroyed. wunt'to. Tim judge has asked the WulclicK (.iiiiunli a, l.itci, stricture and all rmary j conviction, The Nebraska democrats held an and Knlnev Troulilc arc ittedil) c.uxl hj ir ,t ernor to ofi'er a reward, but that too will newr failed cvcr shown in Stanford at prices Col. H. Clay King, who murdered enthusiastic and harmonious convention ment lhat He undertaken no imuralilc uhi, but iurt-be labor lost, if he .grants it. No mem-.. as low as the lowest. .L. II !).. 4n.fi.BktBlin una ucuu uv at Grand Island. Boyd was endorsed lhousand given up to ilir l.ifVv.i union ut .ucuiims, Kernemhrr thf dite and come lur of such a moo was ever Known 10 " hn demanding a tariff for too in are alay crowded wherever carl), Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s nied a new trial and bentenced to be and a platform he lnpin the State, be punished. hung Nov. 0. revenue only oind the free coinugo of who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to CONSULTATION FREE. J. W. Kay, a colored politician at silver was adopted. It also congratuAt last the end is in sight. The Con. send job to the city. Engraving)of all kinds beautifully done. Old Correipondrnce solicited and icnfiden la' of proCon. has completed its labors and will Louisville, was killed by Chancellor lates the people over the defeat Address gold and silver taken at market pficc. Your trade and work is solic-adjourn this week forever and a day. Morris, also colored, over a quarrel hibition in tho State. Judge Broody MKDICAI. AND MJUMCAI. INaTlll'iF, J ted and I guarantee th St , Louisville, Ky like again. which grew out of party rivalry. for supreme judge. was nominated A. R. PFNNV 3t May we never look upon its Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Ir. Gov. Jus i.- -. who h.is attained some, WALTON. s, Courier-Journa- n mass ineethiR at condumnud in Himptou, Va., and Ins terms thw failure of jii'rtico in the Ilalnw murder trinl. j Murphy, of New Yorl-- , bioke the bicvele record nt JVoritf, HI., by going two miles in 4."'J, -' teconds faster than any previous time. The Cleveland House and 10 busi- ness houses in Shelllald, Ala., were do stroyed by rlro Sunday. Tho loss is SI 10,000, with little insurance. Virginia republicans will reject advice to put up no ticket, but to vote the Alliance ticket as the best means of breaking the democracy. Mrs. Bettie Martin has brought suit at Lexington for $25,000 against A. A. Kitzmiller for charging her with stealing some jewelry and money from him. In St. Louis, Maggie Dolan had her lover, Eugene Shire, arrested for assault to kill. He got out on bail, sought her, and cut her throat and his own. Both The ' if im hld scatii-tiseme- n' ESfl "frli 1 1 'wsl: .'I . PINN'S OINTMENT. Ma-hone- 's ptos-cent- o fci ' '' know-iienloni- w ..-.. MEW GOODS. -- FALL AND WINTER GOODS Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, . law-abidi- court-room- tv?' Fine and Heavy Bocts tind Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, lien' mid Hats, Neckwear, Men's and d one-tent- h one-thir- M'ROBERTS & HIGGUSTS. 1 -- Miti-hfll- two-sto- ry " ,lVrV H tffcttrt ? - v f5-L- m tin-plat- e tin-pla- te, SpringS,3ummer Goods THE WIIXABD, Per j ' m fj I .THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND filPROVED. ."an e Dicks Patent Feed Cutter wk 11 k ..- 'f 1 IF EVIDENCE Studebaker Wagon n C . DR. D.D.REA, OLIVER FZiOW, with Extras 'f Surgeon & Specialist ! e t J". IB. t FOSTER,. Del-nionic- Sur-HIl- jI I blue-gras- ! Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, $50,-00- 0. For Ca nned Fruits, Vegetables and Apples, Peauhas and Prunes, J Piaides, Preserves and Jams; blue-gras- whi-r- rain-maker- s out-da- bow-wow- The Old Reliable Jeweler 11 tr he-- idi-- i five-year-- old u-- v two-year-o- ld 1. t&rWm&k. Sa :m -- l in the Lead. R. Pennv and Jewelry and Skin Diseases. I- - j , I 1 ..'II 1 1 I j 1 VMKmflL! "jtLJswrV -" ,. 1 itL fgfft'm?90ffr'P9'r Semi-Weekly WirTJjji.rU!i-- -- wT'.nf-.-'-y wri-w-r.- . InteriorJouknal , 'StANPOKI., Kv ice. val,ton. rv SiHOiirlin- - u( all wool jiliiiil 'mid Tub train up vierd.iy, etdpml Indies' cloths fltBOcoiits per yard. iHnpinlrnt liter and gUJani t o the Stvvninc A Sm, railroad men. 1S01 22. lr you lie-- u Muck iirrta you arrould Mmk Hiffmvk fiiniihlifd n roflin not (ttil to nee unr Mock before purthw rldy for the wife of Daniel Moore, ing. tJvTiice .Son. who hvc iii'Hr Hlhlriiid. Mutt.MantiKor p-! psl I rs U H IB i B I Z:m. UK3 Oil I S VI I i K.A.T2SES, ,$$ W Pfiftz R 3 O ti$ m It U nid the frimiild of Miirtibiil W. T. Suunilern will imiko his Sfl.OOO bond MEANS BUSINESS. and tnku him out of jail. itwiNf. beautifully n ml artistically oiih tit A u. ivnny k Hkv. John Ukm. Uimso.v's rrivate l hi it account is now ready. 1'Imiho call nml settle. A. IJ. IVnnv. school Iiiih already pupily, boys and Havk vour wntob. dork mill jewelry uirln, and mora wish to miter us soon as repaired nt A. K. Penny's. All work his Imildipg is complete. warranted. .I watches, Kkmkmiikk tlmtnll silverware, A. II. liiti: now represents the Central rings, oVc, bought nt A. H. Penny h will Ky. Hedge Co. in Lincoln county, ami engraved free of charge. will be pleased to see all contumplating PERSONAL POmfs. to set hedge next spring. to-da- y ForSi.b. (iooiI frariie housn of fou Con-Vfiiirnt- ly ATTaAOTtyjii. e rooms with half Hero lot attached. located in .Stunford. Cistern nml neceMiry outhuildinuo. Applv to W. A. Tribhlu. Tupvp yww mmun y kite m oG-incwlde 'e Tiik trial of Isaac Shelby, Jr., was continued at Danville, yentenlay, till next Tuesday, liiHh, on account of n brother Soc; of Uniicnfelt, the man. he shot, being killed in a railroad accident neor Somer- dun. . set Sunday niulit. Cai-tWm (ikhii, who broke IiIh leg recently, was out on crutches yesterday. Mil. C. W. .Miu.ikin, of Franklin, spent Sunday with tlio Misses Owsley alii their guests. t'ci.. K. Ikimr, of l'ineville, was down his daughter, Mir.s Sunday to Annie, in College. Mits H.okkmk Ki,oh.v went to yesterday to upend nevurahnonth' with her brother. . Rich-iiio- Miss IJkii.k Cook, of llustonville, with her sister, Mrs. It. H. Cooper. ('. II. U'luv, of Richmond, i a of the MIkm-- Flora, at Hale's Well. Ih Kt r-- will goto Mad-si-o- n Maiiy this week to spend ?oino time wit i MiM Miiimi Phelps. Mil. ash Mils. J. T. Lynn returned to their home in louisville, yettrdi.y, nc lompanied by Mis Nettie Wray. Miib. Diikw Hoi.miw and niece, .Mich Wtie, of liwreiieebnrg, hnvo been guests at Mrs. William Wcareti's. Mil W. A. Moiikiu.y ban been transferred from Cumberland liap to the Mi-- h J. W. KiJiwuiiTii, thp yomu! man who Wi: huvu u quantity of very good was jailed for stcnlint; a pistol and watch lumber, suitable for outbuilda man at Rowland, was released ings, etc., that we are selling at Jl for from yesterday by his step father from Infli-nna- , 100 feet on our yanl. sum V Menefee. putting up il'2't in cash for his at circuit court. at Wiii'iiut Flat is nearTiik post-olllc- e ly reiuly for business. Mr. Hay lor I). DEATH'S DOINGS. lioltr.clawlni3inu.lt) his bond as Peter Farley, one of Dauville's oldbut his co.iiiuiraion lias not arest citizens, died last week. A widow rived yut. and eight children, all groin, survive I'ltiiso.NS having ciaimo against the him. county are notified that Sept. Uo, is the A niepsage from London brings the last day they can bu llluil to be acted on sad news of the death of Mrs. Klizabcth !. H. Pearl, mother of by tlie coming Cuuit of Claims. our esteemed corresCooper, clerk. pondent, John Pearl, which occurred post-niuotur, sizes from h Dress Goods Department: wide Henrietta at 20a a yard, worth Ladies' Cloth in all shades at 5oe a, yard,' worth S5c; velvet in an snaaes uoc at uoc a yard, worth ol.j(J Shoe Denart'iient: Ladies' Grain SJioes SI. worth, $1 .sO: Ladies' 7)nr?n- let Shoes C J. 2s, worth $2. Oar sloek of Boots is the most complete ever shenorb in I oianjrorei ana prices tower man ever lieeirel o J before. 7 .. i .. f !ni .7 r li frit liu, nill i,o iniitiWi! jwi.u.uuii. kjlvi oiuliv in isyri.fwLG ...,1. i iiv iulcsi avei oesij siyics or .uens, Jioys' anet UliUetren's dibits and Overcoats. j)Jpj?s Chinchilla Over coats, . L . if TO I -- A 7 u-ii- o.'t to JrJt, at S.fr.aO, worth $7.j0. J. 1. Anderson, a Sunday morning. Mrs. Pearl was a lot on lower Main street, containing a daughter of Willis Adams, of Paint J. M. II.mi. sold to agency at Hamilton Springs, Tenn. Hon. I). W. Thiiiiim:, irpresentativo elect of Madison county, has been on a visit to his idster, Mrs. P. I. Nunnelley. Mil X. A. Kii ii.u:io.v, of I.oiiisvillc, was here Saturday, liu is doing well in I.oulsvillc, but thinks there Is no place like Williamsburg. Miss Maky Ci.ay Thompson, the beautiful little blonde who Hpent the Hummer with the Misses lackey, returned to I.ounivillo yesterday. Mn. W. L. Lisnkv, foreman in the was IJaptlst Hook Concern, yestcrdsy, nml paid thin olllce, in liere which he used to ulin type, a pleasant .all. Mit. Mr-. J. II. Owkns, of Harrodsburg. was mother-in-law- up Sunday and took bin , rk America Rout, home witli him to with Mrs. Owens, while he takes n May trip to Seattle, Wash. Mn. Humes Williams baa recovered from n malarial attack and left with his wife this morning to vilt relativeH in Indiana and Missouri. They will take in the State fair at Indianapolis. Mr. J. A. I.kwis, who recently from Missouri, will take charge of the farm of Mr. John O. Ncal, his Ulster. Mr Uwis has live children including a handsome daughter, Miss Fannie. Miih Hkttik MiKinnvy went up to Kichiiiond hut week to enter her son, Nuth, at Central I'niversity. The other pupils from thin section are 0. - mid T. W. Jones, W. (J. Uc.key, Joe Jonufl and Henry Onnaii. Aktkii spending his vaiwtion in valuably amistim; bin eousiua on tliu Itkriok , .lot rsm, Mr. W. 1. Walton left for yexterday, to reenter Vn., Mociin Colleue, but we opinw that for n time at lenst his thoimhts will little Kentucky bmuty .luell mme ' than on text booktmnd the like. ai-ri- ved I- Ash-Uiub'nn-dolp- b CITY AND VICINITY. Nk Htock of kid gloves just openml eUTiiiict V Son. Nkw utoik of ladiufl and hUovh. gent' Hue Severance :Son. Houn to the wife of Dr. W. 11. Penny, rm Monday morning. " D pound girl. Tin; Hoston Ideal Minstrels, and strengthened, Friday night. Oct. 'L ro;orgaii-l.e- will be with us Cotof-lic- o tage an autograph booklet, "Uock of Ages." Finder please leave at this and oblige the owner, who prizes it very highly. Tiik L. & X. will sell tickets at one to Louisville on faro for the round-tri21) and III), and for trains arriving in thu the city Oct. 1, on account of the Satellites of Mercury. p Lost between Stanford and Pink mm Tiik entire business portion of Cal., where our young friend, T. V. Spinlr, holds forth, was burned Satui-dabut we hasten to assure n certain person that he escaped unhurt. Xei-di- es, y, Didn't Wuiik run Uoad. William HoyBlcIt, Kit Jones and John Waggoner, were each nil of the McKinney Judge Viirnon Saturday fined $o before .50. m fur n failure to work the county road. Bon Jones for same ollenso was lined Tins physical condition of Mr. Han smith, who was murderously assaulted and robbed in his water melon patch last reweek, is improved, but lie has not faculties, consequent, gained Ida mental ly nothing can bo gotten out of him so as Judgo to fix a clow on bis assailants. asked tbo governor to ofler nrnou has will a reward for thorn und every ellbrt justice. It is bo made to bring them to known that there waa conflidcrnblo money on the old man's person. little over an acre for $1,000. Mr. An- Lick, and widow of Judge Granville derson will begin at once the erection of Pearl. She was a woman of splendid mind and heart and dearly beloved by a nice dwelling on it. all who knew her. Mr.y the Lord grant Cimt'iT Coukt began at Danville yes- c insolation to tlie bereaved and unite terday. Several murder cases are on the tliein again u happy family above. The A. docket for trial, including that of the ne- funeral services were belli yesterday Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .1IANES AND groes for killing Marshal Weils, and of morning by He v. Collier, after which Isaac Shelby, Jr., for killing Lingcnfclt. loving friends laid the body tenderly nway to awnit the resurrection morn. Hakkodsiilki. voted Saturday by a majority of KVs, in a total vote of a little AND Tho New York World says the demover WX), to have water works. The ocratic State ticket will get a majority of company, which has contracted to build .S0.0OO in the city. tlieiu is to receive an annual rental fioiii During a row on an L. it X. excurUpright and Horizontal. the city of $.1,."00 for "') plugs. A street sion train to the colored fair at LexingStationary, and Portable. All railroad there is also among the proba- ton, Henry Settles, of Bagdad, waa insizes up to power. bilities of the near future. stantly killed and John H'own waa shot in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Unequalcd through the neck, both negroes. Durability. Tiik corn crop in this county, which is William II. Cainbron, Vlte for Kn-- IllnstrJieil I'smjilcts and your uants 10 tlie largest raised in many years, if in- for Kleinhaus & Simonson, of Louisville, deed it was ever exceeded, in regarded is charged with appropriating 5:5,000 of & CO., as safe. The forward corn is fully ma- thu Hun's funds. Hu was arrested Sun C1TV. NKW VQI--SPKINGFIKI.tJ. OHIO. tured, while the later can not be hurt by day night and released on $S,000bond. anything shorter than n heavy freeze. Thomas L. Shields, secretary and NKW ADYKUTISKUKNTs In the bine grass portion of tlie county, treasurer of the Allegheny HeatingCom-pany- , Squire Murphy says the yield will be 10 whose accounts are said to hayu barrels to the acre and the average in been short !00,000, has reimbursed the As Administrator o( I)r K. I.. Khode deed , ' company and retired from the business. the county tl barrels. AINTI will cll on : mile from Milledce While temporarily insane, Mib. ville on the the MillciUuville .a ml Stanford pike, on Tin: pheunmiiially hot wcHtherfor the Xeprosicht threw her two babies into time of year seems likely to continue. 1891, Oct. the river at Sioux Falls and jumped in Yesterday was the autumnal equinox III personal property, cotuitting in pari a folafter them. The mother and one child and Btill there was no sign of the usual low Cow. Mule, J Hure, 6 hrnheU of were drowned, the other child being res- Wheat, Cider Mill. 2 Stove i Champion Machange of weather conditions that come chine lOinbined. t Surrey and HurneM, Wcon cued. and llarnci. low top Iluccy. i Thoina Kale, i with it. It has been hotter than in the in The American Agriculturist, in n Turning I'low, i lU' k of Hay and about K libit, of Cum. Term dtli summer time, in the Northwest and in study of the world's food supply, deMRS. I.UCY II. RHODES Admr. 57 Dakota it is so warm that farmers are einel compelled to thresh their wheat during clares that the deficit in the supply is 'JOO.000,000 bushels of wheat and rye, PUBLIC the night. .YeeU's with a possibility of the shortage being STOCK, CROP & PERSONALTY. from Som- twice as great. Ik the reports, which come Kx Congressman W. L. Scott, of erset about the killing of Kngiueer John will on White of tlie C. S , by John Catron, a Krie, Pa., died Saturday midnight at Hu rrfonday, saloon keeper, bu true, Judge Lynch Xewport, H. I., of heart failure. might with much propriety resume his had been a sullerer for a long while. Sell nt mv firm on I'.miiHI irom crab orciwr.i.- And JKWKLRY in the citv. A reli.ible Watch-Make- r to do all kinds Household and CltUicn urniturp, one Rood piWith no apparent He was a man'of wealth and ability and ano. Karimtir ImDlemcnls and Slock of all kind. opemtioiiH theie. ol Watch, Clock and J ewe ry repairing' iVf Will lu rent my fanu conlainine 2411 acrtn iirovm-Htinwhatever, he struck his vie a democrat who was respected by all mi.es dom Crati Orchard Also two llouittanu Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, I. 'to near iler"t tim with a stick, knocking him down, and honored bv his party. li in hand oil liy of male Trim day and night. and dm wing a pwiol, shot him as he lav The new Hroadway Christian church, 57 A. W. MONTUOMKllY. on thu lloor. The only excuse given for Lexington, just erected at n cot of the crime is that Citron wax diurtk. was dedicated Sunday by Rev. A. Illiic-Gras- s () Bartholomew. A miflicicnt amount t and 1). ir hundred and Ai.t. liosi:. Mr. W. T. Huyalty, of of money was subscribed before the Here of t'ood land, In high ute t twojjood aUni inn'. Yoemite, who wns hem Saturday, told work was bgiiii to complete the edifice, A lntK". ilendnl new Sole Agents for- Will ell Iinap othei ni!fnui us the vigilant hud succeeded in driv- and out of this e, Kv e iS miles from UM"in Thm land whs left enough to pay ing the last whisky seller irom that town, s. i. srACiii, Kv The y6 for the handsome parsonage. Stanford. that had not been lodged in jail. This church is one of the iinest in the State. shows what the people can do when publishes n The Courier-Journthty are in earnest, and wo commend cock and bull story to Iheellect that Mrs. their example to other locnlitiiH, where Mary Sttickenherg, of that city, claims whisky is sold in open violation of hi" 230 to be puttering from a peculiar visitation, A Following the exit of the whisky venvliich she ami her family believe to be OckiI llluc (in land, near Milledcexille, tA rent ,dy Privilege of krviln'C till Kail furiSi;dors. Kid. W. A. Gibson held a protraci fie appearance on her person of the to I.J KOMN'hON, Kv. ed meeting in tlie little town which re ""'tigmnta," or I IiistonviHf, ...f the wounds of theSavior. suited in III confessions, ami now one of It is said that she goes into trances every the woist places in tlie Slate promises to Pri- lay afternoon, when the spots appear be one of tlie best upon her hands, feet and side, correu ilic premics on We will A iusi'ATiii from Providence snys that sponding to the wounds of Christ, and Thursday, October I, 5891, Mr. K. H. llayden, who operates a coal that at intervals blood oozes fiom her. Our Kami m I tnroin county, contalniiiiiie Tvo UltaraiULLU lO Di. Ask piUW. CCJUai lU till) Ullltr mine at that place, is having much trouhl'Xmt! lACKKS..f giMl land centrally lo TIlOV all Hkt it. A Tii.wki.kii'8 Stoky. "Once I heard cated between Danville, l.a.ici.tir and Stantord, ' Dor ahotlt it ble with his miners. They claim tiiat Vt milt! frum Hubble. aini he spread the screens on them, thereby of a remarkable instance of cheek whilo At the Mares tune we will .1U0 Jell u or 15 sood and Colt. Karnunn Implenivnta, making them lose much coal, as they are I was traveling in Texas for a rope firm," lln.. k. hulil nnd Ivitchpn FlirllltltrL.. KuK. Ja tackt of TllllOtl lien .r. t.nnil Baid the concentrated lyo salesman. paid only for that which does not go bunhel of Hemp Seed of the late-- t Hay and The others settled themselves in an- importation Iif.fMinn ol larm given Dec. through. The men quit work and II. .VJ.SWOPK. Hubble, Ky 51. im le..erlli. threatened to mob llayden, who left for ticipation. 'I .tvlinft.tr " 1n pnntinnuiT li.nl or RBNT An exctllent Farm a day or two. He lias returned but the oil rUK uALll finely Improved, men are still out. The negro miiieis who had ahead v been refused trust 10 pike, 3 mile Irom depot. Mn tKK t105 ncrei. :, watchsS, in the same saloon, was dually are willing to accept the soread screens, times but the white men refuse to do bo or to shot in the jaw by the irate barman. P1JI5I IC SAI..E but the ball fell llattened on tho lloor.", permit tlie negroes to go to work. w Repairing neatly and prompt"There's nothing so very remarkable ly done. Iriri nutting vry lry hem now, bo nliout that," remarked n party present XjAKD, STOCK, 0E03? AND picking up tho lint"Perhaps not, but "EliSOITAXiTY. much bo Unit tin L it X. is limlinj: tlilliriilty in p'ttiiiK uiioii",li toned bull be went to the next door anil I will take old gold or silver in exchange ior goods. :.IWILUON .. ,.i..i,..i (Stanford, Ky.) ii.ti.iii.:.. itiucjj jMiin imp:ui 11 iiiin ni ii water even foronliniiry purposes nt Oct. 15, 1891. -- C SINE Lopm's Crunk lias eoasoil to run Times. A. J. N. MENEFEE a slight nml tlio St. Asiipli furnishes but The question for debate at the colored offer,(11J. Mdller Ule flll).m, proo. aiipply. On tlio imitation of master of people's academy Will le, eny. My 8 I I I ! I UL ? Frank Harris, somo of tlio comtrains, zJ-iSWblohU of the Center Advantage lo mittee iippointi'il to confer with the rail- the Country, l.'iwyers or HuzzHrds?" iet ill irran hut jo aire. A new home witli 7 uid lowest prices in Central Kentucky. .. r.nal. Tne best selecte J uo.-mil road in regard to netting u better supply Some of our 1110t elOOtlellt mill IdlMCIII .l.uinfancu off...lkl.M.l ofiiiciili finil vaiiBiifs h.r. Is nn from . Delected frmt. . : : l. of water there, went ilow n to Rowland colored orators will take part in the ' do- - ly Julie applet 10 jfiicuns. ...inrreu ampic tianio r .SASH, KUt. BXjIxv, room lor 10 or it horses, ihcie being 11 box stall situation. Tlie little Saturday to see the ji aU set) the i bate ami soniet ling rich, tare ami racv and will iiot.wirrm-biiimiiig- crop and slock t.niiHting of; DOORS, , , , pool m.ulu by a dam at tlie bridge wag 18 proiniseit. iimioiin lAJUiuy, un. inn i0siucki good liay, ijj oarreis 01 cern in me I1LINDS, SHKSGLKS, nearly uinpty, an the piospect was not field and a lot ol .fuver hay in the barn, suppotw.' , i,,. - or , .,acLANoj-vcaold work mutes rier. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. at all il.itturiiit!. It is very evident that norset, ai.o family ; year-aall iund, a uroou nui4 yejrsoiu, uni moi ime tun Eooil if the company continues the division "Mhs Hessie," ho faltered, "dn you and in foal to Oentry'j Gamhetta, a good milk FB2STCJG. and point there something lias to bo done think you could learn to love mo?" rowi. 2 (jpod hom, .nio io lot ol piji; a new wagon and We carrv i full stock of everything found in a of farming utenili,nl.o new think 1 might, Mr. Spoona-more,- " lot aud dono quickly. The city council plowKvar and various Jrticlcs useful anj needed bIio answered with downcast nn a faun. ouuht to solve the question or throw up over Term. All lumi of $10 tlio job. Tho people tiro ottinK very eyes, "if I wero taught." $10 a credit will be given until 1st Jan. without Kxamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract in hand and tho And M10 next moment he had her interest. inTerm on tho land, Inlcrttt from date, tirl'd waiting on it and it Philadelphia and 2 yearith balance SINK & AII'NLI'KE, Stanford, Ky. or building. W. L. lICtL'. 55 im horse, who will perhaps never show up. taut. Chicago Tribune. Is: If yon see it in our advertisement yon will fi.nel U in oar store. This means that ice will not try to draw custom by holding out promises that we em not maJte good. If this House einnmmcejs a sale of gold dollars at 00c 0ach, you quit business and come, for you cem depend upon the promise. each customer who buys $20' s worth of ttoods from, GIVEN A WA us one Fine Rocking Chair. It is not necessary to buy all these Goods at the same time. Come in and get your booh anel we will keep eiccount of your purchases. Y:---To Eggs Bought at th. Highest Market Price at the Louisville Storo IRRANSKV, Proprietor. GABRIEL, Managers. OTJUiAM li!KrCYjli:S STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 26-horse A "51 book-keep- THE JAMES LEFFEL ilSlik "Ml Public Sale. ist, W. B. WlcROBERTS, Supplies, Newest Styles i hi 1 m m Thursday. 1 1 1 DRUGGIST J3SWEI.ER, Complete Line of School Books. School SALE I j Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. The Best Purest While Lead and Oils; Heady J lived Paints anel Carriage Paints; Largest ?a xiandsomest Line of Sil- - 1 . sept. 28th, i89i, verwauj. Watches, Clocks "! H n S'JO,-00- 0, Farm for Sale eventy-eiziinne-lulf .1 lr. B: K. & W. H. WEAKEN, -- I 1 I ' 11. al FOR H32XT. Ok m ! u ti Farm of Acres, Faraaa. and Stock, I . rni-l- r V 1 XFPSh P robt- fenzel ;-,- 0in am zann I - j 'o All Work Warranted. Fine Watelies a Specialty. How-lan- ..- -.! ' d. ifc Thursday, ft - j ,,,,,, . III i&K&i&fc&VAMVL I I 1 . . . Q - IjLLllIUUl T 1irn"Umo VoTOrl X Cll U, Jm 11 k , itudiim; , 1 LATH, 1 ' - FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, r j'.-v- m "Il .... -j WQVEIT "XaRSI AN3D SLAT FXHST C,.3.SS 3C.XTMBEH TTilHII. i- 1 ! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. Bto AT THE THE OLD DWELLING. Published Every Tuosday and Fr day J tf-'- MIR, not to paid K. IN" jVD'"-,JS-C- $2.60 w'll Ke charged.- - u. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7.00 a. m., returning trembles to In fall-T- oo uratiitrotM lioiiso if life, now leased to ileatbl How softly la and out moves tho llut breath. And gently In the tender tueuiorleri ball KH.ik tho loved owner, aoon beyond recall) in mo nisi cioiiu uiniinu-- siiuniiicrctn A dying Klory. ni u hen sunset with (ood night, sweet dreams, mid faith and hope a tiw tho Uivelllnu I Train uaves Rowland at t toalll j:jo p. m. Thus L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 39 pm I34pm South 1 13am North .. am Local Freight North 6gaml ' , South.. 312pm The latter tratut also carry passenger. The above l calculated on standard time. Solar time it about to minute fatter Hail tram going North ' South Express train " flight. A dove will pause, though rulu round It lies. So. too, dearvoul, nltbouuh thy bouso be dust, Yet thou thyself, now free as moralntr Hut, Canst find another homo 'neutb other akles. -- C. II. Crandall In Atlautle. full of enterprise and Joyous trust. Perched ou n sin, ncrcna and plumel for ' OCEAN REMINISCENCES. ' ft V r IS- il i - . If i is li Let me recall a trifling incident of my 'niI)00iml ,if " experience small and unei, iiitieeu, out vivuuy tresu ami of clearest aud keenest outlino in memory, We were on the .Mozambique parallels, in blood, b" well to the eastward; the weather hot. Jf'"!' and heskycop,erishnndthe sea of a sal- towisn oiue. wttu a tiiick, slow How of bwell as though tho water was heavy and sluggish with oil: n weak breeze of wind blew off the port quarter, with n PUBLIC sort of sting of heat in it. like tho bite of JACKS AND The j the sun himself; and the ship under all j studdingsails ou that tide went rolling economical, ' Saloon forward in a kind of loathing way, as speedy, though alivo to the trucks with instinct; and very well remember tho slopping Thursday, Oct. effective of all 1891, noise of the water ns it fell from her little ship came around with the men blood-purifier- s. Forty head if ltoiirbnn County raised Ja kt add bow liko llftiging buclretfuls of liquid rounding in upon the braces too astonJennets) Diamond Dale Mock I arm, ished to sing out. The captain walked Ky the Massllle grease overboard. the HOUSE, irosH Pans,Centralun Itailruad. Ihe branchutteefmile Kentucky nn ,an It was about 2 o'clock in tho after- the deck chafing his hands and chuck1st ami l.vr it f. i, m 11. ItlLEY, .Proprietor, F. will SJ s you. UlARLtSCAKkoLI. I KUR A SON noon when the thickiifss over tho star-- ' ling. "Now, sir, we have it," ho cried When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castor!. - - - Kentucky. board bow died out along tho horizon to the second mate. "Have what, sir," When ihe waa a Child, she cried for Cattorl. London, "The When ahe became MIm, she clung' to Pattoria. there and showed the sealine clear to tho asked tho astonished officer. I have saffian? A. S. edge of the ocean, with a twisting and Equator, sir!" roared tho cantain. "The When the bad Clil! 'reu. the gave them Cattort. prepared moved ta my new Hotel and am bttei than ever ta accoamiudate the public Equator?" cried the mate, looking around glancing of yellow fires in it froin the ('rood Lisery attaches! andescry runvestietice d SURGEO.v DENTIST. him. "Yes. sir, true as a hair by the Mc ofrr fnr salepiK.tely it. sired. Cite me a call. res ol I . I, i sun. as though lines of molten brass were Office on Main ttreet, oer W. M. McRobertt' raiMMHimm li n the Somerset r a FRANK RII.F.V. It at V magnetic bearings a fore and aft line. slowly sinking in it. It was then that a Uru Store, Stanford. u i,rn s a r s ,. . 7 i Keep to that course, d'ye hear. .r. .imvr, v.oou orin.ru a tui plenty o sail was uindo out some three points on ois or address utat Crab i in hard Ky soli issUttMtmsj Not an inch off to jort or starboard, or thereabouts, l IIASTIN .v CtU.I ILK R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. the bow orshowing to her apparently a quicker than you can say Jack Robinson large ship, courses with her mizzentopma&t gone aud tho spanker I'll blow your brains out:" many DENTIST. The second mate, glancing through, Scant women suffer from Excessive or gall naked, with some colors flying at it. PtiMiit arc heieby fbrbsckleti 10 Csh la sf lake, Menstruation; they don t know a miles West ot Wasne.bstr, under Us pontine Office on Main ttreet, opposite Portman House, As we slowly who tocon?de in to cct proper advice, rose she showed like a the skylight, observed tho chief oflicer' prescribe! far tstcts tiespats up ttairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas gnen for painless Dos't confide In anybody but try I wish to t 'I frigate upon the water, with her baud of in the cabin, and with a slight motion extracting. J.VMIJi MCWHORTKK, fms.t'iy mv I r. o' ,, of his head summoned him on deck. The ,., Acres iiua:.d ,',r.il,, ,,. Yasmmte. K) STANFORD, KENTUCKY. broken ports and her bi nitm ui owiiiti- Uansillcpu' ss.ii,. ,1c. rr n, Uv.inf man arrived, with a face of wonder, intr iib: and I heard tho ratit.iin foil tin. ans one ssishiik to p i n. pjlt' gazing aloft and around, and not a little ' SHELTON HOUSE, H.III. amazed to find tho ship bound to the iiwuuiin nrii:ri.ujc, 111.1t no uviscrvu lliat eastern American seaboard instead a Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE. I of, she was Mich and such a ship, naming a D. A. TWADDLE. Proprietor, SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR well known Indiamanof thoedays. She New Zealand. "This is to lo an achieveMENSTRUATION. - was in distress, it wns now gathered; for ment, sir." ahouted the captain to him, Wi will iVlistr ice each tr rnlnj as followt Book to "WOMAN" mailed free. "that'll rank me foremost among the : it beems that she carried n brace of sig-,, I BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlinta. Ca. First'class accommodations at reasonable ratet. Hl.,.v. j. . P. Nt. i....,ivnwssjsi most famous men this century has pro--' "kL'li?1"'' !d by all lru((Utv Under 50 Pounds cents, over Open day and niKht. Sample rcom and froodiisery nal nalllanls Jit her gaff 011(1,011 one of duced." Tho mate viewed him with a in connection which was hoisted the Engli h engign, 50 and under 100 1 cent, over "Sir," jack down, while on the other fluttered stupid look of interrogation. 100 fs ol a cent. a row of bunting out of ilaryatt's cotle, cried the captain, approaching him with 13. DR. - CO., signifying that there was serious sickness an expression of ecstasy ou his singular M. countenance, "tho keel of this bark will on board. I will gist: thp above reward for the arrest and I hee that ship now as I saw her then; be the first that ever ploughed the line convictiou of the thief or thieves who broke open Ky. t)'tce So'i'H side Main street, in otfice reeently and robbed my bto re at Rowland on the night of her canvas had the whiteness of froth of tho Equator without i hairbreadth of is iyr Am) Sept. 1 The goods that I can miss at present are touched by moonshine; deviation for one thousand miles at least: vacated by Dr. L F Hurtuiin. Stanford. Ky she rosoand fell as louoivs.' suit 01 ciomes,a mue n.uu suit a and mark you this," he cried, drawing coat, brown I'IjiJ; j coats, black, small I'lald; very majestically, her jiorts bristling blue 1'laid 4or 5 pairs of pints all same price; 2 and fading as she leaned to the M. CRAIW," heave of himself erect, and extending his clenched DR. black shirts, b white shirts, 6 black neckties, a I'ullmasi Vrslibulr.1 llsitfet .Sleepers and fu. the waters. By tho aid of the glas.s, list at tho mate, "if 1 catch tho vessel's Mac straw hats, a gents', watch chains-goman Itsstfet Chair Cars cms all uains thto. tfh to Homoopathio Phyalclnn, chains, lady's wUh chain, do., this chain it which Chicago without chaste. furtively employed on the mate head off her course by the smalletst frac short, with a charm iti the form of hook. 12 gold Go via the Monuti at4 jet the IVtt - Kr.MLCK turning his back, I could distinctly tion of a jioint, I will blow out the braim Stanford fr the least ISAAC HAMIL'lON. finser rings, all mzcs. money Fur inlwtmalio ajilrrts of the man who lias charge of tho deck Rowland, Ky. make out the white quarter boat swing34 -- 10 lo IAS MAItKr.K.r. f A., ( h, OHice it a m.; to ., p n tj W G CRUSH. U V p in ing at her davits, the gleams off the nt the time." A.ln.i..st.e Orb. e on I ascaster street, opttle court hou-- t He slapiied his breast that the two glass of her windows, tho hurried II' cu ark onirn;. Co. bhadowiug oflarge sails as they swung might ues what he oouceulnl her in men ; up his bsixtiiut. and out and the flags hovering in reds there, and, OF STANFORD, KY., HalLed lelow. Th unfortunate cren-- OFnalS VdiYW FOT SaJB. and whites and blues from the jwik eud. 1IIK Is new fully organized and ready for butinets with Tho helm of our ship was shifted for her, turo Went entirely out of hit mind that ' lliKilt.Ulid they had to pinion hill! to I f(r for ulf my fart, two wile, N'h .f Man - 5200,000. and we got her right under our flying Paid up Capital of suss o xod land - kooJ end. There was not enough yawn prevent him from destroyiti"; liinibulf or r"i- eontainlBvr y$ all ecary osithuildini(t a house with I rssoms, y 15,000. in the foot of the foresail to disclose her iltuiliri.e iluntli f.i tl,.. ul.i.. 1... hn" f,,en JIarK.barn.itoodciti.raatth. Snrplus, run 0 . " from tho ioup. and it now 4 He uietl within the week, raving mad, k'"J' a' or. about 500 totoct fnut tr. t not n little to the relief of the mates, Mc'OI.TltTS. ..efor.. T. SUCCESSOR to the LINCOLN national o'clock and my turn to quit the deck, 1 Who could do nothing for llilll Iwvond Alo 4$acre.4 milestswuof Stanford; m. re btroueti torwiml ou to the forecastle to iiank of si'amoku, -; ntr. tmaii " V. Clark Ittiftoll L" Cttl,,'aUn1 Louiavutc a NatHVHic n. H. vatch tho vury obl picture OU the be.l (eeiiig him watched. NowcUsitie uo) with the tame atsettand under ' Ii.ai. ,1.. Wits ruHlieied UtrillliCHllt liovoiiil in Indeiwmlent. water. 44 the tame manaeenient. l. T M ' Is ihe li'.r for juu, a lit a.o deVositorT in 'National cx..rei0ii l.y her BZiinIinf colors and fully VrotLiTed Numlni; Twins. .NOTICB rOTHB.. Bank!, its shareholders being held individually 1) the mutilation Of her ubflft. Ayrotlti L22-S- 2 ,1',?- I wns called upon to perform mv first liable to the etent ot the amount of their ttocfc 0f SIOOU nferlllat OI10 if lli.. t ."1,r therein at the par value thereol. in addition to the rWT T UT 1 ( baptwm nuder ctrcumstanoes ' P D private I had not OOOtl M.ke close rontiet turn at Tf. PI llZlll,; too. invested in such share. It mat octat C'ltlieutU, Has nu rem sed my l)arler Snop to the Co'n amoutit ' UjfV ' executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as lully at lookinjr nbow three minuted when ono which, if not no embarrassing to mrrcial ),' I, i am (ilvirnl t aciutmidstt tiiless c i, 4nthu an individual. at well a. t'.ry may LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI or so amusing in the decription, were ' wji.h ill mj lir.c. f li .1 n als.i w.iie. .11 tall To those who entrusted their buitinett to ut of them exclaimed in n hoare voice: Fur all potato IV K Till while miiacint; the Lincoln National Hank ol "What, the blazes! Is that there muck not without a certain interest as betray- optr.ed in c.nuect.-- n w.th .1 Hotel, the 'nine Stanford, wehc here tender our mauv thank aud IHKoUGH TICKBTS S.JI.H. InC' m cr .. II te ing a lamentable hut bv no nieiis rare up mound her, or its she transact their business ISAOiiAGK CIIF.CKEI) UIM( ,.H trust they will continue to lgnoranco of tho simplest Scripture with us, offerinc as a guarantee fr prompt attenPar tion to tame, our twenty yeart ttcpertence in i itsfnttttastnt, rauulre i was tent for by the "The Flying Dtltchmlln,, or my oyes knowledge. banking and a liberal accouiinodalions as are conJ A CAKTrNTKIt A.e.n. Or ain't mates!" aid n second man in sub- mother of twin boys, and toon arrived willi noiiad banking. silient Mil Ks W. i' I'rNN. Ir ... ak.,, dued voice of miiiglod awo and astonish- upon a scene of the utmot wjuulor, din IIIKKCTOHt: I t It. Ki "ti Newport New. and destitution. A three legged table, First-CIas- s , mi.siiiui aiieyCo r. d. ment. J.J. Williams, Mt. Veiaon; hotid sssli'iulsHl 1 raint to 'Mv "Watoh her out! Smite mo. a rickety chair ami a bed on tho floor Ami onVr the lersicesof it to the public llrand J. M. Hall, Stanford; x Philadelphia if mortial eyes over seo the liko of that comprised all the furniture. Dirt reign- - s chicles and frcah blooded hjr. make in y J. S. Owslsy, fttunfordj with ed supreme, aud tho ashes from the fire- sljl.lr Now York, afore." S.J. Kmbry, Stauferd; r vi'5r sO t My gaze was upon tho hhip as tho men place reached half aero the floor. Tin. Tho Bost in tho Country. J. E. Lynn, StanUrd; All point. IUt and Suuthea.t A. W. Carpenter. Millodsaville; Gise m a call. woman, with matted hair and a squint tlnly one niht 01. t trom einit PIke. and sure enough I obsorved her to V W GRF.LN, J. K.Iiaughman, Huttonville; which guvo her an evil expression, feared be slowly melting out. not in though Currectcil Time Crd in r.Me. t Mas i. itJi W'l ri'ttTT t.' Vf aaKKiiaV.ass AL UURNs, Matiajer. Stanford; Cash, J fog were driving down upon her, but as Iter babies would die, aud u at least so William Gooch, Staaford, Ky. a rainbow dies, the tints shining and much knowledge of Chritwuity as to . S. II. Shanks, President. .!.,! at T ,, lading and perishing. lu a few mo- desire baptism for them. t Mail leave. Leaiu-t1 1 iVlllEi "VeJ5 I J. It. Owaley, Cashier ments all VM WinclwierS .j. Ml StrrfTnkf J ,..l1is. lliif ,., ,,, 'M$&5&OfJf Ml AIIE5 When nkesl to name them sho said was blank sea where she had A.hUnd 1) Ij pea, Catletuburjc la al, urn, n2 l Q7, m W.M.nrichl, Teller as they were twins sho would liko totax-I'aylu- s that i f J. II. lUuhinati, (ienvral ttonk Keeper, been. ''lf! vrv,mmr M a of LINCOLN coiv- - lliinunscoMKxpresspm leaves l,ciiii;iod Limited There was an expression of dismay on tliem called tallt and Abel, whom she TY I am prepared to collect you taxes fur lV,i pm, Winchester 7 ou.Mt Sterile 7 daily at e is 1tiir,szssy UfafM CT.7JyW j,,, Olive frupposed were the twiu brothers of ouri' h',e C,,"S Ux to cjilicct ir n districts. qui, AsnUimI 10 jo CatltlUburK 104,1, amila Hill every whiskered face I at lluntinettm at 11 07 pm glanced at. The captain, tho mate and first mother. pointed out hor mistake, that eserv w ill trv to be first to settle Aeeojimodation, dally, except Sunday, leases NATIONAL BANK tiumber of passengers wero moving and and remonstrated, moreover, Upon tho w,,n me or one of my deputies vu. Richard M Lexington at 5 pin. Win. he.ter 7 10, Jit bier Twenty mile the Shortest to linn 7 it, arris nt at Olive Hill at 10 pm. moping like goblius over tho brass rail namo of rs..!.. as ....:. and of evil omen. Newlatid, SaiuuelW Mcnefvemknkfke 1. v OF STANFORD, KY, Accommodation, dallr except Sunday, leases Sherilf ol Lincoln Co. at tho break of the poop in search of tho one Knew ausoiuteiy notning of tlie JC("1 t.rxingtsn at 11 oam, Winchester lata pm, Mt. Sterling I oj pm Daily leave Ohse Kill 6 it am' Making direct connections in Central Uuiou amazing phantasm. It was, of course, a fratricide. A girl of ten in the room, ' d. A til t.i ml 8 45 am, Catlettsbinj 9 01, arrises HuKt pot for mirage; but it took all hands, from the uion my refusal of Cain, exclaimed: Capital Stock-SurpluK0UEOFA7HIC SALVE, inton 9 15 am. St Louis, Michigan Points,' Chicago, "Have it Isril. mother!" 1 down to the cook's mate, AV.-H- t Detroit Cleveland. Jtottml. Iluffalo, IG,500 skipper realize it, 60 marvelous had some ever, the name of David and chose, how-- ! Indianapolis and the West, time to put an end Fast Mail lease llumlnijton d.illy at 600 am, been Canada. New England, Catletttbari; 6 a;, Ashland 6 37, Ollse Hill 8 10, Mt Attention of the public t tnsited to the fact the illusion, so substantial to the visiou to the discussion. Cor. London Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, tkin diseases, 1017, "inciicsicr 11 uj anu arrises i.rx- - 2Hcw Manford. Hank that thi is the only National National in llank Act. that rolling and stately fabric, so exquicom, bullions, piles, tittula, scratches, halter llizt at 11 os pm Under the provisions of the dew- poison and bruise. Wherever il has burns, llaltimor Limited Kxpreit leases Huntington dailv at ao Washington, The Mallet Girl' lleuiliiiiitrteri.. uiiiueipnia. depositor are secured not only by the capital sitely had the painted mirroring of her Quickest tune to Harrodsbure, been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and pm, Catltttsburjf Ollse Hill jo, Ashhnd ..J-- , liability lor in fitted the Hue of 1.,,, Kv ill.- ki.cL holder Tlie most curious of all the agencies its propensity for lemovins soreness is remarka- 301, Mt.Mcillng 4 .(J, Winchester 4j. and urrlves Shone," anV the sea. With some Richmond, VIRGINIA ji depositors of amount equal to the stock, to that of $400,000. fancy that tho real object could not bo is certainly tlie ballet girls' agency. ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and at LexinirtMi at 5 30 pm. vmckesi nne to this Inttitution are tecured by a fund or the bank will Sunday, leaves TATMTimir Accommodation, dally -- .fKITsTt- - st-- . lar oit, the captain continued to head in iliere come all tho dancers of the conti and appear in this space at a later date. Made Olive 11.11 4 am. Mt. Merlin Five worn ttatement of theconditiou told by a5. W 'inchetter X jtU u the United A are made each year toare examined Sutet WMM)UJUi).X S u$ am. 7ljandarrivetat Lexitujluu at J. U HIOGINS, Stanford, Ky. at tated times the direction in which tho mirage had nent, and from thence they are shipped iltassett Solid Trains, haut;aiti car, tmokini; cars Acio.rrodatlon daily leases Huntington at 6 35 and br eoverntnent agents, thut tecuriug addititoual biione until the darkness came, when tho off all over the world. Tho ballot is pm, CatlctttburK 657, Ashland 7 10 and arrives at Coaches, Pullman lloudolr Sleepers thioush with. depoiimr. and perfect tafety tooriKinilly established ship was brought to her cuurwi nfresii.. considered to bo in its decadence, but John II. Castleman "t change via Chattan.oa, liirmlnehani Merid the .. A. G. Lauham Olive Hill S 55 pm. Except Sunday leases M t This institution. 'an making direct connectiont en route for Knot $S '"" arris et a Sterlinit at ao pm, Winchester uuys ueiore We Sailed troill Cal- - that is a great mistake. There have , stamoru in lajj, men ville, Athesille, Lynchburtrand pointt in the LexinKtonat a 45 pm ws of tW ves- - never been so many dancers as there are Limited Veslibuled F.xpress run daily and tas been some leagues below today. Perier has U.OOO addresses on his Stanlord in iS8a, hat had practically an uninter- - bel. bile Pullman Vestibuled Iluffet Sleeper between Lourupled existence of ii years It it better supplied tuo Horizon on which her likeness was list. Tho agency is an odd bight when isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and for Atlanta, prompt made part of the ton, Charleston, Augusta, Columbus, Wiliuiug now with tacililie for transacting busines Old Point Comfort Thi train Macon, Savannah. aud ly and liberally than ever before in it long fidu- painted, signaling for assistance to an- the engagements are being made. celebrated City. .otnasi...d FLOIll' DAlimms' honorable career Account of corporations, other ship seven or eight miles distant The rooms theim-elvearo on the V. Tho only line runuinif solid trains with choice ciaries, firms and Individuals retpectfully from her. Had the quality of tho at- ground floor, three wee closets into East of Huntington on the C. ,V O. Route Pullman floudoir cr Paface mosphere remained as it was, by which which scarcely a score of people could bo Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sunday be- vrnvillc without clunge forSleeping Car to Jack The Directory of this Rank 11 composed ol any class of pasten tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct gersor batrgage. I mean had the irilrago lingered awhile crammed; but the courtyard is large, T. J. Foster, of Stanford; connection at Huntington with C V O. ; at Ath Selina arid Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur louger, no doubt wo should have brought and into tliut tnero crowd tome sixty or Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; j ml wuii S. V. R.: at Winchester with K C U . .w..,w, ..iciiiimi. anu AitrcArsSAb point, R north and south bounu, and at I.exini;toii with bliortmt and qtiickeit to Anniaton Sebna. Mo the simulacrum of the other veas-e- into eighty ballet girls, jolly, noisy creatures, J. W. llayden, Stanford; L & N., L. S. and C , N. O. & T. P. Railroads. S. H Itausbman, Lincoln; view. Thus it will be seen that ships as full cf fun and mischief, teaming any unLexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, hMISI M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; rxcept Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and Houston, wltlioiitomnibui tranifeiforGnIveston Austin, well as men have their ghosts. happy man who may fall into their misfrom K C pointt and at Lcxingtoi. with I.. ,V N. S. T. Hart it, Liocoln; TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. R R. for Louisville. chievous clutches. They tickle him, S. Hoeker Stanford; J. Lexington and .Ml Sterling Accommodation Ihe only through line to Jackson and Vicksbure This recalls to mo another incident, they pull his hat over his eyes and genMANAGERS, U. A. Lackey, Lincoln; runs dally except Sunday, and nuke. direct con Mist. , Shrcveport La., making direct belonging, however, to no exiiericnce of erally make his life a burden to him. iieriiun nt Winchester to and from Mlddh.lir. without ommbiit trantfer for Dallas connertioni T. 1'. Hill, Stanford; Fcrt Commerce Building1, Louisville. .ugh and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. Austin San Antonia, El Paso and pointtin Worth my own. It was the chief mate of this No ono can control the turbulent band W. G. Welch, Stanford. Itr. for Louissille. W. 1'. Tate, Stanford bame ship from whose deck we sighted but Perier himself, who, with an OlymFor full information in near ts rate, routes. TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Agents throughout tlie South. Ac , apply to any agent of tin or connecting lines tho mirage who told 1110 tho story. Ho pian frown and n stern and resonant cry OFFICERS: . . .....iKii ,,, Luricci county mapt and lul Ti t infOrtnilfnn ll .... A. ... was tiiird mate of a very haudsomo clip-jo- r of "Silence!" contrives occasionally to 'lL E. HUNTINGTON, C. L. DROWN, r. S. Hoeker, 1'ietident; oraddre.t , FRANK V. WOOLLKV Ky Cash er V. P. and U. 31., Vi. r. A., hark, bound to a New Zealand port. bring fhe imriah lot into comparative 7. A. TP.IBBLS, Losai Ag-satJohn J, iIcRob:rts. Act., l.exinetnn Lexington. Kv. A tant Cashier Tho captitiu of her was a tall, austere order. Pari4 D. MM. I. VD siav. ijuD. G. EDWARDS, W. M':rvinne A. Cor. Philadelphia TeleW.S. HARRISON. G W. HARNBV, KY. STANFORD. Trathc Maner mnn, with a grizzly bean! and an eye of graph. G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P.A.,AthlandK ' Cincinnati, O ! FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor ulcers, catarrh, consumption, use most i j i the i j . J Ayer's Sarsaparif (a safe, and j ; 1 Is a Candidate lor Sheriff of I, mroln comii tub The through sleeping cariersice Over the C. Lot on Main Stanford jeet to the action of the UcmncratU part) II .11) and Michigan lautral Railroad t.teen Cincinnati sla Toledo and Detroit ami thn fnlrr OontMiuin: acres. Ham of Mackinac ami the Northern Lake resorts I has been resumtd for the season These curs erm, ,,.v T K WALTON, Stanlnrd. Iravo Cincinnati every selling except Sstunl y, :u 100 ciocx, arming at .tiackiuaw ai o to the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, m t esetiint; STANFORD, KY. For rates, tickets, etc , address any C., II. Ar I). agent orb O McCarmick Keueral pastengcrand OiTnc In Odd relloa' Huilding. up tUIrs tii kct Aent, Cincinnati, t). Ort'ce houti 7 to 8 a m., to 1 i m , 7 lo S p m I will delis er Lime at aj Cents a Ilushel In LanBucklen's Arnica Salve caster, Stanford and the neighborhood. I will alto load on cars at Crab .Orchard, Urick The best sals r In the world for cuts, bruises, ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fwser sores, tetter, chap- at 75 cents a hundred C.ive me a chance. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, crup ajGm FKH Klll'KOKR, Crab Orchard. tions and posttiv!) cures piles, or no pay requir ed. It it guaranteed to give perfect satislactioc, Has lug purchased the interest u( iny former Price 1; ents per bos. nr money refunded partner, Mr. W. K. M I'hersnn I ask liberal abate of the patronage of the people of Rowland For tale by A. K. I'ennv, Ststitord, Ky. ! ami sicitiltr. I will contlnu- - the cftth dullness which the tirm of Hilton A Mcl'tcrson started .! Electric Bitters. to di, ami think I can essily prose why II wilt !, This remedy is becoming o well known and beneficial to botn mv customers and myself For instance knk at these prices, ro founds irranuli popular at to need no spiii.il mention All who In the corporate limits o Rowland h.ixeuscd Klcctric Hitter .ititf the mine son of led sugar for li, Atbuckle coffee at cents per praise A purer medicine doe not cunt and it it pound and all other godt in proportion Al) ss II J DAKS I', Rcwlind. tin all that l claimed Klcctric e an hand at all timet lumber and shingles for guaranteed to le ItittLn will cure all diseases of the Lis rr and KidII Mil ION J neys, will remove I'lmplcs, Hulls, Salt Itheuitiand r 57 Rowland. Kr ill other affections caused by impure blood ,,o-"- " and tuesent as time Malaria from the vtem For acure o( well at cure all Malarial Fever Headache, Constipation and Indigestion tr Klcctric Hitters Kntirc satisfaction uaurantced or Price 50c and 31 per bottle nones refunded P11'"1 Came to my idv elast vterk. ahlacL lf.ir Mnl STANFORD, K . on the port warn, and is nanus nign, ha uren Wutkeil a litlli- - Otvn.r clin- - A U 1'cniM's drugstore can get him by paii.rf f.rhls keep., g aud thit im )0r kccl wns by the I01M0 s li adsertitemtnt AWondor Worker. ing through it at some. even miles in the JIM McCOKMACK. Mr I rank ltuftmaii,a young man of llurlii.g st.tt Stanf r.i, Ky hour. Tho captain, putting down his tn, O , state that he had been umlrr the car id physicians used theiriic.it1 hit Hotel, lennsated ami relurmsl-ed- . sextant, walked aft to the binnacle and two prominent was not able and get around, 'the) It bmv until he I intend went to a to stood before it, holding his watch in his pronounced his case to be (.onsuinpuon ami incu- in my charge and its high to conduct it hot only maintain SALE OF a.id reputation, but rable. He was persuided to try I)r King New toltt long Hit of friends. Special ac- omni.ntj-tionsfo- r ,mm1, lnoro wns a "But " of fever in Discovery for C..suinption Coughs and Cold (ommercial traselers and tine looms for the gaze he rooted upon the dial nlate and at thai r svat 1.01 able ta walk aero, the the dispkiy ef samples, had Suddenly he called on the second mate street without teslljp; lie found before he bethalf of a dollar bottle that he as much A First-Clas- s who hail charge: "Hands to the jwrt used he continued to use it and it ter, eniownii I will frrll m braces. Get the yards trimmed for a gM)() health If you hasc .in) throat, lung or And HILLIARD and l'OOI. ItOOys attached. tnett trouble try it trial bottle tree at A. II westerly course. Dowu below." The 1'enn) silrviK store Jt)SEI'lI COIhhV. j7tl the dead blackness of unpolished jet Instead of speaking of him as tho "old man." hh sailors called him "tho monk." Ho wn. exceedingly reserved, said littlo or nothing nt table or on deck outside such instructions ns he had to give; yet, bjiHo of his monastic or collegiate looks, ,,.,iM, ., Irrl.f '"" him to adorn pulpit rather than a merchantman's quarterdeck, ho was nn excellent sailor, poseH'd of thorough knowledgo of eery want or ins vocation, and a man of considerable refinement of sneech Nothing particular occurred until tho little bark was drawing on to tho equator, when it was observed that tho captain grew restless. Ho seemed unable to sleep: throughout tho night watches he was incessantly arriving on deck, and for a whole half hour at a time he would stand right in front of tho binnnrlo. nl. souring it to the sight of the man at tho wheel, and keeping his eyes fixed upon "" me meicssairor a persou lct.in in "is sleep. At noon ono day the "" " ""3 lu,,,m lo noo" six miles C, H. & D. Through Oar to Mackinaw. It. It. GENTRY Street in 1 io Dr. II. C. Kimiicllcy, l:fifd LIME AND BRICK. 1 fob, cash: oixxrz. 11 . .For Sale Twenty Kitilclinir Iots 1 PORTMAN HOUSE, Stray Mulo. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. . - il-- JENNETS 22d, I to-sl- Has Cured Others cure PRICE, j THE RILEY , e $1,000 Cash.. A- i I ' Every Month a WAKirma. wat-Ca- ll -- ' Good Farm For Salo. , THE Rowland. r Kentucky. 9-- irr' ' Female Regulator Bradfleld's i ,.u ii , ICE, ICE li R ELKIN Stanford, ' 'II ' - -- ' ' '" I ' $200 BEWABD. 1 PENNY, ' Dentist. ' JOHN t ic od 1 1 1 Ho-ir- 1 , lffliTiti A 4, Farmers Bank& Trust pit-kiii"- 1 WORTH "TaTEST, jib-boo- - j pV-t- " K-in- i "" a- - B I , I I , ,ilt-Kr- , ,", ; myf "'''U Double Dally Trains ' 1 ht KJlfKHS 1 c - uulJ,u sx , I I !r"-"N- ', HOUSE OLD KY. BOUTS' I.ivcrv Stable, in n- Washington, Baltimore r 1 mtJ. M 1 11 1 1 TA2223S tax-Dar- er TA2IES iizri:,r oa 4 I vwmk 'Z. York, . 1 j iSrfl fsirj' VJS'fY fe? 110 m wart-ridde- n, FIRST iJkiBSinWaSSiS O(K0J(IKfATJ, I . j s .$200,000 'ME - Tit-Bit- s. Boston, 1 - 1 1 exr-ep- t govern-menta- nd A J 96-i- r' Q. T $& 93-i- ""'" " lff-k"df 1 1 I f tf l"oin ' ROYAL OF LlVERPOOIs. CJAH.Q)LIC1AS, I solic-te- d. s Insurance Company, F. F. I l BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl -- '. yr