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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891100901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. BRODHEAD, nOCKCASTLE COUNTY. A3 Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1891. the foot of the falls nbrciids hundreds of feet, until o'crtoppiiiR the uliH'H, it disSoon by nnOiil Rcsidenler of Stanrofd. over to bo renlauod appear ami is YELLOWSTONE PARK. To the Ktlitnr Interior Jourial, k, Wash , Oct. 1. I wild vou a CIIURCH Look at your Label! fand see if vcu are ibehind in sub:crip-- J tion. If you aro re rait at on onco. NO. 63 AFfAIRS. J. 11. Karris' shitiula ami Kirtt mill was burned on tho nij:ht of tho ith. Hev. A. J. Tike, Dr. Kiiimio Hrown nnd Win, Snyers nro attending the ISrand Lodgo in Loumvilli. - Mr. M. O. Dtiriunn ami .lumen Powell boM to J. II. AHrlht a nice lot of oxtra Iiors at :t to :Ulf. Hob Tliompson 1h buying cattle in our county. U'V A. .1. Pike, agisted by Kev. W. ' Holtdaw, of Jellerconville, Iml., will Iiorih n mtU'b of tnutitiiiRt at the Baptist rliim-h- buKlntiiiiK on Oct. 12 at 7 1 This river just below tho falli to tho eye in Hizo heems but a rivulet, ami na 1891. w, the sun cists its rays upon it, looks liko Music and "1)1)011 of Hold About a quarter of n TliintciiH.il n.i..l.l lift int.ri.iii.. In ippliiation. . mile below tho falls is u most enclmnt- i i ,. :.. r,i i... n...i mttiij n uiii irmiuin iiii niuiiiis in . Uiir " "'" my Old Kentucky Horn." von can '" vwn' next, witli too youiiK umisjwatcntni: lor give It a place in your valuable paper if the return of their progenitors, who esteemed worthy. sailing or soaring for trout with v. M. On leaving Superior Citr I had no idea were which to feed their young. One of our Rev. F. I). Hale's church memberof taking this trip, hut xt tlie solicitation 51RCS., eagle with a good sized ship at Louisville increased 210 during of friomls concluded to do so. Leaving party saw an M. I'. - tlie main line of the N. P. railroad at trout in his tntous, but he failed to bring the year closing Oct. Ann1). AzvUlamitl wife, from and it now mini-bor- s it to the nest. The eagle, when looking averages i'00. ville, JaclcKon county, .lolm Crowly, of Livingdtou, Mont., a ride du a branch for :1. The fish, on discovering one, shoots down Tlie Rev. Samuel Punedict, for maViIlimiihurr. and Arch Mot, of l.'u- - rond of b'2 miles brought us to a point swiftin a atraight lim with arrow-likLarge stage, plenty of scenery, sea ts ny years rector of St. Paul's Protestant Engagements with o. were in our town to nee where tli railroad stoppwl and fltego laoki county, coaches were in readiness to convoy all ness and wcureh hm prey unerringly. F.piscopnl church at Cincinnati, lost his good attractions solicited. about their eyes. Dr. llurdett We saw where the heavers worked life in an elevator accident Tuesday. The cold wave that the MriiiiI ser- to the Hot Springs in the Park. Some Iiouspe, a special ami made tiieir dams, also thuir m) Ioiir ffi constituted the party. For The fi'id annual conference of the vice has been telling 'us about traveling companion I had a .Mr. Tliomp- or huts, built in he water. No civil .Mormons was lipid at Salt Lake City readied here Inst Sunday nlitht, engineer could evince greater skill in Monday. There were 10,000 present, inby nice rain. Uoth war Iiluh-I- son, of M Ioui, a member of the legal . constructing the- dams for the purpos- cluding three presidents and 12 apostles. Wo ar clad to be cool fraternity nnd a most geninl ami intellinppwirtted es for which they are designed. gent penKHi. In a very short time after They all with one nccord expressed con, oiue more. desultory communication is alAs -- Wesley and Olwl Smith, Uvy Pen- taking stage our attention was called to ready this prolix, I will close it by giving fidence in the early triumph of their too S. IS. Cor. 'Ltli Ac Vtno, Cincinnati, O. ny apil Jack Wiii)H, all of the Ulde an eagle's nest. A brood of two eaglets one or two other descriptions. Of many faith as the only true religion. The Northern Methodists are ever Book-keepin- g, district, were arrestod and triwl, hehiK were quietly nestling upon a rocky morti that might he mentioned, one is Short-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, and always dabbling in politics. The of riditm hows witliout the peak, distant from the Btngo rood only acciifed what is termed the Odass Mountain. conference at Newport resolved after a knowledge or consent of the owners. some )0 yardH. Further travel showed dyBusiness Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, goodly numbers, This mountain had to blown up by heated discussion that its memheis 1'hey wore hold over nnd not beiiiK able these noble birds in namite before a roadway could be securPenmanship and all Business Branches. should vote for prohibition candidates neer evincing any alarm at the apto Rive bail were sent to jail. Fragments of this glass, or rather Twelve Instructors. lTp boon delayed on proach' of travelers. After ii trip of 7 ed. for olllco. Some of the preachers opEstablished 1862. Larco nnd llourishlnt;. confidence of the Busluei.with tho times, Wheat sowing has Has what lookH liice glass, lie in profusion posed tho resolution flu ttiorousjlily for lluslness Pursuits. aided the ttecurlny emidoyment. TheCommunity. dry weather, hill since the miles, for tho mot ait up a steep very btrongly, con charges aro in net omit of The Btuilrittit are In demand and are along the roadside, and indeed the road tending that the body had as much right rcaonallc. Hoard can bo had In tho city at low llRures. Day and Night Bewlonn. Does Heeding has been renewed witli nj?w mountain, we stopped for the night at run for several hundred feet is inacadnmized ns promises, InventlBatton .solicited. Send for catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. viRor. Tlie ncreiiRO will be larger than the Hot Springs Hotel, a commodious with it. We were permitted to take a to pledge them to voto the democratic or republican ticket as the prohiusual Our farmerH have learned that building, with n porch of some 100 feet few specimens, although the rule is that wheat growing inn be made proiltablo From tho hotel half a mile are a num- nothing in the formation shall be taken bition. Tho Kcumenical Methodist Council by using fortilucrB, deep plowing and ber of hot springs bubbling up from tho away. is in session nt Washington. All the preparation of the soil. .1. C. mountain tops, the water so hot you can proper There are ha id to be some 100 elks in brandies of tho Church, there are '29 of cook ii n egg in it in two minutes. 'Tis Klmol bought i'Jtt mortli of Currier's butlaloBS, while bears are tho park and them we believe, springing from the paand elk come near these from Albright A Co., put It on 10 said the iuumeruble. rent church, established by the Wesley s acres of orn and he hays It has inndo springs in winter bcaino of tho warm When at Yellowstone Park a travelhim $7o worth of com more than it temperature. These fprings aro a won- ing friend came hurriedly up to my room in Kngland l.0 years ago, are representwould have made. 1I demonstrated der and an admiration. Next morning where I was lolling and cried "Gut up, ed, and laying aside all diderenccs and f avoiding all schismatic dicussi6ns, are tin bv iMivini! nart ol tho Meld without the putty htartd for a llv ami colonel, and see a bear !" So on raising listening to . r... i .i ucr the suggestions of the bes uie iwtk. nnv fertiluer. He also says Ue has m:i iays nip uirougu .i tho window, sure enough there was other makes of fertilisers, but Currier's mountain climbing for several milcH wo bruin, standing erect on his hind feet, men of all divisions and toeking to find means to promote their own cause nnd came to the "tiolden (iate," a gap in tho makes the best crops. taking in the situation. After a few for the cpmmon good. This is tho second Molviu, of Dillion and Ud mountain noted for its beauty ami for Mr. J. II. minutes he ran to the woods. It was in meeting of the body, which i3 to convene .Molvin, of liOndon, spent Sunday in the great labor and cost to get a roadI Catorla cures Colic, Ooajtlpatlon, 'CatorlalssoweUadaptcdtochlMrentha.t open ground wo 6nw him. The proprie g llrodhead. They and Jack Melvin have way over it. A beautiful cascade leaps tor told me that these animals came hereafter overy deca le. IrocommendltBuperiortoanyprescriptloa dl. I Prof. Paul Haupt, chief of the SemitII. A. AnciiKR, M. D., known to mo." pestlon, returned from Owensboro, where from the summit nnd dashes down the right up to the hotel in search of somejust HI So. Oxford St., UrooUyn, K. Y. I Without Injurious medication. they had been to see their tmroiitH. Hen- gulch with Niagara velocity. The chlls! thing to eat. The night wo wore at tho ic department of tho Johns Hopkins Tus Cintauh Compant, T7 Sturray Street, N. Y. University, has just returned from LonWice and wife, 'on either side of the loadway are high ry Ilower and wife' John falls two came to the back porch of the don and Perlin, where ho had n confersummoned by dispatch to anil golden in color. Here several of Ohio, were hotel ami turned over the slop tubs. ence with noted scholars in reference to were brought into use to portray tho bedside of their father, Micheal PowPears are more numerous than hogs in er, who died before they arrived. You and perpetuate the grandeur and beauty all the eoiiutry near the Pocky Moun- n new translation of tho Pible. It is proposed to include in this translation have had notice of tho death of Mr. Pow- of the scenery. After passing through tains, o persons are allowed to shoot not only the Old and Now Testaments, er, which was caused by blood poison- tho "gte" wo came to an extensive pla- them, or nuy game in the Yellowstono but also tho apocrypha and pseudepigra- liuried in the cemetery at teau of land, and must ing. He whs Park. pha. Kiich of the ISO books will bo asthe Christian church Monday. Hev. A. allbrd grazing for the wild animals which leaving the upper basin of the park signed to a couipetont scholar, tho transJ, Pike gave u very appropriate talk; abound here. This plain extends for wo returned by a nioro westorty route, had reading and prayer. A very large miles until we come to "Mary'a;kMoun-tain,- " traveling for miles up Gardiner river, a lation to he accompanied by explanatory Dealers In- notes and pictorial representations. thc;highc8t on our route. Pefore assembled to jmy the lsst tribute The of the deceased. Py his death reaching its summit tho aforesaid Mr. rabid ami precipitous stream, one books of the Old Testamont will occupy of respect to the headwaters of the Missouri. On this two volumes of 1,000 pages each and the his wife loes a tiuo nnd faithful hus- Thompson, who was on the outside with stream aro several noted springs the entire Scriptures (5 volumes. band, the children a kind ami loving the driver, discovered a bull'alo lying "Soda Spring" and a fountain whoso waThe Northern .Methodists made the lather and tho community n good citi- down. Stopping tho tage, a passenger ter is precisely in Uste with that of tho sfollowing appointments for this the Lexzen We extend our heartfelt sympa- ami myself essayed to catch sight of this family and friends. reprect'iitntive of an almost extinct race. celebrated Apollinaris water. ington district: B. F. Whitemnn, P. K; thy to the be leaved Returning to Livingston andj having Allmiy, Charles S. Smith; College Hill, but it lied ami was not to be seen by us. to wait several hours for tho Pact lie S. F. Kelly; Grady ville, Logan C. God-boHUBBLE. In a short distance we found u fresh XXST2n bound train, the timo was spent in lookHighland, John Godbey; Harrods-burg- , track. On top of "Mary's Mounworst homo with Mr. Pen Smith ing nt the sights. A mountain sheep, of II. I). Burnett; Harrison, W. N. ins brother living in Lexington, Tuaoday tain" is n beautiful lake, called "Mary's color, with patches of white Lexmorning. Hid wounds aro all hualed Ijike." In descending this mountain on the hip.s, smooth hide with no wool, Calvert; Holly Hill, T. J. Perkins; OF KANAWHA ington, Henry Tuckloy; Middleburg, A FRESH CAR-LOA- D our Jehu pointed out the placo"whero a up nicely. Urn. Cook and Peyton as the only living speciJohn Thomas; Miutonville, J. M. Oli way they your or so ago two buUitlos ran across was pointed out great credit for. tho mens which had been tamed. A moun- yer; Nicholasville, J. G. Dover; Shelby-ville- , dressed and uttonl.d to his wounds. the road just as tho stage w'as passing, tain goat was also seen here, white, with C. M. Baker; Somerset, T. G. Cox. Mr (ientry's family should never be breaking the pole of the vehicle and his body covered with a hairy wool. Middleshoro District S. K. Rniney, P. forgotten for their kindness in sooing greatly frightening tho pawngors. Of List, but not least, a mountain lion, tho K. Barbourville and London, C. P. Hill; him carefully nursed while at their place. this occurrence I remember to have fiercest and most ferocious beast that Parbourville circuit, J. G. Pagan; Boone- Sat- seen a newspaper account just after it Dr. Kiiinnlnl was out to see us List At nightfall wo ville, W. II. Crain; Campton and West roam the Rockies. his ill- happened. urday, for tho llrst time since "Tamo wild geose," ducks) and eagles took the train, Mr. T. and myself, for Liberty. R I). Bovin; Clay, W. C. Judd; ness. He has been badly missed as ho Seattle, tho "Queen City of tho Sound." lvstid, Marcus Poundtree; Harlan, to be aro seen all along tho route., In the is a knowing young do:tor and had to Has the largest and C. II. UrHIIE3TF.lt. wo reached the Fountain House, supplied; London circuit, C. T. Stump; drop a largo practice for a few weeks. Middleshoro, to be supplied; Pineville, another fluo hotel. From this place tlUpLpi.JlH,i i i.l jam lTTBvAj C MOST COMPLETE STOCK ONE DOLLAR He tells us he is going to nttond lecFred G rider; Rowan, W. L S. Ingram; several geysers can he seen. After n Clarin Now York in December. tures good night's rest we resumed our jour- To See the Nancy Salt Lake, C. S. Murkiu; Williamsburg, OF ence .Smith, of Hedgeville, is not Tho report in circulation that tho S. G. Pollard; Woodbine, to bo supplied. few days. Ho has ney, traveling all day in tho midst of hot to live but a Hot Kentucky Trotting Horse Preeders' As- The conference will meet uext year at springs and eruptive geysers. lung trouble. We got the I. J's. by springs, clear as crystal, coloredlike sap- sociation intends charging two or three Louisa. ever shown in Stanford at prices Lancaster on Tuesday morning this phire, emerald and turquoise kept tho dollars to see the race between Allerton The Casey Teachers. as low as the lowest. week, no let them come that way all the mind in constant wonder and "admira- and Nancy Hanks, at Lexington, Thursl'o tho Editor Interior Journal watch-maker- s Pgga have advanced in Our town in the State, time. Remember that I have one of the best tion. Never have I felt more keenly tho day, Oct. lo, is untrue nnd without auThe following is tho programme to 15 cents. This is the place to got rid Don't have to barrenness of language suitable to ex- thority of tho Club. Wo adhere strictly by the committee for the second who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. of your old roosters, ducks and gooso at press my awo at tho marvelous sights to old prices, nnd during tho meeting meeting of tho Casey County Teachers' send job to the city. beautifully done. Old Engraving of all kinds a fair price. Joe Swopo will begin to which were constantly being met. Tho the price of admission will bo only SI Association, which will convene t t Lib- gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicisoon in the place of the build a barn Oevsor," tho largest of .any for men nnd 50 cents for Indies, except erty, Ky., 011 Saturday, November 7th, I.uco is covering his "Kxcelsior A. R. PENNY. one burned.-- M. ted and I guarantee satisfaction. gone on a in tho formation, was in n state of com- on llrst day, when ladies will be admit- 1891. dwelling.- -J. W. Pright has Welcome Address, Col. Silas Adams. parative quiet; it had not; erupted since ted free. Tho Association has gone to fulling expedition at Spillman'H mill. Response, K. B. Sweeney. last fall, when it belched forth volumes an immense expense and spent nt least H. L. White has sold his last spring Incentives to Teachers, R. S. Rector. of sulphureous, burning water nnd mass- S'JO.OOO more than during any previous Hi:::::: crop of wool atS31cent8 per pound. System in Teaching, Knoch Wesley. ive stone, tho water causing tho "Fire year. Wo expect the public to pay it, Mrs. Wm. Underwood has been on tho Hole" river to rise four foot. Tho most but not at extortionate prices. All wo Summary of the Conditions of the Graded School at Crab Orchard. Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, ,;i-- iiu n fi.u.- ilfivn. but is better. P. P. corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter of all tho geysers is tho "Old ask is n liberal patronage at SI, and tho Schools of the County, Supt. J. W. ho satisfactory burns, dew poison and bruise. Wherever it has Gentry aeeuis to be making votes as At a reaular term of the Lincoln County Court, l. ...... .I i, h.. irivnn wnnilrrfnl ntifjirtinn ami Faithful," so called becauso it never fails public to turn out to our great J trots ns ""-. held Sept. 11. 1891. Hon. Wallace E. arnou. Its propensity lor removing sorcress ,. School Discipline, J. C. Lay. is canvasses this neighborhood 1, .,!! nresuiin? In the matter of the ,nli. M '. Viimtraui testimonials will be secured and to play every tJ.'i minutes, sending up a ninny days as possible. of tho intmn nf.-- r.mdrd Free School at Crab Orchard. will appear in thi space nt a later date. Made How to secure the Kentucky, a petition having been received by tho nd sold by volume of water 100 feet high ns lnrge as MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ACCOMMODATIONS. Patrons, L. N. Taylor. Judge of tho Lincoln County Court signed by J. U. IIIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. a sugar hogshead. Near "Old Faithful" Parties from a distance attending tho citizens who aro tax pavers ami and reHow to Teacli U. S. History, Miss Mol-li- llclitteuthe proposal Graded Kri'o School District, Mr. Kvan Foley, a widower of 51 side in are several interesting geysers "Tho trots and do not desire hotel (accommo Humpliroy, J. M. Owens. asUns that u Graded I'rco School D.strict bfc es- e and Mrs. U.S. Klmore, I:!, and twice a Lion." "Lioness" nnd "Cubs," two of boundary of which is to be a clrc dations, should apply to R. S. Strader & Parsing and Analysis, Miss Lena Tay- tablished, the miles, in every direction Ironi t he 4 widow, were married at Mr. K. J. Jones', which frequently play nt tho snmo time; extending!1, fU I Ua u l all l Uil m a m Son, 71 Fast Main street, for rooms. lor, L. J. Godbey. intersection of the Lancaster, Stanford and Mt ir..n,.ln.rvin. Wednesday. The vv-it'll Vernon roads in Crab Orchard, tho "Peo Hive," which sends up its These gentlemen aro our committee and How to Teach Geography, Mis Sallio It is now ordered that J N. Menefei', Shenit o groom is a citlzon of Whitley .and tho boiling water to a great height, tho' in Lincoln County, open a poll at tho regular villos have under them clerks to wait on the Woolford, J. W. Brown. Pockcistle, and they were e)l Icuisvutr.mwAiBAiiv CHICASO Rf((a- bride is from place in Crab Orchard on the volume less than some others; tho public and boys to show them quarters. w Essays on "Child Nature," Misses Lizvisiting Ir' Jones, where they fell from ila close re- This step is taken in order that no exTO "Sponge" is so called Octooor, 1891,, 17th Day zie Fogle, Julia Stugg. love. semblance at its base to n sponge. the legal sense of tortion can bo practied on strangers. Two recitations by pupils selected by for the purpose saidtaUnjr the Oradi d of ree Scl.w r HICC0AC4'G)9 proposed Card of Thanks. white voter ill Put of all tho grand sightfl tho Falls of Sec'y. Respectfully, Ko. A. they !;. Tarrant from his school. District upon the proposition who her or not cenU To the KJitiir Interiorjourn.il And . . .. tho Yellowstone surpasses them all. Tho an nnnuat tax not eveedu.R sixty will vote Querry Box. on cne hundred dollars" worth .1or property John nml Heth l'artou shot ami Wo wiah'to publicly return our Yellowstono n milo nhovo tho falls is D.strh t belonsini; proposed tree bcho Miss Bkrtig B. McKinnky, ' MeKinuoy and ros-WElS- T a poll tax not exteclmtf whit persons thankB to tho people of quite a wide river, say 100 feet, but nar- tnotiilly woundptl Alvis Parton, on Clear P. II. T.W1.0K, Com. to dollars per capitaand each lute maleipenon on And. wo nnd kindness vicinity for their assistance rows ns it approaches the camract, as if Creekin Bell county. Policeman l'ar-toJamks Floyd, era. years of .. renins '" ' ..."ld. ,?"?? of tho burning of our gathering its forces for tho tremendous Graded rrcobcnooi uiiru i, and P...... of Pitiuville, nml a posau went to arto us at tho timo main alniiiB a suiwble buiMinB Common school teacheru in tho rood Graded Free School in said proposed Graded " t. smith leap. It is not more than 110 feet whoro rest them when Beth escaped anil John boino recently. and PullI'ulliuan District,. for the payment exceed-- l man lluffct Vestibuted IfufTet Sleepers through to Chair Cars on all trains Niagara cannot opened tiro on tho otlicer. Tho police-ma- n southern part of the State, who have Feo School on any such bonds not Ir- - tho plungo Is made. aiid interest Chicago without chance. Itegular daily traius now run to four returned tho liro and shot John been holding school Saturdays in order Trustee, thousand dollars, Ifcjoool as the Hoard ol Go via the Morion and set the Hest for the least it in grandeur and in beauty falls far Schoo of proposed to get through a ilvo months' term in , V under the short. After tho abyss below is reached twice with his Winchester, onco through four months, have been ordered to dis- .5... may issue and sell aforesaid. provisions ol money. For information address A., cnicaEO.r AS. DARKER, G. I'. A Montgomery county man sold r for lb ti uurposes GEO. B. COOPER. Clerk. U. CKU5I1, U. l A . l.ouisviuei seed at 00 cts. it dashes along as if cutting its way thro tho abdomen and onco through tho continue the practice as it is against the A coov. At: bushels of spirit of the law. tho hedging mountains. The spray at head. Tho wounds are fatal. delivered. nketeli of tbe ureat tiniini t eilowHtoni! ran:, as seen ijv (hi ri tu' ii rocciil visit. linstily-i'neil- el Skth (joiiu, with nuwiy aKcendiiiK vapor. Na- - ! ..,.. ! i i - T T it Rev. Pen Helm i.s attending tlie Synod at Greenville. F.kler Flliott, of Glasgow, will! J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. preach at the Cliristion church next Sunday. Two million suckers, including I'ulIcorpot Comeratory and Noriml School tea.her. Sftpenir ' iur m Americans, flaw the Holy Coat unr-t- s Art. Fxcellent boarding department. Cataljuej and circulir furm-h- i l on exhibition, which is now closed. Quarterly meeting services at tho Methodist church Saturday nnd Sundny. Services Saturday at 11a. m. and 7::W S,-0- Stanford Female Colle; Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, . "Walton's Opera House, WALTON , Proprietors. 1 S.-- e ni'cotn-pauii- 11 v - cta s(72; Telegraphy, ,.J . ! fer-tilir- -r bir " ... one-hal- yv'rvssXMBJMK3gBMMjBMBBMBMl3jKM Infants and Children. JlSd'fe.W ko-da- grass-covore- FARMS & HARDIN. -- Staple andFancy Gro cer es, Hardware Queen- Glass- - and Tinware. but-fal- o y; SEE O'U'HakSGAJSTT OF LAMPS. SALT i " steel-mixe- d de-her- ve The Old Reliable Jeweler n in the Lead. Hi ov-cni- ffP yA. T R. Penny Hanks-AllertonRnc- e. ex-peit- Watches and Jewelry J ITotioo of Election mitmm mi - Ilos-kin- s. "- -- I .', i 96-i- yr o IT t- - I L - r - llMklMliM ft, of Tii-Tos- assess-edi- n n, . . NTOSTM WTiiSTo ofprln-cipa- ox-c- ol I)i-m- et 1,-a- v blue-gras- s - tir-f.- i. 'Jh, .. ir -- ! w--- g-1'"'- '' kf!e -- fc Tug annual meeting of the stockhold-- l Win. Ahl has beon appointed post showing tho smallest death rato of any ere and directors of the L. k X. was held master at Cloverport in place of Miss comity in the State. at Louisville,; Wednesday. Tho annual Matthews, who declined. Mies Henley, My John M. Williams is attending report shows the number of miles owned tho incumbent, was appointed by Mr. lectures in a medical collego with a view Stanford, Ky, October P, 1S91 absolutely by the company to bo 2,41KS. Cleveland. of making a M. I), of himself. 11; while the number of miles of road The Pine Hill Conl Co. Iirs closed FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. down till a better understanding can be lease 1, operated or interested in is P. The bonded debt outstanding is Root A: Carter raised n pumpkin this had with its miners, or until they can get other men. S JO,77."),(5oO, an incre.iso over last year of year that weighed 110 lbs. "in the last'issuo of tlie Col. John-oMiss Mattio Newcomb is visiting Tho gross earnings were $10,513,000. John Murphy sold to Robert lnnd Capital, jiives some fncts anil figures that SU),220,726.G2anJ tho net $7,102,281.0:5. Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Louisville. Counnre intcrestinc to thu public in connec- The equipment is 14,515 cars and 477 lo- 2 harness geldings for $250. ty Attorney McClure went to Pulaski William Gooch 6old to Robinson, of tion with the Into con. con., from which comotives. There were carried during Wednesday to attend a wedding. Mrs. we extract: The body was in scbfiion the vear vvJtu.bla passengers, an in Garrard, 2 mule colts at $03. Shoes, R. L. Stark and sister, Mrs. M. Sharpe, Fon Sale. 8 good steers. 2l'(! days and the per diem of members of nearly 2 per cent. The freight aro visiting friends at Jellico. Caps, The crease Queen amounted to $131,7(5:1 nud the mileage carried amounted in tons to 0,'.kiG,5US, an James Givens, Stauford, Ky. writer is indebted to Aunt Klizabeth The Louisville races are progressing account to SS.192 20. nearly every dele- increase of over 4 per cent. After hearNew combe for n plate of "possum and Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine No. 9. with good crowds aud tine sport. not- ing and asprovmg gate drawing for two round-trips- , sweet inters. " the report the followk Agent for Hrodhcnd Flour. Fon Sale. Kxtra pair woik mules and withstanding nearly all had free, railroad ing ofliivrs were elected: Milton H. Mr. Hniry C. Weber, son of W. W. Highest market price paid for Feathers and Kggs. tickets. Mileage is figured at l." cents n Smith, president; Stuart R. Knott, 1st new wagon. John llaugh, Danville. Weber, of this place, has puichased a' Fon Sale. --Three good Jersey milk third interest in a wholesale Middle and from the capimile going aud returning A. M. (junrnur, I'd vice cows and 4 Jersey calves. Kph Poaniug-ton- . harness manufacturing establishment tal. A delegate living 100 miles away president; V. J. Wood, .Id iu therefore drew ;G0 from the treasury for dent, K. II. Ingram, assistant to the Knoxvillo and is nt present traveling A superior grain drill for sale. Will for his house through North Carolina If he had a pa the two round-trips- . president; A. II. Kills", secretary. The exchange for eorn. J. II. Albright, and tho southern States. Harry bus! - he made $R0 clear money. If he paid election of .Mr. Knott to the 1st ft: mil his fare it was at the rato of .'! cents per is a very gratifying compli- llrodhead. the qualifications to make a sucecss'ful A. M. Pence sold to A. T. Nunnel-le- business man. mile and the two round trips cos-- t him ment to a young man who is de.tiued to tv Sfiir5- exa filly colt by Pence.out of in stm $12, and he therefore A ns Robbing, who got 50 days on reach the top round in railroad manageThe stenogra- ment, lie is at present the Gallic man dard bred mare for $175. pense of the the rock pilo at last couit, walked oil Bta a Frank liayden sold to White, of Wtdnesday. Thu marshal will bring pher who took down the speechiM in ager anu ior awinie at lea-will com, and the editor bine the duties of ....o two ollices. The Rockcastle, a small bunch of yearling him in again soon totluish'out his time. coot FOR who tried to put them in presentable L. it N. is the greatest corporation in tho heifers and steers at $10 60. FEVER, BlUGUSKESS, Ans' trouble was cau-vby his filling up ' Postage on these iSouth aud one of its beauties is that it Several thoroughbred on tanglefoot and Fou Sale. shape got SI, 70") the folks from uimuim PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL speeches, primed in the Kecord, costJSo,-00- 0 gives its worthy and aspiring young men Black Berkshire pigs, both soxes.U weeks home at Mr. II. Harnett's, braking win-- ! and 10,000 copies of them are now a chance to realize an honest ambition. old, at $: to $4 apiece. J. Blniti, Stanford. dows, etc. When ono of the family DISORDERS. CENTS Mr. A. R. Penny sold for his wife to orougiii urn a gun lying in the Senate cloak room, on FOR SALE BY All DRUGGISTS. to Hioot Him, lie The dirty republican sheets, includ- John C. Poppies 07 acse of the old took it from its owner and broke it ever which there are $200 worth of stamps. PSEPAREDBY BICHfiRDSOrfTAYLCR MED.CO. Sr.LOlllS HO. Boone farm, lying on Dix liver, .at $37. the cooking stove. The colored cloak loom keeper, whoso ing the Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette- , principal business was to bring whisky in the absence of anything of an ollieiul 50. Mart Owons'was in town WednesM. 11. "Haggard, of Scott county, day on his return from to the delegates and keep a regular bar- - nature to urge against Governor Camp Livingston. reom, was paid S701 out of the State bell, have been casting reflections on his bought iu Owcnton, a lot of i good suck - Mart it 72 years of age and has retained treasury. There were many other leaks honor by charging that he has been ling mules at an average price of abou t his vitality remarkably well. He can to swell the grand total of the cost of the making debts that ho could not pay un- $45. wrestle with the best of them. He still convention, whose members rode on til the alnoiint has reached $500,000 or E. B. Beazley pold to Adam Cirpen-te- r works regularly nnd no hand can get in "MODEL. GKOCI2KY" free passes and got pay for it, at tho more. Not recognizing that as n legiti75 ewes for $200 and sold to W. O. more work in a day than he. Sas he same time they were voting to make it a mate weapon of political warfare and Kendrick, of Wayne, 2 mule colts for began drinking whisky when ho was it horrible olleiise aud whocut other fantas- claiming its eutire falsity, Gov. Camp- $155. years old and ban made a good baud at tic tricks, that tuade nut only the angels bell has given these sheets the choice of Moses Kahn purchased of Thomas it ever frimv. Ho has studied about weep, but caused the tax payer to groan retracting or defending a suit for libel Henry Clay, of Bourbon count', 215 fat quitting tho use of liquor, but thinks in the agony of prospective increase of and it is amusing to hee them try to cattle, averaging about 1,500 pounds, at there's little use uow as all his best days squirm out of a most disieputnble busi-- " 4 cts. his burden. JUee, Cheese, are past and ho will, iuduliie unto the ness. It the Ohio people are as chivalIn Cincinnati best shippers bring 5 end, though if ho could live his life over revise the statutes The commission to rous as they ought to be they will resent i3 the heM never use it. met at Frankfort Tuesday and organized such dirty work by re electing Gov. and bestbutcheiH4l; for hogs 5 lop of the market; sheep 2 to i, lambs How eager many people aro to see Lamps, Glass- - and Queenswnre, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit by electing Mr. McChord .chairman and Jars, Campbell by an overwhelming major- 4 to 5. 3 II. II. Smith, member of the late con. ity. their names and their friends' names in Jelly Glasses, &c. As Administrator of Stamp Turpiu tho con., from Hardin, secretary. Owing to paperH, yet how slow somo of them I will sell at 10 o'clock, ,on county court them are to subscribe and pay for them" II. J MrKOIIKKT' their individual private business they NEWSY N0JES. W II IMOIjISs, day, a Harkaway stud colt and brood I have had unite a number iu my expewill not get down to work till Oct. 20, The King of Wurtemburg, Karl I, is mare; n'so an Alderney heifercalf. Richrience who have given in items concern-in- c after which they will remain iu continu- -' dead. t . : u i themselves or t leir friends for pub., F. Lee, of Virginia, did ard Robinson. (jub suHsion ;u rraiimuii. .in .i juu is nil uiu Gen. W. W. H. Leach sold to fannerB in lication and 011 publication nrvinlnfad t litrtli onmn cat will tnLa n days they not dle' M reported, "0 are glad to say. Scott and Favette counties 1,200 stock will watch the post un,,t cxn odlce so as to borrow M ' t.. aB iii i Judge J. I). Belden, of Lebanon, was ewes at an average of about ., , , He from .1 scui subscriber to the paper to see . . :", Our Stock of-.',, commission acquitted . in .the U. S. Court of violating also shipped this seabou 2,500 lambs. thu items. It is a matter of surpiise how . out froui the capital that the Georghtown Tunes. ir umuit innoi many people of thisclassaretobe found, agreed that they did not arrogate to iuu Three persons were cremated and pacing and more surprising to know that iu the In" the Hal Pointer-Dire- ct themselves all knowledge of law, but many others were hurt by the burning match race at Terre Haute Poiuter won ranks of those who are ablest to pay tho would gladly hear and consider any sugof a live story tenement .house in New in three Btraight heats. They had won greatest number of this description arc Is now almost complete and wc will be able to show to the gestions that might be made to them people of York. k found. a heat apiece the day before when from lawyers or other pereous who Lincoln county as complete a .stock, wc think, as has ever been Indians,' it is said, massacred 200 ness shut oil the race. minUf Vn1iaA tin lrtifuc onmnfliitifv Mtot ofiered for their inspection in English and German colonists who at J. A. Judy Bold to S. Weil 124 catmgv hi n( lien tip cnmmias nil m Our Teachers. tempted to settle on their lands in Mes- tle weighing 1,525 pounds nt 5 cents . Programme for thn Teachers' Associagreat task ahead of them. ico. V. O. Brock bought of John Goode 100 tion, to bo helil at Goshen, Oct. 17. The Polite raided the New York city hogs to weigh 200 pounds and upwards exercises aro to commence promptly at The county school superintendent of while the Jerome Park races Nov. 15th to 23th at 4 cents. Winches Bell admitted negroes into the whito 0.:;0 ! swere in progress. They bagged u5 pris- ter Democrat. Teachers' Institute, but he wishes now allow are we Roncfited by tho Teachhe hpd not been so previous. The whites oners aud $:!,181 in cash. Tho Richmond New South says: Al- ers' Aesoeiat ion '.'Prof. Smith. Jim Hurley was shot and instantly bemarle county's (Va.) pippin crop is were greatly outraged and appealed nt Deserve Success and you may Comonco to tho State superintendent, who killed at Shelbyville by Fiauk Ashby, described as simply immense, and never mand It Miss Helon L. Thurmond. responded that any white teacher would because the former was standing with of better quality. Ono fruit raiser last How a School Girl Studies Recita be relieved from attendance on mixed his hand on the shoulder of tho latter's week 6old (00 barrels of pippins nt $2.75 tion by Miss Lizzin Menpfee. a barrel nnd he has 1,400 baarels yet on institutes. The negroes were sent home l,eflt Kid. Kotb colored, Debate That Maimer or Civility has es A'riui(uva' ll0rs0 in funeral and the superintendent will wish manyj the trees. It now only costs ? to send a More Influence Than Mind Miss Stuart he had staid at his before the cession of 40 carriages, at Des .Moines, barrel of apples to Liverpool. and Mr. R. I.. Davis toaflirm nnd Miss teachers got through with him. They caused tho upsetting of a dozen vehicles, Tompkins and Mr. Chappell to deny. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. have no objection to his consoiting with t,ie k.UiijR of fo,ir persons and the All friends of education in th" comwounding of many others, negroes if he wishes, but they beg to bo munity aro cordially invited to attend, And Gent" Mr. I). N. Williams had a valuable Goods. We are still sole agents for the old The average cost of the children in allowed to choose their own company. and all teachers who are members of tho cow to choke to death on an apple. rduWv: n.iterproof UUKLL HOOTS. the Masonic Homo at Lou sville, is Willis Adams' three children are KKSOciation aro solicited to do their part Chahles Stewaut Pa knell, who was $114.0'J annually. Tim institution has towards making tho exercisies of each down with diphtheria. They aro the great Irish leader till ho sold his an endowment fund of $17(i,202.!4. meeting interesting to their auditors and birthright for a woman's smiles, died The Lelaud Stanford, Jr., UniversiTrains of reimported whisky are be- beneficial to the association. suddenly at Brighton, Tuesday night. ty has been opened at Palo Alto, Cal. It Mks. Hi'nmni), Miss Tiii'kmo.vii, Mn this line from to move It will be remembered that his liason has an endowment of $15,000,000 and it ginning Louisville over other points. Nor- W. F. MiCi.aky. Committee. -H.46.4-RUPLEY,and with the wife of Capt. Shea caused the is announced that even that maguiticent folk to recently pd Our local Irish wit was get a divorce, which was fund has is to be great! v increased. Captain to An ineendiHry tire at Washington, Irishmatf." Ho granted after a trial, which brought out) and ill Iud., destroyed tho The enrollment of Indian pupils for dressed as a immediately letorted: "If my head whs the words. I.08H nwum.uuiia uuuiit'. tiio year just eniieu was 1, Jini, an in- uiuvu eviuuiiuu ui $ir',000. Parnell afterwards married Mrs. Shea crease over the preceding year of 1,51!). as large as your feet I'd cut it oil' Hitd and the doubly widowed is free to ex The commissioner thinks that education throw it away." 100U very Q I''1k'11 off Ono of tho accused Pulaski parties TVDCTjO. from now tillmv county clic3, I J I I court nel A ert her wiles on some other man. is the only solution of the Indian probIs Receiving His , conmt boarded the train hero several days ily. Ihey Drag of No l'UvrK.and J. W'lieel a lot nf lem. Scrapcrt, 3 S.raier, since for Missouri. On arrival at his drill piC. thovcls U, J It lit an, Contrai-- j Thk last Legislature, through courtesv The Greenlee nnd Forest well on x to the member from Crittenden county, tho Mevy farm ut McDonald, Pn., is the destinatio" he was intercepted by a tor, Munford. law especially wonder of the world. It is now llowing message ii 0111 Somerset and; is now in passed a whipping-pos- t Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. I for that county, and last week it had its GOO barrels an hour, or 1 barrels per jail awaiting requisition papers from Give iiim a call. A couple of negroes day. It is tho gieatest oil pioducer ever Kentucky. iirst application. ISuilcHiig L,ols Four men, whoso names we have were given the lash on their naked hacks known. In ihe corporate lunlti o Rowland for stealing chickens and the local paper Dr. S. M. Letcher, of Richmond, a not ascertained, wero tried iu Squire y court, in the Glade precinct, Monhays tho result was most satisfactory. brother of Mrs ' T 6 It t DAUST. Rowland lid ..I.A1 h AU XA.VUKR'S 1101 I.I.,' The negroes aro not likely to steal any night rom the eirects ot a tall. Ho day, on tlie cliarco ol tiorso more, leastwise if they do they aro de- was a grandson of Justice They were held over 111 the sum of $230 termined not to get caught. of each. 15eingunable to give bond, they Robertson and a THOROUGHLYwere brought hero and jailed. Letcher. Sr.NAToiHj.uu.i8i.K has laid us iv rarmo. tii Acr Mr. Michael Rower, whoso death ituaUil Thieving Teller Ritter, of tho Fi rst Dnv. mile norlhel blanliril, iV.,tm the for public documents, Danville pike. Will lake pliwrt- in showing tr Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green 0 was mentioned iu your last issue, ownnd National Hank of Kvimsville, got Streets, opposite Court-Hoany one wUhing to piirchaie Apply ts the able report of Undo Jerry se. iu money and now gets 0 years in a small farm in Ohio on which oil wells J. IIKirillT. i.UUIbVILUv, KY. Kusk, Secretary of Agriculture. It is tho penitentiary. They seem to order aro in operation by an oil company. Mr. profusely illustrated and, charmingly en- this thing everywhere better than in Rower's income from the lease has been A. W. Joe5, J, J, SuHK,,,, J. ,.. PUBLIC SAIJG tertaining, nnd will make good reading Kentucky. Times. for'a long time paying him from $io to OK- for these long winter nights for those The Phillipsburg, li., bank closed (!0 per day, or more than i per hour. who like that kind of literature, of its doors, announcing its suspension on The cigarette smokers of this place LAITD, STOCK, CROP AND whom wo regret to say we are not which. account of tho continuous demand of were in soio distress hero a few days PERSONALTY. Uncle Jerry can't tell us anything about depositors for their money. Frequent ago when it was discovered o morning wiu. o farming. failures have shaken confidence in all that the supply was entirely exhausted Oct. 15, 1891. aud not 0110 could ho found in the place. The above is a cut of Dicks Pat lni'iy county court lias or banks in that section. Tho earnings for tho liscal year for Messages wero wirod to neighboring OfTcr to the hijhest bidder Ihe fulbming pros-e- rt dered n vote to be taken 011 a sub&ciip-tiocut Feed Cutter, the best cutter acre the C. ifc O. were $S,1L'7,111.01 gross and towns to rush forward enough to save Mntl inMy harm containing 1317 mile from bl.n of 5100,000 to tho Kentucky MidI.luioln Lounty, Ky , for all purposes on the market. net. Tho number of pas- the slaves to the fool killers. loni ana ih mnei Irom all will land, tho constitution to tho contrary i.t In new ' Owing tolthoremarkablyhinalldeath 10011.S nra but to acres Aand out hou.e uiih an7 Call and examine. I also have finely fmilted imiilc Theie l notwithstanding. Judge Lindsay, pres- - sengers carried during the year were f selected varieties from earas against .1,470,1142 the previous rate hIiowii by tho census enumerators abundance of fruitJpiietnif. There ample Malil.. nut u .,.. ...... w...-the l.lant nt t)n r.iilrn.'Hi., :ini! tlio .... Inu--.. ly June jpple to . ...v JUCMV v it room lor loor u huraei, thcrebring it lov stall ce,lt- - ' of this county, their reports wero returnyer in the State, says he is going to make 'cnr' an lncr? ase of " ner and all necestiry shows tho C. & (). to ed fioin the census department with inI will alt ell (he crop and duck cmiMitins of it a test case in tho courts, confident of lU,,t InK'8 reportcondition. the structions for a more searching inqiiiry 30 stack av'oodofliav, ijo barreU of corn be iu a nourishing field and lot ilmcr hay in the lurn, uppotl his ability to win. Nearly 100,000 people witnessed the by the enmerators. Tho department al- to be a or jsi.kIi AIoj work miuw all Round, ? l'ood f.imilv And the linrsr.. nl. , d OwiKa to tho continued aud increased unveiling of tho bronze monument of so expressed surprise at the small num- good brood raan- 4 years old, uric with a line colt foal to ientr'. good demand on its columns by tho advertis- Gen. Grant in Lincoln Park, Chicago. ber or. the list and intimated that care- and in Jt (,'oocl hos, ximr Gambetta, apigs; a milk sows ami new u good thing, tho Dan- The ceremonies were elaborate. Tho lessness had been fdiowu. Rut after a lot of farming utniil, also new lot ol uatfou and OLZVBLR ers, who know plows:ir ami various article useful and needed ville Advocate! has increased its suo to oration of the day was delivered by thorougn examination nnd careful in nn n farm. Terms. of J10 cash Itsiproprietors evidently Judge Walter (J. Greshem. The statue quiry, hut ono more death could be ilia $10 a credit All sumsgiven until in hand, and over Car of Kanawha Salt just received. an will be itt Jan. without the have a gold mine aud wo are glad to see is tho largest and most artistic equestri- covered over the uumbor already report interest. inTerms onyears land, in hand and Ihe and a with intcrett from date ed. Rockcastle claims tho distinction of ' balance an casting ever made in America. this further evidence of it. W I.. KEEO. ' 55 "" . Semi-Weekly Interior Journal JUST RECEIVED. W. WALTON. FULL STOGK GENERAL MER6HAND1SS x, Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets: Hardware and Boots, .flats and Men's aud Boys' Clothing, sware. t; vice-pre- si W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. DOCTOR rati p &W TAYLORS L.LI madoS-JSutth- tax-paye- rs. ml a short-hand- SD.-12- CWJLBt RE . MALARIAL -- Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, Ft For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Pickles, Preserves and Jams; Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, 1 i- I ... i NEW GOODS. -- 1 I FALL AND WINTER GOODS ... ..... z I i - , pool-roo- -- Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, j pro-tim- 1 Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Ten' ant! Boys' Hals, Neckwear, I - couvh-lehcin- g. M'HOBERTS & HXGGIKTS. "big-heade- court-hous- e , 1 I I i 1 (n-i- For Sal Springs IMiHhtA Summer u Goods I Twenty Kl-de- 0"-iB- nn-du- stt-ahn- g THE WIULABB 9 MtaHJCteK!' Ma"ar- ex-Ch- ief grand-nephe- ex-Go- v. Good Farm 1',- -. For 3alo. - under-obligatio- ns ing RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Kates $2.so Per 73,-00- w 1 Dicks Patent Feed Cutter Thursday, n hlue-Kr- a( 4 iK Si) -. I , I I "' , gi 111 Urn v ' Studebaker Wagon ear-ol- - "v, PLOW, with Genuine Extras i- -j 1 J. IB. FOSTER,. ; 5 - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ky., OcroiiKit U, STANront), 1B91 B.O.WAt,TON,Bus.ManaRor MEANS Mn. J. P. Cnow, of the firm of Crow & Co., McKinney, tolls us that he will DiiiCfiacsrut oml nuatly inntlu at Mrs. begin soon the erection of a lino brick Philips', on Danville Av. Btore-hous- e in the place of the one Wantkh. A jjooil farm hatul; miiBt burned and will furnish it with tlio finest fixtures ever brought to this seccuiuo well ri'roiiHiicndetl. .1. 15. Bruce. Heed Xi:v timothy nt J. 11. Koater'u. 1 Will tell you And at Lower Prices m tion. BUSINESS. Yont account is now ready, lMcnse call and Hcltlo. A. II. 1'onuy. llAVcyour watfli, clock and jowclry repaired at A. It. Penny1). All work warranted. , llkMh.Miir.it olio nt A. It. l'enny'fl. Knoiuvinu bountifully and artistically riiin, Ac, bought nt thntall Hilverwnrc. watt-lion- A maiik belonging to Mr. K. B. Benz-le- with mo for my recent losa by lire and I PERSONAL POINTS. while hitclied in front of J. It. Pos- take pleasure in recommending his comter's store got tangled up in .iplowbtaud-in- pany to tho-i- thinking of insuring. .7. Tom Fbihhu. hrtsoHfjaswUii 1usiiin8 near by anil had two of her legs so P.Ciow. at Paris. badly cut that she will probably be unfit My fall and winter stock i now comMis' Mattii: Titiwiu.ii in back from far use hereafter. -Christian county. plete and embraces ihe noveltius of both .Mit. and .Mi. U.S. Witiiuiib went to A (tool) tin shop is one of the urgent tlio Oinciniiftti and Louisville markets, .ultiillo TiU'hdny. demands of this to nu mid a good in an and I cordially invite tlio ladies of Stante Mas. U. II. Cooi'Kit is visiting bar could make it jwy. There is a great ford and vicinity to call and inspect the at liuutouville. deal more work than the shop wo have most elegant line ever brought to Stan" Mits. Luu Shank loft yeturday to vis- can do, at least much more than it does. ford. Mi8 Annie Wray. it friondn in Lexington. Mu. Ben Smith, who was bo fearfully W. V.. Pkiiki.ns, the cutorprUIuc Crab KniToit K. B. Smith, of .Mt. Voriion, Orchard morchant, is so well uMtislled beaten up in Ids watermelon patch, pome was in to bco uh ycstniay. has recovered Hiilllciently to .Mil. T. .S Wbiih, of Boonevllle, N. Y., with the rofatilt of his three months' ad- time aio. go to Lexington with his brother, who vertising last spring that lie has engaged fs visiting .Mind llolon Saulley. is a prominent citizHi of that place. Mk. J. A. Hamjiosd", our wMcnwaku f.pncc in tlio 1. J. aain. He has just reThe old gentleman's mind is in a fearful ceived his fall and winter stock, which Hubble rejvorter, whh here yiaterday. state and bis brother will send him to a went to Louis-vill- he oilers at a very small margin. Mis An.mk Batoiimas private asylum. Mr. Smith claims that Wednehday to ppuud a few days. Tut: reception given by Misses Annie a respectable darkey who lived in the Miw. Kh.kn MrKoiiHiiTH wont to Iou and Mary Alcorn to quite a number o f Hubble vicinity years ago, did the dasisvdle Tuesday to visit the family of their friends proved a most delightful tardly deed, but his friends believe occasion. Thu dance was engaged in. a nothing of the sort, and an thu old neur o Judge Muir. Mimw.S.i.i.u: am Mattii: Km. in, of Hplundid lunch was eujoyud and thu has not been seen for years hi assertion nneaster, wore over yosterdny on a Mlttbos Alcorn, as usual, evinced thu fact is crudited to thu bad condition of his blioppini: tour. that they are charming liostepsea. mind. Lexington (iiso. B Wkaiikv went to Tim: I. iV: N. has suffered two bad J mm: Moituow evidently did not agree yesteniay, wliere lie will likely enter V. with the jury in its verdict of two years wrecks on this divifion this weuk, apIf. Nil Hli's biiBinuM college. George Bridgmau, parently from the urosa carelessness of iMiph Annii; W'kw returned from against the negro, At Pittehuru Monday niht,;a IjjuIhv.IIo and Cineinnuti Wednesday, who was chargod with cultiuc Hugh linemen. tail end collifion between an extra and of this county, as the Advocate wbero she bought dead loads of millin- ltatns, and freight - mashed up an engiuo and says he grunted him a new trial and er v. sphnturud 10 cars. It is said that the him on his own rccoiui.ai.cc. John C. McKkk, of London, was .Mil. flagman, whose duty it was to go back cl,o.tMi very illti.strioim gtiinil marshul Tin: local holders in President 3f telegraph poles, only went 11 ami liy the Maiionlc Cotitidl at Louisville It. W. Hocker's Metropolitan National at then sat down to play a game of cards. this week. Kansas City ar smiling over thu receipt At Knob Lick, TueEilay inornimr, the Mk. A. It. Pknm in repranting the of checks for a tiai tei ly dividend of 1 f liret section of 11 bioke in two wiiilu asChapter and Mr. H. J. D.irt the Blue capital Mock is $730,000, cending the hill from Hanging Fork and Lodge uf Maiflns here at the grand per cunt. The iu deposits Ji2,-U;- i 20, surplus the rear end was stopped witii thu cameetings in (.ouUville this week. 71 and its loans and difcounUi ?1,0J7, boose standing on Knob Lick bridge. A Mkh. P. T. CoriiTH, our oxcellont WW.ii.. IliiguiRii sent back only went nine teledavM in IOtiis-vill.. i,Hnt a few 1 1 am.nu bought W. 11. Brady's graph poles, which was too short a disloaving she swore in Joe Before out Seu'rance, Jr., to nwist Miss Killo War- stock of groceries and confectioneries, 1 tance for Kngmeer Mike Coyle, of thu intend to continue thu business at his second section, to Mop as he had on a full ren in the post'Otllce. Mil K C. Gaisim, cmr lagan's Creek old stand and ask a share of thu public head of steam to climb thu hill. Thu Will add considerably to result was that his engine crushed into will leave Monday for Washing- patronage. is proba- thu stock bought, which will make my the caboose, knocking it and three empton and a tour of the K.vL It ble that he is going for the purpose of store completu iu every particular. J. ty cure to pieces, but fortunately they did not leave the track till oh" the bridge. getting a position on thu Now York K. Nevius. Mr. Coyle jumped and striking the World. Thu attention of the ladies is called to abutment of the bridge fell down to thu Bin Knolhman, who bus been conof Mrs. Frank Matthews, who bed of the creek, injuring his back connected with the grocery house of J. B. the card has established u purchasing agency at siderably. The wreck was cleared by 1 oster for a number of years, and who Mrs. Matthews was Mies Sis a little after noon and the dolay in thu Chicago. filled thu position very acceptably, lias Hicks, formerly of this place, and is passenger trains wiw not ureat. has engaged with IVnrhon it Clark, of n taste and judgment, Lexington. Jack Bout will succeed him lady of Tiik couit of claims, after a session of and thcMc w ho patronize her can do so y, g e pa-reno 1 post-iiiasUe. well-know- be enpraved freo of charge. A. H. Pcnny'ri will evening. Jim Citow, colored, was given C dayB The excursion train to the Lebanon in jail for drunkenness and disorderly trots from Lancaster passed through conduct by Judge Barnott, at Bowland, both mornings without a passenger. ToTuesday. . . day is the Inst, when it is hoped it will Tub members of the "M. P. 0." Soci- liavo better luck. Capt. Pat Gallager ety, composed of n uunibet of the and Phil Soden are in charge of the younger little missus of the Female Col- train. lege, will give a masquerade lull at the Skttlkh Puomitlv. Mr. A. K. Mur-rhome of Miss Kdua Courts on Saturday Insurance State agnt of the Phu-iii. . that you can G- eu - y, ,.. Company, hat settled very satisfactorily Every thing you want if A rffrrJ f3 IKS' than anyjfolace' w in thi o - Country at the Gil 'RX The Jl IV.d Yi'-'T- OUi o -IbTID -A- eachciistomer who buys $20' s worth of goods from us one Fine Hocking Chair It is not necessary to buy all these goods at ihe same time. Gome in and get your book and we will keep account of your purchases. EG-C3-- S ore J Bought at the highest market vrice. Main Street, Stanford, Ey, FE.A.TS:SK,S IlHM(trXKr JlJiS AND A. I'EBANSKY, Proprietor. MANES AIM) GAISKIEX Managers. 9T: AM 111 Semi-Portable STEEL BOILEHS, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All Stationary, power. sizes up to Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. 26-hor- Hp?3k) 5l -- Write for Tn-- Illimruted Pamplcls and jour vanl to ffll mt 4: ttPn!Apft i5 THE JAMES LEFFEL & CO., I V SI'RINGVIKl D. OHIO lir.AtKi.irr of Iijuarteis with mono-grain- o was lost iu Stanford Monday night. Finder please leave at ,'thU of flee. W- - B. IVIcROBERTS, Supplies, ii bete. three days, adjourned Wednesday at noon. Tho amount of claims allowed is The hop Tuesday evening, although in round numbers $10,000, which is Nbw line of lam its ul Karris A: liar- - not well attended on account of the inless tliBii last year. A good deal of din's. clement weather, was a very enjoyable the reduction is from road claims. In Ski: our new lino of sacking tlannelK. one. Unfortunately for the young la- 1MK) they were iJlOO; this year of the to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r dies, the boys were in tlio minority, S,'.VM claimed, only SMI were allowed. Severance it Son. of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. MMiiething almost unprecedented in the Tho claim of A M. Feland for lawyer of wit just received. hissory of hops here,aud the young men of N'KW ADVEirnSEMKVH. Fhksii and other fees in his suit against White Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, B. K. A W. H. Wearen. course felt their importance. Tlio Dan- and others and additional damages of day and flight. ville band furnished thu music, which SoOO wns rejected by n umiuiiiious vote. MRS. Comk and see our now cloaks jui--t was fairly good. On motion of Sipiiro T. M. l'enninuton opened. Severance HSon. - PURCHASING JAOENT , Owing to thu alleged unhealthfulness all paupers not placed on the list of cheap, at Nuw La Mrs. handsome and this term weru dropped, and Chicago, : : : : Illinois . of thu county judge's room, which is A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. Wenlworth Ave. S7 Plymouth IVeo or 55 close by the jail, a change is to be made 20wt'ru allowed from $2 to $i u month. e was resell the The ortler to Citmmiuioii t ier ent Remit liv SiniiKkSkwinu Maiiiinks, oil and at- in thu arrangement of the first floor of Headquarters For by York Kxchange Tlio county court considered and continued till January. Order, Postal Note, New lor bargain in allor the all kinds at P. Hampton's line tachments, h.pret uppcirtiitutivs Wo 4r i tr r room is to be moved to the ollico bide There were three applicants for keeper ol goo.N unsnrpi't.eJ i g b t, 1QQ Mrs. Sue Holmes on Karp is making a beauti- and made larger by knocking out the of the V Ukmkmiikii KJ SJ$ picture at $- - per partition dividing the county judge's of- a bid of $00 for adults and $:$( for chilful diamond-shapedozen. fice from the commissioner's and the two dren ot all the votes but two, which to an oriler of the Lincoln Court of were cast for L. K. Wells, whoso bid was It was'-J- years ago yesterday since oiliccsaro to he made out of the county fix) and $'.Vt respectively. Joshua Wil- Claims, the uiiilciMj'li'l .ommiltce will . Thu entire cost of thu the famous battle of Peiryville wmh 1891, didn't son, whose bid was ?3t and fought. cliangu will bu less than $f0. . gat a vote. The pretty widow, with Receive sealed Mils Irom phskhns to do the I HAKiIotof binder twine suitable "Wm. Welsh, through his attorneys, black eyes, can beat any of them, no pauper - tue and fnrnUh the mci)icin for the year, county for ceral preiiiict ' for tying fodder shocks which I will sell Miller A Uwsley, have instituted suit matter what her bid is. Drs. W. M. the allowance nut of Lincoln the followingone amounts: to exceed Joe Severance, Jr. cheap. . against John S. Hughes and Dr. J. F. Doores and J. D. l'ettus bid S75 ami $!)() $" Stanford Precinct . .. 1 urtiertwlle " MM pracrespectively to do tho S. Jones' this Peyton for $5,000, the amount they lo OO Takk your eggs to J. Uust nville " to pay him for land ami water tice and Dr. Doores was IOO OS An Cr.il. Orchard " week and get Hi cents per do.en. Cash . " 7 Highland failorder to advertise for bids for the pauIOO OO Waynt bnrs " Bargain Store, opposite, the Portiimn privileges and $,000 damaged for JO 00 Walnut r'tat " ure to build the water works. Tlio town per practice, as last year, which plan House. S 00 Hubble is yet to be heard from on tlio damage lias resulted in much saving to tho 1 V YVV j W Ci NieiKu will on Mondav next lUebtiun, but it will likely come to thu ... n. CUUl'fcH, Committee county, was nude and the advertisement apply lor license to soil liquors at front iu due season. Perhaps wu cm get appears iu this Messrs. 1'axton, ", A protest, we understand, will enough damages to build thu works amr zazizftss. liailey and Smiley weru appointed to FARM FOR. SALE. bo presented. without the aid of a contractor. Dealerlu. of tho Huston-villlook after the condition n old b'ftirt', ll at public se, if not I will tfc Codey's Mill turnpike, and lix-to1L our llnu of ladies ' V UCJtrfk. Don't fail to see iS!iai4 T" Tin. grand jury at Somerset is the irtt ES3iilt3 October IO, 1891, rW. Adams, Smiley, Dawson and Hiiley wishes' and children's cloaks. They are that Judge Morrow liaa had empanelled WATCHES, BKB ASD second to none in style, quality and since the new constitution reduced thu to receive or reject the new Stanford te land, o"ne mile hi lo- th hlanli-r.. Lani. .te' Logan's kCreek pike. W. M. Uright, iiimpikpbniUe, Wrown a the Henry Hctcrirn price, ftoyerancc iv auiw number to 12. In his charge thu juduo in nnou rofiis Tho lUPIIinj ..I whose report showed $13o.t)S in the I'l hori isa new liarn.KJod ami line irehard, and will, S"Repairing neatly and promptGood frame house of fou impressed noon thu jury the importance treasury, was nrt-vl- a feiiiinc mi the r!ve treasurer. Drs. alis. lialan e ill I and thlid 1(s-i- W ly done. atUiohud. Con- of investigating fully the bhenir's rooms with half aero lot Kohl andO. II. Mcltoberts offered e.r ruriluer hsiriMiete lo t w a'iyr.. and the mob that hanged thu al llugh tln ill. Stanford. Cistern veniently located in do the iail practice and furnish tho hr mt nRtwn Ian . leged assassins, saying that iu tlio eyes to l'.eks ' U I HI SH, id and necessary outbuildings. Apply to medicines at $30 and S(0 respectively Agent forM I'ejtan I will take old gold or silver in exchange tor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) law they are murderers. The secof tho W. A. Tribble. KIdor J. I). Keid was ond trial of young Doolin and Cope, for and at J. N. MEKEFEE A. C SINE Attkntion is directed to thu adver- killing Will Watson at a S. S. picnic was Long was again chosen to preach W . the K. a year. Judge at of the old reliable nursery iu progress at last accounts.tisement . Varnon asked for an additional allow houfio of H. F. Hillenineyer, Lexington. ? Kwinu Didn't Widkn It. Tho Mad- - unco of SUM and it was granted, which you need any He will treat you right if isonvillo Hustler says: The report as raises his salary to StJOO. County Super- - , thing in hii line. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. published by Tho Hustler last week that intendent W. K. McClary was also alFRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TiiuC. S. will ruu excursion trains the ecreen at thu Providence coal mines lowed an iuldition.il $10), which puts bu SASH, UTMBER, to the from Somerset and Cincinnati had been widened, is false. Tho cause salary and expenses to JOOO. County j DOORS, 17, each arriving Lexington trots, -' to of the strike by thu white miners was for Attorney J. H. l'.ixtou did not ask or ex-- 1 SIEING, U a. m. and leaving want of a standard screen, w hich the pect it, but while its hand was in the KLINWS, SHINGLES, at Lexington at evening- and Stairwork at city prices. Verandah about 7 in the mines had never had, and not because court allowed him in increase in salary OF ALL KINDS. srVllAOUS. (lUAPE SMAIl tKlIT-- , season is the screen had been tampered with by from $000 to $700. The judge and attor-- ' ATTENTio7TlrNTi:uH.-T- he l niumU,itm1iiiii: ifually fonnU In v mu mock. to Mr. Hayden. Instead of tho bars of tho ney were appointed a committeo to have t'M.iitliMimt'm. s ll We carry a full stock of everything found in a now at bund. 1 am now prepared I'm-- . jw. W t tmy no application everything jou need screen being 1 inches apart, a.a it is in a bill passed by the next legislatuie to on lKMTlptUe cnUitKiios f.irni.1. vmi with loaded Bliella, ahell tho standard, they nro lj inches apart. permit the county to levy an for buntliig-gm- iH, ' Tho matter has, however, been amaca-bl- y tar of 5Jconta and u poll tax of 30 cents, H1LLENMEYER, H. F. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract and cartridge bags, fihot, powder and adjusted and the miners have gone when necessary. This completed the LEXINGTON, KY. SINE & MENEFEE, btanioru, Ky. 'or building. caps, Ac. My prices are right. W.H. business and thocourt adjourned. to work. McRoberta. with absolute confidence. CITY AND VICINITY. Tjik Court of Claims at its session in allowed T. M. White and otliein $S."0 for attorney and other expenses in defendiug a damagesuit brought i by A. M. Feland against them for trespass in making a road through his property, which they thought they were doing by order of the county court. Wednesday, Hfter the present court of claims refused in tlio premises, Mr . to allow hia Feland, through his attorneys, Miller & Owsley, biought a suit in tiia circuit court to enjoin the sherilf from p iving over the money to the dxi'ii lints , White and others. The suit has crea11 ted much interest and its o iui u i bo closely watched . 181)0 i Complete Line of School Books, School Newest Styles in Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and Weal's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- a ' verware, Watches, Clocks car-lo- ad FMSK mmEES. - at ! poor-hous- B.K.&W.H. WEAREN UV I'o.t-OtU- Court-hous- m m poor-hous- d To Physicians. . . Piir-ua- nt i Heating Stoves cjurt-room- S-'- D, Until October r6tli, r- Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, cou-trade- d poor-hou- se Stovepipe. MM, 1 1 May-woo- d. 1 J5S5M E0BT. ,":E1TSEL, e n, Saturday, e - Illf''3 'pl - assass-inatio- n v.a-.- t- I All Work Warranted. Fine Watch cs a Specialty. - poor-hous- e $-'- .") ( I Nurseries Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, 111 1 BLUECRASS ( I 1 A FXRST C3U&.SS 3CXJMBER 3TI1HD. . " Kr "?& ;. ffF BWW i ' Bucklen's Arnica Salve SPARKS AND FLASHES. Thkrb nrc snVd to bo throo dlatirf The best salt e in the world for cuts, bruises puisliod confederate oflicers cmplojrod Ax invalid's chair goes by electricity. ores, ulcers, salt rlioum, fever sores, tetter, chapin wnr tveords ofllcc in Washingall skit, trup ped Publlshod Evory Tuesday and Fr day ton,the Kt.ncrmc light or power is now used tionshands, chilblains, corns and no payrequtr-ed- . Lot 011 Main Street in Stanford (Sons. Maury, Marcus Wright r.nd and positively cures piles, or We ill deliver Ice each ironilng at (olluw, in nearly forty mines, and with such acres. Containing It is Kiiaranlecd to give perfect satisfaction, AT Uoorgo Field. Price 5 cents per box, success that a rapid extension of elec- or money refunded T R WALTON, Stanford. Under 50 Pounds 1 conts, over prins easy. Kor sale by A R. Penny. Stmtlord, Ky. Tun opening of Gorman and Danish tric mining is anticipated. 50 and under 100 1 cent, over I.vn; developments in not so paid $2.50 wiR :e charged. markets to American hog products lins Happy Hooalora. 100 ?3 of a cent. indicate that it may bo possible LIME AND BRICK. caused an advance of AO conts a Imrtol Wm. Timmons, ;otmater ot ldavillc, Indiana, l.lectric Hitter has done moro for Ba pork; at least, such is the statement to tko photographs of Views located write in K. C LOCAL TIME CARD. M. F. ELK IN & CO., lkan all other medicines combined, for that hod many miles from the camera. of Dun's commercial agency. will dclltcr I.im- at 15 Cents a Ilushel In fcHinc arlstnr from kidlie and Inir trouble.'1 Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning Train Raves Tiik work of telegraph building in John LesHe, Urmer and slockinsn, of same p4nc, Maiifurd anil the nei(hbrliid the best kid. 10 Kleitric lit 5:20 p.m. ays' I will also l.al South Africa is pushed far nhoiul of ne and"Find moduine, Hitters m befed like anew ! tarsal Lrali .Orthard, llrick Ky. made A "social homo for men" is a new liver railroad enterprise. Sa vngo A f rien will man-- J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same at 75 cent a hundred (iip me a chum r. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. philanthropic scheme in London. Men thus be joined thing for RH) kllfl.l.KR. tnl. Diehard. tmvn.saja i6in with civilization by elec- a man who Is "Kltctric Bitter. iiutt the whethall run don and don't care la 39 pm who do nothing toward making their JTail'run going North tric wire. soutn he lives or dies; he found new licnth, cowd er t34Pa own homes social for themselves or Co. new lea m felt Express train " South 13am iiik electrostatic resistance of the appetite and jc a Just likeat heA.had aPenny's drut THE SHELTON HOUSE, K. ' North bottle life Only 147 am their families will bo in favor of it OF STANFORD, KV., Atlantic cable reduces tho speed of the store ..650 am Local Freight North South. 5wpin electric current more than TWADDLE, Proprietor. D. A. Is now fully organised and ready lor business with The latter trains also carry passengers. Thk latest estimates of the wheat requiring three seconds for it to travel La Orlppo Again. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar crop put it at fully COO. 000,000 bushels, to Europe. During the epidemic of Iji Grippe last settMii - time is about o minutes faster - - 5200,000. Dr. Kiiik's New Discotery for ConsumRtum. which is nearly 00.000,000 bushels in be th best temdy. It is proposed to build nn electrio Courtis and Colds, urnved to It confirm ths state- First-la- ss accummodatloas at rwlxinable rates. Paid up Capital -of excess of the largest previous yield, railway from Pasadena, Krperta from many who used Surplus, . 15,000. but which was that of 1SSL 5l!,7uo,000 summit of Mount Wilson, Cal., to the ment lh(v wero net only iimtkly relseved, you Open day and niht. hamplu room and Kod livery on which is to the disua'f left no bad alter rculiv We ask connection. SUCCRSSOR MTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL bushels. nuantntee that bo erected the largest telescope in the to give thi remedy a trial ani HANK OK STANFORD, h will bo satisfied with ritnlu, or tho parchase ..NOriCRTOlllK.. equal in !. Tiik sMuty. of the passage of Wolf's world. If carried out this will bring price ill be ret unded It lias no l.ut- trtuihle and (Now cleaiug up) with the mre assets and under Urippe, er any Thioat, comet through tho Pleiades has been me new observatory within the reach Trial buttles tree at A Chmt or Drug Mure tho same management. K. l'oony' bowei complaints lly prnvUions of Its chatter, tloitiiirs are ai Largo bottle. 5. ami $1 interesting. Stars lying beyond tho of tourists. fully protected at ai depositors in National PUBLIC. iii1"' " '''ebotdtisbeink' held Individually comet wero quite plainly visible and prevented QUEER THINGS IN COURT. liable to the extent ol the aosoHUluf their sto k Mllos' Nervo and Liver Pilla through the tall of the comet, showing tneresst at the par value lheie.il, in addittcn to the by prompt Accoism.no to a Xcw York appellate Acton a nw principle teenloliissT tile Hr. the absence of solid matter in tho asaooMt invested In stub It stwnach and Isawe4t tliruMich the norvra. Anew aitas have opened In tasiection with w Hotel, tbt decolor, administrator, I shares. Av., mayfully as court a man's note made payable "si.xtv discoverr Or Miles' Tills sHdtlr coro bilious, rustic, comet. of ao individual days after death" is good ugainst the Mas Im1 tnste, tcind liver, pUes, cMtnitiosi. To those who entrusted their Hultlness to us tstalleat. Cneqvaitd for mcH, wtHMcss. ihilslron. An American machine which will maker's estate. nhile mnajcini; tho Lincoln National lUnk ol miblest, surest Hftv doses 15 eentt. Sasnplea Stanford, wiveinr tender wi many thanks and I.N a .Minneapolis police court recently successfully work out the fiber of sisal trust they will continue to trammel tboir buiions A from tho plant has produced a boom in a man who was arraignod on n charge with us, otferlou osacuaniMlre for sttHinpt They to sasso, fr twenty years' DifMimie in that industry never realized with the of vagrancy was represented bv a crim First-Clas- s bankms and as HbsiislaeonnmmUtiiHis as are the liver, English machines heretofore used. The inal lawyer whom he had rotalned and with sound bonkisig. new machine does not cut the liber, and paid to defend him. Ami orTer the scivices of it to the public. Ilrand MKBCTOM Whn Tlabjr was f lek, wo rate her CasterU. issw ehlclr ani treih blooded hot make Hsy the product leaves the material ready i .ma..-- usmng ni jersey, i.ng., was Wliea lio was stable ompare h.Ui J.J. Will asms, Mt. Vemost; and greatly a Child, alio cried for Cnateria. for the market. caught by the rising tide, and a boat J. M Mall, SUMstswd; Miss, alio clung to CaMorf.v Tho Bo3t in tho Country. had to bo put out to rescue him. Tho When sh? SstMford: J. S. (lite me a call. . S J. Kmbry, Ssnnferdtl Tiik Grand Kails of Labrador, lately next day tho magistrate sentenced him When slio had Clill na, tho cavo thetu Castorla. 1' Pwpnetor. discovered, has a perpendicular fall of to eight days' hard labor "for the J K L) sin, St lord; AL I1URNS. Manrr. A. W. CrMr. Mlsnrd Seville; two hundred feet, with rapids eight trouble he had caused." Lowell, itfass. J. K lUMsxnman, HtHtwiWIle; A maoisti'.ati: in Horncastle, Kng., hundred feet long, and tho gorge below J V. Cnak. Seaotord j is twenty miles long and five hundred sentenced a man under the vagrancy WUhnm Oooch, SMnfurd, Ky feet deep. The height of the falls of laws to seven days' imprisonment for R. A. S. S. 11. Shanks, I'tWdent. Ningara is about one hundred and fifty having slept in a stable. It was shown MANKORI), KY . J. IL Owky, Cashier Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, subfeet on the Canadian side and one hun- that he had slept there by permission Is a to SURGEON DENTIST. W. M. Hrteht, Teller ject the aitiun ol the DrmuirjlR pirt. ai.ty-fou- r on the American of the owner, but tho justlco said there Office on Main street, over W. E McKobem' dred and JOS32PH COaFlSY, J II Hanfthmtn, Osnoral Rons Keeper Drug Store, Stanford. side. was nothing in the vagrancy act about N. permission and to jail the man went. This Hotel, and reluini.hi'd. is imiw immigrants Tuk I 4 caadidate for t as Sheriff. I intend R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. any of only countries of from Europe to tn the South America THE RICH MAN AND HEAVEN. in the action of the dpmocrac) Klrelioo Nov in my charge nd IU hiuh tn cendu.n,t it so as'!d txit to not onis maintain rcpuuti lwi. Juiwinnii-tiowho seem to be satisfied to stay there to its lonp Hit 01 (nemJ Special Newp. it Nevis .V Mi'tit. pi Va 'ey C , "K D. DENTIST. for cotnoiercial travelers and Hue looms for Oxi: of tho poorest men to be found are the Germans who haM) settled in SIh1 'rstiouiei I rams to thedlsptoy ef sumplps. Office on Main strept, opposite Portman House, A large proportion of the trad- anywhere is tho rich man who never Rluc-Grus- s Wf.6hIngton, Phllaclofphla upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless Urazil. ers and mechanics in tho Brazilian gives. extracting. A First-Clas- s Saloon Baltimore, Now York, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Tin; man who docs no good with his cities are Germans and the number of t. And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attarhed. All pmnis I att Jim S.utl Only un uiRht out Irom I einKtin, them there is steadily increasing. money will not get very much good out One hundred and scvpnty-et- f hi and JOSLI'H COI'rkV o4 mlilvatsoA acres of ftomt Vxod, In a hub state Corrected 1 isne Card in l.rfect May i. i.(t Within the present year IJrazil has re- of t himself. Dr. two cabins and A Urgo, (idendid ceived about 10,000 German immiWill aell chaup. Ir tho heathen are never saved it will other ouibouaw. ttstw barn, iruod JCttsst Jliiuml. HOUSE, Ksst Mail leaves Leilotoo daily al Tic am PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, grants. Tkb) laad lies mile from Uustonville. Ky. be the fnult of church memS. f. STACK, STANFORD, KY. ,. Winehoater S , Mt StorOatr Olive Hill bers, and not tho fault of God. F. B. ILEy,.Proprlotor, Stanford, Ky Ashland u I, pm, Catltttsburg is si, arrtvlot; at I.ravkr, Gen. H. G. HastOffice In Odd Fellows' Ilmlding, up stairs Thkiik are people who give themHantlnfton is. ings and other Eastern capitalist, have selves to the Lord, Liialloil I'.sprrsvs !av. London, - - - Kentucky. pot, Wimhestee so7 pat alt UsUflon .lady at 11.11 Office hours. 7 to 8 a m , t to j p. m , 7 to 8 p. m hut thov on Stfliag73u, Olive it a company to manufacture n the money out of their pockets take all lornieu before have sanvett to say new Hotel and am bettei o I, Ashland m jn Cailellobuie to j, arriving al new fuel gas, the invention of James they do it, prepartd than ever ta accommodate the public Iluatinftun at n "7m DR. AY. B. It. Rose, of Allegheny City. V.y tho AiroJiasodalion, datlv. eicoft Sandar, lencs We offer for sale privately sno Acres nf .and 6 Cood Livery attacked and every convenience de- LesingtsMt at Tukrk are men who will s pen. tvin, hoMsr , ,,s Ml irr new process it is claimed that gas can get mito tttth el C. O oa the Somerset road, tl has sired. Kive me a call. ling 7 si. arriving al (Hive lllll stwsn down on their knoos in church, ami a dwelling and one store house asd bam 40 acrea 7r KRANK RILEV. be made for five cents per 1,000 feet and pray except Snoday, leaves Arcummodatbta.dntlv for God to bless tins whole earth, in timber. Good orchard and plenty ol water Ivinctira at u IQU, Winchester nn pm. Ml ua Crab Orchard. Ky. Office South side Main street, in office recently that iron can bo puddled for SI per ton. who wouldn t give a dollar pm Daily leave Olive I fill (. n am' Sterliua i toward Call en or address at IIAST1N At COI.L1KR. jojrn Andrew Carnegie has secured the right building vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Ashlaad I 4s ask, Cailmtsbnig 9 Oi. arrlvin Hunt fence around tho ohureh to . mgl 4t v '5 for tho process and is arranging to have keep the pigs out of tho graveyard. .Ht Hotlll.l placed In his various plants. Ham's Horn. m leaves II anilwgtsvn daily al 6 no am, Fast M. CRAIG, it DR. ( atteltil'Lt 0 ij, Ashbnd tt. OMvv Hill t j.i, Mt Wincboaler 11 0$ and arrives I.e. terlir -BITS FOR THE DENTIST. Homeopathic Physician, TmtKi: miles an hour is about the pm at is " A. average of the Gulf stream, though at Limned t prcs Uavss Hsmliactofl dsttvat 230 ., JV-- L - - - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, in Tin: manufacture of false tooth for IW spl j IWIV1 I A srtir.J7-.- f JlCufl ' run tMl. "teillmr w. AMatwt . riil. 11.1t certain places it attains a speed of fifty-fo- horses is a new land, near Milledceville, to rent industry in Paris with Ool l if J, WltKhostr4 J and arrives Office Hours: 10 to 13 a. in.; to 3 p ra.; 3 to thi Pall miles per hour; In tho Yucatan r. .c. l...l.. ..r kil.r.9ROIIINSON. Aritilr 9 p. m. to T.J channel, for instance, where it is n capital of 2,000,000 francs. Acoi.imoilaiion..lalhr . Office on Lancaster street, opposite 'P Snstslay. Uaves Uustonville, K. 5j.f (Oils, I .11,. m Mt. SterllNelj.Wlncht.ler Dkntistji have discovered tlia't tartar, ninety miles wide and 1,000 fathoms and arrives at Leslnetusi at 1 ac am. o 'irydatlou daily leaves llanUHgtim atft ,s deep, the current is not over tho fourth a calcareous deposit on the teeth. Is pin, t alleltsbuir. jj. Ashlaml ; in and arrives ai QAT PTiR Or 17 or RENT-- An excellent Farm of a mile an hour. In the straits of more abundant in persons of highly LTV fircly Improved, 105 acres, on 1 Hive Hill v jt P. Kvcepl Sunday leaves Mi pike, 3 miles from depot. Millrk & Omilsv. llcinini the current is so rapid as to nervous temperament than in any Merlins; ai I to pm, Winchester i 55 and arrives a Lesmgton al j pm give the surface of the water the ap- others. O.VK of tho mummies of the Kgyptian Dr.MU.ty I irrited Vestibnled Kvpress runv daily and s IVrvms are hereby fotbiddcn to fish in my lake, A 1 HC5T6Hntiv: neRvine pearance of being a sheet of fire. 3C'. X V r .3tfr mWffi XavT I Pullman cttibuicd lladet Mtrrpcrs between has kings is provided with a sot of upper a miles West of Wasnesburj, under the penalties prescribed for suih trespass $Mitltj rree Leiinctim, Wsshlnfton, Ne Ycrk and false teeth, tho plate being Old I'inni Comfort This irate Is nude pan ol the JAMKS McWHORTKR, Tick Yuma (Cal.) says that carved wood, closely fitted made of otemite, Ky celebrated 19.3111 to the at the mouth of the Colorado river and mouth, the teeth represented by brass V. V. V. the upper end of the Gulf,of California bosses or studs. Last of Iluntmcion on the C .V O. Route 02TI4T". k ' are to be found sea bass that weigh lavt Mail trains run daily ntcr-p-t Sunday 'e Onis of the strongest professional SJBT tweeu Lsvi.tftuii and Huntington. Make direct from M50 to 750 pounds eauh, clams as . nurchaunl the interest of tny former connsriion ai ItuMtnatoa with C. .V () ; at Ash trades unions in the United States is partner. Mr. V. R. Mrl'herson, I asV n lit.eral . . mm ' 11 lar&c ns an ordinary .dinner plate, millland wiih S. V R ; at Winchester with K C. R tho Dentists' Protective association. share of the patronage of the people of Rowland j R north and south hound, and at I ions of sardines and smclti, oysters, Haviri; removed aril vicinity. I win continue me rain iusnics mercial until, I aiu mv l'lr'jer S.iop to the Com L & N . I. S and C , N. O. T. I'.eini;toii wnh After duo warning tho doors were which the firm of Hilton .V.Mcl'herson started out Railroads prbparid 10 a la small but delicious, millions of emnpton and Olive Hill Accommodation daily dies as well as gclillenien anything they mar when tho think can easily prose crabs and other shellfish, closed about ."i,000. membership had to do. and to botnI my customers andwhy it wllM wish Mi my line. Children inalso waneil 011 (aft escept Sunday, Connects al Winchester in and myself. Far beneficial from K. C points and al I.oxingtar. with I. Jr N JKSSK IHoMI'SON, nuie. myriads of wild geese, brant, ducks, reached instance look at these pricos, so tnunds uranuU It. R far Louisville InComrrctcial llclel, Arbuckbj'a coffee 15 cwits per ted aufar for Si. cranes and other sea fowl and birds. Lesiiicton and Ml .Merlin AceMmmmUtion. Also all ntber goods in proportloo rxmud Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourne FOB SAIiEI 1 io ICE,ICE I Stanford, electro-photograph- y 1 - " 1 Farmers BanM Trust one-thir- d, Rowland, 11 Kentucky. es-e- CGraSTSPATfON other cured use v - TRAVELING 1 the Ayer's Cathartic Pills regulate cleanse the stomach, M"Z52HS KOUSE, alien-lio- n IJvery Stable, cou-siiti-- digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayar & Co, PRICE, assist s e Ow-alo- KRt-RN- R. GENTRY PORTMAN 'HOUSE" . . Pro'r., n J. MENKFEE . trni-vatt- Sul-i- OLD KY. ROUTE Farm for Sale one-ha-lf II. C.'Nuiiiiclley, j7-t- f. closo-fiste- d THE RlLElr I-- Ex-Go- w 56-1- $1,000 Cash.. 1 PENNY, well-to-d- o Dentist. 5 v 11 JOHN FOR HEINTT. Farm of Acres, ur ml 'J r Jfcwi I .- -, K Itlue-Cras- s 1 I MJsPWPsfltfl court-house- 39-'- y TViVOaQTfAeX 1 A- ft ;, 1 Lou-li'tll- !.-t- FOR CASH I Msss ! T Issslll ; ais toft-shelle- d vnim-nlat- A-- 1 """ U iyf '"H 0 Jfr J)I I TNI yvJ ?W ' fel JP h 3 ErsHV rreiiSIIS. fcrrtnlfikMllit. lf'. a- )uiKc fir "Ni ! ! l si KVvi" ampuijuy. AJT 5f'r 3Sri.,i-'j- -,.- -- THROl'OH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID KiiiRsville, Saturday, Octnber ilh. Of all forms, NcuralgtapasmsFitSjSleep-le5sness- . and JKLLIC. Hustouville, Saturdays, Octtdier 171b and list. Dullness, Dizziness, Blues, OpMcKitiney, Fridays, October i6sh and juib. SCIIKDULK IN EIKECT MAY lo.tloi ium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., are cured by MilledKcvllle. Saturday. October th. " Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, discovered Mt. Salcrn, Thursday. October aoth. No. I. No. No everv day. s"Will be at the hy tho eminent Indiana Specialist in nerJ.N MKNF.KKK. Yx K. Sun. Daily un vous diseasos. It does not contain opiates Sheriff Lincoln County. 8 to or dangerous drujjs. Fino book of great m Lve Cincinnati m p rn 1 o p m I.ve Covington.., 8 18 a mi 8 of p in, J o p m cures and trial bottlos Fkei: at druggists. It is suid to be a fact easily demona m! 9 16 Hi Ui pis I.ve r almouth.... BA11BEE Dr. Jllles' Medlcul Co., Elkhart, Ind. strated or proved by ono who has access MILES II 1$ a m!ie i P in b up D MHE6 Arr I'aris p a 2 iu p mill on P in 7 Arr to a zoological collection, that the web TBIAXi BOTTIiE TKEX3. cV MANACiKKS, ( M 1 11 Lve I'aris tt 5 am of tho foot of a Royal IJongal tiger is Ky. Trotting Korse Breeders' Association, b S' i m Arr Winchester. . 13 IO p III For tale by A R Penny, Stanford inhabited by a blood'Sticlcing insect Arr P Commerce Building, Louisville. Arr Richmond. .. 4' J5 P J" t m about the size of a common flea, which Lancaster. 4$ Lexington, Ky., .1 10 p in &.!Mil!lV Arr Stanford ... Agents throughout the South. is a perfect counterpart of a tiger in Lve Richmond ' JS P m .T.:TTZ, ... PJATiONAL BANK every particular, shape, claws, tail and Oct. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 1891. Arr Livineton.. 111 p m Twenty miles the Shorten to ' stripes included. If it Is true that this Lve Middlobnro 7 M P in . OP STANFORD, KV. "W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, Monday, Octobor 12. crcaturo does live on tho foot and suck No. 4. No. a. .v0,(5. the blood of this species of tigers it is Lexington Stakes, Making direct connections In Central Union de S'lANFORD. KY. (e3timatcl)...$j,roo pot for ono of tho most remarkable Stock-SurpluPurse 1,600 facts 2 i( class, pjcms Capital Lve iliddlesboro 6 it a m S S o (estimated .. 1,930 Kentucky stains, Michigan Points, St. Louis, Chicago, itnowu in nntur.11 mstory anil one Lve Livingston... 11 15 a rn Purse 1,600 class, trotting Dilriiit, Cleveland. llulfalo, Arr Richmond... 12 - 4 a in worthy of moro thorough investigation. a.3 " ' Indianapolis and the Veit, s Tuosday, Oct. 13. Lve Stanford .. Canada, New England, 7 00 a "...... a J Attention of the public is invited to tho fact Lve Lancaster 7 jo a in blanford. About six miles east of Mecca is a Transylvania J class that this is the only National Rank in Dank f 1,000 Arr Richmond,... 10 is a tn Act, place called .Moon a, where the sacris the promionsof the National (estimated) 1.7(0 Stakes, Under Washington. llaltimore. Philadelphia. Lve depositors arc see ured not only by the capital fices Purse 1,600 class, trotting The Evecutorsol Thomas M. Lillard, deceased, Arr Richmond.. 13 46 p in 6 05 am 2:31 have to be offered up at the inchester. I 40 p in 6 J5 am liability lor an - Quickest time tollarrodsburg, Frankfort. Kv atock, butbv the stockholders will at his lilt- residence, cm Rlchmend, VIRGINIA Shortest and Arr I'aris ...... 3 J P '" T45am to the stock, to that depositors of amount equal Wodnosday, Oct. 14. In no other place about Mec- Quickest line to Lve I.exiugton ... a 00 p m 7 00 a m 3 45 p m ls u wful to slay animals. The a:ia clast, trotting KvV;"n Purse $i,Coo a 45 P m 7 Si a ' 4 as P m Oct. 28, 1891, Lve I'aris Lve Falmouth.... 4 io p in 0 as a in c 30 p m are made each year to the Uulted Sutea govern- - j number of beasts killed, from camels i.ao class, trotting ..I'ure 1,(00 eligible to i:y) class, lrou'2 purse jco Arr Covington,... 5 40 p in 10 49 a in 6 37 p m Solid Trains, baggagi cars, smoking cars and uX& to Poats, about TO.OOO. Nearly all Arr Cincinnati... 5 so p mlio JJ am 6 4s in coaches, Pullman lloudoir bleeners 11, .?,!. ....- offer at public sale his fine Farm pfaso Acres, these are slain iti one day between !) a. Thursday, Oct. 15. and perfect safety to depositors. located on the DanvilloA- Stanford turnpike, lour On theMaysville llranch, No 10, leaves I'aris al putchanp via Chattan.oga, llirmingham, Merid established as the m. and noon. Tho odors are described This institution, h onmnailv .o.o .!.- ., , ,an Tins 735. m and No. 11, at 615, p I" i i".1 en""t'on en route for Knox. trotting Free arriving $t,sVo miles from Danville ando from Stanford oven by tho pilgrims as awful beyond i 14 clas. pacing farm must be seen tn be apprecated. A few salient Maysville at 10 10, a m, and 830, in, m. No. at .me, nii:vuii-- , i.yncnour aim points in the p lied a the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S65 and ioo points are these: 1st. The land is rich and pro leaves Maysville at $ Jo a in, arriving at Paris at 9 01 stimatedj as the first National lianK words, no attempt being made to dis Homier stakes, i,i$c ductive, as the crops now upon It prove, ad, It is again leaves Maysville at 740, am. No. Sianlnrd in 1S8.1. has had practically an uninter 50 splendidly fenced and watered. 3d, It has been arrives at Paris at 4 10, p in. These trains and Friday, Oct. 10. rupted existence of i years. It is better supplied pose of tho refuse. Here the annual are At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilrning farmed judiciuuvly fur 30 years by one of the best uaiiy except Sunday prompt epidemic of cholera begins and is carnow with laciltucs for tranactuiK business M.iron, Ssvannafi, No 1, dally to sill points except Rowland Divis- - ton, Charleston. Augusta, Purse $i.6to faimera In tie btatc and now it is freo from all liberally than ever before in its long and ried by tho Hadji to thulr various counclass pacing ly and llrunswick, Lake Ctty.Thomasville and FLORI .. 3,000 weeds or impediments to the richest returns. 4th, Ion, which is daily except S Wood burn stakes, 4 year olds iay. honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduDA imiiiiis. It is so thoroughly unproved that 1.0 expenoe will tries. No d. runs daily from Lcxingien to Cincinnati 2,500 Johnston stake, stallions ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully Tho only line runninif solid trains with chotes bo required on It for years. 5U1, Tho house cost No. a runs daily brick, splendidly No 5 runs d lily from all stations except the Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleepmif Cars to Jack- I'urse joo $iz,ooo and is a lare, eligible to 3:17 class n this Rank is composed ot The Directory built, with 10 100ms numerous closets and nan- - Kowianu invisivn, w men is uatiy except Sunday. icir any class 01 passenMother's Sunbonnnt. ger or baggage. tries, larije halls, basement under whole house No. j daily except Sunday. T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Saturday, Oct. 17. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur. Tlicro Qro hats hy tbo dozen and ncoro mi.es by and good out houses. 6th, It is only no 4 uauy iietMteu Cincinnati ana Lexington. Forestus Rwd, Lincoln county; On tuolr iiegs in the shop windows No 4s Paris and Lexington Accommodation dai- t lorcnce, Memphis and ARKANSAS pointi. l'urse $1,600 pike to Danville, the educational centre 01 Ken a:st clasa, trotting Miortnst and quickest to Anniston, Selma, J.W. llayden, Stanford; J tucky 7th, The neighborhood and social sur- ly Leaves Lexington 10.00 a. in. Arrives I'aris And bonnets with rlbbous caloru, I'urso i,oo :ao cl.wa, trcttn k Ditcct connei lions made at NKW roundings are nowhere excelled bib, It is as S. H llaucliman, Lincoln; HEAOACH TSi TjKX. iL5' SM",r," Millard Fillmork's sister, Mrs. Julia F. Harris, who died lately in ban Francisco, thus nddrcsscs her son in her wilh "I shall bo no less your 'mother on the spirit side of life than now. My love will brine me near vou I TO TAX-PAYER- S. to suggest, impress and encourage in the fulfillment of every honest obligation and duty, and I rely on you to reward my fondest expectations bv a faithful discharge of all the trusts I have put in your hands." Mrs. Harris lived with her brother in the whito house at one time. Remember that the Hew Resenue Law imposes iniuiiy ui six per cent on an taaes not paid be- lore the first da ef November.' Therelore, for the convenience of all who have not John already settled, I or m r of mv deputies will du- rlntr the month nt October rr.tct you at the folhwv- uig named places: Cr.ib Orchard, Saturday, October 17th and Satyon urday, 31st. u lax-pay- have on hand at all times lumber and shinjlos J H. HILTON, sale ry. yr 57-1 aad fr toian, A. Kentucky Central R.R. "HI-.II- II. Castl f Lanham CrliVSS nOUTK." Waynesbure, Friday, Oct. a;d and Friday, 30th. Highland Thursday, October aoh. . ROYAL OF.LIVERPOOL. &0ASTLEMAN Tho ShortoBt nnd Qntckoat Route from Contrnl Kentucky to nil polnta North Eaat, Wont nnU South-Wod- t. Fhh Llnobotweon Lexington nnd Olnctu runs dally ev epl Sunday, and makm direct at Wlitchrvter ! and Irom Middlralmr ough arvt Richmond, and at Leilaclan with I S Itv for Loulvllle. For full iniornsatHHi in reirard to rates, routes. Ac .apply to any acsmt of thi or coNtiectiDg lines 0,H n. HUNTINOTON, C. I IIROWN, V 1'. aad li M . O. I A . I evington, K O V. IIAKNfY, S llRRSON, G M , I ean.fi n Ky T V A .Ashland Ky 1 V nutl. Insuranee Company, QSiSEffllf ES3MSSgg Court-Hous- e South-Roun- -- . Kentucky's Great Trots, . . . ;jim . wmsmsm. M -- Kl3'.$VSl 5 FIRST . I North-Roun- d, s $200,000 3- -) ear-old- s 16,500 mi umm m m m, - jJ " . 111 . . Vj-- Illuo-Ora- ss 1 year-old- New York, lSoston, year-lyIIad- j. V . Wednesday, ?J5!l"i"""f:V'"J!:Shl: ,:,;---,--, ..-,.- mi)W 1 ((DRJLEAKib, ! 11 - .. for-a- ll I 11 1 CAH.'D)L!rKrAS9 solic-te- 1 two-stor- fci,- -" b.-lj- Mo-"- M. S. , ,. , J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; T Harris, Lincoln; J. S. llocker Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; W. 0. Welch, Stanford. V P. Tate, Stauford OFF1CURS: Cashlerf Tho oyes of cuch passer Invito Home sort as tho neck of a clove. Or as applu blooms Jcwolcd with dew; of lovo Somo frull as a And dearer, hy far, it is true! day-drea- President: J. S.,Hocker, MoRoberts, 'John J. A. .ej-t- yr A.lCNinncy, Assnunt ianicr " Hut, friend. I would barter thorn all And trim thorn with greenbacks and gold For a moment ot time- to recall From tho dust of tbo crave, as ot old, ' A patient and glorified face And tho ebeckorcd sunlxmnct, whoso rim Was touched with a halo of graco From mother's eyes faded and dim I Forrest Crlssoy, In Chlcat'O Mail. good a fine horse and stock farm as can be found. 9th, It Is equally a good for grain and annual RKMr.MRKR crops ns fur sloi k and grnsv. loth, It hag been years. Ninety kept in grass lor and An- - acres l.irg.ly sown In wheat manythe day of sale; Monbars, Ralph will be by the balance of the farm is in Krass, except 40 acres day. reserved for corn. Terms offc.de easy The Grant $5,000 Stakes and Vulissa vs. Dr. At the nine tunc and place will offer for tale a Sparks on Second Day, and tract of Knob Land containing about lo acres, well and within half a mile of Junction Day. City. limbered ine crops, block nnu rervotiaiiy, in I Also cludllg ten aliarei llnyle National Dank Slock, MARY II. I 'LLARD.1 P. I'. JOHNSTON, President; TII'TON, Secretary, ED. A. JOHN T. 1 LILLARD, VF.xecutors. I 11111 ' T. L. Lexington, Ky. Wtd . jj. a:i7clM trolting . l'urse 1,(00 Wilkes norean nrst Great Attractions Every rn witliout omnibus transfei-fo- r GMvcstoo No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincin Houston, Austin, nati 5 to p m. Arrives ralmuuth 705pm daily- TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. vav.vit viilliuitji . No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 600 a 111. Arrives CinFlie only through line 10 Jackson and Vlcksburg, cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. Miss. , Shrcveport La., making direct connections No. 1 anil 6 make connections at Winchester for without omnibus transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, points on the N. N. A-- M. V R'y, B, D. No. carries through cars from Cincinnatito Austin. San Anlonia, El Paso and points in Middlcsborough and Cumberland Gap and all In- TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. termediate stntmns nnd runs daily. l'or thruugl: rates, correct county maps and lul W.I. MUNSON.Trav. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. information call on Asentat lunctlnn Pli. v.. S. R.KNOTP, C. P.ATMORE. or address FRANK V, WOOLLEV Traflic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt Trav. Pass. Agt., Lexington. Kv General olhce, Louisville, Ky. D. MILLER, D. 5. EDWARDS. S. F. R. MORSE. Gcn'l Pass'e'r 'IrairieMaiigr,, O. P, A T. A., Office Chamber ot Commerce Huilding.Ctncinnat, 10 5 n 1.1 . ' A' Cindsnili, O . I il ' If ' i.