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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891101301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I - , Jtt TZZ 1 Semi-VOL. XIX. LONDON, W y I nterior J o urn al eekl STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1891. HUBBLE. HUSTONVILLE. j I x L:ohat70ur Label! and see" if 7:11 are ,behina In susscrip' tlcn. If ycu aro ro tmit at en once. i NO. 64 LAUREL COUNTY. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Common uieiw. county court nml court of claims tlilfl week nml Ijomlnn will lto crow le1. CniiK (!rJi!, who itcupixl from the jail eoiiio timw since, is repoitud to be ut iMttiiliiirir. nml don't flum to euro who kuouB llonrv Thompson has Iwn ji Miss Gallic JonkinH lirw enst her lot MisucflL. I'billiptaiid I)olli C'owdcn Mr. OlnroncH Smith died Friday ov havo ooiwetiteil to llivtr rvcltutioiis ut oii'iiaof lun trouble. Ho liad been with tin tood people of Somorst. tliw HjijitoncliinK county teticlipre' jwso- - confined to his room for nearly twelve nni'rvenints Mill continue in J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ciuUou to hu lilii lit tliis plntw tbc lnt Ho had lost three children iu ing of plank sidewnl:rt nml implications Sesjiion Aitunlny in Xovvmbwr. Miss Aiimii'n tho last two years, whom ho lias gouo to of fresh metal to our thoroughfares. 1891. Mr. Frank Lynn nml Miss DoraUan-dolp- h Stone, also, has arcod to cntertnin that meet. He leaves a good wilo and mothlMtllcorMot Comer atory anJ N'nrmil .School (cutters. Superior rourv, m Literature, Music and were mtrried on the 4th iust. at body wttli oiio of hur now souk. er to mourn his departure and they have Art. Kxccllem boarding department. Catalogues and circ ilar furnnit on ifplii:ition. Huv. .1. $?. Howling, ol .Mnlillebnrj:, tho sympathy of many friends. His tho residence of tin bride's father, on danirously ill for stfvoml dnr. Uro. tlullverui. a very interesting mr'oii at troubles were more than lie could seem- Frye's creek. J Jo v. Josiah Wilson A. H Dyclie is able to sit up and uivu di- -' the Cliristinn chutch lier' Inst Wudnss-rection- n ingly bear, to say nothing of his disease. S. li. Drye's friends aro faithfully atin tho btiHinues iiisuiKiiint of lny lht to n hiiiuJI but wlfcl luullonco. Hut, blessed thought, ho has gone to the At tin ooucliirtion of bit eloquent die- - laud where sickno-iH- sorrow and parting tending him iu hia present trying ordeal. our Kcho. with loved Dues will be no moie. John Heha-- jujt teceiyed official noticeof the -- H. M. Jackson has roi'mird with his ooiirwi ho mado an ernc.t appeal in 22HOS., a lusty Middlcsboro iawa, imv-- j half of tho Jani Vn,.i Iiutllutu, which Pollard,j i while ion hie way to sit up with buth of hia first from the . i lrttly opsin--! under tho inont iuw s laiiiuy ins uroiner-inigm, boy, t0 his daughter, Mrs. Kose Swope. tin: won ovorythliiK In tifht. IU was assMultt-iat the iron bridge, near 0 Owenton and rofuswl 51.1KW for his pwli-- ; blo inspicos in our iililKiriiij: town. wan Clint Jenkons sold his fancy sorrel ..r.....l irniiini.MlHoii.ir.iudiill.tihoro!'niw want ointtcb ai inatittitiou in our Herring's, on the Lancaster and Dan.,-- . .p.... n Large stage, plenty of scenery, scats Engagements with 30. Jltt county has long Ihxjii felt by our liest ville pike, with the intent of robbery. As harness gelding to WelbyJ Cofley, of lint won tlii' hirvMt tilllHM ollVrl. good attractions solicited. prumiiiiiiii too muiieroua dtixMiH, and it is onrnestly hopml that iie pined through t lie bridge a man was Florida, at a figure which cannot be also tool: otliet tlie energetic ami devoUnl CiToilH of Mr. sitting on the bide of the pik'i. He heard but Steve Dryo exto uiention. 0 o'clock Bowling will be crowntMl with tho inont a noise of some one moving and.on look- presses satisfaction that it is between Saturday morning about ing back was struck on the head with a and 51,000. tho people of London wore awakeui by complete. Kiicot'b. Then Iiuh befu.n oonijidernblo stir club, knocking him to tiio earth, and as A large party of our young Jfolk vistho rinuiiiK' of bells aud the crvof "fltu." on for the last few days in our midst. Our lie fell, was covered by a tall man, who ited Gordon's Lick last Saturday nutting, When I was aroused and looked out county judge. Win. M. Myern, wore r cap, a long overcoat and some and report a most delightful day. They the Htreut the l.ovelneM drug store wa had in hoiiio mystunom way who viands so erect aud magnificent in chin whiskers. II was choking tand are indebted to Mrs. Kate McAlister, on lire. It S. Cor. 'ltli .5c Vino, Cincinnati, O. 8 o tuci s aitutidu, and ooiiu'tnpitiii'ii beating him, when Pollard, who happenwho was visiting friend? in this end, fcr caunht on the second lloor and In a room iu his hand, already a lunch which Delmonico could not Book-keepin- g, Short-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, that bad been occupiwl in day iiinu by matrimony so long that much of tho hair ed to have his knife has Iimii swept by th wintry blasts opened, began to cut him iu several equal. Henry l. ltrowu. Sr. Thr. drug stoto in from the top of his head, is no longer a places. Pollurd says that when he cut The Hustonville Fishing and HuntBusiness Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, tlie building was otrnwl by Sid A. grocery store, belong- tHtcholor. The connubial knot was tied him lie heard him groan aud lie nt once ing Club will open t lie fall campaign & Co., and tho Penmanship and all Business Branches. ran oil'. Pollard gave James Hamilton next week by christening their new tent ing to Watkins Hrrw., was first con- onrly last Wednesday morning by l'ov. 1802. I.anro and nourishing, Twelve Instructors. tTp with tho time Estnblishod (or liusincu) Pursuits. Has the confidence of the HusIucki Community., Howling, ot the home of the bride's notice, who searched all the pikes that on Green river. The low of water sumed, with tdmot every thing in Iwth J. X. thoroughly did not see the Hcoundrol. He ta particularly favorable to locating and Fltn student are in demand aud are aided in teeuriug employment. Tho churges are The room. The heat from tltto building father. Tin; bride was the handsome night, butby reasonable. Hoard can bo had In tho city nt low figures. Day und Nliilit Sessions. I)oe some parties on the pikej capturing the wiley black bass, and a daughter of Wins- was seen soon tired tho Lotolaco Hotd, which MW Kite as promises. ItivvBtlgutlon solicited. Bend for catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. wh ch ton Howmnn, Jr. immediately aftertho going toward Iaucaster soon after thoi big catch is certaiu. wiih slowly consumed and from done, but they luui not then Sam Rutlmrford, the dmcovercr of a the furniture was saved. Tho building cerouiony the happy couple started for a deed wai heard of the act. Hegot no money and swarm of bees which set up housekeep belonged to William tavolaco and the bridal tour to Louisville and other cities. did not hurt Mr. Pollard very much. ing on the outside of a tree last year, loss is total, iw thru win no Inaurnncr, May they liven long and happy life, Mr. Hottie Brosddus and her sou bad a and filled several pieces of comb, conies insur-aneb the prayer of your correspondent. local although only last week horse to run away with them last week, to the front this fall with n' tomoto vine agent wanted to got them to take a CHUHCH AFFAIRS. but it did not run far till it kicked out 12 feet long. Btudded with fruit after the UvoImw, whus fathor Klicy. Sid A. buggy. Mrs. Broaddus was cucumber and pumpkin style. Hev. A. V. Sixeiuuro will preach at from the was his partner, lost his entire stock ol slightly hurt and the horst very badly J. W. Russell, who for nearly thrro drug, fxeept rKMtslbly about tfO worth, the Baptist church next Sunday. up. Ariup passed through with- years has been Ilustonviile's only cord- Dubs, of Cleve- skinned -B- ishop Handolph which was rwrriod out. The Watkins Bl. vM Wm m m V & H AB VK wainor, lias emigrated without a deterland, ha been expelled by the Gorman out a scratch. Hros., John and .Matt, occupied an mination as to where he will.'open shop. Evangelical Conference for grossly imwith a stock of groceries Wheat Experiments in Kentucky. Mr. Russell is an exceptionally courtewas burned. John and moral conduct. all of which Thirty-on- e varieties of wheat were The I lev. Sum Jones was once a tested at the Kentucky station. Each ous, prompt, reliable woikmau, whom it and both had to nuke their Mtcnpo by Matt for way ot a tree. W. 1. Maker, of the Kcho drayman in Cartersvillo, Ga. Perhaps variety was planted in drills 7 incho3 will bo hard to replace, and tho best wishes of all his patrons attend him. Colic, Omntlrtatlon, "Cattoria Is so well adapted to children that Coitorla cures Diarrhoea. Eructation, staff, alf-- occupied one ol the upstsirs it was iu those days that Sam leirned apart. Most of the plot" contained Sour Stomach, Mr. Sam I recommend ltas superior to any prescription has been especially methods that he has KUla Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl rooms and got out only with .a trunk, the of an acre. Tho varieties were IU A. Ancntn, M. D., known to me." unfortunate in losing three fine suckling shirt, pants and shoes. Ho lost all his since introduced into evangelism. Without injurious medication. Brooklyn, N. T, on the .'Id of October. Tho ull planted Ill So. Oxford St., At tho cliurch meeting Saturday tho soil of the plot on which the varieties colts of some mysterious malady whiih other clothing, a gold watch and Jlllus of Tns CcvTAt-- Company, 77 Slurray Street, N. Y. tho Echo since its first publication and Baptists (silled the Hev. A. V. izeniom wero grown was well worn. Twenty- - proved fatal iu a very few hours after discovery of its attack. A fine i.'year-ol- d a complete tile of tho Daily! Commercial to ttic pastorate and appointed Kev. Geo. ono of the above varieties yielded over E3S steer also died altera short struggle 10 in Hunt delegate to the General Associatiazette for about :W years. Also f 9 were 'Jo bushels to tho acre. Of these against what was supposed an overdose Mlver belonging to tho M. K. church, tion, which meets at Williamsburg, Out. red, viz: Egyptian, Canadian, Finley, of buckeyes. as treasurer. 31. collected and kept by bun Huckevc, Early Red Clawson, Hicks, If you havo a few copies of last Fri- ..... 1..,1 I... 1.. ("?..nutinl I'mnnrnr Mrs. W. G. Welch is expecting this one cent of insurance on Thoro was not ' day s issue of the I.sTuitiou Jocrnal, , is abso- week, perhaps tin y may coino of the above and the lo-any and Mea v. Hunters White. Royal, save them for your HiiEtonville patrons, lute. Tho stock belonging to S. A. Love-lac- o 2. copies of Hev. George O. Barnes' new Australian, Canada Velvet Chafi", aj our batch was uot heard from up to and book, "credo and Credulity." As these & Co. was worth about ?l,&00 Silver Chaff and New Genesee $700, while aro all that will be sent here and as the were white. Rudy Jones' Winter iFife, Monday morning and is supposed to that of Watkins llros. about Dealers In- the building could not be replaced for price is only $1.25, tho-- who desire the Wisconsin Triumph, Golden Amber, have switched off on some Flying oul fkOOO. book bail better see Mrs. Welch at once. High Grade and Martin's were amber Dutchman excursion to the Pacific lesfl than H000. ttal I08 Slope, with little probability of being deFollowing is the programme for the wheats. Everybody present did all thev could to livered before Christmas. build- S. S. Conference, to convene at More-lantiflpaavH property, and the brick Egyptian wheat made the highest avThat "coming events casttheir shadburned Nov. 2. Monday night- Opening erage yiolil for three years, followed: by ing of I'aris Si Co. would have anything else but biick. As and organization. Sermon, Zeal for Sal- Hunter's White and German Emperor. ows before" there can bo no doubt. The had it been morning before the McKinney conflagrait was the frame dwelling of Mis. Mar- vation of tho Young, P. A. So well. TuesFultz was planted to test different a young matron of your town, who I'aris, behind Faris v Co.'s building, day morning School Work, Conditions methods of seeding. tha f bushel tion . was visiting iu this end warneddier hosVane lovolace of Success and Failure, W. T. Poynter. per acre, drilled, yielded lit) I bushelt; was severely tess that she wouldjiear of n fire before uleo roomed upstairs in tho building first Map aud Blackboard for Preparation and broadcast, s bushels. night, as she liadseen one iu her dreams get tint with his Recitation, E. H. Pearce. Question Box. bushel per acre, drilled, yielded bush-burned, but managed to and to save his dogs. Tueeday afternoon Song Service. Ser- els; broadest, --7 bushels. Ono bushel,' the night before, and in 110 instance had trunk and pistol OF KANAWHA FRESH CAR-LOA- D her wnrnings failed of early fulfillment, A This property was situated just opposite mon, J, O. A. Vauglit. Tuesday night drilled, yielded ;1 J bushels; broadcast, occasionally even in .instances of fated Mid is the best location Sermon, T. B. Cook. Wednesday morn- IMJ bushels. One and a quarter bushels, e the of any place in lou-do- ing Hclntiou of School to Benevolences drilled, yielded :i0j bushels; broadcast, buildiugs. Tho lire ut JIcKinuey was for businwi housbeing on the same square and next of Church, W. E. Arnold. Discussion. 27! bushels. Ono and a half bushels, plainly visible that afternoon. Duriug almost half century s trav- .brickjnow being built Teachers' Normal Class, P. A. Sowell. fflt f lm.ar.lm. tin lkfe.Ailjlj.Anl Vtl to tho three-stor- y u. .. tiru.eu, y.ei.i...u ...u,e, ovw ccm, ln0ll,ltftlll m,l.roads by W. H. Catching, which is only about Question Box. Wednesday afternoon ,. . a bushels. Two bushels, drillud, yielded ,ti,...i.. ....., iv.r ...v "" ""l ....I ten feet from tho building llrstHbiunrd Song Service Address, Aims and Ends ..,, ,uuBiifin. turowiwwi, 10I U..3..UU. 1.. M,.Kinn "" ,1... fi,,t toll taker to de- wa. anil which sustained no damage. Of of Religious Training, F. S. Pollitt. Dis- - huavv seeding broadcast yielded more' urofftfred chancre, witli the as course, like all such occurrences, the los- cuosion. Seiinon, W. W. Green. Each thun drilling. When a smaller amount c.ine our turnpike is surance that a CC it, M eitixena, Suiidav-sclioo- l Has the largest and iu tho district will elect of seed was used tho difference was yory ers have tho sympathy of our to public travel free of thrown open to do all they are able to two delegates. All the pastors are memwho aro willing mtich in favor of tlio dri Hint; nrocess. charge. Some disilfection iu the direcMOST COMPLETE STOCK & bers. Brethren who are appointed to asist tlioin. As tested for three years with fertiliz- tory of the Rradfordsville Turnpike Co. preach, please select subjects suitable to ers tho result has been that fertilfzere, OK Tho Doctors' Meeting. .j.has led tq olhcial recognition of the occasion. Advocate. whether used singly or in combination, The next meeting of the Central Kenin matters of legal requireuiontp, havo had no eilect upon tho yield of which preclude toll collections. Pat sys tucky Medical Association will be hold DEATH'S DOINGS. m. Dr. wheat. On the same lands for corn, po- he'll be in ftatu wo this week. iu Lancaster. Oct. --"J, at 10.:i0 a. ever s,lown m bt;in,ord at Pr,ces clymcrj of the Highland tatoes, hemp and tobacco, tho results of will open the -- Mrs. W. F, John 11. Cassell, of Uurgin. as low as the lowest. Bob and Will Galueatiave rented the discussion on Chronic Bronchitis and neighborhood, died Saturday night from potash fertilizers show very favorably. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Van de Water farm for next year. the o fleets of child birth. Her remains itH Treatment. Tlio Sectiou of Anatowere engaged. Perhaps ho reThey who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to my, Surgery and Surgical Pathology will were taken to Hubble for interment. pented; perhaps ho did it only for sport. The Lancaster Record contains feomo be presented by Dr. J. U. Carpenter, send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old PUBLIC SALE OF Stanford, chairman. Members intend- beautifully written resolutions by Mies Said lie: gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d "My darling Ethel, what would you ing to read voluntaries will please notify Mary B. Robinsou on the death of Cron-le- y AND JACKS A. R. PENNY. and I guarantee satisfaction. Letcher West, which wero unani- say if I wero to tell you that I cauuot tho secretary before tho hour of meeting. marry you'.'" mously adopted by his Sunday school. I Stkei.i: Ha i lev, M. D., Sec'y. i I sell en "1 would say, my dearest love, that I News has been received hero of tho 1891, Oct. 2 Ixi'or.TANT to Soliiibiw. Mr. Freder- death of Dr. Carroll Kendrick, which oc- have a big brother, who would inako it salve, u!..!!i.' ick Jones, who formerly represented tho curred at tho homo of his son, Dr. J. warm for you, and that I havo some of Forty liead of Bourbon Connty raised Jacks anil DjIc Stock r'jrm, one mile Diamond U. S. Pension Bureau in this State, has Carroll Kendrick, at Downey, Cal., Oct. the sweetest little billets dour that Jennets at Ky., on the May.villc bnnch cf the irom I'nut, Cures cut.i, bruises, old sores, skin disease!, Kentucky Central Railroad. The Urm can be Graded School at Crab Orchard. corns, bunions piles, fistula, scratches, halter Claim Agenbecome associated withltlio 2. Ho was iu tho midst of a revival held would inako it expensive for you, George reached at S n in and lae at 6 p m and bruises. Wherever It has burns, dew cy of F. 1. Darling of Grand Knpids, in a tent, at Monrovia, when attacked dear." CHARI.FS CARROI.I. LEKR & SON. At a regular teim of the Lincoln County Court, been used it poison 55 4t has given wonderful satisfaction and ..n held Sept. 14. 1891. ...J... wnunce c. t arnuu. its propensity lor removing soreness is remarkaMich., and Washington, D. 0., and will with pneumonia. Ho was n grand old the "Hut, you know, I haven't said it." Judge, Dresiuinc. In the . matter of ... ajipli- - ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and . ."v .. urcnaru. cation of a (Jradcil free School at IF VOU ARE GOING Made be at tho Myers House, Stanford, Ky man and uiaiiv a heart in this section, appear know you haven't, my pet." "I KcutucLv.a netitian havini; been ri'Civeil by the will sold by iu this space ut a later date. Mrs. IlarriB' by nd 1891, and Tuesday, Oct. Judge of the Lincoln County Court signed re"So wo had bettor get married, hadn't D. IHGOINS, Stanford, Ky. where ho labored so many years, will J. o el chtrcu citizens who aro tan pa) ers and and Hotel, Crab Orchard, Ky., Thursday, grow ead to know ho is no more. we .,n ticle in the proposed Graded Frwf School District, esasking that ti Graded Free School District be THK. Oct. 2L 1891, to confer with "1 think so, my precious, aud then, if tablished, the boundary of which it to be a clrc e having claims against tho The cutting of wages all over tho wo don't ngreo together, you know, it extending t1, miles in every direction from the andothiw intersection of the Lancaster, Stanford and Ml. governn eut for pensions, iucreaso land empathizes the beauty of tho would be so much more romantic to Vernon roads in Crab Orchard, such It is now ordered tut J N. Alerefcc, Sheriff o boiiLtv. etc.. and to receive law. Meanwhile, iu consequence of have a little divorce." Now York HerLincoln Countv, open a poll at tho rejrular votlug prosecution. Every old sol- that law, the pays two pri- ald, iD) tou15y1ut.HiwAi8A.iTt claims for CmmsoftTlia- place in Crab Orchard oil the m o dier and soldier'H h'eir is invited to call. ces for wiiat he aud his wifu and babies Prof. J. M. Rupley has . .....TO Dasmllb. Octooor, 1891, 17th Day havo to use. LOUISVILLC 4 NASMVIUC R. R. Advice free. No fee, unless successful. bought Mr. J. R. Marrs' residenco for for the purpoje of taking the sense of the loaal Miss Grace Webb, aged 10, u white otcrs in said proposed t.raded breeich.ioi $.1,000. E. P. Faulcouerlostby incondia-rLow Uatw. For tho Fall Kuuning District upon the proposition wiwimc. ai "i i of Daughters College, Harrods-burIt the line Tor you, at Us (ire his trotting horse atabloand hemp And.. ..... Lexington, Out. 19 to L'0, tho will sote an annual tax not exeedtuB sixty cenU Kaces at eloped to Louisville, whero sho house, entailing a loss of 53,000. Tho on ono hundred dollars' worth of property ntsess. Crescent Itouto iu Kentucky School Distrii t belousinir Queen & ed in mi.I proposed Free was to ho married to a telegraph operabut tho wero to said while person and a poll tax not aid all agents of the Louisville Southern tor. Telegrams wero sent aiiead of her, trotterspounds gotten out, and muchstable, Male clote connections at And farm of hemp lio.000 over tx years of aue rcidins in the mid proposed It It will sell excursion tickets to Lex and bIih was mot ut tho train by a detec-tiv- o inachiuery wero destroyed. Richard P. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Graded Tree School Dinrrrt, for the purposa o 'nd maintalnins ij ington und return at ono faro for tho rrectinvr a smtabln buildine aid proposed -and was taken back. us For all points. Dunlap and Miss Minnio Robinson will round-trip- , on Oct. lSto 2rt. Keduc-eKoocl Graded rreechnol r"r I'ullman Vestibuloil IIufTet Sleepers and Pull- marry at Helton, Mo., Oct. 15. Dr. Fay- THROUGH TICKF.TS SOLD. THROUGH. i'e.,.e,eV.onanV,VuchbSii not eicee.l m Buff.l Chair Cars on all train, through to BAGGAGE CHECKED rates have been granted on tho cer Successful Drlvor. Ilnfir.lnt Chlezpo without cliauzc. dollars, ii. nv.in.ih. he BJt or ,he ,eat ins four J. Jl (toliWmiih. who tnefrith such ureal hut. ette Dunlap and Mrs. Dudley Bowman Go via the Monon and s tificate nlan for the Presbytery and bynFor any information enquir of Trustees ol propoei i,rauei rits ochooi year with address ccis in tho Cliurch, at Ow- - and ollieu, Grand Circuit lastgiven Qmnn's l'lmlico have gone to bo present. Rev. B. F. may isue and sell under the provisions ol money. For Information F. I.. CLIFFORD, Acent, .i f fii iriRbvteriau wrlKs, "I have JAS. IIARKER.O. P. A., Chicago. Stanford, Ky, this Act for the purposes aforesaid. Or cm truth(ull)- say it V. G. CRUSH, D. I. A., Louisville, GEO. II. COO PER. Clerk. eusboro, Oct. 19 to 20, by tho satro is the a thorough trial and removing a Splint or Taylor closed his Middleburg meeting A copy. Alt: W. W. I'ENN, Trav. fan. Agent, for btt Ipreparation used.' ny GEO. U. WEAREN, D. C. Junction City, K) Curb that have ever with 20 additions. Advocate. routo. j t s. Stanford Female College. Fall Tuesday, September ist, I olli-ciate- d. , Walton's Opera House, WALTON ! lio-hor- aes i favor-ollcro- d tft grHiid-ohil- Proprietors, n l 1 $1,-10- hnnd-Mim- e i 2. j Telegraphy, How-man- , I i w he-lo- I H Infants Children. th mule-drivin- R.-d- a .,,, 1 u to-la- y, .....' FARRIS & HARDIN, -- d, - Staple andean cy Gro cer es, Hardware Queens-- Glass- - and Tinware. One-hal- l j ncou-hcd- li Three-fourth- see oukeieg &:ltt lxxte of lamps. SALT .' 1 court-hous- , - j 1 ,,..., ,i 1 1 ., 1 ,. i 11 !'. tirst-class .... The Old Reliable Jeweler jr?i A fei?A. l in the Lead. R. Penny unper-fecMo- ns - 3Ji 11 Watclses mid Jewelry mmGTW 'f JENNETS. 2d, Thursday, Kotioo of Election immm . 'i '0, 3XTORTK WEST, o6-i- ers pen-Bu- m. Me-le- y TfJLTN(L wage-work- -- of mm- .. . Btu-de- nt y g, iammimmm OT(I(AG'D9 Double Daily Trains a j i d i ""... : I ui-tn- et Uint-me- 1 - - t ' tf)ffmMtto Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournrl 13, 1891 Stanford, Kv.f Octoijei: W. F WALTON. Coi Walter K ass and Capt. Silas 1'. . I & r Is 5 IK t (t ' lh i ft f' Tin: attorney general has decided on application from Col. E. Polk Johnson that he can not use a puss given him as public printer.tbnt as an editor he can TV .'3Ul.u. make any trade with the railroads he Mil.!. I. Cask. (Illrknrv drove Purm. home iW-Lf- rr Itarlnc, I., mm, " flrr IoIhk Z of Jay wants. Gen. Hendrick further said that every known remedy, I removed lurise Itiiiieli inDOMESTIC DESPOTS. of two j our Mmxllnc. from u :i jrar old lllly, Z there is no legislation needed to put with three applications of ; to effect th.it portion of tho constitution DocTou "There is one thing more. acceptance or use of Your wife must not sneak a word to which refers to the a pass by a State, district, city, town or day. Tell her that!" Patient Husband It Is the licut preparation I havecvcrUKcdorliinrd Z you mind telling her yourcounty oflicer; that much of it went into w ntm I i of. t hmrtlfy recommend 11 to all llursuncu. ' ; self?" Dorfarbier. effect immediately upon the promulgaIIV Afire humtrtilt of wh leitttnonith BA$i:iiA?,t. Fiend "I heard you had tion of the constitution, and an oflicer a match with your wife lu&t night, l'rlrf SI..10 crrlxilllr. Ak rourilmnciM forll If Is would certainly forfeit his ollice at the P.atsby. Wlmt'.s the score?" Butsby i ilkivitlt wti.tuniv c tntiiini)r'H. r f. rlnu" YV. II. i:iliV Alu of tho officers at Middlesboro timo he used or accepted the pass. .t CO.. Whitehall, .V Y, (mournfully) "She shut me out." ccooafll from Arthur down have resigned and Baltimore American. With Cleveland presiding at a big stockholders were to meet tho London Mil. Hijkk.y "Just on your account, yesterday and take action on this and democratic meeting in New York to en- madam, I've been hiding my light unother matters concerning the properties dorse the nominees for State offices and der u bushel for years!" Mrs. Breezy of the erstwhile Magic City. It is said Hill, one of the speakers, whom he in- "O, dear. Extravagant as ever! Why that there ia a general dissatisfaction troduced in a happy manner, it looks didn't you buy a pint cup?" N. Y. Herald. with the management of the town, which like they are getting together beautifully "You'm. drive me run into a hole. Well, at New York. Flower is almost sure of your demands for Into tho grave with lias nearly been money," said old Arthur and bis crowd lived in clover election in spite of "Jones, ho pays tho block. "Then you'll have to give me H FOR CHILLS flf FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, while they were in the swim, and they Freight" and his republican allies. one hundred and fifty dollars more," said Mrs. Sleek, "because mourning were honored and toasted world without PRICE HEADACHE AND ALL NEWSY NOTES. goods are very expensive." end, but now it iB said there are none so DISORDERS. Rkmixdkh of His Nuptial Vow. The lowly as do them honor. Wm. Keiser. a Louisville man, was ENTS FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS. Wife (three a. in.) "When you married thrown from a balloon at Greenville, III., me, did you not promise to love, cherJ. Blakelv advertises Kev. Lal-hiPREPAREDBY BICHARD50N-TAYL0- R MED.CO. SLUMS MO. when SO feet above the ground nnd dash- ish nnd protect me?" The Husband that be will give n beautiful aluminum ed to atoms. (sleepily) "Yes." Tho Wife "Well, souvenir, with the Lord's prayer engrav Capt. David F. C. Weller, of the then, get up, light the gas and kill that Newed on it, to each subscriber to the N. Y. Sun. Courier-Journlocal force, anil a a staff mosquito." port Journal paying up before Dec. 31. oflicer of the Louisville Legion, died of Yesterday wss an unusually good ON THE BOOK SHELF. The journal is oue of the few of our re- apoplexy, aged 48. October court day. A good crowd was ligious exchanges that wo devour with Tiik king of Sweden has presented in nttendancn and trading in cattle quite August .Belmont's handsome New an increasing appetite and we can there- York residence burned, causing a loss of tho town of New Sweden. Me., with a lively. There were about 125 cattle on "MODEL. fore recommend it without mental reser- 5200,000. Mrs. Belmont and her chil- line library. and Capt. Bottom reports tho Tiik Bodleian library has now half a market vation, or any purpose whatever of eva- dren narrowly escaped. million volumes and grows at the rate following pales: Butcher cattle 2 cenU; seeking for the true sion, to any one An Omaha mob battered .down the of 120 a day. cattle, " shipper?, i cents; light. jail doors and took the rapist of a Tiik public libraries of Europe al- cents; yearlings, $1) to $12 50. Mulo colts, child out and hung him to the together contain about 21,000,000 vol50 to $70 and plug horses, $.'15 to $57. Seventy-siof the 100 members of the umes; those of this country contain trolly wire of an electric road. Yeihl, cf Lexington, bought of Jas. con. con. were given passes on the L. & Cheese, SherifrSpark8, of Robertson county, about 50,000,000. cattle, to Moore 17 head of K. because they were members, while a Union Pacific road has collected Tiik nnnilmr nf nthers had them for other not only stole S. II. Betty's wife, but a library of cases of ejectment from be corn fed till N'ov., at 5 cts. Joe Turk- honorable and took $10,000 of other people's money trains of passengers whose tickets ington Eold to a Missouri party n jack reasons. And yet the Lamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenwarc, Fruit Jars, colt for $100 and W. L. Caldwell A Son were in some way irregular. virtuous body declared that no oflicer with him when he absconded. George Wilson, of Paris, while out Jelly Glasses, &c. old for $850. J. E. In 3.M towns nnd cities of Massachu- sold him n shall ever after this ride on a pass, even under pain of having his ollice Uikeu hunting with his friend, Frank Crouch, setts 24S now have free public libraries, Kendrick, of Wayne, bought in Boyle w awav. The name of a con. con. delegate was instantly killed by Crouch accident- and the state has lately provided aid for aud Mercer counties 27 mare and three H.J M.KOIIKUTs ir,; INS 103 towns and villages which have horse mule colts at $ 45. Advocate. may be Dennis, but it isn't consistency ally discharging the load of his gun into no small libraries. his stomach. There was an immense crowd at by a jugfull. A TiiKME.vnot's plethora of novels is Tho Grand Lodge of Masons elected reported in Paris. For example, 45,000 Richmond county court day and sales orators, Senator Hon. James A. McKenzie, Oak Grove, Those copies of the last production of a popu- numerous. Gentrv Bros, bought a bunch Blackburn, Congressman Breckinridge Moat Worshipful Grand Master and J. lar writer have been returned to tho of horses and mules at 1!15 to $150;Ca-rither- s and John W. Yerkes, Esq., have accept- Speed Smith, Richmond, Right Worship- publishers. It is said that another pubA Baird a lot of cotton mules at Our Stock- - of-ed invitations to address tho National ful Deputy Grand Master. lisher has 11,000,000 volumes on hand, $.U) to $!0; McDowell, of Fayette, 2 extra Editorial Association which meets at The big Kentucky and Indiana which are unsalable. male rolts at $70 to $85. From Xi to 10 Cincinnati on the 22, and where a granu bridge passed into the hands of Presimule colts'.werelsold at prices; ranging BY THE FIGURE FIEND. banquet will be served. The editors dent Mackey, of the Air Line, who pays from $10 to $M'. A good many scrub Is now almost complete aud we will be able to show to the people of TiimiK are said to be 20,000 different will afterwards go to Lexington by spe- the interest on the bonds and guarancattle were sold at 21 to II cents. Regiscial invitatiou and be shown the varied tees 4 per cent, on the stock of S 1,000,-00- kinds of postage stamps in the world. Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, as has ever been ter. Tub total number of immigrants W. . Beazley AJBro., of this county, beauties and attractions of the offered for inspection in landed in the United States during lS'JO have a field of 50 acres of corn that it is region. A tiro at Mayfuld destroyed a tobacwas e estimated by good judges will yield IS to co and its contents, the pasTin: absolute The fact that Gen. Boynton, for so ma- senger and freight depots of the N. N. & States according wealth of tho United 20 barrels to thelacre. Until it was broto the last census is ny years the head of the Cincinnati Com- M. V. and several residences. The lots ti.,oio, ooo.ooo. ken for this crop a plow had not been in mercial Gazette's Washington bureau, will exceed $100,000, with $20,000 insur- ArroitiMXo to Jewish estimates the it for over 50 years. George Robinson has been retired, gives rise again to the auce. number of .lews in this city is now be- and Alex Gibbs, of this county, shipped N. Y. Sun. rumor that John B. McLean has gotten from Danville a bunch of 5:1 head of exGov. Campbell has brought libel tween 80,000 and 100.000. control of that paper. With "My two suits for $100,000 against the Cincinnati Aiiolt 4,500 species of wild bees are tra line sugar mules, fat and sleek. They papers, both daily," McLean ought to be Commercial Gazette, and there is an in- known, nnd of wasps 1,100, of which had only been offered $125 for them. able to get anything he wants in the timation that a criminal action will he 170 and 10 respectively live in Britain. Lancaster Record. Lv the 6,000,000 letters that reached Buckeye State and it begins to look like instituted againt the managing editor of The tobaccotcrop is all safo under the dead letter oflice last year there he can. that paper. was money amounting' to 528,042 and Bhelter and will, in a short '.time, be ready to stiip. There has been no comEdward Barrow, drummer for L. L. checks and notes of the value of The alleged disagreement between Mr. plaint of house burning and tho grade Warren & Co., Louisville, was publicly and Mrs. Cleveland over a name for the 3Ecm'm Hoys' Tin: public debt of New York city is, will be both heavyand good, The farmcowhided at Armory, Miss., by Mrs. J. baby, ho contending for Frances and she in round numbers, 5100,000,000. The ers are busy sowing their wheat and the for Florence, 1ipb been happily compro- E. Burgett, at whose hotel Barrow stop- public debt of Philadelphia is $50,000,-00We are still sole agents for the old acreage will, in alljprobability, bean in- And Gents' Furnishing Goods. mised by discarding both and adopting ped, and who claims that he made imThe public debt of Chicago is reliable waterproof HUKLL HOOTS. crease over that ofjlast year, its a numthe little miss' maternal proper advances to her. lluth, after ber of farmers arelgoing to abandon toTho United States steamship Dis May she prove aa COMMERCIAL INTERESTS. bacco growing. Milton Cummins sold proceeding from New York lovely and devoted a character as she patch, while Tin: principal article of export from 12 acres of corn to George Patterson, who first bore the name and in due time to Chesapeake Bay, was caught in a gale counted in the field, at $2. Tho hog and completely wrecked on the Asm- - Russia into Serbia is coal oil. find her Boaz. teague shoals, off the Virginia coast. The Since the passage of the bill for sub- market has opened up, with good fat sidizing steamers which carry the mails hogs about I cts. Harrodsbiirg DemoNot content with coining money out crew escaped to shore in safety. of tho Olasgow Times, Editor Richard delegate the Shipbuilders' union has increased crat. Gov. Brown has named as (1.ATK ALl.XAKDKR'S HOTEL, son raises fine borees and Berkshire pigs to tlie soutaern noa,i Convention, to be In membership frilly B0 per emt. Tiioi'SATf is of frogs' legs are shipped to sell, while Mrs. Richardson gets fabu held at Atlanta. Oct. 2!, J. L. Neal, o from Mount Clemens, Michigan, daily. o and Ben Robinson, Lancaster, The hunters make from S3 to 4 a day Ioub prices for o0- - pound bronze turkeys, AND in of which she makes a specialty. As rich from the Sth and Hon. J. R. Hindman, gathering them. as Jim Richardson will before many Columbia, and Judge J. M. Unthank, of Day. Tin: ministers of ilnanco and im$2.50 Cor, Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-IIousyears take the place of the old saying, Pineville, from the 11th district. perial property propose to establish a 3 A fire which caught in the scenery line of bteamers between St. Peters"as rich as Orceins." LUUISVIUJv, KV. just before tho matinee was to begin burg and Havre, with a view of promoto I ing direct trade between Russia and w- - R- - -- OCAN, Tiik Covington Commonwealth Saturday afternoon, burned tho beauti A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall "Clerks. Manaeor. peared for several days not long since ful New Temple Theatre, at Owensboro, France. Accoitnixo to the latest statistics the without a lino of editorial, a fact which and the wardrobe of the Marie Green gave rise to a good deal of comment wood Opera Cotnpauy, which was 'play- business exchange of tho Congo state is developing very rapidly. The exports among its exchanges. But it does not ing an engagement there. Loss about in.lSb7 were valued ut 1,080,441 francs; page appear so any more. Its editorial 1S3S, 2,000,300; 1880, 4,2.I7,5J3; lb'JO, $4.",,000. is brimming full of bright, crisp paraThe imort.s for that term It is understood at Frankfort that w graphs that are both entertaining and in- Gov. Brown is of the opinion that con- amounted to 12,720,000 francs. a The above is a cut of Dicks Pat a structive. victs cannot legally bo paroled from the MISCELLANEOUS rT STATISTICS. cut Feed Cutter, , the best cutter Q h The Bradley county, Ark., Fair oiler-e- penitentiary because the new constitua Oxk lumber mill in the state of Washfor all purposes on the market. c WAJ7rr?idBPni a prize for the largest family raisers tion provides that convicts must be ington turned out in ISS'J Ui),000,000 feet prison walls. No Call and examine. I also have 3 W of lumber. in tho State. Benjamin Parnell and his worked inside tho T-! prisoners have been paroled since Gov. 'JS children, the Tiik Jtritish museum was visited last wife with o bore down on Brown's inauguration. n year by SilO.lT'i persons, about and 'K7 The Supreme Court of Minnesota of whom came dni'Iog the grounds and took both the red and the that contracts for a future evening. tho blue, being away out of sight of any has decided grain O Tiik houses of parliament at West"not intended to repredelivery of And the other contestants. minster rost $17,r,00,00U; the new sent actual transactions, but merely to olHee at Whitehall cost S'J, 7.10,000; Blaik has resigned the Chinese mis- pay and receive the difference between the record oflleo cost $000,000. sion, after drawing $1,000 a month for the agreed price and the market price at Tiik liritish empire iu India covers an many months without leaving home, a future day, aro in the nature of a wa- area of 1,4S0,811) square miles, a terriCar or Kanawha Salt just received. and for once in a'.very long timo "Old gers on the future price of the commod- tory nearly as largo as Kuropu without n Granny" is out of a job and not pulling ity, and are therefore void." This is Russia. It has a population of about good sense and it ought to lje good law. J60.000.000. attbe public teat. Adams, Louisvillu lawyers of distinguished ability, have brought suit in the Franklin circuit court to enjoin the public printer and secretary of stato from printing and issuing copies of the on the ground that the conhad no right to revise the invention strument nfter it bad been ratified by a vote of the people. The injunction was not entered in time to prevent the issual, but it is Faid that that will not the case, which will come up as soon as possible on its merits. In conversation with a distinguished lawy r relative to the question ho tuid that there was no doubt in his mind that the constitution as promulgated is invalid, but ho supposed the courts would find some excuse to declare it operative in order to prevent the anarchy that might ensue. The question, he thinks, should there-for- e be settled in the outlet and he is opinion that Messrs. Kvans of the and Adams are serving the State a good turn bv bringing the suit now. n if-fe- et Gov. Oami'iikll and Maj. McKinley, democratic and republican candidates respectively for governor of Ohio, met at Ada in joint discussion for tho ilrst time during the canvass, Thursday last. Tho governor had tho opening and "losing of the debute and not only annuitted him lie but gloriously, self creditably, dealt blow after blow with force at McKinley'a pet measure and showed with clearness and telling effect the evils and frauds that grow out of it. Thegreatjchainplonof protection almost dodged the issue, devoting the most of his speech to the silver question and only touching on the tarill' incidentally. Gov. (Campbell has made wonderful stridesjin the estimation of the people at largejand it his popularity his increase i in the same ratio at home there is no doubt of bin re election. sledgo-ham-m- IMPERSONALITIES. A stamp collector in Iloston has a collection of l'J,.45 stamps. A Hkhlaxi) (Mo.) girl has hiccoughed fourteen hours a day for nearly a mouth. A (t.EEOYMAN- - In New South Wales complains that out of 117 marriages which he lias celebrated within the last year, 'Jl called him out of bed between 11 at night and 0 in the morning'. A Fp.Kxnt mechanic committed suicide because lie had lost tho power to drink. lie left a letter saying: "One small glass of liquor makes me ill now. As I cannot live without drinking, 1 am killing myself." Thk pastor of the. Methodist church in Moravia, Kan., must be an original sort of person. He preaches the sermon and then makes tho congregation engage in the exhilarating pastime of guessing at the text. A r.viiMi:i: of Norwich, Kan., was robbed of his entire wheat crop one night after it had been cut and .stacked. The thief had it thrashed at night and sold the grain for one thousand dollars, with which he decamped. The farmer's house is a long distance from his farm. A FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. stable with H horses burned at Hopkinsvillc. Foil Sale. Extra pair work mules and new wjigon. John Hnuyh, Danville. At Bean Brne.'fuile oi trotting stock at Mt. Sterling 47 bend aggregated $20- ,1H0. JUST RECEIVED. FULL STOGK GENERAL MERCHANDISE Carr a $200. B. F, Blukeman bought of Anderson harness gelding for 4 year-ol- d Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets; J en's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Boots, J fats and Caps, Hardware and Queensware. Whcclcr & "W-wou- ld e Frank Holtxclaw sold to Johnson, of 11 head of butcher cattle at 2J cents. J. 11. Carton bought of Johnson, of Bovle, 12 head of butcher cattle at 2 cents. F. Reid sold to Richard Gentry, of Boyle, N) head of N. Y. cattle, for Nov. deliveiy, at 5 ets. J. 11. Swope bought of W 1 Reed his farm of l.'U acres, situated one mile from Milledgoville, at $M. R. G. and A. L. Denny sold on Saturday to Thornton k Co., of Bradfords-ville- , ' saddle horses for $1,1.0. Nancy Hanks hos reached Lexington, quite sick, but it is thought she will be able to meet Allerton Thumiay. James Gi veils sold the 7 head of cattle advertised in List issue to S. T. liar risatJU. They averaged 1.1:10 pounds Several thoroughbred Foil Sai.h. Black Berkshire pigs, both sexes, I! weeks apiece. J. Blain, Stanford, old, at $'J to Denny bougnt 20 good suck Jerry ling mules for $:ti) each. All of them were over 4 feet 2 inches tall. Somerset ; Republican. The $l,o00 brood mare, Fan Fisk, ' owned by K. P. Faulconor, of Danville, i was kil'ed by tho cars after escaping from the pasture. Will Ilays has sold his farm of 2(H) acres to Ira Hockuin, near Bryantsville, at $10. Mr. Hays will return to Lincoln and already looking for another farm. W. II. Bush shipped RK5 fat cattle to Lehman Monday, which averaged alxnit j l.tUX) pounds and were bought at f to 0.15. J. Davis Reid sold to Simeon Weil for Goldsmith :)2 fat cattle, averago 1,11)5, at fiom I to 5 cts Mt. SterlingSen-tinel- . Boyle. 1 Wilson Sewing Machine No. 9. VW Agent for Hrodhcnd Flour. Highest market price paid for Feathers and Kgs. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. """7 Wf -- jay eye seeWI Kve-Sov- ) 11 QUINN'S OINTMENT, j I llPR4 iMmm A I S URE 50c DOCTOR TAYLORS URE i MALARIAL -, al Go to A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; live-yearo- ld x Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Bice, 1,000-poun- 41 A 11 1 1 silver-tongue- d MEW GOODS. -- FALL AND WINTER GOODS thir 0. blue-gra- ss 2. ware-hous- Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, and 1. Mens and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Hats, Neckwear, s, 0. 513,-545,40- 0. r. M'ROBERTS?& KIGGXKTS. IM! Ilar-rodsbu- rg, o CO WILLABD Per c '$ D THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. Rates SI Dicks Patent Feed Cutter HSH--HH 3 d 3 grand-childre- n one-sevent- h for-eij- fn o c O o o XA JVi?iD ! Studebaker Wagon OXiIVER. PLOW, with Genuine Extras 0 a. B. FOSTBB. H , Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal 13, Dukssks cut and neatly made at Mrs. Philips', on Danville Ave. m Thk frosts came Friday night, but too late to hurt anything. ' ' Stanfoud, Ky., Octohkk 1891 coinu well recommended. tt.o,WAi.TON,Bua.Mana(jor MEANS BUSINESS. Ht A. K. Yoi k account 1h now renily. I'lensu cull nml Bottle. A. U. Pmuiy. llAVKyour WHtcli, clock nml jewelry repiiireil at A. It. Penny's. All work om Hnkain'(i beautifully nml artistically unrrnntetl. Kkmkmiikk tlintnll silverware, watchi'H, rin8, Ac, bouulit at A. It. i'uiiny'H will bo engraved free of cliaruc As freight No. .V on the L. A N. was crossing the C. S. at Junction City a few J. nights ago, two of pig iron that Mu. J. U. H.uun, of Rockcastle, forhad gotten loose in switching over that merly of this county, is rejoicing over road ran into it, demolishing thu cab the advent of a bouncing boy. and engine tank and doing other dam. A mn posse under l S. Marshal V, age. K. Logan are out on a lootc for moonThe masquerade party at Miss Kiln a shiners in this and Rockcastle counCourts' Saturday night was attended by ties. '11 little Misses, all beautifully attired in Ma.i. W. N. Potts is happy. The gov- costumes representing some character or ernment has just sent him a chuck for some thing. A delightful timo was spent $1,131 on n war claim, thereby showing and an elegant lunch enjoyed. that it is sure, if it is slow. H.Tray-lo- r A good Wanted farm hand; mufct !'. Uruce. 3EC3?irHXr3E:-EC- . You can buy Dry Goods, Clothing', Hats, Shoes, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Trunks, Valises and in fact Everything-yowant, at the u car-load- s , Oni: Thousand Bakiiki;s. W. 'V i" ' Il has contracted with tho Kdgewood Thk trade of Severance A Son haH PERSONAL POINTS. to furnish i h Distillery Co., of Cincinnati, been so large this season that one of mumoers, Will Severance, is in Cincin- them l.OOOJbarrels of whisky, to be made Mil. J. 11. (iUNTIIN ia llttOBditlK tlie this winter. In order to fulfill thu connati again this week buying goods. I i'xtutoii trolM. tract by the appointed time, Mr. Traylor Mil I'.uiaii With kim, ol Cinciniiatif Dhttiy Diik i:uj..m arrested Sat- has purchased a 100 horse power boiler, wa liere yesterday. urday and lodged in jail Perry l'ryuut, which will be put in at once. Miwi 1'ai.itha Coi.k, of Cliinmo, is who whs indicted at the lht term of thu atlicr uncle, Mr. J. A Hnrris'. In the county court yesterday tho wills court for Helling liquor' unlawfully. He Mil. ami Max. K. V. Ont)i.Y are back is from near Kiugsvllle. of John T. Vardemau, Daniel Richert from n protracted May at liiiHtotiville. and .Mrs. Kmma J. Ballard were probat Miwi Sali.ik Uuddkkah and Mrs. An Kxculsior Spring., Mo., papor an- ad. On the ilrst named John W. Holmes Hamilton went to Lebanon Fri- nounces thu birth of a Oqioutid boy to qualified as executor and Adam Richert Mr. ami Mm. A.S. O'l'oar, which has on thu second, Mr. D. B. Kdmiston, who day. Miwi Lot isu Haii.ky loft yesterday for been named Jo'n Dennis, in honor of its was named as one of tho executors, de, the judge. lirayson yeMenlny, where h!40 will touch clining to qualify. He, however, qualiIlllHIC. Tin: usual not occurred at the circus fied as executor of the Ballard will. Thu Die. Sti:ui.k Hui.ky watj, called to Vardeman will bequeaths all tho estate, Marexhibition at Jellico and rankfort to attend thu bedside of a nick after a small amount to a negro woman, shal Htirton was shot through the head. rclative. Chief Marshal Hollingsworth was ar- to John W., D. V. ami S. M. Holmes, Mu. Scott IU'kton', of Mlddloshoro, rested for thu murdei and ulso his depu- equally, absolutely t the first and in l.iiB been thivKUUht of the family of Col. trust to the latter two. T. Lucien John' ty, Johnson. J. M llvnsloy. .. son, of Kingsville, qualified as notary Mu. J.S. HrNiii.KY, of WiihhiiiKton Attention Hiwikils. TIiu fceason is public. iiMinty, is viitiii her paruntn, Mr. and now at hand. am now prepared to The following is thu entire CommonMrn. 1. C. KiiKli'iunn. furnish you with everything you need Miu and Mas. Jok S. (iiiiMiw and for hunting gun1?, loaded shells, shell wealth docket for the Circuit Court, beMn. J 1. Hriim.K Iuih recently return, and cartridge Iwgs, shot, powder ami ginning next Monday. It will not be e from a vlil to bin mother, Mrs. Hel- cans, Ac My prices are right, W. 15. called till Tuesday. I Coin'ltli Ky.vs Win. Rdloy. en Campbell, at Cynthiann, I ml. McRoberts. vo Tho. Huh, Ac J Miino daughter, of Klimibotlitouit, are visiting tickTin: L. A N. now sells round-triK vk Thomas Price. Mime , at Mm. (iriiiien in the Kant Knd. v some John White, Mint Sam u: MiISoiiKirw, un exceed-linl- ets to Louisville, good for 10 days, at Jfl.W, or 51 cents less than two straight fi v John ISakur. sninu attractive youm; lady, ban nine to fares. For trains reaching the city on (5 Win. dwell, No. 1. Mini II ijle, after n vinit of a month to relathe P'th and -- Otli tickuts will bu sold at 7 I1U', No. 'J. Vs -- RNtft tives here en3 v HMtiiu, No. '!. hniiie IMrin Kuiitiickhui Hays that (Jen. I. faro on account of the Hernhardt Thk good tiil 2l8t. II v. Win. (hiddl-- , No. I. snuio duiio was eallrd to Dallas, Texas, by a gagement, ticket H) v. nine, No. 'J. tflimi dispatch Miyinc that bin mother wan M fall and winter stock is now comvs lieorgo lSruwn. 11 stiiuu Kinking rapidly from a paralytic stroke. plete and embraces the novelties of both PJ vs John Stephens. .nine Wai.iiO.nkm, of Knox, who Mn. .loiKi-ithe Cincinnati and Louisville market, lit s (ieorge Stephens Mime in on a visit to his brother, Thomas and I cordially invite thu ladies of Stan- II v Bel Biiford. saino Mopped In Saturday to tell us ford and vicinity to call and inspect the vs M. L. DoLo.i. sumo l.'i ho hap- most elegant line ever brought to Stanof tin hie lire at Loudon, which 1(1 Ac. vs J. R. same pened to see. ford. MiRslAiinie Wray. vs Robt. Albright. 17 saniB Mismkh Kin McKi.waiv, of Franklin, v Shelby Daltou. wiiue Wk assure our enteemed contcnipory, 18 and Josie Underwood, of Howling Uroen, v David Rlliott. same Record, that wu haven't III a very lovely pair, after a mouth'H de- thu vs Iouisa Oibson, No. 1. saino lightful Btay with thu MImob Owsley, left u thing to say against its citizens, who L'O vs same, No 'J. same are among the bravest and warmef-- '21 for homo yesterday. vs aine, No. It. same Charley Haydk.n is fast convalescing hearted people on this terrestrial sphere. vs same, No. 1. 2JI same from a Revere attack of malarial fever. It is to the place that the objection is vs came, No. .. same a side track ill His father, Mr. A. J. Hayden, baa hern raised. Kight miles out on vs KII711 (Jibson, No. 1. same good place to be in thesis, lively LTi atisn't a here during bis sieknetw, a constant vs Mime, No. 'J. 1M same and pushing times. tendant at his bedside. vs muiic, No. ". 27 same C. W. Mktiw.i- and Hals'. Mkmiih. Thk Lincoln circuit court begins next 23 same vsMime, No. I. Corbett, two of l'inevillo'H most talented Monday, Hth, vvith -- SO cases on the 21) vs same, No. 5. nine young attorneys, have formed a partnerdocket, divided as follows: Common :!0 vs Win. Gooch, No. 2. 111110 ship ami will hereafter practice law ns wealth 51, old equity X, old ordinary Ill vs same ami Braxuale. 8111110 Corbett.-l'inov- illo MessenAMetculf equity appearances :'.' and ordinary 82 vs I'.b. Bentley. amo ger appearances .11. Clerk James P. Bailey ."SI vs Perry Bryadt. ame Mihs Annik H i.k, of Stanford, is the tells us there are 12 divorce cases on.th e "I vs Rube Buutluy. Mitnu guest of Misses Mamie and Carrie Cur-redocket, which shows that marriage is n IK - Newt. Cloyd. ame rove.' A Lite Mid" at "locust failure to a considerable extent in this IM5 v- - George Fryer. snme dtesboro telegram nuuounces that our section. vs Win. Flytag and F 87 Miiuu former townmau, Capt. W. J. Kinmiinl. Kd wards. of the resigned rw Thk Hammond, lml., Dailey Standard has - Curtis Govcr. 8S same hirst National llinlc of that plnco and says of the play to be given at Walton's v- - John Locket. sunu city treasurer and has gone to Kansas Opera House, Oct. .".0: The performance 80 - L. B.'Latcn, No. 1. 10 Mime of LittluTnxio at the Opera House SatCity, where he will engage in business. No. 2. amu produced 11 ljincaster Hecord. urday night was the best ever - Henry Logan. same G. Watki.nh, city editor of the in this city. Thu play is replete vvith 12 Mk. T. vs John .Moore. same Courier Journal, p.isseil up to Middles-bo:- o fun from beginning to end. May Smith 18 v- - Lph It same Sunday, presumably to hpu whero Robbins as Little Trixio was simply im v- - George Minor. 15 same the bottom went when it fell out of thu mense. Her changes of character were 1(5 - Crit Smith, No. I. same so culled Magic City. Mr. Watkins is wonderful. v same, No. 2. 17 same one of the most capable newspaper men Twknty men rodo into Somerset Sat- Win. Caldwell, Ac. same in the State, a fact that is demonstrated urday and surrendered 11. (I. Hobhitt, IS - A. M. Poland. to same by the satisfactory manner which he has one of the alleged Gillilaud gang, anil 50 Hurly, Ac. same so long filled the most difUcult position demanded that thu county judge llx his 51 vsTlion'ias McMtillin. same on our greatest journal. bond. The amount was named, the bond Thu grand jury will doubtless add to given and the men rode out of town. It CITY AND VICINITY. was thought their action was to intimi- the above the case of Marshal W. T. Skk our new line of sacking llannels. date tho grand jury, which is investiga- Saunders for killing Judge Kgbert, but ting the gang, and the incident created it is not probable that it will bu tried Severance it Son. much excitement. this court. of salt just received. Fuksii Button Jones, a prominent citizen of It. K. A W. II. Wearen. Tint K 0. will on Thursday, loth, run Knox, is dead, aged (18. a special train from Stanford to LexingA deputy marshal and posse capturComk and see our new cloaks just ton for tho benetit of those who wish to ed o men and destroyed 18 barrels of opened. Severance AlSon. sen the great match race between Nancy whisky and 5 stills in Pulaski county. Xkw Lami's, handsome, and cheap, at Hanks and Allertou, at one faru for the The total number of pensions grantround-trip- . Train will leave hero at 7 A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. ed for September was 27,011, on which a.m. and stop at all way stations to stoves, coal Winchester, arriving at Levington at the Ilrst payments aggregated $1,072,Sub my line of heating vases and hods before buying. J. H. 10.." a. m , returning leave there at 7 v. Tho alien law parsed by the Texas " Foster. M. arriving here about 10. legislature, excluding foreigners from buying or lending money on land, was Silas Stuamt and Jim Middleton, both Thk Lebanon trots did not prove a declared uncoiiitiiution.il by District colored, were each lined ?5 before Judge Biii'iusH linaucially orotherwise. During Judge Goodrich, of Texas. Carson Saturday for lighting. the first two days of the meeting thu . Nancy Iauks, tho great Kentucky was vurv small and Friday thu (too is sold on 30 days to prompt paytrotter, was sent against tho world's recing customers. F.ggs bought at l." cents grand stand was hardly half tilled. In ord of Mauds., at Terro Haut. Tho the "free for all" there were only two a do.en at A. C. Martin's, Maywood. was coughing before the test and . sturtersand Nellie W. won with ease maiefailed to go a mile better than 2:11 . aho 15i3T lino of school shoes in the city. threo straight heats from Dandy Jim. The champion 2 10 stallion Nelson is ueo quickest time, 2:' I. In thu unfinished A L'ood rubber school witche! given longer champion. In a fair test at Grand with eacli pair of shoes sold. Severanie iMSOraeo Lady I'uclul won, after 7 heats. Rapids, Mich , for a stake of $10,000, ho oc son. Tho pacing race advertised did not was beaten by Allertou, who took tho come oil', owing to a failure to fill. 2d,8d and ttl. heats. Tho best time was Takk your eggs to J. S. Jones this On reaching home after attending tho 2:1.!, made by Nelson, in the first heat week anil get l." cents per dozen. Cash opposite the Portmnn Danville fair, Mr. J. K. Bruce found that Two comfortable sums of money Bargain Store, gold watch was missing. Of course wero won by race horses Saturday at his House. of it by Morris Park. Poet Scout, u Koutucky lino of ladies' he thought he had been relieved Don't fail to see our a pickpocket and he notilted the Dan- colt, won tho Hickory Stakes, worth misses' and children's cloaks. They are ville police of his loss. They worked and Yorkville Belle captured the second to none in style, quality and faithfully on the easu but found no elite. Nursery Stakes, worth about $10,000. price. Severance A Son. A few days ago)whilu feeding his horses John Whitman, a man who lifts 000 Saturday, the lflth something droppcdlfrom a handful of pounds witli his teeth, pushed a freight Nkvt Friday and along a switch and 17th, I will have new hat, bonnet hay ho was carrying and to his surprise car weighing 80,000 pounds of all styles. I will and delight tho long lost watch lay be- in Baltimore, in the prcsenco of about and toijue frames has been in 800 people. It would have required tho also have u nice line of felt hats, ribbons fore him. Tho family for years and is regarded aa united strength of 8 ordinary men to and fancy feathers on exhibition for the tho an heirloom by Mr. Bruce. move the car. next two days. Mrs. Kato Dudderar, via-Itlti- K L0UiS!LLi GIVEN A)Yj1Y:---T- o each-customer m STORE Wn-erl- y Cheaper and Better than anywhere. Iff V.IKSS,--a--- '. -- ? " cii fl - 5 .I grand-father- who buys $20' s worth of goods from us one Fine Rocking Chair It is not necessary to buy all these goods at the same time. Come in a?id get your booh arid we will keep account of your purchases. --EQ-GrS ex-Cit- y Y Bought at the highest market vrice. JLTID 1 THE LOUISVILLE Main Street, Stanford, Ky, AND A. 17RRANSKY, MAKES AND GABRIEL, Managers. STORE Proprietor. 1 p HT." li SAM JIIiN IHRIUS STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, and Portable. All power. sizes up to Semi-Portable 2G-hor- y 1 -- Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. CjuPV J i 73ti?eu3rf5 -- -- Sp NM'W Write for r'reo IlltHtratetl t'amplet and your wants to "TiPLiir-- "' Win:-Kone- r, i TIKE JAMES LEFFEL & CO., ork cirv SI'RINGFIEI D, OHIO. Ru-sc- ll, t '! -- Tho Madison circuit court sent eight A horse convicts to the penitentiary.; thief not 7 and a murderer 0 years. Tho Court of Appeals has allirmed the decision of thu Bell circuit court KviiiK Morris tackson three years for destroying an indictment against him for adultery and that of the Whitley court of 10 years against Montgomery Main for killing Sherman Daugherty. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST A3STD JETEICISR, Complete Line of School Books, School Supplies, - --- - :, --- y, Newest Styles in Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Kentucky Association HTJITITIITG BACES, Ready Mixed Paints and Neal's Carriage Paints; LEXINGTON, Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil: FAUL, 189X. Commencing Monday, Oct. 19th And cloiins Monday, KIVK OR MORB Ov.1 -- v- verware, Watches, Clocks t vice-preside- atti to do all kinds And JEWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. y- v- -- 6. tan RACES EACII DAN' itt aoVlH.k. No on all railroads, hire-tr- ii ltwluccd tustnnd. Klczant new .tainN. :J f ROIUNSON.i'reJidcnt rm v- Mu-o- n. MS. 37 FRESK MTHEES. PURCHASING AUENT, : : v- Chicago, ; : : Illinois. Ac. Post-Olli- B.K.&W.H. WEAREN -- Headquarters For- - Plymouth l'l.ice or 5J0 Wentworth v- v- Commlttion per cent Remit by Order, Postal Note, New Yorlv Exchange or by Bxprexs Opiortunitics lor bargains in all line 63 3m ot goods uiuurpjised. Stoves, PUBLIC SALE LAND, STOCK, CHOP AND PERSONALTY. I Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. x car-lo- ad WIIX ON Thursday, Oct. 15, 1891. nl 1 Offer to the highest bidder the foll.iwmj propMy K.irm tontamiin; 131 acre blue-ra- st erty bind, in I.IH1.0I11 Lounty, Kr , 7 intle from htan-fuand i'j mllen from Milkilgo ille, all well et in gram but jO arres A Mew bnuu with 7 There Is an room 1 finely Imivlied mtide and out abundaiKof (r t of selected arletit from early J uue apple to JetietiiK. There l ample itablt' room lor i or u licrtts, Ihoreboin 11 bov stalls and all ne(.i"ary ji 1 will al ell the crop and stock consiktin; of 10 statW good hay, 150 harreU of torn in tbc field and a lot of .foer hay in the barn, uppovu old work mule ucUi AIos to be jar allMMiiul, i j;ood family s ) ear-ol- d horse. alo J marp 4 year old, one with a hue olt good brood foal to lientry' Gambetta; a goi)d m Ik and rows, 12 nooj hci;s, umr sow and pii;s a new lot of larmmu utensil, also no lot o uai,on ail'1 plow Kfur ami various articles useful and needed n a farm Terms, All sums of J10 cash in hand, and oxer $10 credit will be given until 1st Jan. without inlcreot Terms on tho land, 1 in hand and balance in and - 1 ears with interest from dale. V I Kl ,,p in 111 Nv ! lm I Bf 7 r E r!ESfj35Sv r.T- - - WHX ROBT. FEBTZEL, X M 1 .xvm. r . tt '' " uS ar-- - Dealcrln &ti&jm?mft:: ffCwisM A. C.SINE &flXAImrd?lM$- - prVfAibn-- .i hrf mwH unm S& him 1.1 tfiVTA-A- !.? li te E. All Worlc Warranted.in I will take old gold or silver Repairing neatly and promptly done. (Stanford, Ky.) J exchange lor goods. Fine Watches a Specialty. - Nurseries? Stanford Lumber Yard, FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUEGRASS M.MENEFEK The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. $25,-00- 0, TREES OF ALL KINDS. Nti LUMBER, SASH, FLOORING, DOORS, LATH, CEILING, SHINGLES, I1LINDS, SIDING, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices, Wc carry a full stock of everything found in a . iitiuiiy lounu in a an t.nibllhlimcnt. A full HtucU. l'r.n Uw. We pay no ucontt. ViNKs, anil oviTjtiiiiic HvtI, IKIITX, AI'VltAOUrt. Ohape WOVEBT WIRE A1TD SLAT PEUCJC. SINE & Drvcrlptlvo cntuloutics on application, timo-piec- o H. F. HILLEMMEYER, LEXINGTON, KY. - C3C.i5.SS X.XJMB3ER FIRST designs and specifications before letting Y&R. your contract Examine our or building. MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. . VW" ?- - i&arm- - fiSfr,! .) J s'tJLahmA. I t II.1 Semi-Week- ly IhteriorJourha. AT CURRENT TOPICS. Published Evary Tuesday nnd Fr day -- f5 ijr,ri YKAR.TX .VXJ" paid NTWhtn not so SU.50 'I1 charged.-O- C K. C. LOCAL TIME CAI.D. Train uavea Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning it 5:10 p. m L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. I 14 P m 5 carry passengers. The latter The above is calculated on standard tune. Solar time is about 10 minutes faster Mail tram going North ' . South Express train " South " North Local Freight North Southtrains aUo pm n i34VB t tjam 47-- 6 so" COMSYSPATiON and other bowel complaints cured and prevented by the prompt use of They Aysr's Cathartic Pills regulate the liver, cleanse the stomach, digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, Lowell, Mass. A. S. PRICJE, Office and greatly assist SUKGHOy DENTIST. on Mam street, ocr W. U, McRoberts1 Drug Store, Stanford. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. up stairs. Nitrous Oxide das given for painless Office on Main street, opposite Portman Houte, '"""'STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dr. II. C.JNusmelley, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, p.m. STANFORD, KY. Office In Odd Fellows Building, up stairs Office hours. 7 to 8 a. m., 1 to a p. m., 7 to 8 DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. '"Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Tin: Fronoh make waterproof papor tnnbri'llax. Caiilk linos will supplant 4,000horsos in New York. Tine hg World's fair building will bo a mile around. Or the I'i largest cities in the world three tiro in .Japan. Tux royal standard of 1'crsia is n blncksniith's aproiL Twkxtv-twnewspapers in Kansas are etlited by women. Dikino 1S00 there were built in the United States 6,500 churches. KmvAiti) 1Ii:i.i.amy is a descendant of six cenerations of clergymen. An Atlantic City pollcoman has been arrested for highwnj robbery. John Ci'LLKIitox, a Chicago porter, has retired with S100.000 in tips. Tiik society editor of a IJoston morn-in- p newspaper is a young colored woman. Tin: jiresidont of the Universal Peace Union is Mr. Love. This is most appropriate. Illinois has just erected three monuments at Gettysburg in honor of her fallen heroes. Sown Philadelphia boys set fire to nine warehouses, "just to see the fire engines going." Foit terrible disasters on land and on the water, the month of August presents it durk record. Tiik Italian government threatens to occupy the Vatican and exclude- the now pope therefrom. Tun Chicago World's fair people will place S800,000,000 insurance on the buildings and exhibits. Wk have again reached the months of the rolling r, and an oyster wave will sweep over the country. Lizzif. An.Noi.n, of Fcnton, Mich., weighs only eighteen pounds, and is twenty-seveyears of ago. M it. Gladstone has written a letter denouncing gambling as a formidable and growing national evil. Tiik department of agriculture root as to Introduce the calla-lila substitute for the potato. Tiik Hawaiian raco now numbers only 40,000 members, a decrease of nearly within fifty years. Accoumxo to Jewish estimates, the number of Jews In New York city is now between iO.OOO and 100,000. Tin: memory of Wendell Phillips is to be honored in 1'oston by the erection of a public hall bearing his name. Tiik aeronauts are dropping out rapidly, but the next complete census will probably show as many as ever. Tiik princess of Wales is one of the most beautiful women in England, yet she is a grandmother, nnd 15 if she is a o n pro-poes Tin: queen of Italy lias a S7.000 dress. One I'olnt Assured. I kntvr not tf bheM tall or aort. Or fat or vreixlroits frail; I know net If her face bo dark, Or rod or anctr.U ihiIu. koow naught ot her foot ami bonds I Hot not, or aye, or hnlr; Ami what h wore, the truth to toll, I tlotVt a eopiwr euro. i In fact. If her 1 cuaaosxl to meet llenesrtli ttM noonday glow. IVotn Adam's antlQHO moldy slf, TUU mnl-- I should not know. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve The best sabeln the world for cuts, bruises seres, ulcers, salt theum, Imcr sores, tetter, chap-re- d Lot on ham, cMIMtlnt, iorn anst all skii. crap titms and positively cure riles, or no payrequir. cA. It is uuaranteoil te cm. perfect Mtistuctset, 1'mco $ ccnls per bos. or nMmey rtmdcd erms easy. star salt by A. K I'ennv, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALEI Main Street in Stanford Contaimnii t ICB,ICE We will delircr ice each wotnlnc as fotkiws I - TR WALTON, Stanford. ' 1 nut tbls I povltlroly know I'll Moa bo Tilth tbe doail If she tliat old plaoo bang Muoh loaf or o'er tny houit Doiton Courier. She said! T1 Sao said: "Tta boat!" Her eyes wore Sh said: "I will not think of yoti." He Mstd : '"T1lat taat vre forget; best Uat life sImwM part uu two." Tin rnrRitteiiLoo. r, will deliver Llm- - at n Cents a Huahel In .riM me place, Stanford and the nekhberlMiMt. LeMUrtaw "' Ur": "Find Lltetri Itiiter. t l.e the he.l M4- - I will alnn land on cars at Crne .Orahaitl, lltfek aey um T"'- -. ,. hunstrrd Oive me a chance. rci,.nt. ,a- -- ut n " rTtKD KltUEOKR, CrabOrchnrd. ejom "Klecin Bitter. .. diiil t theft t tit ml mr tow 1 ?: a mail wVi l all rsn d r. and jr he found ne er he I end ftlt i.t,hWe he had hie. Only c a bottlo ut A. K. store. Timima, postmaster of Idasilks, Indsaaa, r.l.ctm Hitler. ha done mf far we! than all other medicine, coinbned, Happy Hooalors Irons kidrn---. nl. Was LIME I AND BRICK. Us-easie- conts, ovor Under 50 Pound3 50 and under 100 1 cent, over 100 .f s of a cent. iM. iyr li aad locl.m.m, ' liy F. ELKLN & CO., sn lietr ,.plll .: Stanford, OK STANKORI), Ky, di; .trnia, "'r" sUie-mee- wet " 'Tl8 eaay to forsjet ; The years no fait 1 fwr not fate, Van trill be glad." H isald; uott yet Tlity llngtird, though tbe hoar true into. The year ro fmt, and day by day And night by llont nixHt Ihese two Still to their aeparato he vrts must say That titer forget nor nod It tnw. - Haroor VnW UHring the eMdmic of U Grippe las seamen l)r. KiHtc'a New Discovery for Consumption, and Cold., pros ed to be the beat leisnxiy.t Reports frees aumv wh used It conflrai this ''"l t hey werr'not only quickly w the slUeaae left no bad lier te.uli..tnarantee to five this iemd a trial sn we the pnrrha.e sou will be tinid with le.nlt. or equnl It hsa no pnceuUlberelundetl Orinpe, or any lhroat. Chest or Ln: trouble ! Mote Irtiloutesireeat A $1U. Pianjr's and Ijirge rwUle. La Grippe Again. 3Tor Salo Twenty Builcllu& I.ota In the corporate limits o Rowland. 6 Farmers Bankfi Trust Co. KV., Is now fully organised w.. I ? sad ready fer business with - Cox, II I PARST. Rowland. Paid up Capital of ''! Surplus, . - - $200,000. 15,000. tat THE SHELTQN HOUSE, ',D.A TWADDLE, Proprtotor, SUCCESSOR tn TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, (New closing up) with the same assets and under tho some management lly provision, ef itschaitrr, depositors are as fully protected s. aie depositor in National Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the eateal ef the amount of their stock thrifts at tne par value then-.it- , in addition to the amount invested in such share. It may acta ese utor . sdmintstrataH, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. to 11s To thowe who entrusted their ttulsincs while muting the Lincoln National lUnk ef Stanford, ws we here leader our many thanks and trust they will continue lo trawnct their business with us, offering a a guarantee fer prompt attention to seine, oer twtaiv years' rapeneere la bstnkiag and a. tiberalaosinmadatlons as are consistent with sound Banking Rowland, KiKl-cla.- - - Kentucky. i.ry II MUoa' Norvo and Liver Pllla atasancn ann SCIENTIFIC FIGURES. A TiU'XDKitsTor.xi tc hot weather travels at the average rate of thirty mites an hour. Actoe a new dfcotery Dr torpid liver, piles, eenpatson-Uaequalteee. UJ tain, nwirt. for men, women, children. surest sniMl. Penny's. Kilty desos $ cents. S .espies at A R. w hwkh " Miles' HlU .peeJilr cafe MHoes, bi d principle -- rtuistHf. the liver. acronimndaliona at teasona'dr rates. Open day and nitlht. Sample mow ud uod M in connection . . . .NOTICE TO TH y one-ha- lf daj. DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, Homeopathic Physician, STANFORD, o p. m. I Office Hours: ... 10 1 KENTUCKV. to 3 p. m court-hous- after. It has been estimated recently by a shoe man that the people of the United States spend 5450,000,000 annually for shoes. Qlten Victoria has given orders that Great Britain's representation at the World's fair be well looked to 12 a 8 to Office on Lancaster street, opposite TTfiD CAT T?or RENT An excellent Fnrm Lid finely Improved, 105 acres, on pike, 3 miles from depot. Miller & Owslev. lar a year. A Edison has a notion that the average dwelling of the future will be lighted nnd heated at a cost of less than a dolWiLicninAnnB rUrv ui man has sued a S10.000 becauso the endman made him the butt of n witticism. The latest news from Emin. Tasha indicates that he is rapidly acquiring ointment domain over the Equatorial provIFo Ojfcr Xoit n T.tmed'j inces of Africa. itUieh Insures Su ty to IIv a recent appliance to kitchen Life of Mother anil Child. ranges the refuse from the kitchen is MOTHER'S FRIE8D thoroughly dried, converted into charcoal and used for fuel. Jlobn Confinement of Ua Jt is reported that in the army of the J'ain, Horror andHish. Chilian insurgents are many younir rtleof "lntlirr'-- t rrleutl" t AfUriMlufiin-that Americans and Englishmen who have IBlIeriHl but ilt.ie ulii.undui'lu'jtexpirienw) wcufcntsa mter nrd usual In fucli oatcy. lira. been given commissions. Iimai-- :iu., .'an. XStb, 11. AMSIE Gim, NtiuoDV is especially enthusiastic Rent by oTpnva. cbargiw prepaid, on reeclnt ot per lwulc lini.lt to Mothers milled tree. over the fact that oysters come back JB15A35njHEGULATOK CO., with September, for the: louson that ATLANTA, OX. POT.Il UV A'.:. DIHin iist. early ones are never the best. minstrel company for damages Young iofesi " societies of Bridgeport, Conn. The 1. a Candidal lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, subbuilding is to cost $150,000. ject to the auion ol the Uemocratu part. So rAit as we know the artificial incubation of eggs originated in Egypt, N. where it is still carried on. According as Sherlrl. Sn' ir. t to a consular report no fewer than I. a caBHlulatc for N" egg-- i arc hatehed in this way to the action of the dttnecrac). Hllton every year on the banks of the Nile. The air is admitted to the interior of IHiie-Cras- a a leaf through minute openings or mouths, which generally exist in great numbers. Thus upon an ordinary apple lf and oe leaf there may be found as many as ecres ofhundred and seteMyeicht ( cnlllrSuon oo lend, In high tease hero, twn pood cahea and one hundred thousand of thes openings. A terse, .piencM new otb.r oethoo. WaiaeUchMP.. Und Ins j miles troat HnstonvilU, Ky. IN FOREIGN LABOR FIELDS. S. P. STAGO. Sjanfard. Ky jfc. ,a In Sweden, it is said, a competent servant girl can be obtained for fourOsDah. teen dollars a year. It is now the intention of European w Acres 01 I.aed 6 engineers to store the waters of the We oflTer for sale privately wed ou ot Nile to such an extent as to enable a mite south and Co O. storethe .Somersetbarn o It ha acres hoeeand greater extension of the cotton and a dwelling tood orchard and plenty of wnter In timber aadr.M us sugarcane crops in that region. Vl'? .v'tolV.IKR. Patagonia is the most recent addi- Caller exporttion to the list of frozen-mea- t ing countries. The country is said to be well adapted to the breeding of the hardier descriptions of English mutton A 230 sheep. Up to the beginning of last year near Millediesil'e, to rent Oocd lllue C.mis und, Privilege t,f .?! np ihisla II Ap, dy were Invested in Indian tea comI , J. KUlll.B., to panies, and since then new companies ilustonsille, Ky. s,.,f SS.125,-00- 0 representing a further capital of have been formed. China is fast losing her hold on the tea trade. In Australia the desiccation of potatoes is a new industry. The potatoes I uuli lo tell privately my harm 01 t(i Aires north of .Stanford, r. v cm the are sliced and dried, all the moisture situateil Danville pike Will take pleasure in suowins to ton of being extracted. About oue Apply te any one wishing to purchase potatoes is obtained from five j URIGIir. - (m tons of the raw article. A good market for the product is expected among the steamship companies. Lioiit through the new Lick teleicope is nearly "J.OOO times as bright as that seen by the naked eye. Ix a lifetime of eighty years the human heart beats 500,000,000 timea, an average of seventy beats a minute. Tun number of eggs in a eel in November is fully nine million. Under the microscope they measure eighty to the linear inch. P. T. Haknum's executors are about to erect in his memory a building for the use of the historical anil scientific six-pouu- TRAVELING I PUBLIC. ej have opened in vonaection will, mv Hotel, the d .. When Dtibr was siek, wo gave her When ihe w ns a Cntkl, f4w oried for Cantoria. Mien, aim oiung to Castorln. Wlieti she Vun slio had CUlHrcn. sho gao theta CastorU. Cai-crl- IVXYTBS Fii AimI st-Cla- ss HOUSE, Uveryjfitable, h4e. Ilrand nsakc my J J. Williams. J. M UU, Ft pta.BS.TeKa: Ml. Vernon; sMualarsli J.S. S Owsley, Ssassrnrd; R. IS. GENTRY m tehlclc. and fresh blooded stabk- - etnpnte with effer th senrice. of it te the public. The Ecst In tho Country. a call. C'nr wi 1 A I. lUJRNs, M.arr W OKKK.N, Proprieter Learn, Ssaaiarsj; W. Catpnec. Wnlfevslle; J. K.Hanghr.sn, Nnnteevtllc; J I'. Cash, Smasns-- d j WWieni Gnach, itaoford, Ky S. II. Shanks, Pretsdent. J ll.Jwsley, Cash sr W. M. Bright, TrIUr J II Hausjhmjn, General Hk Keeper J. i;mbry,8B4r4jJ A J w J. 3IENEFKE, PORTMAN SlANrOllD, HOUSE OLD KY , KT. ROUTE ,' E D. S iS--i A-Newport Ni li. ', pi Va..ey Co Su.id Vestil uled Trains to Philadelphia Farm ibr Sale JOSEPH COFFEY, I'ro'r, Washington, Now York, Daltimoro, one-ha- m as te la hnl M add aet only sssiatsin its hnrh repunwsen,sccosnaseda-tio-e. ITiis Iletel, rcncwatetl awl refurnished, asy chsrae and I intend 10 ewiduci H for All potnl. i how an.) litOnlr oneut.ieal oat Irom Lexington, bight Corrected Time Card in Effect JCiiMt Mv il, tyi to its lenc list at fnene. ihedl.pluy et sample. $1,000 -- THE f Fa.t Mail leaves Leilnetoo tlatly at 7 it S" Wincbe.t.rt t.Ut Merfisg I sj.Ollte lilli 10 4 Ashland 11 u pm, Catleiuburg is se, arriving at llunslngtcn i so pm A First-Clas- s Lsmlletl l4sprM have. !elngtMi daily at f end Ml.LIAKU and PfKl HOO.MS atiHbed. pm, Win hett.r ill Slerliac 7 , Ulise Mill jUSKI'H COrKhV ,:.,f pi, Ashland al! ti100;Calleltshurg lo 4.1, striving tt pm lluatingron dnily. except Sender, Lrxingtnn al 44 pm, Wisvchesler 7 lo, Jit Met Hag 7 41. ainvlag at Olive Hill ax 10 pm AccvmmodatHMi, dally .scent Buedsy, Usvrs K. U. U1L.EY. Proprietor, LrslHeten a4 11 .earn, t'lnche4er ik. pm, Ml Special travelers end fine tuenis far Ilumiil. Saloon T, RI LEY - HOUSE, laf London, I - - Kentucky. Sterling 1 inglon 9 5astu - I 4$ am, Calleltshnig os pm Deity taave Ottsc I ej. arilte Hunt (til r , FOR KE1NTT. Farm of Acres, have moved to my new Iletel ami m better nteparid than eser to actwmmodaM the public Good Livery attached and every eitnvenies.ee desiretl. oive m a can. FRANK. RILEY. 7; S15,-000,0- smrxioT?r! Qg jj.Le.lngten Arc K"i"i t lee Jum Good Farm For 3alo. des-icate- d 48- pm, Callettsberv r, A.hUixl st. Olftc Hi". Ml. MeiMug 4 t, Winchester 4 5andariivet al 5 yi pm at dally esrept Sunday, leaves AccoiMnmdarton, inihtstcr Olive Hill 4 am. Ml. Sterling 15. 7 15 and arrives at Lesineloti at't 05 tin udatlwu daily leaves Huntington at 6 it Acrnn Catleli.burg 65;, AiliUwl 7 im and arrives ai "I've lldl S tt pm, Kxcnpt Sunday leaves Mt Sterling at x pm, Winchester 35 and arrives a Lexingf.iu at s 4 pm I imited Ve.libulrd Expre. runs daily and bat. Pullman Vettibsled lleflet Sleeper, between Lesingtoe, Wsshlnglnn, New ork and Old I'mnt Comfort This tram Is made pa it ef the celebrated 1 1 1 I.ou-iss'll- e Fast Maillesves HnatlagtsM dally il o am, CatMl.hurg 6 at, Ashland t $7. Olive Hill 1 jo. Mt St.iH.g tot;, U mch.iter 11 o aad arrives Lex-Inal it oj pm Limltrd I sprtHS leasos Huntington dsdr al 1 Wmi :ttitiui ' gl V. FOP- CASK OHIdT. J ''" ' " b' , Havliis; purchased ihc interest of my f rmcr partner, Mr. W. R. MePhereen, I aik a IdlTll the patron'! of the poeple of R land hare busiiie-- s nd vicinity. I will continue the cash whan the lirm orI Ulllen . .Mcinerinw it will can easily prove why l 10 H. a d think ror betietuial lo botn my customers and oimip fc... instaure lorA. at these price., cottee as c.nt I t Arbuckle ted sugar for ti, p.mnd and all 'other good m proijoniim A si at all times lumber and have on .";''' ' r J. II. HILTON Mile Itewhnd. Uv S? mj-tl- . , enftmmmmmT' 'V I). aaVanftfPCva. V' T . f ylRfCKfe, ' sf HBF'SaRilP John Castleman. A. O 1 atiham TO TAX-PAYER- S. I'JtOH.uii.Y the oldest living twins are Mrs. Hannah Eustis und Miss barah iSarr, of Wakefield, Mass., uho were 111, unttnciH en the C. ,V O. Ko .te I Mail 1 r4HS rua dally except Sunday beMake duet't tween I . inflow and Heniineton. , uwsinionS.alV Itvmiagtoe wtih C. A O K at CAsh K ; at Winchcler with R Itnd with R. ncrtli ami south bound, and at Lexiligtoti with L A N , I. S and C . N. 'I. A T. P. Railroads exinston and Olive Hill Ac ctmsmodaiion daily esrept Sunday. Cooimm.1. at Winchester I" aid from K. C potnt. and al lsxingtix. with 1 AN R R f.e I oul.vtlie Leting-toand Mt Sterling Accommtdxtion. r iii i!i futpt Sunday, and make, cllrrci on Inche-tie- r 10 and Irom Mtddlesir ii 11 in I ugh .it Richmond, and al Laxtajtoo with L s )lv f r t rulil! II infarniatvim in retratd te rates, .it . l"v so any agent of this or couuecting lilies Crit" I HI NTIW.ION. C L. HR11WN Eat of F. V. 1 1 at 1 l.i( r- tl born in Salem on March Tin: potato disease has made its appearance in parts of Ireland, which menus that there will be hunger there before planting time comes agahi. Ukpouts from, many points in Alaurday, 31 t bama are to the effect that the cotton Friday. Oct. i;d and Friday, 30th. Waynesourg. crop there will be at least 25 per cent Highland Thuiwlay, October aoth. Kiugsville, Sauirdi), October th under that of last year, ltust has done October 17th and tut. Hustonville, Saturdays, the damage. McKinney, Fridays, October 16th nnd 30th. Having rernoxed my l!r.er Jjnop to the Cara Millet' geville. Saturday, October 24th. Skxaiop. Piioctou began his official merci.il Hotel, I am prbpartd to atcommodite la!invthlnir JUt. Salem, Thursday. October 29th career as a selectman. He has passed wish ........11... .r..n.1mn ina.so waited theV maV every day. ou. Uill CCWill lie at the in my line. Children J.N MENEFKE, County. through about all the grades up to his n,rU,e. JESaE THOMPSON, Sheriff Lincoln Itwsvti in present position, and now he is going to bo a United States senator. Tukiii: are counties in North Dakota NATIONAL BANK where the wheat lands this year yield thirty-eigh- t bushels to the acre. The 8y. Iprtlin? Bsrss Asecciilien, OF STANFORD, KV. wheat crop just harvested in that state exceeds, it is said, 50,000,000 bushels. Lexington, Ky., Tiifijk is a marble mine, recently loCapital Stocks cated, at Providence, Cache county, Oct. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 1891. -r:i. Utah, that yields a marble so much like Surplus Tuosday, Oct. 13. mottled onyx that the difference can only be discovered by the use of chemi- Transylvania fcuke,:orl3s ..fs.ooo s (estimated, i.jjo Stake, cals. Purse 1,600 A Pennsylvania mother spanked a y class, trotting boy and accidentWednesday, Oct. 14. her thirteen-year-olally exploded a box of cartridges secret- a 9 clas tr.iltiliB ?"'" J'.J00 t,,,....---- ...v.- - United Suites covern...Purse i,foo ed in his hip pocket Hero is another a t6 class, triiiiing aren,'nnd 111 assets are examined at stated.tm.es trott j; purse 500 eligible to i.jo clas, loaded" thus securing addi.itonal of those "did not know it was mistakes. Tnuraday, Oct. 16. a"4hfnty;cffl!!yrSe,,abll.hed a. th. Tiik census returns for Pennsylvania ?i,6oo irottins Msand m'Jm the National Bank o Stanford in Hank of show that the unfortunate city of a aclas, paclnc National stimatedj First a,5e Johnstown has increased in popula- llonner Slakes, j.)ear-oldFriday, Oct. 10 car. It is better supplied tion since 18S0 from MbU to ttl,b05, a ru?ed ex'StepcJof transacting business prompt growth which makes it now the thir- ion with tacllitles for p""e liberally thinner before m its long and class pacinc lv 2i!,hte ,ooo career. Accounts of corporations, solic- - teontn city in vn oi.nu. V Woodburn stakes. 4 year olds ludiwduals respectfully i5o Many of the Pittsburgh glass com- Johnston stake, stallions firm panies ure placing plnnts in position to Purs 500 eiijllile to a:7 class composed ot 'The Directory of this Hank is make gas, the natural gas supply hav-nf- r of Stanford; Saturday, Oct. 17. T J Foster, given out The object is to avoid county ; Forestu Kcid, Lincoln Purse J 1, 600 going back to solid fuel. class, trotting Stanford j j ji I, W. Hay den, Purse 1,600 trottii u A Georoia telegram says that a col- t v) cias, trotting c 11 llaughnian, Lincoln; ..Purto 1,600 hanged to a tree and 1 17 clans ored man who was M. J. MUlcr, Ml. Vernon; REMLMHEK had aoo bullets tired into his body is S. T Harris, Lincoln; n Stanford; announcement, wm Monbars, Ralph Wilkes and ""' dead. The latter J. S. llocker. first day. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; likely bo accepted by a majority of T P. Hill, Stanford; I)r. readers as being correct The Grant S5.000 Stakes and Valtssa ss. W. G. Welch, Stanford. , Sparks on Second Day, and Sk.c. Pkoctoi:, who will succeed W. l Tate, Stanford. Jg . i in the Senate, is u most abstemiGreat Attractions Every Day. f3(k"t' OFFICERS: ous man. He does not smoke and his He Is S Hooker, President; arc simple. tastes P. P.JOHNSTON, President; J iu- - r McRoberts, Cashier; . . r..i.rA- - in lus mauner, but shrewd and keen, ED, A. TIP! ON, Secretary, ... . Lexington, Ky A. A. McNluncy, aisuuui o. and usually hits the mark ho aims ut Remember that the new Keccnue Law imposes a penalty ol six per cent 0:1 all taxe not patd before the first day ef November. Therefore, fur w ho have not the convenience of all already settled, ( or one of my deputies will miring the month ol Octiber meet ou at the following named placos Crab Orchard, Saturday, October 17th and Sat1S0O. .1 Court-Hous- ROYAL Eistipance 1. p a r sij 1. m lr n,'ion. Ky. Ws HARRISflN, 0N.IIRM Ky 1 O , M.lcMigti PA.As.'jnl Ky r c -- 1 Compaq, OFXIVEKrOOL. 13 DR. D.D.REA, CB8&Sm m&wrimm n K-- sea, . .,i I ... M I he AEBEE & CA STLEM AN MANAOKRS, Su3?geoa& Specialist Who ba treated sin h a eiialhin maul ironti I lh.i almost Louisville, Kv, tv Hiring bameu tne incuiiai iraieiuur 01 uic umuihi Viral and Dr Rea hascharye if the ulent Drparinirtit oftl.e Atedtcal ami Surifual Institute, Louisville, Ky MRE5 ! JkLI!K0.KPfl.nSjra Uk H IVXm&nti&ttB Lr VtaswIfKaSjrXTd iliamt ' -- 4lSV -- c A 'ctGvV I &rr'2i5.? mrvw?j j43t&.y-3?)rh'r- i -- . e OdllJICH-lei- Commerce Building, Loui3ville. Agents throughout the South. FIRST Kcntuelcy's Great Trots. Sr-eders' He will visit Stanford at the MyG. WAmmJif mmjm $W Tvcnty mile the Ynflai ir v7 xsijsisSimam .vv W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD. KY. ers House, Friday, Nov. Shorten to S200,000 ;- 650 F1HE mm FARM F8S MS, Illue-Ora- ss year-old- will at his late residence, ou The Executors of Thomas M. LUUnl, deceased, d Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1891, ciffer at public sale his fine Farm of 45" Acres, located on the Danville A: Stanford turnpike, lour miles from Danville and 6 from Stanford. This farm must be seen to be apprecate d. points arc these: ist. The land is rich and the ciops now upon It prove. d, it is splendidly fenced and watered. 3d, it lus b,en farmed jinlicimuly for 30 years by one or the bet fanners In tie State und now it is free from nil weeds or impediment to the richest return.. 4U1, It is so thoroughly improved that no expeuc will be required on It for years. Jth, Tho house cost $1.1,000 rfiid Is a Urge, two story brick, cplendldly built, with 10 100ms, numerous closets ana pantries, lare halU, basciiieLt under whole house and good out houcs 6th, It ! only 4 ml.es by pike to Danville, the ediicatvmal centre ol Kentucky 7th, The neighborhood and social arc nowhere excelled elh, It is as good a fine horse and stock farm as can be found yth, It it equally as Rood fur grain and annual ctops as for stock and Kriuts. 10th, It ha been kcptbufe'ily In rass lor many years. Ninety acres will be sown In wheat by the day ofnale; the balance of tho farm is in Kra'", except 40 acres reserved for corn. Terms of sale easy At the same time And place will offer for sale a tract of Knob Land containing about 10 acres, well timbered and within half a mile of Junction City i A1m the Crops. Stock and Personally, ten shares lloyle National Rank Mock. MARY II. LILI.ARD,-JOHN T I.ILLARD, I Executors. T. L LILLARD 53 td ) Rcturninic ever month during the year to remain one dav with the largest Dr. Itei Ins been hospital in the country, and has no superior in duKtiosinR and treating diseases and defoimlties any cac that he can not tell He will give $50 the disease and when located lu five minutes. Ho will return to Stanford esery month this year to remain one day Treats all curable Medical and Surgical Diseases, Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat anl Lungs, Dyspepsia, llriKht's Disease, Dlalcte, Kidneys, Lner, llladdder, Chronic, Female nnd Sexual Diseases. Epilepsy or fits cured A positi.e Guarantee. lr Making direct connections in Central I'nlon de. pot for Michigan Points, St. Louis, Chicago, Cleveland. Detroit, Iluffalo, Indianapolis and the West, Canada, New England, OKNOKKKTATJU New York, Washington, Quirkest time tollarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky, Richmond, VIRfilNIA Shortest and Quickest line to Ilaltimore, ISoston, Philadelphia, mViW (DJR3LF.ANS, Solnl Trains, baggage cars, smoking cart and coaches, Pullman lloudolr Sleepers tluough without change via Cluttan oga, Ilirmingliain, Mcrid ian ranking direct connections en route for Knox, ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN Free-for-a- aValnre-orsanwedasih- e s - 1' fidu-dan- 3.yr.-old- s, An-norea- crins from Spermatorrhea and liupotcncy as the re.u.t of selr abuse in youth or excess in maimer years and other cases, producing some ol At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming the following effects as cmlsIons, blotches, dem-htXIhm.... CbuhhmU ...., ... ..u. A,,,.,..-ITIMlllll, nervousness, tlinines., confulsion of ide.l, Inn rhi.l..tnti a, City, I'homasvtlleaiid .,...(, Illl, Ilrunswick, Lake FLOIM aver.l-- n tosoctitv, defectue ineiuory, and ex. 1A ..,.l(M ual exhaustion, winch unfit the victim for biixine.. The only line rumiini; solid trains with choice or marriago, aro permanently cured by remedies Pullmnn llniidoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to Jack, not injurious. sonville without change lor any class of pasten. gersnr baggage. Selm.i and lontgomery, Hiintsville, Decatur, Florence-- . Memphis and ARKANSAS points. as sore thrwt, fall, Shortt t and (iiickcst to Anniston, Sclmn, MoSyphilis and complications ing of the hair, pain in the bonw eruptions, etc , bile. Ducct connections made at NKW ORare perfectly eradicated without using mercury or LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston Houston, Annul. t other inlurioii. drugs. (ionorrUaa, Gleet, Stricture and all Urinary TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Kidney Troubles arc speedily cured by treatand The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, ment that never failed no incurable cases, but cures Miss, , Shreveport La tnakinir direct connections He undertake without omnibus transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, thousands given up to die. Remember the date and come early, as his Austin, San Antonis, El Paso and pointsin wherever he stops rooms are always y, fruii,)ifinsfA .cy.coAJ.vsJi., ..l..rt, .- - , I r . 1 Blood and Skin JDittcascH. crodl Ed-mu- iv TEXAS, AMZONA,MEXICO,CAUFOHNIA. CONSULTATION FREE. Correspondence solicited and confidential. Address MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, ji) 4th St , Louisville, Ky 1 cj-- y wi -- I'or through rates, correct county maps and lul information call on Agent at Junction Cltr. Kv. V. FRANK V WOOLLEY, or address trav. rats Act , Lexington, Ky. D. 0. EDWARDS, D. MILLER, Traflie Mangr,, U. P Ac T. A., Cincinnati v .f - a ,..o i,-- , ii. 1 ! ,,1 f