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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891022401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. (lit- Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1891 LONDOM .33 X v Robert Hrown, who has been very cutBS. SPLINTS, WINDPUFFSl -- nd nllpnlargemtntii, SPAVINS, nbiolutely removed b- yfick for several weeks, is on our streets' & V T O 1. - 1 again. rtK At. i 'V' .K iT T 1 A Swiss called al one of mil ,,r Htorc,H j i Ml 3 'Mo,,,l"' a,,,i for a "louso rake." U w,lrt H0""! li""' 1,,,for" tin lady clerk 11 has the unqualified endowment m,l,i iiIrfctinl what he wanted. of our lead. Si. wiy rtoriemcnanil veterinarian. NX E y Al n meeting 01 the town hoard .. night H. lcarl was upa WW sTjAl vn i SSSl bla't?n'SIlnn..inyii: P "One bottle curnl a very IkmI cam pomieu iowii imusieil, J. T. .IciIhihuii SWM&'r. on n mare for which I Imvo since I of blood pivvln P bonk in ul.iVI, ,,., u.u.. I ,i.8j 1 would not l without it If It cost . ,:n tt r fJ.W a bottle.'' ?w?75.Ml act.on . give... Jtilt the pl.il.Hopbical ,"","'r "",U"1 0I,t f t,""0Wn ,im,,H' We have hundretlt of uch i. "A'ftvakisf County ClerK Scoville had a nail to ' m ..... tettimonial. )..!..,-,.tf .'v iiHriieriiiiiiuiiiH nf Trl. Of Kl ,,. ,,. , vn accidentally wiiniii " i' s'ii i..- .strike his heel thia week not toil compared with tluMe of o KI,,Y & CO" Ttchall. N. Y. 3 rniUan.-MJ.nDellaven, in which he sagely an- while breaking up kindling on a round Mri luiwLBnn im ivira of a chair and has been very lame over nounced th.it when a man marries a GEORGE GREEN DOONE. FOR TIIK MGGEST woman and they have a family of chil- il bince. When we requested the family to se(ileal interest is b"ing taken by the dren "they both phy an important part Ftudentsof Laurel Seminary in their de- - cure for us a picture of the old gentlein bringing them into existence." Al bating society, which man, whose name heads this article, to meets every this stage of the proceedings tlioconven-lioday night. The How of mountain ora- go with the list of Lincoln countv men. ought to h ivo adjourned; but it did who bad passed we did not not and Statesman Jonson was enabled tory is more amusing than instructive. 'Trencher" Hrewer has bought out think that the cut would accompany his to cloM the dtdnite by saying: "if I had it- a wife and she owned property, I wool I the stock of general merchandise belong. obituary. Hut life is alwavH uncertain, iug to Kd Hale and the grocery stock of the more especially when his advanced thank her, and, perhajn, my lucky star .I.T Hatcher and will do business at age is reached. that .she had it." A beautiful and apMr. Hoone was born in Fayette counthe latter place. Mr. Hatcher will conpropriate peroration for this speech tinue his barber shop at the same old ty, November I'fith, 1810. His father, would have been: for whom he was named, was originnllv stand. If I hail a 4olcy lh.it wouldn't KO, The Swiss have begun the erection a Haptist preacher, but when the split l)u yon iKoil I'd waii him, ho, no, no; I'J Rive him iMe corn, mi J My urc lie, of a handsome church on the Johnson came he united with the church, AJ good b)c, iloiikcy, j;o, jo, Ki." addition to London. livery one of them the son following bis example at an ANUseem to have hii interest in ithiml when early age. In 1S:Jl' the subject of this A glance at tho record of the constitutioual convention makes it somewhat completed it will not only be quite an sketch married Miss Suan Moore, of iliUicult todetermiiie whetherthat which "ddition to the town, hut a credit to the Fayette, and to them was born one daughter, who is now Mrs. Margaret A. Kline of the members do or that which hiiiblern. S3ji!L v Several pirtics who were supposed (iraviM, of Woodford county. they say is the moM. ridiculous. Mr.' About summoned before Police 1S:S, Mr. Hoone moved to the neighbor Funk favors holding all elections in No-- ' to "ovs' vember, notwithstanding the objections Judge Canifax last Friday for the pur-tb- hood of Camp Dick Itobiii&on, Uarraid will mnoiuly iuUrfeie with the ilia-- ' P0"" f learning of any of the recent county, wbeio his wife shortly afterIn the county, go to position of the watermelon crop and the violations of some of the town laws. If wards died. He lived in Garrard till his sdo of g nger cakes and cider by the good anything was found out we haven't second marriage in IS 12, when he led to the altar Miss l'attie Owsley Haughinan, old copp Dinahs as it was in heard of it. daughter of Hamilton Haughinan, Ksq., The city council has passed an the days "Info' de wall." He said ho' He then bought the in the country some himself," the ",,1L't; against hogs having the privilege of tiiis countv. exact quantity of himself that lived in of "inning upon the streets. The order farm on Dix Kivcr, in this county, upon the country not being stated, and ho waH voted upon at the last election of which be lived till his death, which oc- and ail thought a farmer bad n better time to town otlicer.s and the hog was voted out, eurred of softenrug of the brain, Feb. 15. work guaranteed. rote in November than in August. Ho '"'vertlielessl noticed an even doen on is.l. IJy the second muriage there, were four children, three of whom, Mrs. " did not believe there was any danger of the streets Sunday, The work on the streets is.'progrei-fe-daa. i. renny, .Mrs. David Scott and H. a man's drinking too much on election and falling by the wayside and freez- - inH'ow'.v- Th hands have not been H. Hoone, survive. His last wife precedoU'for several mouths J and a Jgood ed him to the tomb somo six years, her ing, if the election was in the month of uiany have quit. The contractors have death occurring May 2:5, 1SS1. November. He thought tho good old Mr. Hoone never aspired to office becorpulent, red faced doubling keg, who l,,tM1 working the "merchandise check" CORHER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. started to the polls in November, would raoket for all it was worth and it lias got lieving that the post of honor is the private station. Tho soul of honor and juM as likely to reach homo sober as to be worth nothing, lien, tirant is known to have had a be stoo I'rewitt, recently of Kockcas-therei- a christian in deed and in truth, he led Sugar, though he had" volod in August, and Molasses, Tea, Syrups, Coffee, Honey, profound contempt for the lotailor of Mr. Funk wils light, for the 0d tie county, was arrested, '.here Saturday a blameless and exemplary life and died Meal. Lard, Flour, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Salt, I'pon one occasion beer vulvar anecdote. barrel woulil undoubtedly get drunk"" the charge of running something as he had lived, possessed of tho respect Homo onu prefaced hw remarks when His house was and confidence of his neighbors and anif furnished with the liquor, just as well like a "blind tiger." FARINACEOUS GOODS. about to tell nn anecdote of thin characat one season of tho year as another. Mr. ea relied and two gallons of,' whisky ticipating a happy resurrection. A very by flaying: "I aee there are no ladies ter Maccaroni, Cheese, Extracts, Flavoritur however, took an entirely dif- - '"nd along with I'nited States license to large assemblage of friends gathered at Spices, present." "No," naitl Lien, (iraut, "but Goshen to hear Fid. J. G. Livingston same. Trial Monday, Raisins, Prunes, eront view of tho subject. Ho wanted Citron, Figs, Currants, there are Kentlomen present." Miss Hertha Wolfe, of Mitchell, Intl., preach the funeral sermon, after which Parlor and Hall Lamps, the election to remain in August, be-- 1 Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, It irt Miiil that Napoleon, Columbus, cause it is "hallowed by memory and formerly a teacher in Laurel Seminary, mi. luiiunt-i- i uie remains to Uullalo Queensware and Tinware. Right or wrong, he stood 's " a V'H'1 to her many friends here, cemetery, to assist in paying the last Washington and Webster wore all in Williams, of Mt. Vernon, was hero tribute of respect to the honorable and early life book agent. Whether they for the old way, and as the days arc long- pobrteaocd the indomitable perseverance est at that season of the year, tho weak lnKt week. S. A. Lovelace has been upright man, who had been their friend and cheek of the modern agent is not and intlrin would have more time to get confined to his bed for several days with and to many a benefactor of them. gCH3acaUaJ'.UIUHBMM2mBfflX3nMa3M rising in bis head. It is feared that he suited, hut they no doubt learned Home to thopollsandthe "ilewand mist having CHURCH AFFAIRS. from the face of the ,im' lsu '"h hearing, leuflons in patience that were useful to been London has more lawyers than any rN earth," there would be less likelihood of A deputy sherill' levied on the furIhcniiiH warriorii ami statesmen. the man who was not robust injuring ids other town of its size i.VJO) in tho State, nishings of the Fnglewood, 111 , PresbyThe Woixlfotd Sim confidera it high health in making the pilgrimage Hero is a partiul Judge K. Hoyd, terian church while to was trvimon upon the part of the preM to posit his ballot. He contended that No- -' '' K- Wilson, J. 1. Smith, K. L. Knell, in session. criticize the work of the con. con. When vember was tlie black month of In 1S!0, 40 churches were built in theyear, W. 11. Catching, Fdward Parker, W. S. men neck public positions and under- and that more deaths Richard Howling, James Ohio at a cost of $247,000. At this late occurred and more Jaekson, n take for it apeciliedMini to discharge diseases were eiigenrie red in that than Sparks, J. V. Jones, H. C. Kversole, T. those benighted people ought soon to dutica, those who do the paying ai d in any other month in the whole year. J- Canifax, V. L. Hrown. W. T. Mornan, become christians. are interested in the result of the work This will be news to the hunters Craft and W. IJ. Ramsey. Some A good deal of unfavornblecoiuinent and ' A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE, KNOWN FOR. 15 YEARS AS to he performed have the undoubted fishermen of Kentucky, who names may have been left out, but if is being made on the fact that a Cathoconsider THE BESY REMEDY FOR P8l.ES. right to impure into tho methods of November the most delightful month in they have they will be mentioned in lic priest administered the sacrament ot 'PREPARED BY RICHARDS0N-TAYL.0- R MED. CO. ST. LOUIS M0. their servants and to comment upon tho the year for outdoor sports. our next. supreme unction to Gen. Sherman while manner of their performances. Thero he was in an unconscious condition. DEATHS' DOINGS. Call For State Convention. wiw no la v of the laud compelling the The meeting at the Colored Haptist ThoCentriilaud KxecutiveConunittees, A. I. Jones, a civil engineer, for- - church, Somerset, i, 'iiiiemeii w no nave occn seiccieu lis HOUSE, held by Hev. .1. W. delegates to the convention to either ask ot tho democratic party met al the resi- - inerly of Pulaski, died at Jellico. I desire to sell my (arm ol about ijo acres, Lackey, of this county, had 41 additions. situ, U. niLEY, Proprietor, F. ateil aoout tJ4 miles north of Man ford on fh or accept the positions they are filling. deuce of Chairman John 11. Castleuian, The death of Dr. W. U. Sallee, of The Republican says that Mr. Lackey reHush Branch pie, opposite the old church. Thete - They had tho right to remain at homo Louisville, Thurbday night, and adonted Flat Hock, brother of J. W. Sallee. for- - signed as pastor of are about acres Kentucky., of the farm50 well ctinnwheat and rye; the balance the church after a London, timothy Good dwelling if they chow and thus escape tho criti- - tho following. 0f th;8 countv, was not as as sud- - faithfnl service of seven years. I have moved to ray new Hotel anil am tpttei Int.rv ol four kitchen mid a splendid lf,t- - that tliu convention to preymrcri than ccr to accommodate the pi.blic barn, i ac.I vaiered and fenced. 1'uv.ession Mew cismof the public, can noininato, den as at first reported. Ho died of la Rev. J. I). Walsh and Miss Adelaide GooJ Lurry .ilt.ich.nl and every co'ivemtiucc iii- be given imn For particulars, so J. p democratic candidates for State ollices, grippe, says tho Somerset Reporter. Ho sireil. Give me a call. llailry, Sunlitd, or write the undersigned at Sherman have been conducting a revival It is said that in this world) thero is to bo voted for at an election KRANK RILEY. 77 Cincinnati. Ohio. i. WITHERS tho first was a good physician and a popular at tho M. K. church, Somerset, says the "no rest for tho wicked." If this be true, in August, shall be held in the tleman. Reporter, which has resulted in I15 conthero is no hiicIi thing as rest, for "thero city of Louisville and convened at fStttfffl noon, In response to a telegram Undertak- - fessions. As many as 50 young persons ia none that is good, no, not one." Hut MT. VERNON, 11Y. i.uii ot May, J.VJI. er inc Hull'inan expressed n casket to aro at the mourners' bench for prayers bo this as it may, there aro somo who de-- ii io select delegates to said State Mt Vernon yesterday. It was for little at once. Hoteljis Mill mainUii. This old and serve rest, whether they get it or not; convention the basis of representation ing iti fine reputation. Cliarjes reasonable. Spt Mattie Mason Adams, the unusually According to the Methodist Year and one of these is K. C. Walton, of tho shall be ouo delegate for every 200 votes bright daughter of Mr. J. T. Adams, of Hook for 1S01, the Methodist Kpiscopal cial attention to the iraveln; public. M. NEWCOMB, Pror., I.VTKitioit Jot'UNAl.. Ho deserves a trip and fraction of 100 and over, polled for Hryantsville, who was with her in her Church now has 2,2;!0,47;! Mt. Vernon, Kv. members, to Virginia, or any other place lie may Cleveland and Thurman in 1SSS. This last moments. Her disease was pneumoitinerant ministersand 22, 10.1 churchiujbehalf of will make MS delegates. choose to visit, for his labors nia. es. The same authority gives the numhis paper have been arduous and inde.'!d. That for the purpose of selecting Mrs. Martha Hums, who was recent ber of Methodists of all brandies in this fatigable. No more courteous gentleman delegates to tho State convention, tho ly taken to the asylum at Lexington, country nt 4,t)S0,240. Cure cnt, brumes, old sore?, skin iiUtaes, was over sent forth as a representative democrats of each county shall fittula, 'itches, hultcr assemble died there last week and her remains Trinity church, in the busy center corns, I'll li ion pile t.. bruise. a Wherever il has, of the press than K. C. Walton. Kver in mass meeting nt tho burns, dew . of wero brought homo Friday by her broth-- of Now York City, is among been used it hat given wonderful satisfaction and the remark its d polite, deferential to the old. their respective counties, and the demo-crat- s er, David Scott. About a year ago Mrs. able religious institutions of the country. hie.propensit lor removal); soreness is remark.! Numerous tistuilr.nuis will be secured and and respcctfultowards all ho met, he won malarial spell and since It was dedicated 101 of each legislative district of the ci- Hums suirered a years ago, and tho will appear in this space nt a later date. Made way to popular favor seemingly with- ty of Ids E. Louisville at some central point then had never been well. Indications building then used occupied tho present and su.d by J. II HIOr.INS. Smnford.Ky. out nn cilort. Long life and prosperity within tho district, that her mind was impaired began to site. This building was burned in 1770 to be desigunted by T0NTS0EIAL to Fd. the district committee, at 2 o'clock v. ji. show themselves and it was not long be- and rebuilt in 177S. Tho second edifico STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Blue-Gras- s On tho question of "woman's rights," Saturday, May 2, and choose delegates to fore it became entirely deranged. Her stood until 1S.10, and was pulled down to nu o ui.i.ii.us iaroer anon on n ..:.. ,... e hallucination was that she had commit- give placo to tho present one, """p Delegate Jonson said ho did not know, tho State convention. poit I ortuian House, and invites a share of your said to be paironoge 1'rompt attention tooutside calls 1th. That all voters who have hitherto ted some terrible crime and that she bad the finest specimen of like Ephraim of old, that ho was joined anil nn Ml attention to l.iit as fin.l k.u Gothic architectin the latest style with neatness to an idol, ami did not believe that it affiliated with, and acknowledged their to kill herself to attono for it. She was ure in America. The dust of many fa- and dis-- 1 pati.li. I will " was the idea of tho committee that the tirst allegiance to, the democratic party, about 55 years of ago and was a mous men repose in Trinity Church- v.ruu sell privately, at a bargain, my larm ai uicuaiu, i.incoin county, Ky. rights of women should bo superior to or pledge themselves to support tho nom- member of tho Goshen Christian church. yard. This larm formcily known as ihe Jacob (juesi of the ji ; - I.JRJJ.VV Rev. John Hell Gibson preached an con tains tft'.J' .V. w, the rights of tho "lords of creation," "of inees shall bedemocratic State conven- Four children, the youngest 12 years old, tion, permitted to participate in Burvivo her. appropriate sermon to his congregation whom we aro which." Hero there ought' these meetings. Acres Excellent Land, Sunday, iu view of the fact that tho next to have been "applause" and Mr. Jon-soIn priir.e condit on, and well improved, lying Henry MelFert, who tried to shoot Lord s day is sot apart by tho Christian partly in the limits ol the tow of Crab Onbard, Nelson Pylo, a farmer near Now ought to have had itjinserted in imihis sweetheart, Mary Koenig in a lit of on the I.. & N R. R. of some of our wouhl'bo statesInd., died Friday of hydrophobia. jealousy, was married to her in the Louis-Vill- church for collections for foreign mistation The farm is divided ntarlr equally by the pike sions. IIo said that whether justly or leading South fiom town, iliere btmj; I7i acres on men, who superintend tho printing of Ho was bitten by a rabid dog December jail Friday. MolTert put his hand not his members had the Kast side 011 which is the iita.ision house, a the reputation of large, roomy and linck of rooms, betheir own speeches. Continuing, ids 0, 1S90. through tho bars and tho ceremony that being stingy and close e, .K:c kiid on kitchen, servant's iu financial mat- sidesWm ide 105 acres, home, xtal also a , coaiforl-ablTho consus bureau estimates that made remarkable remarks, ho announced, witli the wlw.li has them man and wife disposed of ters and urged them to get rid & CO., &c. Ir.uuo tesidcn'.e of it if a consciousness of entire originality, tho the center of population, according to An understanding has been reached and will sell the plicx as a win ic, nr if desired true, giving (ivo or six excellent reasons HUSTONVILLE, KV will mil either of the tracts tlnglr Either will fact that "wo aro all fallible." Thia sol- the count of Juno, 1S90, is near Greons-burg- , tho operators will allow a student at ev- for liberality to the missionary cause make an elepant and comfurtable lion e, coi ven Are sttll in the business and read) iu d ao. hid. emn statement was no doubt received At thiui; in 1'eter Ilolgreu, a revivalist at Kings- ery otlico where it is thought practi- andthe conclusion of tlie sermon Mr. ient to schools, churches, good turnpikes and the stock of the Undertaking line. allWe have a lull Mm. A. F. Moburly presented a let railroad. Cafes and Caskets ol kmdi and Kohri with surprise by many of tho members I'crsops desirous of iuspectiuz tho place will be oi every de.cripuon. Our hearse, Inch is nearly ton, is under arrest for shooting at Miss cable. itr iroin bouio jvirKsvuio cuurch and snowii over it by James lia), now residing on the new can be obtained on short nonce. Mr. J. if. especially those who were Jof tho opin- Christian Peterson, who rejected The bill to establish postal savings asked to his received into tho in,ni.u.. preinues For terms apply or address me at J)an- - Green has rhargeofcur and will show ion that when they die, wisdom will I ship ville, Ky, our goods 10 in) one needinr anything in on here, which waa granted. banks has been favorably reported. lf JAS.W, GUEST. line. Mexir.in veteranB roxliliuit in LinniHter was held on tho 'Jlt inst., in consi'ijiifiico of tlio -- 2d coming on Sunday. Cnpt. Cliiirh'K (.lallnlmr pnmiilcil ovor t)n nift'tin; dipt. 1'. J. WJiittsiU'ti'd iu HvrruUiry and tcn W. J. Lindnuu fuini'shctl th 'nti tomnry uneoloteM. The dinner n Nerved up in cli'tjiuit ttyli by Mm. Holmes, at ihe Mumni Hotel. The table wim by a profusion of buiiutifnl, , fresh rut iloweiH, riiiiMiHtinu of anil carnation pinko, ami all the ilehiMi'ii'H of the wiwon wn bprnid out before the old holdiem, whoMhorted their appreciation of the deliriotin r'mnt by rviiiiduinK at the table fully nil hour. I'txler a upeciitl dispensation from the W C. T. , Mr. John Arnold kindly furnixhed Home clinmpMin cider for the (khiihIo'i, and at tho Voile-Inion of the feast ihii'Ii vetenui was .1 with a beautiful bouquet ol llowera. (leu. V. J. I..iiidniin Mill that he considered llemy Clay, Jr , an one of the liuorit apeeinieiiH of mini- iioud that be over looked upon, lie wjw tall and of cotumandiiiK appearance, bin father in many re poet; aurtly and diirnilled in his uianiieiti, ...yel kind and courteous in Imh demeanor ..tit! eaiily approached by any of the men of bin coinin.md He wan lieiiteiiuut regiment i lotiel of the infantry by Oil. Win. If. McKee and was killed in the cliariru on the "i.'M, nt the Mint timu .MrKee and llanliu full at the head of their regiment. Clay was an utter Mtrnuger to fnr and wan endow-iwith all th- hiuli qualitieM of head and heart that cliiimcltiristfd bin ill fathfr. rtinuuit !'. Marshall, the orator, Htatenni.ui and wholHr, wan linal n t in the lmttle, but on that rtrt dv of Kebruan Jil.t w ah delivering a Kpeeoh ul Ciuiiiirgu, where hm uoinputi yAA atatioiied. llw gallantry was never udl ! in ipieHtiuii and if he had been at lbiena VinUi he would liavo been as a leader. The territory add ed to the Cuited Sum- - n, a riv.il It of the Mexican war includeH California, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico, the richwst portion of our National domain. Tliu annual mt't'tiiiK of have departed from the earth. Hut this was not enough for Statesman Jonson. Hortiid: "1 have heard that, in the be ginning, man was created, ami that that creation there was found n ne-- ! cessity for another." It Hill lifobrterw.l that he is ca.cfnl ...ouh to siy that I,.. i had heard tliw m.l m.i il..t l I.,.. it. and therein coihhM ,i, wi,. doubts might hav been enti rttiin'ed as to whether he was familisr with the! af-t- er LAUREL COUNTY. ST 5 4 NO. 103 :BTB'lTM'.B.j ,m m 5lLj;B.LBiliHJ.JLlBK.'J &JT j?-- -r x" X 'lirl f WM fr In-dn- 'm& fTi.33 v tmL. M unocnQ LAMEN& X llWHWfcUl Ointment.! i .., r UUINN'S mmm-- I .. I w Ueh-gat- .Fsa X "j--- $ n debt-ion- s Vv JLs jtfk. n four-scor- piu-m-- f. fin-ra- id vor KIN -- nt Il-fo- rm - ' coiu-n.in.li- d 3SJlWASi!EJ w-- f at d - ordi-"bve- d ' ' W B. bit-speci- al " attention given to repairing , ' - -- Fine and Staple Groceries, -- ' n rtil '' j ' - T&JRjTIIS & HAKDHT. Oi m 'T ,1- -, h-- t. prayer-meetin- g M T - W ccr-tai- ' - CORES NTO!IS BPJT PILES. THE RILEY Farm Por Salo. ii j gen-Mond- NEWCOMB well-kr.o- HOTEL T'. VSv. 1 1:1,-2- S3-- wm mm mi, I court-hous- o kind-hearte- J 96-i- yr II. FARMER, ARTIST, Choice Farm ; life-lon- g home-stea- d, u 280 Al-ban- y, 11 o 0S& F"f mmm&jxm mmrnmm '' -- NS-t- .. "A well-bu- ilt 7 e J. T. SXTTT02T 1 sV v biu-nes- s XV 97-- 64. t v. fit--- J Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal TO OLD VIRGINIA. . NEWSY NOTES. t.c.W. Sends a Pleasant Account of His L I 4 i n I1 i f.t. IticiiMoxn, V.., Feb. 21. On each of tin. Stanpoiu). Ky . FEnncvBY 24 189 the half dozen or more The House passed the bill to in triin 1 have made crease salaries of U. S. district judges to to this place, I have endeavored iu my own peculiarly feeble way to jot down n $5,000 a year. V. P. James Campbell, L. & N. station few notes incid4,nt to my journey and let the I. J.'s readers know what I have agent at Brownsboro, was assassinated to week Tiik New York Post makes the state- seen nnd heard. Unfortunately for thu Saturday night. is tlie highest ment on wlint it claims Burglars got about $50 worth of above referred to I. J. readers, my jotautliority that Mr. Cleveland lias tings, nftor a scrutiny, were admitted to goods from S. L. Powers it Co.'s store at not to permit his a place on tho copy hook rather than the Somerset last week. name to go before the national conven- waste basket, and now, encouraged by The sleet storm in the Northwest tion for the presidency. More than ISO former liberality of the managing editor, is the most serious iu its etlects on teledays njro. it fays, he minoiuiced bis de- I find myself preparing another dose for graph wires since 1SS15. termination to bis intimate friends, who an unsuspecting but exceedingly clever The total western hog packing from to "used eveiy arminient to Induce him to public. Nov. to date is T.UI.'i.OOO, an increase of his mind, without avail. Ho win change I left Stanford at noon Wednesday 1,120,000 hogs on last year. ilxed and unalterable, and while he with several brothers of tho great and The Mississippi river is on a tear his friends that he felt as keen an growing order of Knights of Pythias for and the lowlands are submerged, causinterest in the success of the democratic Lexington, where the 2,3th anniversary ing great inlury and su tiering. pittty us ever before and would respond of that order was celebrated with much The captain and 17 sailors lost their to any reawnabte call upon him in fu- pomp and ceremonv. The entire pro- - 1 ves in the wreck of the ship Klizabeth, Of Goods, Shoes, Oil Cloths, ture, he emphasized that it must be as a grannno was a delightful one ami fitting- north of San Francisco harbor. be private in the ranks and not as a candi ly wound up with a banquet that "laid bi: A tenement house iu Brooklyn, in House date. The rank and tile of the democra- over" anything of the kind I hail seen which 200 people lived, biirne d and been, cy everywhere will hope there is some for years and which I am told "laid out'' seven of them lost their'lives. to Oest mistake about this. Mr. Cleveland luis more than one jolly, good member. It to. sent the Ohio up More rains have to ij too strong ahold on the people for them was a grand banquet ami Roman punch again nnd 58 feet is expected at Cincinto permit him to stay in retirement. followed eloquent toasts and vice versa, nati. Great Millering prevails along the P. S. Mr Cleveland emphatically de- till the thought of the toasts were coin river. nies that he has said anything about the pletely washed away with the delightful gallons of nitroglycert presidency and pronounces the publica- but deceptive beverage. ine exploded at Findlay, O., and shook No tion a newspaper sensation. When told Tho K. of P's. having handed the city the country for 40 miles around. that the information had been receivtd back to the mayor and councilmen and one was killed. Goods, Good Goods Whitney he said everything having resumed its natural through In a buttle at Tokar, Saturday, b. 7 Oc; 40-inc- h (Inn,! whole quiet, determined to seek a gayer place tween the Kgvptian forces and the rebwool The he did not believe it. f G'Oc. Calicoes, gotten up for and took thing seems to have been els mult r O.smati Digna, the latter were the first train out for Cat let s the purpose of injuring Mr. Cleveland's the "high water" there being the repulsed with a loss of over 700. 7 c. for the nomination, but it died attraction. accomprospects Salt Lake City reports as an An immense prevaricator u' horning. had wired the various dailies that that paniment of a snow storm a fall of salt, which covered the earth a fourth of an I.ngali.9 has resigned the temporary city wits gradually being washed away, and having a iriend or so there, I deter- inch deep after the snow melted. presidency of the Senate, which body he Judge Scott rendered a decision iu mined to offer a helping band. The resays is "the mo.t dignified, the most port was of course a canard and notwith- the Common Pleas Court at Winchcotvr. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, important and the most inlluential leg standing A. the water was high, no d.image sustaining the attachments against the islative assembly in the world." As Mr. friend-)estate of Hume Clay. They aggregate I found, had been done. My Ingalls has been discharged after March purpose of had a most excellent shelter, too, and $75,000 1, the resignation is for the If Mr. Watterson sent that letter in were as snugly situated as they could i permitting the election of gome one else wish. sff his own handwriting to Governor Hill, to preside over the great body in the Catlettsburg is a river town and is un all is explained. The governor got it, absence of Mr. Morton. Whatever may doubtedlva good one. The amount of but didn't know what it was. Memphis ' "V T T ZI'y:.u.ol Use. due the State of Ktn.uaj VSi, ' " Vj W"be said of Ingalls it can not be chargi-anJ l.ituuln county, or ofle ol my ilrulir, will, business done is surprising and the gen- Commercial. that he ever used his position as presid- eral appearance shows a decided spirit blAM'ORI), KY ten. Jos. K. Johnston was a pall- mi ing ollicer to throttle the minority. He of progressiveness. She has a number bearer at Gen. Sherman's funeral. The MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1891, always fair and took no advantage of wholesale stores and besides other two men were great friends, notwithIktuceit (he houri of 10, A. M , arnl j, M.. to carry u point. other so improvements has a splendid electric standing they fought hu-Ii iloor in Stanford, toll Ki tke the f light plant. I was very much taken fiercely 25 vears or more ago. in hand, thy Mt.ilg hishett bidder, for As will be seen by the ollieial action Akron's largest paper bag factory Uh!, or Mimuch thereof aa may be necctwry convention with the place and my stay was made published in this paper, the Mtify the amtHiMt o( uca dut We are closing out our stock of Gibbs" Imperial, Iron Ileam, Chamto nominate candidates for State officers doubly pleasant by the kind attention of burned and the Knterprise factory buildSTANFORD I'KKCINCT, Fletch Maruuin, an old newspaper ing went also. Total loss $140,000. In pion ant! Oliver Steel and Combination Plows AT COST. will be held May IS, delegates to which J. When wc Vwirj. Aere Name. Ta. say cost, we mean cost. aro to bo chos- n in all the counties at inui, and his pretty sister, Mi.-- s the latter building Miss Nettie Cruse, Ill.cr, Hugh a 85 lt9... 4 They were both untiring in forewoman, was fatally burned. s at 2 r. m May 2. All Maud. their ... 7 J llailey, Thotttat 40 We have taken the agency for the Vulcan" Chilled Plow, the comGen. Barrundia's widow has filed Craik', Hem in the their efforts to make my htay pleas.. 1 6 the candidates, including those i I.at Plow, and these must Ko to make room for them. ... 2 1$ ing to a con. con., are saiil to he pleased with ant and that they did so, goes without, papers in a suit againstthe United States Cur, Harriet saying. 'Jj ami jo... hus- (entry, (.re, town Ut Choice lot ol homegrown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Crass for $1,000,000 for the killing of her J the date. The latter have the advantage and " Having a desire to visit the scenes of band by the agents of the Guatemalan Gentry. liml. J to f... .. ) of the others. They can travel on Mm ir Oats. (Slveni AnlIioy, heira" 'S$anJ if... my childhood, I boarded the Fast Fly- government on board tho steamer JS "' free railroad passes and draw their per ing Virginian Given, Top il...., .. J Ml Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. at a late hour nnd in a q ainlyo... " fences in Hill. Wtalt diem while working on their few moments was comfortably stretched Full stock of Hardware and (iroci'ries. 4 'M( If ami?". 1 The Irwin Stove and Tin Company's Hamticr. Jamra various parts oi the State on a "Pullmau tower berth." This F. storo on Main street. Louisville, burned Hantfurd, Mary, hr. It 'SI, 89 and 90. .t, ; .. 10 McPherMHi, JoJm A l SINK W. H. NewTiikv had a h. o. t. in the House again F. V. train is one of the finest on earth causing a loss of $:J0,(XX). 'M, 8$ and 90 .... Mofilcomvry, Alex 7 J N Mt.Ni.FEE is vestihuled from one end to tile man Saturday. An attntupt was made to fal and Co., grocers, adjoining, suffered Middleton, George '68, 8$ad fa..... it t Is other. It carries a couple of Pullman $.0,000 damages, montly covered by in- Koe, llettie .. flify the journal nnd to prevent it the 15 ti '&t, tb, S9.9 sleepers, a chair car, a buffet car and surance. .. a '&, U, S9, 90 Rout, Kriy democrats endeavored to break the .. a as Terry, John M. Reed counted them all the same several passenger coaches and is eleThe New Haven express ran into a 'hitly. Jaiw $, S9, 90... .. 75 The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. and appeals for correction caused the gance itself in every department. Light- shop train in a tunnel near New York Warrtd, Martah '8jaiid.. .. i ed by electricity, it can be made as light row. Several hours were spent in engine crushed into the and another WALNUT n.AT LUMIflUt, SASH, was deserted by as day and really it reminds one more of wreck. when Many people were wounded 9a palace on wheels than a railroad train. and five or more killed. The cars caught Lackey, Bn J 'h. his own men for his proven duplicity HOOKS, CKILING. 'S Knd, Tho. jo 9 Ij to one and the democrats carried their It runs about 4" miles per hour and the fire and most of them burned. and y KichardtoR, Hen, hr IILINOS, ij 95 '9 SIDING. trip from Lexington to Richmond, which Hansborough, point by forcinu an adjournment. the new United KIcbardvHi, Hen, Jr. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. 1 used to look at as tiresome and long, iS 'K, j and 90 is States Senator from North Dakota, was a anil AihUtioii, jy Fostkh, of Ohio, better known now transformed to a delightfully pleas tramp printer 12 years ago. That is not CRA ORCHARD. TD aa "Calico Charley," has been named by ant one and not near long enough to tire necessarily to his discredit. But the sad Adam, KHrabeth S, S9 and 99.... 7 60 "Kid Glove" Ben to fill the important oi the traveler in the least. iSS We carry a full stock of everything found in a thing about him was that he set type so llroun, J M. I So 40 I saw nothing of consequence on the fice of Secretary of the treasury, made va1867 Heck, Wm. jo 3' slovenly that he had to tramp. 7 7 cant by the death of Mr. Windom. Foster journey for at this season of the year the J Miss Phoebe Coates, ot Cleveland, AndcrtoM.J I.. 7 00 'St ta 90 lift is hardly equal to theoccasinn, but Benja- mountain country along the line of tho who is accused by the wife of Win. Grillin, David, Sr. j 00 'H &7 J hxaminc our designs and specifications before letting your contract min wants Ohio's vote for the nomiu.i C. it 0. presents a dull and uninterest- Brownell of causing her separation from Ilaggani, Allen . M HaKKand, W. 75 lM for building. tion to succeed himself and "Calico" is ing scene. The absence of foliage causes her husband, was visited by the jealous NoaU, Klualjeth 'St km SINK & 1MKNKFKK, Stanford, Ky. 6t 74 somewhat of a boss iu the Buckeye the country to look exceedingly bare ana wife, who threw the contents of a bottle Rowland Alfred 7 194 l(.) 30 01 7$ desolate ami a person necessarily has to of vitrol in her face. She was frightful- Rogeri, John, Sr. 1M1 Tt9 .. J y State. Stcwurt, Kluatntli, l( 'K to a 5 seek other than to amuse ly burned. a 00 Woodi, Mary 'SandW s Ok the 43,23:5 convicts serving sen-. 95 A Vermont man kept violating the llrocl, Jettc only lo.Tlo are na- himself. m. tences in the U. S., At 2 i'. Friday the F. F. V. pulled local O. I lot 'I9 and (f 9 70 option law by selling liquor to col- Farm, EWin hn. The rest are about evenly into the capital of the tive whites. S 4l old Confederacy, lege students until finally, when the au- Hode, divided between the foreign horn ele- and again I stood on the grand Norkykc, ilri. M. lot 'U ta 99 9 So old State ' and yt thorities proceeded iu tho matter, they Wren, Nathan j 93 ment and the colored population. The tint gave me birth. It is a sweet pleas- had 715 cases against him. He got 0J increase of convicta siuce the last census ure to visit the home of COLOR K I). youth and it years in jail and will probably not sell llricht, to 94. 3 7J ba8 been only Hi to the million, showing matters not how long a time has elapse', 'W to 90 ........ 3 6$ let Hurnudc, Sim liquor for some days to come. world is not getting worse very nor liow forgetlul one that the has been of the lot Guest, (irtvn John L. Sullivan cussed a waiter at Jones, Green fast, in spite of the oft repeated asser- happenings during his '$6 and . I je childhood, a refor not getting n Kice, Andy tion. Sj and o.,.... I jj turn to tho land of his nativity will Richmond, Va., hotel a '90 .,..,. 3 ( sufficiently fast move on himself when TucLer, Win. Tiik clerks at Washington aro having bring to memory a thousand thoughts something, when the waiter he ordered WAYNKSBURO. a picnic at public expense. In addition that will cause him toptuso awhile and 9 and yi, 9 "5 threw a cup of hot coffee on the pugilist FIenchuaui;h, Henry 1S0 to the numorous holidays for which they think over the happy Mays spent, when .v to 'od 10 75 37 and took to his heels. Sullivan pursued Horton, Geo. W. '$.) and i 1 Co fa draw pay. tho departments aro closed innocence had the place now claimed by him to the top of the house, but finally Martin, W C. a 90 '87 to 11. Polly John 11. 43 every time a real or imaginary great s.id experience. Whether the first years gave up the race and took his anger out Rlduer, Wm. .. 4 0 AGh.rtl,.1'0R THK CKLKHRATKD '89 and 90 too STl'DEHAKKR WAGON dies, and so far this month they 'oi one slue are the happiest or not, will man Hum, D F 1890 ji t 40 in cursing. and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new have bad six holidays. A great deal of always nmain a question, but it matters 6 50 'ii) and r stock 40 Tho Trades Union of Chicago, not Williams, Hunt. and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, 6 8 foolishness is indulged iu as an alleged not, and so long us wo aro pleased with Williams, Susan 147 '3 to 91 which is decision of the World's Young, Clark, conceded the best one made. '89 and 90 10 the present and find pleasure in looking satisfied with the 3 60 mark of respect. back at the past, wo deem life worth the Fair management not to employ alion HUSTON VI LI.E. In discussing the divorce question the living and the majority of us are more labor, now demand direct recognition of Atwood, Geo., 8 3J town lot 'S3 t 90 eight-hou- r day. Grillin, General, '87 to 90 members of tho con. con. quoted Scrip than willing to suffer out our three score the unions and of tho 9 JO 30 Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. 88 to t 60 5 j5 It will bo well enongh for the committee Haley, David. ture about as fluently as tho devil did years and ten. 189. j 3 00 I can furnsh you almost anything you these people in tho start. Oldham, Mrs Rebecca on one occasion. It seems to be the need in the H.udware or Gro- Coming from the C & 0. depot the to set down on '86 to ai Cloyd, Kdith 10 j 75 es:... ... "" eery line. Agent for llrodhead Tobacco. 'SS to 90 propensity u. uuuic j.cu,.iu m ...II. .....!.improvements that Richmond has been The fair is not to bo held for their Cooper, Jim, town lot 3 35 &)ndga Giveni, Al about that of which they know the crc.(jteil with are not apparent. In fact pecial benefit. 4 3 45 a 85 '89 and ,uaHt Gen. Wolseley, who long ago said Lewis, Samuel, hn S the town is growing westward and as my '&) und go 3 35 that Gen. R. K. Leo was the greatest .MtCormaik, Green, lot '89 and yo 3 40 5 The Kansas Route reconsidered its journey was through the eabtern portion general that our civil war turned out, Raid, Aaron '86 to Vinson, Frank 7 45 nm "ot prepared to say what hit-action defeating the woman sull'iago bill remarked on being told of the death of TURNEUSV1LLK. and passed it, to its dibcredil be it said. tone oiil uiclunoniJ is doing for herself. Gen. Sherman that he could without Adams, Mrs Susan Tho bill carries with it the right to nold However, as soon aa tho rain, which has next in rank '4 IS fallen in torrents since my arrival, holds prejudice "place Sherman Ill thin opin & C F. Slade, 2 lata McKlnney '8g office and perform any other function iu of military power to we dy&yu Alcorn, II., G. & I, S 7 7" heretofore only accorded to up a little, I will investigate matters and ion I am siipportcclby tho nblest Ktiro- nri).ht Richard '88 to 90.. their power, 7S5 further punish the countless thousands pean comiiiiiuuuio. 'IS to iJ. a 90 Ilrighl, John a . men. 6 Cobb l.uuiaa . 05 who peruse the "cheapest and best," 90.. The House Coinat-- Coininitti'o 89 The 52d Congrefas has but 7 working with a.description of the changes 90.. 45 'J voto of S to t, to report the Floyd Jim liv a that ... i i '85 to 90 Cloyd, Joe 10 10 let uaya ieit anui.i ,mvo ,K,en wroll,,lt jn the couple of years Sennte Vn-- Coinage Rill with a uie.v t..mu. Hu iuuu,u-K,j2 5 50 7 to 90 that it do not pass. Two Gnoch, Cam The country will breathe easier wnen 8inco T wn8 iR.ru. ' 8 60 1090 worn proposed, the firHt for Got ch, Davidton 35 ' the stroke of 12, March 4th, bounds its Iain most comfortably situated, the compromises of the American product, Walch, Jim to: for 3 76 9 fret- coinajio 'SI toot, death knell. lot 70 of $10,000,-00- 0 Welch, Kerry Knest of an only sister, who is literally and the second for purchases 8 (a '87 to 90 Morrison, Z. hrs 4 '"CaatorlaUso well adapted to children Uiat of silver for threo months and Caatnrla ctircfl Colic, CoMtlpAttnn, WnEXaileiiiuur.it id elected to Con- putting tho "big pot in the little one" HIGHLAND. I recommend Itoa superior to any prescription Bour Stomach, Dlarrban. Eructation, month thereafter, hut both Ilritti-in- , each for my delectation and I can easily see 8S Kills Worum, gives nlfep, and promoted dl. 5 John 00 gress in Rhode Island, us Pane was Satknown to me." II. A. Arciicr, M. D., were defeated. petition, '8S 10 90 ., 9 ao Ilaush, Geo. W. 5 HI 80. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N, Y, urday by 0,000 majority, thinKS indeed that if my &tay hero is not an extremely Without Injurious medication. '83 1090 Ilaugh, E. hrs 140 S8s pleasant one, it will be no fault of hers. changed since Bety died. Ashland Park Farm. have 88 Tuc Cektiur Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. Harris, Margaret S as Mr II. J. Treacy, ol Lexington, says: "A as to However, this parading of personal nnd 87 1 6a the merits of Quinn'a Ointment, I regard Itsatis- a Sackenheim, Jos. 60 Theltrouble (between tho L. & Jf. family ad'ahs is not tho "proper caper," very uselul medicine; has given very great 89 & 90 McMullcn, Jas. 4 60 For Curbs, Splints, Spavins, WIndpuffs and its telegraphers has been settled. nnd consequently I desist. T.D. NKWLAND, S. L. C. E. 0. W.' faction." or any bunches it Is invaluable. '"I1'. j Seventy men and lioyn lostthe.r lives in a colliery explosion in Nova Sco- - THE PEOPLE Are invited OP STANFORD AND VICINITY WALTON. visit this the immense establishment of The Louisville Store At Stun ford inspect a most gorgeous and 1 -- MAGNIFICENT -- EXHIBITION Dry Clothing, fats, Carpels, Carpets, Trunks W, which in style, beauty and variety can not matched any other in this citi. 0'ir phcnominal success has achieved through our cnons awe tie values for the least moncij, and this is still Itemember, 'you wish Forty-eigh- Trade with us -- g, Specialties in Dry Dress and While Plaid Jaconets at oc per yard, worth all Dress worth All including Blue Siinpson Manchester and all other best Prints at 5 cents nrr unrd ' worth Take advantage of this sale. Jt willnauuou l-2- THE LOUISVILLE STORE . ritKANSKY, Proprietor. , Sheriffs' Sale for Taxes! 1 ft rvv 17 T-- .i- - - j '' Psfr 'j niv '" ""T " " s 1 he-fo- -s- onrt-liout- e ch I IftXc",r2S aforea-aid- , - court-house- 'tj,t,,v... 4 Aca-pulc- o. Jl 1 4 (juo-tun- i. I 4 ';, Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES. FLOORING. S K-- ed ". - 9- - 4 Ex-Go- v. WOVEN WIRE SIT FETCTL 1 FIRST- CX&SS LUMBER YARD. I 4 sight-seekin- g '- 1 J. B, FOSTEH, 1 Fia-ici- t 1 I 1 , STAPLE iOTO FANW GROCERIES, !. ' j ' '' 1 - 1 . o de-ciili- 1 1 . recoin-menilntio- n 1 A-- - Infants and Children 1 I 1 f 'wnwmrAWWa m. Sis Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal ICy.,.Fkiihuarv 21, 1891 Oats, clover nnd timothy seed at J. B. I'oster'B. Stani-oud- , Sunday was n lovely day and yesterday wns not very far behind. Tiik Jury in Kb Gooden's case on trial at I'iueville was hiinir. at last A B.O.WAI.TON, bum, MEANS Manaor Call BUSINESS. lnu ami rrudy. A. K., Penny. POINTS. nn from Mr. and Mrs. Percy W. Rochester announces tho birth on tho l.ttli of Ainiee Letitia Rochester. Yoi'H account in I r and Huttlu and obliu el at Stanford, Lancaster or anywhere in the neighborhood. I also have a lot of brick to sell. A will furnish lime at Fred 'Jo" cents a bush- PERSONAL Kruep-r- . Mtw. Stkki.k Hailky Iiiih been very ill of (uvir. Mit. A. II. Skvuiianck went to Louih-vill- i' 1'riilay. cau on freight I'l, Capt. Kca.ley conductor, and ICnineer Hummelstone, broke down on Itruiumett Hill Saturday and delayed all trains seveial hours. m Mil. ani Miw. K. l Sro.vi: are visiting Tiik inspection of watches on this difrientlH at Itrodhead. vision will be iven aK'aiii to Mr. A. R. Mitts I.kk Hkai.i:v," of (inrrard, in I'enny, who originally had it. Mr. Rob- visiting M ii. MrH. .1. V. IlHinm-y- . F- - wktt r Thi: through train over the K. C, between Cincinnati, Middlcuhoro, Jellico Mn. M. C. W'ii.i.iamm, of Mt. Vernon, and Cumberland (iap, which was put on paid Stanford a biiHinexH visit Friday. tho Kith, leaves Cincinnati daily at 8:10 1))(. It. C. Moikias Iiiih none to a. ji., arriving at LiviujMon at 3:05. r. a week at liiti profetixion in Lniu'iiiter. Miw. John W. Koit, who lint been m., M iddlc shorn at 7:25 and Jellico at down with malarial fever, in imuli bet ':'.'(). ReturuinjL! leaves Middlesboro at II 55 a. m., nnd arrivon at Cincinnati tor. at Miw. J. II. HrTciitN'K, of Crnli Or- 5.50 p. m. II. cbard, upent )at week with Mr. Tiik decision of the court of appeals Murphy. niikint! county judges reoponsible to Miitvlw. !. 1. Hoiiiiitt, J. C. Kin,' and W. II. ParooPB, of tliu Hunt Kml, were in wards if they do not make an annual into the solvency of the guardians' town last ewiiiini. goo I etlect. V. II. IlKiuiNH and II. J. Me securities, is producing Miiw. Judge Vanion has not Hcd every guanli-tiHubert went over to Midway yesterday in the county to appear before him to Bee . A. M. Moduli and family. Mini give incrcaswl secifrity, if that they ..Mkh, Hi.ttik (iooi)K, of Hiiflonville, Lincoln county, in visiting her dnuchtri, have is not sullicieut. Mrs. Ik'llw Jonert. lx'.xinitoii l'resn. Midilmoko has had another failure. Mantkiwo.n I'kvto.v, l'i-- , of the noted J. Kirhy Smith, the largest hardware law firm of Inerioll i: IVvton, Knox-vill- and stove dealer, has been forced to asits here on a abort biihinctsH visit. sign. The News says Judge Iloyd fined Mil, C. !'. iSn'KTKVANr, of Knoxville, a number of Middleshoro' men $".0 and ia here for the ptii'Hme of examining the costs for failing to answer a summons to (round and putting ini bid for the serve on a jury at I'iueville. An etlort ter workH. was made to increase the city tax from I.kttkhh received from Mr, tieorne ?1 on the?llK), but the council decided 0. Harm-.-"- , dated I'eb. 1, Fonen, Scotland, to let it remain at that figure. report her health much improved. Ixmit-villTiik alarm of th tire bell at 11:15 Times. Mil It. (i. r.v.viN'm)N, of Midd'exho-rj- , yesterday drew nearly all of the town to Mauksville, but it was too late to do any wiih elected mjcoii.I good. Reeky Lee's residei.ee and all of of the Y. M. C. A. at the State meet-iiiher furniture, save a bed and her trunk, at Tint Columbia Spectator cays that was burned and the wonder is that the Hon. K. C. Warren made a very favor.. adjacent buildings hadn't followed suit. hie imprihfion in Adair and will hvu a The liotiMi belonged to Andy Wallace, a liirj-colored man at Indianapolis, and was following in that county. worth perhaps $""A). Mil. T. IC. Walton writen from Allan-tpeople there that the Lincoln county In remitting for his M..miiksti:u. seem to be thriving. Sam lackey in in paper, our good democratic friend, W. a brokcr'n bank and 'loin-- well. C. I'itmau, sends us these items from Hon. U. II. Tomlincon, of (inrrnnl, Clay: Robinson, for killing K!inlia who made micIi a jjood reprcHentative Young, a man, was held by n announced In the last leittlalure, the court yesterday in j 1,000 bond, and will as a candidate for A petilikelv have no opposition in liisown par- which he has not filled as yet. tion was being circulated yesterday to ty Hon (J. Ii. (iilhkiit, of Shelby, was pardon Tom Howard, who was convicthern Sunday en route to btnmster, ed to the penitentiary court before last where he tpoke yeHterday in the inter- for tho murder of his nephew over some cut of his candidHcy for attorney nenend. hinds. The Land Co., promises to reHe wit man of much ability and is mak- sume work in this county in a few da vs. ing the race to win. Ilia father was Tiik city council, very wisely we think, Iwrn and rained in this county and it wns (.iilherl'a Creek iccoi'sidcred its action submitting the from ins forefathers that question of subscribing to build iot ita iinuie. He also lives in our water works and decided to call an elec district, pvini; him tvvocIaiuiH tiou for March 1, to take the sense of ujKin u. the people of tho town o i sulwcribing an CITY AND VICINITY. amount not to exceed SIO.OOO for the Fon hocietv and eniblem pitm ro to W. purpose, the rest of the amount necessa' " ry having been guaranteed by responsi"it. ble persons. We hope and believe the Mv jiriHU Hiiitinus are arrivinj,'. Call proposition will carry. It was too big a and tee them. H. C. Rupley. thing for the town to put $'.'0,01)0 in uny Housi: and lot on Umcjifter Htreet for one item, besides the enterprise will be much better managed by a board of di hale. Apply to J. A. Carpenter. rectors having a pecuniary interest in Fiity iio.ks bandkerehiefsjiiHt receiv its success. Under the act all the fines ed. Frice It cunU to $3. Severance & and forfeitures ami half of all the license Son. tax ate to go to a sinking fund to pay a the bonds at their maturity 30 years Lick, directorsof the ICnob and TuriiiTHVille hence. We can by the new proposition Church turnpike will let lJ.'K) yarda of road to got tho water works without increasing the lowest and I writ bidder at McCor taxation and if tho question is decided in the allirmative have them in operainack'H church, March 7th. tion by August 1. Walkku IIamiton millero-- a painful To Hang. Mr. L. M. Lasley received He wan pecpinjj Jieuident yesterday. down the pipe of n Hteam unerator tho following dispatch from Live Oak, when it blew out a lot of hot water into Fin., Saturday: "Verdict murder in tho bin face, Hcaldini: him badly and nearly first degree. Garner attoues for your brother's blood by hanging. II. R. " putting out one eye. . .. It will by romembcre that last IIuititAit for us! The water works are November Garner killed Mr. Tom will follow and in pinht, electric formerly of this county, in a most the street car lino to Rowlaud will bo dastardly manner. Garner was a very opened. Stanford ia awakiiiK from her desperate character and when Mr. LisRip Van Winkle nap and is jjoinK :o ley was police judge of Rranford, ho had taku her proper position in the march turn put in jail for some of lus reprehencit- sible acts. of proKreKs. Kvery He swore vengcauco against izen will vote for the water works. Keep tho judge, but he made no attempt to the nrk carry out his threats until the night of Mr. tho tragedy, several months afterwards. TniKVEfl entered the John ltluin Saturday nijht and t;ot ofl In tho meantime, Mr. Lasley was taken can of lard. Thoy had sick with a lingering fever and was con with a prepared to carry oil" numerous other fined for a long time. Still quite weak, awakened ami he managed to walk to his store the rs Rla' tliiitK"! uut raised nn alarm, which friuhtened them night ho was killed, when ho found on oh. Wo hope to record at an early day entering that Garner and another man tho sudden and violent death of somo of were there. "Ini waiting for you," said Gamor. Lasley asked him what he these midninht marauders. wanted and ho replied: "You had me Mr. Frank Harris, tho put in jail and by God you In Li'tic. shall die." pleasant gentleman and popular and ef- Attempting to walk by him Lasley said, ficient innster of trains on the Knoxville "I won't have any more trouble with division of the L. it N., received from his yon," when Garner with an oath shot friends on tho Henderson division tho him down anil continued to shoot into other day u beautiful Knifhis Tomplar his prostrate body until lifo was extinct. charm studded with diamonds and a Lasley was very popular in his now handsome set of ltlth century chairs and homo nnd Garner barely escaped lynch card Ublo, ns a token of tho hi(,'h esteem ing. Tho trial was called last wook nnd in which thoy hold him. Mr. Harris is the above facta being proven, tho jury ono of tho most popular officials on tho was butn fow minutes in bringing in n llin railroad men and t c v l.niti yerdict of death, which wo hope will bo with tho "peoplo, and deserves these J executed at tho earliest moment. of esteem. splendid tokens visiting lilx old uIiiiiiih here. n Kt-ve, o o Jok I. lluiTo.v, of Lexington, h ert Fen.ol has the position at present. o m m ; one-arme- d 1 - - m 'n l m Black-well.- 1 Ijvs-le- - public-spirite- d meat-hoiiHO- il ' purses and pocket books and tho newest and friends Tho seventh commandand most stylish designs in fine station- ment is a mighty good ono to follow. ery. W. B. McRobertfl. Cash writes to his attorney here, Mr. 0 9 J. S.Owsley, Jr., that his trial was set Shot. Henry Logan, who belongs to for Saturday st, but we have not henrd n family of very mean negroes, shot how it resulted. Ho had employed Charley Greenleaf in the right thigh, at lawyer Russell, the leading attorney, to a ball at Green Gill's, Saturday night, defend him. breaking the bone. He wns lodged in Two deaf mutes at Danville took an jail next day to await the result of the excursion to Junction City Sunday and injury. Ono of Logan's brothers died in the penitentiary from a pistol shot returned on the fast train that does not wound indicted by Mrs. I'ete Cain when Btop at Danville, but that did not prehe tried to break into her house. An- vent them from getting oil". Tho train was running 40 miles an hour when they other of his brothers staid in jail a long jumped. Win. Dudley was seriously time under a charge of rape and Henry hurt, but Baxter Young escaped with himself is not having his first experislight bruises. ence behind tho bars. A.nhwkiw to the Bright puzzle contin5,117. Stanford is one town that is ue to come in by every mail. The numnot going to kick because her population ber is now up in the 00s. Here ia the was not fully enumerated. Tho figures list since last report: show that she is the largest town in all Owens Miller, Stanford. thissection. 1'nderdate of Feb. '.'0, the Mrs. Sam Owens, Stanford. superintendent of the census, Robert I'. Mrs. Harry A. Kvans, Alderson, W. Porter, sends us the following: "Refera. ring to your favor of the 17th inst., I beg Misses F.thel C. and Maggie M. Tray- leave to say that Stanford, Lincoln coun- lor, Gilberts Creek. ty, Ky., has a population of five thouMiss Katie II. Beazley, Stanford. Miss Kdna D. Powell, Huston ville. sand, one hundred and seventeen (5,1 17) according to the official count of the reMrs. Win. A. Hail, Rowland. Miss Rosa II. Harper, Hustonville. turns made under the 11th census." A. II Severance, Stanford. tragedy is the abTiik Lamest Warren, Stanford. sorbing topic now and as many erronious Mrs. Mattie C. Gibson, Stanford. statements are being published, we give M. O. Vandeveer, Jr., Rowland. a few facts. It was Mrs. Cash who origI. S. Philips, Rowland. inally sued for divorce. She was Mii-Arthur C. Hill, Stanford. Annie Drvo and married Cash, who was Miss Maud M. Pope, Lexington. a widower, when quite young. A numRev. George Hunt, Lexington. ber of children were born to them, Miss Naggie May Ilnghy, Shelby City. though it was said they never lived very J. C. King, Crab Orchard. happily together. She claimed that he James W. Ilulltnnn, Lexington. treated her badly from the first, and on Miss Khznbeth Wihnore, Kirksville. more than one occasion she left him Lizzie S. Thompson, Lancaster. and sought the parental roof, afterwards A. B. Austin, Mt. Salem. becoming reconciled and returning to Mis Lottie McLean Given?, MeKin-ney- . him. Miss Lizzie Porter, Stanford. In the summer of IfiMi, she enme to Miss Annie Dunn, Stanford. Stanford an sought Messrs. Welch and Mrs. MollieXunnelley, Stanford. Alcorn for the purpose of bringing a suit Miss Mattie Van Do veer. Stanford. for divorce and alimony against her John T. Livingston, Crab Oichard. inhusband. She was in a sorry plight Miss Lizzie S. Adams, Crab Orchard. deed, her eyes being blackened, her ears J. L. Dawson, Stanford. torn nearly oil' and abrasions and bruises Carpenter Stuart, Crab Orchard. appearing on all exMsed parts of her Mrs. C. II. Carter, Stanford. body. She claimed that Mr. Cash hnd Miss Drusa Ware, Springfield. beat-hcbecause some cucumbers were W. L. Dawson.Stanford. not properly attcndd to for pickling P. L. Simpson, Stanford. and Hiid he was in the habit of beating Mrs. Jane Roark, Hail. and otherwise cruelly mistreating her. Miss Annie M. Rhines, Peabody, Kas Col. Welch, recalling the poem "Betsy Miss Louise B. Park, Middleshoro. and I are out," advised her not to do Miss ain thing rash, but to get perfectly cool Tenn. Ida Howell, Cumberland Gap, taking such extreme action. before A. P. Brackett, Jr., McCormack's. "Wait a month," said he, "and then if Mrs. W. R. George, Piano, Texas. you are still determined I will bring Miss Nellie Painter, Brodhead. the suit." A month passed. She again George K. Painter, Brodhead. appeared and the suit wns brought, the Miss Annie M. Roberts, Gum Sulphur. grounds set forth being cruel and inhuA. M. Kgbert, Crab Orchard. man treatment and conduct such as to Mrs. Kiiiiiiii Newland, Wichita, Kns. S. T. Roberts, Kwell. show a settled aversion to her. Miss NellieS. McNeil, Pittsburg. When the papers were served on Mr. Mrs. Mollie B. Roberts, Maywood. Cash he began to fortify himself with Miss Virgii White. Preachersville. marriage proof of her infidelity to the vow and engaging Miller A Owsley, R II. Bronaiigh sold to Dr. G. W. Judge M. J. Durha.n and Robert Hard Bronaugh 4 cattle at S3.",, ing lie hnd them to file a cross petition, 11 same at $30, and 3 yearlings at J'.'O. setting forth that his wife had frequent The doctor tent them to his farm in Madison ronntv. ly and with divers men during the last live years, committed adultery and beNKW ADVERTISEMENTS. haved in so lewd and lascivious u manner as to prove her midline and unlit to be .the custodian of their children, whose Everything for lis Orchard, Lawn, Harden care ho asked and other proper relief. from This put a new aspect on tho case and Why not buy direct Vine the cruder, when you ruel irvef, I'Ijmj or on u ill ae inon when the two met and Mr. Cash con- cy ami net stock true to name We employ no agents, but sell direct to the planter Millions of fronted her with the proof, she broke mir rccs. I'lanti and Vines are bearinc everyKentucky and Jiulk'cd by their fruit. down and confessed all, implicating Mr. where in A Strawberry and general Xuwry Catalogue on Young and nearly a dozen others in hit application to n t. iiii.i.n. MliYKK, Lexington, Ky mi im disgrace. She then wrote to Judge Morrow, saying she wished to withdraw her suit and her attorneys very properly arose nnd asked that their names he AM) OriU'.lt I'KRSOXAITY. stricken from the record as counsil. I will sell at public at my residence on the Cash wns granted a divorce and then ho Middlehurj; piXc, i milo. from Hustotnillc, on engaged Mrs. Cash to take earn of the ' fcTfsr.rTli rQnr children, renting and furnishing a homo for her at TuriiernvilU1. My personalty, consisting in part ol His rext step wns to have tho men rocla-.- i Ktcven Morses, including 4 Drood Mares. who had wronged him indicted by the Horse phaeton do., t 3 j yr 4 ntiis grand jury, but failing, except in one Klescuand yrurlinj fill), aged Mules, Jack, Mules, 4 ve.irluii; Jenuvt, 4 good Mills Cow, 40 Hogs, 200 SHep ease, he instituted a number of suits for 200 to 400 barrels ol Corn, 30 stacks of Hay, damages, laying his claims at ?50,000. Farming Implrmeiits Kitchen Furniture. Ac. - All sums f $10 tinder, iah, oer Several of the defendants, thinking dis- Terms- atroiint, a credit of anddays on notes bear that 90 of valor and in ing interest and payable at tne ilustonsille nacretion tho better part tional ilinV. order to prevent further Bcandal, com- The Kami of aCo acres, ull in grass nnd to remain he promised witii his attorneys uuil paid so, vsill not rented to the highest bidder tho same day if rented privately before. MRS MAGGIE W. CAKI'EXTEK. from J500 to $1,000 each for tho dismis- loj Id sal of the suits. One only resisted and a suit is now pending against him in the Barren circuit court for SoO.OOO. For a Mrs Hannah Fair Ward wishts to sell het long time Cash went around armed with shot gun, pistols and n croaMug more or less terror among those Where the has been lept until recently. to good repair he suspected. The last time wo saw Dwelling and - it lOihim ho showed us a budget of letters to his wife from various men, including ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, tho victim of his anger, which were of Seventh and Market Streets, tho most compromising nature. "Somo folks aro down on mo now," said he, Louisvillo, - - - Kentucky, "but when tho truth is known, as I WILL OI'KN MONDAY, MAR. 1. intend that it shall bo by having these letters printed at the proper time, togeth- onHaving sold out our entire interest into the hotel, our old Jefferson street, we have moved fur years so successfully er with other facts, tho tide of public stand tint we on Market and Jilfersou streets are now fiitwj; it sentiment will turn and people will see up in cletcant shape, new throughout and the out Including ne of way be that I have been more sinned against lit sill in every Passenger elegant.llaggagf Klevaior. and Hale's Safety with all the late improvements We vnnt nil of than sinning. our old home. our old friends to c me mid see us On our fourth page wo give extracts We promise you that our rooms, table anil nervi e the land. My wife, Mrs from Dallas and other papers relative to shall bo second to none in to be remembered to all Jo II. Alexander, friends terrible allair and accounts of tho our lady ,V.am and she will be glad to see them tho a Ki.n.ls. ...... ...w n.l ... ,'. llSf and brutal manner in 4UUXIIS i... JO. II. .. r... .Illmil I'aM . J TSir """ ALEXANDKK.Manaserd 101 which Cash followed up his victim and slew him without a moment's warning. DR. I.. B. COOXC, Tho statement that Mr. Young was unAND SURGE )N, kind to his wife is not believed by those PHYSICIAN STANFORD, KY. who know him and wo hopo it is hut tho figment of tho imagination of nn unOllico McRoberts' Drue Store. Residence, friendly reporter. All the actors in the James overOwens' property at the junction ol IlusII. have found that tho way tonsille and Dautlllc pikes. terrible allair of the transgressor is hnrd and not only "l Air CM Fresh milk cows for sale, apply to brought scandal on themselves, but LU Y UJ W. II. Murphy, SUnfoiJ, Ky. m 1 J i'st received n lnrgn assortment of shame and mortification to their families -- FOR 15 DAYS- - 5 No- MY ENTIRE STOCK OF Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, tions, Etc., WILL GO AT COST. Now is your chance. IF-- - ROUT, Call and be convinced. Portman Block. SPRING GOODS. Our Spring Goods are now coming in and we . Cash-You- ng s Mi--- s I have received most of our Clothing, Hats, and Men's Furnishing Goods. You are invited to call. Stagg & McRoberts. r THE WIOLJLAIIIO) 9 - - LA I i: AI LX NDERS HOTEL,, THOROUGHLY REN0YATE1) AND IMPROVED. Hales $2.50 Per Iay. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Court-Hous- e Manager. tin?trrKr & JIImH- &0BT. FEN2EL, Watch Inspector L. & N., .. . two-year-o- ld Hips VATCBS, Dealer In CLOCKS UDJIWEUr, S"Repairing neatly and promptly done. All "Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. I fitfjr (ay i SALE OF STOCK atu-ticffr-iliW'-'- mmmrmmm4 Is Receiving His Give him a call. -- tri i FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. 1 1 ear-ol- d, 1 1 it WHAT HAVE TOTT GOT TO EAT?" Is a question asked the Grocer every day. Here is a partial list of .articles in that line to be found at A. A. WAKHElSrS "MODEL aROCEITC:" Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Deans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, Rolled Oats and Wlipat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Irigs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. FOB. SAliB. post-otli- double-barrele- d Projcrty at IIcKini:cy, store-house The Old Reliable Jeweler " J in the L?ad. j& H55 WSJT ssw A. R. ' f- Penny Ol" Has the largest and 111 MOST COMPLETE STOCK I .- cold-bloode- d .," S" " ) 2W't? 100-t- m I I in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s who can do anything in "Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is .sojic-itc- d A. R. PENNY and I guarantee satisfaction. P lgffaXSr. SaJ',yrT I 5 -; kNj-- - "Watclico and Jewelry ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. JZ "iw ii 7 Tha Pnofi.Vnnnn TrnnoHu A dispatch from Dallas, Texas, to tho St. Louis Globe- - Democrat gives tho folPubllshod Evory Tuesday and Friday lowing additional particulars of tho killing of K. T. Young by Clark Cash, after AT s'ating that it was one of tho most coldS3 PS?.!. YJCAK,iy ADVANCK blooded murders ever perpetrated in WWhen not so paid S2.0O will be charced." Texas: Tho tragedy took place in the presence LOCAL TIME CARD. K. G. of 500 persons on Main street, opposite Train leave Itosvland at 7:00 a. m., returning Mr. Young's place of business. That gentleman was standing on tho sidewalk 5'ML.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. stranwhen a middle-aged- , .......ta 30 pm ger stepped tip to him und remarked, Mail tram going ?orth " South ' 31pm Express train" South ti sqpm "Hello, Kd," at the same time placing a '.. .. North 311 am 6 y) a m pUtoj almost against his body. Two Acal Freight North 5 up m South. shots were fired in quick succession and The latter tram also carry passengers The above is calculated on standard time. Solar Young reeled and fell to the ground. The time it about so minutes faster murderer then throw the gun aside and 1V1SMSI drawing one of larger calibre, a 14 Smith & Wesson, he raised the head of tho dy ing man and sent another ball crushing throuuh tho skull, remarking: "D vou, you have ruined my wife and four fcROYAL '"M J H I Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna ! Tho Finest on Earth. The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton R K is he wanted to sell out and go elsewhero only line running I'ullman's Perfected Safety and had been negotiating for the sale of the Vestibtiled Trains, with Chair Parlor. Sleeping nnd Dining Car serine between Cincinnati, Inhis stable aud other property. dianapolis and Chicago and is the only line run. Public sentimont, which at first was ling Through Reclining Chtur Cars between Cln-- c III. nnali, Keokuk strongly against Cash, has changed and Cir Cincinnati tonnd Springfield, thennd Sleeping Mackinaw, and when the alleged facts became known Only Direct Lino Hetwren Cincinnati, Dayton Luna, Toledo, De the tide began to turn in his favor. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. SUKGKON DENTIST. Ollice Jon Main street, over W. II, McKoberls' Drug Store, Stanford. m Dr. A. S. PRICE, FARM FDR SALE. ik I well-dresse- d 1 11 children!" 4 i The Somerset Reporter says that I'lr.y HpuitiH a I3u. must be destroyed." II.li1Mr H. A. tier In '. ( Vlsiii :i. Ittrt .livra Tale A Cattle bought 20 head J. K L)nn, Stanlerd; He says he has powerful friends in tllousaml Jenin u. u i ic wi.iilil I, ,n befsi 20 head at 521. A. W. Carssetiler, MIIW,jesteJ th.iUBtit to be 'kh-s-.bv evil pini. She J. H. UREER, Proprietor. Kentucky, but does not care for the fu- - cattle at $20 and sold wis, I li.uvr.iK.H J. K. IsaughitHln, KuitiHiiille; Enterprise reports d'Zi sjli;eetbnckaens', )Hl:Ht cH nil ,.,..!wy io Tho iA'bunon ehs ne.s tureYounP tll l,enJ man wn8 about , J y. Cash, Staaford; I i.ustrii ..uiiii lieart itstni sales of 5 jacks at J700 to i?a00. Matting JP Uf , UlrUam CMch, Ssanftird, Ky. iu ill years 01 ukl-- huh r" "V ''gtV I"' Tlun III V ' ''Ol. MSA n ch i.i.j accommodations at reasonable rates. tho best families in Kentucky. He was ly i. Co. sold 500 slop cattle to a Chicago oek, he frmnntti S. It. Shanks, President. Open day and night. Sample room and good livery were bought at 21. ?' ft VT&1 "KuA,t J II. Owsley, Cashier in connection well to do, had an elegant home, and his firm at 5 centi.. They t. W. IIAKNK. W , IIAKKISON. W. M. llright, Teller ut s.K I unu s Ci.pt, X. 11. l.iloy, of Allensville. finely iiiustr.iliit I. M . I esiMet'.ti. Kv 1 l. A . Aihlan.l Kv wife was oue of tho most accomplished ls . More. Uo r .m . luji iUus ..... )! Ilauijhmsn (.cneral - Dru per f M. Leer, a well- It. ladies in tho city and connected by blood sold this week to J. of Eastern Kentucky, 10 ties with a number of tho most influen- known breeder Having leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer a resident of jack colUi six months old at an average my NEW STAHLK on Lancaster street for rent tial families. He has been It has ten large Boy. Stalls and is the very best pop- of place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for Dallas for three years, and The Elizabethtown News says Jop-li- n When Iltby wa dick, wo jjavo her OutorU. "Hl.fK tJItASrf UOl'TK." the coming season, A large cistern at the door ular with all classes. Public feeling runs Call on or address it Mercer bought of Sims it Mattingly Winn she ss as a Child, she cried for Coatoria. Tho Shortotit and Quickest Kouto from high against hisslayej. f A.T. NUNNELLKY, Stanford 17 mules for 52,400. inaking.100 that they Cuiitnil Kontuolcy to nil polntH North, corWhen nbe alio cltinjc to Ca.storla. The Dallas Daily ''Times-Heral- d KftBt, Wost unU aouth-Woahave bought this year at prices ranging Wlien she bod CliiHrcn, bho gave them Cos tori. Fast adroborates the above and gives these I.lnobetu-ouLoxltiKton nnd Cincinfrom $So to $oQ. A reporter usked ditional statements: nati. Anteeo, 2:li, by Electioneer, dam Cash when ho arrived in tho city. He SCIIKDULK IN KKKECTNOV 16, il,o. I am well prepared tu bore wells and will do the I had Columbine, was sold at the combination replied: "At 11 o'clock work in a jroud nianne aul promptly sale at Lexington to .S. A. ltrowne, of No. I. No. No 0 a photograph of Young's stable aud At One Dollar a Foot. Browne I saw Kalamazoo, for $"",000. F.t Sun Daily Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. Fs Sun knew my ground. This evening L. T. SMI III 34tt Lve Cincinnati ... 8 in a m' S 10 i in' o p m followed him. He tho stallion the same day to II. S. Utnhim enter a saloon. Lve Covington.... 8 18 am lot iin 1 X pm ry, of IM.iladidphia. for 500 000 and tho stepped outside, i foi. took a drink and I.ve ralmouth.. CtJ m, A Slue-Gra- ss For Salo. era i' a m o ta p in 3 5 P m a?1 flA BKtSv fitM OH season, making SOo.dOO in all 11 iS a in 10 71 Air l'aris lowed him and called, "Hello. Ed Young!" Arr u 10 p nun in p m, 6 jo p m wheat eiop is looking finely aud Tho Lve Paris .. ,. lie turned and faced me. Tho wrong I in many cases it is as far advanced ns it I offer or .ale privately the Henry Hester farm I ji 1 n jj am o 15 , m Arr Winchester., 10 p m eutlered at his hands maddened me. I is sometimes in .May. Tho stand is very of 6u acres, near.y all rich bottom land; n acres Arr Itichmond. . 7 so p at P m ii n ; in Arr Lancaiter... 5 10 ; m drew my gun and shot him. To maki heavy anil the fields are unusually lux- km in wheat the balance Arr Stanford m J4lp m The dwelling has six room and U in good re- CJ3 1 shot him with a larger gun." sure TUB CHEAT HOUSEHOLD ItEJIEDY FOR Lve Richmond .. a is p uriant. In BOino cases it has already iair. There is a ne harn, Kood v,ell, tine crih-- l Arr Herta fencing on the place. "You have been drinking hard, have commenced to joint. Should the worst ard and JO P in ..a i.,t(te t Arr l.iviuiilen .... 5 o p in you not?" ne-hlf 1'iTini cash; balance in u and 18 of the winter weather come in March, ssrVn irtthi IWessiOA to bui;iicii Feb. 1, ilui. No. j. "1 have kept up on stimulants for the as lnht year, much of it will bo ruined. The Mai.u ltiMnvr.it fills a long felt SALT RHEUM. ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, Apply lo me or my axeiit, W A Trihble, at p 1st three months. ForUie past three W. J. Moore bus had 84 lambs drop- Stanford, Ky. want with nwncrs nf Mules I.vt Livingston.. S 00 a m SORES, CROUP, Bn0NCHIT7s, &c. weeks I have not partaken of suilicient ped this season, the product of (Si ewes. Lve Herea ., 10 15 a in m. u with Wart., Kn.it, Bruin', Cuts, j. k. Arr Richmond. .. 11 5 a m PRICE SO CENTS. B)lid food to keep a canary alive. But It. P. Scobee sold to James .Smith, of -Strain's, Sprain.,, old Sui-s- , Baib Wire k! Lve Stanford 7 00 a in Senl thre etamns for free smrlo my work is done. Ho brought disgrace So Lve Lancaster ... Ijo Madison, :57 medium yearling mules at, JTIDQT MATIRMA! RAM! bos an.l book. Cut, tic. It makes no dii'oroncc Arr Richmond. 10 j a in on my children and they shall not bo tho $70. J. T. Stew sold a of cat- how Imig the knot ha been there, or Lve Richmond.... I 05 P tn 6 la am only ones to suffer." Arr Winchester. how hard it N, ,jf it is not of the tic at Cincinnati, which cost him .'! cents 54 P m OK STANFORD. KY a in Arr Paris in per hundred, and lost $:.30 per head. JJ l m 7 48 a ml Edwin T. Young was bone,) we will lake it on" on thi- "NO Lve LctiuKtnn ... a 00 p m 7 00 a in j 45 , m Dallas. He came here three years ago E. P. Faulconer boticht o0 head of thorLve Paris CURE, HO PAY" plan. a 43 P m 7 In removing SI a ni, 4 ji, p m Lve Falmouth. .. 4 11 p in 18 m 5 v p ra ad had made money in the livery busi- oughbred ewes', by imported bucks and Cajoital Stock the knot the hair onm. off, und tho Arr Covington. .. 5 so p in 9 044 a m o 17 P in ABSOLUTELY PURE,v Arr Cincinnati .. 5 jo p in IP 50 a m 6 4S p He was a tall, linely formed man, out of imported ewes, in Michigan, pav- Surplus ness. 16,500 place becomes very in when you for them. Harrodrtburg Deming SI, ? FOi. MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, in the prime of life, ami was looked up- ocrat. 000 On iheMaysville Hranch, Nog. leaves stopping it, the hair comes back its 7 SS. am and No. 11, at 5 AMD NURSERY PURPOSES. $fi on as a dangerous citizen when in his , p m, tvln" it original color, and not a truce of the Attention of the public is invited to the fact those of tho negoes, that this the only National Hank in Stanford. TAll-OIDanville. The trial leaves Maysvillcal 5 jo a in, arf.'vinic al Pan, a? knot is left. For plan of insurance, CO. "Chicago, .nil cups. Still hu, was popular with Under the piuvisions of the National ll.ink Act, 7 40, a No. 11 leaves Maysville at j who were not aware of the "skeleton in 1'omp Bates aud Ueoigo Ward, for the depositors are secured nnt only by the cupil.il jo etc., cull at tjie undersigned druggist's, '" The" ' Kor s.,ieliy A R.Penny and M. L. llourne, riyVxVejir's'iinday.'0 liability lur the stockholders of his private life. lie had a killing of Marshal Wells, of Junction stock, hut by to the stoik, o that depositors an the closet" and bring your animal with you. Stan foul amnuutequ.il of No runs dally from Lexinston to Cincinnati. of most accomplished wife and interesting. City, is set for next Thursday. Misses this institution are secured by n fund of $400,000 sj oftheconihtiQti l'or laleby V. II. Mc Roberts, dniRKisl, Stan- luiiain! leaves l.cunK.o.iioooaiii: arrives Paris Flic the bank nvrnrit w.,n.i... - are sworn statements family. The former comes from one of Jennie McKinney and Eliza Eliza Kenford, maile each year to the United States No. 8 leaves Cincinnati j 10 pm; arrives Falmouth and its assets are examined at stated titnoa 7 0spm: except Sunday. the best families in Kentucky and her nedy, of Hustonville, visited Miss Nan by government agents, thus fcecuriiiKaddititun.il aUihjW..VMJJsi.;it.4a.2iirfcVi-Ja5aa..o. 7 iisiscs raiinoutii 600a in; arrives Cincio ! among tho prom- nie Heid this week. Dy tho death of his ami pencil s.uety to ilepotuois relatives in this city aro niti? f jiii c...i... kJUHUsajT. rj. ct I'his institution, originally established as the ram Notes. -- No.., runs dally, except inent people. Young himself was high- first cousin, Mis. Sarah E. Roach, of eposit Hank of Stanford in i8s8. then letween Leainjton and Cincinnati. No Sundav ,, ru,.s' ueU the National Sunday only, making all local stop. No ly connected and well educated. Ho was Scott county, Mr. Charles P. Ball, of this againasreorganized asHank ol Stanford in 165 mid National Hank of the daily b'tweer Cincmn.t - .,l t 1" 1 run m. s.aillLlllll. t. unintera muu of violent passions, however, and city, falls heir to a good portion of a Stanford in iSHj, has had practically an supplied sv.uir and Fa mouth Accommo. rupted uxistemeof 11 years. Ills better wrecked his own life, if tho sad truth large estate, valued at $100,000 to $1L'5,. now with iHiihiies lor transacting Imiincsii prompt To euro iiiiot,sncit, Pic!; lluri't irl.p, r,nti- und ,n"" mubt be told. Ho drank heavily at 000. About $130 was subscribed here ly and liberally than ever before in Its leng fidu' honorable arcer Accounts of corporations, i.'. v 3r"VC " ! "eW nndralntotilh Accominoda. l3tioii, S.aiarl.i, LUcrl iiip'm-i"' Sl' ,,el'0'. n 4th belosv . tiku unis Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Geo. Wells, ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully times and was uncontrollable when John M.7 tho safo ami rciicij, looii,,,1! 6hemN?vNcn.c v w",ch"le, of liquor. A month or of Junction City, whose husband was der tho influence The Directory of this Hank is composed ol six weeks ago )ie doparted suddenly for recently killed there. Maishal Wells 1 I Foster, of Stanford; Forestus Keid, Lincoln county ; Q..".?i,,,,".fr"lH "' Central Unioa I'a.senier Hot Springs without deigning to say a had six small children and Ma widow is Ilayden, Stanford; " m.N0Mh,Et'and We'll COnn"tio" m S. II llaushnun, Lincoln; word to his family. It may not bo prop- left a house in Junction City on which or full particulars address any aBenl ol the M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; Co. Lyf&iSrftBi $.'500. Tho money raieed lr, S T Harris Lincoln: er to touch upon tho private life of a there is a lien of W. L MUNSON. Trav Pa.,. J. S. Hocker Stanford; man who is not hero to speak for him- is to pay oil' tho lien. Officer Tlios. Helm, thr .SIA7.T. SItp Ilcana to llio S. r. II. MORSE, Cen'l Act.. Cincinnati. G. A. Lackey, I.inuoln: PassVr Agi botllts TllLV AUG Till .MOST CIU.VKMl.Nr. T. I'. Hill, Stanford; self, but the truth is that, according to of this city, has tho subscription paper. fisitMlaUs ca- - itl J.c,iw H.H. HUNTINGTON, VIccPrls'tTd'c'l W. O. WhIcIi, Stanford ple of rKlier hlae, S.lp. jier I II. II. it D. A. Colyer shipped on Mon W. I'. Tate, Stanford. those in possession of tho facts, Young It.stile. Manager. OFFU'UKS: was cruel in hia treatment and neglect- day to Butler, Mo., 10 jacks that were , OKNKRAL OFFICES' C,?,n,u."fe ,luilJi"r! Cincinnati. O Lexington ed those who by every tie appealed to bought in Madison aud 12 other counties J. S Mocker. President: Cashier; by or J.i.SKi1H4.CC.sii rsDi WLKil .d,"S1.i.5Uj WO. " " John J. Mc Roberts, is the largest A. A. McKinnev, Assistant Cashier for protection care. at a cost $11,000. stiTaaeaKraaHminKit Mills Co., Lexing- his manhood children are now and Ken- shipment ofof jacks This over left tho that in His wifo and sale by all tucky with their relatives, Mrs. Young county and they were large and fine ton, Ky. This notice forewarns hunters, having become- discouraged when her ones. The average is about 3700, but first-cla- ss Grocers. others not to trespass on our lands fishermen anrt without ner. husband took his flight to Hot Spriugs. some of them cost cousiilerab'y more. fcvoi trraiunu KANIJOOnt 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, .uui wiii ue prosecutea ""lull. """i DUn.IXY extent fail to use Cream Tho dead mail know that there was Tho cases against the drug stores for Doth desirable homes. For information and iiJUiPflI fiqeneraUndHKHVOlTrJ Kind, ZStett est C of the law. Signed: nd sdlJV 'IM RKVNOLDS. JJof "knf.nx!r la OldorYounr. M Errors or Xiee ssn prescriptions, whisky on I.S. UtkMI, k.SI. tlHOOD rail KlrJ tiruiK, address frood trouble browing and ho was anxious to sellingcontinued. doctors' iay was given M"' ALICE I nAUOIli if vou 'wlttiltrrt ureeu were .saniiK,l'klil(TklaeiUiiHls:garillTHOriAoijr t?J h KM. WARE, if rnnripS ' MRS SUSIE S. ADAMS, of his property in Dallas. Ho 21 ibMl.l.l ..run., HOHK TllKATaitST-H- .is dispose W A. COFFlh' yeaw for kming iokie Coulter at Mri, m A MARTm' Bsa loll f tnmlO BUI. sa r.rsia. C.lri. s. STril, u,' i6A West Main Street, .. . .. " ROHERT HARNETT. heard to say at intervals that) Junction had been Lcxiniton, Ky. r. isrs.Us.-K- , j. i' 1. ....-.Mfmespip ieioicAL co.. aterKjo.H SS. I' UKl.MtS cts. W. C. Cash." One farmer alone in Clark county Milus' Norvo und I.iv.ir IMlIx Before an additional statement could -. r ..1 ,1. 1... .1,.... 1j. .ii. principle ium cjuu noun ui niiuuii us uuko itmi W. 13. cloaiieLowe's rhnnigh regulating theA liver. be obtained, under a strong guard the ... ,j. stomach and new the nerves discus ers Dr. Miles IVIs spechlycuieMioas. prisoner was hustled off to tho county las.r, .p, -- user, piles, lonsup JiiiiH COW Willi a l'OII iSAI.K. A gOOd I1I1IK jail and placed in a strong cell. There mr m.ii, wra, crnuiccii i. nmsiie.i, young calf. Apply to Jno. .M. .McKob-erts- , OiBce South side Main .ireet, in office recently live I! following statement: ho made the at A. II Penny's, Stanford,' vacated by I)r. L. F. Huffman. Stanford, Ky. Jr. 'My namo is W. C. Cash. I am from C. E. Hitters' stable at l'aris burned .i:iirvvSiu liuSiirnnve. McKinney, Lincoln county, Ky. Ed M. T'j rait u,a I . Lots 512,-00aud with it five fine horses. r isvrmr !.! hr the Young, the man I killed, was my dearest heis-- l n Kp is '.g a. I Ip !., ,1 r i m insurance w.OOO. rrt'nl wltlsbUiot i.i.itgvL- - r.l V . nsjsri.. It ti.t friend. In 1SS1 we were neighbors. In L17S?, sals and ' ' '"" n. r.tonf Dogs killed two and tore MX others i "' w ' 1SSI ho debauched my wife and ruined tn .s .my.irh is i win ,;,, n.S,rt Vi STANFORD, KY. ; . r. lates of Air. sheep to pieces. ri-m.i . j, , tb.re my home; July '22, lSStt, I discovered fc.. Moart Fnllll.-tr.-. .... ' e Uit ijhoot the worthless curs. .. f. ! to COMMERCIAL her perfidy aud obtained a divorce. SI'ECrAL ATTENTION 1 ure Mi mi-vinp trh' n lu.il travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. During the six days .1(11 head of Usui- - p.iintlip..n'.'. . V - ! ,eb. to square accounts rhol.in III catno to Dallas y lUonr i!lll, Only horses and vehicles used in livery sold at Lexington for liunjrrv r in.li ; - ) Is w .1i.-nh:. with Ed Young and I am glad 1 killed horses have been Oie. Dr. rr.Hi1' m Mil'- -' Kssv ll.-tir-r rutB hi 1501,0 10, an average of SS07.S1. the only 'IJ ny .. It Penny. him. I agree with Sam Jones that sin f Ollicer Milner seized the man and hurried him to tho police station just in time to escape the clutches of an enraged and excited mob. Young was removed to a drug store, where he died shortly after without uttering a word. At the police station tho prisoner was, searched. Two largo revolvers, a large dirk knife and Si'ttt in cash were found on his person. The correspondent asked him why he had slain Young. The prisoner asked for a pencil and paper and penned the following note: "Ed T. Young hat been guilty of the Highest of A cream of tarter biking powder f lec all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Re- seduction and nlleniation of the port. Aug. 17, 1889. tions of my wife, and I wish to say to the good people of the city of Dallas and state 01 Texas to jusi taKo me ami io as C. thev please, for my life, caused by this Is a Candidate for Auditor of the Slate ot said Young, is a living death. My mind to the will of the Democratic party. is in a state of wild unrest and . heart beating high. A sickening dread inR. C. MORGAN,' D. D. S. vades my heart all the while, though my bosom heaves madly with tho wild beating of my heart with love for my DENTIST. little children, which are a nice little set Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, up stairs. Nitrous Oxide l.as given for painless of folks, if I do nay it myself, extracting. llespectfully to the world, POWDER Tho section of the legislative report excluding railroad OlHcerS and attorneys , lr,ill .1... .h.ii.kM , nuu.lll,ltl. tl'lld Vltrt " iiuui iiiu luuiiil s.j properly defeated. After spending a whole day on the section prohibiting divorce except for adultery, the question was left to tho legislature by a vote of HS io'2'.. The section of the report referring to the location of the State capital and for buildan appropriation of ings, was stricken out, but it will come up later in the report on location. As predicted the convention refused to reduce the legislative representation from 100, though they fixed the senatorial membership at :0. Tho inhibition against preacheis holding these olliees was continued. The legislative session was limited to 00 days. Let the membersof the constitutional convention prove their faith by their works. Having condemned the usu of railroad passes every mother's ton of them should seize his grip and hoof it homo Do this at once and all. will be forgiven. Louisville Times. ? I I offer for sale privately my Farm of gc Acres, miles south "f Malitonl near the Somerset pike. It it in a high state nl cultivation, nil be nig in grass hut 15 aires, has all the neccwiry buildings, is well watered nnd fenced and a desir. able place generally. Call uii or addreH neat Stanford, Ky. TnAetsnn sale everywhere, and see that they 90-- 1 m li. A. I'KYTUK. rnml C , II. .VD .A cither in or nut of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Toledo. K. O McCOUMICK. I General Passenger and lie let Agent. troit, the Lake Regions and I .tnaiU. lie riiau is .11c 01 me mum in mc oiate 01 Ohio anil the only line euieriiig Cincinnati over 15 miles of ilonblntr.il k, and from its past record can its patrons speed, comfort and "?",,,a" 1 ": For Salo II best salve in the world fur iuii, brui.es, 'res, u'.ers, ss.lt rheum, feser vires, let:r, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup lions ami positively cures piles, or no pay re(Mir ed. It is guarantied to give perfect satisfaction, Price J cents per bfls. or money refunded l'or sale by A. K. Pentiv, Stanlord, Ky. 'I he Bucklcn's Arnica Salve Twenty ISuildln M Lots In the corporate limits of Row land J. DARST, Kowlaud. Spoclmon Cnsod was treuMe.1 as with neuralgia and rheumatism, his tMrniaih rdered, his liver w is alfccted to an al irming dtt. dceree, anne'ite foil avav and he was terribly re duced in llesn and strength. Three Uittlcs of Lleitrii Litters cured Inm Hdward Mnphtr.l, llHrrihMr, III , had a running Mr en hi teg o4 eight ears' tiamling. I'sed three battles of Kleitrit llitterv and seien Wissm of lliiclleii's Artiua and his leg is sound aud well John Speaker, Catawba. Ohio, had five large fever sores on Iim leg. itector Mild he S II Clifford, New C.usell, Wis , FOR SALE And 111 R RENT. Kcsidenco '1 Tho Very Desirablo good large and beautllutauJ altogether repair mi Dins die street and ioniums 5 rooms he botise laiingrc .ved tny lut er i nop t'i the C oin .. ritai liotti lam nun'dale la- dies as Mtll ,,s geiittfOitu anjt'uig they inv w .r. ,.u tan wnn in my une iiuKm. "ii we Jl'Sr IIIOMI'SON, InCi'in mer llutel. ii'.u.lo 111 ..i Ihesardit Do-lljjhtf- iil il le Tho IMnco 1b 0110 In of tho Most Town. WIZW I SAW MILL. hwt. was imurahle One Kittle Klcttrii. IMtersaissi one l x lliuklen Arnica Salve cured hint UHttro-ly- . Sold at A. K. Petiuj's ding hture. It villi cot you nothing nnd will surely ifes you KoihI if y u have a cough, n.ld ir any intubte wuh throat, chest ur limns Dr King's New Dix.ni-cr- y for Contninption, Coughs anJ Colds is guaranteed to Rise relief r miinewill bepaidh.uk Sulterers frum La (irippe found it just the thing and under its ue had a speedy and perfeit rccot ery Try a sample bottle nl our espense And learn for vmirself iust how uaod .1 tlnnir it is In al betttts free at A K Penny's drug stare. I.mge site 30 lents and i. Will sell ur rent nn easy terms MISS MARY K. VAKNON, tl Stsntmd, Ky. Now Try Thla Pr- - CASH Al O I have fiHinhed iey new Mv Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 wiles front SuUmd and air prepared to lMini.li aiiv kind f I.I'MIIKK, SlllNl.LKS, Ac ,at I.OWlUM PRICKS. I will sell the lumber at th mill or dchier, to uit pnrt Give trial P.tetli.e. MAVMllOI), KY I will deliwr siiw.il heslnut shingles at Stanford or How land it I . 1 per M y A II IIASTIN 4 iea Paid For Hides and For, OLD Newport Nr-.v- KY. BO'CJTE - S.ilid Mi . Absolutely Pure FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. RICHARD WARREN wish to sell my tlock of 100 sheep. W. I Tate, Stanford'. Henry Hester sold to Taylor Hoiiiro a young horse for $i:!0. l'op corn is selling at $2 a bushel in lots at New York. 1'erkius, of Garrard, sold to l.aukiu, of Wayne, -- 0 long yearling mules at $7o. A. T. Nuihiellev bought of Florence . n linn sni.lli ,s lilltln ..l '). .y.L x, ,.s . .11. ijinui iv u. iiriiui i'i Middleton two 1,200 pound steers at " I car-loa- d mi-nis Al. SS 11 ejff -- ,.--.: 1 ..,..i.,..(ci. v STANFORD. KENTUCKY. DR. PENNY, i- ... ", Grover Cleveland left a surplus in the treasury of 1,000,000. Senator Carlisle, a man who can he trusted not to tuistate a fact for the sake of partisanship, says that at tho end of the present fiscal year, June .'50, there will be a deficit of fl 1.000.000. and at the end of the next this deficit will be $S 1,000.000. This . "'...' .' ..' "ith the revenues steadily Hl,OWH ,re,tv "'"cluHivi-lthat four years more of Cleveland aro a necessity to even things up. Richmond Register. R ELK1N Stanford, OK & U0.'S, Washington, Phllaclolpliln Baltimoro, Now York, l'-in 'rii uled T rams i( alley Ci ,"K. I. ir Ky. All points and Si utheasl l)nl one hinht out Irons Lesieiiton, CtMtected Tisne Card in Lllect ' Farmers Bank& Trust Co. STANFORD. KY , Isno-- IWST IIOL'N'll. Krr. Dills 11 rt j . . Jan 4, iSgtV - Lie Sunlotd ". ss fully organised and ready lor busiaess with ',,,,0" ,, JJ'Tpr1" . Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - - Dentist. ... . $200,000. 15,000. SUCCLSSOK laTIIU LINCOLN NATIONAL 1IANK Ol' Sl'ANIORI), (Now ilHHg up) with the same assets and Hmler the same naageent. lly prnviMons of Us chailrr. ilrpoutrMs sre as lulls- prolevteil as aie deiiosllots IM .Natkmal Hanks, its ihaicholjf i. t,nng ktM lHvi-lsli- v stack i iwttic to the cllial ul the amosiMI ol tkeu therein al the par value thereof, ih addsllSH ta the amosiut invested in .uih .hares It may aitas eseculor adnum.lrattr, trustee, Ac., as fully as an mdntduxl To th.ne So entrusted their bullions ta its while miu(itiK the LinrsdH N'alKmal Hank ol Stanford, sse wc here tender our manv thanks anal truil they still lu trantsact I heir bsttve with ns, ullerini; as guarantee (or pr inapt aiten-t- i to sasan, sir twenty years' niperitsMe ta bnflkiac assdas literal aecwumodatiosis as aieewst-sutrt- it ssith sound baiikine. IHMiaiims: J J. WiMmims, Mi. Vcrneti; J. M. Hall, SlaulHTd; J. S. Osvsloy, Man fur d; S J. Kmbry, Stanford; ( I Sl.rlmc.. " Mnr.nead ... ' Olive Kilt .... " Ashhisid. " Calll.bSiK. " lluHtUctua .. Ml st j -iiimi, Actom Daily Daily Sun Ks, Sun 50 a'n 3 n am 11 10 nn " P" i 4 aw s .1 pm f lattM.il Ks wsrsrsi, pv Hn, MSS ;w I SO i" a im pml 7 1 P", pw, if 1 psn II nt p il i U 1$ 4j smsi p P i ,0 pm .... io is am ss pm WKST ItOUND Lv. Ilstntitsttosi..., " CatUll.buic... " AshtaHd ... ' I I I 4 S S i I. BRUCE, Arr LeaiKKtoM " l.mtissille " " Ml. Siciliac Winehaxer . IHisss Hill . 10 shssI 6 ssss am SS) 4H 1C aln; 40 ptHt k J. am. 5 yt 1 II psssii J psa1 li;i twin psio 4 9 am am am t$ ami 7 is .a psnj 1 10 an s. pMUs i) 11 n j I anij IS II j 0, . fed n.m, t- i H '," '"U',, ! h-- titlnt crlibraled IVa.t f Limited Vr.iihuled I'.sstrc. run. daily and I as f'ullmaa Vestihsiled Hiillet Sleesirri helwrcn L011 iss'lls-- , l.tiiaitin, W'ashiclv. New nrl. and Old I'Bint Comfort Tb train s made part ol Ihc l- - r- . to-da- hrst-cla- ss THE SHELTON HOUSE d to Rowland, First-clas- s Kentucky. 04-0- - -- ( h ui-iuh- . sii -- S) ST - ssn the C. A O liuute la.t Mail TraiHS run daily fi.ept Sunday 1 and luHiinctsi. Make diiect tw. cssaaeesioM ai llusumctnn wuh C Aat Ash oiiti S. V K , al WiNibexer wllh k C K It. iwith ami smith hrnssid, and al I einiL-pii- i with LA V , I. S and C . N. O. . I I'. HltMd LesiacMun and Olive Will Ascommodalion daily ii'eirt Suidr. Cuastwlsal Wimbeaier I" and fram K C pasnts and at Lesiactm. uith I S R K. lar LssssLi.il I'ar full iatarmtiwH in regard ta rales, nmtes, Ac , apply to any jjrt ihfk or canuectioc lines er ta II K. C L. BROWS, V I, and li M . (J A , I eiinsten, Ky. lltsntinlA F. V. - ld Ls.ctn i FOHi RE1TT. LMitmi-ni- It.ik-Kc- 2,-)- 0. was-ver- L. P. CANTER'S Kentucky Central R.R. 77-t- e MI-m- , totslx; bohxn-- g MAGIC t. n to-da- y. OVER! 4 ref-ol-d 1 A Special Bargain. Fara South-Houn- m Hri 11 . iiipa iiilillllf two-ce- . . . first-clas- a 3a iH -O- North-Houn- d. Hm-M-nn- r 9-- ir ill - w car-loa- d uni lunnbuniiii 1 in I I TAR OSDSOAP D well-know- n - $200,000 ! 111 1 " .'. 1 Kovern-me- nt m$ &$$ ( 0$ 1 l Ta .., i "- -& The BEST FLOUR the solic-te- d. CREAM the . mi r mr&mzi m mm r '" FLOUR For want ro made Roller .1 CS"f tenlnna'.-iu- 95-i- jr - FOR SAX.3S. FOR MEN ONLY! POSTED. 1 Don't Flnnr 3r T "s - " City.-Advo- cate. oC-- ll a. 1 t ,VW ' wsH--4!, ' '" " sssiassaai isiasaaaaasi. i ii. unnn """snwi ItiXt'i-- 1 j. S