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NO. 1 Acco-mplifhc- Interesting Matters about the (Julio important, and they will eel Mr. Oricirs, foren A thousand thank are yours, Historic City. villi- Roller Mill, has When yeu exclaim, Tit done llii'HMOM), Va., Feb. 128. Thulotwr I in operation a which takes There's your Coiutitution ' " " T.ATK ALEXANDER'S MOTEL,, retmun in Richmond ami tliu more 1 hco the cuke for HmmliVitt. ,.!,. ...,, .,.i of the city the more thoroughly convincTho electoral college to bo chosen in eiliciency. Machinists' will challenge TITO R0UG LILY AND 181W will consist of 111 members, instead ed I mil of her prosperity. A drive this tho declaration that the entire costisnot' 1PW Y. western poition evening through tho of 401, as in tho lost election, and 22'.) more than that of the belting for the'r.-.wv.,..i..- . Jefferson, Center nnd Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous- c . was a revelation of tlu growth that linn votes will be required to make u majorii.i in use. a caveat lias been i!""1" '"' ' no doiiht flurpaHsoil tho oxprctutioiiH of ty instead of L'01. New York has no filed and Mr. Griggs will soon LOUISVILLE, KV. boon I fni't it was moro votes in tho larger electoral colleg- 'Change, having applied t'Vt'ii tho moHt HiiiiKiiiiu1. for Old Hutch's W. R. LOGAiM, Manager. JiiuiI to hcliovu my own oyos, when I es than she .had in the ones which wero membership. A. U. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. chosen in ISSS and lhSt and consequentlooked upon imposing HtrurturoH, otienf Wo Hre triad to report that Jess Ausly loses her importance to thnt extent. tin is none the worse tor another, on tho ground whero two for what camo near Tho vote in 1()J will bo as follows: yenre nco I hhw tho country .hoy while proving a serious accident in one of Ids FOR THE BIGGEST Alabama nwav the hours at play and the raw Nebraska 8 late anteprandial constitutionals on an S Nevada Arkansas Kineil milk cow gratify her appetite, 5 imperfectly trained 'cycle. None of your ZB ?& H Now Hampshire California with the green iir.wn thnt grew luxurisafeties for Jesd. Tho outlook is not I New J rsey Colorado 10 wur antly in tho fertile lleldn around. What ti New York ."W Connecticut comprehensive enough. On his lofty !t North Carolina Delaware then a true picture of "country 11 whs perch ho was swiftly climbing the steep IX 4 North Dakota Florida It life" is now transformed to one of est grade in town when his stud took a Georgia lit Ohio fit eijiiRl truonesH, reprewntlng elegnnee Jess in a well washed- Idaho t shy, Oregon ' and eanein the most fushionaMe puit of 1M Illinois li'J out drain ditch and then piled in on the Pennsylvania !" Rhode" Island Indiana the city. rcc less equestrian, not only crippling" Iowa Si South Carolina It in elegance the least of it, i. but pinioning the rider almost inextrica- 10 South Dakota Kansas if tine hoiiHCH go toward making it. I A heartless, jeering crowd stood l.'l Tennessee Kentucky 1U bly. know of no city that can boast of such K Texas Louisiana 15 aloof till Jess scrambled out and limped i Vermont Maine 4 off leading his horse. huildiiiKH nx are found in this nddition, ANDS Virginia Maryland 12 and if you will pardon tho hackneyed The helled buzzard paid us a call 15 Washington Massachusetts 4 expression, some of them are "out of (5 list week, apparently by special invita11 West Virginia Michigan Kor a mIokIo instance, the Gin-te- r arsJrt" !) Wisconsin Minnesota 12 tion, it is supposed, at a mutton banquet, hero. iimiifion, occupying an entire block it as he evidently belongs i Wyoming A to a (.. Fields' minstrels guvo a fine Missouri 17 and built, to a great extent, of brown show to a troupe. Jn his graceful gyrations and crowded house Tuesday night Montana .'I Total 441 h to ne. It in aftor the Queen Auue order and the papers and the public generally preenings bo frequently Bounded the The lirst House of Representatives in bell, which one of the boys and built without thu stint of money are profuse in tiieir thinks is a praises of him. He the Congress of tho United States con- small bell with handle, whilst tho other an is a residence that no vittitor to this has "spread out" a In the county, go to little since ho used sisted of only 05 members. The present recognized in its tones grand old city should leave without see- to play Stanford the typical sheep and besides other addimembers. Tlie bell. The younger boy was so near the ing. It is occupied by Mr. (tinier, a tions, he now travels in a lino Pullman House consists of l; admission of six new States has added bird that he mistook the cord for n bell bachelor of some- ISO suuiiiietH, and who private car. His many 9 friends in Kenseven members to tlie total. Under tho handle, tho elder declares. There is no in looked upon with enviable eyeH by tucky and around Stanford particularly many a Richmond belle, but strange to will bo gl.ul to know that ho is having a receiit apportionment the total number Mulhnttan flavor attached to tho story of members is :i5(5, which is an increase and as it has been SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all my, ho heeds them not. lately demonstrated tiuancially succos.iful season and has alof 21. This makes the House a some- In solution of Red John's Uiblical prob- work guaranteed. Tlie boom in that part of tiie city has ready laid up a snug bltlo sum. what unwieldy hotly, and as there is lem that tho I.stkiiiou JouitXAi. has the of oourso enhanced the value of real :. 0. W. usually so much red tape and unneces- largest paying circulation of any tato ninny fold and the consequence in s sary forms and ceremouy connected many owners of West l'tul property, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. paper in Kentucky, wo hope to with tho business of Congress, a vast hear from the owner of that buzzard, unhave increased their bitnk account The Woody llros., of Chicago, will amount of lime is consumed that could who belled and turned him on the til they present a very decent appear- hold a musical convention at tho be more profitably employed. Ono of ance. Tho building, too, that baa been church in this plaue, oommeuo-in- tlie evils that seems to bo unavoidable range. carried on so extensively has been a Tlie antlers of tho monarch white-tai- l next Friday evening and lasting is the time wasted in complimenting degreat help to the various mechanics, and five buck of the Cumberland range havo days. parted statesmen ami other public func- been added to Dr. Diown's collection of iiuny have risen from day l.ihoror to Our friend J. T. Palmer has rosigutd tionaries by adjourning as a tribute of trophies. The doctor had the good luck contractor, who grow in reputation as his position Hmlge Fonco Co., with Has the largest and respect when tho death of any ouo is to drop tho monster in his tracks, near the city grows in luiortaiico and popu- and has accepted tho tlie agency for the aauouncod either in tho Senate or Steubenville, Wayne county, Ky., last lation. MOST COMPLETE STOCK harvesting and mowing ma- Housu. If Although built on ah ninny hills as a member of tho cabinet, n November, and Uncle Joe Taylor, of chines. SiicconH to you, Tom general of tho army, a commodore or that neighborhood, almost a nonagenarithe ancient city of Uoine, Richmond has OF Sunday afternoon Jim Anderson-bet- ter admiral in the navy, a member of the an native to those mountains, tho notchilnest street car service of any city in the known as Jim 'Wigglo" proceed-ei- l iincl ray knowledge. Senate or House; a uovemor of a State, es on whoso gun stock show moro deer The to hold "battle row" up by the tail. or some one who has been conspicuous to his credit than any man alive, was horse car and the modern electrics ever shown in Stanford at prices Marshal Hamilton promptly escortud in any department of life, "shuttles oil beside our hero when be "ilred tho city from "eund to cend" and as low as the lowest. the fa"Wiggle" to jail. He will bo tried tothis mortal coil," some patriotic and effu- tal shot," and as soon as tho old he who walks does it either from a pecu day. niary motive or for exercise. lor electric in the State, sive member rises m his place and moves Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s regained his speech he was emOur ollicient police judge, J. C. an adjournment as a testimonial of res- phatic in tlie declaration that the doctor who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to light system also surpsisnus any I know Hemphill, ia oouiliiod to his bed with a pect for the departed. This may bo all had killed tho biggest buck that he over of and Richmond is really not much severe attack of rheumatism. of all kinds beautifully done. Old Wo hope very well in its way, but tho average saw or heard of. When the drivers rush- send jobs to the city. Engraving darker at night than day. to see him out in a few days. During gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicAmerican citizen will be apt to consider ed to the stand, convinced that the game The tobacco oxuhango hure is a busy his illness Col. L. F. Hubble is acting as it a waste of much valuable time, if not had been bagged, thoy wero frightened ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. place and one is reminded of the great jHilice judge. restricted within the bounds of proprie- into a paleness which could bo felt by Wall Street Stock Kxcliaugu in Hew "No more shaving on Sunday." ty. Thoro are too many distinguished finding the veterans "trembling Hko "iork. Tib true that dealers don t net Thus reads a sign hung out at our barmen passing oil' the stage of action to billy and law their heads ai froqmnitly utterly speechless, and unablo to ber shops. It seems that Col. Will indulge in stopping the wheels of gov- make nn intellig'iblu sigu. Apprehen-sivas tho "Wall Streetors," but they do a King and Maj. Henry Duncan couldn't wonderful amount of business and freernment every time a death occurs. A thatBomothing awful had happendo their conning during week days and truly great man, who is reverenced by ed, some of tho boys rushed off for waquently a day brings fortune to some then have time on Sunday to give a the whole people and who has done ter, whilst others cast about for remedies and makes bankrupts of others. It is u man a nice dean shave before ho goes to A rt tf& IB n something for his country worthy of re- near at hand, ami one of tho party chanc business and sort of catch church. membrance, is assuredly entitled to this ed to thrust a vial of Jack Marcum's best tho buyers and Hellers watch their inMr. ami Mrs. J. T. MeKoborts hao honor, but tho average political bluster extract under Undo Joe's nose instead terests as tho hawk does his prey. returned to their home in Louisville. R. er whoso performances havo amounted of tho harUhoru he intended, which Tho little atone house whero Washing Graham Frank, now of your city, visited to no HAS LED YEAP WORN REMEDIES FOR more thnn a "tempest in a teapot" produced a paroxysm of short gasp anil ton liad his headquarters during war bis parents Sunday. Miss Liizio Wlier-ritt- might with eminent propriety bo con- rapid recovery from what tho youugsters is still standing and is in a good tunes SOU) EVERYWHERE, EVEKY B87RE GUARANTEED of Richmond, is visiting her niece, signed to his last resting place without wero rejoiced to discover was tho worst state of preservation. The Virginians Mrs. K. Stormos. W. R. Mnrrs was John interfering with tho public business for case of look on it with pardonable prido and buck ague that ever ST.L0WSMO. F&EMREDQY RISHARBSQN-TAYLORMED.hero Sunday. Hon. J. H. Brown and building thu performance of which the people attacked even a tenderfoot. Kesideuts treasure tho little family have removed to the propeity on pay their servants. If there should not within a radius of three miles, who have above "jowols and precious stones." It Danville .jitto oldest housu in Richmond and pos M. Totten.street recently vacated bv W. boa stop put to this custom of paying never heard a satisfactory explanation .RILEY HOUSE, tributes of respect to tho departed, it of tho prolonged howling, which alarmed sibly has as much history attached to it Tho action of tho democrats of e I deMreto sell m y (arm oi about 130 acres, situ will not bo long until an adjournment them on that eventful day aro informed as any other, save perhaps oldj Libliy F. B. BILEY, Proprietor, ateu about 174 miles nortn of Stanford on tha county in regard to the resolutions will be asked on account of the death of that it was an exultant outburst followHush Branch pAe, opposite the old church. There prison, which stood hero until In couple passed - at tho meeting of tint democracy a relative or tlie dog of a senator, repreKentucky. of the farm well etin inwheat and rye; thedwelling are about 50 acres balance of years ago, when it was removed to ing tho discovery of the fallacy that London, timothy Good held at tho in Lancaster last I have moved to my new Hotel and am lottei 01 lour rooms and kltcnen and a splendid new official connected with "buck aguo like whooping cough never By tho way, tho old'buiiding, sentative or some Chicago, prepared than ever to accommodatu the public barn: Is well watered and fenced. Possession cart week, has called forth from Judge Owsthe powers that be. At tlie close of tho attacks twice." Good L.i cry attached and every convenience de- be given immediately. For' particulars, e J. p. which was put up as near as possible ley and others tho following letter: sired. Give me a call. H.nley, Stanford, or write the nnderugned at present Congress, at least an entire week hko it stood here, is a drawing card at FRANK KILV.V. E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. 77 Lancahtku Kv., Feb. 28. Tho pooplo has been consumed in adjournments of Roll of Honor. the museum in which it was placed and of Uarrard county regret that tho peoit is said that tho Ynnkeo who planned ple of Rockcastle county have miscon- respect when an iiunienso amount of Crah OitcitAiti), Fob. L'7. Following is the enterprise is making money hand strued the language used in tho resolu- public and private business has demand- tho list of pupils of Crab Orchard school MT. VERNON, KY. tions adopted by a late meoting of citi- ed the attention of thnt body. Kespect whose deportment is 1)0 per cent, or over list with it. Hotrl'is still maictain zens of this county. There was no in- to the dead is at all times commendable, over: Minniu Munday 1)1, Annie Sigler Thttold and Libby prison, it will bo romombered, tention to insult or degrade Charges reasonable. Spn Rockcastle and regard for tho living is equnlly 100, Ada Cover 100, Bettio Edniiston 90, ing its fine reputation. is whoro the Confederates stowed away county. It was simply a protest against cut attention to the traveling public. "So moto it Nannie Kdmiston 100, Bollo Sigler 100, of consideration. At. I NEWCOMD, Prop., many of tho Ynnkeo prisoners. A groat annexing us to a counlv and pooplo Bessie Carson 100, Uoulah Carson 100, Alt. Vernon, Ky, attempt was made to tiro the Northern with whom wo had but fittlo dealings be." nnd tovoid a connection which Hindoos Susio Dillion OS, Alico Mooro 93, Eva heart by charging that tho men wero aftor years of tod a republican i CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Stoger 1)4, Mamie DoBordo 100, Eva district. forced to undergo horrors almost as bad Wo are sorry that our intentions wero 100, Mattie IJeazley 09, Lizzie as those who wero throwu into tho Black misconstrued anil misunderstood. The eflort to have the magistrates, Bailey N'n vMsVt tjJfrBalsKcSsHi'lsfKtrT Beazloy 100, Ilessio Mageo 100, Susie Cures cuti, bruises, old soret, slou diseases,! Hole at Calcutta, but from nil I can reflection was designed personal! v nr act as assessors was defeated. corns, bunions, pile, fistula, kcratches, hxlter gather from tho old citizens hero, tho otherwiso on the county of Rockcastle. By a decisive vote the proposition Saunders 90, Carpenter Stuart 91, Willie burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it has we nope mere win bo no ill win be White 100, David Holman 93, George been used it has Riven wonderful satisfaction and prisoner's wero treated as humanely as tween us. to create the office of county treasurer Is teiuarka-blercmcviiii,- Bronuugh 09, James Sigler 99, Henly its propensity lor testimonials soreness secured and. will be Numerous J. II. Riiown, M. II. Owsi.kv, M. D. was defeated. tho oxigoncioa of war and the limited will appear in this space at a later date. Made resources of tho Confederacy admitted. Hughes. Tho proposition to place all officials BastinOo, Phil Pettus 100, Albert and sold by K. 100, Pennington Mooro 100, John J. H. HIGOINS, Stanford, Ky. Davis' mansion, tho White House Jeff Looking over nn old scrap book these in counties of 75,000 population on sall)eBordo97, John Chad wick 90, Henry of tho Confederacy is standing and is an- lines by an excellent lady were found, aries was adopted. AETISTJ3 De Horde OS, Holdam Stuart 100, James Judge Decknor offered $ resolution other historic building. It is used as a mid which can bo appropriately addressSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. Blue-Gras- s Watson 100, Jacob Elder 100, Waller Has n to apply tho $000,000 direct tax fund to public school now, but einco Mr. Davis' ed llarber Shop on Main street, or- Saunders 91, J. W. Acton 100, V.E. Cald posit j Iortman Home, and Invites a dure of jour it... uuy ltici iMiltiilii t. nHil ' t sat TO THE MKMllUllfl um uuunm the common schools. "" :,iieam mo 01' T1IK CONSTITUTlO.WvI, Prompt attention to outside calls ami patronage well 100, Wndo Perkins 90, Mary Wilson .special attention to ladies and childrer. Wotlc tho present lease oxpues it will ba turn The con. con., in appreciation of the CONVENTION". dine la the latest stjle with neatness and dl- 100. Maurice Perkins 95. " 'Tis laid by 1'undits wile a Confederate museum. A littlo 6liown them by tlie SS.fjin many courtesies ed into .M will sell privately, at a bargain, my tarrn at This is for tho monthending Feb. 27. That difficulties to the sre.it, moro fitting, to aay tho least of It. Frankfort people, gave them n bull nnd Crib Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. ."ZZZZ Are but stepping- stones unto success; It ia hoped that parents will insist on This farm formerly known us the Jacob Guest v I have been through Hollywood reception, which was quite a ntco af contains Their noble mindi delight their children having a high per cent on arrival and,;it is not hard since my fair. To baits) with Impeding foice, . r ti ,. Land,' ' fMixit, t'rm Acres And conquer where tho weak do yield. -.- Tim cxinvoniion lias aclooted u hoc- - ""P""'" to seo that tho city of tho dead is grow-ni- g And to, we do opine, our people thought, In prune ennditon, and well unproved Ivlng something Hko tho rapidity of shur- with tion which proviilcs thnt neither a The roUI product of the country for partly in the limits ol the town of Crab Orchard, When you thty did appoint, itl nor his duputy shall ho eligible to tiio 1890 was $:t2,845,000, tho silver the I., ti U K. K. its living sister. A uumbor of promiThe an'uous task of constitution-makerproduct onThe farm it divided nrarlv equally by tli3 piWe succeeding term, nor the former Bervo 57 033 ooa nent persons have been laid to rest in Full well they knew the 'tricks of trade.' leading south from ton, ihere ticinK 17? .urn on house. The excuses to be 'put off,' the promisca fair, Mdfipwy. the Hasi side oil tho last two yearn and whilo tho death -- George Gordon, who killed John lareK, roomy and wnlch i live min-- i 7 nrooms, bebrick of . With no intention to fulfill, -- On motion of Delegate Miller, of Krooka nt parkvillo in 1881), was rate has not been unusually large, there sides kitchen, servant's houo, stab e, &c , and on Tnat empty heads and deaf cars has aIOH ccmlort-abl- e j". c& aro enough now graves to show that tho tho committee on etylo has been qilttod nt Danvillo. Tho troublo crew-pu- t the West side 105 acres, which &.C. Would wonderfully prevail and then, In view frame residence r I will sell the place as a wiiolc. desired things in ehape, lout of Gordon'ainterforenco dread monster has entored many a house to work KutthiR Of all thu trouble, the perplexity, tiUSTOIv. VIIjTjB. KY. with Brooks' will NtU either of tho tracis siiijly hither will The totherattont many, that would i e, But would wife Gordon and his father, nnd hold and as usual plucked tho brightest Buys the Intbrioii JociWAL. coivci Are stillin the nusme-- s nnd ready to da any. make John lent toan elennt and comfortable Ueset your palh, they judged schools, ihurches.ijood turnpikes and the) thins; In the l'r.denaUm line. We ha Is ono of the larg- a full tlowor. This cemetery not it bo better if there was a committeo nn(1 Jamea Brooks, mot at Parksville You were just the men to crown . tock of Cues and LasVew of all kinds and Itobea and r ilioa 1. 0f every dci crip tion. Our hearse, which is nearlr J'ero des.rousofinipectin(: residing on estin tho country and thoro are many on shape to get things up in some sort of a general tight followed, in which 1 heir wishes with success. o shown over it by James Hays, now the newcm beobt .tieioo short notice, Mr. JV 8 And now, expectant and admiring eye fine and costly monuments that mark! the people could approve was shot twice before killiuc premies. Fot terms apply or address meat Dan- - . Green has char f oeur business and will v ville, Ky. Are turne on you to see the teat purKOJdsioaiw one ntsdmic aaytnin,,' in on Brooks. ington Commonwealth. tho last resting places of tho houoied . j 1. 0.t meal-bolt, I 1 nub-urliii- toy : dead. Among the noted men buried is James Monroe, whoso body was removed from New York, whero it had remained for years, and it wan brought to Hollywood by order of the tumoral Assembly. Some 15,000 Confederates ro also buried there and a monument whs erected by the Ladies of the South to their memory. bile marking the graves of tlio dead soldiers it will stand for years to cune as a memorial to the good ladies who were thoughtful enough and had Hiilllcifiit love for those iho tried to stand up for the lights of their country to lake the steps towards this most commendable enterprise. The topic of conversation here is John L. Sullivan, the pugilist. That "slugger" was here m week or so ago mid as usual made h fool of himself. This time he hurled a elwir Hcriwsthe dining-rooof Ilia hotel at a waifur, who was rather illibetal with his attentions to him, and besides breaking a doaeii or moro plates and dishes, created a general furor. The Virginian, hko tho Koutiickian, doesn't like to bo run over by anybody and as tho hiilldoer played his game moro than once during his stay, there might bo a possibility of a combine against him wore be to again hold tho boards I It is unto the people a matter HUSTONVILLE. m k THE WIIX ABD9 ... Kace c en RENOVATED IMPROVED i ... 1 1 '. 1 H r IM"SH -- , ' '. sido-tracke- d 1 wAWrTW ninnr 1 ( Mi"sif-siyp- I one-da- y SILVERWARE 1 - W. B. IVIcROBERTS The Old Reliable Jeweler . first-clas- 1'res-byteria- n g A. ii in the Lead. R. Penny Jewelry , I Walclics tra-ers- e deer-slay- er 1 o I lujiirrfl. r rarufcj ifrBMBciHrr IK nil &3 krawi VOMSlS V& - ML 20 f CO. two-stor- Rock-castl- THE Farm For Sal. I : court-hous- e I NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL Sl-t- i. SIB1 HI W Ppmil I nSpEUsHK New-lan- d 96-i- II. FARMER, TOySOBIAL first-cla- I a I Farm Choice POB SALE. 1 d, Cetn-oter- home-stea- .1 a t. - 280 Excellent s. 11 well-bui- lt tfmwMmm t. s'fjTToar out-lnu- c, 11 itfJSS co., Gor-styl- ov'joa 1 97-t- C ,,'.. ...,,,..- lio-- (PI 1 4 FT W iyi?f pr' i i i. r.i k r 1 wi ' L" t The committee on elections wanted to The New Constitution. nnd can turn out several moro democrats so thrt It is not yet a constitution hardly be called a new subjeit. It Iihb tho republican claimants might raid the papers, by news treasury to the amount of Sl'J.OOO each, Makcii 3. ISO been discussed by the Stanfoud, Ky correspondents, by merchants, trades hut the democrats threatened to clog the men and lawyers. Tho opinion of the wheels on the pnstnge of tho appropria country is fast settling against it, and tion bills und not tit siring nn extrn sesW. P. unless calmer reflection shall bring tho sion with the democracy in the ascenpeople to a halt and then enable them to dency tho conspirators were brought to Some of our lawyers nro objecting dispassionately institute a comparison terms. Even with Cznr liccd to rule in strenuously to the abolition of tlio office between the present and the proposed any and every despotic way, the minori of Commonwealth's attorney and nml system, the new constitution, we pre- ty in Congress has asserted itself on conferring its duties on the county at- dict, will bo defeated 100,000 votes. It many nobahlo occasions during this torneys, nnd Buy tint that innovation may he that after this season of deliber- congress, nnd the country will show its situ It gratitude for the manner in which the alone will defeat the new instrument. ation it will be defeated anyway. who Courier-Journa- l, thwarted the devilish may be that it ought to bo defeated. But democrats have We think that they, like the are u little lato entering their it is obvious th.it, at this time, reasons designs of tho majority. protests, though they claim that their for the defeat nre urged which are not Au. kinds-o- f subsidies and other steals reason for not doing so before, is that reasons at all, however potent they may . aro being rushed through ns the life of they had no idea that such a proposition be as factors in moulding public senti- the present Congress draws rapidly to a would bo seriously entertained by the ment. The disappointments tho people close. its power for evil fiUs Mr. Miller published his have suffered in their expectation of convention. 7 a 7v ends and it and its fat and despotic views on that and other questions last speedy results nro not. patiently borne. speaker wi'l fall into innocuous desuesummer and asked those opposed to Their faith in the executive capacity of tude with n dull thud. Let us give them to come forward and givo their tho delegation us a body is about exthanks. reasons for objecting. In that paper he pired. Their prido iu it as an intellectuCom- al, even an intelligent, body is painfully proposed to abolish the district Co.no khsman Wilson will not get his monwealth's attorneys and without giv- bruised. And from these disappoint- court scheme through this session, nor to we e ing the matter a great deal of thought ments the step has been but a short one s'mother session, we hope. Kentucky in fhn. verij We Snip, p.iwi pro- and knowing how well such a scheme to avowed hostility toward the jyernonnel does not need another federal court and I Clot - ft w. s V had operated in Virginia, and that in of the convention. As the homely say tho whole object of tho attempt to cre- uuioinua 10 many cases the county attorneys are the ing is, step by step one goes n long way; ate one is to give Mr. Wilson's henchequals of the Commonwealth attorney we and so it has easily come to pass that the men fat positions nt tho expense of the work of the convention is disapproved hi government. were taken with it especially since he the cost would be less and the advance of its completion because the that The president has provided n place for service, which nil admit is bad enough, workmen are disliked. We submit that better. Those who profess to know, how- this is not simply an injustice which the old Granny Blair, lie has appointed ever, say that the system will not do at people are doing themselves, it is what him Minister to China, wlioro let us Xof Goods, Cai all in Kentucky, owing to the size of the tho French would say is wore. It is hope he will go and never come back. (Jit Cloth, week many feuds that exist folly, it is a blunder. Tho work may be, Tho president deserves commendation cost counties and the Wu forsending so dangerous a crank out of in the more lawless. In them proper us right mustbe viewed, all right. in material cannot be obtained and in no do not, we cannot, expect a perfect in the country. county can good lawyers be had for the strument, unless wo expect the impossiAt the earnest solicitation of Gov. salary proposed. They further say that ble. Tho trouble in obtaining a perfect McCreary the president alii xed his sigunder the operations of the new plan the system of government must bo sought nature to the hill for a $75,000 public ndmiuistration of justice will become more for further back than in conventions. It building at Richmond. Wo knew tho than ever a farce and bring Kentucky lits in tho very imperfect mental and governor would carry his point. Ho Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. I'UKAXSKY, Gov. moral constitution of the very wisest anil nnrtfl inlo further disrepute. never gets left when ho sets his head. Buckner and others, though, who have the very best men. When we sav that NEWSY NOTEST studied the question, take n different the work may be all right, we do not At Sedalia, Mo, Mrs. Dulin, aged Ml, voted with Mr. Miller to abol- mean to say that it may be good in the viow and John A. Anderson, of Kansas, bus and her grandson, were burned to death ish the office, satisfied that the thing can same sense that the Lord declared Mis been appointed at Cairo. in the tiro which consumed their resiwork to be good when He looked at its be no worse than it is. The Kansas legislature bos decided dence. finished form; nor even that it may be The Colorado Valley flood is almost A iionnim.E Hanging scene was enact- the best which can be devised, but that not to resubmit the prohibition quesSTAN FORI), KY. unprecedented and desolation prevails ed at Washington, Pa., the other day. it may be less reprehensible than the tion.Tho House amendment to tho Di- for 1?00 miles. Hundreds of lives have William West, a negro who had mur- present constitution which is, iu many rect Tax bill was adopted by tho Senate been lost. In some plncss the river is dered a whole family of white people for respects, confessedly not adapted to the SO miles wide. At Yuma not a butiness and it now goes to the president. money, attempted to commit suicide the times iu which we live, and especially to According to the railroad commis- house remains und 1,100 persons are sticking a the economic characteristics of these morning of the execution by sioner's report, there were 107J miles of homeless. The los aggregates more large pin in his neck, but failed and times. The imw constitution is for the We arc closing out our stock of Gibbs' Imperial, Iron Hcam. Cham- railroad built iu Kentucky last year. than $1000,000. The levees of the Miswhen the sheriil went to his cell to take people and not for tue special and exThe Senate of Delaware consists of sissippi are breaking ut several points pion and Oliver Steel and Combination Hows AT COST. When vc him to the gallows ho fought with the clusive behoof of tho convention. The Ave democrats and four republicans, and and untold damage is being done. say cost, we mean cost. desperation of dispair. It took half a people will act wisely if they will lay House of 11 democrats and seven redozen men to subdue him and then he aside all prejudice, and, moved exclu- the We have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" ChilledNow. the com J LONDON LAUREL COUNTY. which condi sively by one consideration, tho public publicans. hud to be chloroformed, iu A passenger train on the Georgia The new Swiss church is to have a ing l'iow. and these must uo to make room for them. tion ho was stiapped to n plank and car- weal, calmly consider it in comparison Southern collided with a freight at Choice lot ol home grown Clover, Timbthy, Orchard Grass and clock in its tower. ried to the gibbet. Still unconscious and with the old. If it is deemed better, several killing ono and wounde There wero only 11 jugs put off nt Oats. tied to the board, the rope was placed adopt it! If worse, reject it! This canother persons. the deM)t Suturdny evening nnd nobody around his neck and the trap sprung, not be done until the work is finished. Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. Cupt, Paul Conlon, quite a noted drunk in town yet. spectawhen a thrill of horror seized the Ninety days will then be given to criti man in Lexington local politics, died at Full .stock of Hardware nnd Groceries. Hnrve Pearl is now town marshal, tors. The ropo broke and the shock cize it, to condemn it, to cuss it or to apSt. Augustine, Fla., where he had gone with Dick Harbin ns deputy. Tho hos bringing the culprit to his senses ho rav- prove it as may be liked. We would A f SINK for his health. will be nttended to this weok. J .V MK.VKFKK ed and swore till by main strength und hardly be guilty of refusing n suit of At Birmingham, Ala., a thief broke Mr. Steve Prewitt was fined $25 for awkwardness he was again launched off. clothes before the tailor had sewed the the window of a jeweler's nnd got away selling liquor in London nnd given 21 The second was also a bungling job and pieces of the garments together. Tho with several thousand dollars' worth of hours to get out of town. He got. it took 35 minutes for the fiend to die of convention is at this time only putting diamond rings. . Hon. W. It. U.imsey caino in Satur strangulation. His crime was a fearful the cloth together. After every seam is he best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. J. II. Moll, of Defiance, O., in hia day night from the con. con on n vinit. one, but it was attoned for a9 much as sewed, it will hand tho garment over to efforts to commit suicide, cut his throat, Hit "outing" seems to have agreed with one life could in the horror of his exe- tue people to try on. it it tits tiiey can UTJIUHER, SASH, stabbed himself nnd threw himself be- him. cution. take it. Ifuotthev needn't and that's fore n railway train. DOORS, rememFor the first tunc in my of Califor- the end of it. Under the new constitution of Mis- brance I failed to get my Ixthkiok JourULINOS, Senatok Geokoe Heahst, SIDING, Painful as it is to our State pride, it sissippi payment of a poll tax is necessa-lnal Tuesday morning, but it came in nil nia, died at Washington Saturday night Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. must he confessed that tho convention Was the mail wrong if a man wants to vote. Tho same right that evening. after n long illness, making two demo- is afflicted with mountebanks as pro- law ought to prevail everywhere. you ? or cratic senators to die within a week. In nounced a set of charlatans us ever offerMisses Mettie and Nunnio Ryan North Dakota legislators shelved a the case of the senator from Marylaud ed quack nostrums to public audiences. bill prohibiting prize fighting, on tho were here Sunday on n visit to their We carry a full stock of everything found in a there will bo no political change in the But then there are able men, discreet ground that it would ho n curtailment father. They are attending school at is overwhelmmembership as the State - C3C5LSS men, conservative men, men of the type of the people's amusement privileges. Williamsburg. ingly democratic, but the California legof Jacobs, Knott, Buckner and Dellaven, gives laurel county four The census islature, which is iu session, is republiIn Pike county, Mo., a Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract whom we mav trust to put tho leaven of Clay county 18. There aro can and will return a member of that boy was killed by two younger brothers, Indiansand for building. kneading trough. SINK & MENEKEE, Stanford, Ky. who knew there wero party, if there is one able to buy the of- common sense into the who shot him ns ho lay asleep. They very few people figure. Senator They have not asked to be heard for acted nt tho orders of an older brother. any in this county and that they were fice at the Stanford their much speaking. They have not nil voters. Uenrbt was a man of considerable abiliA woman at Bennington, Mich., two sought to make a record in the Conven The case against John Leu for cow ty and a money maker of parts. His tion Hecord. They have not called for years ago gave birth to twins, u year ago stealiiiL' wa-- i affirmed by tho Court of estate is valued at twenty million, most paralyzed the record with triplets nnd A ,, Jo!m K0B l0 t,o peniteu He the ayes and nays on every motion to of which was made in mining. '' now twins again n.,.1,.11 children in two tiury for two years. lie was ono ol tlio adjourn that their wives and children leaves u wife and one 6on, the latter the daddies-iu-lamight know they years. two Swiss butchers of our town. S.m Francisco Examiner, and editor of the It is suited that Ldt Fielder Brown wero some pumpkins. They, at leust, Mr. Newton Jackson is in from Illiwhich the senator had just expended on have not merited public distrust. So if ingnnd Pitcher Stratton have signed to nois on n visit to his many relatives in $300,000. our judgment of the constitution is to play with the Pittsburg National League Laurel. Newt is well known from the Treaburek Huston has resigned and be constrained by the character of tho club for 7 months at S 1,000 nnd $4,500 fact that hi has a twin brother that his will return to Indiana to set up tho men who make it, let us pauso to reflect respectively. nearest friends cannot tell from him. Hon. A.G. Kiddle, in a Bpeccb in sulfpegs that will knock Harrison down in that may ue there are ten righteous men How does Garrard county like the Washington, D. C, advised the colored hia own State in 1892. Huston has nev- in Sodom. divide between resolutions passed by the citizens of voters of the country to er been satisfied since Harrison put him The count, the revised count nnd the tho regard to off with a minor instead of a cabinet po- official count of tho population of Ken- the political parties its tho most certain Rockcastle in legislative districts? They samo might way of securing their political rights. hiB sition, and has frequently nursed tucky have all been made and the figures Prof. Liebreich gives full instruc- be said about Hockcastle county that grievance up to tho quitting point. He will go to record nt l,S58,G:5o, of which AGENT KOR THE CELEBRATED STUDEHAKER WAGON about Garrard. made the election of Harrison possible 1,585,520 are whites, 272,9S1 negroes, 08 tions for the manufacture nnd use of his they have said and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new stock U. Catching has withdrawn tuHon. W. and common gratitude, he thinks, ought Indians, 20 Chinese nnd n solitary Jap- cantharidnte of potash remedy for and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is efficacy in laryngeal dis- from the senatorial race and Col. berculosis. Its to have made him prefer him to Partner anese. In Lincoln county we have conceded the best one made. Parker, his partner in tho mail ofis highly cowmended by Prof. Vir- eases Miller,,when he came to make up his whites and a,70:i colored. The larghas announced himself as Lauchow. ficial family. It is also said that Mrs. est proportion of colored persons to Jerry Simpson, tho Topoka Capital rel's candidate. There nro so mnny canHarrison snubbed Mrs. Huston, which whites is in Christian, where the numrace is likely to prove a Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. was the finalfeather necessary to break ber is not far from equal. Martin coun- declares, "is Bimply an over development didates thnt tho vanity without enough lively one. of mouth nnd I can furnsh you almost anything you need in the camel's back. ty lias tho fewest number of negroes the Hardware or Gro Tho Dramatic Club will appear breeding to appreciate his own vulgarity 23. Rockcastle is not burdened with cery line. Agent for Jirodhcad Tobacco. the plfblic next Friday night. They or enough brains to recognize his own M. Uiciiardso.v, of the GlasEditor J. them either, having but 184. intend to supply the town with street ignorance.' gow Times, aunounces an important Tho last victim ws taken from the lamps nnd of course everybody will go. event in his family in this uniquo way The fact that English capitalists lost Alarming illness in the family of the ed over a hundred millions in the Argen- Spring Hill mines in Nova Scotia, mak- If they go make a success here they will itor of Tho Times this week prevents his tine Confederation speculations, led the ing iu all 123 victims of tho explosion. visit Ikrhourvillo and other towns and giving that attention to uuwsptper work Middlesboro people to think that the There aro 5(3 widows, 103 fatherless chil- supply them with street lamps nlso. The city council have gotten out otherwise demanded. Tho indulgence Englishmen at tho head of tho outer dren and 7 widowed mothers deprived and prohibited tho people new of tho public and tho sympathy of tho prise there would ba churry of putting of meaus of support. who paid for it from hitching their horscolManchester, O., claims fliat its patrons of Tho Times, is asked in tho af- up more money, but Mr. Arthur has refliction which has, for the sixth time, turned from England aud denies that ored wonder, William King, can flop es to tho fence nrounil the damaged it. overtaken him. any of the largo plans mapped out will his heart from one side to the other and They hnvo never people could understand tho counweighs 11 pounds. stop his pulse nnd feelnoincouvenience. P. S. He be curtailed. On the contrary, he wag try citizens objections if they didn't given several millions moro to invest und Then ho pulls his bowels up in his neck, Clardy is the onlv tho Magic City is preparing for have livery stables to hitch in. is stated that Dr. another stuffs his ribs around his stomach and ofllco who is kick- big boom. for Tho writer attended the London degood as new. puts them back as candidate for a State committee's action fixing Sibley nnd Farmer Wat- bating society for the first time Friday Constable ing over the "Caatorla is so well uUptod to children that Caatorla curra Colic, Constipation, The old 'coon hunter of the Louisville son were matching dollars in Kemper night, nt Laurel Seminary, and was both May 13th for the convention and that ho Sour Btouiacb, PUxrhciMj, Eructation, I recommend It u superior to any prescription "tho easy manKills Worm, gives sleep, and promote dl- asked Gen. CuBtleman to call tho Times, fresh from the woods, is moved county, Tenn., when a dispute arose. surprised and gratiQud at has known to me." II. A. Archik, M. I),, 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N, Y, committee to consider his objections. to remark: McCreary got his Richmond Sibley slapped Watson in the face and ner the debaters presented their views. I Wlt&out Injurious medication. Of course this will not ho done and the public building bill signed by tho presi- Watson drawing his pistol, shot him. As Peter Cooper Everaoleand "Fatty" JohnThm CtXTAca Commnt, 7J" Murray Street, V. Y. doctor will be forced to submit like a dent. When ho goes after a 'coon the Sibley was dying tao called Watson and son deserve special praise. The debatTfiiliylfl hm or continue in the foolish varmint waives the formality of a akot said, "It wm a cowardly act Frank, but ers are exclusively Laurel Seminary "PI ' -- NAti&JS . -ji a Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal M EXTRAORDINARY CLOTHING SALE WALTON. 4 And cut them deep. Such are the orders received from our Mr. Urban is at present in the Eastern markets. Rend the following tetter as its contents are highly important: lo lhc Louisville Store, Stanford, Ky.: WEW YORK, FEB. $6, 1S91 nf 9r rn,7e IJav? da lmrphascd an immense line It is needless say will carry out the abort smallest details. will hold forth the Creates instructions hill me puutic. T,JZZt rc1"ce lhe " ""dTM32$f S fig-ure- d Cxl&EJ1!? 4BARGAINS ST ORE Proprietor. In Dry Goods.. ions, Hats, Gents' Furnishing Siors, Boots, pets, Straw Matting for this at price. Call earl and pick out the cheapest Suit you ever bought your life, at THE LOUISVILLE i'- it consul-gener- al ; iPlows ! A Tif-to- n, 1 Stanford Lumber Yard, 1 LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, y WOViKUT WIRE A2TO SXiAT FENCE. FXHST LUMBER TTARX). j jr. (J b; fostebT - Kd-wa- 12,-2- 50 bus-ines- s, STAPLE AJSTD FABTCnr GROCERIES, bt-fo- re by-law- s court-hous- e. llluo-grn- It Infants and Children stu-dwiU- i. -- :.rsc?cs - 1Mil u -- MUM.. T " fftm -- 7.- t.-- T'S" ("W "" . Semi-Week- ly 3 InteriorJouknal Ivy , Stani-okd- , K.O.WAUTON, MEANS La dim' under wear nt prices that will Dit. and Mng. H. K. IIouiiioak, of Marion, nro up on n visit to tho family of pay you to examine. Severance & Son. II. C. Kupley. Go and examine the lino of clothing 3, 1891 and'yTcInIty. for men, hoys and children, just receivMahcii city ed. Joe S. Jones. Oath, cIovit iuhI timothy seed at J. H. Or Vol' can get ! cento per pound HUS. MnnDROf Kostur'H. your live geese feathers, opposite Fort Kims nantud nt highest tnnrkut price. man House. Joe S. Jones. II. F. limit. BUSINESS. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ' IIkiiikst iimrkut prico p:iid for Youn account Is Vfuis. due nml ready. Call J oo S. Jont'H. XoitTiiiiit.v tecd outH for nale. V. II. Wearen. 11. T , mil Buttle and oblige A. H. l'enny. PERSONAL POINTS. K. A Call Mn. John L. Ki.kin Iiuh none to Kan- nil. Waiiniiii's Health Corset wis City on buHinetm. Gkoikik K. Stunk, Khi., of Liberty, is Cash Bargain Store. Joe S. Jones. 1 My spring suitings are arriving. and sen them. II. C. Itupley. nttho free heroonU'nal biiHiuetM. Ui:mi:miiiiii Miks Kmma Dodiw has returned to the Woody Hros'., hitr xelifKil in JeHamine. Miss Aknik Wiiav has none to Louisville to lay In her spring millinery. Miis. S. C.TitfKiiK.MiT, of MillursliurK. was tho Client of her brother, a. S. My-ur- s. concert at the Christian church Miss Jennie M. Harlan, of Boyle, and Mr. 0. D. Anderson, of Pittsburg, were married at tho residence of Jnmes L. Harlan, Saturday, by ltov. E. M. I Green. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will I nmVll fllliir I nt IIUIUUII .nf ..... IIUIUU ItV Pitt ol.ilr.t Weacknowledgo receipt of invitation to tho inarringu of Middlesboro's excellent chief of police, Capt. V. M. Hill, C01.. John S. May says it seems to be bo to Miss Grace Gordon, which will occur Bottled that the C. S. Shops nro to nt Verona, Mo., on the 2.")th, nnd hero's removed from Somerset to Hurgiu and hoping him and his good luck nnd hapthe people are almost panic stricken. Al- piness. ready subscriptions to the amount of Senntor Mandeison, of Nebrnska, S50.000 have been raised to induce the was chosen president pro tempore in the company to let them remain. .. place of Ingalle. The jailer of Hell, J. M. Johnson, nnd Tho X. X. & M. V. has decided to Deputy Sheriff Ilobert Slusher delivered build its shops at Lexington, where it Kb Gooden, who murdered Marshal Coo-ver- will employ 200 men. and James Hownrd, who Blew n Figures show in 10 years 12,315 I s s t, JTotico of Incorporation. Notice l hertbv given that A. C Sine, lohn N Menrfcc, Joieph Severance, I. M Ilrjce, Thomas I,. Shclton, Jomi A. Allen, j. 11. 1'axton anil tlieir aiiociates have incorporated themselves under the name ol " 1 he Odd Fellows' Hall Association ot Stanford Ky " The object tl the Incorporation is to purchase a site in Stanlord, Ky , and erect tlieruon a bricl. buildinc according tsnuch plans and specifications i may be agreed on. The aulhomod capital stocV is $12,000, divided into shares ot $100 each and payable in weekly in itallmentsnt 50 cents on each share. I ho corporation shall commrnce Feb. 34, 1E91, and continue twenty-fivjears. The affairs of the corporation are to be conducted by a Hoard of seven Director", a President, a Secretary and Treasurer, to be elected annually the first Tuesday in January. The highest amount oi indebtedness or liability to which the corporation can subject itself is e ALEXANDER'S LouisvlJlo, - HOTEL," Seventh and Market Streets, Kentucky, 2. WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAR Having sold nut our entire interest in the hotel, on Jefferson street, we have moved to our old stand thst wc o rupied for years so successfully on Seventh an Market streets, are now fitting it up in elegant shapr new throughout and the outfit will in oery way be elegant, including one of Hale's Safety Paenger and llageage Elevators with all the late improvrmcnts. We Tint all of ourold friends to o me and see us in our old home. We promise you that our rooms, table and service shall bo second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. Jo II. Alexandr, wants to be remembered to all our lady friends and she will be glad to see them and give them n hearty re eption. Fare $ per day. 101 JO. II. ALEXANDER. Manager. 1 1'nv.ite property nf the stockholders shall be ex empt from corporate debts. Feb 14,1801 A C. SINK. JOHN N. MF.NFKEK, JO.SU'H SF.VKRANCE, I M. II RUCK. DR. L. II. COOK, PHYSICIAN Oflice over McRoberts' AND SURGEON, II ror.NDs granrlated sugar for SI, Arbuckle's collet' ' cents per pound, nt the Cash Bargain Store. Fui.i, line of Stibley's, and other makes of ladies', Misses' and children's r f i -- Lirri.K Maiiy, daunhter of Mr. and Mrs M. I". Klkin, is very low with puetimouia. Mn. V. S. Wahiiijn is building him n house on his sister's lot in the Dooloy-vill- e suburb. Ahis. J. II. YacihiuiihI Mr. Will YXer, of iouisvllle, are KiiosUi of Mrs. A. W. Carpenter. Miss Minnik CiH'ii. was the m"1 of Miss May Helm on her return to Lelm-vofrom tiiirnird. Miis. Maiitiia I'avton returned yester day from a lengthy visit to Mrs. A. S. Motl'ett, ut Midway. Miw. L I). V i.tiin and sou, John, of of Monticello, arethu guesU of herbroth-er- , Mr. John I. Davis. MishAnmic Hi'iisT, of the College, went with her father, Mr. K. II. Hurst, of lUrbourville, to Ixniisville, Sunday. Mns. PoiituuSandidok and Miss Lucy MvarJey have returned homo after u week's visit to Misses Licciu and Mainio n shoes. . Severance t Son. Wit have the finest lino of dress goods Complete line of ever in this city. blacks in all grades; many novelties in pattern lengths. Come early and get choice. Severance A Son. An otter hide o feet long is among Frank Rout's collection of pelts. The animal was caught on Mr. Ridley Hill's place ami was one of the largest and prettiest ever i in this section. mm-i- Tin: Rockcastle people seem to have done a little "resoluting" themselves from which it appears that they are no more anxious to keep company with the (iiirnrdites than tho latter are with them. Tin: Advocate " that Jasper Rlnck-ortwas given two yimrs by the Royle circuit court for maliciously shooting and wounding Mneajah Row soy. Dave Uruinlleld, n negro hog thief, got the same term. Douiii.k Kii.li.nii. At Grays, a mining town in Knox county, Abner Mitchell cut John Woods to death and was him- Mdf shot and killed by John Ingle, a They were natives friund of Woods. ami a bad set generally. y Huazley. Mn. and Miw. Tom Mwtcai.k leave this week for Lexington, where they will make their futuru home. V aiiu i j.n Jessumine Journal. Km ". 7 if .t Miss has beeome mi "ssleslady" in the store of Severance & ion and will no doubt prove ipiite an p noiiiiitioii to it, Kn C. I Iorrint, formerly of Ijinraster, Tiik Slurtevant Rros. and others propose to put up water works nt but at present secretary of the for Danville, if tho city will take 05 fire race course, is said to be n candidate neighborhood particu day ot plugs nt SWj. The Advocate thinks, Secretary of State. Tiik muutiiiK of the Teachers' Aesocin-tio- n Terms mide known on I.nlcy sale For ky Stanford, lars address I'om t Dii. Stkklk IUii.ky was called to Ml. liow ever, that this is too steep nnd is Baptist church Friday nt the MRS. ANNIE M. I.Abl.EV iitd Vernon again Sunday to sue Mr. J. V. rather of the opinion that tho proposi- wna well nttt'inU'd by all, save thofeo esHroun's little son, Conn, who does not tion will not be accepted unless consul pecially expected. A very fiinall numerably modified. improve very much. ber of tencliern wis present, but what Mn. K. C. Walton linds time in the COMPANY. Watkii Woiiks Co. bus found they lacked in quantity we suppose they Tiik general rotiml of enjoyment that a visit thnt there are two other springs that can made up in quality. Theexercises begun to bis old home brings to send us anoth bo used, outside of tho Welsh spring, by some sweet muffle by theehurcli choir, We, the undersigned, J, K. I'eton, John S. Hughes. Maste'soti l'cjton Charles K. Sturte-vaer readable letter for this issue. of water led by Mr. Joe F. Waters on the and lieort:e W. .iturtevant, Jr , do ashociate from which an ample supply Gib- - ourselves together and become an incororacd Mn. Jacoii OrrKMitiiMKii, of can be obtained at about tho same cost cornet, after which Kev. John Hell company pursuant to the provisions ol Chapter j6, w bom all our people appreciate of Kentucky. and the advisability of using tho Tate eon led in prayer. Stint. W. F. McClary General Statutes of the corporation be 1 he i. Ihe name for the good work ho has done for the spring is being considered. An analysis Rave an intemttinc and earnest talk on Stanford Water Works Company andshall general its shillbe place of transacting county, arrived Sun lay to look after his of it show Bit to bo unusually pure. thu Needs of Our Schools, from which o( Stanford, Lincoln business Kentucky in the city countv interests here. we gathered that it would bo easier to a l he general nature ot tne business oi ine cor shall De i trie consiruriion ana mainie. Mit. John R. FAiiiussayp, "talk about enumerate what they do not need than poration a Will Shanks has reached the point n.inceof system of Water Works for the supply I've got one that I will what they do. Among othar things bo of water for pay to the city of Stanlord and the which comes in the life of every young your pnrzles, of Rowland and to the man when ho tliiukn he can write poe- give tlie best suit of clothes at Stagg & advocated it graded tehool in Stanford, inhabitants thersof thcieof. tonThe construci) and the inhabitants a sstem of gas or elecol and try. See his maiden ellbrt in this paper McRoberts to any person who w ill solve which Prof. J. W.Smith predicted would tion lightsmaintenance of Stanford and in the town tric in the city it, I have 21 bogs nnd want tokillthem bo in operation before ten years have of Rowland, and to charge and receive pay for nnd do not be too hard on him. lights. The mabufaaure and sale ot arJohn S. Owsi.kv, Jit., lyjij , was dis in 0 days, killing nn odd number each gone. Prof. Itupley, of Boylo, Mr. such ice. 4 3 The acquisition of all such real tificial required estate us patched to Frankfoit Sunday by Judge day. It can be done. The first correct Goodknightand others also discussed and personalcorporation may be speiified for conducting the aboo answer gets the suit of clothes " capital stock of the association shall The Varnon to find tho law granting the the question. Mies Aliro Stuart read a be3. sctenty.five thousand ($75,000) dollars, to be 11 county court the right to increase the electric carefully prepared paper on "Whither divided into sharesof oneto thousand dollars each, Now is the time to strike for is to be paid levy beyond 10 cts. for county purposes. wo Drifting," and tho subject was and which nt fcurh times and the Treasurer f the in such oronortiotls P.mimiv lights. Tho Water Works Co., has re- aro A I.12TTKH from Uev. II. M. Linney, further discussed by Profs. Smith, Good as shall fie required by the Hoard of Uioectorsof right to put in a plant, if served tho the Company, formerly of Danville, informs us that be knight, and Gnnstead, of Uoyle, allot a. Thn omoration shall commence on the ?sth deemed ndvisable, and a contract can be da vol February 1801, and terminate at the end of inis living for a while at Gordouvllle, Va., whom thought that tho educational fifty so years trom that date made with it now, before it guto its enclimbing and 5 The alT.ursot the Company shall be conductand that be has "caught on" beautifully to terest was not drifting, but gine, at a more satisfactory rate that laed b a Hoard ot five Directors, oue of liom shall and grntifyingly. As be elected President. The Hoard of Directors whole the boom that seems to ailed that gasoline street growing rapidly ter. There aro shall be e'ected annually by the shareholders on section. Miss Cettie Thurmond had some the first Saturday ot August of each year. Hut SWO a year. They usual, A.sd Miw. John S. May, of Som- lamps, which cost over Watch Inspector L. & N., Cot. well. until the first election, the incorporator herein and give a thing interesting to say and said it named shall constitute the Directors of the Com erset, arrived Sunday on a visit to Mr. burn less than half the night Prof. G. U.Fry exp.itiated on tho Mis- ti.uiv .. .Dealer Id 6 The highest amount of irdebtcdncss or liaFielding Thurmond. The colonel left very unsatisfactory light besides. Ten takes in Teaching in a way which showbility to whuh the corporation can at any time electric lights would give nbout 10 times next day to attend to bis duties In tho It. SUUietl llCII snail U.cc iiiij tiivitouiiu iocost no more. ed he had been a keen observer. clocks dollars. constitutional comentiou, but Mrs. M. as much light ami would Davis was not present and Prof. Fry 000 Ine private properly 01 iiicorporai'jrs nu 7 council Iro Would it not bo well for the city is to be exempt from corporate debts. Mill remain some time. to atlirm tharf holders hands February 14, 1S91 . Witness our and see if it can was called into service again S?Repairing neatly and promptMn. HoiiKitT Fkn.ki. has received a let- to consider the question J. F. I'KVION, that Nature has more to do with tho forarrangements by which tho j.S HUGHES, from Giles Hros. k Co., Chief of the not make ly done. ter than education, and MASTEHSON PEYTON. lights could be more hat- - mation ofcharacter CHAS. F. S l'UKTEVANT, "Watch Inspection Department of tho L. monov spent for acquitted himself well. Prof. Smith arGKO.W. STL'RTEAANT JR. A iS, saying that bis work gave satisfac- isfnetorily expended? lly Chas. F Slurtevant. gued for tho negative of tho question tion and that tho change was ihhuo for Dallas, Texas, says ami tho discussion grow quite lively, till A nisi'ATcii from will take old gold or silver in exchange ior goods. (Stanford, Ky.) other reasons than any fault with him. that Win, Clark Cash was to hnvo ap- Prof. Chappel! got up and said they were Everything for the Orchard, Lawn, farier. I Cait. W. J. Wash, who has been road plied for bail yesterday under a writ of all talking to hear themselves talk, withmaster on tho main lino of tho 1C. 0., habeas corpus. Ho Bays ho can give out knowing what they were talking Why not buy direct from the grower, when you t You w ill save mon- Trees. Plants or has boon appointed general road master bail for auy reasonable amount. Tho about. Prof. Smith floored him with a ey and get stock true Vinesname Wc employ no to ot that road, including all its branches. dispatch further says that the publica- broadsido and tho meeting adjourned in agents, Int sell direct to the planter. Millions of our Tree, Plants and Vines are bearing everyIs a question asked the Grocer every day. Tho captain's friends horo are proud of tion of Cash's rather unsavory record in general good humor. It ia a pity tha t where in Kentucky and judged by their fruit. Nursery Catalogue his promotion, which they aro satisfied Kentucky and the part his wife played more of tho teachers do not tako interest A Strawberryto and general HIELKNMKYER, on IE F. application Lexington, Ky. Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at certainioj im is deserved. in the suits for damages instituted by in tho association. They would Mn. John S. Wklw, tho steady and her husband ngainst proihinent men at ly bo benefited and the benefit would bo popular, young pharmacist at W. 13. their old homo in Kentucky, has had a felt in tho - -left yesterday via Louisville to marked effect upon tho public. The dny Mn. Hannah Fair Ward wishes to sell her Ocit readers aro still at work on tho to following the killing of Young public visit his mother at Tampa, Fin., Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, great ho is greatly devoted and which sentiment npplauded tho act, now the Bright puzzlo, which has created a whom Rolled Oats and Wheat, Tickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried is convincing proof that ho is an excel- feeling against tho prisoner is very bit- deal of interest. Many who aro not in Where the has been kept until recently. Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, e In good repair. tho habit of consulting tho Biblo have Dwelling and lent young man. ter. Cash has retained Col. Russell, ono lt Ukoikjk li. Wkaiikn went down to of tho leading criminal lawyers of tho brushed tho dust and cobwebs from it Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip recnnd tried their hand nt a solution, with ilurrodsburg to see if Bomu missing Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, Stato to defend him. moro or less success. Tho following or more old, ord books, a hundred years N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. IIkniiy Loo an, tho negro who shot havo sent answers sinco our last: Lot on Main Street in Stanlord were in tho clerk's ollico there, but ho W. Spragens, Towers Store. , did not Had them. Some heirs nro try- Charley Greenlcaf in the leg at a ball Containing 10 acras. Mrs. J. W. Kastin, Pittsburg. ing to prove their claim to the land on and broke tho bone, had an examining easy. T. R WALTON, Stanfcrd Terms trial Saturday and was held in $;100 bail, J. A. Fowler, Liberty. which Middlesboro now Btands TurnhuU, Ottenlieim. U. Walton in- which he could not make. It wits provMiss Eva A lettkk from Mr.T. MXLTi. E. Price, Liberty. CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. forms us that ho bo baa gone into busi- ed thnt ho said ho was going to tho ball, I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somer-- ;t Gn., having purchnsed a that ho had as good n gun as anybody P. P. Nunnelloy, Stanford. ness nt Atlanta, nke. 7 miles Iroin Stanford nnd arr prepared A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. paying grocery store on n busy thorough-far- and that ho intended to kill two negroes, to furnish any kind of LI MilFK. SHINGLES, Honey, Syrups, Molasses, Tea, Ac . at LOWEST PRICES. I will sell tha lum Sugar, vulgar epithet nt tho same timo. CofTee, Miss Eillo Warren, Stanford. Since ho couldn't Hud an opening using a bcrat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give Meal. Lard, Flour, Candles, Shelby City. appar- By the timo he got to tho ball ho had me a trial 1'astoflUe, MAYWOOI), KY. Mrs. M.N. DePauw, Vinegar, Starch, Salt, here, wo are glad to know ho has I ihestnut shingles at Stan, deliver comparatively been informod that his girl had been Davis, Medicine Lodge, Kas. fordwill Ilowland sawed 25 per M. Mrs. J. 0. at $1 or ently found a good thing A ll.UASTIN GOODS: ejected for misbehavior and when he Itev. A. J. Pike, Lovol Green. near to us. suffered n stroke of went in ho raised a row with Jim Mason II. Pollard, Marksbury. Oiiakley Giiken Extracts, Flavoring Maccaroni, Cheese, Spices, Shortly afterwards ho pulled Bureh Buchanan, Crab Orchard. paralysis a few days ago, which affected Currants, prunes, Utron, Fitts, to shoot with TJnins. Andrew Buchanan, Crab Orchard. his whole side, but ho is gradually gain- out his pistol and began 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, stated, lie claims Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, ing the use of his limbs. His rolatives the result as nbovo Parlor and Hall Lamps, The legislature was given the power Both desirable homes. For information and no doubt that tho that he had no intention of Bhooting Queensware and Tinware. tell us that they hiwo ttrnn, address tho offices ol ehorllT ami of cigarettes, of which they Greenleaf, but hia reckless use of a pis to consolidate excessive use MRS, SUSIE S. ADAMS, dfc room shows he was not jailer whenever and wherover it is ityi West Main Street, were not aware, has had considerable to tol in a crowded Lexington, Ky. . 9. deemed expedient. who caught a ball. particular condition. woman, to the jailer here yesterday. miners have lost their lives while bur104.1m Hoth were sent up for life, when no rowing in the bowels of tho earth. doubt they should have beu hung, and Fighteen blocks, including the Bapboth have taken appeals. Mr. Johnson tist church and many residences, weie says 10 of the jury were for hanging burned at Herman, N. Y., Saturday (.i ood in and 11 for hanging Hownrd. night. The rl8t Congress will spend Wintkii went out like a roaring lion more of tho people's money than indeed and spring was ushered in in any of its predecessors, and create untold like stormy manner. Saturday it biiow-ed- , millions of dollars of deficiencies, to be blowed nnd roared and Sunday wits a provided for by its Buccessors. most disagreeable day with tho mercury The shipping subsidy raid was Gen. Greeley bad proph- downed Friday by n vote of Mil to 142 to downto20 esied 10", but fortunately it didn't get recommit, but the postal subsidy bill fared that low. The farmers are alarmed better, being passed by 1 12 to 120. The Goods nbout their wheat nnd fruit nnd already latter authorizes tho postmaster general nn omnious shnko of tho head bIiowb to enter into contract with American that they have something sure enough citizens forenrrying mails on American rain anil steamships between I nited Mates ports to grumble about now. and foreign ports, Canada excepted, warmer weather is predicted. the mail service to he dtstrihuted among Tiik regular court of levy convened Atlantic, Mexican, 1'acitlu and Gulf ports. yesterday, but had not reached the point of making the levy last evening. It is new ADVERTISEMENTS. claimed thnt the court has no authority tax and the return of to levy a Mr. Owsley, who went to Frankfort to find if there is, was awaited till Sealed bids will be received for the erection of a white House 3, Orders were made continuing those who School Mi.p.k in ,anf S ..I...1 District No.Bj. l2. l. , .vy. M. Mil.. ).. U, 11B..IJIU, .! hrt .'l, were receiving assistance from the county o'clock p m. Fcr plans and I,specifications, apply the at on the list till the October term and at the utiueol rcxervCounty ipenntendant bid We staiifird the right to accept any given or reject all bids lor saiie allowing interest to the Stanford and (JEO A BENEDICT. Chairman. and Highland & Waynesburg PORTER ROIHNSON Trustee. companies on the notes they gave. The delinquent list was received from Sheriff T. D. Newland and rend, but tho numI will sell to the highest bidder on ber allowed had not been settled. The following justices were present: Hugh 13, 1891, Sargeant, M. S. Rastin, Geo. W. Young, County court day) in front ol the court house in Stanford, Ky , my Charles lloone, J. 12. Lynn, George W. A. Cbnppell, L. R. Adams, G. 151 Acres, Carson, J. Farm I). Smiley nnd John M. Hail. FUe miles Iron Stanford, Id the Walnut Flat S200,-000,0- that JOHN A AI.LKN, J. II. 1'AXION Titos ,. SHHIroN, STANFORD, KY. Drug Store Residence, James li Owens' property at the junction 01 iius tonvllle and Danville pikes 1 co-c- -H- .,jRUPLEY,Is Receiving His 11 jtmkmmM FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. -- Give him a call. FOR 15 DAYS- - To-da- y MY ENTIRE OF STOCK 3ST- o- Boots, iSlioes, Queenswaro, 20-ce- To Contractors. II ik 1111. to-da- ...! 4 m I WILL CO AT C o ST. Now is your chance. Call and be convinced. tions, Etc., IB. IE"1. IELOTTT, Poriman Block. PUBLIC SALE. Jlonclay, April of SPRING GOODS. nif-li- Articles ol Association m aims wlmlig Our Spring Goods are now coming in and we nt New-Yor- m have received most of our Clothing, Hats, and Men's Furnishing Goods. You are invited to call. Stagg & McRoberts. R0BT. FE2T2EL, . v :S0-od- d IIW - mmw, WllEi 104-i- All Work Warranted. Fine Walclics a Specialty. "WHAT HAVE Y01T GOT TO BAT?" ts, Bchool-room- s. FOR, SALE. post-oflire A. A. WA.RREN"S "IMODEIi CIROCERY:" Property at IHcKinney, store-hous- lUJ-- . FOR SALE! 1 1 ITEW SAW Fine and Staple Groceries, FARINACEOUS o. 43-- ty "Mid-dleto- n. FOR BAUE. T AUKIS HAIIDI2T. K V dwithb iiiw4i.. ,.. w r V Semi-Weekly Interior Journa: Published Evory Tuesday and Friday My First Cigar. Ah, well do I remember When imitating 'Twas in the mild November I smoked my first cigar. - CHURCH AFFAIRS. 'pi" A Dan'l Boone was bought. 8'J JPICU, YJCA-U.IJs- .VDVaYNCIB $2.50 will be eharged."V MTVVhen not to paid And on that smiling day I went for this 1 thought To waft my cares away. I smoked a , K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. little while Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. ra., returning S'L & M. LOCAL TIME Mailtrata going ' " " Eipress train " " " Loral Freight Without a consequence, Hut soon I ceased to smile And soon hnng.o'er the fence. As by the scent, the hound Docs chase from off afar, My father that way tound, I'd smoked my first cigar. He snatched from off an dm tree A long and limber limb, And many a lick he gave mo For him. CARD. North ....U 30 pra .. South 3'Pm South 1159pm North 311am North 659 am South.. 5 tap m The latter trains alo carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minutes faster SOYA! 9B KB Ard through youth's stubbornness I smoked that cigar s mate, And now, I must confrss, 1 lie habit is my fate. To cease "papas" 'tis meet, For the son steps in the scar Left, by his father's feet. And smokes his first cigar. Now boys, think not it's nice To do like your papa; Please take my kind advice, Don't smoke jour first cigar. ir KflpYALHWV. sitem? J Vk,, SURCKO.V DENTIST. united with tlio Office Jon Main street, over W, II, Mc Roberts' hero Sunday. Christian chinch rutr Drug Store, Stauftrd. The collection for foreign missions ; at the Cliristinn church Sunday amountSALE. ed to over $10. Ounrnntood Curo for Ijii Grippe. offer for sale privately my Karm of 85 Acres, j The Somerset Reporter sn.ys the to sell you We anthoriir our advertised i miles south Discottry for Consumption, pike. It is In a of SUnlord.ol near the Somerset. at tho Methodist church there Dr. Kind's CNew upon this condition: If meeting Coughs and olds, )ou in); in grass hut high stile has cultivation, all be. nil tho neccmary 15 acres; r. artllcteil with I. a firutiHi ind ill use this rem has resulted in 70 conversions. buildings, edy actotdlhK to direction, giving it a fair trial able place is well watered and fenced and a devlr. The officers of the Christian church and expermee no benefit, you may return the but- Stanford, generall). Call on or address neat ky male tle desire a full attendance of tho member- thisami luve ourof money relu'ndml Weof Or. O. A l'KYION. tho wonderful succc offer heiaiite morning at 11 o'clock, King's New Discovery tl urine last senon epiship next Sunday hoard of no case in which it failed. demic when the report ot tneir meeting on Ir it Ilasc bottles Treo at A. R I'enny'n dnig I Ttinl store I Htnc sue 50c and $1. Saturday previous will be made. Tho illness of Uev. Sam Jones comIJulkliii- - I.otH Good Looks. GoihI looks are more than sVin deep, depending pelled the directors to close the Florida In the corporate limits of Rowland unon a hesllhv condition ef all the siUI ereuns. It Sub tropical Exposition it Jacksonville. the liver be inaitivu you h.ic a biltostt luok, it 8 II J. DARST. Rowland. our sioiii.il li be dltcrdercd sou haso a dyspeptic Thoy concluded it would bo useless to look and if ynurttdne)s be atreclnl you a Vs r Tim you attempt to run tho show witnout that pinched look. Secure your health and grunt will alhave pood looks. Klectric Hitters Is the SALE OR ecclesiastical monkey. ter atue and tonic, acts directly 011 these vital llavini: remrved mv Ilarber choo to the f.om Cures pimples, mvrcial ilotel, I am prbpannl to accnmmodale la It was 100 years ago yesterday since gtod complexion Soldblotches,K both and giss .1 dru;; PHny" as at A. as ginilemen anyming The Very Desirable Residence dle in well line, cunuren inalso waiiril they may John Wesley, tho founder of Method- store, v1 cents per bottle on call win my J laSK THOMPSON. "nuie. ism, died, at the ripe old aire of 81. Mo lot on Danville street T h house is InCommcri tal Hold. Mrs. W. T. Anderson, of Greenville, And in kshhI repair and contains t kk.wi 'lit sard is was a remarkable mnn and no other in MihS., shot her husband with revolver large and beautitul anj altogether modem times has in a greater degree given her by her paramour. Tho Placo la 0110 of tho Moot left the impress of his personal in tint1 tiro in Town. Miles' Nervo nnd IMvor Plllu This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and upon the religious history of tho world. others not 10 tiespvst on our lands without Acton a iicv principle reulatmi the User. Will sell or rent 011 easy uteris. as all such will be prosecuted t the t stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new K VARNON. MlSb MAR Logans Creek rind Dlx River. Hr. Milts' Pills speeslily cute bitios. rxlciil of thr law SiK'ieil. discovers tt Mrs. L. B. Cook The licst SiUve iu the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever sore., tetter, chapped hands, chllblsins, corns and all skit, cruj) tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay cd. It is Ktmrantecd to Rivo perfect satisfactior, Price 5 cents per box. or money refunded. For sale by A R. Penny, SUntord, Ky. w drii(-K- it Bucklon's Arnica Salvo fflH5 Dr. A. S. PRICE, FARM FOR iij fifeSaijiP 1 1 1 Wi. RWtM'aPJHsi oo-i- m For Salo Twcnly hi or-n- t) FOR RENT. fl " 11 Do-litfht- POSTED. Mi. AI.ICK Mrs I lull-es- 1 POWDER Absolutely Puro Highest of A cream of tarter baVing powder U. S. Government Reall in leavening strength. port Aug. t7, 1889. thousand lambs in Garrard at 0 cents for RICMAR55 C. WARREN Mity delivery and 5 for June and to July 10. Is a Candidate for Auditor of the S'ate ot subject to the will of the Democratic party. An average crop of hay in the United States is estimated at 40,000,000,000 R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. tons, and the value estimated at $3S7,- Ken-ucky. W. E. Anion and Tinsley Spoona-mor- e UniHjualed for men, women, children Smalhsst. mildest, surest so doses ai cents. Simples free can boast of having the best orotic atA.lt Penny's, Stan fcrd w. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. of wheat in our neighborhood; they will 1Ittrs,cltUH rOi'liir.-mci:- . At J. K. Kern's mulo sale in PdiisCO hide a rabbit any where. Mr. Alex Iloltz-cla1 iM b the Tbesi mi" averaged about $140. p is rejoicing over the arrival of a hPu-- t mi k p iik !' r "' -iln undv p'lttl Willi U ittl islKIt jri'lM r t !liull. it Is 0. A. Ketltl hits for salo IS long year- young George Washington, that came IHOlVKltitn- - ail. '. thr I .( Nt ibi rtst i( 11 ) JDiinM wiiteit and ling mules and 5 long lm to his house on tho 22d. I wish to in S,s tinesin il.tv. is lT to 1 'itM .NV wornlm- - tht-rIn l.stVsHI tin '" Fort Sale. A good milk cow with a form our interesting and newsy Gilberts nrf so manv Honrt Ht symptom ir sh i.n- s i li mi. whrn Creek scribe to the Central Record, as young calf. Apply to Jno. M. Mcltob-ert,JIf or stiin..rti. H HtetlitK. iu n in in' In unit, ho asks so particularly through its col- choking or Ihr. al.ipproM..oiih linn fllonhokiss- -, smo n- r sr sin' en iiimsrv I did not return from a party ele. l)r rmnH ih Mim-s- ' JJnv llsirr ciiitc la D. X. I'rewitt lias bought several umns why K until after 12 o'clock the next day,- - that tho only rvin or Sulil by A. I'i ij w ' Willi m II. Shanks. ness, bad tte, torpid liver, pihn, coMStlputloti Slainotd, Ky M CAS23: : 1. I. 11KCK, V M. WAUK, W A. COM hY C RKVNOLDS I S I R. II COOPKR, I W I KWBIllt URIMrS, r M IIAK.M.I II J PHII.I.IP" IIWOIIMAN. A MARTIN. I IIKl'CK. DARS1'. slK rir! 1 - fr-- I. Paid For Hides and Fur. THE COHHERClfIL .AT J II HOTEL 1 - OWKNS, Manager, - r. 1 I - ,. K w r h ELKIN Stanford, & CO.'S, Ky. Harroclsburg, - Kentucky. nr 11 DENTIST. up stairs. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless e,.ract,g.TANFoKDi KENTUCKY, Penn, which was bought some years ago during the oil excitement by Chicago speculators for $1,500,000, was sold recently at a tax sale 000,000. A farm at Pithole, 1 1 i ; i 1 I f. 4 I W for $100. Lucien Laaley's Hart Wallace, the fine Longfellow colt, is being admired A Horrible Death. by all who visit Churchill Downs and Office South side Main street, in office recently Capt. Thomas, of the British ship Meit is confidently predicted that hu will rioneth, reports witnessing a horrible vacated by Dr. L, F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. win the Derbv. sight in Burmah, on it recent voyage to 5. M. BRUCE, The Association of Western Bookport. MONDAY, IVJARCH 9, 1891, makers have contracted to pay $10S,400 that caught piloting a stable, for the betting pi ivileges of the Latonia of A native was into sacred places, party llelccn the hours of 10, A. M , and j, P M.. be- Englishmen the fore the door In Stanford, soil to the spring and fall meeting at which there penalty of which is death. The man highest srANlOUD.RY. bidder, fer cash in hand, the folkiwlng racing. will be 43 days was seized and nailed to the nearest lands, or somuch thereof as may be necessary te SPECIAL A EN1 ION to COMMERCIAL J. W. Gudgel sold to Thomas satisfy the amount ef taxea due aforesaid, tree. and mules bought and sold travelers. llocsts 100 slop hogs weighing 100 lbf., In describing the horrible scene, Capt. s. hor.esand vehii les used in livery Only STANFORD PRECINCT. at 3A cents. John W. Gudgel sold to Thomas said: "The poor wretch I saw Years. Name Aerei Ta. Louis liamscy, of Lexington, a nice jack nailed to the tree lived three days. ltaker, Hugh a lAyo.. U s During that time tho natives gathered Ilailey, Ihetuat 40 '3;, W, af, a.. HOUSE, for $400. Anderson News. 7J . a ( i Lot sold SOO bushels of around him and threw his infamy at Craig, Klem Ed O'Daniel, Jr., "S7 .. . te Harriet S J. H unEER, Proprietor, oata at 02 cents per bushel. J. B. him on overy occasion. His naked body Carr, Green, town ea let Gentry, 4 je Iif and ass.., Thompson has sold 100 slop cattle, to be was covered with inobquitoes, and tow- Gentry, Hinds - " t; to ex.. i 'S9 and9K., delivered when the slop be.tsou is over, ard tho end his mouth opened and Hies Giveos Anthony, heirs" s at reasonable rates. First class accommodatio-.eo crawled over his swollen tongue. Spon- Giveas, Top Open lUy ind night. Samplo room and good livery at 4.Go. Lebanon Enterprise. ' and in connection. factory in the ges saturated with water were fastened IIIII, Wiatt The largest olive oil ft Hamncr, Jamra 'H, 89 and ow... ...... ) 90 world will soon be built at Los Guilicos, to bamboo canes and held within n few Hansford, Mary, hrs. let 'SI, t$ and ea. 4 J5 in Sonoma county, Cal. The plant will inches of tho victim's mouth, ami as the McPherson, John K, ) and 9a.. ...... 4 ie ' 6 75 ' '88, 8$ and 90 The company has 00 refreshing air from tho cooling liquid Montgomery, Alex Having leased tli Menelee Stable, I now offer cost Si'50.000. '63, 89 and 90. Middleton, George t (5 old trees and is planting was wuf'ed to his brain, tho my NEW Si'AUl.K on Lanciuter street for rent. acres of Roe, Ilettie 11 87, 8S, 84, oe..... j 15, the It lias tn larite Ho Stalls and isMors; very best 700 more. would writhe with agony. Rout, Krsy victim stand for place in the oou'.ty fura Jack and I 4D S7. M, S9. ess.. 1 the coming spavin A largo cistern at the door. The National Tobacco Works, at Toward the end of tho third day it was Terry, John M. 9J Call on or address 87, S3, H V 4 announced that the traitor was dying. Whnley, Jauo f A T NUNNELLKV, Stanford Louisvillo, belonging to Pfingat, 1 'at and 94.. J "5 & Co., have been sold to a cigarAfter the death of the victim an official Warred, March WALNUT FLAT. ette syndicate, in which Manney Bros, with a spear made from tho horn of an and Allen & Ginter, of Kichmoud, Va., antelope, approached tho body and drove Lackey, lien e, M.Se.o.. 5 , it into tho side, and from the wound Kndi, Thoi. 30 are leaders. I am well pie uml '0 bore wells and will do the ' and 99... (rood ir anuer and promptly Fabm. A handsomely bred and flowed blood and water. Immediately Richardson, Hen, hrs 40 work in To tho blood and water begun to How the Richardson, lien, Jr. stallion, with a Great people dispersed." nice At One Dollar a Foot. and Anderson, iS Standee.. 75"l Call on or aiUr'Ss me at SUntord, Kentucky. Patchen cross on top, CRAH ORCHARD. L.T.SMITH. 31 tt hangings Pennsylvania had two which has produced the great Axtell, 7 60 5 '39, to and P" 2:12, Allerton, 2:13, Ac. C. L. Crow, Thursday, William West, for murdering Adams, Elisabeth so m 4e a whole family, and Marsh, for cutting Ilrown, J M. MeKinney. Heck. Wm. 31 his sweetheart's thioat. rT The Richmond Register 6ays J. W. Anderson, J L. e"Psesvoeesee 7 7 5 . 7 uo Griflin, David, Sr. Tho Flnoat on Earth. 'Si te ass. k L. A. Ballard sold to Tennessee ie .V Dayton R R. is Haggand, Allen The ;o 'i5 te H; ) yearling mules 15 hands high at the onlyCincinnati, Hamilton line running Pullman's Perlcctcd Safety Haggand, W G .. a 75 liaa ft Chair, Parlor. Sleeping $02.30. T. J. Curtis sold same 23 at 1ST. Vestibuled Trains, with TUB GREAT IIOUSFJIOLD REMEDY FOR 'if te (jo ..... 65 74 nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, In- Noaks, Elizabeth of corn at dianapolis and Chicago and it tho only line Dr. Patton bought a Rowland, Alfred 97 te 99 M Jo m Cln-- c Through Reclining Chair Cars between Rogers, John, Sr. iuj '87tee J2.90 a barrel. j 75 nnati, Keokuk and bpringfield, III. andSIccping rsStii uxiim 16 te o Stewart, I'.liiabctb, lee jo Ben Campbell bought of Bun Gab-ha- Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, Woods, Mary a 00 'S7andM 50 Only Direct Lino 20 head of good feeding cattle at ' Ilrock, Jesse 9$ Iletween Cincinnati, Dayton. Lima, Tglcdo, DeJ SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. $27. The lamb market has opened firm troit, the Lake Regions and Canada. Karris, E O. hrs. . 9 70 'St) and 90 let sne of The road PRICE 60 CENTS. 48 from G to G cents for June 1st delivery; Ohio and theisonly line the oldest in the State ol Hodge, Wm V -- .. it entering Cincinnati oter 3$ Send three 'M to if lot stamps for freo amrJo middle 0' June 5J conta; July 3 cents. 9 to miles of double track, and from its it record can Norkyke.Mrs. M. bos ana book. ftj and " more tUau assure its patrons speed, comfort and Wren, Nathan 3 9f Hnrrodsburg Democrat. safety. on sale everywhere, and sec that they Tickets There are 14,030,750 horses in the read C , II. AD., either in or out of Cincinnati, Ilrlght, Francis COLORED. to '8 eo...... 2 73 3 Tnited States, 2,200,533 mules, 10.010,-5i- )l Indianapolis or Toledo. McCORMICK, '86 to 90 TAR-OI- D Ilurnside, Sam lot 3 ij E. O ' milk cows, 30,875,64S oxen and other Guest, Green General Passenger and ticket Agent. I lot 3 f) '56 and ya Jones, Green t 30 cattle, 43,131,130 sheep and 50,625,100 ABSOLUTELY PURE, Rice, Andy Jj and 9........ 3 35 hogs and all these animals are on the Tucker, Wm. a a uo '90 FOR KlEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, farms of the country, not counting those WAVNESUURG. AND NURSERY PURPOSES. r in the cities, towns and villages. There AND OTHER PERSONALTV. Klenchpauh, Henry 1S0 9 15 'If and 71.. 'JAIi-OI- D are no mules in the six New England CO., Chicago, Hi! Morton, Geo, W. 'SS ,to ori 10 75 57 1 will sell at public auction at my residence on the States, but they appear in all the other Middleburg Murtm, W. C. 61 'Sand$e.. ..... 5 60 pike, 3 miles from Huslonville, on For .ale by A P. Ienny and M. L. llourne, Polly John II, '87 to 90 s 90 States and Territories 43 StatifjH DR W. B. PENNY, II.tdMri. li A.C.nrJu r.uf Vi.iu.j, Iwl .llvpl business could not be transacted in one two ili.ius.n d )!" mo k'n! im:u I. nte been hv tt it .pirn Shu thoticM in lm o night. Sheep dogs made their first at- ssaa htilijwet ohes, puis mtlo'i. . 5 d 71 nnisN li ekac1 . uilittn nnd er jr i"o tempt one night last week and killed , u !! I'HoUKti ns ini( wilimiitront Iambs for Mr. John Spoonamore. Robt. ftVbytfiitm igtt. li Mrh.n ler sue. c.l Mhe ' is ii'rmttix sly enn-t- t h on- - bet lo G nines uinde a brief visit to his lady coss, A ir' it bot 11.' of I)r Ml ha Kriril ;f ill. m h al in.lTiii lovo at Crab Orchard Sunday. Ho took tie of thi tmely.llliistr.iUd tr atisc jnt t A It I'e r s with him a half gallon of sorghum mo- Uru More ru ri Oiiuiimtiun ,11., 4 iruuU-lasses. We have olten heard of giving a It. girl tally, but this in the first timo we have heard of molasses given in the n-n I went on business, and such important S'lfly isitasuis) tt liny. Farmers Bank& Trust Co. OK hTANIORD, KY , Is new fully organticd and ready for 1 have taken charge .1 this popular hot'l and imem! to run It in a first cla.i manner in every rrspect Itisbeinir, papered and pa in till Irew-le- p In bottom, the bed .ling it being tenotatcd and eje r thing dope t. make it titrtiant and romferl-ableTguests 1 hetable shall never be surpassed by hetclsin this section J II. OWKNS. ni busmen with Spooial Bargain. Bluo-Gra33 tii-- raw-state- . Dentist. I offer or tale privately the Henry Hester fan: SUCCI'JiivOU talHR LINCOLN NATIONAL offnacrrt nfani .11 rich bottom land, ti actc sewn in wneal, me esiancc In grass HANK OK Sl'ANt OKI), The dwrlHng has tit rooms and Is In goAdre-lwi- r. (Newclaeint up) with the same assets and under There is a new barn, good ell, fine orchthe same nsauagement. ard and first cla.t fencing on the place. Ily provisions ef lis chatter, drpoutuis are is fully prelecled a. are depoeltisrs in National ne-half Terms cash, balance Hanks, its ihareholdtis kenu kelsl individually months lStfMtttsMKi to be Kiven Febin u and tl i, inoi. Hy virtue of Taxes due the State of Kentucky Ikthlc to the esteni ol the amesiHt of their stock Apply to me sr ray Utnt, W A Inhble, at and Lincoln county, 1 urone of ray deputies, will, therein at the pur value thcreel, in addition la the . h sharsss It mny n j amount invested in Stanlerd, K). on ctecutor admmMU.lur, trustee, f c. as fully as J K lK TON, M. D "' 11 omijiua, Paid ud Canital of , . - - - - soo.nnn A ,; JLU,UUU. Farm For Salo. Sheriffs' Sale for Taxes! vm m n hrst-cU- tin rsa I court-hous- e j Mc-Mur- ry t: "lo thiM''wl eniru.tcdlhclr buisiness Ism while mnaiMK the Ijncssln .NaliOHal Hnk ol e here tender svssr mnnr thanks and tm.t they will coetiauc te irMqnai ihnir owiness h Ht) Unmime as a Ruaranloe fee prompt alien- lion te sawo, usir twenty yctlis' .MMme In MuiKing ancias uetisstumssWtHHi as are with simm4 Banknsg. ". S FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK i eon-sitte- ut SIANKOKD, KV liMKclne. J J.WrtKussH, MLV.rnetij J. M Unit, StMilafst; IKE SHELTOf, J. S. RMbry, fcttifrrsl; J. K. I.yrse, Stnnfertl; A. W. CirHiieas-- . .MUfctdjcviUe; J. Owoley, f tanferd ; Capital Stock Surplus S200,000 IG.OOO Rov2aiut, Kentucky. 94-o- ui l f FOE .REETT. K. JUeuhtsmn, Ilustonvilte; K. Cash, Stanfersl; W'Wkm Geoch, Stanford. Ky S. II. Shank., President J 11. Owsley, Cashier W. M. ISngnt, Teller J II lUuahnuti leurnl Hook. Keeper J. J. Altenltsn of the public is intiird to the fact that thk is the only NmmsswI Hank in JstAoYoftl titular li. hlU.l.ln.1 .f ika Vs. !..&.! U..1 1.. depositors are scsuicsl ut otils by the ispiUl neck, but bv the stsektesUlefs' 'lablhty ler an amount equal to Hit stock, ass thai deteiitors of this iHWilutimi are secured hy a fund of Klve sorn si.lroieuis uf thxciindilian of the bank are Made each year te the Uultod States govcre-me- nt i.,m j L. p. CANTER'S Doer-holf- er 77-t- ha An.ir and tisaucis are osamtsted si stsled times by gssvernaseoi amenta, thus sesunngaJdilitOHal and perfe I to ilepoHtors This institutive, ongiiMiily esUUtsbcd as the Deposit Iksnk of M.sford ie !. then tiosl as the Nalwrtel llaek el Stanford iu 1M1 and the txn - nrganueilas had 1'lr.l .Natuwal Iksnk of sitanlcird Hi l4s, has prtKIKaHyan unintri supplied lulled rtislei.ee ul si years It Is nav with lacilut-- s fur transiting Ihh(m promptly and libcraH) than ever before w its long and h vuorable Laroer Accounts ef cerperatlens, hrins rd iadividuals reepectfully sellc-te- d ffidu-turie- s, WS&X. .1 BOHX3STG 1 1 I 1 he Direciery ef this Rank Is composed ol iVslcr, of Stanford; eresius Ressl. I.ieeele conety ; SeA-S.- J W llaydee, Stanftrd; S II Ilaecheiae, LusssWln; M & three-year-ol- d Vilke8-Mambri- no ', r CSC yiTSv li U C 1 1 par-tics- lO lxj jfiSvJiJPWBI tpj($&z!!m3mi iummmmmm JS zxz se: j, John J ivr linker, J. Milter, Ml Vernen; T Harris LlnesslH: J. S, lloeker Stltrd: G A. Ijickey, LIdcsJo; f. P. iltll. IHIIIUIUi W.G. Welsh, Stanford W. V. Tale.Slaafon OFFICERS: A A Mc Kiutiev, Assistant Cashier Preside III, M K'lherts, Cashier, TrSHTT two-ce- 4 car-loa- d run-lin- g as Tho Maiik Hi mov li: IiJh n lonp felt want with owners of IIupmh or Mules with Wurtu, Knot, r.niit-eh- , Cut, strains, Spmins, OM Soiw, Rirh Wire Cut, etc. It make no diirereiuo how lout; tho knot hun lwn there, or how liaril it is, (if it is not f the hone,) wo will titkc it oh" on tho "NO CURE, HO PAY" plan. In removing tho knot tho hair comen oil", and tho plaeo becomes very Miro; when you htop iihinf,' it, the hair eoinun hack in original color, ami not a tpico of tho knot is loft. For plmi of iiibiirance, etc., call at tho umlerwigned drujajist'ii, and bring your animal with you. I'onalobyW U. McRobcrts, drugKi SUn-d, 1.m.-,-- 1 rt 1 1 p-- 1 SOAP 1 1 SALE OF STOCK 1 Twenty miles the Shortest to . Roller MmLlmf J,' 'JVW siW.. jgfrGTO'; CREAM Extract ih IS OUR BEST FLOUR, BUT EITHER :i i The Hood damages on the Pacific Slope have been very heavy. Yuma, Arizona, was wiped out of existence, the only buildings not destroyed being a l and tho penitentiary. In Tinjunna, Cal., thero is not a building standing, ind soveral lives were lost. ho-te- or confirmation. tax-paye- Lt. l'eiry, of tltu U. S. navy, lias be- My personalty, consisting in part ot curctl an 18 months' leave of absence to make a trip to the Sotth Tole. Ho will Eleven Horses, including 4 Urood Mares, rocka-wa- y Horse, 1 phaeton do., 1 4 go north as fur as a vessel can take hi:u, olds and yearliug filly, destination by Eleven yearling Mules. 4 aged Mules, 1 Jack, 1 and will try to reach his Jennet, 4 good Milk Cows, 40 Hogs, 300 Sheep. f )Ot across Greenland. 200 to 400 barrels ot Corn, 30 maces of Hay, Farming Furniture, Harrison has appointed Jim Hill, a Terms.--A- ll Implements, Kitchenunder, cash; .tx. over sums cf $10 and at Viuka-burf- j. politician, post-mastthat aiount, n credit of 90 days on notes bearnejjro ing interest and payable at the Hustonville NaThe Mississippi Senators say that tional Hank. j6o acrus, all in JC"'1 nnd the appointment is an insult to the peo- The Farmbeofrented to the highust bidder to remain tho same so, will Hill is not a resj-deday, if nut rented ptltaiely before. ple of Vickaburg, as MRS. MAGGIE W. CARPENTER. loj-iThey will fight his r. 1 1 er nt Friday, Marcli 13th, 1891, RIdner, Wm. Ross, D F. leo 56 40 147 " '8p and 90 1890 4 u, 7 40 Ol Williams, Robt. Williams, Susan Young, Clark, '4 and '88 to 9.... 9 90. 6 30 6 So 1 '89 and ie HUSTONVILLE. fiVes9 tiwa:TiUas'iii;aKce.;ia.ssjXj " New York, Washington, Making direct connections in Central Union depot for St. l.pnis. Michigan Points. Chicago, Detroit, Clevelaud, Huffalo Indianapolis and the Vest, Canada, New England, llaltimore, Philadelphia V.'fH"1 time ""arrodsbiirg, Frankfort Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest anV" Quickest line to IioHton, 60 ... Grilfin, General, 30 Haley, David, 6a Oldham, Mrs Rebecca Cloyd, Kdah 10 Cooper, Jim, town lot Givcns, Al 4 Lewig, Samuel, hrs S Reid, Aaron 5 Vinson, Frank 1 '87 to 99. 68 to 90, 1890 . 9 ao 5 J5 a 00 3 3 3 3 75 '86 to 00 'SS to 9 3$ 45 85 S9and9o '69'and 90 '89 and 90 'E6 to 90..., 90 '83 to 90 '8S10Q0 '93 ,g9 9 To curo iwii itigni'ij, S "i. Hn'tilnrlip, r.islJ. jmtiuii, jlr.larhi, Llvtr t ontil.tliiM fiiho tl 0 jr.fu nii'l c?itnti rcmcilj, ' Solid Trains, baggage cars, coaches. Pullman lloudoir SU.n... .u.r..J ,?" outchanKe via Clutl.n.ora. lirmlngham MerfJ llf.fe.f,':0,'"I.....VH.P1, points In the ...., "TL"'10"?" "Si. -- 3 4a 7 4j i'jhi y a k is f iwi c" rr. SMXXIV3 ls. A. -- !.,... irTirOH LU Ol il KresU milk cows for sale, apply I W. H. Murphy, Stanford, Ky. to Alcorn,!., TUUXEUSVILLE. G. & D, S Mr3KKS H0TEX5&, n P. W. QBE EN, Proprlotor. I have recently taken charge or this Hotel and intend keepinn It at its present high itandard. Special attention given to tho traveling public. GOLD MEDAL, ID0LKING Ilright, Richard 1 Ilright, John . Cobb, Louisa 6 Floyd, Jim 13 Cloyd, Joe lot Gooch, Cam 7 Gocch, Davidson 33 Welch, Jim lot Welch, llerry let Morrison, Z. hrs 4 1 ') it 7 70 7 8j bILc r.I a 90 1 05 Vno tlir. M.y, SIko (sOllttlo nctnit to tho llitvlo) Tllll Al.C miS MUST 1'OXYKNll.lit. '85 to 90 '87 90 'SS 1090 ' & ' 3 45 10 10 5 yjssltfsTolo Sor sll fli co sir sljte. K3c. Knia rcrso' JlA n u ira m.. -- n it . 1 'n0"'. C1?"1"'"". OAHOMKrASa' - AugusLs,' Macon, ..... 'r ni.' "'' Savannah, lno,villeiid FLOHI WilmiDc iiit Agon. iarilo(ttn. jo 70 K!SSr.S8"7-i7.707s:iff- i 8 Co 3 76 1 J.r.oUlTrlctCO.JUXrrscfMI.Ei.'aMi.-Sf.iosi- frl en.(prser.Uot;.7); s mo. 1 trains with Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Csra tochoice Jack- ChingC an Selma and Montgomery, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS point.. ' ''u,ck", Annnton, Selma, L. connections ,0 made !5.JJ"CC at NKW OR. 0Wnlb, tranrer for Houston, WA. G"on 03 87 loin toiM 8S arminMtomim&&fZK 8 60 or SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR When When When When Baby was sick, wo Siito her Castorla. she aa a Child, she cried for Cuatorla. she became Miss, she clune to Csstoria, she. had ChiHren, she gave thera Castorla. First-Class.Snmp- lc Room In connection. Also HIGHLAND. llrittian, John So Ilaugh, Geo. W. 5 Ilaugh, E. hrs Mo Harris, Margaret Jo Sackenhcun, Jo.. 60 McMullen, '88 to 90 t 00 9 ao 1 Pool and wBilliard Parlors. L.M.KEID, Clerk. 73-- THE MONEY. A, Js. CALIFORNIA. AHO0Dt .v.uHiisiE; usnsrai H'orVAIUNS DKBtT t v aad MKHVOUB 'SStoc.., .583 lnth.lOUshn;Ue'C0re(:, c?unV wisaof BodyaniHIad, ffMti on Agen a, to. &,, Ky!' '83 .. m.vi. . .. j5 rS1lii4ill ajar ZmnApliMiu. ma .v.... ., mww mmmnvun wwitj .7 itmira. hw lo Ure iuir, sJ a 60 (irssvjiataWiai.LioBTiiLorKnoBQsiigaii'iBTaurcoijr. '87.. - Pa" m -- eRMEIsJ SMhill stfatlla ONLY! TEXAS. MEXICO AND CALIFnRMifl T,h.c.oni7u,hrouSh 'ne o Jsckson and Vicksburg. ..inakInK direct connection -- . v,.Shrey?port transfer for Dallas Fort Austin.San Antoni., Kl Paso and polntsin Worth ' TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, JLV '89 A" 90 I T. D. NEWLAND, 4 60 S. L. C. ' SsMritlia Imtia,. Suits sa fsrslja laoalrln. Hrllslkini! lUUfrrri tOmliulUiuj jmmTs ll 'M.l.lifwT Bosk, COUFfV, O.N. V, HDatK TbaiTHSST-lt.- au C.C. HARVlTvV- DA.BGVEDXanDSK'y-Vice-Presiden- t. Cincinnati, O G P v 'r aS' H