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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891030601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l f 'fgt- Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. At present Mr. Valentino is working on tlio Homeric ".roup of Andromache, and Some oMho Numerous Points of Interest in Atdyannx. Ho claims timtUim u ill he And Around Richmond. u'ranilefrt of liirf inanv grand works of KiciiMosn, V.., Mnrch 15. -- Tho lover art and tlio public is anxiously awaiting of htnlory ronlil spend months in mid completion of it. Ho lias devoted nrounil Kirhniond ami cncli day m-- most of bis time for the past three years HomutliiiiK of interest. In fact few cities to it and says by giving it bis entire at pofwi'ss tlio historical interest and none tention bo can finish it by ISM. His excel her in points made Ninons by the 8liJjo f( ft w lltl.ro,,illK olll. am. be- laio civil war. a irr. ... . u ',fii,(. H,,. busts and model, of prominent Held, lines of earthwork for defense 0llo of lllt. worW lt ,.OIltainH A rar0 cemeteries, wherein he thousaiHls of tli- , of vniimiu Ulllt m!. in v..v u.m.K. t t mo i.iuo am. ii... Kn.y, il ll..ti.l.t froI11 L.vury ,..,,,, at!oI,0fthu cmcil kept green in one's mem )ry, ami anno 0M, n quarter of a century has elapsed since i .v. i...i n ti .till u..r..riu.. the roar of cannon ceased, there uro pen manufacturing centre lt.cbn.ond is. .s, pie who yet gtieve over the loss of dear beats the world in the manufacture of Ones and who will continue as long as l..umW., r.-r- fc .....1 P.unr..ll..M ...id over ........ ..r...... the sad recollection is brought daily to ir,Q0Q of her inhabitants are employed A CITY Interior Journal, i STANFORD KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 6. 1891. ed in tho O.-- .I. would 1111 2,100 columns of that paper, Life is too short to even think of reading that amount of "elo-tli' o NO. 2 VilTHHISTORY. mionce." Tho remarkable performances of tlio professional politicians of Ken-liitueky in belialf of their country would of that space. not occupy w n THE WlQLilLAMIJJ) 9 LATi: ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, ono-tent- b THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AiYD IMPROVED. Cor. , ,,. ,, ,, ... them. in that vocation. Tho machine shops wan Tlio groat battlo of Keven Pii-and foundries give employment to about fought near tlio city, as wns tho Median-.csvill1,000, wluio those engaged in blank tho Cold Harbor, the (nines' books and paper lnsiiufacturiug run up Mill, tho Frazier's rami and ninny others in the thousands. To make a long story in which the number of killed is esti- short, Richmond is a progressive city s e. Sketch of a Hale nnd Hearty OctogenCoffee, Sugar, Tea, Molasses, Honey, Syrups, arian. Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Meal. Lard, Flour, The above picture, although it doesn't do the old gentleman justice, will lie ea FARINACEOUS GOODS: sily recognized as a counterfeit presentCheese, Maccaroni, Flavoring Extracts, ment of "i'ncie Jimmy" Warren, the Spices, youngest old man in tlio world. nt nearly 100,000 homo fearful populated witli Raisins, mated Figs, Citron, Prunes, Currants, business Away back yonder in 180 f, Nov. Itii, Parlor and Hall Lamps, conllicta occurred, as tho number of deuil men, who have made it independent of Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, nearllustonville, in this comity, the subindicates, and it was during tlio tlrst other cities and to n great extent of the Quccnsware and Tinware. . .. .A I I ject of this sketch, upon whoso silvery r. unmcu inai uen. josepo 1' --t.l I.... ....! - ,....... nr01im, aiI.i ,.e llow sai.H OVL.r ... ..I..:... .... n..it i locks tlio snows of 87 winters liavo falli.i t. mv the sea of prosperity with tlio rapidity rriOllSIV WUUIIIIl'U. 11 m vimtiiv en, first saw tho light and entered upon of tho engagements at Cold har and ease of the fast Hying t'truna. in one the long and honorable career which is bor Gen. Lee's army killed l.l.OOOof Gen. H. C. W. an open chapter to the people of this Grant's men in a hnlf hour's tight with Gov. McCreary has been successful in section. He lived upon the farm until LANCASTER, CAHRAnD COUNTY. n very small loss of life to his own army, tlio passage of his bill for the creation of grown and liis education was obtained nnd that bis generalship on that James Francis dnd last night from a court to adjust private land claims in by working in the summer and going to wan extravagantly admired oven by injuries sustained from a kick in the I'tali, New Mexico and other territories, in the winter. The educational generals and soldiers. tho opposing face by n young hurst last Sunday. composing part of that ceded to the advantages of those early days were very Resides Hollywood Cemetery, of which Tho "Ciow Club" met Wednesday United Suites by Mexico at tlio close of poor, and the curriculum embraced only 1 Iihvu previously spoken, there is a nanight. An viegiuit supper was served the Mexican war. Tho court will conHas the largest and tional burying ground and Oak wood, an- and quite n number of invited guests sist of a chief justice and two associate spelling, reading and aritb'metic, such a thing as a dictionary or a geography where thousands other largo cemetery, MOST COMPLETE STOCK justices, nn attorney, clerk nnd deputy being were on hand. almost unknown to their "old field after thousands of soldiers unknown hu t Wednesday was what is known clerk nnd interpreter, ail to be appoint- schools," as they were called. OF loved, sleep the sleep of death. The Fed- among iKJURioners us "draw .lay" and ed by tho president; tlio court to hold Always nn ardent admirer of tho woeral soldiers are of courso buried in the nearly all of thtun in tho county were every three months at proinineiitjpoints national cemetery, and as I'nclo Sain before County Clerk Wherritt fixing up in the territories. It is duo to tho gov- men, ho began marrying them beforo he was '21 and has kept it up at intervals nukes appropriations for the euro nnd their papers. ever shown in Stanford at prices ernor to wiy that ho has been watchful ever since, having in his time led three management of it, no pains nor money as low as the lowest. of his constituents Our superintendent of pnblicschools over tlio interests women to the altar. His first wifo was is spared in keeping it in good condition. reference to party, nnd that he Miss SI. T. Peyton John L. Antiunion, has recently purchas- without Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s nnd six children in the State, A bead stono marks each grave nnd the ed a handsome new desk, lie refuses to has been the author of u number of im- blessed the union, all of whom hnvo who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to United States flag "iloau in the breze" tell the price paid for the aforesaid desk, portant bills of n general character that passed over the dark river but Miss Sla-ri- a over it tho year round. The graves of but seems to valuo it very highly. send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old liuvo become laws. His influence as n Warren and Sirs. Martha Krances only receive atthe poor Confederates We are glad to see Mr. lv Brown member of the House has not been Your trade and work is solicSeverance. His second marriage was to gold and silver taken at market price. tention from lovers of tlio Jost Cause out again after it severe attack of la to his own party. I guarantee satisfaction. Miss Susan Smith and it also resulted in ited and A. R. PENNY. nnd the consequence is they nre not grippe. Tho little daughter of Hon. It has been suggested that the con. six children, of whom Sir. Albert A. kept in as good order as thorns of their Richard Warren, who has been quite brothers who were more successful in sick nt her aunt's, Miss Jennie Duncan's oon. would have mado no serious blun- Warren anl .Misses Ktnma nnd Eflie der if it had abolished the circuit court Warren survive. His present wifo was tf3TD tfrl,EfTE.D. the conflict. ?0iV fi fL'frT is cry much improved nt this writing. of churches, Richmond Is as well as tlie superior court. It could .Miss Slaria Vanl'elt nnd was the Widow In the line A new roof will be placed on the have required the judge of tho county Dawson at the time of their marriage. extremely fortunate. Handsome edifices Presbyterian church this spring. We Undo Jimmy's life has been quite a fie samo qualifications nnd many of them with bteeplcH tower- understand that the present one lias court to ing into the clouds, impress tho stranger boon greatly damaged by boys shooting as those inquired of circuit judges; vest- varied one. He lias followed farming, that this people are not forgetful of the Flobert rillus at Kngliah sparrows, which ed the county courts with tlio same trading, merchandising and numerous welfare of their souls and nre preparing chance to light on thu building. A few jurisdiction conferred on circuit courts; other callings, in addition to tilling the HAS fcSEM ISSfcfc WTR SUCCESS of Stanford very restricting them to four terms a year for office of for n happy hereafter. The history cowhides properly applied to tho most FOR THE cpoke of in tlio beginning even goes into appropriate plnce would, no doubt, put n tho trial of civil cases; keeping them satisfactorily for 10 years, first by aptho gosgeneral nnd open nt nil times for the trial of crimi- pointment of tho them and aH one sits and hears OR SA1E EV&RYWHgRE stop to tho thoughtless urchins' destrucnal prosecutions, thus enabling otlend-er- s by Hayes in in 1S7S, the office having pel expounded in some of them, ho oc. tion of property. to obtain a speedy and impartial tri- arisen to presidential proportions. cupies n portion of ground as historical Commissioner R A. lturnsido lias Over 50 years ago Sir. Warren united cntild well be found, For instance, A al, nnd saving tlio cost of keeping prisadvertised tlio following tracts of laud oners in jail for six months nt n time, for with the Christian Church and ever tho Monumental church (KpiscopaU for sale next court day: 10 neres on By pro since lie has been a tried, true and unmarks the spot' v. here the old Richmond lloone's Creek; three tracts on Ruck which tlio people are taxed. was burned in De11ILEY ceeding as in New York, upon informa- compromising reformer. He has been a Theatre stood, which Creek, known as the Wheeler land; 10 F. B. IlILEY, Proprietor, tion tiled witli the prosecuting attorney, great student of the Bible and when opcember, 1811. stood. "Tlio Weeding VERNON, KY. MT. acres of the Thomas IC. Hudson land lyLondon, - - m Kentucky. Nun" was being produced nnd Gov. G. ing in Lower Garrard; tlio John Ander- grand juries could have been dispensed portunity has 0 tiered ho has given his Thif old anil Hotd'is still maintain I have moved to my new Hotel and am better V. Smith and 50 others perished in tho witli nnd thus another useless exponso viows before tho congregation with as mg it fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spa tepard than ever to accommodate the public, crypt in the son land near Lancaster on tho Lexing- to the Stale avoided. There are entirely much earnestness, fluency and clearness cial attention to the traveling public. flames. The ood Livery attached and every cou venie nee deton pike containing about acres; and sired. Give me u call. M. P. NEWCOMB. Prop.. portico of tho church contains tho too many courts now and it would bo ns many of thoso who make a busine.-- s N FRANK RILEY. 77 Ml. Vernon, Ky, of tho nshes of the the Joe llnzelden property in the north better if tlio number could bo reduced of preaching. Ho is a man of decided names and n portion west cornor of tho public square. victims. In fipeaklug distance of the so that tho people could understand convictions nnd is over ready to mainA certain lawyer in our town conSALVE. HHS1 Monumental church U the First African and where to obtain their rightB tain and defend them. I desiro to sell ray larm ol about 130 acres, situcluded to economize and ordered n bar- when Originally an Old Line Whig, Sir. law. churifh, tho oldest organization us well rel of Hour from ated about i3,i miles north of Stanford on tbs Cincinnati. In his under the of memWarren became au intensely union man cun, bruitci, old sores, skin diseases, Hush llrancli pike, opposite the old church. There Cures na the very largest in the point about so acres in wheat and balance fistula, halter hnste he w rote "send by express." lie Tlio prospect of an early Jadjonrnmont during the war and frequently had to corns, bunions, piles, bruises. scratches, it has arethe farm well set in timothy rye; thedwelling Good of Wherever bership in tho land, of that rnco. The was burns, dew poison and somewhat surprised a few evenings by the cou. con. is bailed with delight hide out when the rebels were around. been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and of four rooms and kitchen nnd a splendid new celebrated John Jasper, who persisted its propensity lor removing soreness is reinarLa-blc- . barn: is well watered and fenced. Possession cart ago when Clark Karris backed his stage by the people generally, and many He united witli the republican party at Numerous testimonials will be secured and be given Immediately, ror particulars, sev J. P, and preached that tho "Sun do Move," (which carries express between lliilcy, Mantord, this them somewhat to what has been the close of hostilities nnd has ever since will appear in this spaco at a later date. Made Cincinnati. Ohio. or write ineE.nndersigned at as. then HERS, and sold bv as pastor at one timo and it n J. B. HIGOINS, Stanford, Ky. old place and Danville) up to tho door and done, and the maimer in which it has been a member of it, though ho has frethat ho became so well known. Tho witli tho assistance of n few men unload been accomplished. If it had not been quently sunk partisanship nnd voted for "ff4JttV9a4Afl mJft tlN? John's church is still in good preser- ed tho Hour, ITotico of Incorporation. it is said that the amount for the timely and persistent criticisms of the man he thought tho best for the ofvation nnd bids fair to furnish n worship-inof the oxpress was in tho neighborhood tho press, there is no telling to what ex- fice. His vote for G rover Cleveland in placo for many, years to come. U of $(I. tremes of folly tho convention would 1SSS was tlio crowning event of a long was built iu 17 tO nnd ib consequently Notice is rureby given that A. C Sine, JohnN J. T. Kason, mail clerk on the C. S., have gone. It was manifest, from tho voting career. Menefee, Joeph Severance, I. M llr.ice, 1 nomas n over 150 years old. Although neither is spending a few days with his parents beginning that a majority of that body I. Shelton, John A. Allen, J. II, I'axtun antl their Tlio secret of Undo Jimmy's long life, associates uav e incorporated themselves under commodious nor handsome structure, it here. Bradford Jennings will ho ouo of "The the were of the impression that they had as- if it can be called n secret, is that ho has ot name ol Ky." Odd Fellows' Hall Association ouo would suppose is moro modem than Stanford tho clerks in Braum's now dry goods sembled in a legislative capacity instead The object cl tho incorporation is to purchase a taken good caro of himself. He has alwould liuvo been built in that early day, store, which will open up nt tho old Lothereon a brick to ramo a few ways been temperate, industrious and site in Stanford, Kyto, anil erect and specifications such plans building according church that Patrick Hen- gan & Brow-o-r stand next week. J. My of having been selected It wns in this be agreed on. fundamental provisions n fleeting the regular in his habits, never permitting a mayjuthoruod capital stock ry in 1775 gayo utterance to tlio oxprcif ers Farm has returned from n brief visit The is$titooo, divided tho rights of the people. All that was himself to worry about anything and into share ot Sioo each and payable in weekly in inn. "Give mo liberty or clvo mo death,' to Middlesboro. Master Commissioner stallmentsut 30 cents on each share to strike out of tho necessary to do was maintaining a cheerful and happy Tho corporation shall commence Feb 34,1891, beforo tho Virginia convention, nnd Burnsido, Hon. It. II. Tomiinson and fiv e j ears. present constitution all references to demeanor. Like all other Iruo men he and continue tv entycorporation are to be koy note of the Rev- Circuit Clerk W. B. Mason which Bounded tho conductThe affairs of the attended tho slavery; provide a speedier and easier loves the women, and when that seven Directors, a President, a subject ed by a Hoard of Secretary and Treasurer, to be olution. circuit court at Danvillo Monday. Mrs. mode of changing the Bame; make better is broached ho soon gets as young as he elected annually the first Tuesday in January E. 3L Tho Soldiers' Home, in tho suburbs of Dr. Bush nnd daughters have returned provision for tho enforcement of the used to be, as his mind reverts to the The highest amount ot, indebtedness or liability city, is nn enterprise that is can subject itself is tho to which from nn extended trip through tho attainment of justice in our joys that they hnvo brought into Lislife. fj.OOO. the corporation AllTIST,H in tlio extreme. It; is a com- South. W. J. Pnrtnin, who recently pur- laws and the Private property of the stockholders shall be ex changes, all of Ho has dono a great deal of good in his courts, nnd n few other decropid Feb. 14, 1191. crapt from corporate debts. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, modious building nnd tho chased the Anderson property on Dan- which could yavo been accomplished in A C. SINK. timo nnd wo haven't a doubt that the Uarber Shop on Main street, lias a Boldior, who is not nblo to ville street, arrived Wednesday mornPortman Houe, antl Invites a (bare of your JOHN N. MENEFKK. one month. It would have been to all joyous words will greet him when ho SEVERANCE, cau spend his declining ing. Prompt attention to outside calls and JOSEPH himself, patronage I M. BRUCE. fixvu! attention to ladies and childrec. Work intents and purposes n now constitution, reaches tho other shore, "Woll dono, vears in comfort nnd ease there. This THUS. L. SIIKLTON, id i e iu the latest style with neatness and dis- -' Tho man who lives exclusively for just tho same as though no two words or thou good and faithful servant, S3 6m enter STB JUIl? A. AI.LI, home was built by private subscriptions self should bo allowed to do so without J B. I'AXTON. 104'im provisions that were in tho present had into tho joys of thy Lord." way. It is n and is kept up in tlio samo interruption. Ho should bo severely let inserted in tho new. So far as tlio pretty Bad sight to look on tho lame nnd nlone, nnd shunned as a moral pesti- been CHURCH AFFAIRS. oratory displayed in tho spread-eag- le might have been lence Blue-Gras- s halt there, who convention is concerned, it is not worth KUier J. G. Livingston will prench the progressive men of tho ago had not Tho Tho Duko of Marlborough has written paper upon which it is printed. at Halls Gap church Sunday next at 11 it been for the love for their country; but n most excellent nrf'clo on Kentucky, its the probabilities nro thnt not ouo in a thous- A. SI. Southerner consolation to tlio itissomo to know Tho Topo celebrated his 80th' birthft farms, stock, &c, which has been pub- and will either know or care I will sell privately, a bargain, my farm at to know that the old soldiers hnvo lished in tho Kortniglitly Itoviow nnd re- anything about what was said by tlio day Monday. Congratulatory telegrams Crab Orchard, Lincolnatcounty, Ky. n homo now nnd bright prospects for farm, formerly known us the Jaccb Guest published in tlio Courier-Journ- al of tho delegates during this or uuy other genefrom all parts of tlio world wero sent This d .contains happy one in the hereafter. yd iust. ora- him. CO., of a ration. Tho average tho pleasuro this morning I had Acres Excellent Land, This afternoon at 1 o'clock services Senator Mandersou is said to sport a tor of this day is fast being supplanted great sculptor, HUSTONVTLIiE, KY. visit to tho Htudio of tho whito stove pipo hnt mado of bills that by men of practical common sense, who will bo held in the Odd Fellows' Hall by In prime condition, and well improved, lying Are still In the business and ready to do anypartly in the limits ot the town of Crab Orchard, Edward V. Valentino. Mr. Valentino onco represented tho valuo of thing In the Undertaking line. We hive a foil $23,000. are cnpaple of doing nnd saying things Hey. V. Y. Sheppard, of the Episcopal bntheL.&N, R. R. on Kobe ialy of all ranks by far higher than nuy scu'ptor stock of Cases and The farm is divided nearly being by the pike Of every description. Casketshearse, kinds and nearly Church. He is not likely to consent to its use in worthy of remembrance. nro tho Our which is 17s acres on leading South from town, there this continent and bis works Mr, J. B, A statue of John Wesley, tho foun- the East side on which is the mansion house, a new can be obtained on short notice ho being passed around in taking up colbrick 0T7 rooms, beGreen ha charge of cur business and will show large, roomy woudor of tho country over. 'Twns Ed Jackson, who was arrested in der of Methodism, was unveiled in Lon sides kitchen, and servant's house, stab e, &c, and on our goods to any one ncedinir anything in on statue of Gen. lections, for fear that it might never be modeled tho bronze ago on sus- don Monday in honor of who alto the Greenup county a few days s the lOOdth anni- able West side 105 acres, which has4:c. a comfort- le. returned to adorn his peeled-onio- n frame residence picion of robbing railroad cars teems versary of his death. John O. Breckinridgo in tlio pate. a wuoie, or uesireu will sell the Dlaceas He has to bo a pretty bad egg. capital, Lexington, and it was tho samo will tell either of the tracts singly. Either will According to tho lato census a man in Logan to killing make an elegant and comfortable home, conven band that mado tho model recumbent It is stated that it would require 10 coufeBS.cdstealing several horses and hav-in- s has 010 Sunday-school- s, 10 017 tent to schools, churches, good turnpikes aud the 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, to print county, ...ii.,,i R. E. Lee, whlrib is placed columns of tho Courier-Journatatao of Gon. Both desirable homes. For information and four wives living. Ho also confessed oiTicers and teachers and 178,000 scholPersons desirous ofinspecting the place vtill be termr, address of tho total shown over it by James Hays, now residing on the bis remains at Lexington, this State, tho talk of the con. con. eacb day; and having deserted from the regular army ars. Moro thau over MRS. SUSIE S ADAMS, most perfoct as the convention has already been in and serving a term in tho Ohio peniten- population ia identified with Sunday-schooFut terms apply or address meat Dan- premises. n,i wi,fnh 1b said to be tho i6h West Main Street. country.' aoesion 160 days, the proceedings if print tiary. Lexington, Ky. i!?iitjr' j AS. W. GUEST. T piece of workmanship in the paw-paw- s mes.s-pun- s. wide-awak- e ...... Gen. laudrnm lins received a letter from (Son. George V. Morgan, of Mount Vernon, O., mggesting a reunion of the survivors of the 4th division, commanded by liim during the year 1S02, to be f t i t 1...1.1 ... f ' "vw "l k "' "i :.... lw Me snyH umiuena. nioiitii oi eptomuer iairu, waner, i.iiKiKcy urid ouiers imu promised to attend. It was from his were compe Iol to ('nl "' l '0 t') r0trint P" tl,(' VUOll of tllO Stalo by Rragg and ICirby Smith, and forced to make their way through the mountains of Kastern lventtuky, subsisting Jchicfly and bread mado of corn upon grated on the bottoms of their (ion. Halleck called it "tho unaccountable evacuation of Cumberland Gap," notwithstanding the fact that the garrison was in a starving condition. An old (Jnrrnrd countv furoier said, in re ferring to the m liter, that ho could see no use in watching tho gate when the bogs had entered the corn Held and were eating up all the corn. -- V ,i fJBv Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Jefferson, Rates 2.50 Per Day. Court-- I louse, Manager. Fine and Staple Groceries, :vz JAMES RIGGS WARREN. CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. - V FARRIS HABDHT. Tho Old Reliable Jeweler m in the Lead. occa-Lio- n fefA. R. Penny Watches and Jewelry cou-line- d (SK l& jtfUt j po-se- ss UU55tf5 HBNEMAR f lASTg YEARS. URES fins cELEBR&ra ONSUMPTI0Nw HOTEL THE mm 1 post-mast- post-mast- "ur"f OLDS NEWCOMB well-kno- HOUSE, urn-shape- d :l Sj-t- l. KWUC Farm For Salo. rec-onc- llo 96-i- yr -t. n t, FARMER, T0jStS0RIAL first-cla- Con-federa- te sup-po- rt op-po-iit' pa-J- to-da- y Choice Farm ifoir. B. home-stea- sky-skimm- ing 280 J. T, STJTTOIT A well-bu- ilt 4- -t Blue-gras- 1 11 riiila-delphi- a FOB s.&r,E. al one-fift- h ls. otf-- ll s- - Ksyr V I f i M H. ' iS h "41 U.-- Aoukeauu? to the request of Kmma The census sIiowb Covington's popInterior Abbott, her remains wore cremated, the ulation to be H7,!17r, but tho assessor's incineration occurrinc at Pittsburg and report makes it A 1,871. requiring two hours Tho body was The News says the U miles extension Makch i. 18!). Stanford, Ky drefsed in tho finger's favorite costume, of tho Middlesboro Belt railroad has been a heavy cream stuin, with lavender let and will cost $1:25,000. stripes and hand embroidered in gold. Th Medical Department of the V. It was made by Worth and cost $5,000. University at Louisville turned out 151 Tho ashes filled a half gallon silver urn young sawbones this week. Thk Louisville Times' Frankfort cor- and they were taken to New York and Dent Hoover, cashier of tho First respondent calla attention to tho fact deposited in a safety vault until the National Bank, of Nieholasville, died afthat "More than half the odicinls in the completion of the Abbott monument at ter an illness of less than an hour. executive buihlinus are absont these days Gloucester, Mass. In the terrible gale that swept the on electioneering ami other business." Atlantic coast last week --M oystermen deep. received, This i& a beautiful Btato of nlluirs. The Kiniuxo that the mountain would not were drowned on tho James River. who Shite pays tho auditor and his assistants come to him, Mahomet went to the The New York Mutual Life Insur at least $15,000 a year to attend to its mountain and that's tho way the repub- ance Company will erect a magnificent business and they neglect it continually. lican members of the Illinois legislature stone building in Mnldlesbnro. There should be a new deal all around. have decided to do with the three farm In the 51st Congress M.O.'W bills 2G, ,, The ollices do not belong to the Frank- er members. They were to vote for were introduced in tho House ami ,12S) To he fort ring and the people do not want one Streetcr in a body yesterday, which in tho Senate. Of these 2,18(5 became would elect him and end tho long strug- laws. set of men to preempt the auditor's an, p o. 7 . 7.. and hand it down perpetually. A gle. Gen. Palmer goes down, but not The Hawaiian cable subsidy job was uj Lruuua. Lnu change in that oflico especially would because he is not the choice of the p o among the few that were not rushed be To be promotive of public good and tho pie or because his faithful 101 wavered through during tho closing hours of You to signs all point to that much needed con- in the least. Congre.'s. ces. no object. summation. Lincoln county presents a Dr. R. J. Matthews, of Horse Creek, Thk Inst issue of the Howling Green candidate for the oflice, who is honest Ala , murdered his wife in the presence and capable and who will never permit Democrat whs a complete exemplifica- of their five children. He barely escapto toe above to vert tion of the hustling qualities of the reda breath of scandal to rest on it. ed lynching. We pro- headed and happy hearted genius who unlawful in CD States for cigar' to Au the appropriation bills wore pass- presides over its destinies, the great and ettes It isbe sold to minors, but the boys to of Congress, onlv original, U. K. Morningstar. ed before the adjournment It was tho nasty and unwhich leads tho Louisville Commercial a triple sheet, profusely illustrated1 and continue to acquire healthy habit. gotten out in honor of the opening of to remark that the utmost harmony The Powell county jail was burned J-5when it came to the question of freo navigation on Green River. The $ v Sunday night audits two prisoners wore Both Houses Evansville, Ind., merchants, who will appropriating money. barely taken out in time to save them a held all night sessions and the scenes of profit by the opening, were liberally repsimilar fate. revelry enacted there were never sur resented in its columns. Goods. A of Gents1 It is intimated that even the ChiGoods, Shoes, Boots, CarMr. Mckinley offered the usual passed. monthly debt statement shows nese cannot stand "Granny" Blair and The Oil week cost resolutions of thanks to the Speaker, but will decline to receive him as minister. that too had to bo forced through under that in these happy times of peace our lus- national indebtedness increased during Sensible Chinese! the gag rules, every democrat voting A tramp fatally cut Conductor Ta But considering tily against it. There never was such a February $2,91)1,750. ney, of tho Cincinnati Southern, when session of Congress. As truly said, its tho pension grabs and other reckless apto put him oil". He was legislatfon has outraged common decen- propriations, the wonder is that the in he attempted crease is not larger. It would nav) arrested aud is now in jail at Somer cy, bankrupted the treasury and robbed the people generally. May the country been but for the fact that a little of the set. The buncombe proposition of an Il- Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. I'KISAKSKY, flurplus left by Grovcr Cleveland was never look upon its like again. linois niemb'T to appoint a commission not entirely expended. to investigate the alcoholic liquor traffic Gen. Cohsk was as good a Union soli!BB ii.aiM4'a.uuajaia,aRtaiiirB,H.aara.B,a.a,a a a,a aic'Miaiaiarg was defeated just before Congress ex C. A. Redd has for sale 18 long yearDeath has beeu unusually busy dier as ever drew a sword and a short CURBS, SPLINTS. SPAVINS. WINDPUFFS. ana ail rnurgrmruu, nbiululrlf removed among tho members of the Congress just pired. ling mules and 5 long lm time before his death Gen. Sherman A masked robber entered the resin Ix)ve Lilian! i delivering 150 barmade a personal appear to Mr. Harrison closed. During its two years V2 repreCity, at Boston, sentatives and threo senators have gone dence of J. S. Morris, of Kansas rings rels of corn to tho New Roller Mills here to retain him as I aud tearing a pair'of diamond ear at $3. a but it was no go. Tho general is a dem- tho way of all flesh. All the senators, from the ears of his daughter, made jus Sam Owens bought of John Peoples ocrat of purest ray serene and tho pres- Beck, Wilson and Hearst, were demoescape. for Col. Hall Anderson a mir of mules ident has replaced him with a republi- crats and the majority of tho representaJt Aiu the unquaHletl tmlortrment nf aurUatU Cornwall it Bro., soap and eandlo for $825. tives were likewise of that party, si mir nurinnrn ami ifirrtnunant, politician named Hart. can l'ou S.U.K. A good milk cow with a h Louisville, have as2 ilu. C, K. Ill km kt, OitlUrr Halt Hank. and Cox being the most promi- manufacturers at Gen. Corse was the choice of tho people n HUjt.n, Minn signed. Liabilities $177,000; assets about young calf. Apply to J no. M. Mc Robvery tul nv of tliwl ttMVln W "Oin totllocuml with nent. .of Boston, but that doesn't count tin a tiMrn for xhkh I havoitlnfelwmolTrmflxU.il tho same. They had been in business erts, Jr. It cit without ..J wuuM not Aurxf rrifj It If tuch M.tu Iwitl" n this administration, which seems to enll" Adt' Fair fu odors sold at Paris Monday at 50 years, of tettimonluli. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. disgust for the tertain about as much rrkf.9l.ftl) pcrhniilr. A jourdruejcl.t for It, ifj Vmr hundred nml eleven bills for 4 cts., yearlings at $15 to tlS and calves ut tvK noi ir.p n.wii.i u II av (at tut trial bo. public as Vanderbilt did. -I- thas been settled that the House" is ' t( orL,ction o pnuIic buildings were in- - at is to $12. W. I). i:I)Y Jt CO.. AVhllohnll. N. Y. tf v to have 100 members Senate Till HI Bwnir:s!ra:a-a:ui-.BaniThe KansAu legislature has passed a mxmzmMwmAmmMWtM2Mimimrw.WZm troduced in Congress last session. Of The Owensboro Messenger calls on senatorial terms. pwssed, carrying appropriations bill to loan the farmers of the western these 0" Clay and Clardy to stay at Frankfort By tho action of tho convention tho -part of tin State fW.OOO to buy seed and shoot or give up the gun. By their votes of 40 representatives will bo need- of $12,070,030. There are 332 members of Congross wheat. absence Monday, that paper declares ed to pass a bill in the lower House of The Duko of Mitrlboiough has purand 3S0 employes of that body. If tho that the people lost $1,000, the session of the legislature. chased from the Woodburn Farm (I royallbill to give each member a clerk should tho convention costing that much a day, By n vote of 35 to 30 quadrennial become n law the number of employes y-bred trotters for about $20,000, for STANFORD, KV ahsenco breaking a quorum. sessions of the legislature and their h stable in Kngland. have been would be 712. Thero ought to be a law against a man substituted for tho present plan. Wo E. P. Faulconer, of Danville, has G. H. Ensel, formerly of Somerset, running for another ollice till ho is hope the body will no change its mind sold to Frank Dodge, of Michigan, Knox-villdied last week at hisnewhomein through with tho one he has. At least on that question at least. stallion, Nuttalwood, by Nut The old time readers of this paper allowed to draw the he should not be The hostilities manifested against will remember how largily ho used to wood, 2: IS, dam bv Almont, for $(1,000. public's good money when ho deserts Louisville by tho country members of We arc closing out our stock of Gibbs' Imperial, Iron Hcnm, Cham- Cattle are in fair demand in Cincin advertise in it. his post to go off electioneering. the body is aa small as it is foolish. oi; uuicners i p,0 and Oliver Steel and Combination Plows AT COST. When vc Mrs. Windom, widow of the secreta- nau wiui oesi snippers The Louisville Times states several Louisville is our metropolis and is a city ry, has a pretty snug fortune left her, to 4 (ki, feeders .1 to 4 J; hogs are active say cost, we mean cost. important facts in the following para- of which all of us are justly proud, aud but tho New York hankers, to show their and a little higher, best bringing 1. So; We have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" Chilled Wow, the com graph: The Forco bill is surely and the spirit of certaiu delegates towards appreciation of favors shown them, aro Sheep are slow at 'S to 5L To Fa km. A handsomely bred and in Plow, and these must go to make room for them. thoroughly dead now, and a large per her shows the littleness that animates raising a purse of $50,000 for her. stallion, with a Great Choice lot of home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and cent, of the swashbucklers who drove it the souls ofsouie men. Lexington Gazetto says that nice The o The body doesn't Beem to know its Col. John O. Hodges is a miro winner Patchen cross on top, through the House like a coach and four, Oats. The for the nomination for superintendent which has produced tho great Axtell, are in the grave with it. The little crea- mind two days in succession. Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. ture in the White House, who bent his quadrennial sessions provided for the of public schools and pays him a high 2:12, Allerton, 2:R5J, Ac. C. L. Crow, Full stock of Hardware and Groceries. Lilliputian energies to bullying aud cajo- legislature was reconsidered and the compliment which is thoroughly de- McKinney. The largest stable in tho country is ling it through the Senate, will follow present system retained and the clause' served. to ho erected at I'xiugton by (?. W. St. a. c. SINK. prohibiting preachers from becoming two years from this very blessed day. The residence of Ex Gov. Oglesby, J N. MKNEKKE It will ho 1,000 feet long and 101 legislators stricken out. There is only at Elkhart, 111., was burned together Clair. and it will contain over 100 box wide The Alliance speaker of tho Kansas one thing that can ho said in extenua with his library and many rare books stalls, beside a covered track for winter House seems to be a more revolutionary tion of such action smart men chaugo and pictures. Mrs. Oglesby lost her ter training, and will bo used as n sale and training stable. man than Reed. A member suggested their minds, fools never. jewels nnd was herself quite badly The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Even with tho quorum reduced to burned. was necessary that a vote of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. according to a rule adopt- 52, the body was unable to do anything to reconsider XXMIIIEK, Alien landowners in Kansas aro in SASH, Tho Northwestern Ministerial Assoed. Tho speaker wanted to reconsider uonoay, oniv aooui ou oi me iuu mem- danger of being dispossessed by legislaDOORS, and in a petulant maimer said: "D n bers being in their seats. Tho other 50 tive enactment. Tho farmers show a ciation of Ohio has begun a crusade theater-goinItLINDS, SIIPING, the rules. I declare the motion carried." were offon their own busiucs?, drawing disposition to force them to sell out or against of LouThe Ministerial Association This created a sensation and an uproar, pay from the State all tho same for work suffer an escheat of their holdings to Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. isville has decided that Jews, Unitaribut the speaker struck to it aud the bill they do not perform. Perhaps they are the SUte. ans aud Catholics aro not fit for memberdisgusted with the convention as nearly reconsidered. was AXTD eems to hang A peculiar fatality everybody else is, but if they aro they over a saloon at Columbus, Ind. Tho ship with it. We carry a full stock of everything found in a The St. Louis paper, which declared should show it by resigning and not by II. II. Williams, 81, an Mrs. Rebecletter would absenting themselves at the public ex- four men who have owned it in as many ca Alford, 70, were married at Columbus, that Cleveland's years have met violent deaths and tho result in his losing Missouri, even if he pense. tho consent of superstitious whisky slingera are afraid Ind., this week without president, does not was nominated for their parents. Kxaminc our designs and specifications before letting your contract to continue the business. At Cant. Russell Thompson's last seem to bebourno out by public opinion, NEWSY NOTES. Two weeks ago Charles Timraons night Mr. David Cloyd, aged GO and with for building. SINE & MKNKFKE, Stanford, Ky. that is, if tho legislator represent that Louisiana has 10,000 more negroes and another young man rescued Ida a record of two other wives, led to tho opinion. A poll of tho House shows than whites. Worthington from drowning in tho altar Mits Kmma Gibson, n blushing that he is favorite over all combined Bogie Philips has been appointed Ohio at Cairo, 111. Her life was saved uiHidcn of 5.'J. Rov. Thorn is J. Gndbev tied the knot, ifter whiih thecoupleand and that but 11 members were really postmaster at Wildie, Rockcastle county. but both her rescuers havo died from a number of guests enjoyed a nice supagainst him. The South Dakota legislature has theeflects of the exposure. per. The bill passed by tho Houso MonThk curtain has at last been rung adopted the Australian system of votODDS AND ENDS. day for the erection of a new mint down on the 52d Congress aud Reed ia ing. The democrats were generally suc- at Philadelphia, at a cost not to exceed A weakness fully appreciated is already nothing moro now than a fat and greasy deal of cessful in the municipal elections in $2,000,000, provides for the Bale of tho half overcome. down East Yankee with a great Marrs was tho God of war; "Let's present ground and structuro, which, it who was see; god of dancing?" conceit knocked out of him. While he Iowa. "St. Vitho Tho net earnings of the Pennsylva- is said, will realize a million dollars. lived ho lived in clover, and then he tus." Delos BoBworth, aged 74, of Copley, Secret philanthropy is an art that andied ho died all over. Let tho remains nia Railroad for the past year were $41, old son by cut- gles envy and advertising agents deO., murdered his bo buried beyond the hope of resurrec 518,257. Enoch Brabson was given 10 years ting him on tho head with an ax as he spise. tion. Tho men who shine aro the men who for counterfeiting in the U. S. Court at slept.. He then made an unsuccessful have hud the hardest rubs. Elmira Galost issue of tho Interior Jour- Louisville. The assault on his wife with the same weap- zette. nal rounded up the 10th year of its exPaynter was tho only democrat of on and tried to cut his own throat. Why is a sleeping baby likba criminal? AKent fur the celebrated STUOKIIAKKR WAfiON and Ol.ver Chilled Mown. Miaveiuit recei.ed a brand new mock and full line of repairi. AUo haxi the Dicks Feed Culler, istence, 10 of which have been under the Kentucky delegation to vote for the which l conccedtd At a negro festival, near Paint Lick, Because it's a kidnapper. Pittsburg Distne licit cne made. management. We will Boon direct tax bill. patch. the present n shooting scrape took place, in which Man is of a few days nt tho best, yet be classed among tho old editors if time Tho brakemen on the Louisville Dick Todd received two bullet wounds most men industriously labor to make cease it rapid flight or fortune Southern are on a strike and the freight from the pistol of an opponent. After their days fewer. doesn't Heavy and Shelf ardware. Salt, I.ime and Cement. I can turnish ynu almost anvthinir you need in give us an easier job. the Hardwaie or Grocery lino. Acent for Ilredhcid Tolmrco. traffic is tied up. Milton sold his copyright of "Paradiso ho waB shot he fell into agratoof red-hLost" for $72, at thico payments and Lumber The direct tax bill, which takes over City,The Union mill alone Co., of Clay coals and was burned very badly before finished his lifo in obscurity. whose saw cost $350,000, help could reach him. treasury, hss been -$15,000,000 from the Tho man who marries a millionaire's tho president. Mr. Cleveland has made an assignment. signed by daughter does not havo to wait 50 years FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Under tho Australian ballot system, for'a golden wedding. Binghamptan Revetoed a similar bill, and but it is useBurlington, Vermont, has elected the Leonard Jerome, tho noted turfman, publican. less to institute comparisons between a first He who associates but little with his democratic mayor in 20 years. politician. is dead. statesman and a small-bor- e fellow men lives in a strange world, Dr. Clardy, in n speech to the Farm2 cheap brood mares. Ap- whose inhabitants aro the creation of Wantkd, The first trial of the Australian sys- ers Institute, at Mayfleld, declared hip ply at this office. his own imagination. scheme. tem of voting at Paducah was a com- opposition to the Is Receiving His "Brothren," said an old negro, preachWheat went up to 07 in Chicago Census figures show that during the Monday and corn to 501. er, "I've got a $3 sermon, I'vo got a $2 plete knock out for tho democracy. The and I've got a 11.50 sermon; I fusion ticket was elected by a largo ma- past ten years the increase of the white Tho average condition of wheat in eermon, disgusted race has been 24 per cent, and of the Illinois is 9, Indiana 07, Ohio 00 and want this indelicato audience to take up jority and tho democrats are a collection and then I will know which colored race 13 per cent. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed,. Give him 2 call. with tho "secret ballot." Kentucky 00. is the easiest to give you." Semi-Weekly Journal 4 -- M STMORBINM (if flTOlP yJtuL F. WALTON. And cut them Such are the orders present in the Eastern markets. is at its contents are highly important: Louisville Store, Stanford, Ky.: Head the following letter, as 1891. from our Mr. Urban shy, W HEW YORK, FEB. of-fi- Uave tins day purchased, immense line are now in transit, ana. immediate room must loous vftui.i made for their reception. gain that room our stoeh must suffer in consequence. hare reduce the Clothing slock under any circumstan,..:,.. '. Trices are J. ll?JJAJfSKY. It is needless say will carry out the the instructions smallest details. will hold forth the Greatest Clothing Sale ever claimed the public. pro-vaile- d, R :; LA.". T Jo 'J9l JtxGr Furnishing L I ISfrS In Dry pets, Cloth, Straw Matting for this price. tit pick out the cheapest Suit you ever bought in your life, at ions, llats, Call early and - THE LOUISVILLE STORE QUINN'S rri I Proprietor. post-mast- pot-hou- R.iu-da- ll llVIIVhV Ointment . til. A e. his5-year-o- ld 1 three-year-ol- d Wilkes-Mambrin- Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, two-third- s - g. WOVEN WERE SIiAT FE1TCEL 1 anti-silv- er FIHST- C3C3.SS X.XJMBER YARD. 'OT. IB. FOSTER. 30-ye- STAFI.E AND FANCY GROCERIES, MARUPLEY,- ot sub-treasur- y FALL AND WINTER GOODS. fJ,jS &. .mkJCf.y-- .Lr,:,:,:. - "' fijt; " , ilWflffiifrnWT-'- '... t.r.r, ,-. .- -.. r&jj&.<tm te fcJr.. m ("Tl?' ty Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Maiicii 0, 1H91 Stani'oui), Ivy., tt.o,WALTON, MEANS BUH.Mnnaor BUSINESS. mp Toun account 1h duo ami rctuly. Call mi! Ei'ttlo nnd oblige A. It. lVnny. PERSONAL POINTS. It Mits. Dit. S.Ci llut'Kltlt vory ill of pnmiinoiiin. MriBlllH. TllOS. M. Ul.l.AIll and Kvitti V. K. Wnlon nro liotli .Mil. John S. quite ill. Ihtiiiiw nml .Imlc . r t TO tWSPECIAL ATTENTION they hain't got no public buildiu' nowork guaranteed. how down thar not even n gold brick. Richmond Climax. Ves, but wu have, CONDITION OF THE according to Porter, .", 117 population, Tiik new Alexander Hotel at 7th nnd which lnys over Richmond all hollow FARMERS BANK & TRUST Mits Hkm.k Mii.i.ki:, wbo linn beon 00. Alexander proprie- and if Gov. McCreary doesn't get us n vory ill of pneumonia, ttontiuuuH in n Market, "L'ncle Jo" AT SrANI'ORD, tor, opened in grand style Monday. It public building we will kill tho one of crltionl condition. FORAt the close of business February 6, 1891. bis long nnd lank editom who dares h.is been renovated and refitted throughMu. J. C FwrnusPK, iiMHtor of trnitiM out and even thing was as new and as speak of us so scornfully. RliSOUIlCKS. on tbo K., C. 0. A I. , Mpont a coiiplo of neat as a pin. The opening dinner was Hlll 4314.637 00 A mono those who have sent answers Due from Natim) Iktnks Ibjh with hh.wife. a real banquet and whs enjoyed by a 5,u 97 to the John Farris puzzle aro T. T. Wal Hue from Slate JUinks...... Mimhh 1'kaiii. I'lin.i.ii'f, of Stanford, host of the old gentleman's friends. ,240 96 lace, Mt.Vcruon, Miss Malyssa Adams, Hank House, furniture and flxture. 7,30000 MifH Mary 1.. firimi, of (.iiirrnnl, IN ALL KINDS OF- 16a 83 ... Wm. Goo ii, tho youth who wns so se Row Ian 1, Howard Bruce, Stanford, and Expne paid aro with Mr. S. It. Cook thin eec. Overdrafts 4,0(7 61 Mn. Sim Cook, Hying on the Dnnvllle riously shot by Constable Alcorn's posse S. L. Bastin, Pittsburg. Of course none Cosh 1,377 7 y when he resisted arrest, was lodged in of thorn are right. The thing can't be pike, colebratwl bin .Mat birthday $3I.99 3 of IiIh neighbor jail Wednesday by Sheriir.Menefee. He done. Latkii. The following have also by having UAIIII.ITIKS. Mrs. II. F. is charged with malicious wounding, re- attemptud tho impossible: cat n big dinner with him. Capital stack $too,ooo 00 IIkv. Giiounr. Hunt, candidnto for sisting ofllcer, disturbing religious wor- Newiand, Crab Orchard, .Mrs C. A. Cox, burplm. . 15, ex. j 00 JtSTAll kinds oi produce taken in exchange at the highest market .. 5,3(0 9 superintumleiit of public instruction, ship, Ac, ns many as son en indictments Stanford, John Stodghill, Danville, J. A. Undivided praflt. deposits 143,3 Chadwick, Crab Orchaid, J. T. Slaugh- Indiidul 90 prices. pawned up to Iomlon yesterday to m appearing ngaiiiHt him. ... 13, Sw 7J ter, Crab Oichard, (ieorgo Francis, Pitts Due Natloaal Hunks tho good people, who, wo hope, will 6,i$j 75 Tiik magistrates have no more right burg, Sam White, Crab Orchard, nnd J. I)Me Sute lknks..... him kindly nml nond him away to hell the than tho have tho D. Swain, Somerset. Mr. Farris has al$IJ.9 3 e jail or without an enabling ready hallooed "enough" nnd will pubI, John X Owslejr, cashier of the abotcd namod .Mil. M. 1". HiiiSKt Hv the Louisville Hank, d solemnly swear that the above statement net, but they can sell first and get the drummer pollticinn, wan hero Wwlium-da- right afterwards as that can easily be lish a "card" in our next issue. is true to the best of m know ledge belief. JOHN II OWS1.UY, Cashier. trying to convince IiIh admirerH that obtained from tho legislature. Tho deTiik Court of bevy concluded its lathie March Sworn to before me by J 11. Grovor Cleveland hlionld not bo nomi.V. M. IlKIGIir, N I' I.. C. for its niIu has gone fourth and it is bors Tuesday. Tho number of delin- 4. will lw defeated if ho cree nated nnd that he to be hoped there will be no hituh in quent poll taxes allowed Sheriff Nuwl.iud is. Frank In a good democrat, but be ih USPOUT OP THE COND ITION business. The institution is too heavy was A IS, which is the smallest for years. burking up tho wrong tree this time. a drain on tbo people to continue it In addition to this however, thero were l:t.'t persons found to be exempt from longer. CITY AND VICINITY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, poll tax nml L's women and firms erroAT HUSTONVILLE, Tiik Danvilloand Crab Orchard Turn- neously charged with it. The Funs butter wanted. It. F. I Unit. pike Co. tried to enjoin the Stanford it was alno allowed to return as delinquent In the btate of Kentucky, at the close ef business HioilHsT market price paid for OggH. Logan's Creek Company from building a Feb at, i)i. the tax on Svi.OiM of property, much of Joe S. Jones. oil" from here to a point beyond Rowcut KIteOUKCKS. which do'8 not exiot, having been ..f 105,507 58 land on the grounds thnt n law prevent- wrongly ap.sewed. County Attorney J. Loans and discounts NoirriiKiis newl oata for Bale. II. K. 981 21 ed the running of parallel roads so cloe It. Paxtou was npointcd to settle with Otrrdraft, socurod and unsecured. H. Wearon. W. -" u,yw 00 I' b IloHds to secure circulation to each other. Judge Morrow refiibcd Mr. Newland and that duty was prompt- Due from approved reserve agents Jo.33i 85 My xpring suitingH Bro nrriving. Call the injunction and tho court of appeals ly performed. On motion of Squire Due from other National Hanks 14,773 79 nnd bco them. II. C. Hupley. has just allirmed his action. The di- Seargeant the pay for teams nnd plows Due from State Hanks and Hankers.... Keal estate, furniture and fixtures.. ... 1,500 00 I)ii. W.ui.nbii'h Health Comet $1 at the rectors will now begin work in earnest on the county roads was reduced from Current expenses and taxes paid 347 3a nml to that end have advertised to let Bargain Store. Joe S. Jones. Cash ono 00 ?Jo0 to $1.75, ten full hours to consti- Premiums 011 I'. S. Bonds the contract for building tho road, bids tute a day, the number of hours to be Checks and other cash items 160 56 1 i"Oi'Ms granulated otigar for $1. to be opened March 28. Hills of ohcr Hanks i99 reported by thu Mirveyor. Tho same Fractional poper currency, nickels and pound, nt Arbiieklo'rteolIoe'Jficontaper 8 85 cents n letter enclosing $2, our old friend, gentleman also hud adopted n resolution Bargain Store Is the Cusli "1875 00 Charles It. Bell, Ksq., writes from Aber- requesting thu county attorney to get an Specie 2,500 00 Ik you want a carpet tills npring you deen, Wash., that ho is greatly pleased act passed "to keep us out of tho turn- LeicM tender notes Kcdemption fund 1th U. S. Treasurer should examine our ttock of carpets, with hia new home, v!iie! is situated pike matter and stop gaps nnd holes," 5(3 50 5 per cent, of circulation. matting and rugs. Severance it Son. at tho bead of navigation on Grey's by permitting n tax to be levied not to Total. $171 443 67 LIAHILITIES. XewlandV Harbor and an average of six ships n exceed '20 cents on the $100. From a A mm receiving report of tho liabilities and resources of Capital stock paid in $50,000 co delinquent tint, the court ollored to Fell week, carrying from 4.V),000 to 000,000 10 000 00 feet of lumber aro loaded there for tho county presented by Attorney Pax-to- n, Surplus fund it to him ami a tradil was made for $10. 6,303 55 was seen that $18,77S.0l hud to bo Uudividid profits it - mm South American ports. Tho Northern National Hank notes outstanding '.75 00 TiikiiK are li! persona in jail, all charg- Pacific has the grade complete to Aber- raised to pay current expenses, interest Individual deposits subject to check 7973 01 ed with felonies, savo one. Three of deen nnd will put on trains at an early on bonds, Ac, and n levy of 20 cents on Due to other National Hanks 5,816 80 3,46658 them are under bentenco of life impris- date. Squire Bell thinks that thu town the $100 nnd a poll tax of $1.50 were or- Due to State Hani .sand Hankers Notes and bills 5,131 73 onment. has a big future nnd says hid old friends dered, 5 per cent, of which is to bo apJi;M43 07 information by ad- plied to ordinary purposes, 7J to im- Total Salmon Stkvk. French boneless sar- can obtain further STATK OI' KENTUCKY, provements to court house nnd jail, ibJl f "Jli'TM rT County uf Lincoln, j dines, olives, Scotch jam, early timo dressing him. 9 record boxes, &c, and 7J to pay interest I, J. W. locker, Cashier of the above named Watch Inspector L. & N. all mnplo syrup and cream peaches, Tiik coucert given by Messrs. T. F. it and go to sinking fund for thu paymunt lUtik, do solemnly is ear th tt the above stitcmcnl true to the bust ef my knoulodec uud belief. Farris & Hardin's. is fresh and nice at M. P. Woody nnd Miss Maggio Woody of bonds. Dealer In., J.W. HOCKim, Cashier. nt tho Christian church, Tuesday night, Subscribed and sworn to before mo this th dar On motion of Squire J. II. Chappell, Last week Mr. Win. Daugherty lost O. K. I'UACOCK N I' L. C Mar . wns a musical treat of a rare order. The who made nn earnest speech, fortified of Correct tsut $15 on the street, but tho finder, whoevattt. r T. I. Romkson, er ho was, failed to announce the fact. gentlemen hnvo splendid baritone voices by facts nnd statistics from other counI. Y Riffe. ..) Directors KuWAKD Tf'thls should moot his eye ho will know-t- nnd Miss Woody'H contraltois very pleas- ties, an order was made with but one CSyRepairing neatly and promptA convention wan or- negativo vote, appointing tho judge, atwhom it belongs and go at once ami ing and sweet. ly done. ganized, with some members, torney and clerk n committee to sell thu giro it to him. which have since increased to about 50 UEPOKT OP THE CONDITION property if they can before OK Tub Intuuiok JouiiN.M. will have no Tho gentlemen give them two musical September, if not at public auction on (Stanford, Ky.) on the streets next Monday, lectures n day for live days and furnish n county court day in that month. The THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. collector county court ilny. How many will come mueic book, all for $1.50 a pupil. They squire showed that the institution was AT STANFORD, in nnd nay their honest dues without seem to thoroughly understand their an exceedingly costly one, the expenses In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business being dunned for them? Wo hope n business and tho pupils nro making line of running it, aggregating for last year as Kcb. 36, 18$ 1. fits progress. Tho convention will close with much as tho ontiro expenses of HocUcns very largo number will, RKSOURCKS. ii a chorus concert, next Monday night, tlo countv. Tho genurnl sentiment Loins and discounts 5289,068 31 Tiik Bank of Middlesboro has beennb-eorbe- in which the class will take part. Is a question asked the Grocer every day. 3,360 41 It Heems to bo in favor of selling the estab- Overdrafts, secured and unsecured by tho First National by taking will provehlghly entertaining nnd the 50,000 00 nway with that system U. S. Hands to secure circulation lishment aud do over ite deposits nnd discounts and pur- houso will no doubt bu filled. Doors Stock, securities, claims, etc ",'93 97 Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at of providing for paupers entirely nnd in Duo from approved reserve agents. nnd fixtures. 9,544 10 chasing ita lease, furnlturo open nt 7 i m.; concert begins nt in tho interest of economy, ns well as Due Irons other National Hanks 3,171 83 Tho ofllcere of tho now concorn nro Geo. Admission 25 cents. 5,843 07 for other reasons, wo hope it will bo Due troui State Hanks and Hankers president; W. J. Kinnaird, W. Arthur, 9,150 00 dono. Tho paupers and tho county Realest.ite, furniture and fixtures Ixiikiei) Him in Jaiu Wedncsdny, nnd Kdwnrd Lnbboitenux Current expenses and taxes paid. 450 04 roads scorn destined to bankrupt tho Premiums on U. S. llonds Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, 1,500 00 assistant cashier. Tho deal makes tho County Attorney J. 15. Pax ton wna diswas ordered thnt Checks and other cash items 1,634 38 exceedingly patched for by Polico JuiIro A. M. Hu- county. On motion, it Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried consolidated concern nn after the expiration of Mr. A. H. Penny's Exchanges for strong one. bert to como to Grub Orchard to prose-cuti,iao co Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, time, March 1, 18i)- - the county court Hills of other Hunks n man for robbery. He went up and Fractional paper currency, nickels and Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip will let the contract to nttend to A cold snnp with tho mercury down cents J5 73 nnd found four men under arrest Daclock to tho low- Specie to 2.V nnd below followed the heavy vid Carpenter, CInrenco Hnrdiu nnd keep in ropair tho city 11,714 75 Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, tender notes i9So rain of Tuesday nnd the wind being Stamper Jones, white, and Tim Buch- est bidder, und tho court adjourned. N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer from tbo east it has been exceedsqunro anan, colored. The whito men were 3 per cent, of circulation 2,35000 Monu than 150 answers hnvo already ingly disagreeable. Job used to All his charged with disorderly and drunken been sent in to thu scriptural piuzle basket with that kind of n diet, conduct nnd tho negro with Total $49n8 58 robbery. Bright nnd the LIAUILITIKS. but if nnybody elso ovor got any good Tho proceedings in thu first oflenso be- prepared by Mr. John v $100,000 00 contest does not closu till tho 15th. Sev Capital stock l""out of an east wind, ho hasn't informed ing in y sJWsJI 16,500 00 the name of thu town, that was eral who claim that they either lost tho Surplus fund world, ltain. warmer is nn nnximis Undisided profits co 241 turned over to tho proper authorities paper containing tho puzzlu or mislaid predicted for National Hank rtotes outstanding 45ooo 00 and Tim was put on trial. Ho waB requested us to repro- Unpaid stock reduction that issuo have 9,300 co of robbing Cnrpenter of $12 and The doctors stick it to you whenever duce it, but wo cannot do it. Onco is as Individual deposits subject to check..... 108,915 OI 3i3o 00 they get n chnnce, but they have to do a on it ho was held to tho circuit court, often ns wo can publish anything but a Timo certificates ot deposit Certified checks 300 00 of practico for which thoy notwithstanding Iiu defonded himself in paid advertisement. Hero nro tho Due to other National Hanks. great denl Ho names of those who have answered sinco Duu to State Kank and bankers.......... ",052 14 get pay. Mr. K. B. Caldwell, Jr., an earnest and eloquent speech. nover 1,859 4 Notes und bills rediscounted., tells us thnt ho has had in his hands for was unnblo to give bail and Mr. Pnxton last issue: 10,350 00 BOine timo for collection $20,000 worth acted as sheriff and brought him to jail Mrs. J. M. Coakley, Campbollsville. , Total..... $409,118 58 It was proved that the Mrs. G. A. Lackey, Stanford. for of nccountfl belonging to Dr. J. F. Pey- unassisted. STATK OF KENTUCKY, , white men went to tho negro's houso to Dr. G. W. , county ot Lincoln, ton and about $15,000 Mrs. J. W. Bibb, McKinney. CutorU cum Colic, Constipation, "CaatoTUiseo welldaptcd to children thavt jl Thoy run back for n number of drunk nnd after making him boil somo Miss Cynthia Beck, Stanford. Sour Stomach, Diarrlioia. ErucUtlon. I, John J. McKobt'rti, cashier of above named I recommend It as superior to any prescription KUU Worms, gives sleep, and promote aryt Hank, do solemnly swear that that the above stateMcKinney. years and between $7,000 and $8,000 nro eggs for them, which they ate, fell J. W. Bibb, II. A. Ajschsk, M. D., ment is true to the best of inr knowledge and beknown to ma." injurious medication, lief. all that they will realize on $:io,000. Tho asleep. It was then that, as ho alleges. JOHN J McROBERTS. Cashier 0. L. Hail, Somerset. Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, H, T, I Without Subscribed and sworn to before me this sth dav with all kinds Carpenter wbh relieved of his lucre, Monti-cellcredit system nlaya smash Misses Linnio nnd Cora Smith, Thb CnrtAtm Courxvr, 77 Murray Street, X. T. W. M. I1RIGHT, N. P. L. C. of Feb , 1E91 and ought to w?hich it seems ho ought to have forCoircct attest: of business and professions ) J S Hockii, bo prohibited by law, if it cannot bo feited for being in such a condition and II. Willoughby Inman, Somerset. j W.Hmmh, J. Director. in such a crowd. stopped in any other way. Somerset. W. G. WKS.CH, J H. 8. and E. Porch Hail, fl.-KJ- Vnriion wont to Somerset yeetorduy. Mn. Wiu. I.n.t..viti, who hits Iihuii vary low of pnmim mitt, Is improving. thum has up u notice that it will apMit. A. II Fi.oiia, of lliclinioml, in v!h ply Monday for liceime for another ywir. ititin IiIh parent, Mr. urn! Mrn. II. l'lnni. Maj. W. X. I'orw is in luck. Gov. Mn. Tom Ladi.ky tuillrml n Huvttre l thro', humorrlinu Tuemlay and luih been very McCreary got bis claim for III. together with the simiature of the presMkmiw. I.. L. Dnwflon Hiid 0. T. Kid ident. Hon. M. J. Durham as adminisley I'avo been qiiito hick, but nro trator uf Taylor also gets Jl.O'.'d. Fhiihii lot of Zeiglor Bros.' hIioos at S. W. II. Cocks, Mt. Vernon. Tub Central Kentucky llodgo Co.,. Mrs. Sallio Smith, Crab Orchard. II. Shanks'. with a capital of $30,000, bus ben organLeslie Dawson, Ash Grove, Mo. ized Rt Lancaster. It will embrace 10 B. Burnett, Hubble. Jist reeeived our springstock of gouts' 'counties including Lincoln. V. A. An- - Mrs. G. Birnett. Hubble. Arthur Severline shoes from Kmeison'sSons. (lirM)ii will be president; W. II. Kin- Mim Virvio A. Raines. Rowland. ance it Son. T. M. Crab Orchnrd. nsird, treasurer, and T. J. 1. Turner, cneral manager. Go and examine the line of clothing Successful Trainer. A II lltitchinKV of for men, boys ami children, just receiv who liad Tiikv ArciiiT tiik Aioui(iV. Our Mt miifii thf put iumiiirlUnvilIc, Mine Gran itirh in the f.n. ed. Joe S. Jones. Is cuit with Iliarigclute, Mimu , llixir McOrruir Vernon corrospondent writes that ho iwl othrrt write "I Imve used Qiiinn's Oint wnt lor ionc timo Vol' can get 10 dints per pound for too sick to bond a letter and add: Tho others; for Ilojj ai.l think it superior to M explanation given by tbo Lancaster peo- tipal " '1 ry It. hp.tvnii anil Curbs it has no your live gewse fwithors, opposite ple puts a different coloring to tho House. JoeS. Jonos. . our people generally accept their XKW Al)VKRTI.SKlK.Vre. Tin: county levy nt 20 cents is the explanation, I believe, in good faith. snmu as Ittnt year, but the poll tax was TO Tin: trial of the two negroes for the raised to $1.30, 2f cents more. murder of Marshal Wells wan still in Turx;pi2cc. Miles Loit. Several weeks ago nearStraub's progress at Danville when wo went to M will brreifived till Saturday, March Sih tin store, a black surrah sahli. Finder press last evening ami the opinion for the xraJiin;, nuitf my, bnKinj aril MrAdjm-iiof the SunloM inl ogans Cre!k 1 tirnpike, will please return to Miss Sue Woods, or seemed to prevail that there would be a about two miles hi length Call at D W K. 1'. Woods. hung jury. Col. J. W. Verkes' Bpuoch and examine prfik, nperificntions, Re I td T. I'hMiK, I'renilent. for the prosecution is said to have buen TiiKthree barroomi in town soeui to a master effort. find the business protitahlo. Kach of i -- FOR TIIK BIGGKST- " a a txjp'u. 'fttrv er-fP- jf "ifrl re, IX Fort-ma- Hint-tora- m m Two of 1 3Gt, ffi I( KFIRW )Lfe AND nj Vai.dc-veer- 's -- jxumwk w n SBuVBBWARB In the county, go to 9 was the old porcupine of the Stanford JituitN.M,, who referred to Richmond as an "inconsequential town." A revision of remarks is now in order, since It To Contractors. for the erection of a Saftll bid will be School llouie in white Schail Dhtrict No i, miles north of Stanford, until March 7, 1891 at 2 o'clock p. 111. For plans mid specifications, ipply at tlw ofliLe of the County at "c rcerv Stanford the rijht to accept any Lid Hlvon or reject all bids lor tame. fKO A HKNLDICT, Chairman. io4.td I'UKIEK KOIIINSO.V, Trust. ilcHOB ERTS GIVEN -- REPAIRING and all Go to B. F. ROUT'S -- . St3LH.2S .. Wed-no.du- Groceries, Boots, Slioes, Queensware, No- 1 1 tions, EStc, 41 poor-hot- court-hous- y 1'. SPRING GOODS m 1 1 t 1 1 ' w Our Spring Goods are w coming in and we have received most of our Clothing, Hats, and Men's Furnishing Goods. You are invited to call. Stagg & MeRoberts. FREEFnS :Sfe. E0BT. lJ 'aK. wm, FEKTZZL, mt -- m 1 mm m mm. o ItO-od- d poor-hous- u All Worlc Warranted. F.ne Waiclies a Specialty. WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO BAT?" ' d 7.-1- A. A. WBBEN'S "MODE1L CHOCEKY':'r Tice-presldo- clearing-bous- e e, m m m b-re- nd W"V L VXfssssssWssssssWBsWrssssssssssssss to-da- nc-cus- Infants and Children. Bro-nnug- b. J o. ,ijf - ' s I Semi-Week- ly I ! ) I" j: y: ! . f! t i ! SURGKOy DENTIST. 24 head of steer calves for Apply to J. C. Ilnys, C. 0. Office Jon Maui street, over V. II McKoberts1 Drug Store, Stanford. l'rof. wishes to state Published Every Tuesday and Friday in makingSmith his report of his that ho out school, hail left out the per ceutago of Levi Ki- a laruo experience in raising corn and he SALE. FARM Q PKB YJCAB.IK AJDVVNCI2 ller, which was 100. otleis the following suggestions to the Eloctrlo Btttors Dr. Wulter Heuzley, who has just I offer for sale privately my Farm of 83 Acres, so well known nnd so This remedvis JPWhen not so raid S2.60 will be charRcd.l graduated from Indianapolis Dental Col- public on this subject: i miles south of Stanford, near the bomcrsvt ' All who as to need no npcil.il mention 1. Break sod lnndduringtho winter, in pike. It I. In a hlRh stale ... cultivation, all he lege, will hang out his shingle in C. O. .. ol . sing the name song eight uisciiscd Hlectrlc llltters docs not exist and It of 11.. In Ki.uti. .ij . iv. h.i nil ,k- -. ....B...y ' if iKissible, not less 11 fell, ....... 1.... is medicine K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. He seems to ho a promising young man Januarydeep. Stubble laud than corn praise A purerdo buildings, is will watered and femed and a and Kloetrlc able Is claimed to plaic generally. Call on or address neat and we wish him much success in his inches tho preceding year should he guaranteed cure all all that of the I. Ivor and Slitters w diseases land of Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning profession. Klieum and Stanford, Ky Pimples, broken in March and not long before other will remove caused byMoils, SaltMood Will 0. A PRY ION. 90.1m Impure affections .Mr. J. It. Bailey bought at tho sale planting. The object of plowing sod drtse Mal.iria from the m stein ami proent us n. local time card. of his brother-in-laMr. G. II. Mvers, land early is to expose tho grubs and well a cure all Malarial Pot acute of I ti 30 pm of Richmond, his livery stock and will worms to the freezes of winter, by which Headache, Constipation and Imllgeatltm tr) ltlec-tMail tram goms North Hitters Kntire satisfuition K"ri,ntr,M' . " South 131pm run a livery and feed stable in that many will perish; besides the sod will and Si per bottle-Price 50c monev refunded 150pm place. .Mr. 15. is a Hustler ami we are Express train" South . IJiiilclliijj II Penny's drugstore also be made more iriabie ny the North 311am of his success. 6 $ a m sure of deep plowing is to Freight North The object Local In the corporate limits of Knoland Mrs. D. 0. Payne has been quite provide a thick bed of 513pm South. AWondor Worker. earth sick for some time, but is some belter. to absorb and retain a pulverized The latter trains also carry passengers. M largo portion of Mr Frank Huffman, a young man of IliirliHg H J DAKS!', Rowland. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar Messrs. Arch Carson nnd Curtis Gover the rain in wet weather and nil of it ton, O , states that he had been under the carr of time is about jo minutes faster tuo prominent physicians and used tlieir '1 t are also on tho sick list with pneumonia. when rains nte not excessive This with I.I IHillii f boy around. until he was not Io Miss Josie Stephens, who has been sick the air dissolves a liirtro amount of min pionouiu ed his case 10able Consumption and int. lSALE OR be Ilatmii removed mv llarber Shon to the om for two weeks, is convale¢. . eral matter suitable for plant food, forms imbic, lie was jicrsMaded to tr) Dr. king's New mtriiai nuiei, am Mbnated to ai ontmiMlste laliismsery Couc.h The dramatic society is now rehears a wide range for root growth and is the and at that for Consumption, to alk gnu Colds tltes as well as grnilei ien in anything they may time was not able shim Ihc ing for another entertainment. Uiey best defense auainst drouth and excess street wi'hut resti ig II found bfrc he had The Very Desirable Residence wish III my line. ClnMrrn also taued on tall "nine. inform us that they will have their plav ive used hall of a dollar bottle that he u much betJrsl IIIOMI'SOS, Irl. lot oti Danville street I be bouse is Ami InCcinmcnial IL enjoyinc. to use it and is ter, about tho middle or 20th of this month. SJ ROYAL HIM 1 J. Just before planting thoroughly good health If you have anv throat, lung or in flood leoairautl tontaia. 5 touois Ihc )ard is V "?'""' r Wu only hope they will bo as successful harrow the ground in the same direction chest trouble try it rial bottle free at A. H. Is rife and Itcautllut anj alto(eihr I.. II. COOK, with this one ns'thev were with the it was plowed, so as to avoid bringing to IVnn) sdrug store Tho Pluco la one of tho Most "Hidden Hand." The next play is en- the surface any sod turned under. Thih PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Mlloa' Norvo nnd Liver Pills in Town. titled "Tho Kent Day." will allow tho corn to Income well adActun a 8TANKOKD, KY. 'Twas reported that a rabid dog vanced before any grass seeds germin stomach andnew principle reeulaling theA liver, Witt sell r rent on easy t.rms bowels tliioagh the drives. new passed through town Tuesday morn ate. MISS MARY I. VARNON, dmovery Dr. Miles' IMKs speedily cur kitW-jOllice over Mi Kolirrls' Drug Mure Keiidei.ie Slsnlord, Ky. Whilo the dog was about davlight. pilm, Not earlier than the last week in nest, bod tale, torpid liter, childrenlOtMiipaiiiHi James II Owem ioieity st the jum tton "I llus women, Small!, lighting with Mr. Win Stuart's dog, his March nor later than April place in Unequaled for men,doses cent-.teuvillc aim D.tiitille pikes i imldt-tfrsxi sampl surest 50 $ son, Holdam, wen. out taking tho gun checks at A. It Penny's, Stanford feet apart both ways.huUicient-ifis to see what was tho matter. Seeing tho thick to retain two stalks 111 a hill alter dog he fired at him, but tho shot did the corn is thinned. Cover not exceed.1 Vnlunlilu niNtiMuiy. Tho dog sorted at ing not take cilect. Dr Sivjiiaril's elixir .if youth iHfiT lie inches deep. It is important to Mrs Hannah 1'air Ward wishes Io sell her il euvery. Ion every nun knows Holdam, but he closed tho door in time plant shnllowso that it will germinate and an lmMir ' trust Dr l'i inklin New lie irt euro to prevent Ins being bitten, untortu grow early as soon as tlio surface warms. It with nately the gun had but one load in it or It is better to plant corn in hills so that .nous hear: has vlvena th 01wmid- - alllfclrd Ufa. N ,A1' Where the f e has ltn lept until re tntly ended tho dreaded you may cultivate with a plow both Druvirlsts Hho run aerrse il Lonsoot nian else he might have Dwelling and eery where sHink ere lilstb f ot It. Cikt(tnier in gol repair brute's life. ways and avoid work with hoe. 1 of Kniiihutown. Ind.iu.): Mr. Jolm Miss Mollie Brooks has returned much of Dr Miles' New I'urr and V. 4. As foon as practical after the corn "I hue IN & CO.'S, Highest of from a pleasant visit to her, aunt, Mrs. has been planted cultivate shallow three li.ivi reee eti many cwl reKirt." O Monrj-- . A cream of tarter bakinj powder I Irt'iro Albany, Intl. Mrs. or four times. This may be done with a of Dunkirk N Y. par IsImiiiTo s!e ReJ. J. Carson, at New U. S. tiotcrnmeut all in leavening strength. -i Is evry of th" Ik'M sV port ug. 17, i3So. Mai Chadwick, of Tazwell, Tenn., is short, double shovel plow. The cultiva Ivfaciloti ' Soul itand .u.iruuiu.xl h.ts A K l'u-ny- , Ky. b) Lot on Main Streot in Stanford here on a visit to her son, Mr. James tion should be shallow to avoid turning blaufunl, K . T. Chadwick. Mis3 Nellie Yantis is vis- up any sod turned under in tho winter, Ciri'nt niscincri-rnC. Containing i i io acres ing relatives in Lancaster. Mrs. Jael but so as to keep the surface clean of What II I. n ..i K .im.ii Mre nhei. :! hooonnd for Auditor of the State ot Terras easy Is a Candidate T R WALTON, Stanford. Cooper has returned from New Haven, u. Witi I'ltwmne; ,N. r Krat k lite Hi'll UHunii aoeci.t 1st Hi subtect to the will of the Democratic party. where her husband has been U. S. store- gra?s. Plowing should be finished by lln Mlb I will sell to the highest b dder on the time corn is a foot or 13 inche's ousdiMii is to te iiorvous ayteinKtid ne ve . keeper, but is now in Louisville ns same. high, because late plowing breaks the lluld Anient his handrout of th R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Misa Lottie Dillion, one of C. O.'sfriends roots of corn by which its growth and RrtHtrti lr Nerro.e U 1,5, 1S91, is unvirpuvv in somest young ladies, is visiting I base finished my net. Saw Mill on the Some. best development is hindered. Growing djifMla. hea l.ube. iv, ttcir.ilk-i- ba k , tomt das m (r.i ul the tourt house in set pLe, 7 Nitles (mho siarfrt aad aw prepared in Stanford. Showillgo from thereto corn needs all its rootH to supply stalk iicu.r, h. t Niei'iirsinH. ' miiiei" DENTIST. Stanford Ry , m) is furnish any VI ml l I.UMIIHK, hlUNULKS. tc. fittiml IhH .f ma l lut ' A K Nicholasvillc. with plant food and develop the grain. l'i'iiin, . r Ac.al I.OWrs I'KIUih I will sell the lum A.I klooi.o read Ins Ae Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, 151 Acres, A certain young man in town want- Level cultivation is hest because it reFarm beral the mill nr deltser. to suit purchasers. Cite up stairs Nitrous Oxide was given for painless bt'irtUni it ii t"'e AJIt r til, u wry a . fi me a trial ed an excuse to go to see a young lady tains the moisture and protects the roots extracting. iVttolhte. AYW t)(l). KV h,; ui.d luiel lilulralvd UxU. 1 to live Iron Maxfurd, in the Walnut Hal I ill deliver awI . hcslnwt shingles at Slan STANFORD. KENTUCKY. with whom he was very much smitten, of the corn more effectively, besides it a.L nikrttbiHhol lard ar Holland st Si $ prr.M. Terms made laimi on day ot uk Tor Mtticu He discourages washing of the land in heavy so this was the way ho managed. A II IIAbTIN wii4uiict, Dim i.a.icv aiiHH.ru, riy found out at homo that they were in rains. W. B. wnen corn land is properly DR. MRS, ANNUs M. I.AM.KV toa Id need of butter milk. He goes to the broke it is half cultivated. T. M.G. house of this young lady ami asks if he auswered in can get milk there; being Everything1 for lis Orchard, Lawn, Garden This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and The government has a big job on its Office South side Main street, in office recently tho ailirmative and after some prelimiothers ho I to trespass on our lands without per. Ily virtue of Taxes dus the State of KenturV) hands to bury Senator Hearst, of Califorvacated by Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. missiwi, as all such illbe prosecuted la the fall. nary remarks, lasting an hour or so, he nia, considering tliebilla paid for the fun- and Lincoln county, I or one of my deputwt, will, Why not buy duett float the grower, when y est estent of the law SurneJ returns home. He called again in the eral of Senator Heck, whoee remidns were on need I rves, I'Unis ur ines on t. ,11 4r aum M C KKYNOLDS. S IMItl ll early afternoon to inquire what time he brought to Lexington, just a day's jourey and eet stock true to name Ut eieploy m I. M. BRUCE, V. 'IMtt'.. MisAMCI.J llAt'tiHMAN. agenta. sell iliittt In the planter Millions ef can get the milk, and being informed he ney from Washington. Tho bill was MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1391, our I bnt Plant, . II COOI'KK. . and iae are Kcarinc rts.Kriuu. ky W A "?"". MARTIN: AKD FED STABLS, goes aim gets his pail and secures the $5,000, of which the Washington underin n.l jmltj hr their fruit KOHKKT IIAKNKTT Mrs MI A IIKl'CK, Ketwccn the hours of io, A. M . and j, I' M.. befor article and when he much inquired airawtterry ana general rt ihmiv i aiaingne on W P (IRIMI-Sgot S73.S.50 for casket, embalming, fore the II takers IMKM dixr in Stanford, pall to tb applnation to M r. MILLhNMh IK. discovers the shades of evening gather- txc. Three rullmnu palace cars were STANFOKD.KY. Letmgton, Ky 14 IIS ing fast, he is reminded that supper used by tho party in going to and return- highest bidder, for cash in hand, thtt (Bituiag lands, or to much thereof as may Ut necessary to SPECIAL AITENITON to COMMERCIAL hour is approaching and he is seen THE CQULIERCinL HOTEL travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. wending his way homeward, for this ing from Lexington, at a cost of $300. satisfy the ametiitt of laxaa 4t aforeaaid, carriages in Washington to convey horsesand vehicles used in liven' young man loves his meals as well as For Onlv J. II OWENS, Msaager, STANFORD I'RECINCT. tho parties to the depot, ?131 was paid, tho girls. Tho many schemes that a boy railroad faro to and from Lexington, Tax. Year. Name Acts. HarrodsLuirg, - Kentucky. SUKF02D who is in love will invent are surprising a llfst. ... 4i Is hottl in Iexington for for enter- Itaker, Hugh SHELTON HOUSE as well as amusing. I bave ;. 7 5 taining tho party one day, S UK).7o; Lex Ilailey, Thomas taken ckarae st this popular hvtsl Wa, the undersigned, ) K Pet ton. John S and intend ta run in a first class manner in every a r 'ls 9a for handling remains Craig, Hem t Lot Hughes, Maile-xPeyton I ItarU. I sinrte-tan- t leapeil Saturday was tho 2oth ington undertaker the grave, $1 IS; niealu, Carr, Harriet It 1. bsat MafMied and painted from Danville. 'S; u eo... lj J. H OREEU, Proprietor, to a from the depot to and George W turiesaut, Jr , do astuctatc top to bottom, the billing it baing renovated and nuiiiversary of tho marriage of Uev. and lunches, champagne etc., taken by the Gentry, Gresw, twa tot together and lusu an mcrH)iacti aNs(fo vctvthing tloae t. make 4 jo aleatant and t.tfort - Mrs. W. Y. Sht'pj)ard, of Trinity Kpisco-pa- l party whilo on the train, S72D.03. The liwitry, Hindi company pursuant t the pro.iioa of Chapter jt. never he surpass, " " ty to 99 l. The table shall J H. OWENS j oj Grlieral staiules of Rintucky ed by hatelsiu this socihtn church, and the occasion was uiudu other incidentals items bring the amount Given Anthony, " j oj ad 1. The name of the cortvra4so ahatl be the h4" t accommodations at reasonable rates. meuiorahlo hy two handsomo presents, " llpa. ..... J a SUHfonl Ualer Work. Company and its general Civens, 'lop up to tho $0,000. Open diy and night, baniple room and good Usury 0110 from Mr. Shonnard's concreuation place of transacting hsisiaeM snallWe in thecit in connection. " Hill, Wiatt aaH4 of Scaaford, lanroln roonir Kentucky and tho other from his son, Mr. Allen S 'M, 8s ad It is proposed that the State of Illinois Hamner, James j oa a. The gwwral nature ol Iht bustaea af the tor- - ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Sheppard, of Richmond, Va. Tho for- employ a special agent at Washington to Hansford, Mary, hr. lot 'St, hf and $...... A jj pomllofi snail DC the ituiru. Ixia aad matate y....... .Seventh and Market Streets, mer pave him a "silver cake" which was Becure more nnd bigger pensions for the McPherson, John' " 'M, Sf aatl 90 ttanenof system StSM.IV is 04 water alor uay tooft tie aler ul.ks for the snst the city Slsnlord daintily prepared and contained in tho s " 'M, S9 and 9a - - Kentucky, o n HlMMIaats thereof and to the town of the Moatgootery, Alex and f Rowland Louisvillo, Havmi; leased the Menefee Stable, I now offer other, from Sucker pection. Kvidently aad fa. " , Middletosi, George t s a ltd the inhahtunu theieof. ) The toastrtsc-my NKtV STAIIRH on Lancaster street for rent center 50 silver dollars; tho WILL OI'KN MONDAY, MAR . Km u It has tea Iarf8 Wax Stalls and is the very best Ins bou, was a handsome silver tea ser- peace will never gather us nil under her Roe, Heme im of gas or 11 'If, K, H J S trsc ami maintenance ol VanL.rU and m the elrr. Inrhl ih the city of place in the county for a Jack ,nd Horse stand for vice. The aflair was a surprise to Mr. wings a as a hen gathereth her chickens Rout, Hrsy 40 of Rowland, and l sharga and receive pay far lilting sold out oar entire interest In tbr hotel, f, H, Sf, fa the cumins season. A larijo cistern at the door. nnd Mrs. Sheppard and therefore tho The Msakufaituie and sale ot ar- on Jefferson stieel, we base reeved to cmr old such li( kit.. 1 1M9. so until tho government shall provide "an Terry, John M. Call on or address I h more enjoyable. Mr. Sheppard holds a office for every democrat, a pension for Whitkiy, Jane r tificial ica. of all Mich real staad that wc occupied fur years so successfully f A. T. NUNNELLKY, Stanford ac4aittiuti 75 4 "r, St, 90 oa Seventh and Market and nerwnal r.lale s reumred warm place in the heaits of his contiro' every republican and a 'ficursion for Warred, Mariah 2 fj and 9,. ... j 05 ducting the torporaiioH stay be specific J lur con MP m elegant shape, new stieets, arc now fitting it throughout and the out abuse all Ration and tho citizens generally, and ,,e lcKaM'. Including ne of and brother." Louevery colored man y The capital stiwk of the aasoctation shall ?il ?'."l.n WALNUT FLAT. wish him and his wife ninny happy re- isville Times. Hale sSafcly Pat.enger and Hageage Klevatnrs be Mvaty-tivS;C,ooo di4lar.( to bo withall divided mm shares of one thtisaMd iloltari mrh, our old the late imprettmenls We vsnt all of turns of tlieir wedding anniversary. F. Lackey, lien s '?, U. Se, 90 5 s friends 10 aad which is t be paid to the I'rcasuirr aftlic We promise you t me and see us in our old houie of F. W. Hand-maI, llandman.a brother Tho Finest on Earth. that our rooms, tahle and servi. e y, , y I5 CmSKiny at such tunes and in ti h proportioni Knds, Thos. 'S9 .V 9 I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the 33. shall be second tu died after a short illness, Dayton U R. is Richardson, Hen, hrs 4a the land My wife, The Cincinnati, Hamilton work in a i;ood manner and promptly 'Io and o ....i 95 as all he required by thu Hoard of I)l.ciorof Jo II. Alexander, none lu to be trmcraberetl Mrs" wants The Fair directors have decided to otTer the only line running Pullman's Perfected Safety Richardson, Hen, Jr. the Company, .all uurlady friends and she will Le glad to see them Vestibuted Trains, with Chair Parlor. Sleeping Ac One Dollar a Foot. 4. The corporation shall contmtneeon the yjth ami give them a beany live stakes and seven purses for trotters nnd Dininc Car acrvitc between Cincinnati. In reception. F are Sj per day iS 'K, (9 and y ami Anderson, 7 y dayol February ilvi, and terminate at the end of Hnd pacers at tho coming August meet- dianapolis and Chicago and is tho only line run tail on or adorns me at Stanford, Kentucky. JO II. ALKXANDKH, Manager fifty fjo years irnm that date Jio 3M L.T..SMITH. CRAI1 ORCHARD. ing, making three races each day. The iing through Keclinin, Chair Cars between Cln- 5. '1 he aAairset the Company shall be conduct-ec nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. and Sleeping by a Hoard n lite Dirovtors," one ef w liom shall stakes are for yenrlincs, to Mackinaw, and tne Adams, Kliiabclh 7 60 be elected President "5 'St, t$ and 90 The Ho.trd of Directors and pacers, and Ctr CincinnatiOnly Dlroct Line and shAN be clecteil annually by the shareholders on S M. 4 purees arc for 3:00, lleiween Cincinnati. Davton Luna. Toledo. De IIron, J. close May 4. Tho the first SaturJay of August of each ywr. Hut Heck, Win. J" J until the first election, the inrorporatois herein i7- 2.32, 2:28, and 2:22 classes trot- troit, the Lake Regions and Canada. A Bluo-QraAndcrjon, J. L. 7 7o iiamoti snail constitute the Dirsiler Farm For Salo. 5 of the Com ting, and for tho 2:2o class pacing. J. 1 he road is ne of the oldest in the Stated Griflin, David, Sr. ' ta 90.. 7 00 pany ita over 7$ the only line Is. The highest amount of irdebtcdne II. Kngleman is tho happy owner of a Ohioand uoitoieiracK, entering Ciacinnati or liaana iromua past recora can Haggand, Allen miles 01 ts fey... S 5 us bility to whit h the corporation can at any lime I offer or sale privately the Henry Hester farm fine hay filly, bired bv theSCO.OOOstallion more than assure its patrons speed, comfort and Haggand, W G. (m v.; i8 75 subject Itself shall not exceed nfty Ihoutand TUB GrtlLVT HOUSEHOLD ItEMKDY FOR of 60 acres, nearly all rich bottom land,atuC Anteeo. It was foaled Sunday and is safety. '" dollars. J 74 sown in wheat, the balance in grass. Tickets on sale everywhere, anil see that they Noaks, Kliiabcth " 4 "J The prisatc property nl incorporators and nit of Bessie L.. bv Cuyler. dam Lady read C, 11. .V D., cither in or out of Cincinnati, Howland. Alfred 7. 3 00 shari holders lt '7 1090. is lobe exempt from corporate debts. Gregory; second dam, dam of Jeremiah, Indianapolis or Toledo. The dwelling has sis rooms and Is in good reRogers, John, Sr. no j yj nitness our nanus February 14, idui pair. There is a new barn, good well, fine orch10 . e.o. Mccormick, 2: Ad vocat e. Interior Journa. CRAB ORCHARD. sale. I linvo The but salve in the world for cuts, bruises, How to Get a Largo Yield and How to sores, ulcers, salt rheum, Inver sores, tetter, chap ped hands chilblains, corn and all SMrt trup Avoid Failure. tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir ed It is guaranteed to irive perfect satiifactior, To the Editor of the Interior Journal. jj cents per 00 nr monev reiunuen J. S. Murphy, of this county, has had Kor sale by A K. Penny, Matitortl, Ky INDIAN CORN. Bucklen's Arnica Salve am Ir. A. S. PRICE. FOR -- -- vi :CmmLvjm. 111 KM-nc- ), " !'"l& nc For Salo treez-ing- Twenty Lots trcat-men- t FOR RENT. flOYAl f '' I f . C 1 i - rain-ful- l. to-d- ay fill 1 Do-liKhtf- ul IIt. 9-- tt t, . 11 y C.S!Ex FOR SALE. lm.i-ofhslme-huut- 1 llr-.w- 1111 -- POWDER Milt-v- Paid For Hides and Fur, Property at aicKiiiiicy, c iov-1- 1 l.ts-i- 1111 Absolutely Puro -- 11I f iI. ELK iv- Stanford, FOR SALT! RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- y, ploc-ncit- r ! PUBLIC SALE. Mumt-101- , Monday, r Aril ITEW SAW m-tt.t- 1,11 . 1 of-- -- 1 I if- .i .t of it-- PENNY, 'J Dentist. Sheriffs' Sale for Taxes! ! - POSTED. 1 1 WW, ti'st-da- ss M cvet-whe- re ! I , court-liiH- t. Articles of Association 5, THE wiimm mm, m 11 Rowland, PirM-clas- Kentucky. orh 11 . FOE. RENT. 1 S 1 bounty-jumper- white-winge- d I .... 1 ls 77-t- 1 WKX.X. BOHI3KTG thou-un- ?". "' . -- n, ad A-- d two-year-ol- three-vear-ol- ds . 1 A Spsoial Bargain. 33 1 'j , 4 . the Evening Post, of New York, under date of February U, PRICE 50 CENTS. explaining that there is not enough of t Send tltreo stamps for free- sample-bo- tho Maine liquor law in Maine to proaud book. hibit, and cotnplnining that ho has never got what he asked that tho liquor trnillc in his State is profitable and comfortable for those engaged in it, and he This disclosure wibhes it otherwise. does not seem to us to be in the nature of encouragement to tho States that have ABSOLUTELY PURE,v not entered upon prohibition labors as a i FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH7I steady occupation, to begin. If comparAND NURSERY PURPOSES. HIS atively nothing has been done in Maine after 40 years' experience, what can the rest of us hope for, nnd had wo not better give our attention to some other line For sale by A. U. Penny and M. L. llourne, of business? Mr. Dow is discouraging. otanioru. Ho says ho cannot got the law ho wants. But where is tho wholesome nnd irret sistible public opinion he should long I.SArJ ago have created? We fear the trouble is when tho prohibitionists enact laws they trust to the Lord to execute them, considering their share of tho work already done. Neal Dow writes to two-cens SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. General Passenger and Ticket Agent. 1M0ID80AP .,' When When When When her Castoria. slie was a Child, she cried for Castoria. she became Miss, sho clung to Ca&toria. she bad she gu o them Castoria. Dftby was sick, wo gavo CUU-lre- Stewart, Eliiabctb, ito Woods , Mary 5o Hreck, Jesse J let Karris, E O. hrs. 48 Hodge, Win lot Norkykc, Mrs. M. " Wren, Nathan 1 1 'SandM 'Ipand 'M '7t9 to 9 '9 . -- .. jy t ou 5 V 90. I F TON, 1..S IIUGIII Ks. MASTKIIM PI TON. CHAS. F VU'HTKVANr. ard and months Mr.t-clas- s fencing on the place Terms- - 9 70 1 UKO.W S Ml RIEAANT Ily Clias. F Stiirtevanl JR. cash; balance in Possession la bo git en l'eb. i, One-ha- lf u and 18 191 '9 ' to 99 and 90 o 90 to 90 9 lu 3 95 COI.ORKD. Hright, Krancis Iturnside, Sum Guest, Grcon Jones, Green Rice, Andy Tucker, Wm. 3 1 1 let let 1 t a 75 3 3 1 , f3 5 1 hnnola, scK klUuvts uuu bluU 5 tallmud lurpltl liter. r Adviceliiflriiiltle,neli as to the Aged. Archi-lni; Apply to me or my agent, W. A. Tribble, at Stanford, Ky. oo-J. V PEVTON, M. 1). tf mIiijc- - St and 9.J I9 and y '(jo V a 3 J 9 ffAH-OnUJO.- Chicago,;lI The BEST FLOUR is the CREAM FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lexington, Ky. For sale by all I "i L . ft l- Grocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook, first-cla- ss -r "Via r- - Jim .' 7' .ja J- - "that women be admitted to the general conferences of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, that efficiency, not sex, shall be considered in the government sorvice; that women shall wear a business costume; that American women forbid tho use of the plumage of singing birds upon their toilets," etc. it imjmpsj WAYNKSBURG. FIcnchpaugh, Henry 1S0 and yi 'S5 to '90 Morton, Geo. V. 57 AND OI HER PERSONALTY. Martin, W. C. 6a 'ijandoo I will sell at public auction at my residence on the Polly John U. 'Sf to 90 43 Middleburg pike, 3 miles from Hustonville, on Rlduer, H'rn. '89 and 90 10a 6 Ross, I). F. 1690 Williams, Itobt. '89 and 90 40 ' to 90. Williams, Susan 147 My personalty, consisting in part ol Young, Clark, '89 and 90 10 Eleven Horses, including 4 II rood Mares. rocka. ) ear-olway Horse,i phaeton do., HUSTONVILLK. 4 and yearling filly, to 90.. Griflin, General, 30 Eleven yearling Mules, 4 aged Mules, 1 Jack, 1 '83 to 60 .. Jennet, 4 good Milk Cows, 40 Hogs, aoo Sluep, Haley, David, barrels ot Hay, 90.. Improved Train Skiivkc to Louis-viixk- . zoo to 400 Implements, Corn, 30 stacks of Ac. Oldham, Mrs Rebecca Farming Kitcbon Furniture, 'S to 00.. 10 Passengers for Louisvillo via the Terms: AH sums of $10 and under, cash; over Cloyd, Edith '33 to 9., town lot that a credit of 90 days on notes bear- Cooper, Jim, & Crest cnt and the Louisville ing interest and payable at tho Hu.tonville Na- Gn em, Al 4 southern can now leave Junction City tional Hank. 'St) and 90 S Lewis, Samuel, at 2.23 p. si., Danville at H.3S and arrive The Farm of 260 acres, all in grass and to remain Raid, Aaron hrs. 3 '89 and 90 Louisvillo at 7; or they can leave so, will be rented to the highest bidder the same Vinson, Frank at 1 i 10 go before. Junction city at 5.''0 a. 3t., Danvillo at loj-t-day, if not rented privately W. CARPENTER. MRS. MAGGIE at 10. 15. TURNEUSV1LLK. 5.30 and arrive in Louisville &. U, S you can leave Louisvillo at 4.10 'wj .V 90 I Fresh milk cows for sale, apply to Alcorn, IL, G. '88 Io 90 1 p. 31., arriving at Dauvillo at 0.0" and at urignt, Kicliard Ol I W. H. Murphy, Sunford, Ky. Hright, John '8S toco 3 Juuction City at 9.1.r; or leave Louisvillo Cobb, Louisa 6 '93 at 7.20 A. 31. and arrive at Danville at Floyd, Jim ,a9 A' 90 1.50 and Junction City at 2. This lino is 13 Cloyd, Joe S miles tho shortest between JJanvilIe '85 to 90 list P. W, GREEN, Proprietor. Goocli, Cam to 90 3 and Louisville. Ask for tickets via Queen & Crescent Route. Gooch, Davidson 33 'So to 90 ' Welch, Jim lot I have recently taken charge 01 this 90 present high Hotel and intend keeping it at 'S8 to t)o Ut At tho Washington session tho board standard. Special attention given its thu traveling Welch, Herry to of national council of women resolved public. 87 to cj .Morrison, riirs 4 SALE OF STOCK '9 15 10 75 Co j 3 Friday, March 1 13II1, 1891, 1 d, 4 u, 3 40 y rrvcl 011 licnsinriraua, IliiiHlmlnir the liouola, iriviiiu untur-is- l clIwrliai-R-ivillliout (ruliiluf vr icrlpiiig, uutl 1 s lisve aapcrlfln .imsriito IMPAETING VIGOR I T.P. GflNTER'S MAGIC REMOVER! c CSC 6 50 6 gu Xlit-- to tlio lililnvyu. Madder and uro adapted to old or young;. SOLD 12VJ2IlVWUij:Hli llv. 3 60 9 so 1 '7 i S 3 Oci 3 75 3 3, 4S i 83 3 3 4,, WHAT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUCHS COLDS Wacting Dinoacea t, SCOTT'S CONSUMPTION 71; 7 70 7 S5 1 00 1 rfTC! JJ M1TEHS HOUSE, well-know- n 05 Wonderful Flesh Producer. Many liaro gaiuod ono pound per day by ita uao. Scott'u Emulsion is not n sccrot remedy. It contains tho stimulat-in- g properties of tlio Hypoplios-pliito- s and puro Norwogian Cod Liver Oil, tlio potency of lioth being largoly increased. It is usod by Physicians nil over tho world. '7 45 10 10 3 J5 jo 8 60 3 76 1 j0 s 60 . Flrst-Class.Samp- lc Room In connection. HIGHLAND. 50 J 140 Alio Pool and .Billiard Parlors. L.M.REID, Clerk. 73-t- Drtttian, John Daugh, Geo. W. Ilaugh, E. hrs Harris, Margaret Sackenheim, Jos. McMallcu, Jas. 30 60 '8S.. '88 to 90 . '88 to 90, '83... 1 00 9 to 5 83 1 5 '8r... '89 4-- 90 a 60 4 Co l T, D, NKWLAND, S. L. C. SCOTT & BOWNC, Chemists, N.Yt PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Dntgyhts. Tho I.iic ItEMovEii fills a long felt want with owners of Horses or Mules with Wurts, Knot, IJruises, Cuta, Stniins, SpniiiiH, Old Sores, Hurb "Wire CtttH, otf. It makes no iliflurcneo how lonjj tho knot has' been theru, or how hard it is, (if it is not of tho hone,) wo will take It off on tho "NO CURE, NO PAY" plan. In removini; tlio knot tho hair comes off, nnd tho place becomes very sore; when you Btop using it, the hair comes back its original color, and not a traco of tho knot is left.- Por plan of iiiRimini-oetc., call at tho undersigned druggist's, and bring your animal with you. ForialebyW. II MeRoberts, drusgut, Stan- . 9 " 'Hi ig.ijt;'ite-'ii- u js.ua I'MjjMswtssajiwLiMHsx'SKjiiii mmi