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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891100201 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. I Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. A MAD RUSH FOR LAND. A Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2.M891. BACK AT COLLEGE, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MT. VERNON, ROBKCASTLE COUNTY. 0 NO. 61 B. W. Writoa a Readable Loiter to His For S.m.b. H00 ewes. Givens is County Man Tnkts Part and V. . It. Carter. r,,! i'""11" How it Was Djnc. Tells AsiiLMi, Ya , K.pt, SO. With the Pierrsi I.orillurd has purchased To the luiiior li.ut.or JoMm.l.t eon Tobca for $20,000. Oki.Uiom.s, Sep. 20 I'orlinps some of poUcitudu wliirli only n w'hnol-hn- y . i ii... experience when prirtini: with tho' ex Th Georgetown Times has notes of UKO lO lieur w inu your It'lUlurH WOlllll underfill country thnt 1ms just boon eeedingly dear, after having spent n sales of 205 stock ewe at ft 50. Richard Robinson Bold to M. V. .med to Oklnhoma ami tin f?rent race most delightful vacation, I turned my & Co., S hoifor calves at 2', cts. lion just ooflt of hack upon that dear oltl I mix, which to into that country. It FokSami. -- Throe good Jersey milk Oklahoma proper and is known ns tho tho writor has been the Mene of so and l'otnwntomle reservation.. many unjoyablu oocsaions, ami iooii was cows and 4 Jersey calves. Kph PenningKiowa.Snc These lands woro declares! open for hi'I rolling rapidly to another town, which ton. parlane haw been tho S. T. Harris bought of II. S. Withtleuicnt Knpt. 22. If any of tho mtderaj in rollwgo-ho- y can Kciiiio ol many a "Mist ami many a ers a hunch of 1, feeders at 8) were in tho Oklahoma rush they exciting this rnw "curl." ot. form some idea of how I shall not weary yon with n descripTen valuable trotters wero burned n only thin was moro oxctttnj! and were more pwiph at tho Himm to tion of my trip, which hiu frequently in It. A. Wilton's traininz stable, near there make tho race. It in claimed that over Iwen grmihiuiliy pictured by abler pons Frankfort. Catron A Jones, of I'tilsnki, sohl to 100,000 people luvndcd the promised than mine, hut I will only supplement catbeautiful and what has been written br sjinphusiiing William Grime 12 ood land. Tho weather wiw propitious to pathor out a that no tourist ohouUl complete his jour- tle at 2 cts. tho element The Stanford Killer mills pay 00 largo crowd. In twinl of interest, scenes neying until he hits traveled on tho V. of excitement, the desperate fetrnnglu to V V., over the 0. v 0. and viewed tho cents for wheat, but there is Mttlo doing in tho trade. secure homes in city and country, tho grandeur of the Allejthuiilesi. Givens ft Carter bought of various At t o'clock Tnetdiiy evening tho desperate cliancaa takrii to life and d of milk ami tho great crowd which took hiAkctnnn mumbled "Ashland." Just jKirties in this county n liuibH pnrtiuthorace.it will go in history m then a sound like the bourne roir of tho cows at S25 to S3! 50. A fanner i i Lvoiib county, In., has breaker upou a rocky bench torn above unexampled. Tho crowd begun to gather on tho the jarring of gearing and rumbling of just sold his wheat crop for more than wild tho land on which it grew cost him. lines days before tho opening preparing wheels. Then in a ami wagotiH and turnouts of all cadence, the eolbrge yell, no familiar to In Anderson county J. L. Hond horses eorta. Ah tho hour of noon, Tuesday, me, burst from tho throats of over a bought of tiPore Searcy 100 fat ltojis at grew near tho oxcitement intensified, hundred boys. I have heard the Indi- I cents, to ho delivered in November. The annual coffee crop of the world the Yankee slogan and until it became almost uncontrolahle, an is estimated at over 11,000,000.000 lbs., greyhounds waiting to bo iind like the Kebel yell, but none of them stimuthe racers with every norvo lated such emotions as did this on this worth in first hands over 1.'5,000,000. A. C. Dunn sohl to James IS. Lynn a If, indulgent render, you strnined to it utmost tension, awaited occasion. tho word of command. When tho time would like to hear n sample of the col- mate mule colt for $75. Mr. Lynn has expired tho captain ordered tho soldiers lege yell, I ehotild respectfully refer bought about 25 this year at $50 to $75. The tobacco crop in California promto give back and then llred liii revolver you to n noted tooth extractor in Stanfor tho command to go. As tho bullet ford, whe became quite an adept under ises to be a great success and tho indus left tho imuzlo of tho pistol, to did tho my instructions during tha hummer, or try will probably become a profitable borbcmen and tlioso lu wagons break to I will send you a sample copy by return one. a mad rush. It was indeed a mad, mad mail. J. C. Carson sohl to Joseph Cotley a Ashland, the site of Randolph Macon small bunch of butcher cattle at 21 cents to bo witnessed more than rush, one not once in a life time and one which set is Minuted immediately upou tho Rich- and to Johnuon, of Doyle, a yoke of oxen Lincoln ; Dry weather is preventing wheat sowing. Rev. J. W. Masters, of Brodhoad, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. preached here Sunday. xSgr. ..... Koad working is progressiugj favorably throughout the county. Kvtll corp ol Cuntcrvatur) and N'ormil School tea., her j. Superior ioir.Literature, Mmic and Mr. James Reynolds writes from on application. Cataloguei nd circular Arl. excellent boarding Pittsburg of thejurrival of a girl at his house. There is an abundance of fine wild grapes thiB season. "The woods are full of them." .Mr. Ad Henderson nml Miss Susie Drown, of Laurel, wero married lat K. 12. Cor. Uh Ac Vino, Cincinnati, O. week. They will reside at Furis. Mr. John Gentry, aged about 70, Book-keepin- g, Short-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, Telegraphy, died Sunday. Ho had been in feeble health for a long time and had, been Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, gradually finking for months. Penmanship and all Business Branches. Tho school, which was to have be1802. Larso and llourUhlntj. Twelve Instructors. Up with tho timei. Fs'nbllshod for lluslncss PureulU. Hits the conlldncc of the Business Community. gun hero under the charge of the Pres- Til's thoroughly The chnrges are byterian Synod, has been postponed unThe tutlent ore in demand untt are aliltd in curlitj employment. reusonahle. Board can be had In tho city at low llRurci. Day nnd Night Sessions. Does til after Uie public school closes. as promUcs. Investigation tollcltcd. Scud tor catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. The depot agent Itore has rigged up one of his telegraph keys, a self acting "circuit closer," which makes it impossiHP29sJjiESBlw8liMfliiHSKiBMfejKU3 ble to "leave your koy open." For the first time in years thpj ser vices of the convicted prisoners in jail are being put to use. They aro 1 being worked on the streets ami roads umltr the charge of tho jailer and marshal. Rockcastle fanners are paying more attention each year to the importance and value of fertilizers in their crops, especially wheat. Tons of the article are being used this fall and an increased and for acreage will bo sown this season. Mit Frazer, a littlo son of James Fra-zeCaotnrla cur Colic, Constipation, "Cantoris to so well adapted to children that Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, Pino Hill, while carrying a glass I recommend Itaa superior to any prescription and promotes dJ. IZUIa Wonua, gives 31. D.. II. A. ARcncn. known to mt." gestlon, fruit jar, fell, breaking the jar, which medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, M, Y. I 'Without injurious severed threo fingers from his right Tun CwiTACR Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. hand. The members were replaced and sewn on and all will probably2be saved. Mr. D. C. Poy titer, who lately setevery nervo to throbbing and ovory dtoji mond, Fredericksburg & Potomac rail- for $S0. tled up his indebtedness, has resumed Kingman, tho double Derby win- business. He hits opened up in his storeof blood to tingling. It was ovory man road, upon the most elevated plateau between Richmond and Washington, I). ner, only brought $1,000 at miction at house on the south side of Main street, for himself and tho devil take tho They stopped for nothing; the C. On this account the village of Ash-nItonia. John Madden, of Lexington, recently vacated by Win. Poynter. The was originally chartered as a sum bought him. buggies and wagons that were upset latter has opened his stock of groceries The crops in Southern l.ussia are a in the Andrew Baker with womou and children under tliuin mer resort and is much frequented dur Henry and Jim Laltue, the two dardid not attract any attention and htayed ing the houtud term, while the compara complete failure and the peasantry sees Dealers In- not tho rush for a second, but they kept tive infroquency and brief duration of little but starvation before them. There kies who broke into Welsh's store at whips to tho severely cold weather make it especially is almost no food iy the country. Pine Hill last May, and have since reputting their spurn and There wero S00 cattle on tho Win- mained in jail here, have beeu released, horses and would run over any ono that favorable to health and comfort during tot in their way. Indinna gathered on the college session. Tho campus con- chester market Monday, but few public the grand jury having found no indictthe lines and seemed to enjoy tho race, tains about 12 acres and is a fine grove sales were made, 41 of 1,100 pounds ment, the witness not appearing to prossnml as we passed by they greeted us of oaks and maples. Tho grass, flowors brought :5 and lighter S to yj, privatel- ecute. Henry was given lOdaysonthe received great at- ywar whoop, but they nml shrubbery have streets for having broken jail. with an tention and add much to the beauty of Secretary T. Horace Clelland, Jr., Klijah Herrin, who is erecting a were soon left far behind. When wo arrived, at tho town site, the grounds. To the eight dormitories, has our thanks for invitation to the Fall dwelling at this place for Miss Lizzie building, the Dun- Meeting of tho Marion County Trotting Sowder, is a man of man. trades. He which was to bo tho county Beat, we the Pace lecture-roowere met there by a troop of cavalry- can Memorial Chapel, the halls of the Association, to be held at Lebanon Oct. will turn the house over to the owner completed, having done all of the work men, which brought us to n halt, but literary societies nml tho gymnasium, 7 to I). OF KANAWHA o FRESH CAR-LOA- D In Cincinnati shipping cntttle good himself, from putting in btone founda- A they had to shoot one horse from under has been udded the Science Hall, for rooms and laboratories for practical to choice are quoted at yj to 5J, butch- tion, brick chimney, lathing and plastercheck him from going a mnu in order to over the line, and stuck n bayonet in work in physics and biology. To the ers 2J to IJ; best shipping hogs aro ing, tho carpenter's work, painting and another one. The crowd had to dis- ambitious student, the college oilers worth 5.IS0, sheep aro firm at 2$ to 5, papering, all done in good shape, tho' Grasslands. Mr. II. doesn't claim to be a painter. 3Ir. f. h. Hare.ol ludi&nupolls, owner of ttie mount and camp there until tho next many inducements, among which are lambs 4 tritd all the differ- Tho Southerlin As Administrator of Stamp Turpin Tho police judge fined James Ver-di- aboc larm, writes. "I hae reinuvus imui, day at 12 o'clock, when Uov. Steele de- thcfollowitig prizes; ent remedies .uiveruea ior snltntt and bunche. I feci . srfe In .sayinij that $30 Tuesdiy on a charge of clared tho town site ready for settle- medal for oratory; tho Walton prize for 1 will sell at 10 o'clock, on county court the Interest limine purchased MrPhprmn I of .!.-ray former uc.v .....w v.w W. R l.benl ."i,000, and (.reek scholarship; the Kstill mathemat- day, a Harkaway stud colt and brood From the evidtneo it appears ued.' ment. There woro between share of the patronage of the people of Rowland will continue the cash business and vicinity. people, both men and women, to ical prize; tho" I'uco prize medal for the mare; a'so an Alderney heifercalf. Dieh- that James McIIargue, of Pine Hill, gave 0,000 Ed Powell and Jim Leper wero which the firm of Hilton .V Mcl'herson started out !tt , ,n ,... mi.. t.. ttui itodo.nnntn Verdin tho money to purchase the li- . can easily prove why it will be rush in for town lots, some on horses, bebt essayist; the Murray medal for tho ard Hobitihon, i xv.., benenciil to botnmv cunomets and myself. For Tho Danville Advocate says that quor, which they together drank. Later Iianceu iue3iiaynivi.ue:viue, others in wagons and the majority afoot, student who has attained the highest instance look at these prices, 20 pounds jrranula- murder. ted sugar for $i, Arbucklc's coffee 15 cents per nil on tho lino with sticks in tboir hands average grade during the session, and wheat is selling at 00 cents there, with they procured a jugfull and proceeded to pound and oil other goods ill proportion. Alo few crops to be disposed of. J. K. havo a good time. Verdin walked awcy oil" as soon others too tedious to mention. but ready to btako her or his lot and shingles has on hand at a'.l times lumber H. HILTON. for Isale J. Owing ton diphtheria hcure, the at- Wright, of Lincoln, sold several bunches with the jug to a place of safety. Mcus the word was said. Tho horsemen Kowland, Ky. yr and wagons woro nil mixed with those tendance at college this year is not as of 1,100 pound feeders at 4 to 4J ami 200 IIargue, fearing the jug was lost, swore stock ewes at $J.50 a head. L. W. Hud-bo- out u writ and had Verdin arrested. Mcwho were going to rush m on foot, and great ns anticipated. was a beautiful Septembor Yesterday shipped w) extra sugar mules, pur- IIargue went on Verdin's appeal bond Graded School at Crab Orchard. tho crowd was divided, part on the of nioiniiiL-- nml the sun had risen in all chased in Madison and Doyle, tit $100. afterward. north side and part on the south side idtht J m wtfv W mm mSm At a regular term of the Unioln County Court, VayataJata Wallace George J. Ballard sold his premium Mrs. lVfrnrrh, the lady mentioned litld Si.nt. ii. iSui.In Hon. matter of E. appl tho town site. When tho order was his radiant glow, giving strength and the the Judge, presiding New, Mississippi Valley Co., "E. D. Crob Orchard, Newport Solid Vestibule Trains to given to go both sides made for the cen- courage to those who wero just begin jack, Longfellow, 7 years old, to J. W. as having been tried nt your placo for catwnofa Graded Krce School atreceived by the Kentucky, a pennon having been square, which is near ning tho duties of another day, But ilenrdon, of Richmond, for $1,402.. As lunacy, came to this place and staid Judgoof the Lincoln County Court signed by WashlllStOn, Philadelphia tre, or court-houcitizens who te tax pajcrs and and re the centre of the town, in order to get tho enchanting scene was not long des- nn example of intensive farming J. B. from Saturday until Monday before go- elKhtrclithe proposed KradedFrei School Di.trut, Baltimore, WCW YOiK, side in to continue. Fiery clouds soon Gay raised 21 bushels per acre of rye ing to Stanford. She claimed here that asking that a Graded Free School District be es tined valuable lots, and when they met boundary of which is to be a circ e All points East and Southeast. tablished, the tho earth trembled, but no ono enveloped the bright, blue sky nml a and Fold it at 75 cents por bushel, and sho had been in Kast Tennessee on a exteuding i1 miles in every direction from the Only one n.lit out Irom Lexington. Corrected Time Card in Effect May IS, iSt. who was hurt. All thoy terrific thunder storm ensued. Awed immediately after cutting the rye plow- vieit to friends and had started on her intersection of inthe Lancaster, Stanford and Mt. seemed to earn Crab Orchard, Vernon roads i by the threatening hour, tho little birds ed tho ground and sowed it in Hungarireturn to Tavlorsville, where sho was It is now ordered that J N. Menefee, Sherut or wanted was to get a choicu lot. Lincoln Couiitv, optn a poll at the regular sotin Enst Bound, Soon every ono quieted down and you ceased their songs and students gave up an grass, which is safely stacked. If this living with a doctor's family; that she place in Crab Orchard on the ,f nm rs s. ' -- " f nit l..vrt l.filML'tnn itailv. ill'.'.w 1040 1.. --e Hill There was heard an kind of farmiug weio universal tho cry had been sick at Knoxville and paid out " could iiear moaning and groaning from their i?i.L. Day OI nnrnltnr 1S91 Winchesters 33, Jit Strlmt; 8.5a, Oilsarrlsttig at AshUndiJispm,CatlettsburB iaa8, appalling clap of thunder and tho light- of hard times would seldom bo heard. what monev she had for nurses and doc those who bad been run over by tho sense purpose of Uti,,ton.taUs 6 , tors. She didn't show any signs of in- for thetatcts in said propo-e- dthe Graded of the School horses. Tho soldiers began to gather ning broke foith in bright, terrific splen- Winchester Democrat. hree white Sterling 7 10. Olise Hill sanity while here. Sho also mentioned District upon the Proposition whether "not they !'" Winchester Jo 00 Mt found four crippled, two dor. The noble old oaks on the campus hland .0 them up. Thoy eveedmg sixty cents It Logans Greek arid Dix River. having a married daughter living in will sote an annual tax not badly bruised up and threo killed. One were tossed to and fro by ttie wind. A Sunday, .eaves 1 IIHI. IT I.eXlIILriOIl Sit Ht'IKl 7 ". ..... O.V.- Our genial friend, H. It. Gentry, is Paris, France. of tho killed was r woman of about 15. terrified group of students fell on their . iirrlvlni- - at Oliie Hill at lO ml. to said white persons and a poll tax not Dr. Lovell and C. C. Williams were two dollars per capita on each hue maleiperson l.tur t Accommodation, dully except Sunday, leaves A troop of soldiers has boou stationed knees in prayer to God for deliverance. making many friends in his canvass for ...,. n( iff the said nrcnosed Their prayora woro answered for soon sheritl. It is exceedingly dry hero and in Middlesboro last week on busiuess. Graded r.in School residing infur the purpose of Lexington at 11 40am, Wlmhester 1130 pm, Mt. Ui'trict, at both county bents to keep peace. Free Haily leave Olive Hill 6 45 am building and maintaining u Sterling 05 pin. There has been but littlo trouble since there were signs of a break and the for tho last week Dix river furnishes the The following Mt. Vernon people are erecting a suitableSchool in said proposed Graded Ashland S 45 am, Catlettsbu g 9 03, arrives Hunt eood Graded Free ington $ aj am. Lord pacified tho elements. As a result nearest stock water. The rain of Mon- taking in the fall festivities in Louis- FreeSchrol Distnct, or for the payment l tho opening. Wst X3ountl. and interest on any such bonds not exceed on tho rivers nml creoks of of the electric storm tho air was made day night was far from being suflicieut ville: Messrs. F. L. Thompson, Hugh ing four thousand dollars, (Sj.ooo! as the Board ot Tho land Fast Mail leases Huntington dally at 600 am, Graded Free School His. Ollse Hill 8 is, Ashland 6 this now country is fine, whilo tho up- purer and more wholesome, for all tho to help tho water supply much. The Miller, J. M. Williams, A. Pennington, Trustees of proposedsell under the provisions ol Catlettsburg 6 Winchester 11 37, and arrises Jo. Mt Sterling liar, 05 trict may issue and w'orka of God are founded in wisdom rumor is afloat that ono of our young Robert Young, Dr. J. J. Brown, Jonas this Act for the purposes aforesaid. at is 05 pin. land is covered with timber, but tho In GEO. II. COOPER. Clerk, Limited Kvpreis leaves Huntington daily at so A copy. Att; 19, Ashland oil dians have taken ull tho best bottom and always answer to aomo benevolent men, who has been in tho western por- McKenzie, Mrs. Bello Buruside, Mrs. lty GEO. U. WEAREX, IJ. C 50, Olive Hill pm, Catlettsburg purpose. 3 ot, Mt. Metllng 4 32, Winchester 4 53 and arrives tion of the State for two or threo years, G. Coyle, Mrs. M. Lovell, Mrs. K. A. lauds and left tho high lands for tho palo at 5 30 pm. at l.cingtf " hen fear not, though the angry sky Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leaves Brown and Mies Mallio Coyle. Mr. W. will retuniBhortly with a bride; and ah faces. There is better laud in OklahoPUBLIC A thousand darts should cast, 6 Winchester Ohe Hill 4 am, atMt. Sterling 8 35.am. Lexington at 05 Why should we tremble e'en to die Madam Humor also tells ub that before L. DeGrofl", jeweler, has gone to Nashma proper than thero is in tho now 7 15 and arrives OF Accommodation dally leas es Huntington at 6 35 with Itimat last I" Mr. J. W. And be country just opened. Hut it will not bo a great ninny days the goutlemau who ville for a few months. pin, Catlettsburg 657. Ashland 7 10 and arrives at W. B. W. Except leaves Uliso II1IIS55 long until tho white man will buy out has beeu making his monthly visits here Brown has returned to Aransas Harbor, LAND, ST002C, CHOP AND Sterling at t so pm. WinchesterSundayand arrivesMt pm, a 55 to see, a certain Toxas, whero ono or two years' money PERSONALTY. Lcungtonat a 45 pm. Otteniikim is still on n boom. Mr. J. from tho Magic City, tho Indiana and this Indinn Territory will be tho banner State of tho Uniou. Limited Vestibuled Express runs dally and Has Ottenbeinier was here in order to make youug lady, will come by onco moro and making will satisfy him, when he will I WILL OX Pullman Vestibuled lluffet Sleepefs between LouCrops of nil kinds are fiuo hero and some new plans and got everything in curtail all his unnecessary expenses by return to the land of his fathers. Vick isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and 15, 1891. Old 1'oint Comfort. This train U made part of the everything ia moving upwards. Men running order bx May 1st. Mr. A. A. taking her oil'. Miss F.lla Dunn, one of Owens, after n 13 days' involuntary rest, celebrated from tho Kast aro buying tho first set- McKinney was seen here this weok with Bryantsvillo's most charming young la- has resumed the' key at N. Y., (LivingsOffer to the highest bidder the following propV. tlers out and aro improving tho country n lady friend. Ho hud a bright smile on dies, was tho guest of Mrs. Ben Gaines ton); Jim Bailey, ditto, nights, 12 days. erty: inMy Farm containing 131 acres fronIliu'"l: East of Huntington on the C. Ar O. Route. land, Lincoln county. Milledgejillc. Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sunday his left cheek. Tho farmers aro very the first of tho week. John Hughes liaa Mr. W. M. Gay was uu from Pine Hill ford and iK miles from Lexington and Huntington. Make ' Oklahoma City is the best town in tho busy making Byrup; good prospect for boon in this vicinity several days with a Tuesday. He says his miners havo set in Krass but jo acres. A new nouso mi an7 tween connection at Huntington with C.iO.i rooir.sTincly finished inside and out I here is land wuh S. V. R. ; at W inchester wit' from earTerritory. It has 10,000 inhabitants and of ,cied vatwtic. plenty of molasses. Can put somo on big lot of Texas ponies, which ho dis- struck again, this time ou account of dis- abundance of fruitJenetins. 1 here i ample stable R. north and south bound, and at I ly June apples to is improving and building up very fast. & X., L. sides of the corn cake. Tho lum- posed of at $u0 to $13. Iiun Gaines satisfaction with the bank boss. It is roont lor 10 or ia horses, there being 11 bo stalls L.Lexington S. and C , N. O. T ' both ' and Olive Hill It will soon bnvo anotbor railroad and ber for tho now schooMiouso is in ita thouuhtho had a mighty bargain in one almost a weekly occurrenco with them and all necessary crop and slock nf except Sunday. Connects jJJsG, 1 will als sell the grow wonderfully rapidly, if it the from K. C points and at I then it will so stacks good hay, io barrels yf corn placo. It is getting timo to have it built of the ponies, which ho purchased for to strike on some pretext. supposed R. R. for Louiswlle SIDING. field and lot or cfo'ver hay in the barn, keeps building up liko it has for tho Id work mules Lexington and Hl finds that it will take a p before cold weather sets in. Kain is $25, but now be obi a orj stacks. Alsos runs daily As a matter of economy, tho consti- all sound, a Kood family 5 4ear horses, also nnat vear. It will soon bo the nicest badly needed; dust is three, inches deep $30 roward to catch her. eold, one with a line colt nection at Wintutional convention refused to pay two Snd brood mare. 4 years Gambetta: a .good milk city in tho West and will bo tho capital and if it keeps on in this way for auoth-e- r Gentry's rne sows and pigs; a new . expert penmen to enroll the now constiKnowing that ?SwsVKoodho. of Capt-Jof Oklahoma some day. Andy Leach, brother-in-la- w of wagon and month wo will be obliged to put wa?tound in a AcT-Sjob to Delegate fotoVfarmmg utensils. hlso new lot Old Kentucky is a lino State and my old ter works in operation. W. Carrier, of Rowland, died at Kings-vill- tution and Kive the to do it for noth- plowgearandsarious articles useful and needed or to . . ! "C7 TTIOri Ramsey, who offered bomo. too. 1 must say WKianumii is a 11. K. VAATJt Monday, of consumption, aged 47. ing. This kept the convention in sesA XJI.AI.AS sums of $10 cash In hand, and over Terms.-J. 31. Tuckeu. uner country. until 1st Jan. without e Vre letting your coptract A has beeu established nt His remains wero iuterred by tho G. A. sion at least two days loiiRor than neces- Sio a credit will be given lend 1.3 in hand and the interest. Terms on the spent $1,400 balance in and a years with Interest L.from date. Tho Washington Couuty Leader baa Rlza, Whitley county, and Lewis W. It., of which bo was a member, at Pleas- sary. They Messenger. to savo $200. 0ijJiiFEE, Stanford, Ky. W. REED. Oweufiboro jjim Iclsoy appointed ant Point. suspended. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September isl, 111 furni-hed It . Hi-k- in 100-pou- nd Hfr Infants Children. , car-loa- half-rliuntin- war-whoo- d, r, hind-ormos- t. store-hous- FARMS & HARDIN, -- Staple anciFancy Gro ceries, Hardware Queen- Glass-- and Tinware. old-tim- e SEE OTJE.SIiBaA.17T IiIITS OF LAMPS. SALT lee-tur- tof. n JOjSj moon-shinin- g. liimiuinj -- cash: 1 oixzrz: - 1 lTotic of Blcotion 57-- --5 n j : A-- se ollS,r..n each-oth- er 1 , text-book- V-- t : "SSfSrte.v ,snDilVri!:t '.:.,.. deept 111' 1 .. 1 etct-ettiu- ofpriij-cipa- Lex-lu- gt 1 1 1 ! SALE 11 1 Thursday, Oct. Ky-,7II blue-gra- ss F. F. " - '"", A- -' year-ol- d .. rl ? e, Sr AU post-ollic- 1 post-inaBte- r. f u .'.' ' v- - " ! ! Gen. Boulangcr bhot himself to Amen blundering and blustering thro' Semi-WeekJournal a lifo of 13 months, the con. con. was death at tho tomb of his dead mistress Interior Thomas Smith will take a trip soon in death. It at Brussels. She lied with him to En- through Iowa. J. O. Eubanks & Bro., strong in its ruling mission was painfully demonstrated all along gland and died of consumption, since sold 100 barrels of com at tho crib to Stasfop.ii, Kv.f Octobeu 2, 1891 that the members were tyros in gram-ma- r which tho general has refused to be Tom Walker, of Lancaster, at $3. S. Dunbar is fixing to move into a cabin in and the use of loimuago, but it nev- comforted. they didn't Tho cite of Mary Ann Dougherty, his yard till he can make other arrangeer occurred to anybody that W. P. WALTON. is. They did not, which was tiie subject of so much talk ments. "No place liko home." Rankin know what year this though, as this, written at the bottom of during President Cleveland's administra- As MeKechnio Bros., bought about 50 Xuk Massachusetts democrats rcnomi their bantling, will show: "Done at tion, has been settled, it is to be hoped mules in this vicinity nt on average tost day of foiever, by granting her n pension of $S of about $5S. As we don't get the 1. Jb. nated Gov. Russell niul a (nil State tick- Frankfort the twenty-eightISM, a mouth. nlleyi-anctill they are nlniost a week old, it is no in the year of our lord et on a platform reaiiiriiiiuK their Theodore Schwartz, the Louisville us., tn iriither items for its columns, ns year of our of and in the ninety-nintto the principles of the party ly h Sep-temb- er, HUBBLE. tf WHITES HAS LED PREPARED BY CREAM VERMIFUGE FOR All. WORM REMEDIES RICHARDS9K-TAYI.- 0R 20 YEARS MO EVERY BOTTLE GUARAHTEEO SOLD EVERYWHERE. e h people as enunciated in its national platforms and denouncing the McKinloy hill in vigorous terms. It also commends and do- Gov. Russell's ndministmtion mauds further State reforms. On the question of silver, they take issue with their free coinage brethren of tin West and say: "While we believe in the use of both roUI and silver as money, and in the full remonetization of the latter metal by international agreement, wo are equally opposed to the free and unlimited coinage of silver by our government, independent of the action of other nations, and to the ilnncerous silver legislation enacted at the last session of Congress." On this question the party is divided all over the country and it hould not have been forced to the front as a party issue. The democracy every where is united on tariff reform and upon that issuo alone the nest presidential canvass should bo made. Abolish r taxes on the necesthe of life and the money question saries will take care of itself. higher-than-wa- Commonwealth." Every school child knows that this is the 100th year of our Commonwealth, so it will not bo necessary for the Dody to reconvene to make the correction, though very many of the members wish they could bo brought hack to life. there aro many better lawyers in the Stato than Gov. Knott and yet he has been working n year at So a day "and board hisself," as a member of the late unlainented. There may be 55 a day difference in the honor, but the average lawyer wouldn't look at it in that light. We'll wager our pile that not n single man who has been mentioned for the place would decline appointment because tho pay has been cut down $3 a day. Wnn.B$10nday is not big pay, it is folly to say that the governor will not be able to secure tho best lawyers to revise the statutes. Wo do not suppose Aitei: calling the public-spirit- ed "short-haireSemi-Week- shall accept or use a free pass or accept transportation at lower rates than are given the general public, shall forfeit his ollice. We know fully a score of such oilicera with railroad passes in their pockets. Will they surrender them or run the risk of having their oflices taken away? Most of them, we opine, will run the risk. They had almost as leif have their eve teeth extracted as to give up what they have almost become to regard as vested rights. But the free pass has to go and it is well. Railroad companies do not extend such favors except for a purpose and while the judges and Commonwealths attorneys may not feel that they have accepted a bribo in taking a pass, it is well that the law will hereafter make them avoid even the appearance oi evil. and condemning Public Printer E. Polk Johnson without allowing him a chance to defend himself, the clapped the climax of its rude n. and contemptible treatment of him by refusing, on motion of Bronston, of Lexington, to hear a respectful communication from him read in open session. We have not been able to get the Capital this week, but we learn that the colonel goes for Bronston and "the cattle" who sustained him with a vigor worthy of one who has been dispitefully used without cause by men his inferiors in every respect. The whole trouble grew out of the fact that Col. Johnson did uot servilely accept everything as g03pel that the small men did or said. The new constitution is now in force and it expressly provides that any State, district, city, town or county ollker, who of Topeka, Kan., creatures," the editor of the IsTEition Journal had better keep clear of tho Kansas capital. Louisville Commercial. Thanks for the advice. Wo have no desire to get nearer to the elderly women, with man- ish aspirations, than we are now. A woman and a are usually tho most disgusting man people on earth. d ly short-haire- short-haire- d long-haire- d Gov. Buown has announced as tho commissioneis to revise tho statutes John D. Carroll, of Henry county; William C. McChord. of Washington, and James C. Sims, of Warren. The first two were members of the con. con. Iho latter is of the firm of Sims & Covington, Bowling Green. They are all men of fair ability, but are not the cream of the Kentucky bar by any means After trying con-co- to keep up with politics of Lexington that we have ceased trying to do so. All we know at present is t .at Maj. II. T. Duncan has withdrawn from the mayoralty race and Claude M. Johnson has shied his castor in tho ring for another turn at the honors and emoluments of that ollice. J. Hull Davidson is auother candidate. It is so difficult Tue fact that Gov. Brown had some old cannon fired as the con. con. was in urllculo morlii made some of the spiteful membors beliuve that he was glad that they were going, and they are madder than ever with him. The campaign in Ohio is growing red-ho- t. lJfipt $&.. l It I ' Tho democrats are forcing the fighting and with Campbell, Mills nnd other fine speakers, are giving McKin-leami his crowd all and more than ailirmed with they waut. The Superior Court has damages the judgment against the LouNEWSY NOTES. isville Truth, Editor Ben H. Ridgely Dinken-spieand his wicked partner, Ike It is officially uuhlished that of the for $500 each, in favor of Will 2,100 buildings in Cousuegra, Spa.in, beReed, who they were charged with libel fore the recent Hoods, but GOO aro left ing. This is pretty tough on the boys, standing. Pennington's air ship was blown but Ridgely at least is all right. Ho has to come up to Danville to get all away during a gale at St. Louis and ouly the money he wants, for the nice things cannot be found. The ship was valued he has been printing about that lovely at $30,000. town. The whisky distillers of Da vies county made over 1125,000 barrels of whisky Delegate W. U. Ramsey, of Laurel, lirst year, tho greatest production in tno who enrolled tho new constitution on history of the county. sheep Hkin, is said to have done it very The Satellites of Mercury had He writes a sp'endid handsomely. charming weather for their display in hand and the delegates wee so proud of Louisville, which was very creditable the work that they presented him with and witnessed by tens of thousands. a Bilver water service and a lino gold Madison Todd, of Madison county, pen. If Mr. Ramsey is ever blessed with was fined '2o and given three months in posterity ho can point them with pride jail for posting threatening notices on to those distinguished marks of favor the gate of a man he did not like. and esteem. Millionaire Mackey and party made card player at Hen- the trip from San Francisco to Xuw A hui'KKstitious 1'I derson dug up the body of a lady and York in days, -' hours and 28 minutes, cut tho right forefinger from her hand four hours the quickest time ever in order to change his luck. There is made. losenh McClelland, one of the larg perhaps nothing in the superstition, but perfectly in this est and most popular fanners, horse it seems to have worked case, for the fellow had the good luck to breeders and mule traders m Bourbon be sent to jail, instead of beiug killed by county, dropped dead from heart disease, the outraged relatives of the deceased aged 70 A new revolution has broken out in lady. Gautemala and repoits of three days' Pat Eaoan, minister to Chili, is doing fighting in the streets of the capital, and his best to get up a war between that the killing of 500 of the combatants, country and this. The president should have been received. Six men were drowned in Lake Sunever have appointed such an adventurto so important a position, and if h perior during a heavy gale, in which er wishes to maintain the respect of the tho tug, Bertha Kudrc&s went down. people he will send for him to eom Storms were general on the Michigan home. This country has had enough of coast Monday night. Judge Richards says the earnings of war. Another pension list would bank- Louisville Southern for the months t. the of July and August were $18,000 net, Hro. Meachum. of the Hopkins sufficient to pay all fixed charges and 1 f..i.L-ioi- i tnll tm whether he is T4S 'Jjft. mr o,l tnr 2 per cent, on the stock. fcffS A mob hung Grant White and his T. '.dictionary ? Unless for Lou Stevenson, both colored, 'STAwe will give him a sweetheart Hollendale, Miss. Tho woman called J of disannoint- - at GJTAI'V Bartender Davis from a saloon and as he stepped out White killed him. Mrs. Emma Hoskins, a Henderson folate treasu- tt.nap.ii-.n- t keeper, was shot dead boarding-housshe had Qt amount by Charles Johnson because ungentle-manl- y J. S. IToekT. President; ohn J. MCKOoetu. leave her house for j tho made him A. A. McKlnn-yJconduct. Tho murderer is still . 'Sat. HI Vf at large. y l, banker, was acquitted on n technicality by the Shelhy circuit court, of grand larceny and obtaining money under false pretenses, but there are other cases against him. W. B. Arumteiul, of tho firm of E. L. Coon it Co., Middlesboro, caught his partner in bed with his wife. He did not shoot him, simply ordered him out and then went and filed suit for divorce against the erring woman. Prof. W. K. Argo reports HO white and 25 colored pupils nt the Institute for Deaf and Dumb at Danville. This is n larger attendance than ever before at ouo time and others are expected, as the fall term has just begun. Near Columbus, Ind., while taking a drink of water, John Scott swallowed his false teeth. En route to town for relief the horse ran away, upsetthe buggy and dislodged the teeth from Scott's throat, but dislocated his right elbow. Buck nnd Bob McAlistor and William Gilliland were added to the arrests in Pulaski for numerous robberies. Old Doc Gilliland, father of the two lynched for nssaisinuting Sheriff Mcllargue, has lied the country nud tho excitement has subsided. Ralph Hay, tho boy murderer, has been captured at Durango, Colo., and confessed to killing his mother with a hatchet because she chastised him. He stated that after killing her ho wrapped her in a blanket, mounted a horse and started for Mexico. The Kentucky Savings Bank, of Louisville, of which Maj. Tillman was president, has gone into liquidation. Its capital is $100,000 nnd its deposits The depositors will be paid on demand and the stockholders will get dollar for dollar for their stock. A colored woman was hung at Smithville, Va., for drowning her child. Her defense was that she could not obtain work to support herself and child. If alio hadn't been a negro, it's dollars to cents that she would not have been hung. A dispatch from Austin, Tex., says several barrels of honey were found stored in tho heroic bronze head of the statue of Liberty that stands more than 300 feet from the earth on the dome of the capitol by the busy little bees that swarm in and out of the nasal apertures. Henry Jandorf, a young white man sentenced to a year's imprisonment in the Albany penitentiary for compelling his young wife to live in a notorious house, was killed in tho District of Columbia jail by Samuel Moore, a negro desperado, who is serving a term for assault on his wife. King Bird, a negro convict, deliberately thrust his hand in the machincry of a broom mill at the Frankfort penitentiary and had it torn off up to the wrist, to keep from work. He is n very desperate fellow, having killed one nnd badly wounded another convict since he has been confined. A freight and a passenger train crowded with excursionists on the Is". Y., P. & O., collided near Kent, O., while the trains were crossing a fill "and bridge. The cars were demolished and tho wreckage took fire from tho stoves. Three persons were taken out dead, three were fatally hurt and 21 others were more or less seriously injured. The commissioner of tho general land ollice reports there aro yet remaining 57l),00!,(3:. acres of unoccupied public lands.. East nf the Mississippi there are, in Alabama. 017,310; in Florida, in Michigan, 7Sl,SHi; in Mississippi, 1,201,260. Louisiana, almost as old as the century, has public lands yet unentered, to the extent of acres. Missouri,- admitted as a State in 1821, has 1,028,89s acres. Montana has tho most vacant lands in her limits 74,372,7iy acres. $30,-00eiglit-year-old - all will be hoard and forgotten before our peepers will be placed in its newsy form. Mrs. Ed Miller tells us they have a hog that, when allowed to run with the cattle, sucks the milk cows dry. Jas. E. McCliue, president of the bank in Montrose, Colorado, is visiting rela tives here. Ran Smith is improving slowly. Colored folks are having a pro- MED. CO. ST.L0U1S W ii. J McRoni.nr- - II IEW GOODS -- ItlliUlNS V tracted meeting here now. Hauling water is the business of tho day now. A dry town hero sure. It is to bo hoped that the court of claims will liitto notice of froiue of our allowances, which aro 5 times as large us they ought to be. Our I. Js. come by Danville nnd always get here a dav later than formerly. Bro. Montgomery will preach at tho school-housMindny night. e Oar Stock of- - FALL AND WINTER GOODS Is now almost complete and vc will bo able to show to the people of Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, as has ever been offered for their inspection in Tiik Q. & C Reduced rates on the certificate plan have been granted by the ijncon & Crescent route for the fol lowing occasions. For information as to rates, tickets, etc., apply to ticket agents. Fourth Annual Meeting of tho International Association of Funeral Direc-torRichmond, Va., Oct. 7 to 0. National Prison Association of the V. S Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 10 to It). IjAiinJmnvu's National Atrwciation, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 13 to 15. National Encampment Union Vw-ranLegion, Reading, IM., Oct. 13 to 15. Pan American Congress Human Freedom League, Philadelphia, Oct 12 to 13. Catholic Youug Men's National L'liion Philadelphia, Oct. it to 8. For the trotting meeting at Frankfort the Queen A: Crescent an Louisvills Southern railroads at coupon etatlons will cell excursion tickets at one fare Oct. 0 to S, good for for the round-trireturn till Oct . s' p, Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, e, Men's andirBoys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, rrlen'ri mid Hoys' Hats, Xoclcwcar, And Gents' Furnishing Goods. We arc still sole agents for the old reliable waterproof HIKLL HOOTS. i (J A iJ M'ROB33RTS3& KXGGX3STS. One Fare Chh aao and Rktuhn. the unveiling of the Grant D. Monumeiitat Chicago, tho C, II. from all stawill sell excursion tickets tions to Chicago and return at one faro for the round trip. Tickets are good go ing Oct. (1th and returning until Oct, Mb. For rates and full information call on or address your local agent, or E. O. G. P. nnd T. Agent, Cincinnati. On account of t Is Receiving His SpringiiSummer Coocis Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. k, Alex. Denny bought of II. R. Xoel cattle at 4 cents. 17 head of 1,177-lII. T. Hughes, of Lexington, bought gelding of James Kobinsou a for KM. K. A. White tells us that the land of B. & J. Swopo was withdrawn yesterday lit $17.50 and as they did not nell it Cor. the sale of the other property woh declared oir, with the exception of three mule colts that brought $: to $H). b. THE WIILJLAMB 9 .LATE ALKXANIIKK'S IIOTKI.,. u THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Jefferson, CONDITION OF TUB A. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KV. W. R. LOGAN, V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall.'Clerks. Rates S2.50 Per Day. Court-- I louse, Manntror. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. AT STANFORD, At the lo Hill- or Iiuainrtt S"jt. j, KKSOUKCKS. .....-..Ji7- & Dicks Patent Feed Cutter I I Overdraft u Hue from Hanks Ilmk House, furniture a mis' ftUHrw. Lurrntcx(MjnM nnd taxot.. Cash Capital tuck ............... ... Surplun and Undivided profits Indiwdual Due ti lUnk, ........ .'7 & ';.' 7."" IM Ok&7 J.7 37 1 x 93 .............. - w i.iAim.rriKs. Sj.7 . . It oe 7 HHEJ I The above is a cut of Dicks Pat ent 1'ecd Cutter, the best cutter for all purposes on the market. Call and examine. I also have the dipiu I3.7i I4.5 7 04,oe 4;4 04 esel vleaflBH Bfj. i'lygr' Baji ivi StucLebaker Wagon And the I, John II. Owreley, caUtwr of the abvU Haminl Itank, do w4cmnly war tltiit the above UtoMivnt U true to the beat (if ray knowledge ultd belief. JOHN II. OWM.HV, CiuMer. Sworn to before me by J. II. Owduy, ihii Oct. '.V. M. IIKIGHT, N. I. I.. C 1, !&,. Jj.7 OliXVEK FI.OW, with Conuino Extras CT. Car of Kanawha Salt just received. IB. FOSTER, W ' H' . kl REPORT OP THE CONDITION THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, AT SIMNFOUD, 11 Go to A. A. WARREN'S ."MOIHSI. GROCERY" 1 the State of Kentucky, at lh iloT - of biiune.., Sept. S.'9'- i:.,.l si.n " e Some of the more important changes in the constitution ndopted by the people made by tho convention is thus summarized by the Lexington Leader: Tho making elective ot the members of tho Railroad Com mission, nnd making the Librarian elective by the Legislature instead of nppointive by the Governor. Rendering ineligible to the succeeding term the following State oilicera: Auditor, treasurer, superintendent of public instruction, attorney general, clerk of the court of appeals and register of lands hut this provision does not apply to Allowing special those now in ollice. legislation on questions of local option, county roads and bridges, public improvements, education, paupers, etc. Allowing sheriffs now in office for their first terms and those elected for their first terms at tho election of 1S03 to bo but thereafter no sheriff shall be eligible to succeed himself. Changes in the date nt which municipal elections shall occur, etc. These named changes, of course, do not include the huudreds of changes of verbiage. Nancy Hanks trotted a mile at Richmond, Ind., Wednesday, in 2:09, within 1 of a second of Maud S.'s record, 2:03, RESOURCES. and dtacounta unaacured.. Overdraft, aocurad 10. 71 97 Stocks, teeuritiot, claims, etc....... Due from approvod rtsacrve agent Miff '5 4i9 .V Due I row other National Hanks Dne from State lSeuka and Hankers ,o9 46 Hunklng-hoiiafuraiture and ftsMirtM.. 0.1 l,ji ; Current expenaca and titxoa paid - ,oo 93 Chck and other cash items 1,10 00 llilU 11I uhw Haka Fractional paper cutroacy, iwekols nod ..... Jl 37 coat 9.19167 Specie ... $.65 I.egal tender itoiea RodaKiptioH fund with U. S. hV " 5 percent of circulation I.in ad j9ia J.S For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, liice. Cheese, Pichles, Preserves and Jams; Lamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Jelly Glasses, &c. e, Fruit Jars, Tii-asur- The Old Reliable Jeweler IK in the Lead. -OUtl' r- Total MAHIMTI1E& 4l4,o v. $0110,000 o . Capital atock Surplus fund I7.J" " . Undivided profits Si'U .. tJ,fcJ o National Iktnk Note, outstanding ju Dividends Unpaid, Stock Itoducetl ub,--t In check.... 111,137 7.1 Individual J, 350 Demand Certificates of Depo-.i- t M.796 5' Due toother National Hanks 3,133 11 Duo to State Hanks ami hankers H,6t 00 Notes and Hills vATJ-- dKiu 1 ji'aaajauMiji fAJO? ai'twal"""" vi 2mmggA. R. rrr:'k-Jr -" -- ITTZ F .X' Penny ov , Mas the largest and T1 ri ssgvxiimsuHw-ixrmnM- MOST COMPLETE STOCK &. lotal SIATKOF KKNl'UCKY, County of Lincoln, ?44.4 I o Watclics niul Jewelry ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, Remember that who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send joh to the city. Engraving; of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d A. R. PENNY: and I guarantee satisfaction. U -- I, John J McKobiirta, ciuhier of above named Hank, do solemnly uunr that that the nbm e statement i true to thu brat of my knowlrdge audi-lief- . JOHN J MefcOHKRTS OwWIor Subscribed and sworn to before me tills ist day W. M. IIKIGHT, N. I. I.. C. of Oet., 1891 Correct attest: I. W. IlAVOKN, ") Directors. T. J. FOSTKK, J. S. IIOCKER, J I; - i? L. t mi 'JV$ VH,t 'Tti Geo. DENcniCT, while trying to ride a Texas pony on 1'vnco'a track yesterday was thrown and badly hurt. lie was $ See our now lino of snokinn flannels. unconscious when assistance arrived. Stanfouw, Kv., Octoiii:i: L 1891 &'ovurnncc it Jon. It is claimed that tho bird law, whi"h Comb and seu our now cloaks ust does not expire till the 20th of this B.O.WALTON,DU8.MnnaROr opened. Severance & Son. to month, is already being broken. Hunters should remember that it is a lino of Come In The P.oston Ideals MEANS BUSINESS. might to the parade this afternoon and stay to i'- for each bird killed and they save themselves a fuw dollars ami give Encikavinh beautifully and artistically the performance. the birds a chance by postponing that one at A. U. Penny's. Ui:m i:niKit the date. Dr. Ken, the Louis pleasure a week or so. Yoi it account is now ready. 1'leaeo ... call hnd settle. A. U. I'onny. villo specialist will bo at tho Myers has interviewed J The Courier-Journ- al Hak your watch, clock andAlljowelrv House, Friday, Oct. work repaired at A. It. Penny's. a Pulaski mail, who bays the Ciilliland warranted. I have n lot of binder twlno suitable gang has been robbing and counterfeitwatohos, Uemi.miiku thatall silverware, rins, Ac, bought at A. 15. Penny's will for tying fodder shocks with. I will soil ing for 40 years and that people belong be engraved free of charge. cheap. Joe Severance, Jr. to it who aro apparently abovo suspi.. cion. Two or three of these woro weal to Don't fail to see our line of Indies' thy and prominent citizens of a Blue-graPERSONAL POINTS. ' we La.roe Heavy clonks. Tlioy are misses' and children's county, two of them were bankers Miw. W. U. Wi:u it went to Louisville cold, we sitcoiid to none in style, ipinlity and to do in another btatu and one of them is now Wednesday, price. Soyeranco & Son. We to Come minister of Mi-s a wealthy and Kli.H'. Mi UoiicitTfl has been thu gospel in Missouri. The Pulaski Hick this wuuk. (j nte The llrst rain for several wooks fell Mil. S. M. OnitNS has cone to LouisMonday night, but it was not sulllciont man also says that Augdeu Hndgewater, ville to Imvo his eyes treated. to do more than lay the dust well and of this county, was a member of thogaug for years, but lias reformed and is now a nml Sun Walton cool tho parched atmosphere. Mil. Job Skvkiwm-good citizen. went to Louisville Wednesday. . Tiik lioston Ideal Minstrels at WalMis' Km. Dr.v.v, of Hryantsville, is A kiiv pleasing entertainment in the Opera House, this, Friday night. ton's visitini: Mins Annie Pauuhmau. shape of a "Lawn Party" was" given by John Pi: m:i., of London, was a parson-ee- r They promise a good show, splendid tho Misses Owsley on Wednesday evenmusic and many noveltius. Don't fail southbound train. on to ing to their guests, Misses Underwood .find, we we from a to euo them. Miw. W. P. U:knh returned Y:-'-and McKlwaiu. Only the very immediwho ot . " vibit to relatives in Itourbon, Wednos-dav- . Fkbiuiit train Xo. DO on tho Cumber ate, friends of tin-- young ladies were inone Mine to uese poods land Vally branch jumped the track vited, but thyy composed a charming Come we booh Mil. A. T. M.iiri.v has retutnad from nsarCorbin Wednesday nftnruoon and keep or '20 couples and spent a party of Hot springs in butter health than for Hindu kindling wood out of four ears. delightful evening. A new game, mobt years. Nobody was hurt. known as "tjuotations," was engaged in resiu'nwl as . John A. MiKoiiBiiTH has and the winners of the prizes oll'ured A-ZbTID Heniiy Helton, of Woodbine, n depot auont and H. II. Fish has -weru Miss Annie Alcorn and Dr. A. S. train, on yesterday's been appointed in his d Price. At tho proper time n Mrs. A. K. Hrsm.KY, of Boyle, 1b jumpud oir the last coach while tho lunch was served and for the Micudini! n few diiys at Mr. Itaburt Me- - train was n oaring Junction City and had A. URI2ANSKY, dislo-iitiHo was huuoud time withiu a few weoks elegantA inter's. his luft shonlder aXATiES AND GABRIEX, ly ontei tamed guests luft tho homo of Main Street, Stanford, Ky, v MitH Jimmik Diiohn and Mr. W. under thu influence of liquor. tlie Mtees Owsley with reluctance akin Hill were the attendants at the llill-- J Adisi'atiii wiys that an unsigned to sorrow. iinston wedding. of note was thrust under the door of the Mn. Ixm.as Dbnny hud the honor MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Advocate o trice, paying that if tho negro AND esortmn Danvillo's Maid of Honor, Miss Pomp Hates was sent to the penitentiaA Southern Kentucky papor speakMartha Uutterton, at the Satollitj bll. younjj ry tho property of Danville citixons ing of several approaching marriages in Mn. J. M. lln.i. and his would sull'er. The threat is not regard- its own county says. "The gills are orwile will entertain a number of thulr Upright and Horizontal. oven- - ed with much alarm. Tho resident ne dering their trousers in Nashville and friend, at their homo, Saturday attempt are very shy about it." No wondor. groes have too much sense to Stationary, and Portable. All inc. desired. power. sizes up to What respectable girl would want anyIlAMsnv and wife, who have violence oven if they Mil U H. wears trousers? body to know that sho Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and heiiiliiiK a few days with his parTiik Owensboro Musseiiuer is satislled Durability. Miss Bertliu, tho pretty daughter of ents here, returnod to Lexington yuBter; that typhoid fever is mused by drinkWrite for Tree Illustrated ramplets and your wants to day wheio Squire M. S. Bastin, of the Highland ing well water. In Ixniisville, 3:j neighborhood, left home a few days ago iTTMt Ltiv, daughter of Mr. and tho disoasu is prevalent, there aro & CO., who has been so ill public wells and probably thousands of under the pretense of going to Pittsburg Mrs. V. A. Hall, Sl'KlNT.KtPF ORK CITV OHIO. VFW with diphtheria, was reported better private ones in daily use in that city. to visit relatives. She was joined on tho of yesterday. So long as well water was tisediu Owens route, however, by Mr. Klbert Hvans, the error of their way and he will go Mu. It. C. Waiiiius took Miss Marie to boro, the town was notorious for ty Laure!county, and going to Jellico tiny away with a clear conscience of having Louisville to enter Miss Hamilton's phoid fever. With the abandonment of were joined heart and hand. done his full duty. When King Kalikaua visited KenSchool. Showill board with her aunt, well water the disease became rare tucky to buy trotters, ho brought with BuoniiKAi). Dr. P. Behton and family Dr. Hollow ay. Mb. A3STD there him young W. T Monsarrat nnd left have returned from Louisville, where Tiik record shows that W. H.Choppu. The Lexington Leader says a smooth him to bo educated at the Kentucky they have resided for somn time. They book maker, who failed the had mortgaged rascal worked a number of ladies in that University. During his sojourn in at Lexington this week, have taken rooms at Albrignt's new hohe met tho accomplished Miss tel. Mrs. B. has been in rather bad his farm, of '2t2 acres, which cost $Wf city by taking cash subscriptions for Century Magazine at a reduced price, Elizabeth Jotios and Tuesday they were health. She is using our lino medical ', for $75,438.80. those who went to lxniisville with thu further advantage of securing married in gorgeous stylo. Among the water and is feeling much better alreaAmonii McAlister, Mrs. other periodicals at a liko reduction. bridal gifts was a diamond necklace dy. Rev. G. C. Smith pi cached four in Tuesday were Pos-leMrs. U.O. Helm, late of this county, from the Queen of the Sandwich Is- discourses last week at tho Baptist K. s. Lytle, Misses Josio and Mattie church. Ho is a young preacher, but Mrs. Turner, Mrs. L. B. Cook, Miss- was one of tho victims. Uewaro of lands. agents. Outwardly they are meek and Mr. John M. Hill went to Louisville the people seem to bo well pleased witli es Jeanie Keland and Montio Harris. Mb. Josiii a Stoni:, of the Oth audit- lowly as lambs, while inwardly they aro Wednesday, where ho and Miss Jennie him. Mrs. Martha Albright, accompaseeking Johnston, who with a party hail preced- nied by her son, A. H. Albright, has or a olhce, Washington, la visiting IiIb roaring wolves, going about his whom they may play for suckers. ed him, wero made husband and wife. gone to Beo Lick to teo her daughter, folks at Liberty and was up with Tho bride is a daughter of Mr. D. S. Mrs. S. C. Perkins, who is in bad health. limil.r. Mr. W. S. Stone, this week. He Tin: Courier-Journa- l has this of one a very of Hustonville, and is said to Joseph Persoll and M. U. Durham have is looking first rate, oven if ho is not unknown to fame here: Tho "Hew" Johnston, bo unusually prettv and amiable, while just returned from Lancaster, where And democrat in the departments. Joe Muuday, tho lonesome to do all kinds' who a JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r Hon. W H. Mim.ku is back Iroin bis fow years ago "evangeh.ed" in Louis- Mr. Hill is a sober, industrious and pop they sold a nice hunch of cattle. Mr. C. of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. labors as a constitution maker. While ville, has bobbed up in Morganliold as a ular young farmer, who has accuniula D. Walker, of Lancaster, and James him on a wife as Boggs, of Hyden, are stopping at the Al- Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, sulliciency to take care of a we took friendly issuo with "dead game hport." Sunday ho preach- ted a number of points, wo aro willing to ac- ed to about Sol) ut Henderson and yes she should be. May happiness and good bright House. Dr. I. S. Buidett is treat day and night. cord bun his full degree of praisu and terday ho wanted to play pool at $10 a fottuuo ever attend them. ing their eyes for granulated lids. The ho advo doctor has cured many cases that noted fcay that If some of the reforms side. He handled his cue too deftly for AFFAIRS. CHURCH cated had been adopted it would have tho Morgan field boys, however, and left oculists havo failed to cure and gave been better for the constitution. .")032 occurs them upas incurable. The Jowish New Year the place for fresher fields, gloriously Mrs. J. II. Hiltcn nnd children, of Sole Agents for drunk. 1 CITY AND VICINITY. is holding a Rowland, spent a few days this week Hid. J. G. Livingston Wood-yarBoylk CmiTiT Cot'itT. The trial of meeting at tho Opera Housu toat Woodbine, which retulted in with her parents, J. H. and Jane Misstuki-Pompey Batea, for the murder of Mr. Thomas Cherry has gone to 18 confessions the llrst week. night. Wells, at Junction City, resulted In Hlders Neal ami Lowery held a two. Cincinnati on a business trip. Rev. L. Jisi: and September proved thu hot- n verdict for life. The last court gave weeks' meeting at the Antioch Christian P. Johnson started a short time ngo for him 'Jl years, but the Court of Appeals church, Clark county, which resulted in Oklahoma and at some, point in Indiana test months in tho year. Wells he was robbed ofoverSIOO. Ho became re reversed the judgment because U Deaitii'II. lino of glassware just Oro- - was not a regularly qualilied ollicor. It ;il additions. Y. Shepp.ird will preacher suspicious of three men and thought ho Rev. W. ceived at A. A. Wairen'a Model money in n moro secure was a Pulaski jury that did tho business Odd Fellows Hall huro Sunday afternoon would put his cery. and it is to bo hoped their verdict will at :?::'.0, after which tho Holy Commun- place. Just as ho drew out his pocket book a mnn snatched it fiom him and M. N. Kauly'h shoo shop at How land stand, but it is not likely tho Court of ion will be celebiated. Collis has been called to handed it to another man and ho to tho was broken into Tuesday night and bov Appeals will permit it. Tho other Rev. Mark drew his pistol Word, for the same ollense, imirs of shoes aro missing. the pastorate of the Broadway Christian third imih. One mail aud not say a aud t Id him to stand is now on trial, a jury haying been church, Lexington, mado vacant by tho Xkkiiuw lino of lamps, glassware word. About that time the. train stopfrom Casey. Isaac Shelby, Jr.'s, resignation of Dr. Baitholoinow, at and very handsomo lino of chamber sots trial, for killing Liugenfelt, was continped and the men got oil' and hid them Garantccd to be equal to any other chilled plow. Ask-- your neighbor a year. just received at Karris & Hardin's. selves in tlio darkness of the night. about it. They all like it. ued till next court. The old Methodist church nt d at built in 1SU, has been razed Mrs. Bettie Frith and children havo The railroad boarding-houbwho has suffered Mn. H. R. Sau-i.kv- , gone on a visit in Lincoln and Garrard is now kept by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. with the dropsy for tho last year, com- and on its site, the News says, a buildFS-EL, counties. Cooloy, Mr. and Mrs. A. Underwood pelling him for the first time in his long ing 10x00 feet, with a seating capacity of price contract having tired of the business. life to go to bed from sickness, managed 1500, is being built. Tho NEW ADVKKTISEMKN'TS. Ucalcrln walk to our oiliceJTuesday. His legs is 5:5,000. Ion Sam:. Good frame, house of foil to Georgia "evangelists," Small Tho are still much swollen and ho uses them rooms with half aero lot attached. Conboon ordered to nppear PUBLIC SALE. with dilliculty, but ho is much improved and Jones, havo ;:::;;; veniently located in Stanford. Cistern before the grand jury at Rome, Ga. At general health. He tells us that ho I ujll sell without reserve on the premises on and necessary outbuildings. Apply to in ma-i- i they mado fco was born in Wythe county, Va., Nov. IS, a recent revival'thero wwvvif 7SV :as-?eTAV'- -W. A.Tribble. that Wednesday, Oct. 7, 189!,, v chartres of olHcinl coiruption "ESSyzeS&Lx. fTLihiX'ifc E J&ll. which will make him in' a Bhort . BtaTKepairing neatly and prompt- I i'l-- K. fei-SSM7 years of age. Ho came they will bo given an opportunity to Master of Transportation time Altos, tplcmllil Farm ol 'l he SiiAivK l'i'. ly done. 5Sfthvans and Master of Machinery Leeds to Kentucky with his parents when he provo thuin. Situated (.ii Lancaster ami Crali Orchard ttitn- The only woman whom tho Univer-sali- uiko road, 9 mile, from Lancaster lift-- on it a were nt Rowland Wednesday and shook was 17 and Unallocated in Cumberland E.tk ..kulitn. wit h - tAAini lMntv nf w.ttpr Church of Maa.sachusotts has wero a county. Mr Sautley staid with them things up generally; There ll take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) I to the ministry in tho present 1X,m ?.& cr.ek'b;Si,yir number rtf requests for resignations and there several years, when ho moved to tdl vcar 1, 100 barrels corn and 800 bmhcls of ordiwheat . Monticello andlwent into tho mercan- century is Mis. K. M. Bruce. Tho J. N. MKNEFEK some firing indulged in. cash: remainder ntanu A. C SINE Termi. coromonies wero held lust Sun two tile business. It was there he met the nation equal annual paynieuts, 0 per .ent )cnri Thu Joint Colored Teachers' Associa- girl who was destined to become his day in the Waysido Chapel, Maplewood, Iroiu uaie. tin appro cu W. H. AN DERSON, I'rcachersville of Hoyle, several months tion, composed of thu counties , Maldon, which was built wife, and theyj wero married May Lincoln, will hold their 1.SJJ7. Garrard and n excellent r'rm Mrs. Saulley was Miss Uuilly ago by Mrs. Bruce. The lady applied CO D C A I 17 or KENT The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. rUl3 DrLii-- fiDply Miller OwsLtv. next meeting nt Stanford Oct. 10, in the Chrisman and shuwas a sister of the for ordaination so mo 1L years ago, aud pike, miles from idepot. improved, S. 105 ucres, 011 Their procolored Baptist church. late Congressman, J. S. Chrismau, and was refused by the Univerealist Con SASH, LUMBER, gramme is an interesting one. Wm. D. Circuit Clerk Miko Chrisman, of Boyle. vention, but recontly applied again and SALE. DOORS, Tardif, ch'n com. and was but was accepted. Shu was born Oct 2o, I will ell at public sale, if not sold bofure, on KLINOS, SIDING, SHINGLES, Tho meeting at the Presbyterian she marto the It is a source of much regret hero that little over swcetsixteen when to them, church, which lias been in progress for Stairwork at city prices. IO, 1891, October Verandah and ried. Sovon children wero born many friends that he has made Atal M,o acres nth, bottom, Dl Hiver mechanic at only three, Judge'Micah 0. Sauiloy, Mrs. about a month, was to have closed last land, one mile below ctthe Stanford ii Lancaster Mr. J. T. Wallor, master Dr. Grady, surviv- night. While not fruitful of visible re- turnpike bridge, koounus the Henry Hester farm. Rowland, will leave us. Ho is a clever, 0. V.. Cov and Mrs. has 6 rooms and n " repair. We carry a full stock of everything found in a good old couplo live till sults, it is hoped that much good has The dwelline barn, good well, fine orchard, and There is a new agreeable gentleman nnd our good wish- ing. If tho fencing on the place CX.-S.SMay they will havo traveled tho been done. Rev. L. O. Spencer, who cash, balance In 12 and 18 Terms. es will follow him wherever he goes. next passen- - journey of lifo together 53 years, a long- has dono tho preaching for tho last two mouths. Examine our designs .and specifications before letting your coptract Dennis Kellev. who used to bo Po.sestlen given Jan. ,'.. will suc- er period than falls to tho lot of one weeks, has used argument, eloquence ii. i. liubn, division, SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. Ker engineer on this Asent for M. Peyton or building. and persuasion to makosinuera Heefrom couple in 10,003. ceed him. Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Nbw mixed A. Warren's. nnl straight pickles ftt A. The Louisville Store Is now ready show the t. - M. Largest, Best Selected and Most ried Stock ever Brougt to This Town Va- ss well-know- n -- By us on any previous occasion. Having looked forward an early xraae ana very purcliascs for our departments made now, as the wave is expected daily, are fully prepared rushing business. quote all onr prices. have not room enough in and examine the qualities and hear the prices of our Fall and the - Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Caps, Furnishing1 Goods, Carpets, Trunks, &c - are satisfied that can save you from 10 25 per cent. goods from buys $20's worth GIVEN AWA each customer us Uliair. It is not necessary buy all t Hocana at the same lime. in and Jet your ivill and accowit of your purchases. To T- f - . pns-seug- er sto-ad- . south-boun- d inuuli-unjoye- EGGS at the highest market vrice. FEATHERS Bought Proprietor. Hal-le- Managers. Jifm OTJli! AM JUS? GjOTUB STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 2G-horse pn-tt- b'-e- n 1 THE JAMES LEFFEL t. W. B. SVScROBERTS, well-know- n DRUGGIST Complete Line of School Books, School Supplies, Mrs-Llzxi- u y, Newest Styles Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- verware, Watches, Clocks actor-preache- r, '! B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, to-da- d. 8 Mar-bIi- uI ob-t'lin- Law-roncebur- g, o How-lan- "w. nljrl IKWftll'UHEref S2-T!l-IiJ"i K3 - ROST. mrnim, four-scor- e st , 1. Seed All Work Warranted. Fine Walclies a Specialty. Olio-thu- d 111 ccuruy-5g-.1- t Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, FARM FOR Saturday, firtt-cUss gJ WOVE1T WI2&E AND SIiAT FB2TCI!. S One-hal- f FXHST - X.XJMB3SH STAHD. 1 o--td , :: r g-- l' ; ' .;- - "5?pp TF4 t ti iTJ - . ..- - ,..,- - -- .r- FTT pp"l TtiiflMTrTrr j"SfijPg5 1 V' 'UfM-'111-""-- "f.w .fy-jirju"- 4' 'jm " t1 -- MhJjWJV' V'1'1 mw.i. immni;n i in WffTii'ri-iy- f m'r-ii,i- - i M' ij' ini'it'Bjirrttnlr'li--"--- M Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr; , Published Evory Tuesday nnd Fr day ' AT PLEASANT TO READ. At a lato colored ball in Now Yorlc the following notice was posted at tho door: "Tickets, fifty cents. No gentleman admitted unless lie comes himITEMS self.- MUSIC AND MUSICIANS. BncklerTs Arnica Salve Tramp, Tramp!" "Tho Vacant Chair," Is living at an advanced age in Chicago. Orcor.an P. Root, who wrote "The Battle Cry of Freedom," "Trnmp, en nut so paid $2.00 "li e charged."1 body . head is iittod with a face which is tho perfect counterfeit of that of a Chinese Tiain i ..ives Rowland at 7.00 a. in., returning coolie. .. yto p. m. Thebk is a vigorous and determined L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. morement on foot among tho men in IrCtil train going North ....la 29 pm Philadelphia against the promiscuous South " IJ4P" surrendering of seats in public conveyKrpress train " South n ances to women. " North 347 am " .. Fieight North 650 am Chkhe.vouk island, in Caseo lluy, Me., Local South- S "P m has a population of over A, 000, nearly all The latter trains also cnrry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar of whom are named Hamilton. There are '00 people on the island who never time is about so minutes faster saw a steam car. Tiik reduction of postage between India and England is thus announced hyaKulu ISrauch postmaster: "Sir, Ihirope postage, she is degraded, she is two annas six pie, registration fee, she and stands two annas, she intact' always be Tiik Salton sea has now received its vindication and letters patent. The sea serpent has visited its waters and diswith ported therein. The creature is described as being about fifty feet in length, with the conventional yellow scales, yawning mouth and great nippers. A cure K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 -- crab of .Tajnn has a I'm: hardly an inch In length, yet the man-face- d RHEUMATISM neuralgia, sciatica can successfully treated Ayer's SarsapariHa the persistent use of this medicine. will is sure to follow Mlloa' Norvo and Mvor Pills the laureate's eighty-secon- d birthday at ActfM a new prlnciplo-rfnll- iC the ncros AHer, new Freshwater his words were sung set to shmach and,lwcl tlirenhspeofJUr ' bihou., Or. Miles PilU diacovery piles, wife's music. his ness badtnstc, lotptd lier, chllArew. far Mcric as an aid to eooking is provided wiliest, surestwee, w 11 em. $ ceata. Samples Plfir bourn for by a chef in Berlin. He has com- free at A R.l'wayV posed a po'ka called the "Hoiled Egg Polka," with this notice on the title page: "To boil the oggs, plneo them in boiling water and play the- polkit in A CHAT ABOUT ART. 'allegro modemto' time, taking them When Itabr was sick, tvo gaTo her Castorla. 'hn she m as a Child, sho crlel for Oasturl. out at the last bar. They will then be Mns. IIknp.y Ward Hkrchrr says of found to be boiled to a nicety." When slw lecarne ills, aho clurr to CftMorift. the new statue of her husband recently thorn Castorla. Wten sho had Chlllrca. she unveiled in Brooklyn "that it looks FOREIGN GLEANINGS. like a cosstlpalion-UseqMalc- Itlnxkaxt musicians are not allowed to sojourn in St Petersburg, and those who are of foreign nationality are not permitted to pass the frontier of the empire. Nkvkr has tho piano as a solo instrument been in such vogue, and never has mere technical display been judged on Its faco merits as at the present time. V. Skmknoft, of St. Petersburg, has composed a Franco-Russiamarch, dedicated to the president of the French rcpuime. n was played lor tlte lirst time in the central railroad station of St. Petersburg and met with immense success. Lady Tk.vnyson is known as the composer of some charming music, although age and have rendered her unable of late to do much In that line. At the celebration of the n The best snlve in the world for cuts, bruises sore, ulcers, sail meum,corns iore, icmr, tiwp-ps- il ieur and all skit, erwp on hands, chilblains, and ixMitualy cares pile, or no pay requirlins ed. It it guuranteed to gne perfect satislactioc, Pric ij cents per box. or money refunded. e mis eas,y. J. or site by A R. Penny, SUntord, Ky. 2TOK Lot AND SURGEON, Main Street in Stanford PHYSICIAN STANFORD. KY. CoHtaining 1 SALE I iioicres. Dr. If. C. Nuiinelley, Office in Odd fellows' lluilduig, up Ulr-n , 1 to p m , 7 to 11 liouis 7 t . . T R WALTON, Stanford. tl 8 p m Ilnc-C2riis- s LIME AMD w.nr. need to brmr you stiami one half One hundred and e4nly-ri(h- t r....... rult. nrm case f tailure.ti rotnmaf ! can f ptan acres of (uod land, in high ite l iulilatiftr. I will deliver lime at 33 Cents a Unshel In Lanyour purchase pt.ee. On this hottltol Dr. A large, SMsendtit new bsm, two tid cabins and from our the neighborhood. for Cousumpthm. It it Will sell t.heap Kin's New toDncovitrytel.efin every c when caster, Stanford and cats at Cra .Orchard, ltrleV ether MMM. H miles from Huston I will also luad on brln This Ia4 lies ill. Ky Buaranteed or ehett, at used for snr affection f " thrt.t,luiiWthe S. H. STAOl.. 7 cents a hundred. Oit me a chance. luns. Innnmm.tio.. of as Stanford, Ky 16.3m FKI-.KUrr.tit'.U. CrabOrchanl. t3m bronchitis:, nsthms, wlwupmg touRh croup, It is ptcaont and .fctcoable - ttw tasle, per. ci. dily safe ami can always I relied HtON. lrit I bottles free at A. R. Penny's drug ot .. .. ...k.v. A Srtfo Investment 1. BRICK. Farm for Snlc dyit.l hu..t i t- For Balo 11 FOH RE3J3TT. Wedesiretn say to ourotiwis that for year wo haNebwnsallmsnr King's Nh Con.umption. Ilr KinK N ;f Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and hav or the never handled ramedlc that el e do htiMivcnMn.li universal ntilctlon. and w Mol hesitate to mmrHtee them every urn - pm e atand ready to refund the punhtsi- use. I h reults do not lollow thasr rfm.lishae 911 their Rreat populinty Jurel Morit WillB. '"'VJj" Twenty Iluilcllnjj Iols In the corporate limits o Rowland. J DARST, Rowland. A O00U fW Farm of 230 Acres, Hlac-Oras- s .ill 1uj. I'ntllritr to S tf ismt, near Millcdtetlile, t til edin Ihltlllll -- I.J ROMNstiN, llnttontillf, p'iy rt t 1 1 K. PORTMAN STANFORD, in their merit A. K. Ponliy, Drucgist. HOUSE, Tj&h3SBS K , j tas-pay- I TA2CES s" d TOTAX-I'AYHH- S tiK LINCOLN COIN I aas TY prrparol lotlU-- t you Uses for lagt I have school u to tolirtt tor 11 dittiiets Come preiured t" pay all at n true I hope ery that wt'l lr to IxiikI to settle ouh me nr mie nf my M Kiliartl I This Hotel, restnvatol ami refurnished. Is how ewMtlt, frawmlu. Meiieln in my charge n4 I intend to conduct it t a tn J. N Ml NLHt. not only maintain its hieh reputation, tui M a td Sheri t of Limoln C.. 4Mm friend. Specml acroatexoda-tsmi- s to lis lone H( for ceesaterual travelers and nee taosus for thedUntuy of jnipV. JOSXSPIK COFFEY, Pro'r. - A jTtf First-Clas- s Saloon rnHDH' wmm " sale Ana HIl.I.lAKl) THE F. Has Cured Others cure you. tramp." At tho last Paris salon thero were sculptors, 105 77 de- 100 signers and 50 engravers a total of 4S4 women exhibitors. Tiik statue recently at A. S. PRICE, Mclosreprcsentsayouthfuldiscovered and pugilist, SURGEON DENTIST. is intact with the exception of the Office on Main street, ocr W. II, McRobcrts1 lower part of the legs. Drug Store, Stanford. Haiuuet IIosmeu has, In her studio at Home, a plaster cast of the clasped R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. hands of llobert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. This cast was made by DENTIST. Miss llosmer in Koine in 1S33. Regarding female models for artists Office on Mam street, opposite Tortman House, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas gnen for painless the critics say that the French arc unsjKtractiug. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE SHELTON HOUSE, D.A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, Stoivland, First-clas- s - - Kentucky. in connection. Open day and night. Sample accommodations at reasonable rates. room and good livery $200 BEWARD. I will gic the above reward for the arrest and conviction of the thief or thieves who broke open and robbed my store at Rowland on the night of acpi. 3. 1 nc goou mat 1 can miss at prcscui arc as follows; suit of clothes, a blue Plaid suit a coat, brown Plaid j 3 coats, black, small 1'Iaid; tilue I'laid 4 or 5 pairs of pants all same price; 2 1 silack straw hats, 2 gents', watch chains good chains, t Udy's watJi chain, do., this chain is short, with a charm in the formof book. ia cold dngcr rings, alt sues. ISAAC HAMILTON. 1 Jilack shirts, 6 white shirts, 6 black neckties, 3 54 Rowland, Ky. '. y Ifr DULE S'NEHVil Thero U nothlnc llko the ItUSTORATIVE NERVINE dlecoerfd by thereat specialist. Dr. Allies, to cure all nervous diseases, as headache, tho blow, census prostratioa, eleepleuunecs, neurslgia, St Mtus dance, flta, and bjeteria. Slany ptiyeltianj use It In their practice, andoav therceults are uonderful We liae hundred o'f testimonials HJ,e thfee from ilrujslsta. "We Uave Aeer knnun xnvthlnc llk It." Hnnw .t Cn.. Sir. racu6e, N V. "Etery bottle oold brings worua of praise. J.O Wolf. Hillsdale, Jilcli. "Tliu beet seller we e.er had.'" Wooduorth & Co., Kort Wayne, Ind. "Nenine sella butter than anythlnz we ever had" II IVWyatt A Co.. Concord, N. If. Trial bottle and 0a' hook of testimonials FREE at drugcleU. Dr. Jliles .Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind, -- l Rl1 i I I TRIATi OTTIjI3 FI6EE. For sale by A K Penny, Stanford fer Kentucky's Great Trots. JejMling Horse fomi Association, lW' I ..- - , Lexington, Ky., St Oct. 12, 13, 14, 15, 10,17, 1891. Monday, October 12. Lexlncton Stakes, a: 19 class, pacing Kentucky Status, 3:13 class, trotting ((.stimaUil).. .$1,000 I'urse 1,600 (estlmaied i.jjo I'urse 1,600 k - Tuesday, Oct. 13. U Transylvania Stake, a :to class Blue-Gra- :t Stakes, class, troiting ss 4 year-olds (estimated; I'urse f 5.co i,7u 1.600 Wodnoaday, Oct. 14. P ' fso clas, trotting. a:aO class, trotting eligible to trotting Purse $1,600 Purse 1,600 class, trotl'g purse 500 Thursday, Oct. 16. Free-for-all 3:77 elms, pacing 5'. 600 (estimatcil 10. Purse 5i 600 7,000 . 2,500 flouncr Stakes, 5 - 1,600 z,7:e rtS- .- Friday, Oct. i L? class pacing. Woodburu stakes, 4 year-oldJohnston stake, stallions - s 'H vr okls.. ellelble - to 2!aT cls&c - Pur.. ' 300 .w - Saturday, Oct. 17. 3jst class, trotting... 2:29 class, trotting.... ro:j'7class, trotting.... l& i REMEM1IER ,. Purse $i, 600 Purn? i.'ioo Purse 1,600 7' Monbars, Ralph "Wilkes and norean first day. Jhe : (Jrant . An- - t, rt-- f , Jj.ooo Stales and Valissa ts. Dr. Sparks on Second Day, and t Great Attractions Every Day. 30- - P. P. JOHNSTON, President; ED. A. TII'TON, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. dersized and have bad shoulders; the ant one wlthirg to pi t ie App.yti Germans have not classic faces and too been spread. TOfuce South side Main street, ,in office recently J IIHIdin. broad hips; the Italians arc not well Tin: law in Germany forbids swimKy. acated by Or. L. F. rounded; the English nre too tall, and ming in tho rivers and a nntivo who .afHrsjSw15 yy; Hh of R h KaliS the Spaniards are anatomically had fallen into tho water let himself We will deliver ice each woriilnj as follows lh M. CRAIG, drown because he thought he would be DR. I a arrested and punished. Under CO Pounds 1 cents, over HU-iHomeopathic Physician, POULTRY POINTS. iliMtJSiax Qr3fvkaBAarer In Paris it has been found that the 50 and under 100 1 cent, over JUruisvtiu MtAtaAT 1 cmutoKt, KENTUCKY A put house and a chance to exercise trees have suffered even more terribly STANFORD, 100 ?s of a cent. TO promote health. than was suspected from the exceptionto Office Hours 10 to n a. m.; i to j p m.; & CO., iFcornmeal must be fed, bake it and ally severe and protracted frost of last 9 p m on Lancaster street, opposite court house, M. F. December and January. In the Tulle-rie- s Ollice crumble it into sweet milk. ganlens especially the damage done And To fatten rapidly give tho fowls all Ky. to manv of tho finest trees Is irreparathe eornmeal they will eat up clean. PUBLIC SALE OF Ox the farm the poultry ought to pay ble. ....And , JACKS a good part of the running expenses. RELIABLE INFORMATION. Ploughing and liming the poultry Tin: Jeannette drifted through the runs purifies tho soil and promotes I will sell on I'utliiuti VeMlbtiM llgffel Sleepers nd Pull Arctic ocean at the rate of two miles a health. msn Buffet Chair Cars on all trains through to 1891, I lucaio without change. Lack of gravel or gritty materials is day. Oct. (So via the Atsnoa and get the Rett far the lent San Fiiaxcisco'b cable system Is Koity head of Ilourbon Connty raitcti Ja kt and nearly always the cause of fowls getting money For informstion address greater by flft3" miles than that of any Jennets at Diamond Dale Slock Knrm, uiie mile cropbound. IAS BARKKR.O. P A.,Chlaeo Irom lan, Ky on the Maysvllle branch cf the W U CRUSH, O P A , Louisville Whknevejs tho brood of turkeys is other city. Kentucky Central Railroad. The farm ian I'C strong enough, give them the run of It may interest some people to learn reached at 3 a. in and leave at 6 p in It' Vol" ARE ;oim. .. that blondes get seasick more easily 35 4t CHARLFS CARROLL LKKR & SON the meadows. Tlt.keys can, to a considerable ex- than brunettes. NOTICKTOTHK. The average wealth of every family tent, be given sweet skimmed milk in 1HK place of water, and if the drinking ves- of five in Massachusetts is four thousels are kept clean will bo all tho sand eight hundred and ten dollars, but It is by no means distributed that way. healthier. leading cities in the Out of FASHION'S DECREES, United States only three have a larger I hue opened in connection with my Hotel, the Hands of different colors painted death rate than New York, they being around the tourist's trunks arc for Charleston, Hoboken and New Orleans. LoutaviLtt 4 NAiHvittt n. R. u V2&aaar:i Lemons were used by the Romans to quick indentification. L'Ty' fcj Fi.owkk bowls in cut glass arc no keep moths from their garments, and in Is the liiie for you, at its longer round, but are shown as well in tho time of Pliny they were considered First-Clas- s Havinir remoted my Barber Snop to the Com an excellent poison. They are natives octagon and oval shapes. merciat llctH, I am prbparvd to accommodate laanythmK they may as well as gentlemen And offer the services of it to the public, llrand dies in my line. Children inalso waned on Call The latest waj for ladies to kill time of Asia. wish n.w venules and fresh blooded horses mike m California is offering a JKSSK. THOMPSON, is to play at work. Spinning Is coming Malt close connei at "time. stable cuii' pare with InCommcuial Hotel. pas- bounty on coyote scalps, and the thrifty Into fashion as a drawing-rooCountry.! in tho LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI people of the neighboring territories, Tho time. OUi' me a call. Kor all point. A woman with a short, fat neck may where coyotes are more plentiful and V Proprietor ROUGH TICKETS SOLD. are hastening to enteh AL. BURNS, Managi-r-W. GREEN, Jn0ncv wear, becomingly, the black velvet BAGGAGE CIIECKRD THROUGH. tne title at tne nooi anu a unsic trade in womband. Lei the thin, "XI I UK OUAHS UOU'I'K." I'ur any information enquire of A (i. Lanham exporting coyote scalps Is growing up. John II. Castleman an leave it alone. J A CARPrNlEU. Asent, Tho Shortoot nnd QulckHt Uouto from Or StanrrJ, Ky. Tin: fashionable dinner table of the IN OTHER COUNTRIES. W. W PINN, Irn Pas A Kent Contral Kentucky to all polnta North cominjr season will, it is said, show a CAUGHT J'.iiti n t iv, k Fan EitHt, Wost and goblets, disreturn to the London has 5,700,000 people. Lino botwoon Loslngton and Olnoln placing the low tumblers. tuitl. In Uulgaria only K per cent, of the 1 r Is announced in London that a novTHROUGH TRAlN.s CINCINNATI TO MID population can read and write. PLEMtOROUUH ad JELLIC. elty in the form of five minutes' recitaLondon enjoyed eleven hours of suntions bctweeu courses at fashionable shine on a recent Sunday a most rare ; , SCHEDULE IN KKFECT mayio.iSoi. dinners is about to bo tried. record. LIVERPOOL,. Mfflmi TMtSwV Nearly twenty thousand pounds of Es. Sun. I , Sun Daily -- . M PEOPLE IN OTHER LANDS. SHKf'Sk broad are daily eaten in the sultan of I IB F Lve Cincinnati .. 8 10 am Sen pm'jwpn Lady Tknnyso.v preserves with re- Turkej''h household. m 8 iB am 8 oS p m, i P A STT.TCA, A AT fo'SSXlE: g ,1 a ra 9 16 p mi j 3' l m ligious cans every pine her husband Tin: claque has been discarded at the n A iiiFw ,,a j, htnokes and every oaken stick ho car- - Ambign, tho first theater in l'afis to P - VtAtMi3!V'-Cr'';yArr LexinRlon. is 10 p re.ii 00 p m, 7j P m A ries. brealc into the tradition. MANAGERS, Paris I.ve 0 50 P n. Arr Winchester. is 10 P m Sampson, a London athlete, breaks a Ok the 50,000 deaths occurring annual, ' Commerce Building-- Louisville; Arr Richmond.., hanging chain with a blow of his H.st, ly in London 21,000 are of children Lancaster.., Arr Arr Stanford. and with his two hands lifts a dumbtho age of ten years. Agents throughout the South. . . Lve Richmond ... ' 35 P m bell weighing 1,022 pounds. Scprrstition has decided that LonTwenty miles the Shortest to Arr LivmKton.... 3 15 P m Lord SALisnunv has made twenty-on- e don's new Cecil hotel shall have twelve Le Middleshoro new peers since he has been in of- instead of thirteen stories. W. A. TBIBBLE, ocal Agrcat, No. a. No. 1. No. 6. fice, besides raising the rank of several Making direct connections In Central Union deKcssia's oldest inhabitant is one hunSTANFORD. KV. pot for more. His namo is dred and twenty-fouSt. Louis, Michigan Points, I.ve Middleiloro 6 38 a m Chicago, Uelgo-rod- . Tub Khedive of Egypt has only one Nitehinorcuko, and ho lives at 9 Cleveland. Detroit, Lve Livingston. . 11 15 a in Buffalo, : u Indianapolis and tho West, wife, and when his 'councilors remind Arr Richmond... .. la 46 a in Canada, New England, sals. Lve Stanford him that he is entitled to have four, ho 7 00 a m Mkxico has a rock that serves as a .5' i Lve Lancaster ... 7 50 a m says: ".Not much, thank you. Enough weather prophet by changing color Arr Richmond.. 10 IS a m Washington, is as good as a feast." Baltimore, Philadelphia. Lve Richmond... ia 46 p m 6 OS a m with every approaching change in the Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort. Ky. The Executors ot Thomis M Lilian!, deceased, Arr Wincheiter. 40 p m 6$S a m Liliuokalani, the namo of the weather. Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest ind will at his late rtsidencc, on , Arr Paris 3J PJP 7 45 a m Quickest line to Hawaiian queen, who is said to be Lve Leiiugton.. a 00 p m 7 00 a m 3 45 P m LOOKING FOR HUSBANDS. growing unpopular, means lily of tho 45 P m 7 53 a m 4 5 P m 28, 1891, Lve Pari,... Lve ralmouth... 4 10 p m 9 3 a m 5 30 P n sky, and is pronounced as though writI'r.NKLOPE "What would you suggest .. I C.ll.t T Arr Covington, 5 40 p in 10 49 a in o 37 p m making cars atd ten ' " .?""?S as favors for our next gcrman, Dolly?" m I0 5S a m 6 45 P M coaches, Pullman Boudoir Sleepers through withnf 450 Acres, Arr Cincinnati.,.. 5 so public sale his out change via Chattanooga, Birmingham, Merld Dorothy (unhesitatingly) "Husbands." oifer at on the Danville .Vfine Karra turnpike, tour Stanford Un theMaysvitle Branch, No 10. leaves Paris at located making direct connections NOTES FOR THE SPORTS. Tim 7 55, am and No. ia, at 6 ij, p m, arriving at ian Ashesillo, Lynchburganden route for Knox, Life. miles from Damillc and6 frumStanford ville, points in the farm must be seen to be apprecated. A few salient Maysville at 10 10, a m, and 830, p m. No. 9 Revivalist "Young lady, which, points are these: UU The land isrich ajid pro- leatcs Maysville at 5 jo a m, arriving at Pans at Thkri: are alwut fifty buffaloes left ad, It is in Wyoming and they are likely to bo road will you elect, this night, to fol-- ductive, as the crops now upon It prow:, nas neen 740. am. No. leaves Maysville at 150 and snlcnd d v fpneed and watereil. 3U, u arrives at Paris at 4 10, p in. These trains are At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilminc low'.'" Young Ludy (blushing) "I killed off soon. by one of the tieM dailv escent Sunday. for 10 sears farmcdjudi Augusta, Macon, Savannah. I'd rather prefer the bridal path." X. fai mi,n III te State and now it U fteo doin all Xo i.daily to all points cxceiit Rowland Divis ton, Charleston, City.Thoinasvilleaild FLORI Brunswick, Lake Iowa has no statute providing for tho or impeuiinenis 10 inc hhimi iviu,,,., .u. Ion Wliicn isnaiiy excepiounuay, DA points. weeds s prevention of or punishing Y. Herald. No. runs daily irom Lexington to Cincinnati. It is so thoroughly improved that no expense will Thooulyline with 5U1, 1 he No, runs bo requlnil Etiirl "It is impossible to love more $ia,oooand on a It for years.story brict, house cost No. 53runs daily. from all stations except the Pullman Boudoirrunning solid trains Cars tocholcu tho participants. or Palace Sleeping Jack, splendidly daily is lare, two sonville A fisherman at Mooschctid lake than one man at a time with sincerity." built, with 10 looms, numerous closets nnd pan- Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday. gersor bwithout change lor any class of paisen- aggage. No. 3 daily except Sunday, hooked a big toguo at o'clock in the Maud "True; but, thank heaven, we tries, larsohaIN, basemeut Itunder whole house belma nnd Montgomery, Hiintsville, Decatur. oth, is betwefn Cincinnati and Lexington. No. 4 and succeeded in landing him can have .more than one man lovo us and good nut houses, educational only 4 inhcs by No. 43 daily and Lexington Accommodation afternoon centre of KenParis pike to Danville, the Shortest and quickest to Anmston, Selma, Mo. slnecrely at a time." N. Y. Herald. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Paris bile Dncct connections made at NKW OR. at 0 in the evening. tucky jth, The neighborhood and social sur. 8th, It is as "I'm just angry tho way those gentle- roundings are nowhere excelled.as can be found. 10 js a8 in without omnibus transfer for Galveston says that there A vktkran hunter good a fine horse and stock farm No. Falmouth Accommodation; caes CincinHouston, Austin, , are twice as many large game unitnals men are staring." "Dut they're not citls, It is equally as good (r gram andhasannual nati 5.10pm. Arrises Faluiuuth 7 05 p m dally TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. been tf in Maine now as thero were ten years staring at us," remarked the other crops as for stock and ,orrass. 10th, It Ninety except 7 Sunday. Falmouth 600a m. Arrives Cin- The only through line to many years. No. Leaves keptlargtly in Jackson and Vieksbur", ago, and attributes this fact to tho young lady. "I know it, nnd isn't that acres will be sown in wheat by the day of sale; cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. Miss., Shrcveport La., making direct connections to make ono angry?" Philadel- the balance of the farm is in grass, except 40 No. a anil 6 make connections at Winchester for without omuihus transfer for Dallas, J'ort Worth, faithful enforcement of the game laws. enough for c&rn points on the N. N. M. V. R'y, E. D. Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and points u Tiik greatest gambling ever seen by phia Times. Terms of sale easy. No. a carries through cars from Cincinnatito "Was that your brother walking with At the same time and place will oiler for sale a Middlesboraugh and Cumberland Gap and all in- TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Fannio I). Ward, tho South American stations nnd runs daily. of Knob Land containing about 120 acres, For through rates, correct county maps and lul woman traveler, was on a steamer be- you in tho park yesterday?" asked tho tract timbered and within half a mile of Junction termediate W. L MUNSON, Trav. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. well information call on Agent at Junction Kv old gentleman jocosely. "My brother?" Cityi Also tho Crops, Stock and Personally, C. P. ATM OR E, S. R. KNOT!', or address tween Copiapo and Talcahuano, when FRANK IV. WOOLlIV' Gen. Pass. Agt. Traftc Manager. ten shares Boyle National Bank Stock. Trav. Pass. Agt,, she replied. "Indeed it wasn't, and a prospector who had "struck it rich" General ollice, Louisville, Ky. MARY 11. LILLARD.1 D. MILLER. D. 5. 'EDWARDS, S. F. B. MORSE. Gen'I Pass'c'r Aet.. in tho copper mines of Atacama lost what's morn, he's not going to be if I JOHN T I.1LI.AKD, Executors IraflicMangr,, O. P. T ' f" J can help it" Philadelphia Times. . Office Chamber oi Commerce Uuilding.Ciucinnat, T. L. LILLARD, Cincinnati, O i3 td $00,000 in a single night. llutTiiun.-SUnford- and is still done in Kontucky. London, Japan by getting into a boat and letting the garments drag after the boat by a I have moteil ts my new Hotel and in better! long string. U. It. GENTRY prepared than eer to anoniinodate the public ('rood Livery attached and every rasiwiwsce d French Superior Colonial council Tiik la Can lidate lor Sheriff of I.nuoin toi.nly, sh sued. Oil e tne n call. has decided in favor of concessions of jet I to tne lion 01 me ucamnu pariy. W e oner for sale pilvately FRANK KII.KV. o Acres ol 77 colonization companies being granted mile south U (. U on the Sotn.rtei ..s It ,,, a dwetlinc and ne store huuse and barn rr , 40 by simple decree and not by law. N. MENEFEE in timoM. liood on hard and plenty n xvaiei WABJTX2TC. Cull on or address us at t rati Orrhard Kv Tr.i.Ki'iioxr.s are put in the houses of I UASI'IN candiJatc for rejection as Sheriff. Sul.jrit COUIMt Stockholm, Sweden, at a rent of ?!I.7r a m athe of the dcmecMCy. HkMion Nut year each. For each call, however, iv'- action I'eteasis are hereby forbidden tn fish in my lake, Good there is a charge of i! cents extra. e unlet West ef Waynetbure , under the penalties is stated that in Sicily pigs are proscribed for such It JAMr's McWHORTHR, used as the scavengers of the towns, DR. W. B. PENNY, owtmte, Ky I th In rl pnv itety my I an nf 141 Acres where they eat the filthiest of street tituateil 1'. miles 'riti nf niutd, ivy on 1' l)aniilc pike Dentist, refuse, over which n little bran has suuwm; to II'skc pic 1'ite WAfcmxo was nd 1001. ROOMS attached. Cores tuta, bruises, old sores, '.m diteaies, JOSErMt CTI'PKV. cerus, buuiona, piles, flatola. scratthes, halter bums, dew prison and hrutstt. Whereter It hat been shiI it has jiven wonderful sattslsctioa and its piopensitv hw tensevusf noeennt It remarkable. Sums rout testituonwts will lie se. utcd and ill appear ia this space at a Uler date. Made B. RILBYaPropriotor. and sold by . It. IMUUINS, Sianfnrd, Ky. - - - LULEY BOUSE, $1,000 Casli. I .11 1 ! J. ,. A A-- - Farm For Salo. 11 so-j- m i ICE, ICE ELK1N SS-i- 111 I dcil-cicn- t. JO tiff . .... S. ri.I.( . W-'J- I - Stanford, ANDJENNETS. C&?. 22d, Thursday, . llJrf teKCn,. - '.IWfil pAyVsrWJliiST WL iTOiirAW w:ii!3To WORTH oWEST, TRAVELING PUBLIC. fifty-eig- ht M1HSKS HOUSE, -- - WvcrySliiblc, Double Daily Trains s five-doll- ar m Best ' . Mucky Central R.R.1. SoutU-WOHt. long-necke-d , long-stemme- d ROYAL OF Insurance Company, ODfflissssfflir.i Kacff) V3rr5; Ml 1 South-Boun- I I ' mivv. x,n UXlilUiJtJWiuii.wJ.ji.,"". .. .1 tin-d- fJgjWC f Mfftff iMl5tmSwA lsJJfeVnfilU!IP. -- ' . North-Boun- d. r. Q m mum m m Wednesday, Oct. . New York, Boston. 1 I I KNEW (DB3LEANS, L. 1 "" 11 DAK3L1CNA9 I prize-fight- 1 Si dai-l- gr-- " acres-reserve- A-- I - i ri k ,' Vr. ? i .- - :,t;:.