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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891120101 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. y Semi We ekly -VOL. XIX. 'SUBSCRIBER'S" -..- -.. Interior Journal KYM STANFORD, RETORT. i TUESDAY. DECEMBER 1.1891. NO. 78 v H& of west end drove the peg-i- . Kverybody 'si vial of wrutli upon tin-- city council, GRAB ORCHARD. fences nru moro or If bN on the Diuvillo You have clone the bent voit could un . . IJ UnntlnllnaP n m James Madison ilolman has lately " ur. tnrpemer plkw except riKlitH and Carpenter'. der the circumstances. Thou hnst been moved to the old Hardin residence on inuanuuauu r.uuui juimouo l'lm hoard stilted tl at if Menr. Hright! faithful over a few things, will mnko you Stanford street. l,ml wonlil the enter- - ruler over many. If two good men are j too large Coroner A. Carson sold nt public In your last Tuesday's -- .ii" i. i ...A.. 1. ttf ud iiiin i """"' m '"r'itwnn"i r ...ill mure H,w council. I " miction his phaeton mid surrey for the tho mnyor umli ,'"" "aboo" waH made and Tin: " W'8t H'U " 1)rtck t,H! tww"' """ I .ouneilmim sum of $:5.r0, J. P. Chandler auctioneer. ' t0 """ utv council. The old man Haiti ".John .. j n. a iw it"Wl I UlllWtllJ t 4tlll I It til l if UMIUIIb 1J rH Mrs. Lulu Turner says that if the et behind the stuihp anil make a Iko, L5. (JarpHiiter ONE Y ,R F . "mnde n runt raft with ha.s no defliru to return and hunt up the young men who have been shooting at !... ' ..111 li.iinh , ,"Villi IIMU' , tfl nil. himntdf to put a tMvement in front of his Bi.t ioit onee. In pasHiui: tiie froi; jioiuli ..... I . her dog repeat the joke they will bo . i All charges prepaid. Not a reprint, but a New I tlition. . . inilll DOOCU. Mill Ultl mnn nuiiv nil" .,. preiiUheH ni wie xpcii o tlie city 19 on 'A'eHt Main atreet the vernacular of dealt with in the same manner as those .i. himself air rgw mh some of the city the fros iH heard and uuderfitood. The an who cut her clothes lino. eether paid, "John, what In the .i,,..ii council mid mtm liHr.. loader hums deep throat hue "cbuuu, otig Ikirn to Mre. Ilittie Huit Belle, wife .1 vou make n i Uo for n... 1...11 i iip ununrniiriii ii in j or, mil receive cluijiK. chuujf," anotlier ailds, "bro van, of Louis Belle, a lino boy whose weight p Hollo, hullo' who in there ruiKa; ?ii lor reselling lence, trees awl grueling. bro van," another "bro pa, bro pa," an- 's unknown, which we consider a crimthe other end of the telephone is heard. .Mr. Hright reo-ire$12. Another inii- - other "fatty nun, fatty nun," another inal oflense. This is , ...!,... .orM.iviii-- l.'flruiiriUn.'Ll vj the ll W V " - prMitalionorlie is this statement: "jo ha, jo ha," another "bro bru, bro U'cord where a baby wasn'tfirst c.iko oh i weighed. and M n Hter l'leiiipotentiary of Sinn- "For removing his fence, he voluutiirily bru, "and another in a weak haps voice, Mr. Harrison Payno an old nnd matter, "JJubsciiunr?" f.l .!.... .... it... !.. I., A f ...... A.......I... 2... . ford. What Is the "chumr, chun, bro mak, bro mnk." Thc street lamp are not lighted, water mrd and D.inville tunipil.1', over which Councilmen, you have been called Ion;; promiuent citizen of this place, who has : .r west enit been for some time in Indiana, is boardand mud are very deep in the h" hud no control." and loud, why not answer? ing at Dripping Springs aud has been ol town, no pavements, tho citiwMis ami ' Carp-uitirl'.ro. I). V. Vandeveer, Mayor ns does Mr. Hright s fence, greatly benefited by its healing w.itors. nro grumbling and want Bouie ' et Minister I'lenipotentiary ia liel b'ick over six feut, not . on .hut Iroin Col. George Puriuh, who raised a and tradu . u way toyetto the Danville pike ne, six fuet in an upright citizen, 'iionorable, trieatobe crop on Mr. W. T. Stephenson's farm, ,' will .... uiidaier. . attend church that , , of their own undH for struct pur juit, an honerit man, tlie noblebt work says the land is so strong it forces the , , . ine, in Bliort, wnni vhiiid rnwivcu po-.eof (tod, is n true peaco maker blessed tassel out before it is knee high and if 96 Maps printed in Colors, showing every country in the world, with taxes paid, equal rihta to all, exclude Vn .I....1.I ll... Itpnitlll ...ll Itnl If lli.ll timt ix the peace maker for he nliall inherit he over tends the same laud he will sow to none. A public , oilice is , a iiiHvi-- would like to declare the minds the earth (town lots), mid mi'lit be a Map for every State in the Union. Hound in heavy Jute Manila '","lM ..... you, as 01 yore, ifi his corn iu a hot bed aud set out slips. III inline trtift. r null and void to the called the Win. (ilmlhtonc, the urnnd of the Paper. The compilers have taken the latest edition of the English Misses Katie Cochran and j Leah bomu or nit of the city council contract defects and official art of tlie board. old man of Stanford. I honor him, Steger are visiting relatives. James Encyclopedia and thoroughly revised every article in it. While or the mayor tiiuiiH repair our htreetc ' Nerve Htretchiim iH n ruinedy for yray hairti and believe in the Dishon, better known as owl foot, has nothing of importance has been cut out, hundreds of articles of tliink the board would do ' city couucihncu a well as old bachelors liit--t day he will he one of Couuitiiueii the saints, rented from Col. John Buchanan his better work than other men equally as and old maids and Iiiih been known to robed in the Kanm-ntgreat value have been added which are not contained iu the Engof white. property near Urown Springs and will yood, morally, pliynically mul npirltunHy. I ock jauH, as well an unlock them, keep lish edition, including HureeH with him on tlie doi: soon move his family. Messrs. Jim, Ed 'I he charter Mate, no councilman nhall olllciid nosi'M fiom boiiifc too Ioiik and ipiert'iou, if hoiiio people will linve some and Thomas Tanklesy, who are in the contract with the town. Uentleruen, even krep lawjern from previiricntiiii:, dos around them; they should he muzlumber business nt Snider Switch, are nine you quit let- how low: has it been lawyers uiut talk or zled and collared and labeled so people visiting their father, Jtev. Tanklesy. but r.ittle-tra- p . .... ......I. II ..." Of noted people living and dead. It is not a reprint or a photocoiunifio " vim. ii nlliu. lliiK ouv Yei, contnutH aie made by will know wlio.te dopn they are. I Mikses Eliza and Magpie Chas t.avl.,inrili. ,, i.ii.i t ;i.. nun .ur. .myui graphic reproduction, but an entirely new edition, printed from uouuciimeu if City councilmen, you will be nnnols ...v ..... eotiucli; yeii, "such contrscts t . I.i.n rmimiuiuiimnji do were made and entered into," hut per bye nnd bye, only come west and try, teen, of Conway, are the guests of their narv anu .iiiuinier Ill ..I...I new type on heavy paper. &JT Revised up to 1S91. " i charming little cousin, Amanda Crouch-e- r. . . .... i 1....1 i..,i -- .. . ,,i(l ,)0t try, try. liy tlie way, a uood souu, not eai Hour urapea ...... ... ,( k. wr(lt knw! . l They were formerly ,f this place This remarkable oflfer is to old as well as new subscribers, provided k.k and tmrrtii """ ..!. .1..1 iaK an omciai e,..i ""v" for a bus orchaiiot driver. ntir tlura on the book, or may him and have returned to review tho old are doubtless o arrearages and a year in advance is paid. Subscribers who have purify yonmclvM. MKllmvt hv the huye council Wot end councilman never used the homestead. Miss Eli.i is a blonde nud t.H, fat and hillio.iH. thrived too rapidly j already paid can get full advantage of this offer. otliee of councilman to do spite work is described us v.... ......i.i iu.il. i. intellectual, accomplished, ..i "" ";... nlllie niliilir iruiiKiwi. mm of the west end; they have walked nor pfrhonal injury to anyone. He was handsome nnd of W. V. WALTON, Stanford. queenly statue, while , wa . time-- in the nrstrvoir of the fur ftO nr Oil viMiru llinillvll III, mml lil ' fnr litt.ll li...itic tmm uriiw.i nnl im M.itf Maggie is a brunette of beauty and rare terworUdandwith H.imcint Hip aiMl,1(imk ot,WB!,lU.rait , if; furt,lt,nnor m ,1()l accomplishments. rubbing pa uiy .auie. c, , Hj(j . .ow Uwlt ,k.enac for a mtan lwtV Col. Abner Fish was in town lailierM wnere nrr ihcj. niiPin-i.- ii . ...I ..I L'iial,.p.l Vhim n( .Vila li. I keep it up." Tim imvel fell, "Clentlw- - j eoiiiiiiliiian to will liquor by the quart Thanksgiving. J. F. Holdam, Esq., lins .1 " , umiify for this urw etrout firat, and open a lsj-- f r betr saloon. Personal- returned from Cinciuuati. P Joe Grant, ,on. b. iiy m, ,i , lt il(M ly nnd privately he has no unkind the celebrated crap shooter and t0 Wllll, once . . 1.MV0 thy 111 to OuiuU, y.t the Muscvil,0 wtl. llM words or feeling to ward 4 the councilmen fc. Cor. ltU &c Vino, Cincinnati, O. president of a wild xoose.chaso and solthe. iinproYe- end of town shows whrr in it, but not before, except dur- - and now leave the readers nnd taxpay- vation army, is iu Louisville on I watr t k. ..1. M.Att. ikfctl tll tkllt ..a.. -.-- . burners Book-keepin- g, iiieniH niM. w... i Short-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, W(Jl wwl,tr )( ,fc nng, 'flie ers to wy who has produced the most or a bum, we don't JK kno.v which. Eh . ho shine, uood dned and let your w w m i(i)c aniuineuts. wielded the pen with most K. Higgins is at home. .J. II. Hutch , like ii "new house on crmt hill, that ; fn H n h Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, .. UxmMlUir .. . . - potency mid grace, and to satisfy the inga left lost Friday for Florida. Eph-rai, men, women, eliildrvn, Hinners, slmn- - , - ..- - . . ..jjl.ll.riiH.r- public "Subscriber" eiKiii himself, . . . . . Penmanship and all Business Branches. the son of S. 15. Pennington, is ters, VMitnra, olo MiiueiR anu lis not '"lost bin memorandum book." Mr. Mayor Kxtrnordinary and Minis- quite sick. Mr. II. I). McClure hns told XTp 1862. Lamo and nourishing. Twclvo Instructors.IUi8lne with the time. If your linht Jf "Sulix-ruVr- " Established cm nee your kooiI dued". lini in any way "over ter I'lenipotentiary, why did you not his stock of fancy groceries conlldoncc ot the lias to Messrs. I' Its thoroughly tor Huslncs Pursuits, aitletl the securing employment. ThoCommunity. several more street leapftl the Inxinds of di.cretion, it has charges arc are The ttturient fire ih too small. Ret stick to the subject? "The official acts Chad wick, Bailey A Co. We are inform- reasonable, ilonrdin demand and the city nt in fluures. Day nnd Night HceMnn, Doe tow can be had In lamps anil placeon tin. new street south . ,mtn Jn jot aM, pil,,Mn,lp of city councilnieii" and not donl in per- ed that Bob Duko shaved a man and as promises. Investigation solicited. 8vnd for cutaloguo. C. W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. of StanfordI ho taxpayers are able to article of Isnt is.ue uianv months or a sonalities, nerve stretehini: cetera et co only cut him twice. Cull the new street year mv for them. or more ago. Oh, council, yes, it tini? livery time nerve stretching lias "Van," Gabriel," "Thornus," or "Mayor Ih your "duty to look to the interests of been done by "Subscriber" it has be n Kxlraordinary ot Minister PleiiiiKitontia-r- v nil within our city limits." In thoname a aticeeNS. The la.t private patient is '" boom. Judge J. H. Stevens and J. T. 'Subscriber" truMs some KOd friend of all that is fair, just and riht between well of the sciatica and the six city conn-ciime- Uliauwick have each built beautiful resi-- ! CV I I write will be in due time. stood by the mayor and kept ice on his limn and mini an. God and men, woanu me oiu uorner Hotel, wnieli v uenci-nv, ? why facts and argue with facts and do not for 12 month has been to men and children and head and spine, while "he" dictated iu Egyptian of the lepil did you not look to the interests of the tuisreprcMMit. The nervous and jealous ilarkuess, is illuminated troin turret to! H'Uiie scribe, the tail crL Has the largest and in the west etui and co oper doctors combined with the malefactors foundation profetsion, to write. Had the city utter stone and Dr. V. M. Doorep, vn- -i r Ia. . niitn-l.ten n'.u with thu west end councilman? Why and skutiky dres of Stanford society, ii. iv knnuii miiri' iniiilieilirtt law. ill tin who said if the tax carried he would' MOST COMPLETE STOCK luverneiit clause there would have been. did you not enter those contracts made caused the unple.is.intuesj in court you leavo tho town, is now fulfilline the : .. . . H.I..I...I.. only wav scriptures by tearinu down his old barns at the cnllud meetings in 1). W. Vnude rofer to. Is it K 1 nrn iiiotie norsea, eainti IMOW. no "ij-f-rcer's store, the Mayor Kxtraordinary et councilmen are to be known is by their city councilmen, loose with that enirty r ""'"'""-''e fr 'l'' ,"'7 ""' . i IllEilllSSf ,ty """"' 1 "'" ,.- j "I - ..I ... i" i.i ... INTERIOR JOURNAL ........ Lft $7.50. ; ...... d " 'nr The Most Complete Reference Library in the World, ,7 ... ... V, 1 ii I Twenty Large Octavo "Volumes, 7,000 Pages, 14.000 Columns and 3,000.000 Words. s J r i tax-paye- I j'd ref-pect- s "Sub-Hcribi'i- " i I.-- . l- f.... ...w.... "" . .", in... ..... I i. 1 clui lunm.,o. , j ,, .,. ,, liht - et !''". 1. nlm to Telegraphy- inx-paye- .. ., ,. ,,kt wrff, .,. ii tux-payer- ...T'rorsirir LniTlte Old EeliaMe JewslerH in the Lead. vj gf'A. R. Penny a -- tux-paye- iH I I ..".. "tWwfeiyi 'r" .. SSSfMmii' fff fK ri Plenipotentiary. 'Streots skuuky odor. mid rattle, rattle. Minister City attorney, apply tlie golden rulo to Little scribe and attorney, you sign paved with gold;" is tlie mayor in his yourself I) W. Vandeveer, mayor, but mu'iieipitl sleep dreaming of the "beau- thyself. He careful what you ask. Kacli tiful ity above, with its pearly gates stroke of the jwn may be as a dagger at vour emptine, the cball in your or nro your vitals; each word tho thud of a who ajar," nnd 'golden pnvumt-ntH,nnd other ear marks bIiow of many trials thoso beautiful fatreets audp.ivemnts on coflin lid; each sheet of papernu emblem you are. "In those days mid tribulations" of the board of trus- Lower or Knst Main street typical of of death's winding bheet. Remember, tees of the town of Stanford, and much thoso that the council expect to travel in words of wisdom fitly spoken are like apples of gold in waters of silver. Take grumbling by the "tax payors, "it cnuiu tho new JarusalemV I warning. There were seven councilmen remarked: A gentleman "When to pass," the Lord or High .Mayor et Minister Plenipotentiary, ta ke n lady to a hop or opera from Kast by law and an associate or partner cried aloud, "Samuel, Samuel'" Sam- Main street, she can wear tlie most dain- - councilman by self interest and Bpcouln uel answered, "Speak Lord, thy servant ty velvet or kid slippers and wear long.tion. Messrs. councilmen nnd associate lie.ueth." "(.ft thy pen, ink and paper silk or satin train, yet never got soiled councilmen, you own lots on new street, and give '.Subscriber' h I, and when in the least," hut, on West Main and I It. V. street or Thomas and Gabriel my mortality is no more and I shall Danville streets have to hire livery rigs, street and laid oil lots on the Welsh have descended to that paradise of tlm nt exhorbitant prices, or go on stilts and farm, had the water works come, you east end of Stanford, my mantle shall take a pair for her. It is a good thing would have had town lots to scli from JDaugherty'p. fall on you," and Samuel answered, "Yes for the livery men, but so hard on the, creamery to Lord," nnd ituameto p.is Samuel wrote. beaux, tho ladies, mothers, sweet little City attorney apply the golden rule to yourself, bo careful what you ask, para Yes, you had a pavement committee, brothers and sisters nnd it with A.T. "You shall know the Bheppard by his citic and inagot fly existence. Your ar- and J. G. Carpenter was on Nunnelley; finally J. F. Peyton was add- gentle voice." Lord Mayor, when did tide should have been manly enough from personalities aud ed. As committeeman, J. G. Carpen- the sheep of the west end hear your to have refrained gin. tie voice? Six city councilmen, like dwelt 011 public and not private life and the citizens and ter interviewed beginning with John O. Newland sheep, have all gone estray. Sing, breth- acts. Out of self respect and charity to ren, sing, chorus s.miu us tho verse, thccouncilmeu, I refrain from personal and to Judge Alcorn's. Out of 17 for short metre. Tliu city council should instills. K5 wanted and weie anxious Mr. .Mayor: Resolution The west use "utmost endeavors at present to get pavements. Some wanted to give end councilman has thu honor to premid town build pavements, some water works." Should there bo n dry sent a motion for consideration concernand town build half of winter they would havo no water to purify in. Tho weBt end man did his ing the pavenient3 up there." "D n pavement, the citizens the other half, duty, his whole duty 'and nothing but the pavements up there, by a d we are hoiiio wanted pay for right of way nnd Mr. J. W. his duty. At some monthly meetings hero to vote upon the water works," build their own pavements. and he was not present, but was nt many ruled tho mayor. "Mr. Mayor, will you Alcorn wanted to give tho vote at once, sonio very Imlld bis own navement. .Mr. Gaines i culled meetings and might havo accouc please take . .. . . . pnsneu more nani nomine six otnera sick peoplo desiro tho services of tho Craig, .ludgo Vninon, Sr.. J. 11. Hiirgins uiuuiqi muu, physicians on the board." "D 11 the 5. Owens oittier ou.io uu .ur uiu M n Kl mom and J. heavy nark nights (no lamps lighted), thu patients; we can afford to lose two or declined to do anything or unless swollen branch from Maxville, hku a three lives i ust so wo eet tho water damages were paid for works," ruled the mayor. foamm,- - cituract, inviting disaswould not havo pavemunts. Tho old roaring, Was any bod v ever heard so dry for on more than one occasion, iias tnado Dougher- ter board of trustees, Main street in thu west end impassable, water except the city council nnd one ty's hoard, said theso were tho best conhas been G to IS inches deep on other man in a hot plaro. Father Abra tracts over nmde for tho town. Uettor water end. Down the piko and pavements both sides, bus ham, send six drops of cold water to than was done in tho oast run through the houses and front yards cool the parched tongues of tho council there the councilmen were glad to build prayer of Moses, tho "Subscriber." leaving its marks, (ask Hubert Lytic) pavements for rightof way. Tho mayor Mr. John 0. Newland, you havo been telling plainly tho culvert is too small. 1). W. Vundoveor, had two called meetShall this statu of thing's go on, the town a uood and faithful marshal. Mr. Van ings, tho contracts presented by Watson, you did doubtless your best to G. Carpeuter discussed, and bo sued, or some child drowned in this favorably. awful, Htethiug, roaring ami calamitous make tho lamps burn In tho west end, agreed to vote upon Oh, city fathers do your duty but no beautiful lights liko the east Tho city attorney, with all his ponderos- vortex. A beautiful boulevard is East though the heavens fall. You, in a lamo end. ity, ordered to iurnish tho written docuway, tried to show whero you paid out Main street. Hornier and tax payers, ments, to besignod by tho above citizens S'J, but failed to make one llguro whero adieu. desirous of pavements, but ho never furJ. G. Oaui'estkr, you epent thousauds. An angel appearnished any, but lawyer ike wanted to The surveyor, ed ina dream to a west end councilman Clark couuty's indebtedness is $150,-00Bee each individual. " lines twice, councilman and said, 'Subscriber' will pour out a 13rigbt, run tuo vrnon, let them go : rL. le, " j j several new huildiiiKS will soon bo start- - IhlWK W2 ever shown in St anford at prices ed. At present there is uot a vacant Aows-- -' 'is low as th e lowest. house iu town, a larce dry goods store in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s has been started nnd all the old merwho can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Uon't have to chants are incieasini their stock and send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old those who so heartily abused A. II. Has-t- in for up the school are now gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d praisini; him with souks on their lips A. R. PENNY. and guarantee satisfaction. and with harps in their hands and those ilesiritn to purchase property had hotter buy at one" for real estate is advancing daily. a S-d'- r $3$ :r,"B. "r- :-j- )mkjfyvymr kSWwrSr '' watcucs i :uicl Jewelry J I THANKSGIVING. w IcROBERTS, Ex-May- iiy wm. u. TAlUlir, jn. In bynib of thanks to Thee, Author of all wo are, Thy name we piaise. tax-payer- tax-payer- tax-paye- right-of-wa- right-of-wa- y right-of-wa- to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Dr. Ilea, of the Medical Institute, Lou- Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. isville, ICy., carries with him a complete line of all modern appliances aud instruments. As a talented physician and surgeon none are more superior. He is candid in his opinion, reasonable in his chare.es nnd is receiving a patronage unknown or unequnled from the best families in this country.) k'l'ho public aro wnking up to tho undeniable fact that no one man can knowj'everythtiig; but n man can by n thorough education and experience know nearly everything about one thing and in justice to fellow- men should practice it. be-fcro For all Thy blessings given, For all tho barriers riven, Thanksgiving send me now to heaven, For theso happy days. Our lands productive are, Our harvests sickle yield abundantly, Our industries do thrive, Our commerce is alive, Our liberties do still survive All uncertainty. Iu peaco and union Wo have lived another vear In this Thy world. Aiming at all that's good, Seeking for wisdom's food; We never yet havo firmer stood Nearer to thy word. BEXJGGIST A3STO JEWEX-SB- , Complete Line of School Books, School Supplies, Newest Styles in Fancy Stationery and Tablets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; Largest kind Handsomest Line of Sil- verware, Watches, Clocks right-of-wa- Ex-Ma- yor j Coun-ciluian- J. ! j -- 0. Negroes overpowered tho marshal of Gurdon, Ark., when he attempted The whites to nrrest one of them. turned out and a general battle followed for a short time. One- itinn was killed and another badly wonded. Latku The desperate tight turns out to have been a shooting affray between a constable and a negro, in which nobody was killed. - for "Ca'torl Uso well Infants and Ca-tnr- la Children. ftdaptl to children tliat I recommend ItJusupriortoanyPrescrlPUon . ma ' TI. A AltCUEit. II. D.. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 1 cures Colic, Constipation, Bour Btoinach, fclarrhcBA. Lructation, Kills Worm, gives ultvp, "" promote WltLout Injurious medication. 77 Tub Ckstavr Compint, Murray Street, X. Y. ?! JS3 J M ,. d" .- - ! ,JV"'i c '?-- ; -i- ElSiQB "5KwjyjFg'y-i pu.j.i iiiiaii ,r !'. , vyyv ihiMKnim im iw' ir-i.iii J i'-- . "tf There were two earthquake shocks ordof 2:24 and made a mile in 2:22, Althadon, the yearling colt by Maldon, at Seattle, Wash., Sunday. A heayy biiow storm raged at Nor- trotted against his record of 2:2S nnd George H. Hrasfield, the noted traincolt folk, Fortress Monroe and other places made 2:27. Monbars, the 2 year-oler, ii dead at Lexington. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Stanford, Ky., Deccmrer 1, 1SD1 by Kagle Bird, also reduced his record to wan shot by, in Virginia Sunday. Detective Brewer, who lohn A. Hall, a 1" year old boy of 2:1(5J. 1891. ThoniHS Candler at Somerset, died Fri-- I I Parkersburg, Foil S.U.K. One pair nice match W. V.i , killed a bear which day. in Literttiire, Muiic W. P. coir Ashinger, the hicvclist, broke the attacked htm, it'i a small pocket kuile. horses, 15 hnuita high, one I and the Kiillcorpol Couterx it.iry anil N'ormtl ho.il In. heni ! S r I on ippli.nlum An. Excellent IvurJmi; Jt?itlnnl Cmlx i" iH'i u reward other .) years old, drive well slnglo or miles In 4S Gov. Brown has oll'ered world's record by riding of $1.)0 each for the capture of the Ken- double, also a splendid combined mare, L ft recent letter Senator John U. hours. 4 years old next Rpring, by Silver King, Louis dall hove, who brokejail at Sam Crowley, a Carlisle say9: It is unfortunately true and a No. saddle horse six yearn old, 11. .w, .. ville bow was mashed to death bv that there is a disposition in some quarFiends wrecked a train with -- 00 by Stonewall Jackson, Jr. It. II. ters to subordinate the question of tariff horse falling on him. Crab Orchard. lit. Benjamin Mills, of Flemiugsburg, passengers on board, near Charleston, reform to otheis which are, in my opinKlwood Staiiir has a Durham cow S. C. Gnu person was killed and five ion, far less important to the people nml celebrated his !i7th birthday by shoulthat gives 8 to !) gallons of milk a day. DE-AL1- R others badlyinjur.'d. far more dangerous to the harmony and dering his gun and goim; hunting. There are 1M.10I.M miles of railroad I Ier udder iasn large that it has to bo The large (louring mill of W..T, Mai- buceebs of the democratic party. Tpon Men's. Youth's and Hoy's Overcoats, Men's Suits from $4.50 up the tarifl question we urt prartic.iily un shall & Sou, at Ilmidtrson, burned in the United State?, represented by supported, a collee sack p.used around it During the year 0,:W0 and suspended by Htrings over her back. Boy's Knee !,.M),4 11,171'. while, upon the silver question Thursday. Loss Sl.OOO; no insurance. tied, Pants Suit, from 51.2; un. A nice line of L.ulv's l.uk A pleasure yacht containing six persons were repotted killed by accident Frank Hudson, of Louan, Iowa, boughtof cts, which we and, perhaps upon some others, there propose closing out in the next 30 days hiving reJucc 1 various parties here 21 head of Jersey the prices are wide differences of opinion amoni; men capsized on Lake Michigan, at Chi- and iMl.u.'U injured. per cent, from former price. .'5 The grain elevator of the"Soo" road cows at ?I0. Harrodsburg Democrat. members of our own party dilleienees cago, and Charles and John lvnricli. faA complete line of Lady's Custom made Fine Shoes. Driving Park The Independence at Gladstone. Mich., burned together which can be reconciled only by patient ther and son, were drowned. Men's. Youth's and Boy's Hoots and Shoes 'from the cheapest to An autopsy on the body of Lor! with loO.OOO bushels of grain. The docks Association has announced for its m.y the highest and the exerci.se of a liber.d deliberation grades of Alter & Fonvood's custom work. spirit of forbearance and toleration. Why Lyttou showed that his sudden death caught fire and several thousand barrels year's meeting all entrance money to be A full line of Dress Goods, Notions, anil Underwear. Thin ift a coal wore also de- at : pf r cent, of the purse. Bliall wo ou the eve of a jireat national was caused by the formation of a clot on of (lour and tons of 111 eKT CC WlKoil S Sim iut l.n-l--t n.w , Vfi i), J5 per cent, uieap decided innovation on th 10 percent of ..w. stroyed. M one of the valves of the heart. contest, when victory is almost within s.dc,in".i eon- - two seasons ago and the " per cent, of er thin tlijtt.ne'tti The lessees of the Tennessee The committee appointed to select a vital isour grasp, abandon or ignore t..tr lo.ul ol salt )ust received. guards to last year. The programme will consist i,;b priie paid lor Country pro sue upon which we are united, nml the place of meeting for the national victs will pav for the extra l u when they are re- - of 12.stakes at f 10, X1) nnd 20 classes at (hue .im ( or-protect the prisoners waste our strength in a fruitless contro- convention of the labor and fartnir guard emDie meeting will be held the versy among ourselves over questions gunizatious hits named St. Louis, Feb. 22, turned to the mines, haeli " " r hiimiiiiiii ixmitiiii j mwiniBiipii lSi)- ployed will be sworn into the State mili- two last weeks of August next. which can be better adjusted after it has The annual report of Superintend- tia ami deputized. been determined what part of their own MT. YERN0N, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY George Wheaton Allen, better people shall bo permitted ent White, of the railway mail service, earnings the 1J. A. Brown, who met his death to keep? Let us do one tlnng at a time shows that postal clerks are on l.OSS known as "handbill" Allen, the origina the and all things in their proper order. Tlio lines, covering an aggregate of l."t),.VS tor of the Homestead act, died at Sun-da- from the wheels of the train ou whii h he was braking, was the eldest son of comity infirmary in Columbus, O., iirst duty of the democratic party and of miles. U aged S:5 years. Ho has spent n for- - Dr. J. J. Brown, of this place The Tennessee Board of Prison In- lie wfis, change nil who sympathize with it, is to ' the fie laws under which the earnings of spectors passed an order for of return tune in the interest of the bill, of which ruited in Mt. Yernon ind vicinity and ' the con- he claimed to bo the originator. was 21 years of age at the lime of his are taken away from them by to Briceville and Coal Cteek the people Vrs. Jellerson Divis has sued the untimely taking oil. He was a young, unjust taxation for private purposes and victs released from the two places by the FOR SAIE EVERYWHERE Relford Publishing Company, of man who early evinced btiniiicss idejts whoever proooses to postpone the per- miners. A well drehsed ami unknown to recover royalties on the tales of and put them to pntrticxl Whtni formance of this duty in order to inaugended his life in the woods her hooK, "Jetl'erson Davis, his mother was here h had urate a war among ourselve: over the a wwv my, silver question, or any othenqiiestion, is near Jackson, Teun., by hanging himself of the Confederate States; a Motnoir by entire charge of the office, except a per '"' a wise counselor, and would not and blowing the top of his bend oil" as His Wife." She also seeks to recover tiou of the time which he could .(mrc at not he dropped. possession of the publication, nlleging s.'IumM. imnng tlittt jH'tioi! lie leitrmd H J M K 'I 1.1 make a safe loader U H till. .IS-- , To pay an election debt, John Diiiigh- - violation of the contract, tulegrapiiy ami wn given the position city fathers of Jellersonville erty, of Waynesburg, Pa., spent tt.e day Tuk A bold attempt was made' Sunday of nisht operator at this point a short of perched 011 the top of a high bil well threaten to enforce section .", to assassinate Dr. John Hall, pastor of time tforc his mother turned th nw. the Indiana statutes, which says: "B derrick in n pouriug rain. He loaves a the oth Avenue Presbyterian church, ofticK otfrhi the new apnolnte. After foreajiy persons, except members of the large family. New York, by John B. Bath, a eray two years' work al) the ky, during Society of Friends, shall bo joined in Fireman Woolf was killed and the German. The matt fired thrtxs shot at which time he gave entire satisfaction to j OurjMock of- marriage they shall procure a license of engineer and two postal clerks hurt by a Dr. Hall just as he was passing from his It's emplovers, he was numied to Mi circuit clerk of the county in which C. S. passenger train jumping the track church to the milage, .'next door, but Lila WllliatriH, yottngost daughter ut the ' 'the female resides." This will take away at Boyce, Tcun. Train wreckeia are none Uwk ell'ect. The fellow was arrest- - Mr. J. J. William, a mvichnia of this Jefiersonville's representation as being for the accident. ed and fount! to be laboring under th place. With a view of making a ron the Gretna Green of the several States At a dance at Beaver Lick a general impress-iothat Dr. Hall and others had diicior of himself, h a brake-man- 's Is now almo.t compU-tatul'wc will able to show to tltepeoplc'o Hurrounding. It is estimated that the light took place am! of the 20 odd men entered into a conspiracy against him. piacM and brlstiict attention In Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, as lus "vcr, heTTi 0 elopers from this State alone carry who took part hardly one of them Kugane Fitiwurald was shot and in duty was titling liihisolf for that ps!- ofTcred fv the r i.nection in a year into the little city across the unhurt. Kd Farrolland Coi. Car- stantly killed by Alviu II. Simms, a ti'tti when he lost hi life. His nitng river from Louisville nnd out of this sum rier were probably fatally hurt. drug clerk, at Georgetown. Fitagomld wife is inconsolable. Gum of thy 8aMt the clerk receives piobably 52,000. The Yale won the foot ball championhad purchased some cigars and whrn f it urea of th sevitiviit was thai tie remainder goes into the pockets of ttie ship of the Association Simms asked him for the money for bndy was mi lutdly iiianehl that it wis magi&trates and their runners. by defeating the Princeton eleven at them he threw a cigar lighter in his d fined bMt not to opeu Uie oistct and Xevv York. The score was 11) to 0 and face. Siniins then drew his pistol and n on of the innny 'mrrowlnr Fiiom the number of bloodv and dis' ;!0,000 people witnessed the game. tired four shots into his body. Fitter-- ' whofollovvml th rmiit3 to tho gnue graceful rows which occurred at dances in The old banking firm of Field, land-le- aid was sentenced to tin penitentiary had a vinv of their lepartl frisitd. Mamany sections of the countty on ThanksWuichera vt Co., of New York, have about four veais ago font 14 your term, ny inuttHgeH of eonikknr ware rereivwl giving night one must conclude that that assigned. The assignment was made be- - for the killing of Tice IUII and was out from oteratorti and othnrs from oiiilM proper pastime to engage in on is causo of the mental aberration of Mr. of the pen ou parole. He w.ib a painter all alont; the line. Among them was thr that day. By the way, dances are evi- Field, who i3 a son of Cyrus Field. by trade and regarded as a dangerous following from Chif Telegrapher . !. dently deteriorating. In olden times it Kast Tennessee minors rejected all man and perhaps presumed at times ou Deninlh to Dr. J. J. Brown: 'Mt I.s with waq not customary for the hip pockets of this reputation. profnund ivsret and Mirrow I Iumi of tho youths who' attended such enter- propositions looking to anagieeinent beHoyH'.XIntK, Win. Nobhvof Bfttxum, Ohio, in a the pudilen ami terrible death of your tween them and the leasees of tho tainments to be filled with whisky botspirit of banter, oH'urod to bet with John son, It. A. Brown. Imisrille divJn nocircuin-stances and declared that under tles and pistols, but now to the discredit W3.1rc vtill sole agents for the old shall the convicts be returned to Springer the oysters for the party that No. M. nf the Order of Telttcniplira jAnd Genu HurnMiinf; Goods. men of tho present day, of the young y lie could sit longer on a rail fence than join me in extending our heartfelt reliable waterproof KM. HOOTS. the mines. Etich is not infrequently the case. Think was nccapted land to your family in this your hour In a rear-encollision between the Springer. The wag-seriously'.of what you are doing, young the two men were soon sitting ou the of gtief, but let us consider that an All man, and leave at homo those things Flint and Peru .Marquette express and top rail of a fence near the More. All wi.e Providence doeth all things well." which will make you an unfit compan- the Lake) Shore's Boston and Chicago they sat there, their friends It was the intention of tin telegraphus train near Toledo, O., a woman and an ion for ladies. food to send out wreaths, floral ilefigu", etc, in- - eouraging them with hot coffee, were killed. Others are badly and additional clothing. Toward. morn- - to the funeral, but thev were unable to Ix Ohio county, a saw mill boiler ex- in red and will die l" rai" ,,llr'1 ","1 RUM l'oni u , oaing to t! bncf notice Miss Teuio McKwan, of Kraukfort, " jt ploded, killing Scott B. Keeton, the en. t . .. ... - :.,i.,l ,1. I..11 n.mrlv nil ll'IV I'rillllV. t .1 I IcMiJqiurU-ri j jt gineer, badly injuring Monrou Kniery who sueu me i.. ce raiiroau inr yo'j,- " l'.ir Just, two of Keeton's children. 000 damages, has been given $18,000 bv m'ither of the sitters weakened. and At White I'lin, in the samo county, a a jury. It will be remembered that.MiJs 'wforu - o'clock Friday night Springer, ONLY FOR A dynamite cartridge exploded in a grNt McKwan was accidentally shot by a ne- - wl weighs probably 200, succumbed to Until DECKER BROTHERS mill and James Wilson and John M. gro while a pa&seimer on an L. is x. the strain and fell from the fence. "H'li, were carried home and both ate Ferguson were killed. If there is any- train. ow '" fr01" tho e,iw',rt nho M'"l'""' William Miller attempted to board thing in a name, these calamities may ' Springer has some chance of recovering . AND A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION be attributable to tliegcognoineii the a inovini! electric car in Louisville, nnd TO THE had his leg o badly mangled that he county bears. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. hi a few hours. Charles Youco fell died Gov. BchsKix, who is spoken of as through a skylight in a Main street famous race horse Tom The possible presidential timber, is not old building and was killed the .same day in Bowling sold at Lexington for r0. at the was enough just how, but will arrive city. Hro. Grand t pnght Piano, $0.1(1 litl eligible age early in '!2. The governor the eaino Pon S.W.K. Two cardoads of nnej On the railroad, in Rus- timothy hay, cheap. Robert McAlister, :IMI0 Gladiator Hatch and Case is gnyit and good man, but it's dollars sia, as a train was crossing bridge a over ijtanlonl. L'll.lHI I.oiiiairi 1' I line Iieltl (dass to doughnuts thnt he doesn't receive the a deep stream, of the railwny carriages LI.iiii -- Mr. Doble is authority for the state-- 1 A l.l'iiaii Parallel liible. nomination, which, by the way, is equal fell oil' the bridge and breaking through IL'.ihi gxm lor a A onire Parlor Clock input that Nancy Hanks is to an election. the ice, were hiibtnerged. Twenty-si125.11(1 A High Grade Safety llicycle :07. mile in -bodies have ho far been recovered, and Gi:n John A. Palmkii, Commander-in-Chie- f Thomas Handy, of Wlhnore, bought An Klgin Watch and Boss Case. . . . 25.00 of tho G. A. K.t in a speech made wreckers are still at work looking for (100 barrels of corn in that neighborhood A HaydocK llice Coil Spring200.1111 Handy Top liuggy i ' ' ' ' nt n banquet in New York, referred to more. at il.() delivered. A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Case . Three murderers and a rapist felt the 'I he above is a cut of Dicks I 'at the Confederate flag us "that stinking P. V. Green bought of J. M. Keid A Life Scholarship in Walters' ) halter draw Friday. At Mansfield, La., 75.00 old ray of treason," and the G. A. Bs. l." head of fut hogs, weighing about ItfH) cut I'ccd Cutter, the best cutter Commercial .'Olll'tfO Utis .Simmonds and I'rank (.iaruett weie applauded him vocifeiously. wLYB?0" A Six Octave Champion Organ 200.00 pounds tit :J cents. for all purposes on the market banned forj murdering an unknown man; 30.00 There will be a public sale of SO A houbltt Barrel Shot (inn. . . ought to settle tho question and at .Midland, Texas, a Mexican was shtif- Call and examine. I also have Tuts 10.00 mule colts on Saturday, Dec. iith, at A Silverene Case 7 jewel Watch the gentleman should be given a rest. lied oirand at Many, I.a., George Maxey Harlan's the '2t A High Ann Improved Sowing Machlne.nn.UO stable, in Danville, Ky. Dr. Madison Taylor, of Philadelphia, got IiIh just deserts for raping n ' 35.00 It is claimed that the State of Ohio A 5 jewel Watch, l!os Case Secretary Blaine's physician, declares old girl. 150.00 produces more wheat than all A I'ive Octave Parlor Organ alono Col. V. C. P. Breckinridge that Mr. Blaine is now a well man -- in South America, Mexico, Central Aiuuri- - A Gladiator Watch, Dueler Cu. . 30.UH his approval of Senator Carlisle's better health than for years. A John C. HuoVr Watch Jt Caw. . 40.H0 And the and West Indies. recent letter on the speakership. The im And smother vul liable jrciiiiuiii will The California pacing lllly, Wood Ilauodsburg Sayings in its last Ashland Kepresentativebelieves it would d ol' to yearly only US months old, ho Nviiiph, issue gives two and a half columns to bo disastrous to the duniocnitlo party to has paced a iiuittter nt a '2;2-- gait and an tho Weekly Kinjimvr in April, 1M)2. personal mentions. Brothers Marritnou cast aside the issue of tarill' reform" Enclo-- e one dulhir lor a year's for Car of Kanawha Salt just rectned and Pulliatn evidently think as Byron nny other question. "The defeat of Mr. eighth of a mile at a -- :1 gait. to the Weekly Kntjtiiter, nnd J. 15. Claybrook, of Mason county. did that "it is pleasant sure to see one's Mills," he says, "no matter by whom, 10,000 pounds of new tobacco at name in print. would be accepted as our declaration has sold ami John Prat In r 121, in wintei or'h-'r- , what will ho tho luunhor of Mthseribers A. C SINK J N MKNKKKS Tiik I'nited states and Hawaii have that we are not willing to commit our- sold his at PBourbon News. in the five largest lists received from selves to the reform of taxation.'' concluded a treaty providing for absobought a lot of 'butch Nov. 1,'UI, to March 31, '!)2. K. L. French David T. Beals, the rich Kansas Citv lute free trade between the two conn, er cattle at --' cents. He also bought of For .same term hist winter it- wns tries. The convention has been mgned hanker, has ransomed his abducted boy, Nailer, of this county, a mare lor 29!)!), and tho winter before was by tho representatives of tho two gov- giving $5,000 for the child'.s safe return. ....,1 ., hor of W. T. Smith at $00. The premiums are to he presented The ot-- t s ecte I Moc'c and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. 1 lie little 0110 was iirotmlit to Mr. Beal's, ernments. At tm. Wm. Kaston combination to those whose guesses are correct or n masked man and the For full list see LXMinKIt, hlpjunl'lJOO L'eese to residence by paid' 8a0 at Lexington Saturday 73 head of nearest correct. SASH, L0UI8VIU.K over. Albert FCiiif-- , ,orsea l,r0iiht S51.S00, an average of Weekly Fnquirer, now tho largest 12 money was Michigan last week' and the Timea is the husband ami alleged accomplice DOORS, of i77!(i j,,,,,, Loyalist brought tho high- - pnjje dollar a year paper in the United moved to remark that the supply ia by the abductor, has been arrested in thnt ' . SHINGLES, p'ru-- t IILINOS, States-SIDING, $li,(K)0. no means exhausted. It also adds that city. King, it seems, is not tho man t.t Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. ago the tho fastest Twenty years follow that they all wear ENQUIRER COMPANY, it does not who returned the child and received the .'.year-old trotting record was : 15'. CINCINNATI, O. feathers. ransom. A crowd which gather- - ,"ay it U near :Vseeomls faster. A el round the prison mew so ugly that vt.ar .,,, tiu.re Wpro but two trotters with Wc carr' a full stock of everything found in a KErittsKSTATiVK Si'KINokh claims that AGENTS WANTED. King and his wife were removed to In records of '2:10 or better, now there are his chances for being elected speaker of -Oood Solicitors make from $2.00 to $8.00 dependence Only thoo the Houso tire as good as either Mills or ed not to for safety. Heals has decid seven. a dav durincr Winter Season. prosecute the abductors, claim Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract At Stockton, Cal., Fatiata, the year willimr to work, ladies or gentlemen, need Crisp's ami that he is rapidly gaining ing his honor is invovled. that went against her world's rec apply. ENQUIRER COMPANY, Cincinnati, 0. or building. SINE & MENKFEK, Stanford, Ky. ling pacer, , votes. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal NEWSY NOTES. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, d WALTON, Geo-gctow- n, i 1 Bro-uaug- h, Wo E. PKBKINS, Crab Orchard. Ky., IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. N -' V '- 1 1 1 iis . iflBLkfllinnri RPS ni;r,Mc; anrw Tin iUU5dtN6nUNF9r MR v v. fklS New-Yor- m ne WRTHEUST 2DYEARS. haskem usttvuTH success CELEBRATED RtMtftY an in-- (tost-maste- r 'OMSUMPTIONW0, j NEIAT GOODS, f FALLAND WINTER. GOODS. b n el $0,-00- sd Iuter-Collegiat- Men's and Boys' Suits and frk-m'- s Overcoats, y, I iiot-th- e Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, :Zcii., and cpu-vic- ts j Neckwear, ; ayin-pith- m r d j M'HOBERTS cVHIGGIOTS. s u "-'- en-infa- lt ' I 1 .. 1 ''f" "... I 111 B.K.& W. H. WEAREN Heating Stoves, , j 91. OO Stoves, 1 GRAND PIANO ' one-tim- e WEEKLYjNQUIRER De'-kr- ' r Oriel-Crui- se 11 V K ."j ...... x Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. Dicks Patent Feed Cutter blI ' , ' -l 1 ' . Studerbaker Wagon . ult'-oug- pre-eiitc- htih.-crihcr- .-J OLIVEB. FLOW, with Genuine Extras -- Mib-tfcripti- GUESS J". IB. POSTER, -'. j. - Stanford Lumber Yaid, I.ATII, FLOORING, CEILING, I iff ' O WOVEN WIRE A1TD SLAT FE2TCX. FIRST CX ASS DUMBER YAHD. I - KJ Ti r r- - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal DncKMitKit Stanfokd, Ky, 1,1891 K.o.VALTON,BUB.ManaRer MEANS BUSINESS. Knuhavisu beautifully nnd artistically done nt A. It. Penny's. Yoi'ii Hccuunl is now ready, l'lcnso call ami settle. A. U. lVniiv. Ham: your wnteh, clock nml jewelry repaired at A. K. Penny's. All work warranted. Hkmkmiikk thntnll silverware, watches, Danmi.i.k's postmaster, Mr. S. I) mips, Ac, bought nt A. It. Penny's will onforccH the government law be engraved free of charge. Against Miioking In the lobby. Our postmaster feels a delicacy in doing ho, PERSONAL "POINTS. but would take it as a favor if the Mns. II. C. Kuiiiin li quite eirk. would loavo their pipes on the Miss Km: aii. in visiting friends in outside. Van-l'el- t, ( gen-t'eine- IS. H. Smith lias heon appointed post-Wanted 2,000 turkeys, at once. master at Iledgovillu, Hoylo county, vice Highest market price paid. A. T. Nun- 0. A. Smith, deeenspd. nelley. Ll'MiiKH fornale, boxing, fencing, joist A I'ostoitick has been established at nnd Bennthng, $!) per 1,000 feet. Ludw. Alsile, Whitley county, with Tiios. Owl'illnt, Ottenheim. ens We have some handsome dreH patYestkhday was a splendid day for terns, which wo will close out regardless killing hogs nnd ninny a member of the of cost. Severance k Son. swino tribe felt the keen edge of the Skmiiui. gentlemen from this place butcher knife, attended the performance given by lieechil Mowers' Minstrels at Danville, As "Subscriber's" response takes up Saturday night, nnd speak of it ns a first- - the greater portion of our first page, it is class show, h'emciubcr they are here hardly necessary to call the attention of our renders to it. Friday night, Dee. 11. 1 m s I1 I ! II HII post-maste- Wii.i. the person who borrowed my gun some time ago be kind enough to return it te me at the Carpenter Houpe? O. S. Corpontor. -- & PAKTT COMlNO AISLK. DOWN TUK TKK DlilDAL. n 1 1 Tiiiiuk Hi'MHtKiipn'rH of sample gloves, a big lot of silk handkerchiefs, mullleis, They all bought their garments from D.mville. Mil. s . Mvhiih is working insurance in MuiliHOii county. J. II. H.moimian visited friends at Hichmond lust week, John Kkhucbo.v left yesterday for the. wild nnd wooly wist. Jakk Koiiinno.n' hm returned from n few days' May in Louisville J. V. Ttk, a clovcr'lumber dealer of ltorkcnstle, wai in town Saturday. Mm. John T. Lynn nnd Miss Nettie Wrny returned to Louisville Friday. I'hk editor Ib spending a few days wth his brother, Mr. T. It. Walton, in Atlanta. Mux. It. (i. Hail, of Somerset, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mm. Ueorge I). eareii. trays, Mil. Wai.i.ui: Witiikus. of Thaukcgiving with Mr, W. R'wnt Withers. Mn Jons K.v.i.kms, of Lexington, n.. ,.,,. i ,...:,! liUinntlmr home andsnent! HeraldHH with friends lure. Mn. JimmikK Hainus, of Somcn-etnt Thmiksgiving with his imients, Mr. and Mrs. James II. Haines. Ml MM M U.i.lK ami Kva Hll HASAN, of Crab Orchard, return-.- ! with Mr. John A ilahicMMUi to Uinisville .. ... ...... 11. ...! Unlit.. ..hkk .IU.N.MK IL.use hve returned fiom a l''''W"M v.Mt to Mis Katie llutner, at llrodheiid Mr. D U. ILiMiLrmc Hiid wife .ml. MiMMntti AlfurU, ot Uuisvil K hare lUmUlon, at guests of Mr. ! , Hn-- I, t . ....., j suspcndeis, socks, ties, Are. All must be closed at once, as the I03tn will be vaerset will give a grand ball on Dec. "Iht. cated in a few weeks. Cash Dargain Hytho way, this is one of the best Store, J. S. Jones. lodges in the Mate and the ciedit to a A iiciiof nsphaltum has been iHfcov great extent is duo Mr. J. I Sray, who ered at the depth of 02 feet, under the was inninly infltrutiinnt.il in organizing town of D.udstow n. The good people the lodge here. who invested in P.irbourvillo dirt may Somktimb ago 15. A. Marshhurit, a now have an opportunity to catch even, brakemaii, hnd his foot badly mashed as many of them would like to do. and the greater part of the flesh torn oil". Mil. W. 11. made u singular Dr. II. ( Nunnelley, his physician, perdiscovery one day last week on his farm, formed the operation of and the foot is now doing nicely. The in the forest. When lie cut down n tree doctor is receiving much complimentary a cotton sack dropped from the hollow, mention from his brother physicians and upon examination ho found it contained a number of watches, watch cases heie. silversmith's tools, which were evidentTin: election of ollicers of the I. of ly stolen and hidden there. Somerset I, lodge for tlu ensuing term, commotio IJopOrter. UIB .Iflll. JSt, lM)K JMHt'O llltirsilhy lllgllt. Tim Somerset Peporter is trying to The following is a list of those elected: overance, jr.,u. u.. a. ii.iiniimnn, boom tlmt town again. Thewoodchuek's "" V0 ; It .iiiiiiirr, PrHate; l. V. (liven, remark just before Hying is peculiarly Master of Arms; W. II. Wearen, K. of appropriate, as Drer Pucker will agree It nnd S; I. M. Hruce; Master of Fi- - when lie pauses and thinks of a former iimipi-- ; J. S. Wells. Master ot KxcIimiiiit; attempt to lirt Somerset with the boom towns. The scarcity of money and the W. ). Hill. lack of coiiti.leiu-on tho part of real Ot K CHstom every year is to kill and estate investors will make it an extieme-l- y fc n numi.rof Il0llB. To hard task for the dear brother to acnrcomplisli our purpose this year we Ilml complish; however, he has our best i Wl.HW,rv to rtll on n number of rut- - wuhefc for his of December, IumihiiI of timers the Thk Knights of Pythias lodge of Som- The Louisville Store. Sec how nicely .. they fit. They also sell the following goods: 0ru: skin-graftin- g Dress Goods, Flannel, Shawls, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Trunks Valises Men's Boy's and Children's Clothing. At remarkably low prices. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, ft is &1 fl . . r -- 4 A. UUBAKSKY, m MAXES ANii GABRIEL, Managers. Proprietor. - .3V vk &m V jt . ,,,,,,,,,. )U)U ()M A&d$mm '' m. ;- j LiA&JKlm ' jT. - j O'ejy rr; vt .i S S AND i t ,. STEEL BOILERS, lKI i"t-- J. I r t M Jle iMEVrTV-Jto)lt.- Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, and Portable. All Serai-Portabl- e . ltUm Miic-ess- . o( jf ff. m ' fe- - 4 W -(ieorge Diuidridge Lynn, the bright, Hm, l(f t((M, Wo Mn, NFW QK C1TV I'IM,HHI), OHIO sou of Mr. ami Mrs. (.!. 0. year-old an0M et UlMIUlo ,wlro,llw IIB ,! Lyon, died Thursday afternoon of pneuK iHlailll Aftor coiiMderablc skirmishing the cuntt.2. arit ilnrr- - In lunlru tlild nuiHatlt Kill ' " " '" M"M " monia, and whs buried Friday in tho Cm Dx U, Sti'i.MTM ww down our"" ning animal was secuied, so the first need nr praaintr. M. F. Klkln Mr. and Mis. listen villi- cemetery. Hw telta m tlmt In U dtmig po rmrt was rinislied. Yon know you Lyon have the sympathy of many ;nts Onhnrl mm biiMin-st- i both nt a l.i must catch a possum before you cook We cordially invite the ladies of this vicinity to call and inspect our Tn rei.leiiet of Col. Hull Anderoti, friends hereabouts. l'int Luk mid will tro to the dues him. An old aunty cooked the possum afteriiPur'MrKiniiey, butniMl Fiblay to buy somlc. in the old approved style with sweet po- complete stock of everything to eat, received fresh from the markets. MATRIMONIAL MAFTtRS. M) o'clock. Tho tire orid-nntIhs T. M. Pih.mm.ton went to Mi'-- c noon about tatoes. Everything being ready A. P. from a defective line and hnd gotThe maniiige of Mr. K. It. Davis to McKinney, A. Comenisch, W. It David- We have spared neither time nor money in selecting the following .i urn j.ctnbiy to fix her residence up Miss Alice stunt t, nt Crab Orchard, son, Cant." Jack .Shieldh. W. T. Dodd, the tli rest of tliu funitly movi. ten under too Kret hiwdwuy to lie i i.elv goods which we offer to the public and which are strictly California wl whpn it whh ditoovBrl. A i:om! Thurtday, was attended by a uutnoer of Mish li.x, who bw been qnitti sick, i chicken catcher, J. C. Hunt, king of diHil of the furniture wn hrvn1 hut was fiiunds and was greatly hiipiovm). quite a grand iiHaii. Af- drummers, King Huston, I". M. Fstes, J. productions: Dn. Tiiw. IWiiiov, of W.urt IJueoln, Isidly broken up by hurried baudlitig. ter Itev. Mr. Stout had Silid the words P. Crow and two or three otliors repaired Col. Ainlorhon lild a Hlicy in the Lou- which bound them heart and hand, t was mixing with frit?iHls lnrp Jliki to tie dining room of the hotel, &1XSZ of1.lM-..l- i don v. Livriool A Is. lobe for $'.',000 on they were trewtetl to a delightful lunch Mr. and Mis. l.ouw ny the great horseman, .1. P. Crow, ICice IScaiis, t,e holier, but thu furiture whs u.tinsur-i- i at the bride's father, Mr. William where Mrs. Crow had outdone all preare visiting thtonUuii: Ur, , Mrs. . I (iiblmiiH. Advorm. Slunrt's. The lmppy couple then went decessors in lixing up the table. 'PosTom LiMti, who recently nrteiv-.- . K i XOWI1.I.R. The meeting at the to Dilliou, where Mr. and Mrs. W. K. sum, chicken, apples, cider, cheese, nuts A nice lot of China Dinner and Tea Sets just received. Examine them. . nppiiiutinent s postal rhirk and littn Chiiitiun church is progrseing nicely Dilliou gave an elegant supper and Imp Arc , were placed both pleasing to the hii made several trtps.on this dl vision, bs niul there have been to in thoii honor. They remained with eye ami encouraging to the appetite. hent in bis rt'siguntioii. ,Vt 'tho sMjjges-lio- date. Dr. J. L. Allen, of Danville, is Mr. ami Mm. Dilliou till Sunday, when Everyone had enough and to spure. of (uv. McCreary lie will spend hi conducting the meeting. The supper Mrs. Davis came toS nford, where she Many thanks to all parties and especialsion with her ly to our genial host and particularly to entire lime from now till June prewr given by the Indies nt the Christian will finish out this ing himself for the rigid examination oliurch was a Krnl hiutcs and some school. During the in mage ceremony his lady V. 11. Young has sold the bride, who is a most excellent lady, (LATK ALEXANDER'S HOTEL,' which ho will have to undergo to $10 whs realized. Tin brig Tahiti has been wrecked a student at West Point. to W. L McOarty liis farm, known as was handsomely attired in u green cord dres, with feather trimmings on the Pacific Ocean and it is thought the Faulkner plaeo. Mr. Young will AND CITY AUn VICINITY. frM ' I.L..I. .mi.'., t.i Miitan.iri Gilbert Islanders and the crew that lliltltinr on velvet. of -- 0 men were drowned. containing '21 acres, $2.50 Woiis. has begun on tfle Methodist swapped her farm, CHURCH AFFAIRS. The brig John A Miller burned on Cor. near town, to Henry Padgett, for '.W Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houspnr80iiHge. acres t niila--i from town and z2o. Dr. Itev. A. s. Moll'ett preached the Lake. Michigan Sunday. The crow were LOUISVILLE, KY. lle'-erescued, badly scorched, by the tug Welltowors' W. It. O'Hanuon traded hi" house and Thanksgiving eruion at Midway. A ItKMun mind that W. R. LOGAN, Manaaor. will be lot in tow ii ami tLS iicies of land to a 1W come, which, in turn, caught fire, but performer.s, Minstrels with Notwithstanding the fact that SunA. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. night. . Ilth. ' 10 acres of land in day was a cold blustery day, thoro was a the 11. une.s were extinguished. Western party for bete Friday Uhoiokee county, Kas. Tho doctor will good attendance at each of the churches evt)i it htock of sho.'s ts complete in NEW ADVKItTISKMKNlX ornithine to pntctice medicine at Kings here. The countiy people who usually ery line, including the best Mihool shoes vi'le. V. II. Orr will remove to Ohio in were here and deserve much wiine, tjbehad. Severance it Son. a few days. His wife is a legatee to a credit for coming. irgn estat in that State. J. C. Howard, a wealthy citizen o,f Ml IK buyeis will lo well to attend ih tit ...11 nriv itfll iiiv Triml of ul ji milo nnrili of M mfnril, Kv "lit t Muhlenhurg county, was engaged in Kltuaml DKM.KK IN- the Mile of .0 mule colts at Harlan's staICbioiiMtion. Mam.iku IhnoM Danville pie Will isurr in sholl. December 6. "Jt prayer at the ireenville Presbyterian any nnc hm,j In uuf hur ble, in Danville. At ply tn Kobert A. Drown, of Mt. Vernon, was s nn J HRIl.Hl chinch, when he dropped dead from Mn, P Owi.h. who in been a si instantly killed Sunday morning about He was (iO vears old and disease. huart C3-A-S-Elent partnei of Mr. Mack llullnian, hasj oMock by the second sm'tiouof freight Intel been an elder in the church for 10 3:to, of which he was a brakemaii. sold his interest to "that geiitlomaii. It train years. AND UlKPAIRKN HONE. wore I ho supposition is that when nennng w.is not gent rally known that they Itev It. A. I laden writes itov. D. the iKittom ot Cedar Creek Hill he went Highest cash market price paid 2f All work ptrt nors. I'ine Watches a Specialty. wananted. '01, that he had safeout on tho top of a box car to loosen thu Helm, date Oct. for g Chinkiang, on the I will take old jjold or silver in exchange for goods. A i.u.iirssow fell.saturtlav night and brakes and while doing so fell between ly ai rived at river, w here he will remain a Suiul.iv, and on Sunday night tho iner-- the curs. He was not missed till Crab studying the Chinese language, The Orchaid was reached and then the ry took a downward shoot. tram year , on tho Grand was bountifully cleat, could not back to hunt him because then go to weather yesterday &c, at Ho was Cuunlf'And open it new station. but cold. passenger train 'Jo was nearly, due. After good spirits. in excellent health and '& CO., M. F. in li'ihad flatbed there was notsulllcionttime the boss shot IIknhv Phiii.u-sithing much better than expected to niiike ti swrch, as 'ill was on time "Kverj KY, this section. Out of .".0 shots he killed except the ignorance of the people and nud not (ar distant, and it was not till It partridges. Jailer Owens and County all the evils that follow in tho track of suafter it had pased Crab Orchard that Cleik Cooper should go out and take a Peineinberiue to all friends."' Good tho train and ciew began to look for perstition. few lessons from him. him. They found him not fur from tho Mc KINNEY. Is Receiving His d Quick Rising Buck Wheat Tim following ailvurtistnneiit appears bridge across Cedar Creek, mangled "Wanted Progress: II. M. requested me to try and Flour, Maple Syrup, Rolled Oats, recognition, three trains having Your in the Todd County 1 3 A few more young ladles mid gentle- passed over his body, and it was brought not up hoiuethini; from here aa often hk Cracked Wheat, Imported Macaroni, Cream Cheese, Strawbermen in Klkton. It Is too long to have to to this place, where I'ndertaker Hull-inii- I win. Goods Warranted and a Perlect Kit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. Severn! of our young people went to ry, Pme Apple, Quince and Rasptook change of it. A foot, three for the new crop." wait " berry Preserves in bulk, Lemon and his sculp were the only parts of Hustonville i'hursday night to the Mils. A. D Keid will tuko her elocu bis body thnt were not ground to a pulp and Currant Jelly in bulk, Peach They report a real nice time. tionary class from this place to give en- nnd the sight of it was sickening in thu Miss Lillian Tanner is visiting and Apple Butter, Pickles, plain, tertainments at tho following points extreme. Mr. Diown was just 21 years friends in Lexington and other neigh- sweet and mixed in bulk, Pickled Mt. Nenia, Dec. th; Turnersville, the of ago and a sou of Dr. J. J. Drown, nt boring pi ce.. Mif" Florence Mates is Onions, Pickled Olives, Celery Mb; Ibtsh Dranch, 0th; McCormacks, Mt. Vernon. About a year ago he elop- visiting friends in Lebanon. Tho much Dressing, Mustard Dressing-- Gra tholOth; Hustonville, the 11th. Choice ed with Miss Leila, the hi year-oltalked of ijuestion. who is Hill Colley ted Horse Radish, New Prunes, be"3IODEE Figs, Raisins, California Apricots heats for those who buy their tickets .1. .1. Williams, of the going to ni.irn'.' lias at Inst been tottled, ' duughterof Mr. and Peaches. Cranberries, Stanforehand. Hiime place, and they had lived happily Mnrried, at Somerset, V. A. Colley and dard Canned Fruits and VegetaMessenger says that together since. Mr. Drown was nn ope- Mis. Nunnelley, on Wednesday morn bles of all kinds, Corned Beef, Thk Owensboro Dr. W. D. Ariuendt and Mr. Win Foor rator and was for several years in the of iug. Deviled Ham, Chicken, Turkey, As prearranged, the 'possum supper &c, Fancy and Plain Candies, have bought the Orand Hotel at Hull lice at Mt. Vernon, but in August gave Liict week several men in and anapolis. The price paid was ",(M up his position on account of ill health t'linio oil. l.., Cakes, Nuts, California Green . i.. Cheese, braking. Ho was a tirOtlllll .ticrvillllfj iii.iuu niiiwicmciun Fruits, Bananas, all in great VaHouse, in and has since been and tho manager of the have been steady young man and highly thought to have on opossum supper in lieu of riety, Fresh and Nice, nothing Pi'Gservcs the same city, says it would Or. Kites but the Very Best. cheap at $20,000 more. Dr. Ariuendt, it of by tho ollicials of the road. Messra. the time inuueniorial turkey. Cauien-isc- h willbereinenibered.iiuirried Miss Jenniu Jack Adams and Hugh Miller came was to furnish the 'possum. A. Lamps, Glass- - and Quccnsw.ire, Tin- - and ,Woodcnware, Fruit Jars, bring apples and cider, Hill was to Buchanan at Crab Orchard and lived down Sunday afternoon nnd took the G9 Opposite Portman House. Jelly Glasses, &c. Dodd promised to bring n chicken. body to Mt Vernon for interment. there a. yea or so. I b-e- ni(.vo wr MuiU Jmiryt ,t wf w DEATH'S DOINGS. V4?rWft!iiMi5 h. x&ft&mmk 'Q&Jti$g' sizes up to power. Uncqualod in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Dttrahilitv. 26-hor- fill "' imBEim .t iSa-rtrI Write for Ku-- Illustrated PjinplcU .itnl vnur wants to & i3RSS ! m ypry 3 THE JAJIES I.EFFKJ. & CO., n 1 1 1 1 - TO , THE PUBLIC. to-dn- . oil e con-tro- ll now-kep- ItoH-ell- , 1 Apricots, Primes, Pcaclies, Pears, While Cherries, Pliuiis, Navy Green dtjjcs, Oat Jlcal, Lima lieaus, Hominy. iv.'il-nililitio- FiSLHHIS & KiLRDrN-- n THE WIQLJLAlrlB Per Day. e, bed-for- d THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. Rates D'-c- .. 5ooDpASiRSAi.T:.)pQ-j'- p I 1 I K, it FENZEL PROMPTLY -- Uki-(il- r 1". I WATCHES. CLOCKS & JEWELRY. NEATLY 1 I '!, Yang-tse-kian- on Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ELKIN Chang-chow- H.6.RUPLEY,- s SS-i- SIAN1-ORD- , Everything to Eat. Ij-y.in- n Fa and Winter Goods tin-er- a mip-pe- r. Go , to A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" d For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, liice, Picldes, and Jams; ' ! s JESSE I. WEAKEN, dfA? ' h w.Klfl .' tf uiA' i e&j SMJ& "t -- "TM- - j 4 -- ''V W T'Wr' 5V?3ipFFJHWPVf i"W K Semi-Week- ly Interior Jodrmr. AT Publluhod Every Tuesday and Fr dnj- 5W JJH 1 YKAU,iy n..t o paid SH rWhfn 60 vrr AlNCM !! e charged." r, Jtt "i&Gfi tst mm&?amr&2. lacae HE.R WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. vf r. K. 'i. LOCAL TIME CARD. INTENTIONS WERE OF THE DEST. Train at naM 5:o i. n. L. Rowland at 7.00.1. in., returning & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. North South South North. , Mail tram Express goi train" ..it jam i34P" 19 P ... South The Utter trains lo arry passengers on standard time. Solar The above is c time it aK"t t rti"os filler 1 Local Freight tth 7t?t 6um Golds and Coughs croup, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness cured by Ayers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effective emergency medicine. It should be in every family. Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co Lowell, Mass. SURGEON' DENTIST. on Mam street, oser W. R. McRoberu Dm; Store, Stanford. ? A. S. PRICE, Office R. r C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Nitrous Oxide Uas gucn far paialos un stairs extracting STAN roitn. KENTUCKY. Dr. 3a. C.ZMunnelley, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, STANFORD. K.Y. Office in Odd Fellows' Uuildmg, up stairs Office liours 7 to 8 .t m , 1 to a p. m , 7 to 3 p. m. DR. AY. B. PENjNT, Dentist. '"Office South side Mam moot, in office recently Tinted by Or. I.. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, Homoopathio Physician, - - - KENTUCKY. STANFORD. to to u Office Hours 0 p. m. Office on Lancaster street, opposite court house. tor Itroilli, hut Her ?lUlliiTtMl. i:ilirl A iirty of iiale fuctHl but briiit eyed on the Erie railroad children filled a one day in smmuor, as the Intin sped t streets of New York nway from up tnnoiit; thi' cool, fresh fields of the wilier of tlio state. Tlieir elotht'3 bliowwi tliat they were poor, and tlieir eager, wondering looks, as the trees and the streams flashed by, proved that they were unused to the country. They hud been gathered up from the slums and rookeries of the sweltering city, and by a fresh air iund to weie being kind people in the country, who had agreed to givo them a two weeks' holiday. Tho delighted chatter of the little lf wuifh fdled tho car, and made heard above the clatter of the wheel. All were wild with glee at tho prospect of good times, and they kept the individual in charge of them buy attend ing to their incessant questions and keeping their heads inside tho windows.. Only one little child, a boy of iHThniM ten years, with a tweet and mournful face, sat by himself perfectly silent. None of his comrades spoke to him, and ho kept his face glued to the window pane and his back turned to tho merry rout. At one of the way stations a warm hearted woman got on the train, and hearing that there was n party of little "freh airs" on boaid, she made her way into their car and let her good, motherly heart wauu up at the sight of so much happiness where uo happiness hud been before. Before long her o'.es fell on tho one foileut lad of the party, and her woman's sympathy went out to him at once. He was evidently one of those unfortunate beings who even in their childhood have not the faculty of making fnendh, and who suffer untold pangs of loneliness because of their repliant mnu-newhich i only timidity. Others had by their gift of money made all the car happy but this oue; here was her opportunity to make this one rejoice, too, by a little persoiiHl effort. So she but down hetri(le him and began to talk to him. What was his name? Where was he going? What would he do in tho fields? Did he love the woods? Ami so on, but to all those the lad made no reply; did not even turn around. Sin peered into hie fare and sxw tears on bin cheek. "Por little man, &ho exclaim ed, "loan your head there," and she put her arm around him' and gathered his curly head on her bosom. The little fellow looked up at her in surprise, but Beoirv; only kindness in her face, nostled ou Lfjr shoulder and let his heavy eyelids tlto Met Wt-r- l)rcr'il cr tho-iio- to W'iiuhii, ru.iidt'a or married, mother or wifv, ln. In s oMimr) where tho birth of n dough-to- r rulauiltj.f-fctim- l twctHHlortl to tun pus rlnliti hlrli Hre only unwillingly ltd u tito ilu-i- by Urn ller proaeurts Kin uuuvt-tU- ii p!IIIbi1 imtlons lu the NitiPttwtitli cutur, tliw (rHtltudo of Immunity. If tutJ 0im nottiini; more, his rlnim to lr m uviu'fnt'tor of mankind snuld 1ks Ikhhi Hvn miliar the luwt am they ! In the ntttrtM f tha clMiul ut prvM-n- t Utciil iHMitltin of Moslom fruinltss ma b mid to isniiKiro fiui'iably with (hut of Kumcttt 11 lnU-imlMl- !i has at last ieiuoed fiom the memory of tho founder of his religion a stigma under which it has rested So far from for twelve centuries. degrading woman and relegating hor to n position of obscurity and slavery, Ameer Ali says the prophet Mohammed was the best sort of a woman's rights man, and did all in his power to elev.ite and tree these";. Mr. Ameer AH hurls a brave Inuce at our modern civilisation in these word: Till" trachvr hIio, In au .iri whoti mi mutt-tno Mtont, inn .immuiiit kam any rltfht r, Wlutt tlir) I'rophet M.iluintniril lliil for tlio Woinrn tit" Ixluui. A lent netl Mohammedan, Ameer AH, Wl. IIOIIIUII. it.-e- r, l ' j a m.; 1 to 3 p. m.; 8 to 4se. Jf tell you oue of a boy who dreamed ho was a butterfly." So she told him a long story, and as he w;is not jet aflleep when NATIONAL BANK sho finished she asked him if he liked it. The boy made no reply, but looked OF STANFORD, KY. blankly at her. Then she told him a funny yarn that would make a graven S200,OCO image giggle. Tho lad never relaxed a Capital Stock muscle, but looked as sad and gloomy as 16,500 before. Surplus . ; "What is the matter with tho little the fret Attention of th public is invited to Stanford Hank that this is the .ml National National n Hank Act. follow?" she inquired of a child who ran Under the oroMs.ou of the oy ner in tne aisie. "is ne always sail.' depositors ate secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor an Does ho never chatter with his playso amount equal to the stock, by athat depositors of mates?" fund of $co.co this institution re secured "No, please, 'nm," answeied tho child, statements of thHcondition of the bank Five worn are made enrh year to the United St ites governstates times "lie's a deaf mute." !. are eximmcd at ment and it Then tho lady went into the forward by government agmt. thus securing additional perfect satety to depositors. and tne car. New York Tribune. This insuttuioa, ongintily established is Deposit Rank ( Stanford in ilj8, then . l 0.5 and 1 ho as the N itmnal Hunk ot Stanford for as the irst National Hank of again It is a mistake to try and do altogether practically an until Stanford in iSS., has bad existemeef yean. It is better supplied without sleep during an arduous Teat of now with ladlitlts for traiisaititiR business prompt and endurance lasting several days. Such ly and Sibtrall thanev.r before in its loop fiduis the verdict of Mr. Mills upon his late honoMble career Accounts of corporations, ciaries, firms Mid lndmduals respectfully bicycle ride from Land's End to John O'Groat's. When within four miles of Director) of this Bank is compoied ol The the goal it was not muscular exhaustion of Stanford; T. J. Foster, that mado him lose the seven hours Torestus Rd, Lincoln county spent in sleeping. It was simply a feel- J.W. Uaydon, Stanford ; 39-'- I tell jou a tory?" No answer. "Sleepy, are you':" she asked. "Shall "I'll FIRST 111 Ni-fi- .Mpi-ii- solic-te- d. J S. H. llatighman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt Vernon; S. T Harris, Lincoln; V "" 4. ! -- J.S.IIocVer Stanford; V. G. A Lnclcey, Lincoln; T P. Hill, Stanford; O. Welch, Stanford. V. P. Tate, Stanford. OFFICERS: J. S. Hooker, President; John J. Me Robert, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier 95-- l' retw.ited shakings of his friends who had come to see him perforin the last part of hi jonrney. could rouse the cham-- ' pion to make one short, final spurt. Ex- 'venuco has forced upon Mr. Mills tho conviction that at least two hours' sleep per day is essential. He is still confident of being able to do tho journey, under favorable conditions, m three and a half days. London News. s v.. ilrAU."C1li(a kit cTrnn'r flifih nrr .,.,. 'O fF ..... j...,.j .v ut. v..m .aiv..sv nil the pravers and entreaties, nor even tho i , "fc Tho Cultivation of I'riinot. The cultivation of prunes in Call-iOF STANTORD, KY., foruia said to be profitable, about one dollar per tree, or $.100 per acre. Is now fully organued and ready for business with This rate increases as the treo grows the Paid up Capital of - - 5200,000. old, untiltwo frnit each year is worth almost of - - - 15,000, State Thomas dollars. Surplus, . Beck has given up everySUCCESSOR t THE LINCOLN NATIONAL thing else to engage in tho cultivaHANKOKSlANrORD, tion of the prune. The P.tjaro Land (Now closing up) witb the same assets and under and rait company was recently formed the siine management. for the purpose of raising this fruit in Uy provisions of us chaitcr, Depositors are a, large quantities. It has bought COO acres protected as aio depositors in National fullv held individually of land in Pajaro valley and will plant Banks, its shateholdeisbeing amount of their stock an orchard of French prune trees. liable to the extent of the They therein at the tx value thereof, in addition to the amount inverted in such shares. It may net as will Imj from four to six feet in height ' I-- Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. Ilimklln's Arnica Salvo man. 1ULEV ROUSE, The best srI v ih the world toe cui, hrmsss salt rh.um, fcr In 1SJJ0, when Abraham Lincoln was a ' sores, alcrr,ihtiMuins, corns sores, trtier, cha V. H. HIL.EY, Proprietor, ped lisnd, and all Mt. srwji candidate for to the Illinois lions, and cures piles, or lie pay rejti-e-- Kentucky. - It is gtMtantrcd to giv prfeci sauslactior, London, legislature, he made this statement of or money rlundel Price .5 cents per boi. his principles: "I go for all sharing the Per sal hv A R. Pennv, Stantord, Ky. has e moved t" mv new lintel and sat battel privileges of tho government who assist ptepartd thati ever U aciomnioltte the public Now Try This Good Livery attached and eseiy ransraieHCc dein bearing its bunions. Consequently I sired, (jive me a call. nu will It go for admitting all whites to the rights Ha.nl will rest tve anoihiuK and or n survlr dotmi IRANK RII.FA. j trouble uith if )ou b inuch. cold of huffmgu who pay taxes or liear nrnw throat, chest t luars l)r King's New Dicot-- r Coughs and Cold i 1 (or Consumption, by no means excluding females." In to "ive rtlif I or money will ssa swid hark those days there was no emancipation. Sjulletcr from - C.npr found jast the thiag LIME AND BRICK. a speedy and Women weie called females, so Lincoln and uurfrr 1its u.f hadhotife at ear perfect recttv-r.sample rs ei peine a ad made au exception as to race, not as to learn f t sourself just how good thing it U Tri I will deliver I imt ai s Cent, a llu.hel la l haul., fice at A K IVnB) Uruh' Hate Irge sex. sisc 30 tents and $1. SUnfid and the iieighb..r'Ml M. Lemon is now sole editor oi Mrs. I will (lea load on tarsal I rab Orthard llrit.li Spooimen Cuaos Tho American Pnbliriior, n thriving On m a chM . v II Clifford. New Cadl, Wis . was troubled at ;i cenis a hundred trade (taper in New York city. She with neuralgia and rheumatism, hi sssiach was ijom rKKD Kill r t;KK. Cr.b Ort haid wit writes lunik reviews and does all the dls. rdird bis liser away alfecled 10 an alarmiag and he was tatnbly redegree, appetite fell editorial work, ilerides her duties here duced in flesh and strength. 1 brae battles of bim this busy and capable woman also finds F.lcctric Bitters emrd HainsbHrg. Ill , had a hdward ShepherJ, time to write editorial contribntions for wre on Ui leg ol eight eart standing Used , three b4tles of hleitn. Hitlers and vitw base I.Cuiascuit, brui.es, ssld sores, skin diseases, Geyer's Stationer ami a Christmas an-lest is seaed a Salve .. ...... t ballet fislala. . .11.1 1....I. it. .nut . ot Heckled s, AranS.lejUr aud his Ohio, ha.1 cotlss, Demons, piles, braises st.raicties it has iuuiu """" Tl..... Catawba. Whatever oacns.de noisott ntl id h hss lev. ktors tlio work a thoroughly trained, talented ve Wit sre used it hss given endrrful snuMaclwa and wta was r.ieciric in woman can do in every field m which osm hmcaraox i.aenottieStlse sated htmlers anu it proeensiiy tor .rmwvmg aoreaess Is r small. a cntue-Ix Iturklea s Arnir hie. Nunserovis lesnuwtiuls will be severed and she has been tried. Sold at A K Pvnny's drageisrv. Made will appear its this space at a later date nd sll by Ladies, take note of it: Wherever J. B IIU'.r.lKS. Swafo.d, Ky. Lady Henry Somerset goes in this conn-trand gives one of her ringing tomjHr-- ' ance addroassis, the papers siieak enthuMATHEWS. KKS. siastically of her sweet voice. It falls Wasm Rabf wm sick, tto giro lur Cftsbsrku like lnn-i- e on the ear. Why do not w Whan alia waa a CWIil, aha urtwl for Cnatorla. PORCH AS1KO aVUBNT, American women cultivate such voice? ' Whssa i4k llss... sho ohiHc; U Caolyrla. : : : Illinois. It is in the lrouvr of every woman to Whan so aad CM 'rxai.sJio gnsa tfeous OastorU in fcweet, clear tones. jy 1'lyaseuib PUcooe sSio Wntwort Ave Governor IJnrber. of Wyoming, anya Remit be Cosssassassoa l bsw cent of the women in that young state: "You Orsler. Postal Ntsse, haw Yarts Ita.kenge mt by Btareas. Ussssoetassitnai her feafftitfaa sa all htsa know our total population is 70.000, of i ssa ot goods onea.ssai td which ia female. So a man farsn af vi t wlk straight in Wyoming, for the LOT, DweiraMa Crab Otchaid teres i. NOIICRTOTMK women hold the Imlnnoa of power, and pita, i nik. sie'f.'id W II WILLCR tf they are using it wisely and judiciously. PUBLLC. T11AVKL1NG They are making onr sohools tho models of the country, and, too, can make .i dol1 lar go much farther than their 'hub.r" w d I hac opened la cooaeilha will, rav Hotel, the bies.' " peep.. i A woman invented the street sweeping machine at present in uo. If now another woman could only invent some A . . ei'.4K-lwny to make men ami voters use it a FIr.st-Clns- s little oftenor and much more thoroughly leivcrylJStalJlc, this second invention wouhl quite equal Andoflerthe servirss of it ta the public Ilraad the first in importance. rw xchlrles and lieah blooded horses wake my .ti! I. t niu.e with of a speech that is read, Noto the effect The Bost in n a cad. Country. then of one that is spoken, and you will t.i.r nover again will you mid determine tint P tiKMNM'mpnesar a paper liefore your club, but speak what AI l'JKNM'in.r you imve to nay, looking at your audience Pi face to face. Magnetism streams from the ej e. Tho most fashionable club in the betv.itifnl town of Warren, O., is tho SlAM'OltD, K , Women's Political Equality club. Th-- i ladies spend not so much tune trying to COFF3SY, IMo'r. get suffrage as in preparing themselves to use the ballot wisely when they get it. They regard woman suffrage as a is rjlh s ILt.l, renovated aad rrfumished,so aik.w to in iiiv charc and I intend la conduit t foregone conclusion. At every meeting but lo add rotonl) snainiuin itebitfh trpMlaiioo, accomenda-tior- s there is a parliamentary drill which is Special to Its lone lilt ol friends for commercial travelers and tlae rooms lor one of the most admirable fpaturei that thedltpoy of samples. could possibly Ikj introduced into a woman's club. Thee intelligent aud enter A First-Clas- s Saloon prising uuueg aiso resoive tnemsoives - rfy sV POOL ROOMS attached. And IIILLIARDand regularly into a class for instruction in JOhfcl'H COFIKV. j7.,f civil government. The men of Warren must wako up or the women will pros-- ! A ( Lsaham John It Cattleman ently know more than they alxmt tho ' government, tho. of three ,departments ... ,. ..,. The . . utute.i btiites constitution mm .mhiiou all the historv and nuostions. Besides things named, the members of this ever to be commended club do something else. The)' require that all the sptechea Who has creited such a sensation in and around lhat almost Lo.iikville, Kv , by cunni; shall be spoken, not read. If there were badled t'te ineJiral traternitv ol the country , Dr Rea has charge of the Klrslncil and not so many other admirable feature-InDepartment tl.e about this society, I should say this last stitute, Louisville, ofKy Medical and Surgical one was tho best of all. Oh. ves! I am fully persuaded in my own mind that He will visit Stanford at the My this Warren organization is the model ers House, Friday, Dec. i. women's club for the time. MAKAGKKS, Retiirnin;cers ntonth during- the year to reEliza Archard Co.VNr.it. I brain, pound for louud of the weight of her liotly, than a A woman has more lliititoor CostiiuiPK. K. Every autumn the fashion papers como out with elaborate designs for hunting Is a Candlditlc lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, to tin action ol the Democratic party. and tramping costumes. Mot of thorn are extremely coquettish, but entirely unpractical. They are nearly all elabN. orate, t.Kht lining and theatrical. If Is a candidate for Subject as you really like to shoot, your common to tho action f the dunocrac) KlKtion Nov. ttkis. 5011M' will show you that scarlet feathers in your hat and brass or silver buttons on your gown will be sure to attract tho FAII-1- I attention of the game ami seriously interfere with jour clnmces of bagjring I hsreby watti eir) person from hunting on or anything. piVrtHg through, try turns r the farm i;ntrall) farm no brWkjint i sue !ith A "hooting dress hould lie made of kaown person .MtCart, ihrounh sahl lrms without Kvprs passl'ig conrse wge or "tronsering." ns neutml prmitson vitl Ire uUd D. M LREK.HION. in color ns pomiblc. Made with a tolerably hort skirt and a Imwe Norfolk waist, a cartridge belt, legifintjfs and soft felt hut you are ms well prrjuired for a ten mile trump thronxh the woods or Lot oa Main Street in Staiilord oi er the inlries km sre your men a tes Cotitaiaing i hoi-in- g Coitluroy nmkes rrms easv. or trwinpiiiK a.iits except that it in Tit WAl ION, Stanford. apt to cling to the leg and render ater tlte Itrnt uille or two. Another excellent mater is I ia buswhull tliinnel. nbiainable at am of th largur ItuZHHti;; where ;irtini; are j .its is s..M ery darjiite, it will atantl In ihc corporate limits a Rowland i UiiiiHrnf ami it it. ie H I. DAXSI'. Rowland. i it i ' ; " R. GENTRY sab-je- cl $1,000' Cask. lot sile ptivately mm Arret of ,,,4 6 l C O on the iom rset rmd It has e store taws and Isarti 4onir-i- n a dwelling and r. hard and plenty o water Ifrnbrr tlootl Call on er afltl.es lis at Iran otcnaiu, Kv IIAbTIN .1 COI.I IKR .l We J. MEXEFEE, Sh-rlf- T. roiht simth oftr POSTl. FOB. CASH OITLIT. Having purchasiil the inirrrit if ie frmtr Mr. W. R Mil'hir.oii I ask a " lit shairrflhc patronagr nl the aoplc of R wlan s and slcmltr. I will minimi t'e cash busiiit-which the him of Hilton A Mi I'herson Url'' l a d think I can rustly prot sens it wilt la h.tirhil to bot my cesiums. n ami mrillf lo instance kA .u these pcicn, to ion. a. grin . lit i ofre Si s ArSu kb-I ttsl sugar MMind and all other gsieds hi .r,orti. n Ai Havt an hand at all naies lumSrr tnd liiiisrles f. sale J H Mil IDS ! Uii'i. K 57 i m partnrr, cv-i- m po. d, PORSALE! Tos Salo (r it "t com-intimiti- s. gsl THE SHELTON HOUSE, D. A. walk-iutjdiMfn- it TWADDLE. Proprietor, Twenty X,td llowlaiul, Kirst-clas- - - Kentucky. e-- g. s accsMiiHHsdatlors at tea o mo hie ratri. Oaen day and aight. Saniplr nora and ifooil livery conHeclloa. in THE PCJSTKD. 'Ihisnaiice forewarns haaiers, fsehjssrsnen and others not to tre.psst em nar lends wlthaut per mitsHHi, at all a. h will be ptmct .led to ihe luil-eesifatof the law Signed C I st d. 1 st M.si'iMiVAMtinKt h IIKIH I 11 A I I rllOMAh sIH I.F llAtl r M I It nar-tntr- AINFs lAMVsl IVrSS I s flllt I !! H AND I- 11 s I .1 I ran-Min- g mm mmm mi isfuim, r...,.-,..l- j i f"r BniaEB:ggBsai3 I i ) tj n il r e vl'i r ' t Its ,6-i- y 5t Louis, Ileiroil, &4iihikan I' mt,.. I FRMK ISMSsaaaiaSIs , New York, Washirgi.s. IJ'.ivleti tiate Rubiswe.il, so Chtaeo. lluffalo, tod (he West. Canada, Ntw Ksujlaiit), lirss.amt. SSo.ston, , Chicago,: IK.IMA Harro.'sht( llahimo.t, Shoitei .nJ I rsntfnti, lilait.li hit, Ky I ' Foas-Oas- h ; one-fourt- h FORK yo-- car. saMtlkts: csrs ana tt..snrs through wir. oca, Firtains;haai, Mend out tbaeire via Chaiian en nsnie for Knot tan stalinf duoci tonne-tbssullr, Ashevdhr, Llnthitarg aad point ill tbe italwi Trains, hegrsurs Ctsatnaa, Palinwn lloadoir s i'XIVOYlXIXG I M1TSHS HOUSE, I t the AtCkaMassaota for AUaau, Caisiaibsss, Wi.mlur ton, Car'.ion. Augusta, Mastsa, Savannah, Hrsinswsct., Lake Cil). 1 hoausvlUe ans) M.ORI DA The enly line ruanieir solid trains with choic I'allman fvou.l.ii r I'.Imc eieotHne Cats in (a I. soatille ssilh.Hit ctuuifci-- lor say tlasaof passer gets or begtfaite Sltaa aad Montgonserr, Ilaalssdle, Drcttur, Kb reiiie. .Memphis and All K AN sAS punts Shrf-t- t and qaKLett to Amnion Selm.s, M.i bUe lit rt toanetiHiAs maie a MiH MR I I'AN Witt-u- t vsnslhui traaslrr for onivettoa lleustou, Awst.a. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The onlv through line - liw.iiHnd Vi. li'mrg, Mia . hbrevepurt La , making Hire, t ei.niiei tiors without oainihus tiauslcr lor Dalits hurt Worth, Austin San Anlorie, Kl Hasn and oHtiin -- au $ PORTMAN HOUSE, TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORHIA. ratee riKlf t couals naps and lull intartnation tall on A , nit at Jutu iiun Citr.Ky , oraad'-s- s rllANh. MlKlI.l.kY, Tiav rst Agt Irstngton, Ky D MM t F.K Irstrlc Vaner , Clncnnsi I) G KDWARDS o 1' -- V T A . JttSlZVll Kentucky Central R.R. Tho i THROLCH TRAIN- - CI VCINS'ATI TO MID ClHAsW KOLrUMO." 8hortei and Quickest Itouto from Contrnl Kontuolcv to nil points North East, West untl bouth-Woubetween Loxlnston nnd Cincinnati. JU-.LTJ- t. Kan-Lin- J DLk.ilOROi:i.llandJFLLtCO. SCIIKUDLE IN ICITKCT NO South-Round- DR D.D.REA dlsi-a.e- s ij, . t(oi o Siwgeon& Specialist ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. . No I. lL.ily a 10 8 9 41 No. " ' , .. i a Y.i i , Insurance Company, Lve Lvc Lve Arr Arr Lve Arr Cincinnati .. Covington.... Falmouth.... Tans . .. Lexington Winchester.. Richmond... Lancaster . Stanford, Richmond it a m a p n 11 a tS a 10 I'arit it Sur-pic- al Arr Arr Arr 15 a a 10 p 1 35 p 4 41 p I ai BARBEK&CASTLBMAlf Commerce Building, Louisville Accnts throuKhoiitthe South Lve Arr Lisington. Arr Middletboro North-Hound. 7 3J i i No" 35 p p p p . s co p mi 55 p m m 8 oS p m, i o p m m ) it p in, ni.te i p m o it. p m p ta m it ( 13 m in ....... m 50 j .a 8 . m i , m in in in Sun ' iJipm jmj'J 111 No. a. No. . - Tlio lli.nin Mucin lle.tiitWiil. j I i I j j main one dar Dr Rea has been connected with lite largest hospitals in the country, mid has no superior in diaslioncc and treating ditratos Hid dcfoimltio He will give )o fur any t'ti.e that he can not tell the disease and vh.ro located in fivu minutes He vill return to Stafford every month this year to remain one day. l.ve Livingston Arr Richmond. Lvc Middlesboro , VT. j ' executor, administrator, trustee, anindtvidiud To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnagiiitf the Lincoln National Hank of cv.e here tender our manv thanks and Stanford, their business trust they will continue to transact prompt attenwith us, ofleilng as a guarantee for our twenty yens' experience in tion to same, ut bjikJonndas liberal eccuuiinodaliotis as arc with sound banking. cou-slitc- &C, us fully as IfllAll 44T.4 till- of these trees is to be three years old and tho grafting one year. Next year they will begin 'to yield fruit. Tho average life of the tree is thirty years. Exchang1'. A QUAINT I'lav IWl' lllfi-- l tilt's e,ssj lV-11n- jllllllll, fPtts 11IV .. .1. OllUle. ' I WINDOW ARRAVSUMENT. The st lircaso window illusl rated here is a double one, with small square panes DlKKCTOHs. Silver in the Trrnsury. Mt. Vernon; The treasury of tho United States had of colored ulasg. The ton frill and scant J.J. Williams,Stanford; r ..:..n.1 A....n...n.l. .!.i .i siuj urapery :. ui bliiik-' J, M. Hall, fcunford; is in store on tho 1st of October, 1691, wonu not more tiiiiu n uiiuu .i J. S. OwsUsy, ?15,848,C30 in the silver dollars; S.J. Einbr, Stanfotd; form of subsidiary Bilver; silver bars to yard. Any staircie-- window can bo Lyun, Stanford; J. E. trade dollurs thus arranged with good effect. If tho the value of A. V. Carpenter, Milledgeville; (bars), 2,091,200; total, f 109,101,:20, or glass is colored, draperies should be llustonville; J. K.Uaughraan, 100.000.000. Tho white, but a window with ordinary in round numbers. J, F. Cash, Stanford ; government, furthermore, is increasing panes of glass will look well if the hang- William Gooch, Sunford, Ky. this immense store by buying seven ad- - i"?8 r of figured silkoline, or any col- S.H. Shunks, President. J. U. Owsley, Cashitr dltional tons of silver everj working day red goods. Any vine can bo n3od, but ' bbown, English ivy, is in tho year. David A. W.dlsiu Harper'u u'at W.M. Bright, Teller ' torly effectivo against white curtaias, It. Ilau.'humn, Gencwl !M8,-tm.lO- D uj.i-in- o , j ' partlcu-Weekly- . J. Baok-Keep- i S5 a m' .743 a in ' Lve Lexiugton .. a 00 p 7 00 a 3 45 p m Lve l'aiis a 37 p m 7 51 a ) in ',lalr,,5 Lve Falmouth .. 4 01 p m 0. j a m 4 J S p m Arr Covington . S M I m 10 54 a in 5 p m ArrCincinnati . S 43 P milt 00 a in 6 43 p in itt On theMaytville Uranch, No 10. leaves I'arit at 7!5, am andNo. u, at 6 ij, p CT arriving at Y0UKG & MIDDLE AGED MEN Masvileat 1010, am, and 830, n m. No. 9 leaves.Maysville at J 10 a in. arris iiir at Pan j at Suticring from Spermatorrhea and luiputency as No. 11 leaves .Vayjville at 7 40. a m er v 30 and tho result of self abuse In mull or excess tnmi-- I arrives at Paris at 4 10, p m. These trains are turerjenrt and other casei, producing somo oldaily escepl Sunday. following effects as f missions, hlotchus, drmthe No 1, daily to all points except lion land Divis. lit). nrvousnt, ilizints.s, lonfulsion of tdmis, on, nun. isuai.y except Minuay, aversion to society, defective .oofliory, and sx. No ruiii idally Irotn l.exiug.on to Cincinnati. nil othaustion, which unfit thovictim for biialniss l.xcept Sundass or marriacc. am permauuntly cun-- by remedies P.O. 1 runs .tail y not injurious JlaVf'No 4 runs daily from a'l sUtions except tho Rowland Divtsicn, hich is daily escepl Suuday No 6 duly except Sunday. J& V No daily betueu.i Cincinnati and Lexington, r.x ept Sundays Ssphilis and coinpliLalioiis, ns sore throat, fall No 6 Paris and I.rvlntvtrm Aernmnioilfinnn ildi. ing of the hair, pain in the bones eruptions, etc , ly Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. in. Arrises Pans aro perfe tly erarlicitcd without using mercury or nthor iniurious tlruus lo 45 a 1.1 ,;,,-',,,,,str.cture and all Urnnry No 7 Falmouth Accommodation; leases Cincinnati S 13 p m Arnves I almuuth 703pm daily and Kidrev I roubles are speedily cured by treat ixcept Sunday, mcntlhat never lalte.1 He untier'akes no incurable cases, but curis ro 1 i.eaves ralmouth 6 00 a in. Arrives Cm- thousand, given up to die. ctnnati 7 55 a m dally except SiindaT. No. aud 3 make connections at vVinches trr for Kcmcm'xT tho date nnd come uarly, as his U.11 points on the N. N, A M V R'r. E. D. rooms arc alwats croatlcd wheresur he slops No. 1 carries ihrouch cars from Cincinnati to Muldlesborough and Cumberland Gap aud all inHaving reux.vd my Rarber Snop to the Com termediate nations and runs daily mcrcinl Hotel, 1 am prbparrd to accommodate la S. V. KNOTT, C. V, AT.MORE, CJiifiJcntial Correspoadcnee'solictled.and dies as well as cnl'fratI1 iu anythiiiy they may Trafbc Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. Acidress with ia my Hue. Children alio waited on. Call General office, Louisville, Ky. MEDICAL ANTJ SURGICAL 1NSTITU1K, omuu. JESSF. THOMPSON, S. F. B.3IORSE, Gen'l PassVrAti.. InCommerclal Hotel. Office Chaoiber ot Commsrce UuiTdiDg.Cincinnat. jij itb St , Louisville, Ky. A. TEIBBLE, Local Affcnt, STANFORD. KV n IS a in a m Lvc Stanford .. .. 7 00 a in Lvc Lancaster ... 7 so a m Arr Richmond... 10 15 a 11 a Daily Its. Sun i 6 5I a m ! I'.s Sun. 41 Trrits all curable Modn.al and Surgical Diseases, Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Diseases ol the Kyr, Kar, Nose, Ihroat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, , Liver, Dlabete, Knli.eys llriKlil'ii llladdrfer, Chnnl-'- , Female mid denial Lpilepsyor fits cured X positt.c Guarantee. Dist-ascDis.-a.es Arr Winchester, Arr l'aris . .... . Lve Richmond. . ia 1 41 l C JJ 03 a in, V 3 87 p 111 111 m 5: r - 'wl s; tinW? w:j ' -- 1 11 illooa iuiil Slcin SJiiicase.s. iltu 1 CCNCULTATION FREE. h. f ,