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..mi-Weekly Interior Journal
Stanpoud, Ky., - - ,Ua.y 10, 11)85
E. C. Walton, Business Manager
Notlco to iSCr2.'
On SATURDAY JUNE i, 189!, the Hr.l of
Directors ef the Monlicello &. Ilurn.lde Turnpike
Co. will open and onId.r sealed bids and award
aontraeU lor th construction of Four MiM ol
Turnpike Road In laur sections, according to
plans ml tpectficHiioiu in olll(. Terms, o per
ctnt. cash on mouthly estimates a.d remainder
on cimplcliun of contract. ...,,. . .
Address, JOHN W. TUTTLK, Agt.,
ij.jt Monlicello, Ky.
WANTED ALLTHE WOOL
In Lincoln county. Money nd tucks rradv. Prl
U4 object. AIIIkiea chance l It. ouwi'l
lose money li you sell betsre seeing me or one of
myarfents. Call on K. O. Slugleleii. Turnertville;
John Klli, llnttaavilti; Kinc & Prultt, More,
land, jo.ish II. shop t hit home; Wm
Ml. Salem t I M. I'irhan, M.dJIeburg. or
myself.. McK.nu.y. y ,&&
J A MR -5 II YK.VQKR. OKO. II.COOI'ER.
Yeager & Ooopor,
;......... Proprietor of.......
Livery mid Feed Stable,
STAN FOR l), KY.: J
Hi"r bought of P W. Green In Llverv bin
mess anJ added nw bugi'iM and horse, we arc
prepared to furoiili
On short nntlce, The trsvrling public will Mad
ut alrvs rdy and willing to turnlh Drum.
mri' Wagons, cither single or dtuMe, or Carri
agesof aiilindiat very LOW PRICKS. The
bay in and around town will alto find u the pco
pie ta deal with. Stop with ut when in tewnal
courts and entertainment and your horse a& v
hlels will be well cared for. "W 4
YK.UiKK A COOPKR
S; Myers Hou.e Stable, tanferd, Ky
f.et your Painting, arM Ca'cirmnmi: until
rou it tlclden ItrotHcrs, Wo funiuh
material and lirtt.eiass work, r no
mosey. AJdreti, S anford, Ky iti
Bread is the Staff of Life"
7HEPCF0RE HAVE IT GOOD.
Pri.. P. Bnkini:
I lULll VX. Powder
W Ha m elaelafcfH as. IT msssllA H Wtj
Mnkc the LIGHTEST BREAD,
ISZFor Salo by
J. : C. : FLORENCE,
Dealer In General Merchandise,
Stanford, - - Kentucky.
AKHelT n tn 1 rt kmmiB
CAN I OUT. IN A I'ATKNTf for a
answer and an honest opinion, write to
Snimitt . iV I'll., who hTO bad nearly fitly jours'
experience In tho patent business.
strictly confidential. A IIiiiiiIImioU of In-formation
concerning I'iilrnt and bow to
them sent free. Also a catalogue of
and scientific tiooka rent tint.
I'atenta taken throned Munn & Co. rceelvo
special nollralntho Srlrntlllr Atiirrlrnn, and
thill aro nrimirht widely bvtnintlio put. lie
enft to the Inventor. This anlendld paper,
laaued weekly, lt'gantlyllluMrateit.haaty far tlio
larirett rlrculatinn of nny work In tbo
world. S.'l a rear, hainplr copies acnt freo.
Ilulldlne Kdltlnn. moiitlily. V.M year. Hlnelo
conlea, 'tH centa. Krery nuintier contalna tienu
tlful platiia. In color, and photivranh of new
hou,o, with plans, enatillns ouildcra to .how tho
late.t dealgn and lerurn contrnrt. Addrena
UUN.N & ClM New VoiiK. atil IIUOAUWAT.
OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS,
FIRST CLASS. SECOND CLASS
AND EMIGRANT TICKETS.
THE BEST ROUTE TO THE-
NORTH AND EAST.
ULIMAN VESTIBULEO COACHES,
SLEEPING AND DINING CAR
SEE THAfrOUR TICKETS HEAD OVER THE
CHEAPEST, BEST ANO QUICKEST LINE.
Write for Rntes, MatM, Time-Tables, DescrlpUl
aniphlctt, to nny rjtatlon Agent, or to
W. . EVILL, ALIEN NULL, M, T. RQO,
i.a'irurrrAt. il. !'(. r it. Tratlla la. if
UUlUKk,ri. tOLDHUSO. KU4hOH,Tl.
how' safe breaking keeps pace
with safe making,
V.'llllnm A. I'lnltrrtoii unit Well Known
IJ.inlt Olllel.ilM nt in
IVrfiiriiiunte Ilnminer, Itattory, l)ot
tniittlnirt'npi mill Mtrolyrerln Dlil It.
Tlirro inon lilow oien rt wife in brontl
tlnylfKht ut l'lilliniin a few days njjo and
wH'ttjKil nrrcHt. Tim job was limit) in tho
lutwoiic'o of !J or 10 well known muii,
inchiiliut; Willium A. lmt
Istotttl of IhIkIiik 11 complaint with tho
jtolico or ovon Kttciiiiitiiif? to Mop tho
twrforiiiAiK'O tlicy npplaiuk'd
Tho job wiw 11 practical demonstration
by a maker of new Mylo safes that
tho lst of certain old Mylo forma aro
not burglar pn)f. Tho
up jn came fnoualmukat Kniiighaiti,
Ilk, and wns tho subject of an
Tho banker Fitid ho could now defy
tho tliiovcri who havo on moro than ono
(x.vaHiou mado rich hauls in that locality.
This wan laughed at by tho new
stylo wifo man, who ottered to pay tho
bank $10 a miunto for all tho timo it
took him to open tho safo by tho latest
methods' of rcicntiflc burglars. As tho
ontiiniitcd timo wils JJO minutes tho banker
didn't liko to hncrificoa ?l,r00 hitfo
for ;!J00 and declined tho otrer.
This drew out another that tho bank
Fhould buy a new Mylo and turn
over the. old ono in part payment, tho
Valuo of tho latter to bo Used by tho
timo it took to open it. If tho job wero
done in tk eo hours or loss, tho bank
was to get r"'r'0. If 0110 miuuto moro
than three hours was hpont in tho task,
tho price wtild Ik) $ l,r00. This satisfied
tho banker, and tho fiusjiccted Kafo
was sent to an experimental fetation at
In tho wifo blowing caso in question
a hmall hammer, an oleetrio battery, a
few detonating cups and a ten ounce
vinl of nitroglycerin did tho work.
The cahhler of (ho Olughum bank
first tho Mals and satihfled
himself the safe had not Ikhmi tampert1!
with, and then tho fun began. When
tho head mfo blowor, a dolicato looking
young man who unhesitatingly admitted
he hud Ik'pu in tho business for 15
years, drew tho lottlo of nitroglycerin
from his ocket and carelessly toetl it
on tho dek, mosit of the guoMs mado a
bretik for tho door. Hut this wttno young
man coolly said nitroglycerin never
went otf without Hodidn't mean
it, but the harmletis fib made the men
feel oaier, and they watchetl tho
procwtllngs with inueh intent.
"If I desiretl merely to ojH'n this Kafo
I would pour half of this Iluid into it
and touch it oil," mid tho demonstrator
as ho again 'oachod for the nitroglycerin.
"But I don't want to smash it into
sinithonH'ns. What Iain after is to bhow
tho faulty Mylo of construction by stripping
tho phtes apart ono by ono without
lining tools or making
noise. This will tako considerably
longer than tho mero blowing oien of
tho safe would, but I am confident tho
work will bo tlono in.sido of throo hours. '
Tho chief blower hit tho door of
tho safo two or three smart bl w with
tho hammer and a chunk of t'io metal
was broken off. Into this crov.co a tea-spoonful
or perhaps a little moro of tho
nitroglycerin wilh jwuretl.
Despite tho assertion of tho maker
thnt tho siifo was iinitervious to explosives
in any form, tho liquid fast disappeared
in tho crook. Tlien a detonating
cap was Minsk oer tho crovico with a
littlo putty, tho oleetrio wires wero
somelKxly poshed tho button,
and there waa a rejiort liko that of a
Tho first result was not satisfying to
tho spectators. They saw no signs of
the attack, but tho demonstrator smiled
and said tho next charge would start
something, and it did.
charges of a touspoonfiil or so each wero
used, and all the plates of tho big screw
door wero Mrippod oil ono by one.
Some of the plates wero warjiod and
bn 'ken and all tho screws which held
them together wero snaped off liko cotton
threads, many of them InMng blown
into minuto particles. The job was douo
in jus't two hours and fifty-seven minutes,
and all of tho spectators so certified.
How n. l.'rltMi (llllcer Spout U I.rac.
As an indication of tho eagerness
which has leen shown to tako part in
tho Chitral campaigns and to explore
tho almost unknown country through
which tho oxiKHlitiou is to advance tho
following incident may bo given : A distinguished
officer, whoso regiment was
not upon tho list for tho Chitral
applied for a short leavo of absence.
Ho then went to seo tho commandant
of another regiment moro
tluui his own and obtained his
Function to Fcrvo iu tho ranks of his regiment-
Ho mado tho necessary change
iu uniform, took his share of tho
marches and hard camping and
fought with all 11 volunteer's enthusiasm
through tho action iu tho Malakand pass.
Ho staid with tho brigado until tho summit
of tho pass was reached, and then
hurried backtoPeshawur, his leavo then
being on tho point of expiration. Pall
Mall Gazette '
To I'lAuro Vcsaela on tho Stage.
An improvement has been designed to
facilitate tho representation on tho stago
of a vessel at sea, imitating its rocking
and swaying motion. It provides for
overlaying tho regular stagowith a false
stage, hinged at its forward edgo. By a
clover mechanical contrivance tho rear
portion can lo raised and lowered and
given more or less lateral movement.
In Now York the cablo cars ore killing
bicyclers; iu Denver tho bicycles
have cut down the receipts of tho cablo
companies 60 per cent. If this is
make tho most of it r Chicago
WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS.
Yli Now Wniimn Ktdlni: Into Freedom on
I notlco that one of tho most solcct,
high priced and swell dry goods hoaxes
in Now York city odvortises ladies'
blooniors, knickorbockers, tights, sweaters
and bicycle Kuits for salo at "advantageous
pricos." It also Informs tho
new woman that she can find in tin
eanio establishment costumes specially
adapted for nil athletic purposes. When
0110 of tho most fashionable dry goodf
Mores in Now York city advertises la
dies' bloomers and knickerbockers foi
Fale, faith I tho new womau is hero.
And sho rodo into liborty on a bieyola
I havo tried many forms of outdoor
tecruntioii, ami I find tho most
exhilarating of all to bo bicyclo riding.
I'von swimming, my fad for years, I
hu lly equal to it. Dr. W. C. Latimer,
a hrolklyri pliyMclan, road a papor
the Now York Stato Homeopathio
sociuty on tho "Bicycle In Its Kolation
to Diriensos of Womon. " Ho found patients
coming to hiin and asking him
whether it was healthful for womon to
learn bicyclo riding. He mado n careful
investigation, and tho result is an unqualified
verdict for tho cycle. Ho mentions
bloodlohsuess or amomia and dyspepsia
as two of tho ailments in which
this exercise proved a blowing, though
ho confesses it would bo equally a curso
if tho exurclso woro overdone. Ho recommends
women nt onco to abandon tho
skirt and tho heavy drop framo wheel,
as too great n tax to bo borno. To get
tho best results, a woman ridor Fhould
go into knickerbockers or bloomers and
ride tiie full diamond framo whcol, such
as men umj. Tho newest wlicols for women,
however, aro n Fort of compromise
between tho diamond frame wlieol and
tho abominable old bent gas pipo concern
which somo of tho cycle companies
still persist iu foisting upon tho public
as the bust and the lightest wheel that
can lo mado for wumou. A woman's
wheel should in no caaowoigh an ounce
over 2-1 pounds. Some of tho host
and newest ones weigh less than that.
Finally, tho doctor says: "Wo havo
yot to seo tho woman who, once'
ilouupd the Ij'oonior nud riddon
a full diamond whcol, over returned
to tho skirt and drop framo." Tho
ekirt acts ns n funnel, conveyiug dangerous
currents of air over tho woman's
Nover pay that women aro ono another's
enemies or that you liko man hotter
than you do women, or you will
Ehow old fashioned and years
behind tho times.
Tho nosv woman Iovoh nil mankind;
but, best of all, siiu loves her owu sex.
Some of tho best and most convincing
documents I havo ever road on tho woman
question aro those issued by tho New
York Stato Woman SufTrago association.
Tho association has proparcd a masterly
history of the recent suifrago amendment
campaign in Now York which will
be a help whorevur women aro struggling
to gain liberty and justice All
tho arguments that could bo mado for
freedom for tho human race aro con-doused
iu that able roport. Tho stato
committee havo placed tho roport on
sale iu pamphlet form, 25 cents tho
copy, fivo copies for$ 1. Tho association's
corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Isabel Howland of Shorwood, N. Y.,
has charge of tho matter. Tho proceeds
of sales will bo dovotcd to paying for
printing documents aud otherwise furthering
tho work in New York. As to
tho women who aro doing tho work,
they do it without pay aud find thorn-solves.
No women wero over moro unselfishly
dovoted to apriiiciplo than they
It was n most pleasant sceuo when,
at n meeting at tho residonco of Mrs.
Esther Herrmann, iu Now York city, of
friends of Lillio Devcreux Blake, that
distinguished lady received n pretty
purse, yellow, tho color of light,
and the woman sulTrage color, containing
$000. Her friends had contributed
the money as a littlo surpriso to her,
and it will go to hulp pay for a cottago
homo iu Florida which she hopes to
Miss Mary Proctor, daughtor of tho
astronomer, is lecturing very success;
fully in tho field occupied by hor great
father. One of her lectures is called
"Giant Sun and His Childrou. " Another
sho givos is her father's lectnro on
"Other Worlds Than Ours. " Miss
is u bright, geutlu littlo lady aud
wins nil hearts wherevor sho goos. Her
head is full of kuowlcdgo nil tho samo,
and sho is nn enthusiast on hor subject.
Miss Mary V. Steclo of Somorvillo,
N. Y., is the first woman to bo olected
commissioner of deeds iu that state.
"Woman suffrago will win because
woman suifrago is right," sayatho Now
York Recorder in largo lettors iu tho
corner of iti first paga Right you are,
For tho past fivo years Misa Julia
nutchins Fanvoll has been priuoipal oi
the Episcopal Church school of St.
Mary's, at Garden City, L. I. Miss
Farwoll is an advocato and exponent of
tho best typo of now womau and toadies
her girls to bo tho samo. Besides tho
solid and broad education she planned
for tlie young ladies sho carod especially
for their litho and beautiful bodies,
believing that physical training is nt
least as important as that of tho mind.
Miss Farwoll will rosign hor placo at
the end of tho present school year nud
go to Eurnpo. TJiero aro branches of
study in which she will engage to prepare
herself yet more thoroughly for hor
chosen hie work.
From a Now York papor uoxt day
nftor n high windstorm: "Tho women
had a hard timo of it. Their skirts gavo
tho galo a purchase, aud they slid along
till a lamppost or somo other obstaclo
stopped them. Thoro wero a good many
embarrassing situations. " But bloomers
and kuickci bookers are not modest I Oh,
to! ELIZA AltCHAltU CONNKK.
DB.W. B. PE1T1TT.
Office on Main Street. Oppoiite the
MAPLE SYRUP. Toln;te or r. Leave
: ,m"BtM,le' Ky 94
J. B. HIGGINS,
All Kinds ot Goal,
She Myers House,
P. W. CKEEN'. Proprietor.
Stanford, : : : Kentucky.
I am Hill running this wtf!.i:noi, iiot,. ad
will continue t K' "T Ket the poliuit
ai well at thubeit the market afforJi.
Special Attention to the
THE RILEY HOUSE
F. B. RILEY, Proprietor,
London, - - - Kentucky
IhOTercoed to my new Ifbtel and am betto
.repared than ever to accommodate the public,
jood I.Wery attached and every convenience..
Hred. Owe at a call.
?7 FRANK KIIKY.
Call and exairiromr work before having your
airuce repaintpd. lam located iu the only shop
In t .wn Id which fine work can be done ami will
be here permanently. I solicit a share ol your
patronage which I will endeavor to merit by ririt
clajj workmanship and fair treatment of all. Shop
in Mcrahou & Greer's shop on Snmeiset street.
-J A. II. KINLLY, Stanfcrd, Ky.
W. S. Iiurch, , R. M. Newland,
Atty. at Lav. Deputy Sheriff.
Euroli c& ITowland,
Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky,
'eofier our servlcis to the public to do a gen,
era! Collecting Ilusinew. Accouuts, notes, etc.
ccl.eclcd in all parts ot the county. it 6m
J : T. : SUTTON,
Offers his services o tho people ol West Lincoln
aod Casey Counties, full atock of Coffins
and Caskpts always on hand.
D S. Crtrpcutir, Manager. 95
Dehorn T"our Cattle.
I will (jo to any place whore there are six or
more cattle to cohorn. I do tho work with the
Lightning Dehoruer. Can dehorn any cow In
three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth
cut, dees not crush nor break the horn, as the
clipper does. It Is the only humane way to dehorn
Does not punish the animal like the sa,
and the wound gets well as quick again as that
made by the saw. For further information, call
on G. A. PKYTOV, Stanford, Ky.
See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. ioi.
M. S. IiAL'GiiMtrr. J. W. IUuchmas
LIVERY, FEED & SALE
Stanford, - - Kentucky.
II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but
first-class turnouts will leave our stable, be-e u
tor rates. In our
Vou will find a good assortment of Harness,
Kaddles.Ac Have sour repairing done by
our man he understands his business. Wc haves
mechanic iu our
Will guarantee first-class work and satisfactory
prices. Try oar horse shoer.
TO THE CITIZENS
Of Lincoln County.
Lancaster Planing Mill,
Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention
ot the builders of Lincoln county to its material,
superior workmanship and low prices. Note
SOME OF OUR PRICES:
Perfectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at
Jipei hundred. As low as $130 per hundred.
Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at
81.50 per bundled. As low as i 30 per hundred.
AlfpnUerns and thicknesses ot Ceiling In yellow
Eine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as J1.35 per
undred. Iiouble dressed lumber as low as j per
hundred. Ileautitul vellow pine finishing lumber,
quarter oak, Ac. Sao money by giving us you.
T K LANCASTER PLANING MILL,
73 6ir Lancaster.
A. C. Sine,
I will cany a general stock of Building Material
and by selling
FOB, CASH ONLY,
Will be enabled to make Lower Prices than has
ever been offered here. I would call special attention
WIRE and SLAT FENCE
Made ol Oak Pickets, the cheapest and best fence
in the market.
IRON AND STEEL ROOFING
Mill work at City Prlcer.
FIRE INSURANCE. -3
North British and Mercantile,
The Pennsylvania Fire,
Phoenix of Brooklynn.
KIRBY. THE INSURANCE MAN.
reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed
through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriman, Chatta
nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa,
and Jacksonille. Through Sleeping Cars
and Asheville; and from ChatLtnoogo to
and Shrcveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and
San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California,
via New Orleans or via Shrcveport.
Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati
with every accommodation to patrons. Free Parlor C-5??5
Cnrs T.pxintrtrm to Cincinnati. Cafe.
tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington
' ' Chas.W.Zoll, "W. C. Rlnearson,
Viv. ratt'r Jut., Cincinnati. 0. O. P. A., Cincinnati, 0.
I am niv ready to deliver tee .rom the Stanford
Water, Llht and Ice Company's Factory
At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds !
And over andJJc a pound for 10 pounds, and up
Hills due istcf each moirh.
. I1KEMER, Stanford.
CORDIALLY : INVITED
To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which
t am opening up I pride mytclf that it is well
selected and that It is bouid to please. Having
bought lor cash and being determined to sell for
cash, I can .ell at the lowest possibte prices. An
examination will convince you.
6 MRS A A. McKINXEV.
Wallace IE. Varaon,
Attorney .at Law,
Stanlord, - - Kentucky.
Will a '. as Kxecutor.JAdminiitnitor and Assignee
Special attntlontglven"to Settle aents of
as and Sale ant Division of
Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. F.
ibr D. Caitlcmar. A. G. LanhA"
Joumerce Building, Louisvillr
Agents throughout the South
W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent.
TO THE LADIES.
I desire to call your atteutlon to the fact that I
am ready to serve you In Drss Making tn any
and all shies. I take the best fashion Journals
and keed posted on what ladies should wear.
Price resonable Come in and give me a trial.
I employ none but first class help.
At present I can be found at Miss Carrie Por
ter's retiuence on i.ancaici owm
Respectfully, MISS MARY D. SMIT1L,
77 m Stanford, Ky.
THE BASTIN HOUSE,
Crab Orchard, Ky.
Meet all Trains night and day. Patrons taken to
any part of town Fiee of Charge.
Good Livery Attached. Fare cf Hotel $.oo per
day. A. II. IIASTIN, Prop.
D. S. CARPENTER,
Has more nice Furniture than was ever in
More pretty Iiuggies, Surreys and
Phaetons. Moie good Cultivators. Wagons. Plows
and more nice Harness, Ilridles, whips and more
Binder Twine than was ever seen here. He invites
the public to call and see his stock and get
pilces, 8am Logan, Itepalrer and lluik'er of harness,
is in my house and would be glad to have his
friends call on him when wanting work done.
.. For a
Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold,
A stylbh Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to
Oook & Farmer's Barbor Shop.
DB. Ii. B. COOK,
Office Up Stairs; First; Deer East of
Drug; Store. 3-1 m
Mcchjinics and Traders,
National of Hertford,
Give me a call. ""a
Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, iuacon,
to knoxvtlle, Hot Springs
Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe
w J" -
Parlor and '.TJsZsCt.l
HScEpflicvtjHy L I .
1 1 m m u 1 1
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OK STANFORD. KY.
Capital Stock- 8200,000
Surplus - 21,300
Attention of the public is invited to the fa t
itiat this is the only National Bank in Stanforo
Under the provisions of the National llank
are secured not only by the capita
stock, but by the stockholders liability tor as
amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of
this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000
Five sworn statements of thncocdition of the bank
ire made each yearto the United States government
and its assets are examined at stated time
by government agents, thus securing addititoas
tnd perfect safety to depositors.
This institution, originally established is th.
Depcsit Bank of Stanlord in 1858, then
.red at the National Bank ol Stanford in 1S63 and
again as the First National Bank ol
Stanlord in iS3i, has had practically an uninterrupted
existence of years. It is better supplied
uow with lacilities for transacting business prompt
ly and liberally than ever before in its long nd
honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries,
firms and individuals respectfully solic
Th Directory ol this Bank is eompmed 01
Forestu Held, Lincoln county;
S. T. Harris, Lincoln;
J. H. Colliei, Lincoln;
J. V. Hayden, Stanford;
S. H, Baughman.) Lincoln;
J. S. Ilocker, Stanford;-W.
A. Tribble, Stafford;
M. D. Elmore, Stanford;
T. P. Hill, Stanford;
K. L. Tanner,;McKinney;
M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky
J. 3. Hockcr, President;
J no. . McRoberts, Cashier;
A. A. McKinney, Asst. Cashier
farmers BanMTrnst Co
OF STANFORD, KY.,
Ii new fully.organiied'and ready for business wm
Paid up Capital of -Surplus, $200,000.
. ' 000.
SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL
BANK OK STANFORD,
Now closing up) with the same assets and undsi
the same management.
By provisions of irt chatter, depositors axe as
lully protected as ate depositors in NatiotaJ
Banks, its shareholders being held individually
tiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock
thernin at the par value thereof, in addition to tba
mount invested In such shares. It may act as
executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at
To those who entrusted their buisincss to us
while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank ol
Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and
trust they will continue to transact their business
with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt
to samo, our twenty years' experience U
banking andas liberal accommodations as are con
intent with sound banking.
J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon;
. H. Shanks, Stanford;
J. S. 0sley, Stanfcrd;
S J. Einbry, Stanford;
J. B. Owsley, Stanford;
J. F. Casn, Stanford.
William Gooch, Stanlord;
A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevills,
W. H. Cummins, Prcschersi He
S. H. Shanks, President,
Dr. J.'B. OwsJcy, Cashier,
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Harper's Magarin?, One Year .$ 00
Harper's Weekly, 11 .
Harper's Baiar, " 4 00
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Postage Iree to all subscribers in the United
States, Canada and Mexico, .
Address HARPER & BROTHERS,
P. O. Box 959, N.Y. City.
Portland. San Francisco.
Only Dining Car Route From
Elegant Pullman Vestibuled
Sleepers of Modern Pattern.
For maps or any information, address
FRANK J. REID, ,) f K.H . BACON'.
u. r. Agent, or J D. P. 1 A rent.
Chicago. ) (. Louisville.
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