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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891092501 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. fiT - t JSVf r ' f 1 t . V"7".! S. v " " - J Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEiMBER 25. 1891. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. HUST0NVILLE. NO. 59 Letcher Owsley him tendered his resiKimtion hs captain of the (.inltlier Light Infantry. ICT, died -,. ......... ... MionSallio Jeniiliius, nedf PI...J vr.- -j hi uie reaitieueo 01 ner bibum, night and was ton Anderson, Tuesday buried at Antioch Wednesday afternoon. A largo crowd of young folks from hero attended the "candy pulling" given by Mirs Dove Harris at her sdiool-houbnear Hyattaville Monday. They all re port n tleliglitful time. Any one desiring io have any corn moved will do well to call on Jack Stormes, John hurra, Johu L. Anderson or Charley Anderson. They are "Iiosh-ftt- " and will do jou rig'ut. The Now York Press Bays: "Ap pearances indicate tlint u pictunwiiiu feature of the present campaign will be the jackass in politics." The I'ress fails to eay whether there is anything new in Jllea Mflry .Mortimer lalmnye, the Fort Sale. 1500 ewes. Givcus fc Carter. 4t. iiininer oi uev. i. laminae, im soon to wcl Mr. Mantel I). Now corn is selling at S1.C0 in n number of counties. .Jr:, .. list fiscal year .S0S,7Jt7 IIIC Robert McAlister bought of I. Shelgallons of rum were shipped from Bos- -I by Tevis 8 mule coltw nt zi0. ton to Africa, and the shippers realized John L. Waters sold to Sim Cook a the handsome amount of f.Ril.li'.U for lot of stock hogs at .'! cents. their contribution to the mission for M. 11. UoutetiKold to Wilson of Boyle the chriatiauizatioti of the I)jrk Cotiti-- I a bunch of fat yearlings at 10. nent. . F. Hayden sold to D. N. I'rewitt Henderson Young and Miss Annie a lot of butcher cattle at 2J cents. Uelle Itangh were made husband and Jell' Jones sold to Shelby Harbison, wife by Judge W. K. Varnoii yesterdny. of Lexington, a sorrel gelding for $175. H. B. A K. P. Woods have bought of The bride is aprcttv voting l.idv of Borne L'l) summers, while the groom is indus- various parties (50 mule colts at from $40 trious young farmer. May happiness to ;.S0. always he theirs. Bourbon county sold head of Mr. Joe (,'itrr, K. 0. Agent at Lan- - cattle last week that brought to her citicasd-r- , and Miss Dora Hacker, daughter zens S'ioO.OOO. f Mr. Theodore Hacker, of Kast Main Tlie Louisian i sugar crop is reportstreet, will be married The ed as likely to reach from 100.000,000 to groom is an excellent voting railroad 500.000,000 pounds. H,j8 B. D. Holtzclaw sold to J. S.Owsley, The services of the balloon weather man and the bride a pretty air! in her Iincas- - teens and the Climax wishes them years Sr , 8 yearling steers at :'. and bought of witch are much needed around him a brood mare for $S.rj. ter;ust at this time. The water in the of happiness. Kiehmor.d Climax, M. S. Baughinaii sold to D. N. I'rewMin Nancy Franks, who died in is giving out, the sptings are no-- ' cisterns itt ii yo..o of oxen forSlL'O and an Alder-nejug dry and the univs is becoming parch- - Jnnt county this week, had reached the bull to Eugene Woods for $J6. unuiual ae of 11W years. Her husband ed for w nut of rain. J K. liruce bought of It. T. McKob died at the aire of I! and she never -- Tuesday at noon as the hptcial and stock train was leaving town married. This couple had s children and erts l'y acres of Land adjoining his farm ' grauddhil-derailed- . 011 Hawkins' liranch at S:?l per acre. two tats of wheat and two of cattle were 'rom these have sprung s) Allerton trotted a mile at Independ't great-th- e The accident was caticed by dren, cinldiuii and ence, Iowa, in L'.Uii with little or no track sieading. It was" o'clock on K'u"t-K"ithe live generations trouble and hid owner stivs he can go in morning before the track "70 persons. J:07. representing was ilea red. I'ichlield A; Leathers haw refuted Mr. Madison Caweln, the latent KenThirty yen s niro and more fifty latucky poet, writes of a "Tall shaped lady dies of tiie First church at .Milford, an oiler of tlOO.000 for the like the letter I." If he had said in Conn., formed a socitity of old maids, trotting borne Monbars '20, for which plain Kentucky vernacular that she every one of whom vowed they would they pitid ? 7,500 last year. John T. Hughes fold to John Long, looKed like a noble grand worthy beau never marry. Kuch member paid J5 on pole, his meaning would have been bet- HdmisMon, the iutcrc-- t on he principal of Kansas City, his tine team of coach ter understood. to be the finest thus raised to be expended iu annual horses for ?L',0d0-sa- id -- The Heading, (I'ii.,) county county dinners, while the principal itself was to pair of coach horses iu the Slate. convention, held mi the lilth lust., elect- go to the member who remained un- Georgetown Times. Budd Doble has refused to trot Naned the first delegate in the United SuttH married the longest. Iu the three deto the Republican National Convention cades which have succeeded all but 13 cy Hanks against Allerton at Lexington, of ls.r2. The delegate, Augustus M. 0f the original f0 huvu married, nud, as next month, for$o,000 ndded money. He High, was "instructed for Hlaine." How thestormsof CO winters have whitened says she ii an exhibition animal nnd is that for High'' the hair of the faithful, it looks as if does not wish to ruu the risk of having The poet of thoNew York Press they would stick. It is a question who her beaten. One of the largest cattle sales mndo has this about the tourist.: "They're will outlive hII the others ami receive back from the mountains, they're back the reward, which now amounts to this season was made by b'. D. Goiriast from the shore, where erst were the rout nearly $1,000. They held their annual Thurodav to M. Kahn for Goldsmith Bros. asO head were sold at STi.lotobe and the revel, and the pastor returns to bunitiet Monday. delivered about Nov. 1. The cattle will his people once more from the world,' A Dkluatk lie kt:oN.- -" I've Kot a average the tlesh and the devil." This reminds out 1,000 poueds nnd will fetch woman the neit little sum of J25,000. Winchesjob for you," said the us of the preacher who took for his text, 'The world, the tlesh and the devil," to the young lawyer, according to the ter Sun. and opened by announcing that he Chicago News. Mr. J. F. Farris has on his place a "Yes?" would pen k briefly on the world, dwell young gilt that is suckling a litter of "That's what. Damage suit." lightly upon the flesh nnd hasten on to pigs belonging to another sow and seems '"You tee, niv man he goes to a picnic to furnish sutlicient Uie devil ms fast us possible. milk for all. Mr. Miss Mamie Curry has returned from not long ago and there was a b'loon -a Henry Tra lor has a young heifer that ' vimt to Misses Ueorgie and Tom Moore eetision. Of courM he had to be foolln' is giving about a gallon of milk a day. atMarksbnry. Mrs. Fan Huilman Far-- j around helpin' to hold the thing down. The above items were given to us by :is is able to be out again after a brief and when the feller hollers 'let go,' reliable man who will vouch for their wns my man -- he kep er triithftiliit'bs. Tom Ferrill, of How hind, was azsr-th- at here Wednesday. Tom is gutting to he hangin' on and was carried up nigh a The Advocate reports sales of almost as broad as he is long. Dan Ly- - quarter of a mile. 1, feeding cattle at ."i "Then it occurred to Kleazar to let go. by T. Love Lillard, a bunch of fat hogs ons was in town Tuesday, representing a publishing house. Mr. Geo. Wahlon is Down he conies, light on the railroad at 11 by. I W. Harlan, J. C. Caldwell in Cincinnati buying goods for W.T. track. bought l.0 d cattle at ilj; D. "That is, he would a hit track, I guess, N. I'rewitt bought a bunch of l.OoOdb., West. During his absence T. W. Held tills his place as salesman for Mr. Witt, if a fain hadn't been rnttlin' along jiet Wayne cattle at 'J SO mid I). C. Terhune Hiram Hiatt.of Missouri, was in town then, which 'Knocked him into a old bought a lot of mule colts at ?oT) to S7o. Wednesday. Maj. (i. Matt Adams was well that was keerlessly left open near Advocate. here this week mingling with his many by. Who would not like to be a race"Now, I want to know who I'm goin' horse in order to be treated with tl friends. 0 It is well enough now and then to get' to git damages from the b'loon man. distinguished consideration awarded to back to original principles. Acting up- - the railroad, or the feller that owns that the great running horse Donovau, tho on this idea the con. con. has appointed well?" Duke of Portland's proud possession? a committee on punctuation, tins is The editor of tho Maysville Common- Donovan was taken from New Market to eminently proper, for if perchance a weal blushingiy confesses that his boss Welbeck, England, the other day, and comma should be inserted where a education is so deficient that he doesn't so as to insure his traveling with the ought to be, there is no tell- know what a "ringer" is Well, Samuel, greatest possible luxury, and prevent ing what terrible results might follow. a "ringer" is a horse that rtius, not un- his being kept waiting at intermediate Wonderful changes are caused by not der his own, but under another horse's stations, like poor ordinary mortals, a minding your stops ami ny not neing name For i,lgtanc(t Polk Hadget, a special train was retained for his use. A A particular with your punctuation. Mnitt.n," wuaentered at Latouia, hut whole retinue of grooms weut with him minister was once Handed a paper to Tanner, with a record of 1:11, imperson- aud his slightest wants were attended to read in his church to the following ef- ated Polk and wou some $30,000 for tho throughout the trip with the most scrufect: "A man going to flea, his wife de- perpetrators of the fraud. Again, there pulous and minute care. The Duke if sires the prayers of the congregation for was Tom Henry but let that go. Sami-ve- Portland has insured Donovan's life for his safety," but as the comma was placed beware of the riugers. Louisville fl'Jj.OOO. after the word wife instead of the word Times. m Kentucky's Great Trot. sea, it sounded to the astonished audi"Very interesting conversation in Every lover of the light harness horse going ence something like this: A man asked papa, suddenly t Jrustiug should reatl the programme of the greatto Bee his wife, desires the prayers of tho here?" his head in through the conservatory est trotting meeting ever held, in Ken congregation for his surety." Hut nil jesting; aside, it is important that the door, where Ethel, Mr. Tompkins and tucky, if not in America, that appears in another column. constitution makers should dot their 'i's' little Eva sat very quietly. "Yes indeed," said Ethel, ready on Tho Kontucky T. H. 15. Association is aud cross their 't's' and mind their p's the safety of the instant with a reply. "Mr. Tomp- the most progressive club of its kind in ana g's for therein consists the State. It would bo well if they kins and I were discussing our kith and America and richly deserves the patronage of alL Tho meeting begins at Lexwould not stop at this, but appoint a kin weren't we, Eva?" "Yeth, thath what you wath," replied ington, Monday, October VJ, (County committee on spelling also, and go on up into arithmetic and especially gram- little Eva. "Milliter Totnkinth thaid, Court Day), and continues through the mar and logic; and when this is done 'May I have a kith?' and Ethel thaid, week. Every day has unusual attrac" tions and on tho first 'day will be seen and the reunion is complete, why not You kin.' race ever witthe greatest submit it again to the people, for whom Stranger How are the crops? nessed, as then Monbars, Ralph Wilkes it is intended. Farmer Not wot they ought to be. and Arnorean come together for the Too much rain. A Los Angeles, Cal., paper says thero of Ihe farm next flrstnnd only time. On the second tlay Hem! Tho owner are GO slaves in that city wlioso owners of not havingenough the Transylvania Stako Jworth not less of Bale of their bodies and deal to youis complains hold bills than $3,000 will be contended for, but in them as horses and cattlo are bought rain. the horses do not have to be named till "Well, he's got a durn sight bigger and sold. The slaves are Chinese woOctober 1st. This race was wou in 1SS0 than I have. New York Weekly. men ami dare not attempt to escape, as farm by Jack, and in 1S90 by McDoel, and would mean death. such an nttempt are you doing out there, Jen- has become a fixture of national impor"What They range in price anywhere from SHOO nie I" shouted her father. tance. On the same day Dr. Sparks and to $3,000, according to their age ami "I'm just saying good night to Valissa will .lo battle for the beauty. George." crown, and so the public will be "Well, as it takes you so long, I will treated to two of tho greatest contests Antelope Valley, says tho Los Angeles over witnesed. Writo to Ed A, Tipton, Times, reports tuis year 05,000 acres of Bay it foryou good nizht, George." George went so quickly that he forgot .Secretary, Lexington, for list of entries which wheat as flue as any in California, . and ho will mail it as soon as published. will average SJ sacks (about 1,100 lbs. to reply. Exchange. 1 Four or vo years ago th s I to tho acre). With a blow from his fist George "If Secretary Jllainu nns any organic vast territory was iuuiTect n desert. Now tkiuble. whereabout does it lie?" "On- - Weines killed Joseph Shefield iu Jeil'er-soits nrain croti alone will bring to tho county. ly n tho Harrison organs. producers over $1,000,000. i;eiu ......... j ""'!. e ' ' to-da- ' ' Carpenters are fitting new sills to front of Weatherford Hotel and other improvements ure contemplated. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. our town is dressing up handsomely after a long rest. 1891. An eye witness of Judge Lynch's Supinor operations at Somerset, Monday night n Full corp.ot Comcr.Uory and N'ormil chwl teachcri. circular cojrie. in Literature, Music and Art. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and furnished on application. week, was at Hustouville Tuesday afternoon and reported it the most businesslike transaction iu that lino of work of which he ever heard or read. A couple of our handsomest boys had a little set to a few days since over u B. BLAKEMAN, flight misunderstanding, but prompt in- terposition of friends prevented disfig- ureinent of either. But for such occa- - The record of tbe Stanford Malt- Academy for thorough work, has lieen in the it, exceptionally s and friends that no pains will be spare to maintain its farmer aioiial episodes our police oliicera would pood, and we would assure its hitfh standard. be sinecures indeed. The course of study Mill include all !iran ln ntwiun' to nreniro fur the Freshman rl.i. In Otl- ano seeking a first class fcnjll ed John A. Frye bought the WillianiB leze ion ai me same lime win uc arrnnei to met-- trie want nt tnoscspecial course In arithmetic h and neat For those who may desire to htthemse'.s'es for huslaets, a house and 12 acres of laud at Petersburg, book Veenine will be mtrked out The fail will open TUESDAY, SEPT 1ST. and it is cpsciiily desirable that all pupils be pres near Moreland, at o,") per acre. Ueoige cut on that day. TUUMS: Alford 6old his farm of OS acres in same neighborhood to Culutiiuu Wyatt, of (Tor fue months, payable quarterly in adsance. with reasonable deduction for protracted sickness.) I'rlmary Department Jiz.fo Jessamine county, for 3,000, taking in Intermediate Department 17.50 part payment u Hue. atalliou valued at Classical Department ai.j9 .In-dee- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, d STANFORD MALE ACADEMY F. Principal. 1 - pat-on- ; y ' ' ht ol nd n. $1,000. U. C. Cowan sold a lot of fancy feeders to a .Madison couuty buyer for J.3o. Mr. C. bought the lot last lallj of Iluun Uur us at. the highest tiguro paid in this end and thought a rather douht- mi investment by many conservatives. Uut it is an oil' Uay when Gill doesn't plant his every shot in the black. 1'hegrL-a-t value of the Intehiok Jout.v.M. as an advertising medium is aguiu evidenced in tthe return ol Jim Buck, Dr. Brown's ap.iuiel. lieebanced .'-'o, Incldertnl Fee 1.00 Centre College Academy DANYILLE, KY. The Xcxt Session of this Institution Begins Sept. 9, With a lull course of study, bot'i Fnjjish tnd Classical While the course of instruction is especially adapted to prepare youn n en for the Fresh-naClass, it Is intended at the same time to furnish liberal I.nglivh education to any whu desire It. In connection with the Academy n A Horns Boarding" & Training" Department to have strayed toward Stanford aim his identity was established and he safely restored to hia anxious ownerantl admirers several hours in advauce of Uncle Sum's delivery of the paper at our ollice. from Has been established in the home and under the personal contrrl of the Principal. Regular study hours .inder the supcnlsion ol the I'nn- ipal anil assistants and the restraint and eoscrnment of a Christian home are corr billed with Ihe best educational advantages. For turther particulars in regard to liuard, tuition, cu , address JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. ' hard-face- d ' I h- 11 i ' d l,lo0-pouu- ' semi-colo- n Sijuire Adams and wife are back .1 week s visit to relatives in the Huublo neighborhood. Mrs. Cumuitz is home after two weeks' pleasant and protitable sight seeing through the three big towns on the northern bolder, hue kept an auxious loots out for au extia supply of power she heard the conductor of a stalled electric car order, but never did see it delivered. Misses Blauche Twidwell returned last Friday front Cincinnati. Our toivu is still looking up iu tho matter of beautifying exteriors. A new strtet has been graded from Danville Avenue to the College, a good sidewalk laid along that street, as well as new' and improved sidewalks iu various por-tions of the city. The old Cooper Hotel was withdrawn at $600. Mr. Cecil was, otlered $1,500 cash for his property a few years ago, when it was thought by many ' good citizens that Hiiatouville would ' soon be a largo railroad town. Dry weather is becoming distressing in this end and water vagous are in dailv requisition, springs, which main- tainetl a How during the drouth of s? have stopped nnd others never known dry before are "dry as a powder horn." What was luxuriant fall grass two weeks ago is assuming a midsummer aspect, the foliage of fields and forests is browning with amazing rapidity aud a big per cent of chilly corn is nu assured A few farmers have sown w leat, but most hive beun compelled to suspend plowing and au experience similar to that of 'SI is dreaded. That fill many farmers but fairlv began prep arations for wiiat iu September when forced to suspend and it was late in November before enough rain fell to render plowing practicable. That an unusually dry fall was followed by oue of the severest winters on record and the wheat crop was nominal in acreago and scarcely worth harvesting in most fields Liz-zieuu- d mO'l S. E. Cor. 4. tli Book-keepin-g, (JdmHq: Ac Vine, Cincinnati, Type-Writing, O. Short-Han- d, Telegraphy, Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, Penmanship and all Business Branches. Twelve Instructors. Up with the time. 1802. Large and nourishing. confidence of Established the HuslneM Community. Tits thoroughly for UuMnc&i Pursuits. Has the The $tudent ure in demand and are aided in securing employment. Tho charges are reasonable. Board can bo hail in the city nt low figures. Day nnd Night Hetalnni. Does as promises. Investigation solicited. Bend for catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. 1 C'?k'9??Rk9MB&HHfi ! for I recommend It a Infants and Children. dl- - "CastorlaUso well superior to any prescription adapW to children that II. A. Archer, M. D., Vnown to me." Ill So. Oxford St,, KrooUyn, K. Y. Eructation, Sour Stomach, Dlarrha-aKills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes 1 pesuou. I Without Injurious medication. Caotorla cures Colic, Constipation, . Tub Ckntiur Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. mis-firtun- e. FARRIS & HARDIN. Dealers In- - Staple andFancy Groceries, Hardware Queen- s- Glass- - and Tinware. SEE OX7B.BIiEGA.lTT 1I1TE OF LAMPS. A l, Thero is wonderful devotion In the Fijian converts to their reliRfous duty. They chant the Apostle'a Creed and To Deiim, nnd are very earnest in prayer. They have become hottest and industrious and show deep, Christian work in theirhearts. It iH indeed the work of tho Spirit, these islands converted from heathenism and cannibalism iu so short a time. Once when John I. Blair, the octogenarian railroad millionaire of New Jersey, was in the witness box in Kansas City. a lawyer said to him: ".Mr. Blair, why is it that your 6on dresses so stylishly, whole you wenr clothes that are so plain?" . HTM. . xuaiiHvery easy 10 answer, sir, my son has a rich father. I hid a poor fa-- FRESH CAR-LOA- D OF !;ins KANAWHA SALT v:n:v::. m m sals, ' will at his Ute residence, on i I The Executors ot Thomas M. Lillaid, deceased, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1891, cfler at public sale his fine Firm of 4J0 Acres, located on the Danville A Stanford turnpike, tour miles from Danstlle and 6 fromStanford. This farm mutt be seen to be apprecated. A few salient points are thce: ist. The land isrlch and productive. as the crops now upon it prose, ad, It it splendidly fenced and watered. 3d, It has been firmed judiciously for 30 j ears by one of the best farmers in t e State and now it it free from all weeds or Impediments to the richest returns. 4th It is so ihoroushly improved that 1.0 expense will be required on it for ycart. 5th, 'I he house cost t 000 and is a lnrije, briel:, splendidly built, with 10 looms, nuinerutis closets and lar;e halls, busemci t under hole houso and good out houses. 6th. it i onlv a ml.es by pike to Datitllle, the educational centre ot Ken tucky 7th, 1 he neighborhood and social surroundings are nowhere excelled. Sth, It it as good a fine lioite and stock farm at can be found oth, It is e;ualljr us good for grain and annual Ltopt nt for stotk ud (Truss, iclh. It has been kept larg ly in grats lor many jean. Ninety acres will !e sou u In wheat by the day of tale; the balance of the farm is in Krai, except 40 acres reserved for corn Terms of sale easy At the same time and place will offer for tale a tract of Knob Land containing aMiiit lau acres, well timbered and within half s mile of Junction City.l Alto tho Craps. Stock and l'orscualty, . tea shaie lioyle National llank Slock-MAKV II. LIlI.ARP.l JOHN T I.II.L4KD.' Executors. 1" L J MLLARLl 5J td two-storpan-tries, 11 ' two-year-o- ther." The Mail and Express desires it may j be remembered that the republican administration secured tho admission of ' the American I102 into Germany. Aud it has enablctl a few American hops to gobble half tho wealth of this country. ' It has always favored the hop. Tolling "Why do people borrow trouble bo much?" Dimling "Because it isn't necessary to put up any tollateral." Now York Sun. I four-year-o- ld 11 n J pression, asthma, swollen ankles, weak and smothering spells, dropsy, wind in stomach, etc., are cured by Dr. Miles rsow IlcartCurc. A new discovery by tho "There is nothim; new under tho Fino illustrated sun." "Oh, yes, there i?. There is a ' book of cures FREE at druudsts, or h new pair of ahoes under my tou about once a month. fur talc by A K Penny, Stanford ruck. , 1 DISEASE, palpitation, pain 111 side, shoulder nnd arm, short breath, op- HEART M - rw.-.- ijr . . ! '"'Wiiivfi'y,; " ""P1 "PP"(P!F 94 tmmSHim WSES8BSS8 'iiiiimp m Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal1 STAKKRDlKY.,SGimiiiEiiJo. DEATH'S OOINGS. Luther Vititoe. of Hnnlin county, is tho father of 37 clillitreii. Dr. John Hryan Uowtmui, fmimUr The mnntifrtcturo of false teeth for of Kentucky University, nnil for many " Its Itent. died nt IIirro.labi.rK 1S91 :rM'8w ,8(,H new.l,n,1l ") J.000.000 iranm. of I ii ,uyi ) ' W. P. WALTON. Bkitk Hai.dkman, thu excellent Frankfort correspondent of the CourierJournal, pays this deserved compliment to the best inuu iu tho constitutional Mn. - at Stanton of tho murder of his wife, and ttf jury tlxed his puiiialuiiciit at death. Tin minors at Jcllico uuclarti tuoy do not intind to release tliu convicts nt KriiivilliHiid j MILK0.1 If 11811 1183 UfH TueK(,ay WIIHH.U.U Ilumholt calculated the mean level of ,vp North America tobe 74S feet nbovo the of the Louisville Jockep Club, died very su, and ho found that in 1,500,000 years suddenly of apoplxy at his homo in the whole North America might be Ho was (M y(Mn u Hi 15rutV( ono of ,,, hmi know,, btocfe )min fi Atm.rica nni, fcei.wtnry , w, (t7tll moro than 15.0C0 feet nbovo .a lex el, n tunnel 4,000 feet Ion is buinj: construct ed for railway purpose. Tim tunnel will ho tiOfl ft of ahnw perpetual enow line. ksexehe t 13 IIGHTNING I FOB MAN ttfEp Fcrt TrlE CoaI Crouk. as was re- - Lexington. years of age and intei-es- t. m BEAST &vy Efc. D6. MEUT worn down to tho sea level . it B f W URE ls5rWfAS rJ APPUCArW CliREf CRfHP N. 33 X 321 13 E cattle are beiiiR The Rev. H. T. Daniel, of RichRKHAlWH-TAYkPHMCPEEDV "A man who has added j,e,i frolu u,:, country into Mexico to Hon .u caalulMc here, died theie In niho aciion hiforthe tlemvriC) Shtrlff. si, N). v ' Klrclion to an already enviable reputation oap(. tMt, ,aMV .Mexican tariir which ros mond, wcnzssETaraarrm Monday after an illnut-- t of peiitonitK liy his course in tho convention is 'r iuto fllert Xov. 1. Veinon, Mr. Daniel was born in Mt. If. J MvkolM Ms It. P. Jacobs, of Danville. He is .ner- W It Ittt.iiISS cpt. John Lifthofoot, a native of I ml., and was 10 years of age. He was FAItDK SALE. frequent-- , Kentucky, and one of the live men who ally looked up to and has hen wilNell at public tiic, u not oM boforr, on ly referred to throughout the latter pait orKiUIjz..,j the Grand Army of the Kepub-o- f raised in Madison county. At the time of his death he was traveling in the in- Saturday, Octobor IO, 189!, the session by the delegates them- - lu.f ja (lla(j at jjloumiuntoii, 111. terest of the Baptist church at Williams- At M . " cl rich, bottom, f)x Itivir Felves as the ablfst lawyer in the Iwily. Major a joint debntfi between laml. one milt rtcluw ili Stanford ,t lanatcr burg, lie leaves wife. Jacobs would not bo very likely to Knit.y and Gov. Campbell has been loownui the lloiiry llrMrrfun, tiuni '1 h u6 roomt ami i in xl rri.ilr a place upon the commission; hut Our Stock of- for Ajn 0 Oct. 8. Campbell CHURCH AFFAIRS. new barn. 'H. The m a fencing on th,- ntocc fine onhnnl. and iiMt-a wiser selection or has the opening and the clewing of the there could not be anj 1irm Eld. II. T. Wilson, of Harrodsburg, mouths. One half cmh, bal.ince In one that would give more weight and debate. l'iwiMin (jlen Ian, washing machine man, has invented influence to the work of the revision of It T ItfSlI, The 72d grand encampment of the the Agent for M. IVytnn the Btatutes. The delegate from Boyle Sovereign Grand Lodge, Independent a burglar alarm. Is now almost complete anil we will be able to show to the people of Rev. B. Helm has applied for n is one of Kentucky's truly big men. An Order of Odd Fellows, is in session at ISluc-Grns- s Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, as has ever been an orator he ranks with the first in the St. Louis. Over 50,000 members and copyright on his tract, Scriptural Baptism from a Bible Standpoint. State and that is equivalent to "with their families are in attendance. offered for their inspection in One buntlred and rctpnty-tlgli- t and Rev. L. H. Blauton was elected aircof jjood land, in a filch Mate ol uillltition. the tirst in the land." Asa lawyer he Petitions are being signed all over A Urjjp, inlendid new barn, two Rood cablni and has few equals, and as a practical busi- the United States for tho pardon of Mrs. moderator of the Transylvania Presby- other omhoiiH'. Will clt cheap laltlam! lic , milts from ffnttont die, Ky ness man lie has been very successful. Maybrick, the American convicted of tery in session at Middlesboro. S. STAOO. The smallest church in the world is S ir. a statesman and lawmaker he has exAs Stanford, Ky poisoning her husband in England. Her nt St. Lawrence, near Ventnor, Isle of hibited preeminent ability, saving the death sentence has already becu commu Wight. It has a a seating capacity for convention from many errors and ted to lifo imprisonment. 12 persons. from it in many particulars. Ho We u ill i'll on the prcml.c on The gales which have been doing Rev. A. V. Sizemoro writes that he i modest and retiring and will probably such destruethe work throughout Eng- will not be able to till bis appointment Thursday, Octobor I, 1891, never seek political honors; but he land are increasing in violence all along at the Baptist church Sunday, but will Our farm in Lincoln county conUltuniuj; 'l () thu United States would grace a seat-ihlNDUKIiACRFSof Rood land centrally lo the coast. The damage is very great, preach here Sunday week instead. cntcd tx'twet-- Danville, t.a.icMlrr and Stanford, Seta e, reflecting credit upon his State, the injury to the crops generally in ma)4 mile from Hubble and sustaining her high reputation in The Christian churches of Lincoln At the tamp time we will also tell li or 1$ good ny sections being irreparable. blooded Mirc and Coin, Farming Impbwnti, that augupt body." county will hold their fall Household and Kitchen Furiiilurt The Ocala resolutions, to be demandAlio K"i, Jo missionary convention at Hustonville, Hay o knod Mock of Hemp ilKcVn of Timothy and nobuhrU beed of the latctt Hakvky M. Watteiiso.v, the ed of the next Congress by the Farmers' on Hon. Mcii'p Saturday, Oct 3d, commencing at 10 importation t'oMimn of (arm cien Pec. i Georgia Legislavenerable father of the editor of the Alliance, failed in the II A: J SWOI'K. Hubble, Ky. 51. im L. Williams. Although the a. M. W. is lying at the point of ture for indorsement. Com And Gents' Furnishing Goods. We are still .sole agents for the old Rev. Howard Mcljuerry, of the EpisLegislature is an Alliance body, the D C A I I? or KKNT An encdlrnt Farm tenth at the residence of his son in copal "hurch, of Ohio, who was about to lUU Or Ll Li fir.ol) Improved, inj acret, an reliable waterprool 1JUKLI. HOOT& Mill Kit K OftMXV. Louisville. He is the sole survivor of resolutions were disapproved by a vote be deposed for denying the marvel p.ke.3 mllef from the 2(Jth Congress, having been the of SI to 611. A farmer of Council Bluff, Iowa, ous conception and bodily resurrection youngest member of that body, and durof Christ, lias voluntarily withdrawn and ing the years of his active life was a who did not like inquiries about his A Jq.imtratorof t)r K.I. Kbodc deed . mortgages, and who wrote Mr. Porter, joined the Universalists. will tell on the pr mii-- , ; tnllc from Millrdce distinguished figure in national politics. R. A. linden writes that tho illc on the MillcdKiMllc and Stanford pike, on Rev. His knowledge of public men and af superintendent of the census, to "Mind your own business," has, in cousequence 10 missionaries of the Southern Preaoy-teriafairs was prodigious, ami, to the date of Oct. IKt, 189X, church, en route for China and bis present illness, ho retained extraor-dinai- been arrested and turned over to a Fedtlm Japan, had a warm welcome and im- lowt pcrMinal property, commune in part at lul- Cow. t Mule, 46 Innhcli vitality of mind and body. With eral grand jxry. llorc, Cnamptsn Maof Whui, Ciller Editor H. P. Robinson, of tho Rail- pressive farewell service in Kansas City chine combined Mill. 1 Slovei ' him will pass away the last of the close Surrey and llarne., W'jgon (S-'- a good spirits Mon- and Marnt, IIuki;)-Thnia ICt-- , personal friends of Gen. Jackson, who way Age; and Miss Minnie Lowrey, on Sunday and left in iirnmi; now, TsUckaat nay and about day via U. P. R. R. for San Francisco. libit, of Corn. Term einli was his godfather. During tho days of daughter of Millionaire Thomas Lowrey, Bishop Foster, of tho Northern 57 MS. l.UCV II KltnllKS Admr Is Receiving His sectional conflict he was a strong advo- of Minneapolis, were married there Methodist church, denounces tho whole It was the tno.H magnificent cate of tho Union. Louisvillo Times. ' PU15LIC S.VI.K wedding ever held in the Northwest. scheme of roving, irresponsible evangeThe con. con. dies haul. The majori The brido'sgiftfrom her father was $200,-00- lists. He does not believe they are an y ty of the members hate to give up that benefit to the church, but often a seri- STOCK, CROP & PERSONALTY. Good, Warrin 1 i rfect Fit Guaranteed. Give i.n a call. $o a day ami will hold on as long as posO. M. Shelby, charged with the mnr ous injury. He says Methodist preachwill on sible. The body will not adjourn this der of Mrs. Moore, is at Bardwell await- ers of local appointment can do their own IS9I, f week. I'oesibly 'smother week we may ing trial. His relatives are armed and evangelistic work and not farm it out to Monday, iniU 1mm Crab On. bard, Srlt at mr farm oh ba able to sing a psalm over its remains. declare that ho shall not meet the fate of others. llouehoid and Kitchen urniturp, Hiie Rood pi- The protracted meeting at tho Pres- ano, r amine Implement and Slack of all kind us pray for such a consummation. his nephew, Evau Shelby, indicted for LA1K ALFNAMiKKsllon I., Will nltu rent ni) farm containing 14a acies i', the same murder, who was hanged by a byterian church is still growing in inter- mbei fioni Crab Orchatd AIo two llttuw, and Dit. Lsukcuaiid, of Hum, Romanism mob after having been given a new trial est and the members are being greatly I.oU near dept hand on dy of aW Trrmt '.h in and Rebe'lion fame, is about to go where by the court of appeals. 11KN0VATKI) awakened in their zeal. There has been A. W. MONT r.;.M KItY. 57 IMPROVED. the wicked cease from troubling and only one addition to date but great good It is very much to bo regretted that H where the politicians can not get iu and so much time fs taken up by the trial of has been done aud thu meeting will not S $2.50 disturb his rest. J, Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-IIou.scriminals in the courts of the State no to soon be forgotten. Rev. Mr. Spencer has proved himself a most excellent LOUIS VILLK, KY. Those who attended the Charity Ex- mike it exceedingly difficult to obtain n lirii.ecf'J fie Otr" 1 tiialsin civil eases. The "Common- preacher and has greatly endeared him('.-- .' i. ir i.'.'t Itf tt W. R.LOGAN, position at Lexington say it was a fake self to the people of this community. J.ife of 2loUfr ami t'.itiUl. A. W. Jones, J. I. Sullivan, J. L. .Marshall, JCIerks. Manauor. of the worst kind, not even coming up wealth" is so much greater thau the people that the people must take back seats it to the standard of Tobe (5 rider's show. THER'S I)rrv. A tickle maideu'b are disposed of. until the Jitlm C'oufln- Merit of Ms lover'a lacerated NEWSY NOTES. The following remarkable roster of utter disregard of J'liiu, II or or andJllsU. of hearttrinirr. in well illustrated in n case The Lexington Stove Foundry burn- names is said to be found iu the list After u!n?onrbi tlof Slnliipr PrlMi.l' : lut1Vr.il bar lime naiu.hiuluiiii.'jtt'XIierii'iii.'elliat Eighty Eight, which has just been settled by the govKentucky ed Tuesday. Loss S 18,000. tteukm-iirj lo nucli cuva. Sir. Seventy Six, Goforth, Sunrise, Home, ernment. Avil Uiuir, Lamar, Ho., Jan. I!th, 1391. of bankers A State convention The above is a cut of Dicks Pat Seni by erprt",. cliar?cs prepaid. on rioelptof A New York lover wooed and won a Noneprice, HM r bottle IV . to Holders m.iilrd free. will be held in Louisvillo October 21st Utility, Wideawake, Hcadquaitera, cut l'eed Cutter, the best cutter maiden, art he had a right to believe, aud jtricuij.vroic such, Skylight, Bac, Pink, Holy Cross, ami 2i'd. ATLANTA, CA. Goodnight, Zero, Phil, Small, Quail, she went abroad, carrying with her for all purposes on the market. POI.I HV Al.t. Iint'' T. Tommy Warren was defeated by ring. In her case, wo laAlone, Tolou, Nancy, O. K. and Alex. I Call and examine. Call McCarthy in a prize light at New also have SAI.K --The Hon. W, 0. Wuitthorno, of ment to euy, absence did not make thv Orle&nS, the heart grow fonder, but just tho revoise. or OWensboro is making a hard t5ihl Tennessee, died near Columbia Monday, In a Bhort timo back came the engagehis health having been poor for feever.il enatrainst the gambling houses of that It was delivered to the -- J.1TD, STOCK, CROP AOT years. Mr. Whitthorne's long service ment ritiL'. terprising little city. PERSONALTY. gave him young man through the medium of the Frank Patterson, a noted Harroda-bur- in both branches of Congress And the , together with the inforreputation, his ability and ac- custom-houset Wll.f, ON gambler, was arrested iu Louisvillo a national mation that there was 510 duty n it. tivity as Chairman of the House Comon the charge of stealing rings. Gen-uinOet. 15, 1 89 1. OX.XVEB. It iu bad enough to bo jilted at any Intensely hot weather has parched mittee on Naval AH'aiis resulting iu time and under any ciretuurtance?, but y Offer to hig bent bidder the followuij; the wooded dibtricts and forest tires are much good both to his party and tl.e worse when a McKinley taritl'is added. My Farm coiit.iiniin; 131 atrc ar ol Kanawha Salt just received. country. raging in Northern Minnesota. d land, in Lincoln county, Ky . 7 mile frnin blighted as to and il.( mlle Irom MillrOsuville, all well The suicide of President Balmaceda The heartbroken youth, Harvard CohVue is 25 years old, A new home ct uith 7 his alTeotioiiB, still had bis commercial rCMin.t nrii but 10 acre finely finiilitil iiitide and out There In an and has graduated 17,000 students. A ends a singular career. He sought to be wits about him and bo he appealed to abundance uf fruit of lelciled varieties from early June applet tujeuetin. There i ample ttablu littlo more than half of them are living. a dictator of Chili, against the will of Washington1 room lor 10 or ta horaei, there beini; 11 box Mall Thieves, whose location and identi- his congress and his people. He was a lover him- ami all ncicaty .Secretary Foster, once t will aU sell the cron and atnek robbed the London beaten. Too weak to succeed, he died self, could not restore the love that was ty are unknown, 20 stack good hay, 150 barrel, of and Westminster Bank of about $1,250,- - a coward's death. One scbocking feat- lost, but he speedily ruled that as the held and a lot of clover hav in the nam. to be 2 or t ttack Altot 4 Year old wo ure of the affair almost hideous is the 000. d horse, alio 1 of domestic: manufacture and all louud, 7 Kood family 5 Firo at Fort Worth, Texas, destroy- open rejoiciug of tho people over his ring was good brood mare 4 year, old, one with a fine colt had "not been improved in condition or and in foal to Gentry' OamLctta; 3 good milk . ed the Kills Hotel and two smaller Aud yet it may lie plead and 11 Kod in value while abroad," it row. farmini; Hct;,, somo tuwi lot ol yw, a new lot of wauou and 'il itl,ul,u new The loss is 5150,000 with $22,000 iu extenuation that they have suffered increased duty ploWKear and unoui article useful and needed should be returned to the owner much. insurance. nn a farm. Term. All mmi of $10 cah in hand, and over The general traffic manager and the free. Michael Karofa, a jilted lover at until Jan. without Ami so they were not married. New $10 a credit will be givenland. tt hand and the in interest. Term on thu general freight agent of the Lehigh and Cleveland, Ohio, killed his unfaithful balance In and a year, with interest from date. sweetheart and then blew his own Wabash Fast Freight Line have been York Advertiser. W. I.. Kf:KI). S3 "n indicted at Kansas City by the Federal brains out. something to live and a good It costs Cheese, Albert Moorehouse, grand jury under the Interstate Com- deal to die; in fact, everything coaU, of Missouri, committed suicide Tuesday merce Law. says a bright exchange. Some one estiThe firm of S. V. White & Co., of mates that getting born costs the people by cutting his throat. He had been iu which "Deacon" White, the New York of the United states bad health for some time. Lamps Glavs- - and Oueensvvare, Tin- - and Woodenwarc, Fruit Jars, annualThe Dallas, Texas, fair grounds sta- ex congressmen, is the head, has as- ly; getting married $300,000,000, and getJelly Glasses, &c. bles burned Monday. Twelve trotting signed, both at New York and Chicago. ting buried $75,000,000. It milit be adhorses belonging to H. B. Sanborn and They were long on corn. The markets ded that getting drunk costs the people seven other tine horses were cremated. were not much affected by the assign- of the United States more than is the The Hamilton B. Smith, a bachelor of 40, ment. White's private fortune is estiannually, or over 1J times as and Miss Nora Floyd, a pretty lassie of mated at $2,000,000. much as getting born, married and burIU summers, were married Wednesday. Hot weather has dried up the grass ied put together, and more than all the Both parties liye in the South Fork sec- in Wisconsin and the State is suffering bread and meat consumed in the nation. tion. from forest and prairie fires. Everything Three of the 'Beasleys who figured burns like ti der and it is thought the Thecopper monopoly is one of the pels Has the largest and in thu killing of old man Jordan in Mer- lobnes will exceed those from the fires of McrCinleyism. It is capitalized at MOST COMPLETE STOCK cer, have surrendered to the otlicers, but of the last spring. The village of $125,000,000. Since tho trust was formwas nearly destroyed and the town ed it has yielded in dividends over he two who figured most conspicuous ov of Cumberland is in great danger. and it sells Its product to foreign ly are still at large. magistrates of Pulaski elected new constitution ers cheaper than it is sold to American made by the Lexington In engrossing the The WatelieH Lincoln Denton to till tho unexpired the convention isudheiingto the work citieus. Roller Mills Co., Lexingever shown in Stanford at prices trrni of Sheriff Mcllargue. Thu bonds- previously adopted and but few alternJames Lane Allen, thech.iruiiug southsale by all as low as the lowest. men of the latter appointed Walter Hi- ations are being made. Thu engrossing ern writer, lives iu a littlo frame house ton, Ky. clerk has been forbidden to paragraph on Remember that 1 have one of the best watch-maker- s first-cla- ss red to collect tho taxes. in the State, Grocers. the pike road just out of Lexington. W. K. G. Hitchy, u well known and the various sections because the dele- Hero he does all his work and is at preswho can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to fail to use Cream wealthy city of Allen county, was shot gates feared r j;iie smooth penman of ent engaged upon a new story of Ken- send job to the city. Kngravinrf of all kinds beautifully done. Old by unknown parties as ho the future might n.icceed in tackiug on, tacky life. from ambush if yoil good gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is soltc-was riding along a public road iu the before or after, n pHragraph, something I a happy Cook, ted and I guarantee satisfactioi which should not be there. Near the village of Galew. In Peru, Bread eastern part of the county. A. R. PENNY. ship-conventi- on: Il0r.L,,i a11 his whole life was devoted stock J. tf -l V LflE UAcj Yf? FoR fyidMtftfM I well-know- n trsGTh 8- W J FOR 1 Me-M- r. I NEW GOODS. i, pt :l - i w-- ul !,'. FALL AND WINTER GOODS Farm for Sale one-bi- ll I Men's and Boys' Suits and g Farm and Stock. Overcoats, n Men's nctBoys" Fine and Heavy Boots aud Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, antl Hoys' Hats, Neckwear, rn Public Salo. M'ROBERTS & HIGGIHS. I n Thursday, 1 1 low-to1 H.G.RUPLEY,- y 1 , 1 luf-sday- . 0. I SpringSiSummer Goods iP THUS Sept. 23th, i I Lt THOROUGHLY WILLAEBo' AND Per I)av. e wine gfefflaers t - Rates FRiEtIB" 11 -- post-offices- Dicks Patent Feed Cutter afti-r- ul ua.iii'ii:i,o "-- prisiic Studebaker Wagon -o Thursday, 111- FIjOW, with C Extras - ptop-cttm blue-cra- hl.ui-fcr- 111 J". IB. FOSTEE,. )ear-ol- gs.Go to A. A. WARREN'S "JIODEI. (JROCERY" build-iugs- self-murde- For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Primes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; 1 $!KX),-000,0- 00 BEST FLOUR The Old Reliable Jeweler li in the Lead. CREAM A. R. Penny Coin-sto- ck $(0,-000,0- FLOUR For want and Jewelry Don't Flour and V J-- -- " r t rjr wn-- - it postA. II. Hick now the Central been Semi-WeekInteriorJouknal master at Middleburg, appointed Wilson Ky. Hedge Co. in represents county, and vice I'. Lincoln resigned. will be pleased to see all contemplating to set hedge next spring. Ky , Sr.iTKMiu:it '2, 1S!)1 Ktankoud, Wantkii to buy a beeotuMiand tramp mm wheel, Apply power preferred. Wf have n quantity of very good sec to tbia ollli'c. s lumber, suitable for outbuild-ing- , B.o.wAWON,i3ue.MannKer etc., that wn are Helling at $1 for Tin: wife of lUv. Walter Lueliey, col1(0 feet on our yard. Sine A Menefee. ored, died Wednsdy of cousumption. MEANS BUSINESS. Mil. 15. D. Iloltzclaw- has received his Niinw isu beautifully ami nrtiatirnlly lJufddifi a husbairlsliM leaven 4 children. oihmiI A, It lYiiny'r). commHsioti as postmaster at Walnut Wm. (iiLL, colored, wari lined $10 by 01 it luruimt is now ready. I'leuse. Flat and will open the oflico on Oct. 1st. toll uml m'ttlf. A U IVniiy. Ids honor, Judge WiIIh Haruut, for Tho mail will be carried to the ollico a ml jewelry wnti-1)IIavk our dock sliontingiu tho town uf repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work from Howlaud. ly I. C. Dye lias The Louisvi RATEEB ATTBAOTSV3SS. I ond-clab- tore w lUlL 1 1 - , Hon-lan- mm wto jliimM liyyUUulu oG-inv- m lira mirnuitrd. Kkmkmiiki: thntitll uilverware. watcher", Much, Ae , bought nt A. U. l'oiuiy h will v engraved fret of ohru, PERSONAL POINTS. I. ZlMMKIl Mim Mimm-- lltlH J.izn: ll.til .HI ltnitiHT Hlllllk of fever. is vmitiiiu the tiiveiiH. Mil". IlKrev Nkvii'i Iiiw Iiim'H vIhUIiik rt'littlvt'H in Hoy lc. .Mi-- h Mattii: Kosk, of Marion, fa viait-i.Mitw Ilinlie (JlveiiH. m Wii.uk N. Ciimh Im nlti'iuliniithe versity of Medicine at I.ouirjville. I.ITTI.K.S.MUH Uni- HArulIMAN.tlftllRhtorof Mr. M. S. llatiuhmHii, i8 quite rick. J. . Jit, wan in LouiBvillu on piofi'snional lnininenH thin week. Ohi.l, Ciiaklui II. Havdkn In recovering from nn attack of intermittent fever. Mim .Moi.uk Dauoiikhty left yester-tla- y to vinil u friend at Huntington, W. Va. Mlt. W. K. I'kiikinh, the wide awake Crab Orchard merchant, wuh hero Tutu-day. Miw. J. A. Minn) returned Wednenlay from a visit to her parents at llonnie Mile. Mu. I. M. Dunn and wife, of tSarrard, have been guewUi at Mr. M. S. H.uigh-man'- s. Mit. II. S. Witiikiw is visiting his daughter, Mr. Mary Howinan, in l.ex-iugto- Kan Smith, who was so biutally assaulted Itffct week, was worse yesterday 'Watermelon Fatty," foil from his porch and murder will, in all probability, be ou the watermelon ivuuon Tuesday and added to the crime of roboery, of which BiiMained several ugly bitiise". his assailants are guilty. Haiimikt Wiiitlly. widow of Willis Tiik young men composing the Merry Whitley, Colored, has hold her ttock of Bachelors' Hop Club had intended givgroci'iies iu Maxville to Frank AdkiiiB ing another of their delightful hops tbia and Joe Iteid at coit and carriage. week, but on account of the protracted Tiik negroes, Pomp I'atea and George meeting liavu postponed it. Ward, who killed Town Marshal George W. .S. Wioham has sworn out a warWells, of Junction City, and who weie rant against Augdeu Hridgewaler for given n new trial, will be tried at making an assault ou him with u knife to day. when ho asked him for money lie owed. The trial will likely occur hero to'inor-row- . FokSm.k. tiood frame house of fou rooms wltii half acre lot attached. Conveniently located in .Stanford. Cistern A man who "makes" Stanand nectwary outbuildings. Apply to ford tkavklinii every !0 days, and who, by the way, W. A. Tribble. is a good judge of beauty, told an I. J. Hew 1kn Hklm requests us to say reporter the oilier day, that he saw more pretty girls iu Stanford than in any of that his sermon on ".Scriptural printed in book form, can bo the 'JO odd towns he goes to. found on sale at W. H. Mcltoberts' drug Tiik Boston Ideal Minstrels will hold Htore or J. II. Crtig's office. the boards at Walton'a Opera Housr, Mr. K. K. Willard, Notii k. Cheap rates via (jiieen it Friday night, Oct. Crescent Itouto and Ixuisvillo .Southern the advance agent, nrrtved yeeterday and that the company is one of the railrond from Coupou Stations in Kentucky to Paris, Sept. :)th to Oct. "d. Htrougest on the road this season and is Ticket good for return until Oct. 5th", doing a big business. on account Colored Fair. A. T. Ni'n.nki.lky better known its m .Clothing: Oar stock is complete with the latest avd best styles of Men's, Boys' and Children's Salts and Overcoats. Men's Chinchilla, Overcoats, sizes from SJ? to JfJ, at S.oO, ivorth $7.50'. Shoe Department: Ladies' Grain Shoes $1, worth $1.50; Ladies' Lon$o-l- a Shoes SI. 25, worth $2. Oar stock of Boots is the most complete ever shown in Stanford and prices lower than ever heard of before. h Dress Goods Department: wide Jfeiirietta at 20c a yard, wortli ooc: wide Ladies' Cloth in all shades at 55o a, yard, worth Sac; Silk Velvet in all shades 05c at rJoca yard, worth Sl.nD Oy-bi- cli D.tn-vill- e Is: Hap-tism- ," vou see it in our advertisement von will find it in oar store. This means that we will not try to draw custom by holding out promises that we can not make good. If this House announces a sale of gold, dollars at DOo each, you quit business and come, for you can depend upon the promise. To each customer who buys $20' s worth of goods from G1VJZN A WA Y: us one Fine Rocking Chair. It is not necessary to buy all these goods at the same time. Come in and get your book and we will keep account iof your purchases. Eg-g-- s OXT30L If MOTTO: A. URBANSKY, -'. Bought at th.eHigh.e3t Market Frioe at the Xouisville Stor MANES AND GABRIEL, Managers. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Proprietor. n. My fall and winter stock is most all in cordially invite the gentlemen of Mkh Moi.uu l)oimi.A8, of Lancaster, audi IJ. this section to cull and inspect the nicest has been visiting her brother, Jaiiiea line of siiitincs ever brought to this Douglafl. uiHrkeU Come early and have first pick. Mum Anmi: Wnv went to l.ouihville Work done on short notice and in the yeMerdiiy to purchase her fall and wit -hteht style. II. ( Itupb-v- . tergoodn. Mijhks Ki.oitwNtK Jwkinh and Nan KiTTi.K Jim ISiicTo.N is a lad of more Dunn, of Danville, are with Mit Annie than ordinary courage. Tuesday night lUiiuliiimn. he heard a noise iu his father's Mn..I' W. (iitKKN, proprietor of the ami frecuring a fowling piece, Mjmh Iloiw, was iu HurrodMuirg on went out to pe what the trouble was. bufinefis this week. He mw a burly negro just leaving tiio Mkh. K. H. Jon'km mid ton, lid., went chick' u roost and tired a load of bird tin to I'incville Tneed.iy to pee Mrs. O. shot at him that will no doubt scare off quite wck. . ltdey, w ho his thieving intentions for a while. (tKoitdK 11. Wkahiis, formorly. deputy Jl'iMiu Vkon has developed into a county cl rk, ban taken a position in II. match maker. Tuesday Lou Teators K A W. II. Wenren'ri More. waH trie I before him for keeping a dis Miw. Imaa Hamilton and Mra. Hamilton left Wednesday for n orderly house and lined $.0. The judge intimated that if she and hermau would n"it to relntiveq nt Aaron, Tenn. the marry ho would remit tho line, so she M L.ukuv represented Mu. W. Stanford church at the meeting of the hunted him up ami was soon changed to Mrs. I'd Johnson. Tho flue was acl'r sbytery this week at Middlesboro. Mil Suii'ki. U. Josw, of Washington cordingly remitted and Mr. and Mr?. Court House, Ohio, was with bis old Johnson now live legally together. cihool-uiattieo. C. Keller, Jr., this 'I'm IMiisville Commercial contains a week. Mas. A Miotic Hailkv and Mii Iou seiiKttional article concerning Miss LizHocker, of llnstonville, were down this zie Adamn, of the Crab Orchard viciuiwho has tv. The dispatch states that the young ek to reo Miss iAiniho llailey. ludy was unfortunate enough to give been quite sick. , A. Ki.kis-- of liiirmrd, acconi' birth to a child and that tho name of Mu. T. to her more than one prominent citizen is aspan ied her mother, Mra. home near New Orleans and will spend sociated with the scandal. The young lady, however, refuses to namo the authe winter with her. Lkvie thor of her shame and savs she will die MisiMMttiWiKT (iimi.vM, Mii lleaMey's Cincinnati trimmer, has ar- before she will reveal the paternity of rived and is ready to serve the lail.es her infant. of Stanford and vicinity. Tiik stock train on tho Kentucky Cenhen-lioiib- Litti.k Litillk, the daughter of Mr. F. M. Ansley, fell through a trap door into the cellar of her father's houso, Wednesday night, and was severely hurt. Her head was badly bruised and cut and tho suffering of the little one was intense. beven-year-oltl IV (a rfy. tJl OTJIJiAMt JIUMCrlKlUS AND fc. i (Lyi;ASinBH 'VM' SU' KTL M . .s Sfv STEEL BOILERS, Stationary, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All power. sizes up to Semi-Portabl- Kaiigto St. Lot'is. Kxcnrsion tickets at one fare for tho round trip will be sold by agents of the Queen it II i.r &Ife mmm&m rr &x tfjitaju J 99 e 26-hor- se o Crescent Route at Coupon Stations in Kentucky and Tennessee. Also by nil age ntA of the Louisville Southern rail- road on Oct. I to 9, good for return until Oct. 1'J, account the Veiled Prophets Procehsion. &xh Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write fur Free Illimrjtetl l'amplctx ami your uant to 3?tiia?5jv THE JA3ZE5 LEFFEL ct CO., WW 0K - CITY SJ'UIMJFIKLD. OHIO mb f '-s- ua m fJ . M" NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Wa-ver- ly A dki.kiiitkl tea was given by Messrs. A. G. Whitley and It. G. Price, at Dan l will icll without rc4ceu on Uicpretnucs on ville, WednesJay evening, in honor of .Misses Nan and Kit lUughman, the 1891, Oct. Misses Owslev, of this place, and their I he iplcnillil Farm ol 311 Acres, guests, MNses Underwood and McKl-wain- . Sliujinlcn Lancaster and Crab Orchard turn-pik- o Messrs. J. II. B.iughmau and J. Irom Utncnitcr. Hat on it a rovtd, 9 mile Firick ictidcnce rooms I'lcnty of wjicr S. Owsley, Jr., accompanied tho young I'hoUnil inotlly with ; beautifully. 100 acres ol lies splendid Urkcs Creek bottom land. Produced ladies over and wero present. barrels corn and 800 btishcN of this rar PUBLIC SALE. 7, W. B. IVScROBERTS, DRUGGIST AXNTB tTKW3SX.EH, Complete Line of School Books, School Supplies, Wodnesday, e, Tiik formal announcement of Sheriff appears in J. X. Menefee for this isRiie. Mr. Menofee'H faithfulness as an ollicer and his (high standing as n gentleman and a democrat are so well known as to rentier it useless for us to more than refer to them. What he hap done in the past is an earnest of what he will tlo m the future if his roneti'u cuts honor him by an endorsement. m Newest Styles in Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. Terms cah: remainder in one and The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; per tent, two jmm, equal annual payments, date, with approved tecuntx. ANDF.R"i()N, rtejehen.illf ej.t Beady Mixed Paints and .Yeal's Carriage Paints; Commissioner's Sale. Largest ul Handsomest. Line of Silwht-.i-t i,o V Ono-tlui- d 6 from H V I) . Ad nr., 1'lff senev' y's Criditor" , Dift, V in Garrard Cir ml Court O Swei verware, Watches, Clocks lly virtue ol a n'detntiitof the Gnrrard Circuit Court, at its August tetm, 1891, I dl on Monday, Sept. 2SU1, 1891, to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewcry repairing. Mits Katk Hvh returned Wednes- tral jumped the track three miles beyond day from Kansas City, wlijru she has ljincnster, Tuesday, and the passengar, been for the Inst year or ho with her which Hhould have gotten here at .VJO Iter daughter. Mrs. J. W. McCurdy that afternoon was delayed and came friends are delighted to have her hack pulling in at 7'M) the following morning. with them. Four cars left the track and were all CITY badly demolished, hut fortunately noday of aa'e until piud and with a lien retained on propt rt ns additional security for the pay body was hurt. Prior to this delay th Tin; writer had the pleasure of going the of the purchase money incut R A IIIRNSIDK, kkoik new line of sacking tlannels. K. C. ins been running on its schedule. 'nd returning from Cincinnati ou Capt. Master Com'r Carrard Circuit Court Severance & Son. time for several mouths and waH rapidly F A. Sherman's train and found him an , KcSkv Isssm. r? -- H WsPfes sssf. JC I losing its reputation as being the most unusually clever and painstaking official. iifsZSTTiSssssssssssssssssssssssssssi I JWt O AN0 is the name of b new postollice uncertain as well as the slowest road in Tho trains on the popular Q. & C. are jtiht established in Boyle, with David It. the world. sKsWsssssssssssssssssssm ". crowded now, n he manages to store Totten, postmaster. 1jBjBBfcssBs'j-rvspB3ip(PEB- , passengers away comfortably and tlo Ky. Trotlinr Horse Breeders' Association, An elderly lady, giving her name as the Tiik Advocate says that Prof, Lott, Mrs. M. Petrahhr stopped at tho Myers some Utile kindness for each, which 1 IX .. colored violinist, died the House Tuesday and registered for tho gives him a warm place in their memoLexington, Ky., last week of consumption. right. There was nothing peculiar in ries. The Captain is a trumpand his road Oct. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 1891. Garanteed to be equal to at y other chilled plow. Ask your neighbor nil like h Kki.i.ky iH putting up a large her actions and consequently little no- is to be congratulated on playing so good Mk. G.T. abo't it and wagon ahon near the tice was taken of her save by tho land- a one. blacksmith Monday, October 12. site of his old one on the Danville pike. lord, who, of course saw that she won It is an extremely unpleasant piece Lexington Stales, (estimated) .$3,1x0 Purse 1,61 o On Wednesday morn- of business to chronicle the erring deeds 3 19 class, pacing well cared for. ssslsssSsWB&Wsl s (estimated) . t,ijo has a Makes, Kentucky Mil Gkokok HouKiiMAN ing, while in conversation with the pro- of mankind and when we do so we mu .3 class, trotting l'urse i,6oo garden 18 inches in diamin Ida Dealerln.. prietor, she informed him that she was prompted by no personal motive nor is Tuesday, Oct. 13. eter and is tha only one ou a stalk a missionary and was there to waru him it the outburst of pent up animosity. Transylvania !Uke,3:jo class fj.ooo feet tall. s of the punishment that awaits the wick- On the contrary it is our duty and an (estimated, 1,7.0 Stakes, 4 CLOCKS am Purse 1,600 class, trotting Tiikkk are four families iu Somerset ed. MrB. Petrahhr also stated that the allegiance to the newspaper profession 2:33 Wednesday, Oct. 14. with a total number of b) children. All world was coming to an end within a to expose to public view the acts of tl.e regardless of financial or Purse $i,f0 clas, Hutting.. related. It is a hard matter to dow n a few hours and went on talking in a are Repairing neatly and promptPurse t.Coo very scattering way. Mr. Green soon family standing. This we should, be- 3:26 class, trotting CKWiljSH'lSssMsssss5' Somerset in anything. ly done. Thursday, Oct. 16. saw that there was something wrong yond doubt, do in the case of n certain Tiik Paris Philharmonics, at the invi and Hitinmoned Dr. Carpenter to see party, of this place, whose life, for a Free ll trotting $i,oo . 1,600 ration of Gov. Brown and other Frank what tho trouble was. On the Dr.'s ar- great part, has been spent in doing 3 31 class, pacing ear olds eslimattdi. . . liounerhtakes. goods. (Stanford, Ky.) iligible lo i.'jo class, Irott'g purse 500 I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor fort gentlemen, have decided to sing the rival sh'a began to draw her breath as if those tilings which are damaging to his "Chimes of Normandv" in that city. strangled and declared that sho would family as well as detrimental to society, Friday, Oct 10 J. N. MENEFEE F A. C.SINE Purse Si Coo class pacing Stanford and Pink Cot- - die if sho was not packed away in ice. but for the sake of a loving wife, whose Lost between 2,000 Woodburn stake. 4 year olds . .... on Hiitnirrnnli booklet. "Rock of Dr. Carpenter attended to her wants and forbeaiauce nearly equals that of good Johnston stake, stallions . 3,500 had her more comfortable, when oltl Job. we withhold both the name Ai?es " Finder pleae leave at this of' btoh ' .... Ptir e,,siblc l0 7 c," 500 she again began to talk at random and and the penal crime of which he is be - 3 lice and oblige tho owner, who prizes it The best selecteJ stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. was wrong yond doubt guilty. Tin true, that by Saturday, Oct. 17. it w s easily seen that sho very highly. ordered a tri- timely aid from friends ho was Baved , cias$, ir.HilnK Purse $1,600 mentally. Judge Vamon SASH, Purso 1, too LUMBER, Pkhsons having claims against tho al of the unfoitunate lady and tho jury from tho disgrace of punishment, but l'urse 1,(00 t'wnm DOORS, ',), is tho brought in a verdict to the effect that that made the crime no less worse and! county aro notified that Sept. tiled to be acted on she was of unsound mind, when she was the narrow escape lie has made we SIDING, SHINGLES, BLINDS, last day they can bo of Claims. (i.B. ordered to be taken to an asylum. On hope, will be a lenion, so profitable, that Moubars, Ralph Wilkes and An by the coming Court Yeranduh and Stairwork at city prices. norean first day. Cooper, clerk. the witness stand she stilted that sho ho will turn ftom the wicked walks of wIib from Paris, France, hut know not life and'from now hence try and innku The Grant $j.ooo Stake and Valissa vs. Dr. Lkti iikii Goodk, a prominent colored We earn' i. full stock of everything found in a bpatksnn Second Day, and going, nor did alio know reparation for the pain and anguish he of tho Turnersvillo section, while wjhero she was mail JtYOTKBDSR "STiS-HB- . working in a rock quarry on A. W. Car- tlio whereabouts of a single relative or hiif given a father, whose locks nni gray Great Attractions Every Day. eovero sun- friend. Mrs. Petrahhr is about 4" years with years, uml n wifo, whoso loyalty, penter's farm, received a Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract P. JOHNSTON, President; very critical old, quite lieshy and comparatively notwithstanding all, has been beautiful El) A I'll I ON, Secretary, stroke and remniiiB in SINE & METEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. Lexington, K) 5J in tho extreme. fpelikiug a good looking woman. condition. ANTviCiNiTYr I I ., At loo'i'ocka in. or thereabout being the first imm'atui to the Couiier-Journa- l of tht' (iarrard from Crab Orchard nays: Two neighbor day f the hcptemlier term bidder t ptiblu Count outcry Court nil to the hisK-s- t ing youths, Frank Bastiu anil Joe Hen btlnrc the .:oiirt house door in Lancaster, Ky , tho following described propertr, t: ry, aged respectively 11! ami 10, while on A Krt k ston-- l loune and the ground on which way Irom their way to church at Highland became it stand, with the righttoofthe uueer the Lexington stort of the street of aucasier to e is situated in Lan Stud involved iu a quarrel as to which should caster on the north side ul the public siiusirt of have tho empty pint bottlo which they said town Also a House and Lot situaud on the had just drained of ita liquor, and Bas-ti- south lorncrol II u ford and Campbell streets in Lancaster, Ky lerms -- bale will bp made on a credit of ft and and plunged it drew his pocket-knifbeing required to execute 12 months, purchaser up to the handle in his companion' bund with unurmod hciuriti. p.table to the Mas ter Commissioner having the force and elfcct of side. Henry, it is thought, will die. a ludgmenl anil bearing o per lent, interest irom A to-i- Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours day and night. 1 B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, Sole Agents for store-luus- e. store-hous- n e Kentucky's Great Trots. "" t- --. well-know- n rjBHHSBsssssssssssssssssuM2S B5rPIWBBPHBisTH5i5 Thv ruii-flow- 3- -j ear-old- "'fc BOBT. FE1TSEL, 1 1 lllue-tlra- ss year-old- r, in mm "3$Km for-a- t- All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. 1 -- vr-M- '' Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, ",.,. FIHST C&.3LSS i t i . j-K- M'- - A A rounff Semi-Week- ly Mmii of tof erior Journr: - Every Tuesday and Fr day $2.50 !'.l f e Idea. I. THE O., H. St D. j PublishesV! fKH YEAR, IX ADir NCK charged." K. "When not so paid I. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., Train uaves Rowland at returning It 3:20 p, m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. a pm 34Pm 13am CHEAP A WEIGHING ARRANGEMENT. " S7 WII. LL - ni a. ' Stuck IlHlserV Ingenious Substitute fo r I Mail train going North South " " " Express train " South North Local Freight North ......la 1 l'lii t Turin Scale. The latter trains alto carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. time it about so minutet fatter ' South- - .. 6ijm lap m J 347 largely combined stock raising with fanning, frequently A neighbor who has f"" "S tx" ' -- - Solar CONSTIPATION and other bowel complaints cured and prevented by the prompt use of buying stock and feeding for market, employs a cheap and convenient method of weighing small animals. At one corner of a small yard or pen into which the animals may be driven an inclined plane is constructed for the purpose of loading them into wagons. This inclined plane is not immediately connected with the yard, a passage four feet wide and seven or eight feet long lending up to it, as shown hi the engraving. in tins level part or the passage is placed the framed box or "cage," shown at Fig. 1. Five feet long, 3J feet wide, iiJ . .mmm. Vi. V te " . the Lot on Main II. between I Cincinnati via Toledo and l)f troll ami the fairv Containing I tto acre, islam of Maclinac and the Northern Lake resorts has been resumed for the season These cars erms easy. T R WALTON, Stanlord, leave Liflctnimti every evening, except Saturday, at to o'clock, arriving it Mackinaw at (m the next evening For rates, ucVeti, etc , address any C , H. A I), agent or K O McCormick, general passenger and tuket agent, Cincinnati, O I will deliver t.lnie at J Cents a lluihet In Lancaster, Stanford and the neighbuthood. Bucklen's Arnica Salve I will also load on cars at Crab .Orchard, Brick The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter, chap at 7J cents a hundred. Give me a chance. corns and all skin crup ped hands, chilblains, j6m FRKD KltL'KOKR, Crab Orchard. lions and positively cures piles, omo payrequir-ed- . It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Price jJ cents per bos. or money refunded Kor sale by A R. Penny, Suntord, Ky. I Through Oar to Mackinaw. huh antl Michigan car Railroad i & D touch sleepingCentralservice over FOR 3 ATiH I R. R. GENTRY Is n Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county i.." ject to the nctlou ol the Deniocralk party c. Street in Stanford Dr. II. C. Nunncllcy, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, m LIME AND BRICK. 8TANFORD, KY. Office In Odd Fellows' Building, up stairs Other hours 7 lj8ti m to p m , 7I0 ip 1 TOR CASH OHL7. which the lirm of Hilton A McPherson started o t todo, and think I tan cauly prove why it will benuticial to hotn my ctivloincrsand myself. For instance look at these prices, tniinils graiiuu teit sugar for St. Arbuckle. tOlTre 3 leiits per pound and all other j;oud AU proportion narean hand at all times lumber and shingles fir sale J H. HILION Kowland K. S' T 111 For Salo 11 Havin; purchased the mttroit (if re) former partner. .Mr. W. U MrPhvrson I ask n liberal share of the patronage of the people of Rowland and vlcinlir. I will continue the cash business 3? st III. Perhap you ara run down, cin't eat, can't sleep, can't think can't do anything to your satou isfaction, and you wonder what ails juu, should heed the warning, ou are taking the first step into nervous prostration. Vou need a nerve tonic and Electric Unlets .oii will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous lystemtoit Surprising results normal, healthy condition lollow the uveof this Nerve Tonic and Alterative good digevtion is restored Nour appetite returns, and the liver and kulnejs resume healthy action Try a bottle Price jo cents at A R Penny's drug store, ThoFlr8tStp. Twcnlv Hulltlliiu Lots In the corporate limits o Rowland F6 J DARST. Rowland. PORTMAN STANFORD, HOUSE, K , Stray Mule. Camet 'tuv plicUst week, a black II irse Mul. 15 nanus nign. h..s uorked a little Owner call gel him by paying fur his keeping and this au viMscmeni JIM McCOKMACK, S.t Slinf iru, Ky ts-e- A LUtlo Qlrl's Exportonco tn a Light Houao. imBr ss-X'.- . .Kr7 .cTv Ayer's Cathartic Piils They rjTrTpir- - rD n IV. I r i digestion. Dr, J. C Ayer & Co, Lowell, Mass. SURGEON DENTIST. Ollice on Main street, oer W. II McRoberts' and greatly assist cleanse the stomach, s visv---1 & .vJT i""V vSiBWw.. mfX:rij-l'J- ' -- ' r as1 jm-w- regulate the liver, Mr and Mrs Loren Trescolt arc keepers ot the Cut I.uhthouve at Sand Beach, Mich , and are . blened with a daughter 4eats old. Last April I she was taken devvo with measles, followed with a ' dreadfut Lough and turning mto a fever. Doctors but tn athimeandat Detroit treated her, was n vain: ! mere rapidly until she she grew vvor "I hen she ttunl Dr King's handful f a nail New Disco , and alter the use ol two and hMtles was completely cured. They say Hr, King s New Discovery is worth its welghtin gold et vou may get you a trial bottle free at A U JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. his Hotel, renovated ami rclurnished. Is nnw I intend to conduct it w as to not only maintain its high reputation, but ts add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodation for commercial travelers and tine roams fur the dl!uy of samples. 1 In iu) charge and PUBLIC SALE OF 'ne JACKS AND JENNETS I A jT-t- First-Clas- s Saloon comtv. V Pennvsdrug store. And UILLIAKDand POpl. ROOMS attached. f JDSKPH will srll i'n r JS .. ,r h r i FIRST fio. i cagk for wr.iniiixo hogs. Aci . ol i vi otter lor sl privately and t feet high is found to 1k a very mitmwmtnoi L t) , n the r.mj When Baby was Mck, wo cave her CtorU. t,tt a dwelling and otfe st ir Ikmm and lrn 4.1 satisfactory size for thi-- cage, a it will When she as a Child, sho cried for Outori in timlivr Dunl on bard and rleni) of vvjt.i i t cuv ri"y- l.- -- zr., fi Drug Store, Stanford. the largest hog or soventl smaller F in hT? admit Oil on or aaJr.M us fr.l, Otihard Kv When she became Miss, ln clung to Cntoria. uSL animals. Tho construction of this cage llAhllN A LOI Ml. K J" V. them Castorli When she had CUl! 'ren. sho C. MORGAN, D. D. S. is well shown in tho engraving. Tho R. frame is mado of oak or other good timber not less than threo inches square. Peiwnv are h.ieliy forhi.l ten t ri.li in mv lake, DENTIST. t milas Vt of Wavneshur. un.ler th peaaltivs Three crosspieces below supjiort ;i solid presintd for such Aiififi" Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, with f II priv ,le Iv t nrr of t , A. J MRS McVWiOKIbR, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless floor. Only two are necsiry above. siiuaicil i'j, iiillc o tin n td, . owmiU, Ky n tl These crosspieces, above and below, are I)aniPc pikr 01 ,ke DR. W. B. In li ieg """'TANFORD. KESTUCKY anv one m ulung to i .1 t. mortised into the side frame 1J inch Apt iv t 4J I'1' from the end, so that a board nailed Kf Hi. across the end leaves an opening a little SHELTON HOUSE, Office South side Main street, in ollice rccntlr more than an inch wide, in which the seated by Dr. L F HutTiusn, Stanford, Ky. sliding gate may freely move up and .i ft r U M-- S TWADDLE, Proprietor, D. A. down. Such a gate is made at each end .r as foUuns taasBaMrJt .TtVMrva We will Jeliver ice rack rroming - of the cage. The upright bars of tho CRAIG.1, Life. iDLiSiv'iitj(r Aiessr Cmcaso ki gate are laid m position aud the crosscents, over, Under CO Pounds accommodation at reasonable rates. Hotneopathlo Physician, Open day and night. Sample room and good livery bars fastened to them aftcrwa-- d, making T 100 1 cent, over 50 and under "This a very wet country; what do STANFORD. in connection it impossible to remove the gate. The vou rnNfi is here chiHtlv"" KF.NTUCK 100 s ol a cent. "riiibrellas" ends of tho upright bars extend nit inch OOice Hours 19 to is a m.; t to j p m t to r, or more below the lower and g p in 11 F. ELKLiY & CO., An.! B.EWAX-X)(J lli e on Lancaster street, opposite court house enter the narrow opening at tho bottom ')' . AIL of the frame, thus holding the gate I will give the above reward for the arrest aud POINTS Ky. thieves conviction of the thief or t) u. .. aho broke open firmly in place. A stout latch on the . ilia nirvlit nf - upper part of tho frame and a heavy ana roDoea my wk Sept. 3. The goods that I can miss at present are suit of clothes, a blue l'laid suit a Staple in each crossbar of the iruto f ur- .is follows; 26 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. coat, brown PI d; a coats, i'all piKrt- j nish mCans of locking tllO gatO down or m Pullman Veitibule.1 I to tin seeper and Pu" pairs of hluePIaidaO A Mootman HulTet Chsir Cars on all trains through to y, .vu nun iuu, luiiiiiii.iuui; Aurlciiltitvitl, Scientific, cVilrt.. Awhile shirts. 6 mack necKiies, a nuiutiij, 11. uii. 230 C h caco withiat rhauge black straw hats, 2 gents', watch chains-go- od in a hook at the top, is placed near each land, near Miltedgeville, t rent Cord Go via the Morton and grt the Rest for the least Classical, chains, t lady's waUh chain, do., this chain is corner of tho cage. Apply for iW Privilege of seeding this Fall These extend down School, book, ja gold money For inform suon addrs nhort. with a charm in thefornjof tcfulcmic. Commercial to T.j ROIIINsON, ISAAC HAMILTON ringer rings, all sizes. through tho lower frame, that they may Vv BAKKIR . P A Chi- ago IIutonvill, K). Rowland, Ky. tf 5 w o CRISH.D P A i.U svt!!e 0 carry tho entiro weight when tho cage is and Jlilitni'! Courses of Study. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED huspended. IF Vol' ARE t.OING Co. At the side of tho narrow passage in Fall termFREE OF TUITION.Ml I I, Hoard bec)nSr(eiiilfrlli. (amillet which this cage iest3 is n large jiost. 10 in dormitory tiper in prnate ftvi OF STANFORD, KY feet high, notched at the top to receive to K Fur Catulogue uddreiM THE I offer for sale the lever. The short end of this lover MMES K. PATTERSOH. Ph. 0.. Leilnjlon, Kj. ford, containing my farm two miles North ol Stanacres ol od land; a good organized aud ready for business with 35 Is now fully extending over the passage is necessarily bouse with 3 rooms, all necessary outbuildings, a large barn, good cisternal the door, pbny run up Capital of - - $200,000. 8 or 4 feet long, while the longer end Paid nuigwa'cr, about 500 select fruit tree and a.) be about four times Address kinds of small fruits - 15,000. making tho entiro lever ISthis length, Surplus, I.. T. McKOUKKTS. Stanlord or 20 feet Now is the tune to in your fuel for the Win miles south of Stnford ; so a. rts Also 45 acres l.i-.,long. A piece of good timber 8 inches ter at cheap ratts. Send $j to the . ....l.Iu ...nn " IlCC n f,n,Mi imlier. small It 01lll,4llll fu-- i plenty never failing house and good orchard and ." SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL by 4, placed edge upward, will be strong Louisviiic nabmviuc n. n. ll.YNK OF STANFORD, " " it enough for this purpose. To mako it Laurel County Coal Association water. with the same assets and under lighter without weakening, the lower At Pittsburgh. Ky and orders Five Hundred iNow closing up) Is il.c line fur vou, as its tho same management. side of the longer arm of tho lever is !?oo) llustiel car of their bet lump coal on track .NOTICF.TOIHK.. Uy provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as delivery This coal should depositors m National tapered off to the end, where it need not at mines forpreent over fully protected as aie X)ouI)le cost vou a fraction olc on track at Stanford ... a, r,'- aianVsr its shareholders being held individually be more than four inches square. Here it in car load lots f "" stock liable to the extent of the amouut of their to PUBLIC. Having; removed my ttauer $nonlotheCom .Make tlose CHitici Hobs at the bears against another i.ost, to which it is therein at the par value thereol, in addition mmndate lamorctil Mot 1, i am nrbuared to a amount invested in such shares. It may act as confined by a guard of iron, allowing c, as fully as vertical motion only. In tho fehort dies as ore, as gentlenrcli in anything ttey mar LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI executor, administrator, trustee, arm my line Chiliren a. so wane! on van an individual. ...... of the lever, directly above tho For all point I have opened in connection with my Hotel, the with n me. entrusted their buisiness JESSE IHOMPSON, To those who center of Ir.Comr er u; II tel. PlIIKOUt.il TICKETS SOLD. mnaging the Lincoln National Hank oj the cage, a large ringbolt is inserted. while ana IIAGt.At.E ClILCKhD IHROftlll Stanford, we we here tender our many thaiikS "BLTJJC GHAS8 KOUTK." their business trust they will continue to transact prompt atten- Attached to this is a large steelyard, horany int"rmai,in en itnrer.f offering as a guarantee for with us. weighing up to 1.000 or 1,200 pounds. The Sbortost and Quickest Itoute front ARPI Mill Ajunt, J A tion to same, our twenty years experience in The cage is Or StanfirJ Ky, hung to tho cteelyard by four Central Kentucky to all points North banking andas liberalnccouimodations as are con.,r.v. Ir Pas Agent South-Wesbanking. Fas First-Clas- s chains of equal length, joined together East, West antl sistent with sound Junction C ty, K Llnobotweon Lexington and Clnclu Newport News ,V Mississippi Valley Co , "E. D. ubove by a large ring and connecting directors: Solid Vestibuled Trains to natl. public. Ilrand below with the iron rods of the cage. THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO .MID AndotTerthe services of it to the horse make my J, J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; new vehicles and fresh blooded Philadelphia M. Hall, Stanford; It is intended that the two tides of the J, and J ELLiC. stable coinpaie with lever when thu cage is uttached should J.S. Owsb-y- , Stanford ; Baltimore, Now York, , Country. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10,1801. in Tho S.J. Embry, Stanford ; be nearly balanced, tho FhOrt arm being m ' 'ii Give me a call. All points East and Southeast No 1. No t J. Lynn, Stanford; No. j a little the heavier. If it is not so, a box Bvi)i9"tiBnS- Only one night out Ir 'in Lcsington, P W GREEN, Proprietor, A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevilte; t AL BURNS Manager of stone placed on ton of that part of tho Corrected Time Card in Effect Ma) iS, i&ji Ex. Sun. Daily , J. K.llaughman, Hustonville; leyer will make it right. 13 to ami8oopm3copm Stanford; Cincinnati Lve J, F. Cash, ' 3CiiMt Jlomnl. Lve Covington. iSt8 am 8 o3 p m 3 06 p m William Cooch, Stanford, Ky. o 45 m 916 pm 1 1 Lve Falmouth- -, ! 3'Po MILLS laB-SJffflSiilFast Mail leaves Lexington daily at 735 am, o p ir m io tj p m iS Arr Paris ii --Wr-J S. H. Shanks, President. Ta Winchesters 3, Mt Sterling 8.51, Olive Hill 10 40 M n io pm il oo p m Zi.P a Arr Lexington J B. Owsley, Cashier Ashland 11 15 pm, Catlcttsburg u 3, arriving at " J a VERS OF LINCOLN COUNTO TAX-PLve Paris ii 5 am Huntington 11 so Pm M. Bright, Teller W. o 50 f m TY I am prepared to collect ou Uses for iSji Arr Winchester.- - is io p m Limited repress leaves Lexington uaiiy at 0 7 3J v a I have school Ui to collect lor u districts. pm Winchester 700, aii sterling 730, unve in ,11 Arr Richmond, ... i 35 p m J. H.Baughman, General Rook Keeper. , 4 4$ P m Come prepared to pay all at one time. I hope a ot. Ashland 1030 Catleltsburg 10 43, arriving at Arr Lancaster. r t-J will try to be first to settle Hiintinirlon at 11 07 nn Arr Stanford... ... that every with me or one of mv deputies' vu. Richard M. Accoannodation, daily except Sunday. leaves Lve Richmond ... "IS pm BANK NATIONAL Newlaiid, SamuelW. Menefee. ,.., c,e, Lexington at $ 45 pm, Win'hester 7 10, Ml bier. Arr Livington.... 3' is P m Twenty mile the Shortest to Is M bW J. linir T as. arriving at Olive Hill at 10 pm Lve Middlesboro 7 33 P m Lincoln Ce. ' BGL A. S. PRICE, CT .' ' .- - r4 ii3Mfe? i?UW j .huW.t'. " -. -- ''. KzfirAzaix .r.-. iWoffl-.'-- ' " VJ s Ik. PUIm Alton a new principle - regulating the liver, stomath and luwels through the nerves. Anew Dr Miles' PilU elilv cure MMous-re- s discovery bad taste, torpid liver, plUs. coitlpitin. tuallests L" c ualed for wen, woiien. .hlWtn Filly doses tj cenf Smmple, ini,rvt. i free at A K I'euny Mlloa Norvo and Llvor Thursday, Oct. 22d, 1891, orty htud of Ihtuibon Connty raited J,ks and Jennets st Diamond Halt Stock Palm, on mil trom Parts, Ky .on the M.ttvtlle branch r the THE F. I RILEY B. BOUSE, Kentucky. ft HtLEYProprletor. - London, tircpsrtd than ever - Kentcky Central Itailiuad. The farm 'a m and ! at ft n m Jfar CHAKLtsCAKNul I. LF.KR A reached at an I e Ml j have moved tn my new Hotel sshI am better to accommodate the pisMIc liOM Livery ttaehed an4 every rweicnce di sired. Give me a call. I'KANK KILKV. ;? $1,000 Caah. in.-r-. -- :"r . -- -- sti WAKSTIITG. l Cood I ! Farzn S'or Sale. I t 1 TEMY, vo-i- v ii- - THE Dentist. ICE, ICE I li 3S-i- I 1 Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 94-o- m DR JOHN.M. wrrai auuUryu -- m'3' s $200 1 . , cro-sba- 'U.CCCA'O, WililST . r'u"i I 1 1 , I 'lUIIJolKENTUCKy, Kngi-neeein- FOR RENT, r Stanford, - Farm of Acres, Xormal v Hlue-Gra- I - . Farmers Bank& Trust vu-e- Small Farm For Sale. WORTH ""WEST, ... Farraors, attention 1 4 I -- -- Kb isWlkjLJLX ' tjwmi&Ki&z 1 TRAVELING Daily Trains - Kentucky Central R.R. I 111 BITTERS HOUSE, t. Livery Stable, tho OLD KY. ROUTE, C Washington, Best . I m&m 'JsssrSr. rrirp-BBi'Vi South-Boun- d r V1 M a TAXES TAXES A tax-pay- er I tJ cvWA. 1 ;wpa No. imMBmwmmKiL GrflLtlSEA1. ss Of STANFORD, KY. . 34.4m Sherifl'of North-Roun- d. No. No. 6. Capital Stock -Surplus p $200,000 6,500 1 TIG. II WEIOIIINO DEATCE. .. invited to the fact r .v Ml. J."! Nional bank in Stanford. . A"l?.1 " Bnk Act. Under the provisions of the Ntlon J,e?naTeeVchyearlothe Kara'oySS Vile nri itft aSSdS HC of thecondition United , States . i.. .n..,nmrnl aeents, arstroffi;yrtabJi,heda,the "",--ji, 54nti, thus securing ,.i,.d .times. adaititonai -lSltlianKOl asaniuiu National Hank ol.ataniora i Bank .v- .- Kint N'atinnal ol j ...v uninter: sSSridta.Mi.haih.d practically an supplied years It 1. better exlstenceof SSw taciUtles for transacting business prompt ever before in its long and tvTnd liberally than r.. i7nnrabie career Accounts of corporations, firms and individuals respectfully .ol.cfidu-cia- oi..j iii ted. Hank is composed The Directory of this llHoster, of Stanford; T' county ; Foiestus Keid. Lincoln Stanford; ot j. Wi I Hayden, Lincoln; S. H. Haughman, M.J.Miller. Mt Vernon; S. T Harris. Lincoln; J. S. Iiocker Stanford; G. A I.aeicey, Lincron; T P Hill, Stanford; V. O, Welch, Stanford. W. I. Tate, Stanford t Now for the method of operation. The gate of the cage next to the pen is raised, and it being several feet within a narrow passage and in a corner of the ieii, there is no great difficulty in driving nn animal into it. The gate is now closed and the cage with the animal in it is lifted from the ground Ijy pulling down on tho outer end of the lever. For this purpose a chain is attached, and when drawn down is hung ou a ntout iron pin driven into the post. The lover is thus held in position while tho weighing is done. A plank laid across the fence above the cage serves as a platform for the weigher. If it is desired to put the animals into wagons after weighing, the gate next the inclined piano is raised and they are easily driven up. S. P. Shull in Iiural New Yorker. Movable runs aro excellent for poultry that cannot have freo range. These can bo cheaply made of wire or twine netting, likewise from unbleached muslin. The muslin or netting is stretched along u framo that is secured upright by slats nailed across. The fifth annual corn palace of Iowa is announced to open at Sioux City Oct. It w.d Jnso the 1 ;tn. OFFICERS. Casl.ier. er A. A. McKiunev, Assistant Cisl Tresldcnt, J, S. Hocker, M Roberts, John J. cj-i- yr Lve Middlesboro 6 38 a m Lve Livingston, it is a m Arr Richmond.. la 40 a m Lve Stanford .... 7 00 a m Lve Lancaster.. j 50 a m Arr Richmond.. to is a m m Lve Richmond. i 46 p m 6 os I 40 p m 6 55 Arr Winchester. mi p m 7 4S ....... Arr Paris in J3 Lve Lcxlugton . a 00 p m 7 00 mj3 4SP" Lve Paris 45 p m 7 S3 a m. 4 s p m Lve Falmouth .. 4 io p ra 9 3 a m 5 30 p m Arr Covington... i 40 P m 1049 a tn 0 37 p m Arr Cincinnati .. 5 50 p tn loss am 6 45 P W On theMaysville Ilranch, No 10. leaves Paris ai 7 SS, am and No. ii, at 613, p m, arriving at Maysville at 10 10, a m, and 830, p m. No. 9 leaves Maysville at 5 ao a m, arriving at Paris at 740, am. No. 11 leaves .Maysville at 50 and arrives at Pans at 4 10, p m. These trains ar daily except Sunday, No 1, dally to all points except Rowland Division, which lsdaily except Sunday. No. 1 runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati. No. 3 runs daily Nik s runs daily from all stations except the Rowland DivisicQ, which is daily except Sunday. No, 3 daily except Sunday. No 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington. No 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daily. Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. m. Arrives Paris iu 15 a in No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leives Cincinnati 5 10 p m Arrives Falmouth 703pm daily except Sunday, No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 oo a in. Arrives Cin, cinnati 7 Si a m daily except Sunday No. a and 6 m.ikc connections at Winchester for on tht N. N. A M. V. R'v, E. D points No 3 carries through cars from Cincinnatito Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all In icruiediate stations and runs daily. W 1. Ml'NSON Trav. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. C. P. AT.MORF. S R. KNOrr, Gen Pass Agt. Irarh, Geociat office, Louisville, Ky S. F. II. MORSE. Gen'l PsssVr Ag Otfi. r CJ- TiVer ot Commerce liiildir,g,Cmcinnat. 1 Mai-sge- BBS1 1 B0UEOPA1BIC SM, Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it has been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its propensity for removing soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and will appear iu this space at a later date. Made and sold by J. U. HIGGINS, Stanford, ky. oS-i- John II. Castleman. A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEK & CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South. W. A. TRIBBLE, Local STANFORD. KY. Ant, Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leaves Lexington nt it soam, Winchester 1210 pm, Mt. Sterling 05 pm. Dally leave Olive Hill 6 4 am' Making direct connections in Central Unload. pot for Ashland 8 45 am, Catletttbuig 9 03, arrives Hunt mglono 35 am. Michigan Points, St. Louis, Chicago. VHt Uoutul. Clev.e,?"dt. llullalo, 1,e,Ii,,t Indianapolis and the Weit, Fast Mail leaves Huntington dally at 600 am, Canada, New England, Catleltsburg 6 JJ, Ashland' 0 37, Olive Hill 8 10. Mt Sterling 1017, Winchester 11 05 and arrives Lex-Inat is 05 pm llaltimore, Philadelphia, Limited Express leaves Huntington daily at I ao Washington, Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort pm, Catleltsburg 1 39, Ashland 130, Olive Hill anV' Richmond. VIRGINIA 301, Mt. Meiling 4 31, Winchester 4 $8 and arrives Qoickest line to at Lexingtcn at 5 30 pm. Accommodation, daily erept Sunday, leaves Olive Hill 4 am. Mt. Sterling- 6 35. Winchester 7 is and arrives at Lexington at 3 05 am. Solid Trains, luifgag. can, amokinK cars Accommodation dally leaves Huntington nt6 35 and pm, (..allelttourg 057, Asnianu 7 in aim uriives at -- u.ciics, unman iiouuoir levnvr tk....i. ...:. Olive Hill S 55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt put change via Chattan )ga, Ilirmlngham, Merid -Sterling at 30 pm, Winchester 5J and arrives a ""...."inivi,ii.uirn rouie ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and pointi inlor Nnos. Lexington at 2 45 pin the Limited Vestibuled Express runs dally and tas Pullman Vestibuled lluffet Sleepersbelween Lou. isvllle, Lexington, Washington, New York and At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmmc Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the ton, Charleston. Augusu, Macon, Sivannih, celebrated llr.inswick, Lake City, Thomasville and FLOUI DA points, 1 no only line runninur solid trln wirK rkmr. K .. East of Huntington on the C. .V O. Route IJoudoiror Palace dally except Sunday be .w..,.,,. ,,.M,fii. viiaugc , Sleeping Cars tn Jack Fait Mail Trains run l.l.... ... lor any cTass of passen tween Lexington and Huntington, - .Make direct geraor paggage Selma and Montgomery. Htintsyille, Decatur, connection at Huntington with C A- O ; nt Ash land wiih S. V. R ; at Winchester with K C R Memphis and ARKANSAS iKMntt. R. north aud south bound, and at Lexington w ith i iiwl s... t, L & N., L S. and C ,N. O. T. P. Railroads. Oncct coniiettions made at NKW OR. J"'5I and Olive JIHl Accommodation daily, LEANS without omnibus trunsfei for Galveston except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and iiousion, Austin, from K C points and nt Lexington with L AN. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. R R for I ouisville Lexingtou and Mt Sterling Accommodation The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, runs daily except Sunday, aim nius.es direct coil Miss,, Shrevepcrt La., making direct connections tuition ut Winchester to mid from Mlddlesbor- - without omnibus transfer tor Dallas Fort Worth nugh and Richmond, and at Lexington with L Austin San Antonio, El Paso and polnlsiri Ry for Louisville. full information 111 regard to rates, routes TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFOnNIA. lor Ac , apply to any agent of tin or coimectiug lin.l Kor through rates, correct County maps and tul or to information call on Agent at Junction Cltv. Kv C. L, IIROW or address H. K. HUNTINGTON, FRANK. V. WOOLLLs', G J' A V P. and O. M., Ttav Pass. Agt , Lexington, Kv. Kv I.exin.ton. D. MILLER. D. & EDWARDS. W S. HARRISON. I G W. HARNEY, Traffic Mangr,, G P ,V T, A.. , .ai.,-.,- -, Cincinnati, O i.y i vi , .ciii4,.um, v, . 1 gt OINJCTKTATIf New York, Boston, NEW 'DHILEANS, CJAHMMJfKrAS, . 1 1 F. F. 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