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SCUIl f2 9 cfl ill Imteflif nfiwL i VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1887. NO. 252. ltibllHhel Tiicnttiu nmt fVW(ii -at SjtU I'lailANNUM.CAHIl. understood if we credit IbillJW U! " pec ted and W. P. WALTON- DRIPPING SPRINGS As several parties. t leaving this week we will luvti room for 1 who may wish to omr. Friday, w hue phantom parly. All Crab Orchard will be here aid siveryliidy is invited lo atfond. On nrx' Friday, August 12th, I will have men oottaetM vacant and will rent them to prlie who wih to keep house at ?" per week. I furnish cjkin! stovi and 1 chairs, ll liedslea I aud n tabic to each room. Njw is your chance If jou wtnt to keep houd Will rent the ' (ijiurmir's Lotlcr," three rooms furnished am! eTsrvthing ready for hoiirekeepini: t ?20 per week Mr. El Walker', family, who are now oc cupylng II, leave to Jay, Friday. Afler this date we will only hire to "dances per week, which will Le on Tu day and Friday night. Respectfully, I). 0 Hl.Afi.HTKn. Cleveland's Substitute Apnpo of the ureal hue and cr re pecting the fsilure of President Cleveland to serve in the army and hi securing a 1'ole a. a substitute, which hs been and milichulf ex iterated into a display of unpurio'.Mui, I ho resident cf thin village, Irrespective of political faith, unite in pronouncing "ich report grossly libelous Wlva Firl dumpier wa fired ujon among the dm to enlist were hi. two younger brothers, Fred and Cecil, who tearfully placed their widowed mother un der the protection of drover, thru in Butlslo. The legacy left her by hi. f.ither, the spiritual shepherd of a rural ri )ck, wa extremely limited, and to Urover he look. el for support, and, At oue of the aged Til lager proudly expressed it, never wan a on more solicitous of the comfort and welfare of a raotber. Hbe wm a woman of auuny temperament and ber dignified personality gate character to the village. Her hospitable home wa open to her friend, and her ministration to the tick and unfor tuaate. In the town endeared ber to all. Hbe doted on drover and he wn devoted lo her. Oa a email salary, which he earned by cloie application to the desk In a law office and at timet by clerking in several stores, he continued lo contribute by a generous self denial to keep up the old homestead anJ maintain his mother as its mistress. When it became known to the old lady that Urover wu called upon to go to the frjnl, be, recogmrng her dependent paction, was loth to give conent to his de pirture. Mindful only of her welfare, he finally agreed lo recure, if pj'sible, a sub stitllte, and when successful his 5rt thought wax of hi mother, and to her he imparted the glad tidings by the tint mail Charlei White, the old patriarch of the village, who ia on the wrong aide of 70, when questioned concerning the widely circulated stories of the President's cowardice, shook ha head in disgust that etich b ejrd .lories should be deemed worthy of "the Irnsl consideration "You need not accept my ur I fur it," eaid he, "but you may ink my of the old er townspcop'e and see if they do no" agree with me in the statement that m braver boys ever lived than tho Cleveland?. The story of cowardice in connection with lint honorable family, opecIslly to those who know all the boy from their inf incy, is aa contemptible aa the attempt of a certain New York paper moat pronouncedly hoatile (o Cleveland lo associate some scandal to the fact of hi having presented a riding pony to s young lady of this village whom he has known tince childhood. Cowardice la just the reverse of Cleveland's characteristic; hut 1 presume political moonahice must be had, no matter whose name trails in the (N. Y.l Special. A pretty Nebraska widow, who had ensnared the affections of many respectable farmers living near Wyman, was recently ordered to leave the country by a band of regulators under penalty of a coat of tar and feathers. Nothing daunted by the tbicit, the widow bought a double-barrel shotgun and awaited developments. When the regulator approached the house to carry out their threat, tho aight of a loaded gun piloted from one of the windows deterred them and one of the number in admiration of the woman' pluck, advanced under athgof truce, proposed marriage and was accepted on thaipot. Then a parson wu called in, the marriage was celebrated and the night wound up with a round of feativitiea. A recipe for a good, harmleea hair-wash: Take of scalded black tea 2 ounces, with 1 gallon boiling water; atrain and add 3 ounce glycerine; tincture cantharldea A ounce and bay rum 1 'iait. Mix well by shaking nod then add perfuma - Scientific American. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Crab Orchard Spring are now at their gayest. The election pissed i d without any disturbance at all Vegetation la parched And everything suffering for want of rain. -The nntto cf the Oood Templars Is etill"()rwardaml I'pward." In addition to other itHictions little Jennie Kvans is very ill with llux Many of our younj people frtijuently attend tl c bills at Dripping Springe. Services tit the Chri!i.n church next Saturday nlidit, Kunday morning and night by Itev. J. (. Montgomery, pastor. Dr. Pettua' hoft cf friends regrei ex ciedingly that he was defeated in the late legislative race, which iosition he i in every way eo well qunltfi'd to fill aud for which ho had o honeulr nnd honorably striven Dr Joe Oralmm Vive' this week for the far Wist llide helm an excellent M. I) , he is a mot worthy touoc nun and our people are very sorry indeed to have him leave our midt and caU his lot hinong strangers. Many warm friend j iu ti in bidding him (iod speed. That charming Lexington beiutr, Mis Matlin Lte Smith, is the guest of Mis Louana James. They are now attending the Dtnville fair. Miss Btker, of Je-si-mine, is viiling Miss Helle Livingston. Mrs. Taylor, of Louisville, and Miss Cora Van IVIt, of Dinvllle, nro the guets of the Mieses Hardir. Miss Maggie Davis ie yisitlng in Garrard. Mist Jennie Kennedy presides as organist at the Christian church during her alsence. Mrs Leila Cannon, of Nicholasville, has be el the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Curtis Miss LiK Doug-Its, of Diuville, is visiting reUtivei here. Miss Minnie Myers has joined her couin, Mises Lah and Km Sieger, at the Hirri Hotl'p. Little Kate Smith has bteu very sick. The Burning of Mosco. Tnose who visited Louisville Ust fall during the production of the "List Dits of i'ompeii" will say that it wa one cf the grandest eight ever seen in this section of the country. IMng encouraged by the great aucce.s of last eeison, the management Is determined to eclipse all previous production. Beginning Thursday August IS, continuing every Thursday and Saturday evening, closing Ootoher '11 1, 1'iin's l.t achievement "Tin Burning of Mo-cow." It is needlr to say to versed that a better subject couldjool have been selected The reputation of the 1'iin, as kings of all pyrotechnic exhibitors of the world is not disputed. Louisville is tho only city in the I'al'el Slates, outside ol New York, that has a contract to oive nil of their productions yearly. Orer 2t0 per sor.s in correct costumes, made and imported from France and Russia, will be seen. Napoleon and his stall, on spirited horses, at the bead of the French nrmy, when entering the doomed city, will b n ight never to be forgotten. Anyone demous can obtain an instructive pamphlet giving a correct synopsis of that grand event, be addressing Jtuoe B Caip. Business Manager, Louisville. Thous and ol strangers will be in the city on the opening dav, to witnss the grand street parade of the French nnd Uissian armie; also the illumination of Fourth Avenue at night, from Main Street to the Amphithea tre, a dittir.ee of nearlv three mile. A torchlight procersion of 500 torch-bearers. lhe above will be the ime ued it tjuecn Victoria's Jubilee iti England last June DjIi'i fiil to It- on hand Thursday, AtlguH lith, a cheap rale will be tiven on nil rilrnade. F.J. V atki how ho raiy construct a reliable telephone from his store to his residence, a disiarcu of ISO rods. A. Cut a circular aperture about tj inches in in a board Over this tack a piece cf parchmeut. To a wire solder a button or disk one inch in dimter. Past the wire through a hole in the of the pucii ment, support the latter hbr we' it Hnd iiispeud n weight lo the wire. Pre pare two of these. When dry place one at each end of the Hoe aud stretch a wiie tightly batwejn thatn, drawing against the buttons. Where the wire goes around cor nero, which should be avoided aa much aa possible, o ts or more loops of marline must bd used lu cirry it. It mmt touch no solid object. If properly arranged, on talking ageinat one drum held the sound will be eproduced by the other. Scientific Amer loan. Tho advance of education in India is marked by the pos (office statistics for the ten years ending March 31at, 13S6 The number of letter increased from 110,000, 000 to 233,000,000 per annum, and the increase in the number of newspaper wat no less than 115 percent. Instead of the boutful 50,000, tt ia doubtful if the Prohibition ticket has re ceived 5,000 votes in the State. Two yeara ago this same old Fox, that had h's tail cut so short Monday, received 3S 017 vote. -Louisville Times. The most wonderlul remedy for chicken cholera ever discovered is Oanter's Coicken Cholera Cure. It ia guaranteed to curs and iaaold by all druggists, 2t Ml. VERNON, ROCKCAS1LECOUNTY. Dr Grant will be in Mt. Vernon the first week of Circuit court. Rockcastle can aympathiza with Lincoln in her tribulation for she hns been there lo these many years. Does the disappearance of Mr. T. T. Wallace havo any connection with next week's court and will he work up any more hear storied Circuit Court convents here on Monday next, S h init Indication1 are that not much business will li; transactxd, the docket being ligh. A number of our republican friends h'ctuie rither enthusiastic late Mondny evening when some cm announced tho elcc tinn of Bradley. Ward carried P. ckcistle 21S over Webb and latet advlcei sir he also carried Laurel a few votes making his mijirity in the neighborhood of '11") They tell it that a numbar of people allowed themselves to be snake-bitten, of late, to get an excuse for visiting the still house "over the hill." Mr Keed, of Richmond, was here Wednesday looking after the jewelry nnd paraphernalia of the OJd Fellows lodge that disbanded here some six years since. A negro was Itjured by the explosion of a torpedo on the railroad at P.easant Valley Wednesday, a piece of tin going into his back. It was extracted and the darkey is over his scare. M Birrett, the popular Supervisor, wis here a few days since. Three Illinois gentlemen are here to up their trade with Mr. S W. Parrla for his property here They are looking at other property and may purchase several tracts. Steve Prewitt, who shot Jack Biker on election day, had his extmining trial set for Wednesday, fie was admitted to bail in the sum of 5300 to nppear at Circuit Court. The wounded man is reported to be in a bad shepe and not likely to recover. We understand James Poynter and Tom Brown have been holding discussions on the prohibition question pro and con in the Big Glades lo large and npprer.iative audiences. Dr Lovell and Nate Evans made a horseback tour of Jackson county VednesJay and Thursday. Col. J. B Fish dropped in here on Tuesday morning He says he ia not the correspondent who reported the Yellow Creek fight The Colonel is further into the mountains than he used to be Mr. McDutl Ward is in Louisville on busine. R. L Newcomb has gone to Galveston After the shot that struck Biker was fired but one pistol was seen and that was an old, rusty, single barreled affair that was loaded with patching around the bullet like a rills Several knlvis or scythe blades from 13 to 22 Inches in L;ngth were in the hands of boys from 12 to 16 yeus of age. It was claimed by some of the friends that there were corn knives, but in our experience we had failed to observe a double edged before. George Johnson, a bright looking 11 year old hoy got cfi' the train here Monday evening claiming to be an orphan from near Pirkaville. H says he had been taken by a man named Merrimon at June tion City to raise, after the death of his parents For some reason which the boy says he i unable to explain. Mr. Merrimon bought him a ticket to this point, placed him on the train aud told him he didn't need him any longer. Circuit Clerk Win. Fiih took the boy home with him to remain until he finds a place or home. The Ohio convention marks out the leadins issue for v7 and 1SS3. It is whether the country will approve the rec ord cf democratic administration by continuing its commission to serve the people, or will stigmatize the conduct of the public servants it chose in 1S31 There is no middle ground. The Cleveland administration is either a success or a failure. It is tither true or falee to its mission. It his either faithfully tried to redeem the pledges it made to the people not to any sect, parly or faction, but to the whole people or it has faithlessly failed to make gcod these covenants. Oi the main issue there is no middle ground. New York Star The girts who bathe at Long Branch are a sight They have discuded the old flannel trousers and bjgv waist and substituted thin, gauzy raiment of the moat exquisite patterns nnd which show their pretty forma to perfection. For shoes they wear heavy embroidered white cloth with black silk tops. Ooe girl eeen bathing at the Weat Had a few days ago wore black silk close fitting trousers and waiat, yellowstock. ings and white shoe. She did not go in the surf at all, but reclined quietly on the betch, allowing the breakers to caress her prelty form, all unconscious of the attention which she was nttracting. The new law requiring bicltcist to carry balls and lamps produces some amusing spectacles. Ooe wheedniau baa a cow bell fastened on hia machine so that it rinje dolorously with the motion of the wheel. All over town youngsters who cannot afford new bells ride about carrying dinner bells in their bands, which they ring when they approach pedestrians. This complies with the law Washington dispatch. Tne report that Stanley, tne African explorer ia dead, is denied. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. - Oar public sciool opened Monday with Klly Stillings principal an 1 Miss Lizzie Fogle, of Caey, assistant teacher. A Swiss boy whose name we have not learned suicided Tuesday night in the 8wis colony by placing the muzz'e of a double-barrel shot-gun In his mouth and firing, pulling the trigger with his toe. Elmer, tho little son of D. R. Brock, has been very low with remittent fever. Mils ILitiie Brown is alck. D in Jonea has fever. C C. Williams, , Mt. Vernon, was here Tuesday 'Fishle" passed thro' on night train Monday night. J. S. and George McAlistcr, Stanford, were here Tueeday night. Col. A. J. Reed, of Richmond, was here on I O O. F. business Wednesday. This county gives Bradley a majority of about 500 vote-; Ward for the legislature 1 majority. No disturbances at any of the polling places, although the republicans used both money aud "on the sly" and get terribly mad now because they were caught in their disreputable practices. Their anger, however, puta no changea on anybody and does not alter the fact of their having used "boodle and bocze." A blooJy battle waa fought in Clay county on the evening of election. A. J. Hacker was killed outright, hia body receiving four shot. D. C. Lyttle, Hacker's brother in-law, received a pistol shot wound in the bead, from which he cannot possibly recover. D.iugherty White was shot thro' the abdomen and seriously if not fatally wounded, and John G. White slightly wounded in the arm. The fi'ht came up oyer the vote of a negro, who had cast bi8 ballot for Buckner and was fought between Hacker and Lyttle on one aide and four of the Whites and two negroea on the other. There is considerible bad blood in Clay and never fails to manifest itself when a rotes the democratic ticket. O.d Uncle Jonathan Halcber, who lives near town, has been a voter for CO years and in all that time has never crossed or scratched a denucratic ticket. His first presidential ballot waa cast for Old Hickory Jackson and he has been putting them in aa O d Hickory would have him ever aince He is not cn'y a stalwart democrat, but in hia time was a near relative of Sampaonin point of strength and physical enduiance, having more than once felled the timber and split 200 oak fence rails in four hours' time; on one occasion cut and put up 40 con's of wood in ten days, or four cords a day, and at different times has cut eight acres of heavy oats and wheat in one day with an ordinary cradle and in the primeval days would hew a whole eet of house logs in a day sufficient for a building ten rounds or logs high and 13x20 feet in dimensions, He ia now in feeble health, being Sl yeara old, but ia always well enough to get to the polls and cast a straight democratic vote. Medical Bxamining Board. (To tbo EJltor of the I.ntkiior JocaXAL ) SoMEiarr, Aug. 1. Will you pleaee make mention in your paper that the Med. ical Examining Board of the Sib judicial district met in Somerset July 25th for the examination of applicants to practice medicine and will meet again in the Bame place on September 14th. The Board is composed of the following gentlemen: Dr. Bro- naugh, ol Stanford, Dr. J. A. Phillips, of Monticello, Dr J. B Kinnaird, of Lancas ter, Dr. A. W.Johnstone, of Dinville, and Dr I. S Warren, of Somereet, Amos Aeeter. Tnere'a a lively little creeter which ia known as Amos Keeter, and it couldn't be much Heeler if it tried; It is ever sweatly singiog while about you swiftly winging, eeeuing out a place for stingin; through your bidt; In gore 'tis ever wadin', lanced from grandam and from maiden, till its veins aie overladen with the stuff; And yet, though rich its diet, the small creeture ne'er is quiet, and you really can't come nigh it which is tuff; Y'ju think you're sure to lam it, and against tie wall you jim it, but you'll sadly mutter, dammit; and it ekip; Oa, smart ia Amos Keetar, tin your yery nose he'll teeter, anJ he says "this my meeter," as he nips. Confound the wretched creature, he swells your every feature, aa be bleeds you like a leech or dineth off your face. Oh, if he sang in EJen, no stronger proof I'm needin' of the cause of the se- cedin' from the Times. Of Senator Erarla' fire daughters only one remains unmarried, Hia twin eons, one of whom waa married a few days ago are graduates, of Yale, and were rer popular whllo at csllege. One of them waa valedictorian of his class, while his brother stood very near the top. An old lady of BakersSeld observed: "How styles hare changed since I was a Ulrl. Theyused to wear dretsrs up to the neck and gloves with only one bntton. Now they wear gloves to the neck and dresses with only one button." Kern (Oil.) Otzette The Moruan missionaries teach that no unmarried woman cm go to heaven, Tbey tmy be wrong, but it ia just as true that no woman wants to go to heaven before she is married,- Lowell Cit zjn. II INK MOCK FOIl SALE n ' v I wlih to sell Shares of First National Hank nock ot tUantbrl. If not soli private-l will sell publicly County Court Day. 217-td . T. UVHU, ' G. A. BENEDICT &CO., STAMOltD, KKXIUCKV, Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster!, trWella DrtlleJ to order and pumps farmlshed at factory prices. f ICE! ICE! ICE I will to regulir In dWB'orJ end vicinity everr uioruluj a' One Cent Per Pound. Accounts due st theclfo of each tao'.'a or when customer nuiu. v- .. n k n tntioir XX. FOXi un 1MIOTOGK JiXMEftT ' DLVMLLL, KY. Has removed to hi! elowot now building site the poit tllesand is bstter than ever ed to accommodate the public rlth fine pi. turei ijallifactlon guar- teod. Sfanfftyd Pawale f!ftl1envi m vw mV4i v m vaahsyw vvmvzlvi ALEX. S. FAXTOX, l'KES. Next Seiuon will lgln on . . . ,. . , ThUrSdaV, the IS! Of September u?ii Imtructlon thorough, and discipline kind, but firm. (Jraduatea on lour different courtes arrang ed to suit the taates and capacities or glrli. OtTer! ipeclal attraction! In fie DdDirtmentj of Art and Muilc. for catalogue. DANVILLE FAIR. AUG. 2, , 4: & 5. A Splendid Show of Stock Gtuirniitced. Music b' BAND. For aipply to the Secretary. W. J. IYIsE, Pre. J. M. MEYER, Secj. 6 ANTEH' CHICKEN X Cholera Cure ! $W 6rV Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy thatViwj cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two-thirds of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied w ith it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded. DR. W. B. PENNY, DENTIST, gtnniorrt JContuolcy Office on Lancaster street, next door to ItiT. KtOJt Journal office Office hours from 8 ton K. and 1 to 6 r. k. Anesthetics administered when neceuary. ItSMTr.l KENTUCKY CENTRAL I I "Blue'GrtiHH Ronte." Shortest and Quickest Bonte from Oau tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Line Between LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Through tickets and baggage checked to an; desUnatlon reached by t railroad. For full particulars, call on any agent of tat company, or a F. II. MOK.SE, D. A.FEELEY, Oen.Pau. Agent, Trar. Pass. Agent, Corlngton, Kr. Lstxlngton, K.J Mil. E. HUNTINGTON Recelier, General Unices. Corlngton.Ky. we ferdislly f . rommaoj r our 14 auhebtu rtntlr nowntoutl iuja)fi!i.s rt VU t DATS. V ami ;lt.t. JWO.trMt.S aol tsw t shave tolj const WV fliMatar.. w sni1 la every cite it kit given .utfi.U:a. CS wrdooibfUi, Ale.lt A LUk, CitTKlttCllulCs. Cinolnn.UjHBH IUUm. N. Y SoilhjDtiiiW.i. Ptl; tt.O, WHEAT WANTED ! W ,. rott, the Manager of tha Stanford Roller Mllli Company, will purchwo Wheat. Psrttet wishing to sell or eicbange wheat will call and see hlu at the Mill. 213-U OlAM'lJKU HULLKK MILLS COMPANY. MIIiliIlVERir. lam dally opening an elegant line of Spring and Summer Millinery, Including all The Latest Novelties of the Season. Alo Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collar) and Cuirj, Itucbfog, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You will and me at the roomi lately vacated by Smiley A Warren, next door to the Myers Home. lGMm KA TE It WO Kit A It. WU. ABKS. jas. . otva f, Nottry Public. AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 311 Fifth Street, LOCWVIJULE, - - ICY. Roomi3anJ 3, Crotnle Block. PEARSON & CLARK. 1 -.1 .. YV JJ.OiGSU16 ljT0C61?S LEXINGTON, KY. i - i Wohc ainlii street. 203-Cm TAXES ! TAXES I The New Kercnue Law adds six per cent, to ! Taxes, unpaid br the first day of September anJ I "HI bare to collect It. So pleaje come for- i ' ar;1Sa ,tU'e,, , .- ..,;... .. u.m.. mr, . . r . , - , jyElVCOJlB IIOTEJj ' MT. VERNON, KY. Tali old and well-known Hotel li (till maintaining lta fine reputation. Charge reaaonable Special attention to the trarellng public. J. P. XJSn'COJIIf, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. R S.UiaTIN. JNO. M. PERKINS. BaoDllElD, Kv., May, UST. Albright A Martin beg to Inform their many fnenda andcuitomeriot the change In tirm nana to MARTIN A PERKINS. Tne new firm boms, not only to sustain the reputation of theold, but Intends to make many lathe manufacture ot tobacco which will be to the interest ol our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past farors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, we remain, Hcsptctfully youn. 3IAUTIX As IT.ltKIXS. DK.I.S.I1UKDETT, OCULIST. BRODHEAD, KY. Has bad an experience ol orer fifteen iyeirs, and has successfully treated hundrels of cases Special attention Is glren to the treatment of all diseases of the eyes. Name and address ot patients cured given on application if desired. 220-Cm. L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. , THK tlKKAT THROUGH TRUNK LINE , -IO THK I SOUTH & WEST I TTITH Pullman Palace Sleepers, LoiiiMtilio to NiiHiillc, 3Iciiiii1i1h, llliuila, Little Roclf, Mobile aml Neu OrleauN. Only one chnntte to points Ic Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the line of this road will recelTa special rates. MTsee Agents of thl Company lor rates, routes .Vc ,or rlle C P. ATMORE, G. P. AT. A., Loulsrille, Ky r raps The rorldreuowned Knabe, the famous Decker A Son, the popular and reliable lereit. The celebrated C'lough A. Warren, and the John Church A Co 's Any one desiring an elegant and durable musical Instrument will do welt to examine our prices before purchasing. Wears areata for the well-known Joan Church A Co., and will warrant our Pianos loi seren years, and our Organs for fire years The Everett Piano and the Clough A Warren Orgin are the best and most reliable Instruments Minufacturfd. Our instruments can bo seen at the postotlice in Stanford, where Miss How itlcbards will state prices, etc. Persons who oare purchased these Instruments will testify to their durability and elegant finish . We will be glad to servo the public, and guaraa tee satisfaction. Elder W. L. Williams, of IIustonTllle. also represents the John Church A Co., and will be pleas-ed to serve his friends. M. It. j i. J. COOli, Agents. BSVKRK.NCKS: John O. Carpenter, Uustonrille; J. M. Elmore, Stanford, James Beailey, titaulord; J. M, Philips, ntanford; A. U. Pennv, Htanford; Mrs. Fannie Farm, Lancaster; Gen W. J, Lan Irani, Lancaster: Charles Sandldge. Junction City; W. M. Payne, Preacbemllle: Mrs. K M. Carpenter, Stanford j Mrs. Maggls Holmes, Crab Orchard; O. T. Lancaster. 133 lyr liKB F. UVVrUJLlf, trjItOEOlV DENTI8T, UTANKOKD, KY. utac oouta side 1 lit ttiei ., mo ii:o;s aw in Mysrs iiotel; rnrs Mtmus uzue Qai alulnttur d wheat riijulru.