You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892061001 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 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - .i M Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. . Journal NO. 30 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 10. 1892. DANVILLE. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. MnirKle, I -., ft . M Beverly Irvine, Danville; Edward Virgil W. G. Proctor's littlotltuiKli- - Spicer, Ghent. Uov. 0. M. livid. will preach nt the ... .. . . . -Disquisitions Louis Bryan, Windom; in.. ...tso ..ua iuruu nuieu, wns' Henry Itniitlet church iuulay inoniiiitf hi Livingstone flodsey, Hazel Green; thonnht to ho better ut noon to ilny. o'clock, George Howe Green, Danville; William The marria of Misi Antitu Uaugh: The Juvenile entertainment, ylven Woolfolk Johnson, Danville; William College chapel Tuesday even- - man. of Lincoln county, ami Mr. Monte at the proved Fox, of Danville, U nnnoimciil f tr the Scott Lawwill, Shelby City; Thomas PraIt inir, wns larel' nttemled. ttler Nicholas, Shelby ville. very enjoyahlo ntul their teacher. Mica 15th hist. Essays James Heed Curry Harrods' Kx Gov. "Poh" Taylor, of Tennea-- ! grenl praise. Hnttlo Mnrro, deserves burg; John Harkins Johns, Prestonburg; i advertised for a lecture heroi CavlriH Boner, on of John 0. Bo Patrick Joyes, Louisville nt his home in Marksbitry Thursday evening Subject, "Tlie Fid-- 1 ner died Certificates Francis Breckinridge die and the Bow." Wednesday morniiiK nt o'clock. He Judge Mcturrnn Anally dismissed, Douglas, Lexington; Calvin Morgan and had WA8R bright nnd handsome hoy laekler, Danville; Edwin LaFayette been a gn-n-t sutl'erer for many months. Tuesday, the charge of kuklitxing Mike Van Winkle, Danville; John David Zeig-leTlie funeral services were held at the Citlleii, preferred ng.ilut Leo Vanarsdall Frankfort. Charles King. Fork church, Thurmlav afternoon nt 3 The Boylo prize, a gold watch, Mr.rvatli Woodcock and family have o'clock, and the remains interred in the '"o''1 "" the Gilcher House and now was given Albert II. McLure, of Frank Fork cemetery. . fort. The Ormand Beatty prize (interIt would be well if there could ee a "ve rooms wmi .ur. unit mm. A. U. est on $1,000 was divided between E. constitutional amendment extending the Dunn, on Main street. W. Cook, W. J. Prite and J. E. Turner Ilogt-et- t At the Academy declama presidential term to six years, nnd Tho degree of L. L. D. was conferred on tho incumbent Ineligible thereaf- tory contest Thursday night the medal was awarded to John Gaines Moss, pon H.T. Eddy, president of Hose Polytechter. Thoeonstantly recurring elections nic Institute, Terre Haute, I ml., D. D. Mr- Hy Mots, of this county, keep the country in n constant state of "' Mr. W. P. Scott, in tho employ of on Hev. Win.S. PlumnierBrynn, pastor deranaed; men) excitement; business is ifc Scott, Thursday morning of the 2d Presbyterian church, Cincingo wild over the scramble for otlico ami Hackney fell from Wallace's new house, on the nati, P. II. D. on MiesLeln McKee, prin millions of dollars are expended for pocipal of Oxford, Ohio, Female Collegelitical purines. Not only so, but in the Shakertowu pike, and wns painfully hurt A. M. Honorary on Dr. It. T. Morris, - about the head. whirlpool of excitement attending phiMr. Henry Head, wifunnd child, of Xew York City, A. M. in courao on K. ventions, me cummin is huwhuihi; oitHtii, Ark., are niiioni; the com-b- e T. Caldwell, class of 'Ml. E. L. Grttbb, ecrated nnd men, ordinarily disposed to 'S7, George Edwin Davis, '.SO. The deprudbiit, loso their heads ami act 8 inducement visitors. Mr. Head bere in lSStf. He is n nephew of Mr. gree of A. B. on all the graduating class their nrudence had given way to except the following, who were made J. Hoylo Head, of this county. iiacsiuns nnd prejudices their Mrs. It. J. Breckinridge entertained Bachelors of Science: G. II. Green, II. Tho Cliristian church was lieiitttllui B. Irvine, W. W. Johnson, John II, ft number of young people ly decorated with ferns and tlowers, Johns. moriiliiB, when our four j nwduy night nt the home of Mr. Boyle Miss Lizzie Le DdBiuu, daughter charming graduates read iu n pleasing Head, in honor of Mi.m Lizzie Head, tho of W. J. DisBmn, and Hjv. George W. only graduate from Morrison Academy manner their splendid essays. The pro-Mills, of Bradfnrdsville, word nurried thia yer. gramme v.u as follows: this (Thursday) morning at 10 o'clock, Prof. L. Ktldy inforniH tho I. J. that I'HAYEit. at the Biptist church at Perry ville. since last week all the telephone trou- The ceremony was performed by llev. lad'ra Kossini j hies have been settled, that nil the dis- - It. F. Taylor, pastor of tho church. The Piano Duett, continued olilces will bo reestablislied n. m,.v. if.i.,l..Hi. Prof. Kneiter. Perry-villnml ,,,,u nrivaU' persons can make the attendants were W. s. Tevvmjy, F,y-.T- o Live in Hesrts we Leave Miss BjIIo Kautlman, Nicholas-ville- ; jsamo arrangements as heretofore. Behind, is not to Die"- Mr. John Brewer, H.trrodsbur, in. ,i. .it. i.veuu, ciuiiuiw 'uurKfon, Miss Bessie Dvis, Hebron, Ky. bought D. P. Bowland's residence on Miss Mary PratliT, IVrryville; Mr. Gio. has Essay "I Lift Mime Kyei and what to Perry-- i Main street for fJ.DOO. He will put np Bottoms, Miss N'anuh- Dusmii, Happy and Fair." See, a World ville; Mr. Neili We-- t, IVrryville, Miss a horse inArm.iry on the portion of the Miss Bessie White, Alexandria, Ky. lot which fronts on Pine street. Mr. Angelina Young, Lexington. Ml'SIC. MIDDLEBURG, CASEV COUNTY. Contx.no Rowland bus bought from Mr. Metsif a Vocal Trio, "The Holiday lot on Hnrrodsburg avenue and will Ksny "Sculptors of Life nre We." soon build a dwelling thereon. J. W. Boyd iV Co. are putting up a Miss Jennie Perkins, Murksbury, Ky. Startling rumors are aAoat that the saw mill on tlie C. & G. railroad at n Essay Let Us Cull tho Hoses Within colored troops of Danville nre going to point formerly known as Stail'ordsville, our Ilcach."- "boycourt" every white individual who The colored band of McKlnney passMissOllio Mnrrs, Danville, Ky. "signed the separato coach bill." It is ed through town Saturday on their way Address-- To the Olaegenerally supposcu wiai no man s signa- - to Yosctnite to play for a darkey enterEld. J. 0. Frank. Conferring Degrees, Delivering Deplp- - turo was necessary to make tho bill a tainment there. E. II. Sweeney ami J. W. Brown law except that ot Gov. John l ouug mas- Brown. However, the c. t.'e may have have submitted their claims as candiPresident J. C. Gordon. information on the subject that other dates for circuit clerk to tho democratic IIKNEDICTIOS. committee for settlement. K'red Linnold. of IouInvIUu. is People have not. Mr. Mrs. Sally It. Daugherty, wife of The city council met Wednesday Mies' Mm. Itt.nflm tSweenev. vi.inm. night and proceeded to "persecute poor William Daugherty, died at her home Delia Hughes has returned from Marks of here Saturday, A bury. Mr. Tom Bush, of Denver, Col., people" some moro by pissing an iron two miles north children, one of which clad dog law to take effect July 1. All husband and two is visiting his pireiits, Dr. Rnd Mrs W. of all ages, sexes and previous con U only about four weeks old, Btirvtve i9 X. Bush. Miss Bernlco B.iughman visiting Miss Jennie Arnold. Mr. Louis thtions of servitude, are to be , killed un her. Prof. N. W. Hughes, ono of Lincoln Walker, of Richmond College, has re- less they appear on tho street.-- properly county's most popular teachers, has been turned home. Misses Hes-i- u Davis ami tabled. It the council would only roat Yosemite this Mary Hice, accompanied by Messrs. Bob lled, she would realize that a good sup- employed to teach ply of dogs is half the living of poor peo- year. Nathan is well up with the times Embry and Owen Stevens, visited Husas a teacher and we congratulate the ton vlllo this week. Willie Woodcock, ple. The tWth annua commencement ex- trustees of the Yosemito school in securWhitthorne, of Jack Dlliohaynnd Harry Danville, attended the commencement ercises of Centre College began Sunday ing so excellent an instructor. John Luwhorn and Thomas J. FoMrs. morning with the baccalaureate sermon exercises Wednesday morning. by Hcv. J. M. Worrall, D. I). His text ley had nu altercation Friday on the Hattio Woldridgeand daughter, Maty, i ..i... ... ... ... argument pikebulo.v Yosemito, in which Foley " "is nre visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Kei.l, on " second best. He had been Richmond avenue. Mis. R. L. Grinunn went to show our accountability accord- - came out accompanied iK to our opportunities. In the even-..- . having some talk, not very complimenthas returned to Cyuthiana, ..... - . a '1....11. i r .....: i . ,.i w un-..!.! In- - ln.r ' n eees. Missei uemonai ary to Ltwhorn, nud on meeting Fritliy, uiiairs "'S church, Louisville, preached a sermon the latter took him to tisk for it, witli nnd Eugenia Bush Hon. William Fessenden Vilas, of to the Young .Men's Christian Associa- tlie above result. Janie-Was- h Institute olosod its flrst Wisconsin, who has b(Jon mentioned iu tion, connected with tho College. Monsession Thursday, June 2d. That it for the day night tlie oratorical contest wn tie- connection with tho nomination nnsidniiev hv the democratic conven-- , cided by Mr. Thomas McWilliams re- - has been a success was clearly evinced examination, of which the put ti.m nt Chicago, will be 52 years of nge iceiving the tlrst and Mr. J. H. Swango by tho rons speak iu the highest prnis. Rev. " i'"e. luwsuny iiigui non .Inlv ii. IStW. He was secietary ot the "' Wincluv-te-r, of Louisvillo, of tho J.N Itowliiu, tin superinten Inn:, was interior under Mr. Cleveland and if Mr Boyd class of ISofi, addressed thu nlumni at highly pleased nnd i very hopeful and Cleveland should not receive tho nomi ' Second Presbyterian church. Tuos- - has no fears for the future of tiio school. nation, it is quite likely that his strength tho y, oiuuung m iu .. m., uie ciass nay He deserves success for his untiring efto Col. Vilas. Ho is now will bo thrown eitublWhitii; tho school and plnc-in- g n U. S. Senator and stands high in that exercises were noiti in uie uonege rtiajr forts in el. The historian was E. L.' Van Winkle. upon sure footing Profs. J. N. it body. As a speaker, ho ranks among giftorian F. It. Douglass, reply to giftori-n- Hutr, J. A. Allen and R H. Brown will the ablest in tho Nation and his characJ. Hawkins Johns; poet, J. Rny Hon- doubtless be rettincd next session, as a ter Is as pure as his patriotism has been butter faculty could not bo secured, nor Col. Vilas served under ey; grumbler, C. M. Fjcklor; prophet, J. one conspicuous. that would give better satisfaction. R. Curry; orator, II. L. Godsey. TuesGen. W. J. Liimiram as captain of tho BE GENTLE TO THY HUSBAND. 23d Wisconsin in tho Army of thu Ten- day night, after tlie Winchester address, nessee and also a lieutenant colonel of the "Phi" society gavoan elegant banquet From Dear Kate's Scrap-Boothat famous regiment. Ho was noted prepared by tholadie.s of the First PresbyHe gentle; there arohour when he for his modesty, prompt attention to terian church, nt the Clemens House. Hj- anxious care It toned; duty and gallantry upon the Held. At Dr. Worrall presided and toasts were reAn J shallow 1 deep he on hit brow, sponded to by Judge Thomas Phlster, of Dv business trials crossed tho battle of Sabino Cross Roads in Louisiana ho served on tho 6tatl' of Gen. Maysville, Mr. Dwight Marble, of Louislie senile; 'lis for you he toils, And thinks and strives to gain Lnndram and was specially mentioned ville, Mr. Frank Kinney, of Central , Home comforts and home happiness, iu his report in tho most complimentary University, Mr. F. T. Swope, of Don't let him strive In vain. and Rev. 0. B. 11. Martin, I). 1)., terms. At a reunion of tho Army of the of Danville. Wednesday beginning at He gentle; though some hasty word Tennessee at Chicago he carried nil tho Should fall, as it is not meant; honors of tho evening in a inngniAcent 10 A.M. A smile, a kind word will recall, The Anal exercises were held at the address, in which ho had na contestants And many more prevent. Robert G. Ingersoll, Stewart L. Wood- Second Presbyterian church and accordlie gentle; Oh, 'twill soothe much care, ford and others. Ho is n handsome, ing to tho following programme: Music, And make each burden light; well preserved man and would All nny prayer, music. Oration, "Never give up," A gentle tone will smooth the brow, And dra- an answer bright. position ho might accept with cred- Eugene Wilbur Cook; music; disquisition, Shall we distrust? Henry LivHe gentle; though It may seem bird to himself and honor to tho Nation. it ingstone Godsey; music; dissertation, To check an angry word; Vet try and it w ill surely bring Mrs. Rogeis, living near Winfield, Tlie desire of all nations, Edward VirA full and rich reward. W. Va., while sitting by tho bedside of gil Spicer; music; oration, What wo wha was supposed to bo owo to Columbus, John Elmer Turner: her husband, No wife ever lived fuller up to the dying with consumption, was struck by music; valedictory, William Jennings sentiments of tlie above lines, than she lightning ami killed. The husband was Price; music; conferring of degrees; mu- who has recently been called to her resic; benediction; music. unhurt. ward in Heaven. A truer, more faithaKAUUATIXa CLASS. ful, loving and model wife never blessed The lollowliig item, clipped from the H. Madi-ioValedictory William Jennings Price, unworthy man, and he who is now overIowa, Democrat, contain! information well worth remembering: "Mr John Uotn, of this Danville. whelmed with jjrief feela that it was an city, who mf t with an accident a few day agii, Orations Eugeno Wilbur Cook, unspeakably ijreat privilege to have enspraining and bruUinjr hit leg and arm quite was cured by cno jo cent bottle or ChamJohn Elmer Turner, Berry's Lick. joyed her confidence and love, and that berlain's I'aln Halm." This remedy l without nn icI JJissertations-- i William Stephen llurch, "it was better to have loved nnd lost, eoual lor Sprains ana bruises ana snouiu . r U.. 1W mugut and OptuVan! Unfo'rd. Kyr , Stanford; John Ray Honey, Taris; Harry than never to have loved at all." -- ..c i.. i ' j 1 ' r, , ad j j ren-tierin- g ' - Mr. J. S. Jones preached last Sunday morning and evening nt the M. E. church. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Mr. E. E. Nelson is clerking in the drug store of Huguely A Jameson. Mr. M. K. Pennington, who bad been with them for some months past, returned to his home last Sunday. Mr. C. W. LesThose needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements ter was at Pino Knot last week, settling at prices stated: H. V. Raymond's $i 6; No. 50 Elgin $20; No. 86 up the estate of John Davis, dee'd. Miss Elgin S20; John C. Duber $14, Hampden; John C. Dubcr special Fannie Taylor is visiting her sister, Mrs. $17, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly Wetmore, in Chicago. and promptly done. Call and see me. ROBT. FENZEL. Mbses Bond aud Arthur, of Law- renceburg, nre guests of Mrs E S. Moss, J. A. Butler, who lias been attending school at the A. v M. College, Lexing ton, is spending, part of his vacation here. Mr. George Ellison nnd Miss Sid .Our stock of., neyStanflll spent last Sunday in London. Misses Andrews and Culver, who have been teaching in the Academy, left for their homes Monday. They will visit Middlesboro and Cumberland Gap NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. REDUCED RATES. ' j YOU SHOULD SEE Gents' Furnishing1 Goods, Amt. - i ! tl lt grndun-tlmiiir- h j , 1 j I G,t e, i - J .We have. The closing exercises of Williamsburg Academy took place last week. The primary department gave their entertainment last Wednesday morniug, tlie intermediate department in the evening and tlie graduating exercises were held at tho Congregational church on Friday afternoon. The church was In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer Unhandsomely decorated and tilled to its derwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. fullest capacity, as the Industrial Hall had been at the other exercises. Prof. Stephens, of Clear Water, Minn., will be principal next year and we hope it will continue to be as successful in the future Collars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of as it has been in the past. Circuit Court convened Monday, with Judge Boyd presiding. The grand jury was soon made up and W. It. Den-hawas appointed foreuiau. Up to tlie present it has recurned several indictAll new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's ments for small olFenses and one against Sons' Shoes are the best. Sam McCargue for the murder of Deputy Sheritl Sadler and pne against Win. Jtrinn for false swearing. W. F. Hall, of Harlan C. II., F. F. Bobbitt, of Crab Orchard, A. J. Sparks, of London, II. L. Howard, of Harlan C. II., and J. A. i Marre, of Jellico, Tenn., are among the uf the misdevisiting attorneys. All W Bb I vJ meanor cases weie called and disposed j of on Monday and Tuesday and the case of Wilburn Cornett, of Harlan, for mur-- j tier, was called tirst Wednesday mom-- , EVERYTHING IX SHIRTS, ELEGMT USE EECKWEKR, ( I.B.JMDBERT2, Druggist and Jeweler, 1 fi- - -- t- ing. LIBERTY, CASEY BOUNTY Has a Complete Stock of ,'gs ...... ,1 j '" !- --- iu-f- i """"''. u -- fli-s- t , - Though there v:u a meeting appointed for members of the First Ken: : tucky to do business in regard to history matter, yet it was postponed, as not WALL enough came together to do businen?, and there was nothing of much importance to do, only to repoit progress, and it wns thought best to defer the meeting till a more suitable time. Notwithstanding everybody's crors' are in tlie weeds, a good crowd was here Monday tit the opening 01 circuit court So fur but n few cases have been tried and they nre unimportant misdemeanor ones. There are liable to bo no important murder oasis on hands, unless a reported case of poisoning comes up. ifljAsSSSSS Judce Morrow and Commonwealth's Attorney Herudon look as jovial as usual. and for Among the distinguighed lawyers from C. Warren, of a distance we notice Csutorla cure Colic, Constipation, "Cftitorla s so well adapted to children that Stanfor J, Bryant Stone and the great Hour Stomach, Plarrlioea. Eructation, I recommend it as superior to any prescription and promotes dl KlUs 'Worms, gited E Hays, of Jamestown,! land lawyr, J. II. A. Akciier, M. D., known to me.'' cestlou. and the one known here as "Jnck the' Without injurious medication. IU So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. Y. Kipper" Tartar, of Rolla. Tus Ckntack Coupxst, 7! Murray Street, H. T The authorities r.re looking this ev- eningfortltearriv.il in custody of the' of law, Joo Giilispie, or Glizby, from the L'ishinc Creek country, charged with Hello Crockett. Her daugh- A. C. SINE J. N. ME.VEFEK ter, Mtnmiu Haydeii, is also said to be implicated. It is said that circumstances are strong against the man, but not so continued against tlie woman. It is IIST reported that nlie was sick nnd taking quinine, and after Ukiim a doe 6he wai? taken with spasms aud soon died. It is supposed that strychnine was secretly substituted for the quinine, It is also Rouoh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles. Mouldings, Brackets rumored that he had receutly purchased some strychnine at Kubanksfor the pre- and Verandah Work. tended purpose of killing crows for FE3STCE. up his corn. He had been living was not leg illy with tlie woman, but The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. married to her. It is thought he wanted to get her out of the way to marry OiHcc .and - - Ky. Iter daughter. All of the parties ate colored. DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, PAPER, Infants Children. rsssss . j bkx-p- , lioi-oni- ug SINE & MENEFEE, DEALBES SHSK DOORS ESP BLISDS. WOVE1T tak-in- g WIKE A1TD SLAT Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Louis-vjllo- flLON IS THE BEST mau .. ,.,iisvv V" - AI NT MADE. I mlliiln & 11. .IlllllllAVIiV.I The Best is the Cheapest more space than any Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substiAbsolutely Pure ed by hand Good Agents wanted, Manufactured by Highest ot tute. A Cresm of Tarter Baking Powder all in leavening strength -- Litest United Sulci LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, ICY., Government rood Iteport. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. 106 Wall street, New ork. n, POWDER Tau-vill- e; &." ii 1 H.I 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kvm Stanford, June W. P. WALTON. THE PEOPLE'S sizx: pages. CHOICE. The Louisville Times ig moved to say what everybody eleo M thinking, that should DInine be nominated thb selection of Cleveland by the democrats is as 10. 1S02 sured beyond doubt; should the president finally defeat his opponents the nomination of Cleveland is still probable because the Minneapolis developments will have largely impaired the strength of those considerations which up to re cently should and doubtless would have militited against Cleveland's nomination. A man, interested singly in the success of his party, who, a few days ago, might have thought the nomination of Cleveland inexpedient and hopeless, might very well now be brought to regard it as the best thing to be done. I LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Judge Kobert Boyd is tit Williams burg holding the regular term of the Whitley circuit court. A hop was given at the Riley House Tuesday night, which is reported to have been quito a happy affair. Prof. James A. Yates opened a normal school at the Academy, this week, with about SO teachers in attendance. W. It. Hackney and J. M. Robinson have returned from Lexington, where they have been attending the State College during the past year. A. R. Dyche is WAT WE CAN DU 4 U. We can save a money n anithing in Our Klothing, Shu and Dri Guds Line, ' attending the Re-- 1 NO NOMINATION YET. Blaine's Frinds Playing for Time, Harrison, The Maryland democrats, in convention assembled, indorsed Cleveland, but refused to. recommend his nomination. The Maine convention recommended his nomination; the Mississipnians did not instruct and the Texaus resolved that should be renominated the and silver and other issues ignored. The Cumberland Valley Republican, Harlan's new paper, is a very creditable is edited by John B. Hurst and is for D. G. Colson all over for Congress. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. And if They Can Mot Down sheet. It V-- .. The House adopted the section of ttie election bill, which fixes ! o'clock as MT. VERNON, R00KCASTLE COUNTY. the hour for closing the polls. Session Yesterday, A Mrs Burnsido's musical entcrtAiii' On a reconsideration of the geologicand an Adjournment till 8 P. M. al survey bill, designed to continue it, meat will take place on the night of the the Senate voted 20 to 10 in favor of con- 24 th. MiNNE.vrons, June 9. The convenThe house of Widow Griflin. near tinuance. tion met shortly after 11 o'clock and at cost. GO 75c. salary of the State railroad com- Wildie. was destroyed by firei .a few Od The the request of the committee on Creden- missioners, proposed by the revisory nights since. tials, which was not ready to report, an Nathan Whiteaker, who lived on commission at 33,000 a year, was reducadjournment was had till S o'clock to ed by the Senate to the present Rockcastle river, dropped doad from night, nothing being done in the '20 salary of the commissioners, as it should heart disease a few days since. minutes that the body was in session. Mrs. Ella Lat.gford caught it 20 inch have been. The committee says it will report toto be hoped that the petition bass, weighing four pounds, near Lang-for- June isth lor lotlnys to nave some re It is night, but if it does not the convention Station, in Round Stone, Wednes- pairing done. All needing any presented by Hon. John S. May, from deseems determined to hayeeontests citizens of Pulaski, "Wayne and Whitley day. grinding done in that time will please cided on floor of convention hall in orcounties, asking for the establishment of troui a lenneso paper i team nun New Sum m , t,e )ext 10 day get test vote as to strength of rider to . a new county to be known as Coal coun- Jack MaCall, tormerlv of this county, St. Holler Mill Co val candidates. Late Alexander's Hotel.) ty, and to be composed of portions of now of Hurricane, Tenn., is rejoicing Papers have been signed between C. The Blaine men seem to fear their Wayne and Whitley, will be over tho advent of twins at his house. W. Williams and the St. Joseph Driving THOROUGHLY Pulaski, &E NOVATED : : IMPROVED. strength and are playing for time to fix set down on with a dull thud. There Grover and Peter are their names. Club, of St. Joseph, Mo., for a race at the Kates $2, $o Per Day. some of the southern delegates, or conA disastrous hail storm occurred ' meeting in that city September 1 Ith, be-- ' are too many pauper counties now. Cor. Jeflferson, Center and Green Street?, opposite the Court-House- , vey Blaine's strength to a dark horse. miles southwest uf this place Monday. tween Alkrton, '2:W, and AxUdl, 2:12, I t ' The plumed knight's name is no longer NEWSY NOTES. uorn, oats, wneai, etc., in m.w.j P Ky. for ft pKn 0f jio.ON, uitl.out entrance, magical and it seems that Harrison has Irom the ground. : A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, o( wWch w, V. R. jJOCAN, m t0 t,e wJn. ; Ludlow has voted to spend 325,000 was literally beaten mit got the call. Mr. Reuben Brown died of heart di- - nvJ. J. J. Marshall, clerks. for water works. Manager. The committee on resolutions has He had been plowing' J.villlm Monlanil has made the' -- The bill to admit Arizona and New sease Tuesday. practically completed its work. One of and when a shower came uy ho ran to u fow lg tnulM urJojs Ull( W(?ek. rur. the most important planks yet to be con- Mexico as States passed the House. spring-houon the farm. Ho was found chaw, of A w. (jtrpenter 35 hogs at ' A cylono demolished 42 houses at sidered is the one providing for the elec fatally injured two shortly afterwards dead. 3je; of O. J. Crow a lot of bnlls at 2c; of tion of U. S. Seuator by the people. One Cleburne, Texas, and child of Jas. Moore R. Cobb one of same at sine price; of D. A persons. plank expresses sympathy for the opevening in a S. Johnson a bunch of extm hoifers at The governor vetoed the House bill was drowned Wednesday Fiity pairs Ladies' Custom Made pressed Jews. The silver question is pool near tho house. The little follow 2.S. of John Wright a bunch of hogs at allowing the counties to change their straddled. crawled out from the door unnoticed and 4c, for July delivery: of J. F. Cash a county seats. a few minutes afterwards, bunch for August delivery at 4.10; of N. The Blaine forces secured first blood At Creede, Col., Bob Ford, the when found by the selection of J. Sloat Fassett, of slayer of Jesse James, was shot dead by lie was in the water, dead. J. Cone head af 1,050 pound steers at Mr. John Buchanan, of Crab Or- - a 35; of I M. McCormnck 7 New York, for temporary chairman over Deputy Sherifl'KHlly. Broken aizes, all of the t hid in .ike- - ndiuctl from 53.50 per pair to Mr. D. C. Senator Cullom, of Illinois, by a vote of Sixty-fivof K. L. Tauwer 7 extra lives were lost by the chnrd, was here Tuesday. C. W. good 29 to 20, Kentucky voting solidly for the burning ; of Givens Allen a cattle at and sinking of tho steauw Al Poynier is in Louisville and Mr. Sateens reduced from i ; ,c per ard to Chnmhtav r - " lattor, who was run in the interest of Adams is holding things down at the ear load of lamlw at ?B and 5 premium. bion on the Ausha river, in Ru&ein. ducetl from I ;c vard b t. 30 inch totton eri;c from was made yard Mr. Harrison. The selection store. Dr. John Williams has returned He wld to J. F. Ciwh 35 hogs at 3c and Henry Mastie suicided in jail at o IOC by the National committee, and on the from Danville. Mhnet Maggie SpradHu to J. S. O wsley a lot of cattle at 3 55. Ho was awaiting trial for the These eoods must co in the next 30 days, so call at once and assembling of the convention at 12:30 and Dnfty Dye are here from Fountain I murder of his sweetheart, Etui Dugati. .! secure your snare oi me toarcains. Tuesday it was endorsed by acclama CHURCH AFFAIRS. Joseph Oldam, a merchant of Madi- Head, Tenn. Mie G. Vivian Weber has tion. Faseott made a long speech and so son countv. became violently insan arrived from Hamilton College. Mr. Lilly will liil thu Prbytorian did Thomas Bracken Reed, the Rev. J. C. Ctirmical's horse ran away It is while going to consult a doctor. pulpit Sabbath itmrning and preach at 1:51 the convention adjourned and at with him as he was eoming down the thought he will die. RavUtid at 4 p m . mm time, for Rev. till 11 Wednesday morning. hill lust south of town, Wwliwsdnv The New Oriental Bank of London, Ben Helm, ho will be at W ilwore on Nearly all the eontosta were settled m with a capital of 510,000,000, suspended Both bridle reins broke and the hore uiiesJon work, men, payment Wednesday. favor of the and lia- lashed down the hill at a high Biabop Dudley had a narrow eecajM- but Harrison's followers claim that they bilities are about J45.000.O0O each. When nenrinir the school the riUer was n wiranraiii, ..o.Hy u..p ani- - '" have enough votes to nominate their The exact loss of life in the Oil thrown over the horses head, tho He stepped off a cable ear and getting down to small dis,rostmt form. mm without Creek valley will neyor be known, but m.limnnintfovHr the ot notice the one coming from an putes. It will require 432 votes to nomone foot striking him in the back. Iju- it is several hundred. Nearly 1,300 peoDuring the year iSyj I ne was knock! shall keep constantly on opposite direction, inate and they say they have them, ple are homeless in Oil City and Titus-vill- ries not snoufe. , rolling over in thu mud hand a full and compltt stock of while the Blaine men are equally ascou-f- l Pop Proctor, who hail a stroke down and by Aunt "iTTr '"Erf ZL1jV Jl I or three times eecapM ludiiK crush Gov. MoKinley, a Harrison lent. An ollicial report of the recent dis- of paralysis a few days since, is resting two causing him in in, was chosen permanent chairman, aster in the Birkeiiberg mine in Austria some easier. Mr. M. C. Miller and chil- ed to death. A few bruises, is usually gotten in by places the number of lives lost at 33"i. dren, of Austin, Texas, are with relatives to walk a little lame, wore tho only ill but the work the temporary presiding oilicer. The Tho bodies of 301 men have beeu recov- here. Col. Richard Thomas was in from results. SoMEneKT, June 7. Bro. Barnes and Sgftfr,.,:jwSy convention was only in session two ered. Cincinnati the first of the week. Mr. J hours Wednesday and nothing of impor and Mrs. G. W. McClure aud daughter, his lovely daughters, Missus Marie an Oregon lias gone republican, as usuMy stock of tance was done. It is the tactics of the al, by a heavy majority. The republi- Bes3ie, attended the closing exercises of Ueorw, are with us, holding two daily. The Word is preached in Blaine men to delay balloting and till cans elect the State officers, the two Con- the Blind Asvlmn. Liuisville. Misses All of us led that it stu- - powor and beauty. then they were successful. Foraker, an- gressmen and a majority of both.branch-e- s Lena McClure aid Mary Fergu-o... tiwiitiitinn. riitiirimd with Is Rood to bo there The singing of the Is other Blaine man, was made chairman .i..nta nf of the Legislature. larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of ' young ladies is simply sublime and giyi s o: the committee on resolutions and the Austin Porter, who murdered his them. Mrs. A. Pennington is 01? a two prompt service, low charces and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas w Kentucky delegation w as placed as fol- wife near Willard, May 2(5, was taktn .L.c viif !,, Ta,tn ..mint v. Ashlev US a IoreiHSie Ol Wiai truim unurui ........ ... " cnargc. A. R. PENNY. nmv'.if- l.ivin. we hooe to hear in tho great hereafter, lows: Permanont organization, D. J. from the iail . ......... . , 'vuc;j imu ujaJn,.rt at Grayson by a mob and iw...... !... uii .uicj'iiii and order of business, hanged from when the trims ami tons 01 enmi am Burchett; rules a railroad bridge near Wil- frton, was here Monday, looking a well, S. M. B. ended. W. II. Milby; resolutions, Geo. Denny, lard Monday. His last request was to as In did 40 years ago. Jr; credentials, John Feland. in Another bloody murder occurred be buried beside the woman he had mur. The Jueen & Crescont EvcritsioNH. Col. Bradley is to second the nominathe oastern part of this county this week. Boute hrs granted reduced rates to tho dered. tion of Harrison and his friends predict Bill Fail shot and killed Jesse Helton. following meetings: At Heudrir during a fight at that the Chicago paper will not be able Fair, who was drinking, wout to Helton's primary convention, Joseph At Old Point Comfort, Va.. Travelers to say aught against him this time. The Higgins shot and killed Itobt. Patrick. house carrying with him an old banjo. Protective Association, June W to is, colonel, while he never did deserve the Assessor Daniel B. Greene Helton was not at home, but arriving n 1V.I2. Htrictures of that sheet, has learned a lostan ear and Elijah Dungan was knock few minutes afterwards, found Fair playAt Nicholas ville, Womens Missionary great deal in the last four years. ed down with a stone and probably fa- ing tho banjo and the children dancing, Society Kentucky Conference, June Helton abhorred a banjo and ordered ISO:. TiiEitE is no thauce for harmony, it tally injured. Fair to desist, which he refused to do. The gentlemen of the World's Fair At Campbellsville, Southern District delega J seems, between the New York Helton then ordered him to leave the Convention of Colored Baptist?, June tions, except in one particular both State board have divided their work as follows: W. II. Dulauey, manufactures; house nnd upon his refusal to do so Hel- 19, lStC. have promieel to support the nominee, ton tool? him by the shoulder and pushAt Louisville, Kentucky State Deutal no matter whom he may be. The Hill Young E. Allison, fine arts and liberal And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have 1SU2. arts; Dr. John 1). Clardy, agriculture and ed him through the door. Fair drew a Association, June delegation decided by a vote of 09 to 1, 14 revolver and sent n ball through HelAt Paducah, Kentucky Stato Teach to stand by Hill "until he is nominated, horticulture; James D. Blajjk, minora; ton's bowels, which caused his death tho ers Association, Juno 1S02. or as long as he will permit the us of John W. Yerkes, live stock. The House passed a bill which is de- next day. Tho dead man was married At Louisville, Knights of Honor, of his name before tho convention." This a peaceablo man. I Kentucky Anniversary, Juno 28 to July won't bo long, of course, and the dele- signed to restrain the gambling in op- and had always been to learn tho reputa- 2, 1SU2. gates, like good boys, will raise their tions or futures in which the market have been unable prices of ordinary products are involved. tion of the slayer. Fair was arrested nt For further information as to latop, voices for Grover Cleveland. All Styles and Colors of It is on a high license order, and tho tax- Livingston Sunday night while attempt- sleeping car berths, etc., call on ticket The law firm of Helm & Bruce, Lou- ation of products so dealt in is so heavy ing to board a train, was jailed hero and agents, or address D. G. Edwards. G. P. isville, which has gouged tho State for as to practically abolish speculation of preliminary trial held Wednesday and A., Cincinnati, O. which the prison-wa- s years, put in a claim for a $20,000 fee in tliis Bort. bond placed at in which $90,000 was reAuditor of Iowh, unable to give. a back tax suit Hon. W. V Lu as, The mob that took W. A. James, Chamberlain's Cmik Remesays: "I U already the scoundrel who deserted his dying covered, in addition to dy III my tamlly ami have no henuncy in saying all that is it ii an tixcllnt remedy. I paiil them. Gov. Brown very properly wife at Lebanon, did not hang him as FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. claimed for it. J'rous aftlictod bv a cough or Home-Spun- s. thought it too much and arbitrators have stated, but gave him the worst flogging cold will find it a 'friend." There is no danger Carroll Held bought of W. F. Dodd from whooping ccmrh when this rtmiedy U freely been agreed on to settle it. As lawyers on record, 20 men laying it on with bugeUen. j and 50 cent bottles fur salo by Or. M L. llourne, IJrujgiU and Optician, Stanford, Ky stand together in audi matters, there is gy whips, till his back was like a piece a harness mare for $00. A. T. Nuunelloy bought 20 hogs avwhich is of raw beef and blood ran from his hopo for tho not much eraging 20C pounds at 4 swindled and gouged by everybody who mouth. J. G, Lynn Bays he sold his lambs 31. C. can get a chance The Bible College at Lexington to Ben Kobinson instead of D. N Prow-itOf Lincoln, is it Candidate for Circuit Judge In Tho Alabama democratic conven-tio- t graduated 22 young preachers this this judicial cltrlct, subject to tho action of the 'down on Democracy renominated Gov. Jones. Notice. We will shut week. 20-Minu- Will Bring: Out a Dark Horse. to Miss publican National Convention. Lucy White, of Manchester, is visiting Miss Mav Boreing. Mifses Emma Gar rard, Eva White and Daisy Potter, who have been with friends at Pittsburg, left for Barbourville Wednesday afternoon. It is not without a degree of satisfaction that we note the disruption in the convention assembled at Minnetpo lis, not that we enjoy strife, but because we aie willing for the enemy to "play fool" for a season, while we get ourselves in shape to enter the campaign with such union of strength that Harrison, Blaine, or any other who may be chosen can be wiped from the face of the earth. With Cleveland against Blaine surely the democratic hoart would become filled with hope Cleveland did it onuo he can do it again. Jf this week we ofer Bargin J'o. l:--- Ol Bargain Kalilio at o seats a yad. No. 2: Ol 12 l-Ginghams at 10 sents a yad. Bargain JS'o. 8 '01 Dress Guds at Bargain 2c ses. Ladis, we hav on han a lot of Bemnants, wich we wit sal wat half pr is this weak onle. 26 rots of Mating jus rescued. Lnh at 'em. Gents, don't fale to lull at our line of -- FANCE WITE VESTS AT $1.50. 20 Men's Ol Wul Lite Color Sutes at $5: Od. Sumer Cotes and Vests from 50c up. Bance at at Another lot Helmets just opened, at 50, and THE LOUISVILLE STORE. AgD d , i 'THE WILLARD j i - , Louisville, j j ( se j The Bottom Knocked Out b--- ! ' 1 1 I ltntck-!ersnffat- 2J; e w I'K.DrtM Pine-vill- e. ! i6c -- " ' ex-Cza- r, ! W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ! Afc-ft- !J ! "' e. A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER, u4h? IjToiletArticles ass, Books, Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ier-vict- -s ! n, WATCHES, CLOCKS uu & JWEX.B" I w- j are-publica- n SPRING CLOTHING ! IS y 1S-'- 24, OUR STOCK COMPLETE '22-'2- D, '.'S-- 0, Ever Seen in Stanford. 00, Kx-Sta- J o Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. t. SAUFtEY, M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. W1 JWHliJ'JI - - T(fc-2T - ' "-- - 3 NEW SCREENS. Thejr My He Adapted In Mio to Any Purpose Desired. These forms of scrccus wo Intended for tho tablo ns lamp screens, but may bo adapted in sizo to any purpose Tho BtnndanlB may bo home-mad-o and of simple form, according to .TWO POOR ROAD SYSTEMS. de-slrc- tL FIO. 1. AN ODD BCHEEX. the material and skill used, or may be obtained from n cabinet maker or brass fitter, if metal la preferred. For screen No. 1 mako tho frame of reglcts, such an printer have, cut about 15 inches long, crossed and securely fastened together in tho form shown. Chit a pi ceo of stiff lining canvas 15 inches square, and sLxtcn pieces of soma plain, light colored silk 4 Indies square, and mark tho center of each piece. Lay tho frame on the lining, and mark upon it the outlines of tho reglets, marking also the centr of each panel. Then gather the edges of the squares evenly nil around and sew them on tho lining so that tho reglets will cover tho edges when in place; sew a velvet button or a silk ball on tho center of each square through tho lining, and arrange the folds of tho puff by hidden stitches. These folds may bo all alike, or nil different, as in tho sketch. Cover the reglets with bands I Wi rtO. 2 U SC11KEN. inch velvet ribbon to match the buttons, and lino tho back with same color. Finish at the bottom with fringe. The frame in No. 2 is also made of reglets radiating from a center nt tho top of tho standard and covered with velvet, as in thu first design. These should bo about 11 incites long, forming a fan of 10 Inches radius; lining of this sizo cut a from canvas and mark out thu frame upon it as before. Out olT the circular edge from point to point so ua to givo the angles nt tho top; then fill in tho panels with puffs of silk, cut with a larger all around pattern a half-incthan tho panels, gathering the edges and setting them on, as in the other screen. The back should be similar to the front of the bcrecn. Finish with Inco at the top and fringe at tho bottom. American Agriculturist. three-fourtfan-lik- e semi-circul- of h :- - WORTH REMEMBERING. To clean a black silk dress uso a sponge dipped in strong black tea, cold. SriiiMCLK cayenne pepper in tho resorts of rats and they will leavo tho premises. Headache, toothache, backache or most nny joint ache will be relieved by heating the feet thoroughly with the shoes on. Ipadish gets burnt in using, do not scrape it; put a little water and ashes in it nnd let It get warm. It will coma off nicely. Many a mnd mun, nnd perhaps mora women, would have been saved from insanity if they had resolutely obtained sulllcicnt sleep. ' Fine may be made to look like somo beautiful wood by giving repeated coats of hot linseed oil and rubbing hard after each coat. The light, rough storm coats that are so useful for spring wear, invariably have deep capes lined cither with bright scarlet or some bright plaid silk. AccoitUlNG to the Medical Record, castor oil has not failed in aiiy caso to remove wurts to which It wns applied once a day for two to six weeks. Keiiosene will mako a tin kettle as bright as new. Wet a llnnncl cloth and nib with iL Kerosene will also remove stains nnd dirt from varnished furni- tVVoaH el! located that to build costly pavements Keep a small box filled with lime in upon the present lines, and previously your pantry nnd cellar; It will keep tho Upright and Horizontal. provide eluborato systems of drainage, air dry and pure. would lw a dreadful waste of money. Stationary, and Portable, All Soda Is tho best thing for cleaning As It is ordinarily beyond the mentis of power. .fr sizes up to tinware; apply with a damp cloth and country peoplo to do more than improve rub well, then wipe dry Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and tho present condition of their roads, V7iTi7 I'iiick potatoes before baking so that this is tho task that they should under-tak- o Durability. iisfi-"PfWrite for Freo Illustrated PampteU and your wants to as soon as soon ns possible. In be- the air can escape; this will prevent ginning such a task, tho first step to b their bursting in tho oven. &CO., Fon sore throat bent the white of an taken, in my opinion, Is to stop doing 2&wk& that which has generally been the cus- egg stilT with all the sugar It will hold NEW YORK CITY. SPR1NOFIEI.D, OHIO. 3a? tom in this country that Is working and the juice of one lemon. WilK.f baking cakes net a dish of wa the ronds. Working the roads, as It Is generally practiced In this country, con- - tcr ,n the oven with them and they will CRAYON slsts In calling out In each road district not bo In any danger from scorching. GnKASE spots that have burnt and bea gang of men who "work out" their road tax under nn overseer elected by come hard on tho stove, may be removed the people. The labor done Is worse ' by a few drops of kerosene oil on the To all our Subscribers for 1892. than thrown nway, for it is rare Indeed cloth before nibbing them. for either tho overseer or the men un-- 1 To mkvd largo holes in socles or in meWe, the publishers of " North American Homes," der him to have any clear comprehen- rino underwear, tack a piece of strong In order to increase we circulation 01 our journal throughout the United States and Canada, will aneml sion of what is needed Fortunntcly net over and darn through It. The darn this year over one hundred thouiiuitl dollars for the of the roads, theso will be stronger nnd neater than withnmonc our new suuscnoers in me iorm 01 an armuc men do not work very hard, but rather out it. Crayon Portrait and a handsome frame (as per cut below), to be made free of charge for every new choose to regard the few days on the To clean n stove zinc or subscriber to " North Amerlcnn llomca.' Our - bathtub, mix nmmonia and whiting to road as a kind of holiday outing, a picfamily journal is a monthly publication consisting of 10 pages, rilled with the best literature of the day, nic frolic, and a mentis of getting rid of a smooth paste, npply it to the zinc and by some of the best authors, and is worthy of the a certain amount of tax If they really let it dry. Then rub It off until no expense we are doing for It. Eight years ago le New York World had onlv ahout 15.000 dailv cir worked with all their might, they 'dust remains. It has orcr 00,000. This was obtained by judicious advertisement and a lavish culation; would make the roads almost as Im- expenditure of money. What the proprietor of the N. V. World has accomplished we feel confiA TEAsi'ooxFin. of nlum will mako dent of doing oursclres. We have a large capital to draw upon, and the liundnomo premium passable In the summer as they now clear four gallons of muddy wntor. wcareclvlnB you will certainly j;lvc us tho largest circulation of any paper In theworld. The arc In the lato winter und early spring. lioiling the water Is necessary to remoney wc are spending now among our subscribers will soon come back to us In increased circulation and advertisements. The Crayon Portrait we will have made for you will be executed With some kind of a glimmering klea move disease germs when a farm bv the largest association of artists In this city. Their work Is among the finest made, and we that ditches on each side of a road nro ' pump or town reservoir has a bad KiiHrniite vou an artistic Portrait and a perfect likeness to the original. There Is nothing good tohuve, they plow up these dltclies, nnme. more useful as well as ornamental than a handsome framed Crayon Portrait of yourself or any member of your family : therefore this Is a chance In a lifetime to get one already framed together with the sod that grows down and ready to bang in your parlor absolutely free of charge. When sealing fish, hold them under Into them, and pile all of this muck In water In a pan; then the senles will not BEAD THE FOLLOWINC GBAND 30 DAYS' OFFER: the middle of tho road. This material, fly in your face, but will fall to the Send us $1.60, price for one year subscription to " North American Homes," and send us also It may lc said, has a most excellent fera photograph, tintype or dagucrrotype of yourself or any member of your family, living; or tilizing value, and if it were put upon ' them and when the wuteris poured from diad, and w e will make you from same an artistic half lire dire Crayon Portrait, and put the are ready to turn Into tho slop Portrait in a good substantial cllt or bronto frame of S Inch moulding absolutely the fields Instead of In the roads it pall or compost heap. free of charge: will also furnish would amply repay tho fanners who you a genuine French glass, boxing and quarts of ran racking same freo of rxprnae. Cuti carted it away. Hut in the road it Is a ' beFive or six nt a time biscuit flour one prepared by taking this out nnd aeml it with your photo-- ! sad and nn immediate hindrance to teaspoonful grapn at once, also your siiDscriptlon, of soda and two of cream trnvcl. Lucklh.tho friendly spring rains of tartar, which vou can remit bv Draft. P.O. or three of baking powder to Money Order, Express Money OrderJ usually wash it back into the ditches, every or quart of flour, sifting It thor.loic, uaoc payauic to where it stays until some more tax is oughly three times and put away for NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO.. to bo "worked out." When these rains use. Reference Any newspaper publishers. Rev. T. De wltt Talmadge, ) W aM DnlMlnit ff VaV aro not sufficient to wash away theso I mercantile agencies and banks In New York City, J uUim UUIIUUI51 ItOB 1VIA. Onions are Improved by soaking In linjHMlitncnts that have been deliberatewann salt water an hour or so before ly placed In the roads the consequences For Character of Work wereferto the editor of the Interior Journal. nro very dusty roads during all the dry cooking, ns this removes some of tho rank flavor. They cook tender much season. In some neighborhoods a little more quicker, if sliced In rings Instead of If jeu wih tonjoy thr "ft-- t dcr life" to the iullivt extent, ride a nmbltious than those generally to bo splitting, If they are peeled and sliced A Specialist with a State Repufound, they mend the roads by placing with hands under water, some "idle tation for Curing Obscure COLUMBIA OR HARTFORD gravel und broken stone upon them. tears" may be nvolded. Chronic Diseases. Then the overseers say that they aro BELTS AND BOWS. BICYCLE. macadamizing the roads. Without thor- oughly draining the roud-beto put Stylish ritiUh to Any Sort of Pretty The ( olumMii u tco mil known to need cur adConn. broken stone or gravel upon It Is mereThe Hartford is rot ditional reci'imntnilation. It with the "I equaled at the rice The pretty belt shows In Illustration ly a waste of money and lntor, and the l'nctimatit. Tires for Jiso. ambitious uclghlorhoods so doing provo is a stylish finish to nny sort of cool In tlw end no wiser than- - those who summer gown, and may be made of rib- WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING NEEDED Ha,.: cover their roads with muck. Hut It Is bon or of the dress material with a big ssssssWiT",titf tnl " I1 CONNECTIOOITH BICYCLINC. within the means of every neighbor- - rosette of silk crepe in some shndo hood in the United Suites to materially which will harmonize with the rest of i improve their roads at once improve tho costume. A dainty piece of neck- anFirtcUs repairing. Write ui when you nred thing. tliemso much that where the traffic Is wear is made of white nnd green ribnot extremely heavy and continuous, bon bows set closely together und fast- G. M. ALLISON & CO., tho roads will be in tolerable order nine ened so that they look like white flow448 West Main Street, months In tho year, and very much bet-t- ers amid green leaves. The bows aro than at present, evtjn when tho sewed upon a green ribbon which is AtfiiiLaLBLLLLHfKyi'' .. KY. LOUISVILLE, frost is coming out of the ground at the tied at the back of tho neck. With the madness for Wattcau draperbeginning of spring. And this can bo done In three or four or five years with- - ies there has arisen a mild craving for out spending one penny more than is the Watteau bow Tho craze is at presLssLV SIENDT THESE ijJjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjJA ' now spent In the hurtful methods men- ent chiefly confined to young misses. The bow is from two to four inches In tioned. Harper's Weekly. The unilersicned, . J C Hoe, A. R Pen- width, nnd bright colors 6eem to take ny .J.N. Menefee.J li roster, V. O. Welch JKPSBSSSSSiSsV 'LSSSSSSV SBBSBSBSBSaV'BSBSBSBsBBSaBa That we, Rufus K. Syfers. George C. Webster, HsaBSBSBSBBsOT' audj w Itayucu, nereny associate uinuicnii CISTERN FOR BARN. llkSBSBSBSBSBBSwi toeether in order to torm a corporation pursuant Frank A Mcllride, W T. Grant, W J. Wilson General Statutesnf Kentucky. and Thomas Walker, have associated and become to Chapter j6if the SSSSHBSSS, FS3XW--- j It I far Itrltrr to Locate It Above" In. if. The name if the corporation ahall be "Stan- incorporated putsuant to the provisions of Chapter Rtcnil of t'nitrr Ground. ford Water, Liiiht, Light and Ice Cmp.uiy,"nod 56 ot tne ijeneruiotatuiesoi Kentucky, Where it is desired to have n cistern The name of the corporation thus turnicd Is the I its principal place of business ahall be the city nf O ADDI LTbVIAIsJ U T "Keeley Institute of Keatncky" The principal J, O. MrrLLITlMH Stai ford, Ktntucky. ITIaUi at the barn, it is letter to locate It 3. The general nature of the business to be place of transacting the business of said corpora' alwve and not under ground. Tho nc-transacted by the corporation shall be the con- tion snail dc uid urcnaru, Lincoln county, ivy., THE CELEBRATED junction, maintenance nnd operation of a system with a branch office in the city ot Louisville, Ky compatiylng illustration, engraved nf-- 1 f Watt-- Works for supplying water to the city of The general nature of the business to be trans ter a sketch from L. I). Snook, will givo Stanford and tne town of Rowland and to their in acted shall be that of a Sanitarium for the recepand nn Idea of this There will bo no need preference over dull ones. It Is usually habitants, nnd the construction, maintenance sup tion of patients sufferine; from diseases, mental or physical, or both, including patients suffering from orcrMlntiol a system of Klectric Lights fur of n p mp nor any exertion to fill tho made up in two loops when it is placed dying light to said city nnd town and to their alconoiism ineopium natnt a u omer similar rnai Formerly Professor of Practiconf Medicine, f and sale of artifi adles. and any business Incidental to or properly and the manufacture trough. It Is economy to constnict tho In the center of the back of the bodice, cial ice. connected therewith ; and for maintaining .. hotel cistern wall at the same time that tho from which point the long fluttering Ihcauthnriied capital nock of the corpora- for the accommodation of the patients or others. 4. Electrical Medical College, dividouter and foundation walls of tho ends hang to the foot hem. Farm and tion shall be one hundred thomsand dollars,CompaThe amount of the capital stock authorized is TORONTO, CANADA, ed intokhares of fifty dollars each, but the three hundred thousand dollars, divided into shares building are laid, but the wall may bo Home. ny may lgln bunneis when as much ax twentv-t.fi-o of one hundred dollars each payable at once, and t the capital stock is built of stone, or brick laid in wntcr-lim- c Now Examining Physician of the thousand dollars which may be paid, and It is contemplated will be and do stock shall be issued at less than paid in lull or tne sale ano transfer 10 tne Lorn pa ROBE FOR INVALIDS. mortar after the building is fin- its par value and except lor money actually paid ny ot the real estate and personal property in Lin Southern Medical Institute, ished. For a hundred-barre- l cistern The Clever Invention of un Ingenious Yan- in. r for property at its market value actually re- coin county, known as the Crab Orchard SprinL'i MUtnhe In tho Location unit Mnnnge rncnt of Country Highway. As a general thing, tho country road on thin continent have been so badly i HOUSEKEEPERS' CORNER. KEnr flowers fresh by nuttlnir a nlnch ef soda in tho water. Hon. tho clothesline, and it will not "kluk," as n now rope is apt to do. TEiAM MITOINJES AND STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 26-horse ! m mfJHimfe: . THE JAMES LF.FFEL PORTRAITS MsrA'i -- FREE. FRAMES well-bein- g zinc-llno- d to-1- j ' ' ot-tor- ' 1 J4 ' -u- m-mrr h n'ipau m mV JiJllL "I LssLHfiEk 5u& JflmL wfvV A er , ' j aid onpromi, r DtfUL WMll t sssf 'bHha PiMp kee. Woman. fSSSJBSSSSSSSSSSYJ m I . . English Specialist, d, j CONVENIENT ' 11AHN IIASEMENT CISTKItN. i ture. lV 4 A It Is said that a Paris laundryman has discarded all soaps, sodas and boiling powders. He merely uses plenty of water and boiled potatoes, nnd can" cleanse without employing nny alkali tho worst soiled linens, cottons or woolens. For Economical Housekeepers. Tjho shoulder piece of beef can b qyen with.out a particle of water. A cover, or a tone Jar with a plain dough, will Jd made of and juices, und thukeep in tough the flavor iber and gristle are softened by the Wld beat. It mustbc put in three or Jeur hours before "dinner time. The that comes through thu stone la different from that of hot iron. iilatheislow acting of tho steady tkat makes a rich dish out of a tight-ilttlng mde,iato.atender nnd dclicnto dish by letting it cook in Its own juices in tho jetaL Hose Queen. a, as indicated in tho engraving, while tho outlet pipe is nenr one corner, and is provided with a stopcock. The watering trough Is secu at c An overflow pipo can be located at nny point within two inches of tho top bf the cistern and should huvu greater capacity than the Inlet pipe, thus preventing all danger from overflowing. Tho top of the cistern may bo covered over with boards, If desired. If necessary, pipes can be laid from tho cistern to any part of the basement nnd other watering places established. American Agriculturist. How to Teach the Wortl "Whua." I teach tho word "whoa" by a bitting arrangement which is n simple one. It consists of a straight bit with n small cord attached to tho rings. Hring this over his head as though $'. were a bridlo and pull it gently back on his neck. Of course ho will refuse to give up to it nt first, but work by degrees. Keep him checked only a few minutes at a time, but repeat tho operation until he will givo to tho bit, which lie will do in twenty or thirty minutes. Now fasten a cord to the ring of the Int. stand In froutof him and say. "Cotno here," pull him gently and if ho refuses to obey, touch him lightly with tho whip around tho foreleg. Ho will soon follow you and just as soon as ho will da this press on tho bridle and say: "Whoa." Continue this kind of treat-wen- t for some little time and it will pay you well for doing it. J. W. Smith, te Troy Time. , one-thir- d the two outer walls should be one foot thick, but the inner wnlls resting against tho basement need not be over ciglil inches in thickness The bottom of the cistern Is filled In with stones, or well packed enrth, to tho depth of eighteen inches ns indicated by tho dotted lines nt b b, nnd the whole Is thoroughly plastered with cement mortar. The Inlet plpo may be placed at vided sleeves aro detachably connected to the lx)dy portion nt the urmholcs, nnd a removable collar Is also provided. The manner of adjusting this robe to the patient is too obvious to need further description. Mechanical News. Try It Without Delay. To keep off inosquitos take - ""S1 quantity of a two per cent. VJ lUUU acid solution, nnd sprinkle sheets, coverlets, pillow and bolster on both sides the edgings of bed curtains und the wall next the bed. The face und neck may also bo slightly wrtted with tho solution. Not a singlo guut or mosquito will come near. I The garment is made up of two front pieces joined together vertically nt the front nnd joined by buttons at the sides to the two back pieces which nro united by buttons or similar devices nlong n horizontal lino about the middle of ihe robe. Longitudinally divalid. ceived and applied to the t'luthorired purposes of the corporation, or fur labor done nnd accented at Lizzie H. Fifleld. of Manchester. N. its n arkct value. Subscriptions for stock shall be as such times II., by her invention has added one ray paid atof Directors and In such Installments the may determine. lloard n of hope and comfort to the 5. The corporation shall begin business on the day of April 1S9J, invalid, to whom the necessary chnngo jothfifty year, thereafter.and continue in existence, for of garments is a dreaded ordeal because 6. The affairs of the corporation shall be con. ducted by a Hoard of five Directors, one ol whom shall be appointed President by the Hoard, and by such other officers and agents as the said Hoard I. ay de!m necessary to appoint (IT A M 7. The flonrd ol Directors shall be elected m 'iii I by the stockholder. on the first Monday of each July, tohnlu office for one year, or until their successors are elected and qualified and until the first annual election in July, 1891, the incorpora tors hereinbefore named shall be the Hoard of Directors of tho Company. In the annual election of Directors each shareholder shall have the right ho shall to cast as many votes in the aggregate ewn shares, multiplied by the number of Diiect-or- s be elected, and each shareholder mav cast to the whole number ol votes either 111 person or by proxy for one candidate, or distribute his vote among two or more candidates, and the Directors of this Company shall be elected in no other manner exctnit when a vacancy occurs It may he filled liy 1Mb other Uirectors, S. This corporation shall possess a.I the powers enumerated in Section aof C hapter fe of the Gen- era! Statutes ot Kentucky. 0. Tins corporation snail at no time contract or Incur debts creator in amount than 30 per cent, of INVALID HOUK. the stock subscribed and paid for. 10. The private property ot" tho stockholders of the turning and twisting required to shall he exempt from liability for I the debts of the I. C. HOWE, get into and out of them. Ily the-- use corporation. A. R. PENNY, I N. MENEKEE, of the robe hero shown the nurse can I II. fr'iiisTBll mako the required changes without addW. (J. WELCH, ing greatly to tho discomfort of the inso J. W HAYDEN. bed-rlddc- 1 Z3 & h W For Sale In the corpcrate limits o T Twenty Building Lots R owland. H. I. DARST. Rowland J. H. BAUGHItlAN, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT ..Representing., Andrew Dunmncton in and to the agency tor the sale and administration of Dr. Leslie E. Keeley s double Chloride of Gold remedies, in and fur the State of Kentucky, granted to them in and by cer tain written contracts be'weeti them as panics of the one part and the Leslie h.. Keeley company ot Dwight, Illinois, party of the other part, of date of March 16, 1S01. The corporation shall commence on tho 3th day ol April, 1B93, and continue lor a rxrlod of twenty fic years thence ensuing The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a Hoard of Directors consisting of six members, to be elected on thu first Monday in every November, and to hold office for one year thereafter and until the election and qualification of their successors, respectively. Hut the first election for Di rectors snail not occur until the first Monday of November, 1894, The incorporators above named shall constitute the first Hoard of Directors and shall hold their office until the first Monday in November 1S94. The Hoard of Directors shall elect from their numbera Preidentand and may also electa Sectetary, Treasurer, Manager and such other officers as to them may seem beet, from persons outside, of the lloard of Directors, and may prescribe the qualifications and duties of any such officers so elected Tho highest amount ol indebtedness to which si d corporation may at anytime subject Itseit is one hundred thousand dollars. In case of the death, resignation or inability to serve, prior to November, 1894, of clt er of the incorporators named herein, the legal representative 01 either of said parties shall have the exclusive ricnt to nominate his successor as such Di rector in this Company during said period. The private property of the members and stockholders of this Company shall be exempt from liability for the debts of the corporation Said corporation shall have perpetual succession, the right to sue and capacity to be sued by its aforesaid corporate name; may nave a common seal and alter It at pleasure; mav render the shares ot Interests of stockholders transferable and prescribe the mode of making transfers; may exempt the private property of the members aud stockholders from liability fcr the debts of the corporation, and does herein before exercise this power and by these articles, irrevokably .xempt the pi property of the stockholders and members from llablllay for the debts of the corporation; may make contracts, acquire and transfer property, real or personal, possessing the same power in such respects as private individuals enjoy; and mortgage any of its property, real or personal; and make rules or regulamay establish tions deemed expedient for the management of its affairs not incon.istent with the constitution or laws of the Slate or of the United State. In testimony whereof, witness tho signatures ot FRANK A. McliRlDE the Incorporators. W. T GRANT. GEO. ( WEBSTER. RUFUS K. SYFKRS THOMAS WALKER, by-la- nnmertv. and the proprietary rights of Kutus K Sjfers, George C. Webster, rrank A. McHrideand LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be day, June 21st. at Stanford, Tues- From 9 a m. to 6 p. m., one day only, returning every four weeks during the year. Dr. Appleman Is a graduate cf Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York City, and the Electrical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has made a special study ot the diseases he treated in the great Hellevue and Charity Hospital for sev eral years and recognizes nosuperiorm diagnosing He devotes all and treating Chronic Diseases his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in this class of cases is well established. Treats sue- -. cesslully, and Permanently Cures Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears, Deafness, Diseases of Kye, bar, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Hladder troubles. llnght's Disease, Dubetes, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. Young or middle aged men suffering from Impotency, Eruptions, the results of errors or exceses, should call before It is too late. We gurantee a cure if case has not gone too far. . Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face permanently removed. Blood and Skin Diseases. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., cured by never failing remedies. Discasesof women, such as Lcucorrhea, painful Menstruation Displacement ot Womb, bearlnz down pains In back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure' medical and surgical cases He undertakes no incurable diseases hut cures hundreds given up to die. CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential.AddrrSi a ; J.S APPLEMAN, 1 M. D Louisville, K). asxjssitsssj AaMfTTlvStss a aaisi Caj oysnsfj rwr W.J.WILSON, LB)ssB)BAvATfL-sTlfADsT BaBaBSVnBSiaM COPYRIQHTS, .MiuuhtftK,,frMinchester, Eng. JPjaMiylrMii Tire, Philadelphia, Imi.Oo. f Mwrth America, " firnt-cla- Hartlri. of Hartford, Conn., ICE AHTD BEER. T H PATKMTts . Cleaning Bottles. Egg shells are nice to clean bottles or cruets, also little bits of raw potato 4 soapsuds. Shake well, thea rinse several tinea, -1 ( I can supply the families of Stanford and vicinity wllh home made Ice at 60 cts. per 100 pounds: less than that amount at one cent per pound, and manufactured Ice at 75 cent per too pounds or lH Companies. I would cents for smaller quantities. Ice delivered every A( nfohlfh are to wait on ray friends in this line. Pol. morning. I call special (.Mention to the John Brebe'plad mer Brewing Ce.'s Celebrated I. X, L. Heer, for teiM'ejnttl7. issued iWIHiasure against Will stores and lightning. Lightning claus. which I am agent. prices. fnruUhin eithe' ' or bottle. Write for "without additional charge. ts'at .ached K. BREMKR, Stanford, Ky. ijtf Office at First National Bank Stanford, ke-B- IVir .nfnnaatioa and free Handbook writ MUNN & CO. 361 BHOAl)WAT,WfW TOMC. Oldest bureau Jor securing s BJtgtjsttfcsrfysi i Kvery Patent taken out by tee puollo by a uotloa given fro of oksfjsjsj cir tit ifa weria 1 ?: I io tM Largest creaUtlra of tav sets world. SpIsaMHa'r llteKf!sii It. rasa should b ultboot JtdiWssl wur, CI St) ill months. rtTBLUBKM. M Jkoadww. "- - - f. P 'I'-- d PI, 1) j HT o Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal K'., - JUNE 10. 1892 TAXFORD, W. P. WALTON. B08BITTINTHE WiLLiAM'-iJUKO.Jun- o MOUNTAINS. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) 0. I am buck nt this prosperous mountain city Rgain, Circuit court couventd hero yoBtenlny with a full docket and a crowded house of either spectators. I am stopping with tins go nial Rontlotnan, the eflicicnt sheritr, the bmve knight and clever landlord, Matt Moore, who keeps the Williamsburgand feeds his guest like n Nabob in India. I left Crab Orchard Sunday and enjoy ed ths beautiful mountain scenery very much. Tho rugged dells, the depp, dark mountain gorge?, tho lofty mountains, tho clills, towering high overhead, defyiDg time and laughing to scorn tho raging tempests, for more than fiO centuries, whose snows and hails, winds and rains, have b aten upon them in vain I Eijrht different times the train hid itself iu the dark bosom of the earth, but hs often tho vapory lingers of steam brought it forth again into tho glorious sunlight and it went waving on with us burden, while the Genius of l'rogre, with brow festooned with wild mountain flowers, rode triumphantly upon the smoke stacL A. lofty, yet humble and sooty throne for a queen regent! When I,oudoo whs reached a creature so beau- -; tiful, so lovely, so far superior in all per fection to any I had ever seen befor, caused me to remark to those sitting near: "Old Peter has been rather euro--lcthis beautiful Sunday evening and has left the golden gate a little ajar." "Why so?" asked Biveral. "Because," I replied, "I see an angel has s'ipjvd out and come down on a visit to Lou don." I told them that if she were a created being of earthly essence that when nature formed tho design of creating her she called together all that was beautiful, graceful and lovely in the and gazelle, imated world tho whose eyes she had, the graceful antelope, the liberty loving chamois of the Alps, the sweet singing nightingale, the beautiful humming bird and selecting the choicest parts of each, she formed this heavenly creation and then standing back and looking admiringlv at her magical work, enclaimed, "Perfect I" For never did Grecian chisel trace "A nymph, a naiad or a'gracc Of finer form or lovelier face." Send a copy ol the next isue of you unequalled paper to Miss Sidney Standi!, Williamsburg, ar.d if not called for there, and if there should be any postal facilities on the Celestial shore, tho will forward it on and it will probably find its appropriate destination and be delivered to the proper recipient. Now I shall talk about something less lovely and less beautiful Judge Boyd and his court. His honor's instructions to the grand jury were sublimely grand. Ho fined tho gay and jovial jailer So for appearing in the presence of the court intoxicated and recognized him in a bond of S200 to appear before the grand jury to tell where lie cot his whisky. I looked every inintit for him to tell the jailer to go and put himself in jail, lock the door and send the court the key. This is th) judge who recently removed tho jailer from his ollico in tho county of Laurel for suffering prisoners to run at large over town, and although that jnilr was a republican, he now sighs to find the jailer's keys no more. Judge Boyd s.iys the place for a man sent to jail is within the walls, and the judge is exactly right. The few weeks' confinement in jail before trial is often the only punishment tho bloodiest of murder over get I have heard of a jailer in a county adjoining Lincoln that alio wed even a guilty parricide to visit the young ladies iu the town and go oti n visit as far aa Harrodshurg. Blackstone says that it is an escape to allow a prisoner more liberty than the law allows that is to let him run at large, and it matters not that tbo prisoner does not take advantage of the jailer's criminal negligence, the opportunity to escape and the evil resulting to the boyd of, the country seeing a murderer going at large, is the same. So well did our English ancestors understand this that they destroyed everything (even inanimate) that had caused the death of a man, as a wagon wheel that had run over him, a knife with which ho had ben killed, that tho people might uot become familiar with murder. If Judge Boyd were on the bench in the 8th judicial district how long would that clever and jailer carry the keys of the jail of the county to which I refer and which you so well know which I mean . Perhaps tha Reporter and Republican will publish this letter, or an extract tiwrefrom. I mean no towards tbat jailer; I only mean to censure frieftde M well aa foes, when they destorm-bpaten for a four weeks' session, growing upon the ruined castlejof virtue where innocence once dwealt. He seem, ed to think that the worst sinner in or out of hell was he who employed tho graces of his person and tho treasures of his mind to dazzle the senses and influence the pass ona of poor, weak and erring woman that lie might triumph over her virtue and exult over the inin he had wrought. That even a Men upon was notldng but tho coral lips of a torch applied to the magizino of the that no one could inhale the fragrance of the rose from afar that did not Iodk to taste tho sweetness of its dewy leaves. Fontaine Fox Boiiiutt. b-a- MHoa' Nerve and Llvera PHI principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through the ntrvM. A new t)r Mile' Till speedily Cure bilious discovery nen bad taste, torpid liver, piles. Constipation. Unequaltd Tor men, women, children, Smallest mildest, surest Kiftjr doses 15 cent. Sample at A. K. Penny's. a new .cton pike, SKJXX 4 l?rP TljATfll I mile from Stanford, Desirable Vxm of 140 Acres on Cab Orchard W. il Miller. (70 TO THE PUHLIC. I have, made arrangements with G. V, Single ton, the Saw Mill man, to furnish the public with any and all kinds ot lumber, cither at my store In Crab Orchard or at the mill. Fencing Plank and Potts a specialty. Oet my my prices Mora huy. W. A. CAUSON, InK Dealer In General Merchandise, i Crab Orchajd, Ky. MONUMENTS Ofjall kinds, A LAMB A CREEP OR HURDLE. , tented by his uncle with a new suit of clothes, became for tho firt time in his life interested in his persMiuil appearance, and insisted upon having a collar put on and having hi hair comix!. Taking tho comb to tho uncle that gn J him the clothes lie requested him to comb hid hair. "Well," said the undo, "which sido shall I part it our" Tho youngster's ideas on the subject of hairdressing were quite vaguo, but ho was equal to the omorgency. "Well, 011 tho outside. I guess," said he. Boston Transcript. A Chip of the Old lllock. AA0XP.hccn.JT?: Which Side, and crop the choicest herbage liefure tho older sheep soil it. Somo creeps nro adjustable to the eiao of tho lamb, others nro fixtures, and tho upright bars tlironh which they pass are round and Kiuoot'.i and revolve upon an axis of iron or on an iron spike. Tho revolving rollers lAnon tlin voonnl ContrliHiti'o In Hlu' I'litur w tilt .skillWe will pay the abate reward for any casnof I.ivcr Complaint, Dyspepsia, Melt Headache, Inful rinckiiuiKtrrn. digestion, Constipation or Costtvcnets we can not The creep is a contrivance by which cure with West's Vegetable User fills, when the tho l.iuilw i. to allowed to run forward directions are s'rictly complied with They are Mtislac-tlon. 55500 REWARD. Made and Sot Up in All Parts of tho Country. Xo Agents employed '9 "' purely vogelablo and never fail to give Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 30 pi)U, 'jc. lioware of counterfeits and imitations. T he genuine manufactured only by The John C. Wom Co., Chicago, III. For sale by A K. Penr ny. W-iy- W. ADAMS N'o. & llreadway, Lexisgton, Ky. SON, Knosvillo, Cumberland Cap I LouisvilU JAPANESE i f$li y do well must have change, freedom and a private lunchroom; all this can lie nc A new and Complete treatment, consisting el complished through the nsoof tho creep. also in fax Ointment Tho revolvers of tho plan 1 send you are suppositories,positive cure iu Cpsl.al. Internal, for Kxter and pills; a stationary. Tho distnnco bstween tho Ulind or Bleeding, llchinr, Chro ic, Keeent or been Hereditary Piles. This remedy revolvers must bo made to snit tho breed. known to tail. $1 per bo, 6 ler $j;has never mall. svnt by suffer from this tcrr. 1I0 Jlscn e when a writ For instance, for Merinos, six inches Whr to j glve with the uprights will bo suflicient, and ten guarantee Is positltr o rtd. Send 4 boxes, for stamp refund the money if not from eight to ten inches wide will moot free sample Guarantee liMiod by A II. Pinny, Druggist tho demnnds of all other breeds. When samples. and sole agent, ianford, Ky, Call for " sntticiently largo to fill tho different spaces tho youngsters will be fit to wean; moanwhilo the ewes cannot forco themselves through tho creep. lltiilutritoluwl I .mil.. a i CUR J? Mag ' Double Daily Schedule, U. R. In K Ifect May 8. ' Lve. Loultviile ' south nou.yn. i i9. Arr. Mlddlesbero Stanfard H.ata S ljim m Le. MMdlesboro . . .. Arr. CunibcrUnd Gap..... ' Jlamiltim Springs " Arthur......... " V neim 5 J4Swn pm 1 m j p nt i 14 " Clinch Klver, " (.lakman ' WnshlHirn.... " T"" . Powell River . I.one Mountain, iS p 7ja iy vm 7 3 M " j a jl pm j6 p m il" if m 6)SM m 7 j 40 p m j4 i I I bo-twe-on llsvlntr removed my llarber Snop to the Coin ncretal Hotel, 1 am Pewdrr Springs ...., " LuttnlL...w....... " Corrjton .. " MaUneyville . " Hcvrrly ........ " K..VO. Junetian 01 " KiKsvllle 4 4 4 4 5 S 55 P m ol p ni Jt 4' il pm i P m m pm a ijs a m m 8 1111 m ;inn 741am lisain m mb m Prepared to Accommodate Ladies a3 well a3 Qentlemon, uh 1 NOltTH flQUN!) Lve. RnoavtHi. ..M., Arr. K. ,V O Junttktn...... 1 4la ru '!"" itssm 111 Ijta 4 .1. t jo a IS j. JUiC Ill; A I j t . Imp Tho frame enn bo tumlc of light Iron or 2 by 3 sciintllng. Tho two posts (P) ench hnvo a hook top, nml bottom for linnclnit tho netting on, ttinkiuR It conx'cnlont for wire moving. Tho netting bliouM bo thirty Inches high. The ixts nro tiuopvtl with Iron nt tho top nnil cnetl ut tho bottom. Tho crceiw (A) nro twenty-fou- r Inches lilgh nnil nro hhown tti tho engravlnc to bo of UUproportlounto width betwevn tho rolleri, which should bo set from ; rajm cheep. Iteaiiathp, Nennus ... .ijur.n WaUtttn.a t (its! llAnr.lunn enine ol Drain, tauting insanity, misery, dtiay, OIil Age, lUrrennrss, Ixmis of death Premature Power in cither sex, Imiiotcncy, Lucorrhira ami all Female Weakness s, (noluntry Losses, Sper-- 1 of brain. Self matorrhuTU caiiteU by A month's treatment Abue. Ji, sis lor St by mail We guarantee six oses la cure F.ach oriter for six boxes with J$ will send written iruaranWc to refund it net cured Guar artecs issued only by A K Penny, Druggist and stlea,;ent,Stanf rd, Ky 97 ivr n Dr. F C. Wett's NrrveanJ Dram Treatment, a a specific f. r llstcrtn. Dimness, I" Its Neuralgia. . In anythiHkT Ihev may aiao waitet on. .n r.- - al n lur line. Chil " ' " Itcwily ....M Orrytan LutireH Pavnler Sprints ....., Sua e oa a m 111 4 j am ijupm A pen 7 7 7 3 9 O am jo a in 44 7pm it m ft 1 5 P tu'fsl by aKonoi f JESSE THOMPSON, Iu Commercial Hotel. N-W " ' over-em-rti- NotfoIkiWestern May R.R. " ' Arthur . " Hamilton Sjirtng " Cvmbrrlandpap Arr. Stanfonl LohIsvJ'S. (VuneciioHS " Inc " Oskmsn .. Clinch Klver. Msmatain.... Tazcv,ell Powell Klver Washfcurn..... Miltn 8Istpni to so a m lap m jap m nctsm 850pm 11 iCa m fWIM 11 44 a m !" 11 ta m japn. as pm ib 4) a lit I 10 slam am 4p m pm n jl a in 8 19 s t dark-eye- rr. , I. Lv erected in tho field, ro that tho lambs may go through nt will to feed on crushed cuke, peas or oats, and when satisfied Mir s return outside and steal a drink of their mother's milk, or tho system I work on myself is, I thiuk, still preferable feeding the lnmbs three times n day, giving them only what they will consume- for tho time being. Lambs are very dainty in their eating; Twenty mllcithe Shortest to the least offensive smell seems at onco to Iu tho first place thoy disgust them. should havo feed troughs specially for themselves. These should bo about six Chicago. .Michigan Pints, ?U Louis, IIwHslo, Cleveland, Detroit, feet long, tho bottom six inches wido Indianapolis and the West, and the sides not more than two inches Nc sKngtand, Canada, in height; they should bo raised nlxrat Tbo American pcoplo nro rapidly beepnilnK a New Yorlc, four inches from the ground and a round race of nerroaa wrecks, and tho followine or HalUniore, Philadelphia Washington. the bet rotnedy Alphonr.0 Hcmpfllnir, polo should run along tho top of tho I'a-- ewnarn when his oon waa Quickest time loliarrodsburK, Krankfort, Ky MlleV Krt K trough from one end to tho other to pre- Ilotler. St, Vituu that danw, Dr. Shertest and KUhmend. VIRGINIA Quickest line to vent the lambs from jumping from ono etoratlvc Nenlno cured him. Mrof J It Miller, Lopanaport, of Valparaiso, and J D. Tarlor, sido of the feed box to tho other, which Ind , each esined 20 pounda from taking it. ln. as cured they continually keep doing, dropping II. A. danltW, of Vlf tu'a, Ind. , vrheadache, of 40 to dirt from their feet in the trough and 60 convulsions a day, and much ith backache, and norvon proatraUon, by ono SOLID VKSIIIlt'l.Kl) TRAINS thro' Mich., llirminKham, Meridwnsting much feed. The jolo must bo bottle. Daniel Jlycra. Urookljn. ten yearsoaya hi out chanije via ChilUn.-eitatand-Inlaughter was enred of Inaanlty of connections en joute lor Knaa ian mskmc direct sufficiently high from tho trough so as Trial bottlee, and fine book of manolons Mile, Asheville, LynchburRand points in the not to interfero with tho lamb reaching cure, freo at drucglsw. Tblsrerapdy contains no opiates. Dr. ililes Medical Co., Klkbart, Ind. the feed. I prefer a flat bottomed feed lox to a TBIAIi MOTTUG FBEE. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmiti oue. Lambs like their feed For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford. ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, in troughs so formed, I presume, Iwcauso Brunswick, Lake City, Thoiuasvllle and I'LOUI DA points. thoy do uot blow on tho food when The onl line running scliJ Vestibuled trains with spread on n flat surfaco nearly so much HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. AuKUStinc without change lor any class of pas as when placed deep in a narrow simce. trrRersorbaKRaRe. Fwd little at a time is the great secret Selina and MontRomery, Huntsville, Deestur I offer for the House and Lot belonging; to points. Let tho fihopherd stand by while tho the estate of tent Gaines Craig, nnd adjoining llorcnce, Memphis and ARKANSAS Sclma, Mo Capl Annistnn, Shortest and quickest Stanford, Getting His i:y's Opened. Owslev, lamba are eating and ns thoy clean thoir Dr J. II.haarlgfit on Hustonvlllo street. necessary bile. Pucct connections to made at NKW ORKy. It looms, good well and Jim Dooli tie lately married a Fifth didi add a handful more. By such ' outhouses. LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston Houston, Austin, avenue society lady, and funic minors of handling it is iihtonishing the quantity Vt M. McKOUKKTS, Age nt, Stanford, Ky. ,$.,t an inipendi:.a tlivorce ni ulrvad; h.i!o:tt of grub you can coax them to stuff into TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Ho coinplrtihts that hii wife has u viy their little stomachs, and it is marvelous The only through line to Jackson and Vickiburt,, bad temper mid flirts with Tom, Diclc how lambs develop under such treats Miss. , hhreveport La., maklnc direct connection! and Harry. Go without omnibus transfer lor Dallas Kort Worth, ment Austin San Antonia, El Paso and pelntstn "Wheu did you first get acquainted Tho shepherd should when tho lambs To havo jour phctographs tsken. He keep up with your wife?" neked it friend. nro eating tako particular notice of tho TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. with all the "I have known her for a good while, gross feeders tho big constitutioned For through rates correct county maps and Iu but I didu't b'et really acquainted with sorts for theso are tho ones ho has to information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky her until after wo were married," re- depend on for winning honors in tho or address J. S. LEITH, And will civeyou good satisfaction. Trav. Pass. Agt .Junction Clty.Ky plied Jim with a 6igh. Texas Sittings. ruow arena. lie should alto stamp on y V. G. EDWARDS. A.J EAKT, .Stanford. U. MILLER, G. P .V T. A., Traffic Mangr., his memory the ewes that have produced Cincinnati A fierrnnt'it ICecoiinutiuIiitlon. best lambs, so that he may bestow tho Jio quite on them every caro to reproduce to adA Pennsylvania woman prided herself ujon never "takingimjm-- 1 vantage. dence" from a servant, was greatly as-- 1 HEXVJCXJSrGTOXXr I tako caro that lambs under my tontehed latvly by a domestic who was charge wake up every morning to a libSTANDARD leanng her in "high dudgeon." eral feed of cako and oats, and at uight "There is tao thing I will say of ye," thoy receive tho same before resting said tho irat.- Bridget; "that is, I can their hearts on tho pillow. What conricomend yo s bein tho lest liddy I ever tented children a hearty supper makes o worked for ii. all mo life for takin them! Not n whisper is heard till and not mad at it!" breakfast hour tho following day. In Wido tho morning I no sooner enter tho foeding fold than thcro is a general rush l'olutvra. ns to which of tho lambs will pass first Bulfinch How is it, Mr. Johnsing, through tho creep. What moro beautiIlsLjVKW? Wyi jL HteM that you dress up so fine every other ful bight can thero bo than a lot of lino way aud jvt always wear a pair of thrifty lambs crowding around tho feed flSmsMBP!isMsy2hJagci trousers that bag so terribly at tho boxes crunching cako and corn. What knee? music there is in that crunch! William Mr. Johnsing Well, yoh see, Massa Watson iu Breeder's Gnzette. Will be sent to any address from enow .THE. Bulfinch, that my feet's done sot on so until January 1st, 1S93, for twenty-fiv-; you Campaign year Is at hand cents nigh in the middle that I coun' tell TI10 trtnndiird of Horse Flesh. must keep posted, aud the way tp do which way I was agwine, if it wan't for Recent developments in the liore mardo so is to read TIIK COMMERCIAL IIY the only true expoaent ol protection doso bags nt tho knee. Bostou Courier. ket show several facts. One is that the and sound currency in the South standard of horso flesh of all kinds has MEANS Two 1'upus. advanced so rapidly in this country that Sample Copy. Mamma, shall I invite what would havo been u good horse Weo Hostess Send for a .to Lucy Littnay to my party? tho war would bo a scarecrow now. Mamma' -t- ainly. She is the min- Second, the livo farmer and breeder You .. THE And eaaralne it carefully. ister's dang must keep paco with this advancing serve it will be sure to subscribe. Address daughters get invited standard or ho will bo bankrupted. "Do mink .era all letters and make all checks and Most Satisfactory and the Moat Wha Jadge Boyd was instructing the everywhere?" orders payable 10 High grade horses of all kinds sell readiseduction grand jury oa tbo 10 year-olDurable. "Always." ly at a good price, bnt inferior animals law heswM moM. severe and eloquent. "They has lots of fun, I guess. I wish bring almost nothing. The taste is so A complete stock of best quality Ribbons, Legal Hewkl tbow young men who went my papa- was a minister 'stead of a critical that few horses come up to presaud Utter Paper, Oil, Mss. Covers, etc. Co. Send for descriptive pamphlet to ent requirements of the market. about'te toil sad to stain the fair name mis'ablo sinner." Good News. of the you ax md unsuspicious were the O. M. ALLISON & 00., One pound of three strand wool twine Old man Berry Startles, who lived LOUISVILLE, KV. greatest orlaiaala in nil the land and de.,S Street, will tie the fleeces of thirty sheep. One in Uye Cove, Scott county. Va., wan' asserved the fekm'a cell iu the State peni- sassinated by three masked mi n and his pound of five strand wool twi&e will tie Louisville, Ky. tentiary. I ceald see the poisonous ivy house robbed of $450. up tho fleeces of twenty sheep. post-mHst- hired it was sued for damages. Tho question turned largely upon the reputation of the defendant as a hard rider. A witness was called a long, lank westerner. usually "How does Mr. ride?" asked tho lawyer. Without a gleam of intelligence, the witness replied: "Astraddle, sir." "No, no," said tho lawyer; "1 mean, does he usually walk or trot or galhip?" "Waal," mi id tLe witness, i.pju-eutlsearching in the dcpVs of histi.it. mo: . for facts, "when ho n-- e a wall.iu lw.r ho walks, wh)ii he rides', a Uottin i.orso he trots, and when he t'des a gallopin horso ho galhi, when" The lawyer wan a.:;ry. "1 w:::it to know what ;?uit tho delendnut usually takes fast or slow:" h'l.s "Waal," s.id the witnetw, u:. company riuos fast lie ii.lcs wheu his coinpat.v rkto? alow he ridtM slow." "I want to kaow, sir." the lawyer said, very much oi.a; iterated and very rides stern, now, "how Mr. when ho is iilouiir" "Waal," said the witness?, more tdowiy and meditatively than over, "v.. uu l.e was alone I w.i'n't along uml I don't know." The laugh at tho questioner ended the cross examination. Century. six to eight or" ten Inches i.nrt nccordiiu to the tircetl. Tho rollers (It) turn on ironrplkos, GcS-or Inch Kt pipe nntiwcri tho puriKJto If propBingo What's the matter with your erly set so ns to allow of revolution. Or these uprights may be tnmlo etntlonnry. Tho slide clothes, Bobby? through which tho roller or uprlchts p.tcs Is I fell down on my mljnktuble. so that tt can bo set to tho height Bobby (meekly) of tho Vjtubs and flxitl there by Iron pins. Tho way from school. thin Bingo Who licked? New York Sun. ends or the tilde should bo and plateInIron which ean be easily moved up down tho slits In tho pasts. How lie Itcdf. Wheu you want to bring out a lot of The character of the old Illinois early ram or wether lambs for the fall courts, in which Abraham Lincoln prac- or Christmas shows no tune should bo ticed, was very primitive. In ono cae lost. An inclosure of hurdles with n livery stable horso had died 60on after troughs and feed inside and croep in tho being returned, and tho perron who had center of the fold should at onco Ihj 84 I v made with trains North h4 llliiefield and intermediate Notth-eat Grand Casttsol depot, CIhcih41. l Illucfield, IU.Itord, Koanole, and All trains connect at CrrvtH, 'I essn., with II 10am tor Si Camlvrtar.st Oap Kaflroad train M and r' hhurc, Klchmoud and Norfolk. Alto (via Kiunokr) for Washington, Hagertlewn, ilairls-l- i fiupi Tate Sprints anil Ism SprlHt. TtrasiRh tiekots om slo ai City Ticket uoaca rg, Philadelphia and N'cw Vark. Jxm- Dotsot Ttekrt oflke, fet Wail To euro co nntlpnt Ion i5 0sr stn-'i- ml Pullman Sleeping Cars from to Nr vl!ioulilbaiivoItlelltwi:ikcmtiirir f lk via Notion and Ka.lfurd; also Kadlorsl to .Maui street. KHasvttU power of motion. A ncutlo ntierlrnt Kr any Information as to roatet, rates, etc., ap New York, via Shenandoah Jimctian, also Rads'lltert I only required. Tults Tlny ford In Washington; also from I.ynchbirj to Rich- ply ta W. A. IILV, AeiinB Ren'll'sss. Act., Liver PUN nro prcpareit with specials mond Qp 11KNRV A. SMITH, Illy TIclot Ailosit views to tho permanent cure of I rains lor Porahet tat, I'owhatan and 0.-il- l Knotv1IIe,Tenn. COSTIVENESS and HEADACHE. leave lllueficld daily atgo$a m an.1 a 40 p m 4 nip m,7 $ pm MTIiey 11 ro milil iintl remain In the ys-(Trains arrive at Nortou Irtnn the Fast dally at tcm until tlicytictnn tint liver, cnuso " p m and -- aniitiirnl How of Mlonml their tonlo J p in O IK YOU ARK GOING . . For further inlormalion as to sehedules. ratm, Ixiw-- Q properties impart power t tlin Ai , .ipplyto agents of Norfolk A- Wettern els to removo unlirullliy ncemmulnv- V II IlKVILL, vr to tlons. (Imxl apiM'tltn atnl digestion t'.en rssterker Agt . Iloanrtr. Va. result from t ho useoftticotlttloplUx. Iricv, SSc. Olllce, at lnrk Place, S'. Y. stations. I .xi p m (or Graham, 11 Mor-rMu- w 9i NMHHi Schedule Lte MUdUsUro " Mlddlestaro it oj laaop i, itui ... ,,, a n JL5JB e TalfsTfflyPiibg A IKAVK NOIITON DAILV without change. Pullman Pallet) Car Knotvllle la Cincinnati Llvill ' --- 1 1 f3 . Kail-roa- A XKrORTHOKWEST tin: Louisville 4 Naihvuic R. R. Il the line for you, as lis ftnwS&ym fu Double Dally Trains Make clnte connections al For all points LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). IIAGGAGE CIIECKKD THROUGH For any information sanalreef K. L. CLIFFORD, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Or W. W. PKNN, Trav. Pass Airenl, Junction C'ty, K STARTLING FACTS. enp-c. Bpecch-lei.fro- et Boston, .TAKE THE.. ra AiMtlTlsJtnBiiil mV-M)$MLWZS ft. " ?jJ0U.8ilUt IIIWAtIITOllCIW"wt'i6"' " -- tllzzl-no- s. , THE WORLD'S' FAIR LINE TO ........And........ 1?AM.'ID)LKNA9 ed pots west ...Aud KdDlQTjeC -- WEST, 1 to Earp's Art Gallery Finest and best Vestibuled Duffel Sleeping Cars ami Parlor Cars on all trains. No change of cart, best accommodations, quick, cat time and lowest rates. For Information address IAS. DARKER, G V. A., Chicago. W G CRUSH, D P. A., Louisville. latest Improvements, 9,-,- Newport Nows A: Mississippi Valley Co. (Chesapeake A Ohio Route.) Washington, Philadelphia Old Point and the Seashore and all Eastern Cities. 25c. Baltimore, Now York, IN EFFECT NOV. 13, 1S91. - blood-Btain- ed impi-donc- Av.-ak- e. The Weekly Louisville Commercial Typewriter Vas- t- I.imll'd Accom. Acco. HOUND, Mail Ex. Daily Datlv Ea. S11. KaSu Dally 6 00 p 11 40 a 5 jop Lve Lexington...., 7 35 " Winchester... 1 6 45 P it 30 t) 7 oop Mt. Sterling......... 8 54 a 7 l P 7 35 P Daily. Arr Ashland. 10 07 p 8 40 a is 10 EAST li " Catlcltsburg, it " Huntington. . it Washington.. 41 1 Arr New York ... WEST HOUND Lve Huntington." Catlettsburg Ashland Mt. Merling Philadefnhla. 1047 8 50 0 35 30 3 p 8 50 a 10 47 p 9 3" 3 10 p Hi 5 B 30 p P Daily. - 6 00 6 33 6 37 ultra-human- e BEST "WOKK: a a 05 35 I 54 " Winchester.. 11 ij a Arr Lexington ,..! 11 05 p ' Louisville...! 5 35 p ,10 37 a 508 o ao 9 50 6 45 P 7 14 1 P ,7 u. I J p 6 35 n 55 P I l 8 05 a 7 40 p 1130a u,". Ml ,s" THE SIMPLEST :i.. ill-wi- ll bo-fo- re THE SHORTEST TIME post-offi- d Louisville Press Limited Vestibuled Trains run dally in counec. Hon with Chesapeake St Ohio "F. K. V." to New York. Fast Mall Trains run dally and make local stops between Lealngton and Huntington. Huntington and Morebcad Accommodations run daily. Lexington and Morchead and Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except Sunday, Through Sleeping Cars to and from Washington and New York without change. West-Mai- For full information in rnrard to rales, routes, Ac., apply tojiny sgent of this or connecting lines C. L. BROWN, ML E. HUNTINGTON, V. P.andO.M., O.P.A., Lexington, Ky, W. S. HARRISON, G. W. DARNEY, G. M., Lexington, Ky. T, P. A., Ashland, Ky lA 't la p' s oemi-Weekly : Interior Journal Jl'se Stanford, Ky., I'liioTo.s for saIo on reasonable termfl. investigation should proceed, but Mr. Harding is as tenacious ami ai pugnic ious as a bulldog and continued to ar Uoaiidkrs Wantkii. Good fnre, pleas- mie against the decision for an hour afJO, 1S92 ant rooms at tlio McKoberts house. Mrs. ter it was made. Finding ho could not '. Inquire of Miss Annie Wray. b V chance the ruling he stid he would re fuse to plead to the assault and battery A E.C.WAi.TON.BUB.ManaRer thu li. kinds of rough lumber for sale at warrants, but thought better of it when depot. Now Lumber Yard nuir tho Mr. Fax ton suggested that the court J. T.HIankonship. BUSINESS. MEANS could, in all probability, force him to do I'iil'it Jahs, jolly glasses, Wall iwricn nml paints at W. B. Mc- pealing wax and preserving tops, minis, so, or enter a plea anyway. At the rekettles nt quest of the defense an adjournment Koberts'. was had till 1 o'clock, at which hour the Enuhavino beautifully ami artistically Farrisit Hardin's. donoat A. K. Penny's. case wbb resumed. Great interest was A noon, second hand, Buy your hooka and scliool supplies of in the trial nnd tho coutt room portable engine for sale at n bargain. r taken all kinds frou A. U. Fenny. was pretty well filled, a number f la- " Have your watch, clock and jeweiry See Geo. D. Wearen. dies adding theii presence. repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work My ftnu soda water aparatus is now in Frof. Hubbard was the first witness warrantee. Kbmbmiikk that: all oKntlon. Call and Kt n K1iim of tl 10 calleil. He testified that on the evenritiKS. Ac, bought at A. 11. lenny s wil. ing of June &1, while on his way to the you ever tasted. A. K. Fenny. be engraved free of charKo. he met Mr. Laslev to whom County Cocirr, next Monday, bring lie.slid "Good evening, Mr. Lasley." PERSONAL POINTS. your watch, clock and jewelry repairs to He turned nml retoited, "I do not want drug you to speak to me sir." "What did you Daukg, the Jeweler, at MoKobeita irt Visiting i MOKELAXD MIPS Noll.V tor Bay?" lie asked, when Lasley repeated. Danville. this have done Mas. Jok IIauuin returned to Corblu It Is a mistake about Frof. M. I). "All Imy duty andinI intend business has to stand by yentordny. been Hughes running a candidate for trustee MiHsNBLLiEOnNiMiiiKis clerking for it anil you needn't look at me," said II. in his interest at Iiowland. It was talk Mr. Isaac Hamilton. At this Lasley, struck him in tho face, od of, but given up at his request. kuockinghim to his knees, and catching Mil. F. L. C'Liproitb is one of tho most accommodating agents we uver saw. Tiik Interior Journals aud Danvilles himaruund tho neck dealt numerous othDfS.v, of Danville, Is the cross Iwls aiwln at the home of the latter er blows in bis face. Dr. Feyton dressed Miss Lizr-iguest of her sister, Mrs. M. Smith Baugh-- ; to day, at 3 v. m , when it is hoped our the wounds, some of which were to the iininesKKes win reuevm inemseives. man. bone and he was laid up for two or Misses Fattii: Tuiiwlk and smite three days. He did notstriko at Lasley. Tint Danvilles ctune up here Tuesday Then followed a long cross examination Fickett attended tho impromptu hop and busted th Interior Journals again Tuesday night. with reference to the refusal to award S to 1. We fwtr our boys are losing cflsd, Jlssi: I. Wkaiiks Is attending the and as the subject is a painful one we tho diploma, which seemed to have A number of commencement exerpUes atCoiitral Unibeen totally irrelevant. will drop it for the present. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. witnesses were introduced who corrobversity this week. Clothing,-:-Hats,-:-Shirt- s, tul children, of 1 ii Mim. Moi.i.n: Ixoham ivk employed It. M. Smith, nsplen-li- orated tho professor, with the addition Joseph J. Lawson and Miss May J vioitlng hur parunts, Lasley had also said, "Go on, I Krin, Tenn , are shoemaker from Lexington, Va , that Coleman were married at the bride's Mr. iind Mr. Isaac Hamiltou. atnt am prepared to do all work given want no trouble." Shoes, Drawers, Ties and everything needed by the human family Skelton Coleman, WedMhb.Kuilyjonbh, Mrs. Joa. wHey, mo Hepairing ladles' llexible bottoms a J. H. Chappell said he and LaBley nesday. than money. Come to our store and we will show you how quick KJ II. Jones and Master Joe Lynn Cof- - sclalty. Ladles' lino shoos also Hindu. were sittlns: together and that Lasley F. J. Jones, a widower of ol, and you will dash down the money and take the goods. Wc sell the p j nBicja.r. fey went to Kkhmoml luusuiiy. had said that he had it in for Hubbard Misi Isaac Sweet, a maiden of W summtw Mim coming for what they are, as near as we can judge, and try to sell the and that when they saw him HMDs. Will Bkhxklk and mers, were united heart and hand at the goods A tkhstlr on the road running from one or the other remarked, "Here he bride's mother's, near Moroland, Wed- best values for the least money. Come and see if this is true. We Alma, of I.onUviile, aro rteltlng Mr. Yosemito to KiugsvlUu gave away while . comes now" and Lahley started in that nesday. aud Mrs. W. II. WherrUt, In Lnncw-tern train was pnsilng over it, yesterday, arc here to do business and to keep employed. No trouble to show Witnesses w re introduced direction. The hour of the marriage of Mr. goods. and two men were caught under tho J. S. HUGHES. to prove threats and to show that the Monte Fox to Miss Annie Baugliman Mns. S. C. WooumiiMJE and pretty !....,... l.... Mam., nf hjfU.ir Vt,l14t.l wrek. It is not yet known how badly assault was with malice aforethought. was inadvertantly omitted from the noTwo curs were liternlly " ' deposed that he passed tice in hist ihiue. L. M. ,hn,u,h u, LincHster yesfrday to rlelt It is S o'clock on the tltflllMISilOU. HtibtKitd near McKinney Bros', store evening of her mother. the L'tth, at the Christian) M,w. nIl0,N, n young widow, was and that when Hubbard spoke to him nlmn'li Cou John Bithanan and wife, of t!v W V ivllia nill ..til Ict ' Crab Orchard. )iHt! down to Ionls- eowHldoiI at SomerVt by Mrs. Win. he told him he didn't want him. o speak amliiftert,ieknot ,; th I'S ... . Mil. , yecterday to visit their daughter, Vick wno eiimt that the widow had to him any more. "I'll not be the loser ........ ..j ...... ,v .ollus .,..-.- . ..w . . . .... II... C, ' II. 1. ' Mn, John A. Haldemiiu. Id herlitge Ion! estray. The ' assault uvinai, MiKi iiuijunm. vjo un, repair to the home of the bride, where n Mr. John Fbaiil, of London, wtnt to wg mttlu ag ,j,e congregation at the I. "I want nothing to do with von. recoptiou will be given. ,, HU!Uting whs dlspurslug and ere "1 don't want you to look at me, you Louisville, this' week and we are ludeblIs Receiving- His . K. I arson received ves- -i J mine ' ' ;, contemptible puppy," rejoined Hub- - L rJ ed to C. U. Brock. K , torn letter from ntMl a Rrimt ranwtiou. , ffom , Mr.j hard, ...1. i..Al. his linger into my face.' T. Carson, stating that he and ' Miss Sue that jdace sent or slwrt notice. Evkrytiiixh is In readiness for a wlfa, Merf. Mil IteiMOND Flaio and lie men sirucK unman., im at Walton's Opera tlie uiowfl ami utey ciincnou, wneu no- Sliyilar tll Vl.ry 1otrW4J lighter 0f Mr II F. Witthorne. Itoyle Nichols and Vr-- . grand hop G R. Snyder, of Louisville, were quietly n Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. gavo him Feveral blows and thoy were married on the evening non F.i.hardHJn. of Danville, onnio up to Houe. Tlie Merry Bachelors make before. It was wchd mjuest that spctators occupy pulled apart. ball Tuesday. He corroborated the se0 not a surprise to Mr. Carson's friends cUan, Mios Madii: Wiutk. of Mlddleway, the gallery, which will be ..neat and II 1. statement and when asked if he hereabout, as the love all'.dr had . . i tat . till W. Va , an ahiinnic of StJiiifuiJ female, as wie iinncors win no uouoi mi h iue did not go toward Hubbard expressly to oueof longttanding and it had been space on the floor. t Tue lay night with Mies ollege. assault him, he replied, "Xot nltogeth-or.- " generally conceded that they would Alcorn, en route to viatt Then followed a long statement marry sooner or later. Mr. Carson first Aihiieaii'l Marv recently anJroov M. C. ' and to- about tho refusal of Hubbard to give met his bride at Rock Mim Jninie Knott, at Utanon. nounced his CHiididacy by card, Castle Springs MiBrt Gi.kxs Bib and Sadl Lllhird, day his nam appeare In the formal his daughter the diploma, unless sho about sis years ago and it was a genuDealers In. who have been attending Stonewall Incolnniu. He has met with would road the essay Mrs. Hubbard had ine case of love at first sieht. It was the Toestitute at Abingdon, Va , arrifed prrat enconragement in hia race and his derided on.' After hearing Mtos Misie's j writer's pleasure to be with them when a night, Miw Hibb la at Mr. San M. friends think he la Miru to win. Tha statement of the case he told her that Cupid's dart got in it work and it can owem." aud Miw Lillard with Mrs. J T peer of any tbe candidates in any par nkoahnuld not read any and that the be truly stated that a couple better suit HubCraig. ticular. ha will, if chosen tha patty's professor dare not carry out Mrs. ed could not have had the cood fortune Mr. nu Ma. S. M. Wiunra ad 'taadAnl-bearv- r, carry it triumphantly bard's threat that she would not be to meet. The bride Id a stately brnuette, Hard- -, Oucen- -, Tin- and Glassware. reaDoiigbw, of Lontevlllo, arrived ' Tlctory ami make a judge of whom awarded her diploma and that the lovely of disposition, a handsome wohop this to estrday tob prvMtttnt the wot only the district, bnt tha State, will sons wouM'be publioly statod from the man and one thoroughly accomplished etage. eeinnB. Thay ar. arcompaated by he proml. She will, we dare bay, make a helpmeet Miu T.ii snrder. a heantliol uab- Xone,ofthe witiiewas said that the that Mr. Carson will always feel proud Ax EuPKMiuvr FuciTKATRO.--Wei- lMlle tulle. profofeor stuck his hand in l.asU?y's of and a wife that he will love the more ol Kockcastle, who1 nM.kr when young Mr. W. I.. Ma. 1. I FwK-romouth, but they agreed that he was as the days go by. Mr. Carson is a splen. rec ntly graduated lit thu Louii-- ar went to Mr. F. K. Farrish' to steal gesticulating with his hand. The did young business nun, capable and Vontemptibla puppy" seems popular. He has a villi Medical College, Is hera preparaio-- awy hit pretty daughter, Miss Mary, remunerative posilocnting either at this plaee or the obi Rentloimui met him with a shot to have been used after the assault. iy tion with Lowmau's Sons it Co , of CinK.twUnd Ha la accompanieil by Dr. E. KQn nnd tha would be Benedict took to the cinnati, and probably sells as manv Miss Susie Lasley recounted ' ...AT-- . hia heals. Some enemy had appiieed trouble about the euy and Mrs. Hub- goods as any J. Brown, id Mt Vernon. man on the road. Mr. and flnieh-- ' yr, jrHsh of his comming and tho When- William Jennings Frke bard's refusal to ailow her to read the Mrs. Carson left at onee for Chicago, Dudderar, who his valedictory at Oenrrt College, manc Wa eioiieL one bhe had prepared with speeinl care where they will remnin awhile; from "Wednesday, Gov. J. Froctor Knott wnt mnv bo called a kid, had gotten his tick-hi- without assigning reason, one 6" there they will go to several Ewtern u card with thla intcription: "The etb to Jellico, but tha hest laid plans of that Mr. Hubbard had accused her tie9 Rml na S00Il 1H t,eir bridrtl tonr is b'st valedictory 1 ever hoard," a splen-- mice and men gang aft agloo. of falsehood and resorting to a subterfuge en,je(i win mkoa vjsjt to lMejr relatives from n competent) did compliment 'and friends here. The I.vrcnion Joiit- closing exercises of Christian Col- - in the matter. Til k Mrs. Hubbard detailed the trouble jfAL joins their mauy friends in wishing H!l"'.!.f .i... .- -. l lege, HustnnvUle. was largely attended i,l .nulnal tl" procraiiime, which was an en- - she had in getting Miss Susie to read the- them a life of hanniness and each at .i.. nilpe la.! weak. Miss retache, from the editor down to the ill-- ( turtnltiiiitf one, was carried out without proper essay and tiiid that she had 1 l.i B. Wrjght, has already lieen given graduate?. Misses Kthyl sorted to a subterfuge in order to de- - ,1Iieij tjevj( wij jook wjlu jntere8t on tho .'.,..,.. L.linnl lii tlw. nuriMintar's a blunder. The ..i Coolers, by saying she would read tho Wrlrfit and Hebeceah r.ek.li. trM. between Hii.toiivlllo wi! themselves with great Cook, ac.uitteil coivo her, holding tho objectionable! futuru 0f t,0 i,Hppy young couple. honor and the other while Liberty, in which there are To Delinquents. musical numbers were all very lino. one in her hand, thereby leading her to scholars -- a high compliment worthily ThotMi that she hail agreed to be subia apaiust our custom and contrary It who attended irom here were believe bestowed. Mr. J. II. Yeager and Miss IV t Broad-dti- missive. She ditl not use the word to our desire to ask our patrons for rJ-2- eri3 fche also admitted saying Dr. J. A. Anion and Miss Lena falsehood, CITY AND VICINITY. order to make money through the paper, but Bronddus, Dr. A. S Frice ami Miss Net- that some people in are so slow and our need of McKinney Bros. Fnt'lT tie Wrny and Frof. B. F. Blakeman nnd thenibolves famous, would not hesitate Lice, money so great that wo are forced to ininfamous. to become Miss Sue Baugliman. at J. B. Foster's. Fur it Jaih At the conclusion of tho testimony, sist that everyone who owes us will setIt will be quite a surpnsotohis friends Mr. Owsley made a fiery speech in which tle at once. If your label does not read Newland. Fon 1'i.asth, see 0. J. when they learn that Robert White, for-- ho admitted that his client had been T arrearsjand should merly of this place, has been n Benedict guilty of a crime, but said if he had been 10june92 you are in W. B. McKoberts'. Soda WatkiuU send us the amount due to date with a since April last. He was married in in his placo he would havo resorted to Middlesboro, but is now residing at more severe means than ho did. year's pay in advance. This means you FitiiT Jabs at Farris & Hardin's Cleveland, Ohio, with his wife's parents. Mr. Miller spoke very strongly in fa- and everyone in arrears. We need the Bindkii Twine and machine oil at J. For a little romance the young couple And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. vor of holding Lasley for assault ami money. B. Foster's. were clandestinely married anjl eo se- - battery, reviewed tho testimony and Kew beans, tomatoes nud potatoes at j oretly have they kept it that even Mr. said there was not one word of justificaTwo and a half gallons of Dip to 100 gallons of water vill dip 150 White's mother was in ignorauce of it tion for the uncalled for, brutal ami Hampton's. F. Sheep. until a few days ago. Ho has never told wanton assault, by a young athletu on n When Baby was sick, wo gate her Custorla. n stock of woven wire Wi: now havo Ills wife's maiden name and Mr. and Mrs. many years his senior. It When she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. and slat fence made of oak pickets. Sine Reuben Williams only know their new frail old man outrage that should bo punished When she became Miss, sho citing to Castoria. was an daughter-in-laby her first name it Menefee. taem Castoria. When sho had Children, sho to the extent of tho law and he demandx ... Piiiva. Glass and OueenswarJ vii,i ed that a jury be allowed to sit in judg, W . I l '.......,'o IIMn.lnt o j.fljustreceieeiiniA. .v. Only a 11kbch opthkFkacb. When ment on the case. OGrocery " Mr. Harding made on earnest effort to the case of L.M. Lasley for assaulting was tried at Rowland Frof. J. M. Hubbard, president of Stan- prove that his client had done no more M uk Feiuikli. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 "Wednesday and held in $100 to circuit ford Female College, was called Wednes- than any father should havo done and r tried to show that tho youiifj lady had maliciously bliootiHg nt Tom- day, Messrs. R. 0. Warren, W. H. court for nnd J. R. Paxton appeared for tho been most shamefully and outrageously my Warren. The shoving of Hubbard's I piosecution and Messrs. Robert Hurti treated. will maVo tho present swn at mr place iw the Edwards, n young J ng KLomiKST.-F- ee Sam Owsley, Jr., for tho finger in Lasley's face warrnuted him in Danville pike wltlt tlie ;iuove snorinern buii ai and John u , ha proven himielf lo.ue for ihotea-ou- . brakeman, and Miss defense. Nearly two hours were spent striking him and he asked in fairness sool breeder and Sam public' attention itto be a called the Adams, eloped to in nn effort of the defense to have the daughter of Wilson and justice that his client bo discharg- to him --A D HOOT, Stanford, Ky. 9Mt HjHHHJellico and were spliced. wan ant for breach of tho peace tried ed. for the prosecution Mr. Paxton closed with tbe aud na Judge Carnon finally decided the Tiik Q."& oiln connection excursion to Niag- matter, ho might havo saved much time in a very forciblo speech. He minced Erie will run a cheap MAKE A good on by granting tho motion. Tlie prosecu- no words with reference to tho assault, high,I1ROW.V and tail, PONY, about nW hands roaihod, it mull lump on mane ara Falls next Sunday, Ticket back, letter "K"' branded on left jaw j also a brand tion insisted on an examination under which ho characterized as the most arriving in Cincinnati on the giving any inlurmation all trains hip. Any j'ust received. And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa- d one in the history of Stanford. on left her recoverymio receive a liberal reward ? the other warrant for assault and batwill to morning of tho 12th. Tickets good to ROMANS, Lnn.ca.utr, Kr carefully ar-- J a J W.J. tery and on that tho judge decided the It was premeditated and return till the IStb. Kannie Burks. Ml i , post-offic- i ranged to take the old centleman at a GO TO- disadvantage and if such brutal assaults were permitted to go free of punishment there need be no judicial investigations. He demanded that the accused beheld for assault and battery, but it was like talking to a saw horse, the judge had made up his mind that the case was nothing more than a breach of the peace and held Lasley for trial on FOKthat charge to the lSth. His decision is universally condemned and with hiH preconceived ideas of the case it is strangt; that he would 'sit in judgment on it. Certainly there. wer sulnciect grounds to warrant Lasley's being held for assault and battery, as every lawyer in thu courthouse agreed, but his attor- nays. The community is very much stirred up over the ma'ter, for tliey know Frof. Hubbard to be a law abiding man, peaceable and unobtrusive. 'Squire George F. Bright, who has known him for 33 MONEY, MONEY, MONEY7. years, says lie never knew aught but good of him and the prjfessor says be That is what vc want to turn goods into money, at prices that evnever had a personal lilliculty before. erybody can see and reilize. The clouds have rolled by and midOur people, with but few excep tlons sympathize with him and charact- summer is upon us. What you need is erize; the assault with the mot unqualified condemnation. An indignation meoting was talked of. butthat would do no good further than to let the outside India Linens, Crepons, Mull Tissues, Organdies, Shanton Ponges, world know how such ofienses and their Lace Henriettas, Fans, Parasols, Laces, &c, &c. Anything to keep punishment are regirded in our law- you cool at the least money. We have them nil and need the money loving town. Tho whole business, assault aud result worse than we need the goods, Come and try us. Wc have also of trial, is a disgrace to the community. more A. A. Warren's -- "Model Grocery" FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &0. TURN, TURN, TURN. Elegant White Goods, m m d J grand-father'- s, , J j X 1 1 1" I 3 ! i ... ..,,., , j ' I tnMmlm - fl.G.RUPLEY,- ht iun Chap-poll- . spring & Summer Goods FABftSS &, gaiiH-oIlws- e 's n npe-n- Sai-kus- rflAHDIN, - I Staple & Fancy Groceries - ht-tes- Just Received a Beautiful Line j a, I)o-ldr-!i- s Chamber Sets and Lamps. 1 u j g omm ro-e- d i m ci-al- ; B.K.&W. H. W j 1 ' w..;.i Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, JTames, Leonard, Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. -xp i.- ' j ' j 90-o- dd s, remit-tance- s jai-sa- t Cures Scab and Itch, Kills Ticks and - - - ' 1 j Makes Your Sheep Healthier McHIlTlTEir BROS. J eo .i..t.. .... Do You Need a Wagon.? -- Mil-lo- m m " s3yc. j .- -, STRAYED OR STOLEN. lead-In- CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S .J A '- v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa; I I Publiabod Every Tuesday and Friday S2 racrt yicvu 4rWhen not fC AT in advaxck will be charged optd $2.60 tm It Hn THE n NEW And UMBRELLA. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train aavsi Rowland at 7:00 a. m., 'fc roll up their trousers when the cable anWoclnosclay, Juno 1802, nounced that it was raining in London, S. OWSLEY, ..I j tg pin but they can soon discard their custom,"' Mill train going North 134pm paid John 31. Hughey, of New York. "1 .1) 13 am paw Express train " South something on Broadway the other ....a 54 am iNortn vH THE SUELTOR HOUSE. ...6 50 am day that induced this lielicf. The rain Local Freight North South- ....'.,.jnp m was coming down in 4rrents, and the The latter traim alto carry panengers. The above ij calculated on standard time Solar flood of humanity nlways surging on that street night and day had been time is about ao minutes faster driven into doorways and under awnings QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. for protection. For a half hour not a pedestrian was seen on the street. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 11:36 am ; Fast d O. .V C. Special "My attention was nttracted by yells Mail 13:43 m N'ew Orleans Limited 3:17 p. m.; and I looked out a big plate glas's winSpecial 8:400 in. Special 1:57 a. m.; tllue dow to see what was causing tho exciteQ Grass Special $;o a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 2.07 ment. Jly curiosity SALOON was soon satisfied. p. m.; Fast Mail 2.41 p. m In tho middle of Broadway one of tho slim necked and consumptive legged chappies was striding along under n curious looking umbrella, as if not a drop of rain was falling. I noticed that the i$ umbrella had an unusually long handle, with a prodigious hook on tho end that eczema, and all almost scraped- the ground as tho dudo proudly cantered nlong. Through this blood hook a stream of water was gushing out and left a rivulet in the dude's wake. "Tho chappie was so overwhelmed by Dealer in General Merchandise, the flattering remarks that were showLumber and Shingles. ered upon him by the rain frightened Highest cash market price paid It will Goods sold fur cash only It ptres me pleasure pedestrians, who had lost confidence in to stMe to the public in general that I am diwtig for their umbrellas and had taken refuge in relievo and nicely under the Cash Sv.te-- and that the people tho stores, that he condescended to step are rapidly catching on 10 the fact that ill lie better system, both for ibe lxi)erand seller. They nervous into tho room where I was standing. also know thai sell aoods for about a third less This gavo in an opportunity to examine than my competitors who do credit business It debility, and member that I keep constantly on hand a splenhis funny looking umbrella. I found &c, at did assortment of Dry Goods. Groceries, Clothtired feeling. that it was so constructed as to curl tip ing, Hoots, Shces, Hats and the like Call in and Dealer the je ste my tock, which is replenished almost dally around the rim when opened, forming n & CO.. M. F. J II. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs 57 iyr complete gutter, like thoso around tho Solicited 'Kk Cattle and SKeep a ipsalty. 33 iyr ST VNFOttD, KV will cure you. eaves of house. This gutter, of course, NOTICKTOTHK... ersoHshasihif any ofihetK.e describr.1 tick caught tho rain as it ran down the manortaieor wisnint Supurchaic same, vill do well on ti callIn or address me An esp.rirnce of hftcea sard roof of the umbrella, and kept it SAGE "SAYINGS. years ihis business lias been of profit to m and I think I can make u profitable both to from dripping down to the ground nnd the DR. W. B. andsesler f O adlress Slsnford. K. Inner i4 splashing the chappie's ice cream trou- IlrlRlit lilt of Truth Cnthereil From the I hate opened In connection wtth my Hotel, the Huiii'm Horn. T 'JZ sers. By a slight tilt of tho umbrella . the water thus caught was thrown to n Our only real possessions are the Office South side Main street, in office recently common center, which was the entrance bles.sings (Sod reives us. HOUSE. vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. There is often more religion in a to tho sewer that runs down through tho .. .A .. .. F. il. RIL.EV, Proprlotor. Hat ttiLf bought out the Jewelry Hand of V !l umbrella's handle nnd out to the ground. smile than there is in a tear. Mcl.ibert, the druggist, I am ie'lliig out A. S. at rvdutf.1 rate to make loom for an entire new First-Clas- s The innu who does all his praying on London, "There, you see, is the riddance of tho Kontucky. line AilccHlsartitUall umbrella's defect as a protection from his knees do'icn't pray enough. '.SURGEON' DENTIST. And oiTVr the services of ittoth. public lltand I hat moved 10 my new Hotel aad am beilet Jod don't care how weak a man may new vehicles and fresh blood e J horses mike my picparid than ever to rain. The dude proudly told mo that it Office ;on ,Main street, oter W. B. McRoberts accommodate the public. stable compare nth be in the legs if he is only strong in tho Uood I.itery attached aad every ronvMuesc.de-tired- . Drug Store, Stanford. was tho latest thing in 'Lunnun;' thnt all the 'fellahs' over there were using heart. The Bost in me a call. Country. " Gitemtacall. FRANK RILF.V. The man who does not hate thr apGoe ho had just come from 'Lunthem; that P W GREFN. JWnetar pearances of sin is very apt to bo in love R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. nun,' nnd had brought the umbrella over AL IlfRNS. Manager in the ship with him. He hadn't said with real sin. - Thw Nothing onriehos the world more than DENTIST. n.tke forewarns huBters. tishenuen .n.l anything to the chappies about it, beW trespass oa our lands without cause he wanted to knock 'em all out by God's thought's wrought out in the lives as all sawh will ke nm.m.i.j in .s- .- uti. Is moving to the Higgins otfice, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide CJas given for painless extracting. being the first seen on Broadway with of men. the law. Signed STANFORD, KENTUCKY. . It never helps the Lord any for a nMn C. .M.SI'OOVAMOOKE the newest English invention. He knew M J K. IIRUCL. STANFOUD, KY , they would all go wild about it nnd ho to go to bragging about wliat a big sinTHOMAS C. HALL. STKF.I.R 1IAILEY was glad of it. Well, when I get back ner he used to be. COFI-EY,Pro'A.M. PF.LAND M. CRAIG, to New York I don't expect to see any The devil has never beon able to make DR. II. W GAINIS. IA.MKSGIVF.NS. other kind of umbrella carried by the a prison strong enough to hold the man t Homeopathic Physician, I. S I'll LIPS. who is true to God. chappies." St. Louis Hotel, renovated Thoroughly Repaired on Short- in'This charge and I intendand refurnlthrW. isanw ANTON KKNACKER Shutting the closet door and fastento conduct it my STANFORD, KENTUCKY. t CLARK HKVOuDs est Notice. not only maintain its high reputation, but to add M I A KOWIT ing it on the inside is a sure way of A Devil Hull with 3,300 Suckers. Office Hours: 10 to 11 a m.; to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodato 3 p. m. 8 to T D Nl Wl. VM) e rooms fur and wi ,fp. m. tions far commercial traveler W W. HAN-- .. Mr. Edwards, the taxidermist, hns getting away from the deviL ' the display of samples. Office on Lancaster street, opposite C. just received n largo octopus, or devil FRED llAl MANS Rofroshlngr Ro treat a. fish, which was captured oil Old Town A Summer days are fast appioachingf and now is by somo fishermen. Tho creature the time that excursionists, 33H,. and And llILLlAUDand POOL HOOMS attached. ' weighed over sixty pounds nrid had sportsmen should figure out a roule for their sumJOSKPH COFFKY NATIONAL BANK In cool the Office opposite Coffey Houe, arms three feet eight inches in length. mer vacation.fishingdoing so.located delightfully Wissummer and along the resorts LOCUST GROVE" OF SIANFORD. KV On each of its eight tentacles or arms consin Central Lines come yjvldlv to ew, amonir - agent Kentucky Hedge III there were 320 suckers, making a grand which are Fox Lak, Cedar. Lake Villa, III , Waupa- gfl am Co., of for The Centraloffer Ibe services of Lancaster, and fence O Lake, Neeiiah, Waukeha. total of 2,000. The octopus had attached ca I'i field, ilettvrnut and Ashland. Wl. Wi.c.iu. botS myself .nd the Company to the citircnsof 19.6m Lincoln (.ounty. I am tery thankful for the liberCapital Stock- sin ha within the Ut fle tear become the center al FOR SALE itself to n fish hooked on a trawl and of attnictiiiii tor more patronage received and nope by fair dealing to hauler and was drawn up with it. Tho same firm fishermen than any oilier Male In the l nWii and merit a continuance, farmers in tieeu 01 a irooJ The nrMttt Farm and richest soil in Liac Jn t. , Sarplus the iltlre to airnlll eethe fence will rind me at the Myers House in Stanford comprising MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, has also received a young nlbino deer, n ecichirit increa-Land, -, .to acres of Illue-lrcharming breathe the balum IrHgnincu en each County Court day. M within two miles of Stan.ord ihe oulilv seat W. JOHNSON. buck, shot on Windby island. It hns mat is a part 01 ine invigorating Mtiuphere, wan Aii.hikhi of the puMli m laviied to the fac of lancoln Fronted by the Shelby I'll) turt pike pine and bonis nnd is supposed to bo der through the colonnade of Mt.-and accessible to the Stanford and Danville turn- - thai thUUihe mly National Hank Stanford hook the speckled heautle with a hand made Ay. Depot Streets, Corner Main nul ike. T hi i one of the best Stock Farm in the Under tit previsions of the National Haak Act n"bout two years old. For pamphlet coutajniiih! saluahle in drpoMtnrt are secured not only bv the capita) and is In a hi(h stale of culii recto T S. PATTY. D. V. A.. The natural color for n fawn is brown, eh , apply to Kentucky. nock, but bv Ihe stock kdcs' liability lor ao purpose Stanford, atson Abundaacc of water lor 8 Soil it ferule aad is suitable fur the trowing of (mount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol with white sprits, but the color of this JAS. C POND. General Cnultmiootra, Turin. and TicVet Has just received a hand soma line of Spring and tobacco, corn and wheat The land 1 so this iuuiiuuon are secured by a fund "f Stu,co. hen p. Deiler In 111. located so thai it can he divided and two fiae Five sworn statements af tkecondnsaa of the bank miner Millinery and invites her minis and the one is white, with brown spots. A doo Agent, hicagu. year public generally to call in and jet lint choice. was shot on tho island somo time ago, the United Farm made Tim improvements are a large aad ire made Foreign and Domestic Fruits, commodious dwelling a convenient stock barn, ment and eachassets toare examined Sutes governThe First Step. Hsunets trimmed in th latest sttle by Hats and at stated limn i.s that it is thought there must be alPerhaps you are run down, cin't eat, can't ay government agent, thus securing adrfititona of fruit of all kind, etc For the mist artistic hands. Ac, Confectioneries, Ac. snd perfect safety to depositor. K It. J ON' Kb, Stanford bino blood in tho deer on tho island. sleep, can't think can't do nnt!itnir to yur sat applt 10 you wonder what This institution, originally established as th J D IONKS, The doe was secured by Mr. Edwards isfactinn, and the warning, you are ails you. You lias with him a first class baker aisd can lurnilis Deposit llaak of Stafford in iSjl, then should heed 11 V RILI.Y, Piaeville takinc the first S7 somo time ngo, and now tho pair are to step into nersous prostrallun. You need a nerse read. Cake and the like on short notice. ned a the NatMmal Hank ol Stanford in 1W5 and gain the First National Hank of be exhibited in somo of tho shop win- tonic and Electric Hitters you will find the tobest I am Agent for the elebrated Slanltwd la iH:, ha had practically an uninterIts remedy for restoring your nervous system 11. Jellico Coal Co dows down town. Tho deerskins are normal, healthy condition rupted exisuiace of is years It Is better supplied Surprminc results Falls Branch : Harvesting : Company, Deering aw with tacitille for traiisac ting business prompt comparatively easy to preserve, but no follow the use of this Nerve Tonic and Alterative. And offer their Machines t the people of Lincoln, Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Your appetite returns, )rood digestion is restored, AGENT ty asvd liberally than ever before la its long and REAL Honorable caieer A count of corporations, county. Their Hinders aic unexcelled and their bettor means of preserving tho devil lis' and thelher and Kidneys resume healthy action. KeapVrs and Mowers stand the highest of any in ' hns been fonnd as yet firm and individual respectfully .than keupinr Try a bottle. Price 30 cents at A R Penny', market. Also keep all kinds of fixture on the drug store Ky. hand, Office at I irst them in nlcohol. This is on account 01 ee me before purchasing The Directory ol this (tank is composed 01 agents nd Try it National Bank J H BAIT.HMAS, I haveo,uitc a number of FARMS (or sal ol tkr their having no bonos, nnd because of A Little Girl s Experience In a Light Rowland We are the soleol Depotfor sanfotd railOtfice corner I. J. FoMcr. afStantenl; street and Stanford, Ky. Lands in Lincoln Caulily. vcrv bust II Houoo. road crossing. their shrinking and shriveling, as most Forestu Ken", Llwcelacouuty; Mr. and Mrs Lortm Trescnttare keeper oi the T'hese Farms are all well improted and god 6 HIGGINS .V WATTS. forms of deep water marine life do. Hot. Lighthoute at Sand Ileach, Mich , and are sue from 50 10 500 Aero rich lands, runnmi: J.W. llaydcw, Stanla.d; Considering the.s locality, their rtchueM aad for blesd with a daughter 4 years old. Last April Tacoma Ledger. S II llaughman, LewoMi. of turnpikes returning Hie Witter. 'The chappies of INew York used to Gutter Drain to Carry Off !'l.&n. local time card. South-boun- P- - Illue-Gra- ss North-boun- d A-- For Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, other diseases, take cure - Ayer's Sarsaparilla dyspepsia, that Has Cured Others PENNY, ITEMS OF INTEREST. Many plants for the flower garden may be propagated by cuttings, iimonir them verbenas, colons, petunias, roses, heliotropes nnd chrysanthemums. The tools on the farm should all be sharpened now. Xo good workman uses dull tools, and tho farmer is no exception, as ho cannot afford to lose time at this season of tho year. Rt'ST on celery is caused by blanching with earth during warm weather. Hoards or paper should be used until in the fall. Sow the celery seed in hot beds, and plant out to the open ground after frost is over. The ground should bo very rich. I'l.ow the corn land, nud work it over fine with tho harrow. It may snvo time to lay olT the rows nnd plow after planting, but it lessens the yield. Have the rows perfectly straight, the soil fine and much labor will be saveil later iu tho season. Ox the smooth surface of a macadam road oue horse will haul twice tho load that tho same horse could on the best dirt road, nnd from Ave to ten times as much ns can be hauled by a single horse when the dirt road is covered with 60ft mud and ruts. No A.V1MAL should bo compelled to drinlc water that is unfit for human beings, nnd especially tho cow which gives inlllf, ns she simply hand.-- to hei owner that which ho gives her in tho shape of "raw material" from which to manufacture milk. Beans ought to prove a profitable crop. If the soil is run down in fertility, a half ton of a good superphosphate would be needed to give a good crop, in drill nnJ the rest broadcast. Less may answer, according to condition of soil. Maine la mer. nxrnmjiKXT.s made for tho purpose show that the copper sulphate does not Injure the soil when it is used for spraying, as plants grew vigorously in a soil containing one per cent, of copper sulphate iuMiution, the experiments btiug made on small plats. , one-fourt- Training and Breaking Stable. II. T. NOEL CP li'aif f Cue tui tricl. ruhjeci 10 il e t n Is a Commissioner's Sale Valuable Lands and Town Properly. . Garrard Circuit (mirt Wade II Walker's Widow, c . I'lnlnllffs, ngnlnt Pattle Terrill, Arc, Defendants I!) tlrtueof a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at Its February lerm,.$oJ,ti) thonlwtest)led suit, I will on 'I r r n tji j Course and am now prcpaied to handle horses in the best manner. I have Mr. Pence' old Morgan, one of the best in the bustrainer, Rollv iness. Will handle horses at $15 a month or break them lor S10, furnishing feeding during tile time. have all the equipments, such ns harness, carts, I a Candidate for Commonwealth's Altarney In Ac. Gltetuea trial inn tut) i)in juamai I'liuiu, .uujrci o me ac$ TILFOHD MKSSER, Stanford, Ky. tion ol the Demoirav.) 1 I have opned up A. M. Pence's Stable and Trot-tin- ir Jtt '1 nn 'I. I JOHN W. HUGHES ' 1 " ' ICE I ICE I I Gov. James IS. McCrcnry Is a Candidate for ponirreta In the 8th Cergres. Mthject 10 the action I will deliver Ice every morning in Stanford and stona! Dlstiul of Kentuik), partv 15, Knwland at one cent per pound or siatv cent pes of the Drm static hundred All accounts due last of each wwk. U to the high-e- t At n nVWk a. m or theralout, JAMRM'. IIU&H, tt'tt Hldder at nubile outcry at the late humivtend of ."inn ford, Ky. (Jurrnrd Count v, Ky, the folVde II Walker In Is a Candidit for ComnoncA"h Attorney, sub low in; Tracts of Land and Town Properly, tls: ject te the Demot r ti. pttty, In any Tract No. I containing ai? Acres, upon which J udieial District to which limoln outil) way ba brick dwelling-huthere i an elegant new assigned with ifiod outbuildings nnd UOWI.AND. KY. emonts or all kind Tract No. a contains 15ft Acre. Tract No. 1 contains u,V Acres. This House has been refitted throughout; Has The threw Tract' will bo firt offered separately and then as a whole and the bid ur bid accepted that w 111 reullie the most money A LIVERY ATTACHED. Alxiat the.atne time and place the following lot in KlrksvlUe, Madlon county. Kt : Lot No. Transient iwstotn solicited ojtitalaing iH Acre, upon which there Is j. W CARRIER, Prop ufciy dwelling' hoUH with good splendid of all kinds Lot No. a contain ',, Acre, upon w hlch there Is a large houv l.nt No. 1 contain 1 Acn. AT ROWLAND Term. The sale will bo made on a credit nl and 11 mouths, the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security ptiyable to the Master tommlstlouer. hatluir the force and effect of a judgment, upon which e,eutHHi may luelf not paid at maturity, and (miring 6 per rent Inter-e- n offer for sale prhately luv frame Hotel and from day of sale until paid and with a lien re- Saloon at Row land, which ate now renting- at aaisiaaKalSlaaaHUaaaaaaLlaBV additional -- Turin fur per month. It is centrally Ideated and a tine point tained upon the properly R. A. ltURNSIDE, tho purckae money. lor business, being at a terrrinal point on a iims-to- n ' Matter Com'r Garrard Clrcut tourl. It has good well, stable coal of the L.' aaaMaalHaaiaaHiv hou.e and other necessary outbuildings. Address a MR' MARYC F IR RILL, Stanford J. JK., two-sto- ry e, Ira-pr- ut 1 one-sto- ry two-sto- ry HOTEL AND FOBSALE. 1 11 td " CASH ELKIN I J. H. HIX.TOIT, h Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, I I WILLIAM MOKELANI, 111 1 TRAVELING PUBLIC. Dentist. Did Ydo Notice It? MYERS HOUSE, the THE RILEY PRICE, lk Livery Stable, Engraved Free ofCharge Watches, Clocks POSTED. THE GOFFEY HOUSE HS r. JOHN .... Jewelry JOSEPH 1 1 Globe-Democra- t. 1 1 court-hous- 39-- y B. H, DANKS. TO THE FARMERS. I.-- i First-Class!Salo- on J. A. AMOIT, pleasure-seek- er jT-- tf FIRST Stanford, Kentucky. Muvk-wanasr- n, ST CK T AHM itua-le- d . er S200,000 1 e 18,500 landi-ap- Milliner and Dress Maker ----1 two-pronge- d Mo winmmwm.o -- ilue-C- ra -- 11 ( ht lalor-matio- To Farmers. C an t. isrsu, 111 Original Jellico Coal. ESTATE Stanford, fidu-:wti- ct, solic-te- si i8-.- DON'T w STiSLKVDG Tim Jllll SI 111 on Top. The gatemen at tho olevated railroad stations watch tho receptacles for Grant monument fund donations with much interest. The glass jars on somo of tho JESSE D. WEAREN'S, down town stations have filled rapidly Who keeps fresh from the market, the gardens during the last week. Tho gatemen at and orchard the Park place up town station noted one curious fact. When there was but Choice Fruits and Vegetables, a single layer of coins on the bottom of Candies, Cakes, Crackers, the jar two one dollnr bills, looselv folded, were dropped , through the slot. ,,,. .' , f. . xnu j.ti is uuiv iivuriy lUU OI Drummers' Lunch lllscults, Graham Wafers, Reeverything nico and good to coin, and thoe two bills are still on ton. ception Flakes and to accumulate. eat. No stale goods alio As tho nickels, dimes nnd quarters have fallen into the jar they have worked their way nnder tho loosely folded paper money instead of packing "it down nnd The best Flour In town. Svteetest Hams In the covering it un, ns the watchful gatemen the think ought to have been the case. market. Irices a LOW than anywhere New city. Good delivered Irtu of charge. Produce of York Times. all kinds taken In exchange (jivo me a call. Yourself to death thing palatable ami nice at hen you can always find some- ! uiie-tuir- u ,..' j Staple Groceries, And Provisions, x 111 JES-- E D. WEAKEN. John II. Castlcman. A G. Laotian) ROYAL insurance fr If. Company, OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, J3AEBEE&CASTLEMAN:0"rS',S Commerce Agent Building, Louisville throughout the South, VT. A. TRIBBLX, Local Agent, STANFORD. KV. Sinking Phosphorus J)y Klectrlclty. The application of electricity to the manufacture of phosphorus is tfjpected to revolutionize the industry. rl5k phosIn Silent kConte:npt. phorus is extracted from the usual maSchedule of Yearly Water Rates. Jntico fto prisoner)! fine you ten terials by being intensely heated with Dwelling of j rooms, one faucet 5 00 carbon in an electric furnace, it is thus dollars for contempt of court. Each additional room 50 Lawyer But, your honor, tho pris- vaporized nnd is afterward collected in Each additional faucet 00 I Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, 1 faucet... 5 00 copper condensers. Tho latest pattern oner has not said word private, one faucet 3 00 Justico I know it; but, darn him, ho Paths, attachment for sprinkler of furxmce produces daily about 150 Hose 5 00 Stables, private, one animal a to lound3 of very poor phosphorus, with a looks it! Atlanta Constitution. Each aadlnonal animal 00 loss of about 14 per cent, of total quanIII Clothe AVcrv "Loud." tity of tho raw material. Electric Light Hates. Mr. Do Loud 1 lmveer called, sir, The effect of this now development For commercial use: about er about your daughter, sir. Cne arc and three .6 c. p. Incandescent lamp per year Will you er listen to my suit? $70 00 60 10 Old Gentleman Huh? I could hear For ao c."p. each incandescent light, per mo. (A will soon bo turning out half as much as ' " " the world's present consumption. New that suit a block off. NewYork Weekly. ? I l II I. .J 1. .1 ork Telegram. For Residence Use: Salve. Bucklln's Arnica Co For.st.6c. p incondesccnt lamp per mo... The Fnmlly Ma..'. Supremo Te,t. v?.'.1 '?!. c.u"' "1" "" UH.CIS " .ij ll III17UIU ?"" ajvtv.a w.svi IIVI .1 i it .,j 13 no middle I hands, chilblain, There course for the ' P corn and all sklr. erup Z i " tiois and nositivelv cure nile. or UO pay reauir- - " 4th" 1. i :' nvirma nnt. .li.t.. For each additional " g , v perfect .ati.faciicr, t u guaranteed, o For further information, apply to ,uw "w iuiui. uu viiiic-- i u iHjiuuuu or or money retunuea. s cenxs per box. a hero. Washington Star. J. W HAYDEN, Su&'L &e For ale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. . 1 And Country Produce, Ha o poned his stock of goods and Is ready tuerve the people of Stanford and vicinity He I offer-in- g Juit as sure ns hot weather come there will be unheard of llargaln nnd all who want fcood more or Its bowel complaint tn this vicinity. Et-ti- y good at the lowest possible prices should call on person and especially familis, ought tehate him un Logan Atenue, near Lancaster pike, ao somereliahle mecicine at hand for instant use. In case it is needed. A 23 or 50 cent bottle of (.'ham berlam's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhnji Renilv 1. -- THE STANFORD- jwtxviat jouought tohateandaii thnt you would neiil, even for the most severe and dangerous ca.es It is the best, the mot reliable anil most successful treatment known and I pleasant to take. For site by Dr. M. L. iiourne. Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. Has contracted with responsible firnslur Its plant and will hate the Ice and Electric Plants complet uoiy lV.tini.io. ted in about sixty datsj the Water Plant oon af"Your husband," said the caller sym- ter. to place Iu contracts in ad. pathizing!', "was a man of many excel- vanceoiderWater and individualLight, the Company for Electric offer the following: lent qualities." Necessary water will bo "Yes," bighed the widow, "ho was a mains at actual costpipe pipe and laid, connected to work. lor Electric wires put In aud necessary fixtures furgood man. Everybody says so. 1 was'nt much acquainted with him my- nishedbefree cl charge To of best quality and guaranteed toglte , self. He belonged to six lodges." Ex- satisfaction. The schedule of adopted rates is from 1$ to 50 change per cent, lower than is usually givun. she grew worse rapullv until she was a mere handful of bones."' Then she tried Dr Kine;' New Discos cry and after the use of two and a half bottle was completely cured. They ay Dr, King's New Discovery is worth its weight in gold may get you a trial bottle free at A. R vet tou Penny' drug store. the was taken down with measles, followed with a dreadful cough and turning into a feter. Doctors at home and at Datroit treated her, but in vain; C. D. FOW3E3C,r., -- dialer: is- - General -:- - merchandise, Watertight and Ice Co. 11 1 i ', a ..,! mBSkZ:X.,"r.U iW ..?, d- " 11 11 , aa-- lt of soil, the convenience atxl that briHg markets right to our doer, they cheaper lhan the Lamls of any other couaiym aic Ihe State T li.ie is scarcely a Farm m the cussh-t- y ot er 5 miles from a iletot The ouiuy is checked with turnpikes ruarring inevery direction TIitc not a public rqud on teritig the county seat that is twit Macadamiml We have the Knosville llrauch ot the L A-- N. It K. ditidingthe county from Hast to West ami the C. S R R Iroui North to iNmtb: the K. C. K It from this place to Cincinnati, ciot.inx the C. & O at Winchester, giving full acceas to ihe markets of tho whole world, llesides, we have three large Kliur Mills 111 the county that give us a market for all our grain right at home; and Ihe development of the mountain region of Kattern and n Kentucky bv tatlroad and the out- let Sonth by railroad has created such a demand for all kinds of cereals and brote.uUr that wecan scarcely retain enough tor homeconsumptlon. The people arc prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. There is not a neighborhood in the county but has a gcod church and school-hous- e. Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, Is a prosperous little city of about 2,500 tnhab.iant and is the great doorway from the North and Northeast South and from the Northwest to southeast, and standing as it does gating right Into the bosom of the undet loped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole Illue Grass region ot the State with railroad running through it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best located towns In Ihe South for mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude Water Works aie now being agitated and right of a n.ile aboue the town about! there could be erected Water Works with very little cost that would supply a city of 130,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world Our little city hss been newly rebuilt in Ihe last few years and its business house aril res idenecs will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchant and tradesmen are all prosperous and doing well. We hate two banks with a ctpiUl stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous aud in a good condition. We have splendid school. We have a Female College, a laree brick building, with over .00 du and under the prlncipalship of fil tnJ attendance M Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have aF,Seminary lhat Is a good Hlakeman at Its head. school, with Prof II have one of the tett Public School buildings ic this section or Ihe State, with over too puptls in attendance, and w'.th other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent. We have elegant church builninga, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers offias .class talent and are doing a belter business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement a facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear ne out, and those whowlsb to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locale among'a good people with all the best surroundings would do well to call and tee me before pur. basing; elsewhere tilitr rait-roa- M.J. Miller, Mi. S VerMDJ . T. Harris Lincoln; J..S. lluckcr. Stanford: 0. A. Lackey, Linoaln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; W.P.Tate, Stanford OFFICERS: ; J. Hacker, President; John J. McRoaerts, Cashier; A. A McKinnev, Assistant Cashier. J South-easter- farmers BanMTnist Co. OF STANFORD, KV., Is now fully organlied and ready far business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, . ' - - . $200,000. 19,000 three-fourt- hs ' SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Nowclosiuj upl with the same assets aud under the same management. J P;ov!,l0.n of ' cha.ter, depositors are a depositors in .Vatlonal !?.&. V omg held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their tock therein at the par taluc thereof, in addition loth amount Intested In uch hares, It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, a fully as in individual To those who entrusted their buisincss lo us while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol Manrord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering at a guarantee for prompt attention to ame, our twenty year' experience io Banking and a liberal accommodation a are consistent with sound banking. ." ,'8 UIKECTOKS: J V J. Williams, Mt. Vernon j J. M. Hail, Stanford; J. S.Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, StaufordjJ J. B. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milltdgevtlle; J. K.Uaughman, Hustoovillc; J. a II. OM.bk.r Pie.idcllt. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch,t;Stanlord, Ky J n. Owiley, Cash! W.M. Bright, Teller. 9J-- yr fcs!.