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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891031001 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. v. f.r Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. MARCH 10. 1891. NO. 3 HON. R. C. WARREN. LONDON -- wuiinwy . court day. posed of. w"h u.u A fuw small biiIIh ... In m twilim - wero '" , ' ill Hhortly he -T-hultaptlrt church repaired and painted. Jim Dillon will dotiiework. and h. W . Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housof jewelry, Morrow have opened a line LOUISVILLE, KY. Ac, nt the former's drug Mor.'. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. -- The Woody Concert Company l.i--I A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. i can n sories of concerts and lemons vocal music at the l'rchyterinn church Friday evening. They Miccoedodin makIt is stated that Mr. II. II. Smith, deling up a clam of ahotit 10 members. As quite, a numher of our citizens egate to the constitutional convention concluded to ham to shave ihemsolve.", from Hardin county, lias heen putting in CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. the IwrherH liave rccoiiMilerod the mat- some of his spare time in writing a novter of Sunday closing and now u fallow el, which will soon he issued hy John I. Morton it Co., of Louisville. The hook can net n shave on very short notice. Coffee, Molasses, Tea, Sugar, Syrups, Honey, We nrn exrecdiniflv dad to state is entitled "The Downfall of tho I'oliti- Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Salt, Meal. Lard, Flour, that the music class of Unininl College, chin, or Helicon mid Destiny." It would under tho skillful direction of l'rof.bujiiht to 111111110 that Delegate FARINACEOUS GOODS: v..u..,. ,. niu,,nii r. tvi another enter-- 1 has neeleeted none ot ins duties as a "- W....V-, Maccaroni, Spices, Cheese, Flavoring Extracts, ,.'. ..i.. tit nt tin. mint limine. 1 he date member of the con. tin., wluio engaged l.nii tint .... viii. hl'I'II lUrHIlULHl. hilt (lilt in his literary pursuit, hut at the same nu , ..,--Raisins, Citron, Figs, Prunes, Currants, it.n ..U., notice will he given in this column of time it might ho properly asauiuud that ble. There is no candidate for auditor tell you. Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Parlor and Hall Lamps, Mr. Simpson Tipton, nn old citizen, some of his stray tliouirliw may liave oo- - now before the people who is more worthe Intkiiiuii JoniNAi.. Queenswarc and Tinware. resigned his eaeionally wandered in the direction of thy of recognition, nor is tiiere ono who died at his home five miles east of Lon It. Graham Frank has will serve the State with more fidelity. don on the oth. He was position in Stanford and returned home. the discomfited politician, who is the b.ul health, hut we Jmpo to ro of his novel, so as to interfere some-- The democrats in this section who know throughout the county. is in Mr. Newton Jackson left Sunday for him nil right soon. John Samuels what with his reflections upon tho groat him will rally to his support, anil we constitutional questions umler consider-Stimln- v trust he will go to the convention with his home in Illinois, Although Newt ami John Nichols, of Danville, spent in Iincaster. Pete Hampton, ation hy the body of which lieis iimeiii- - instructed votes sufficient to secure him is it republican and a farmer, he says ho had rather see Palmer elected than any of your city, was hero hntunlny. Jolly her. Why lie should gmup politicians the nomination without n struggle, farmers' alliance man. of friemls'liere who are and religion together is incoinprehensi-alway- s Danville Advocate. Pte has a host ' Born, to the wife of George W. ColMr. Richard C. Warren, of Lincoln glad to grasp his honest hand. hie. Kcligion docs not usually keep bert, at Lily, Saturday, a beautiful bouncComo over again Pete ami "see the folks company with polities, and politicians county, candidate for State Auditor, a largo audience at the court- ing baby boy. It will probably he nam and cat peaches." Quito a number of ordinarily give religion a wide berth, I las the largest and College were hero The fact is they are antipodes and it house Monday. Capt. Frank His speech made for ed after its M'xS student from Centre Sunday. Will Jennings, of Paint Lick, would he just as impossible for them to him many friends, who will give him Riley, Kentucky's next U. S. Marshal. MOST COMPLETE STOCK X. Lees, Sviss, whose family lives zBC5SBc!3B5S53BcESEsScfcii. was here Sunday. Hon. W. II. Miller) dwell together in unity as it would lie their earnest support. A better man OF passed through on tho train Saturday af- - to reconcile right with wrong, justice could not he elected. Wo aro for him just out of town on tho Williamsburg ternoon en route to his home in Stan- with injustice, purity with tilth, or vir- becausoof his eminent fitness for tho road, died last Friday night. lie had ion!. Wo were glad to see him looking ' tue with dishonor. Tho writer gives place. Auditor Norman desires to he been affected with dropsy for several these tlolinitions to tliH wonls. "Politics, reelected, but he has pulled tho public years and was unable to leave his B0 wt,j ever shown in Stanford at prices 11 Finley has heen de- - u thankless field, in which a faithful teat long enough Ho served two terms house. Policeman as low as the lowest. The Laurel Seminary will have a defor special duty on "Battle How." lie servant receives tho opprohium of as Commissioner in the Insurance Buin the State, ' Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Kvery person seen going into the place his fellows. Heligion, a niasklhohiiid reau at a handsome salary, and his two bate next Friday night, to which everybody is invited. Subject "Which has who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. sold, is which the world plays. Society, a years as Auditor makes eight years' Don't have to where "it Is said" liquor is public teat pulling, and we believe in been the most destructive to the human send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old before Judge Hemphill ami ex-- 1 ket plmo wlmro men ami women hv his honor as to whether or ate." Possibly it has novor occurred to giving others a chance as it might be race, liquor or war?" Debaters, Fatty Johnson, P. C. Eversole, Frank Prov- gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicbought any liquor. So far every Novelist Smith that the field of politico more healthy. -- libation Enterprise. not h no ono iB forced to unter, ince, F. G.Begley, J. B. Mason and E. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. one cxamluud has sworn positively that is one th.it L. Wesley. DEATHS' DOINGS. Such and that the role of a politician is a he did not and has never done so. Steve Jackson discovered a few should bo taken out and hung, ter of choice and not compulsion, and Friends of the family will learn with nights ago that somo ono had been stealT-tfrkECTcB. CUb StiVlP call the attention of the hence if the Held is a thankless one the regret of Wo respectfully F0i. of Charley Graves, the a who have lwnn circulating it opprohium of his fellows can easily be sou of the late W. II. Graves, at Canton, ing his hay and upon talcing the tracks flrs "croakers," ifc nurffc r KutMwsfiwa va avoided hy tho selection of some other it was easily traced to a colored man's that the police judge, twho is Mo. He was in his 17th year. house, one Jerd Smith. The hay had with the mime powers as a magistrate), vocation, in which the faithful public Mr. Tut Peyton, who was wounded of servant can get his deserts. The nwer-th- e heen taken from tho loft over to II. C to the following aiwiidmnit to Sc. in the battle of Mills Springs, and has Broughton's and there "shook" bo as to ff! of Practice. "A mag-- ! lion that the world plays behind the Criminal Code been a paralytic ever since, died Sunday, that any public of- mask of religion is rather sweeping in its aged T.'i. He had heen drawing n pen- leave the impression that it had gone istrate, if sutistled that way. Jackson and Broughton went fense has been committed, shall have nature. Because, perchance, a hypo- sion of $72 a month. n crite or i i it poster is occasionally found to Jerd Smith's house and accused him power to minimon before him any Dr. II. Brown brought the Bad news "stealing the livery of Heaven to berve of it, and then had him to take the same ho may think proper forexamination QK SALE EVERYWHERE yesterday that tho family had received a on oath concerning it, to onahle him to the devil in," it does not follow that the dispatch from Senaca, Kansas, saying rope used before, tie the hay and return r r PRtPARto ox ascertain the oiluudor, ami to issue u mass of mankind who hulievo in and that Mrs. L. B. Hays, who was Miss Lucy it. practice religion are playing behind a The Dramatic Club "came, saw and w a rant for his arrest." ST. LOUIS MO. suddenly. No cause was mask. Religion needs no mask; it car- Bogle, had died put its hands in our pockets" Friday assigned, but the doctor surmised that suggested as the ries April 1st has been night. In "Among the Breakers" A. untie. It emanates from God, the day on which the con. con. will proba- Maker of man, uml is therefore eternal. it was from child birth. Miss Lucy was II. Melcon was the heavy villain and he bly adjourn. April 1st would be a suita- The hopes of men for time and eternity the eldest daughter of tho late Rev. J. A. did his part to perfection. J. C. John F. D. RIJjEY, Fropriotor, MT. VERNON, KY. Inlovable ble day on which to cease from their Koptucky. are centered upon the religion of the Bi- Bogle, and a most estimable and son as Capt. Bruce Hunter acted better London, T'Ui- init wi 1IaI.Iii till mlntlin ' born uml let their works follow them. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bolter ble, its inspiration and teachings. It has woman. and looked better than he does usually. ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- precartd than ever to accommodate the public. Died, at his home near Knoxville, uood i.ivery attacnea ana every convenience deHonest Tnclo Jack Crow says, "Let blessed the world in the ages that are March 'J, Mr. II. W. Hall, aged 30. He It B. Craft and Miss M. E. Ferine in cut attention to the traveling public sired. Give me a call. as "Irish" could not have M. P NEWCOMB, Prop., FRANK RILEY. tho Old Guard prepare for action. Vic gone ami will remain as the stay and had been in declining health for more their parts 77 Mi. Vernon, Ky, Possi- comfort of men in the ages to como. done better if they had heen what they I m smell it." tory is in the air; than three years, four months of which represented. The colored servant "Scud" bly the victory Undo Jack refers to is he was bedridden and a great eu Merer. Colored Department. i . SALVE, ni,i it... i was acted by J. B. Eberlein. Mr. Eber-lci- u .. tinctured wllii a ponume raum A member of the Methodist church and I desire to sell my (arm ol about 1,10 acres, situ. well and his had studied his part The first Sunday in March was a high a conscientious and honorable christian ated about ' miles north of Stanford on tha Bourbon," which is said to be peculiarly piVe, opposite There " carried the Cure cut, bruives, old sorc. skin diseases, Hush Ilranchacres in wheat the old church.balance and rye; the agreeable to the olfactories of a number day here with tho colored people. Tho gentleman, he stood high in his commu- "Tribulation am a Comin' corns, bunions, piles, listula, scratches, halter are about s house by storm. Every one was an actor burns, dew poison and bruises Wherever it has of the farm well set in timothy Good dwelling Odd Fellows thanksgiving sermon was nity, and of worthy Kentuckians. general regret is felt at his deand of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid Hew "reached at the A. M. K. Church hy mise. It will be remembered that ho in "Among the Breakers," but what been used it has civen uonderful satisfaction its propensity lor remowng soreness is remarka- barn; is u ell watered and fenced. Possession can Cominercial-Uiuett- e immediately. For Tho Cincinnati they ditl in the first drama was done ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and be gi en Stanford, or write particulars, so u J. P. Klder I'. Wilson, the pastor of the the undersigned at Blain, daughter of will appear in this space nt a later dale. Made Huiley. E. WITHERS. nays. "Jerry Sinieon boasts that his above named church. Ono of the larg- married Miss Bettie well, but needed no such acting as in and sold by Cincinnati, OMo. 11. IIIGr.INS, Stanford, Ky. Hon. Robert Blain, of this place. She J. election expenses were Htnall and that est gatherings ever assembled at ono of of "Tho Little Rebel" in one act. In that with his aged mothlie will Have a pilo of money while in tho meetings. The lodge of Lancaster and three children, this Col. Joe Young would have done ITotico of Incorporation. Congress. Ho will deposit it in hank, of visited and turned out with the Stanford er, survive him, and grieve the loss of an well, admirably well, had it not heen for for ho has no other place to put lodge. The order was highly pleased atlectionato husband, loving father and his extreme modesty. He was a little course, is nuBtakon; lie could over the sermou and it is said that the dutiful son. it." Tho C.-backward (?) and the character of Notice Is hereby given that A. C Sine. John N Joseph Severance, I. M llrjce, Thomas put a portion of it in a pair of socks. sermon was tlio linest ever delivered Walton county, Gu , has produced "Stephen Pollncourt" didn't suit him on Menefee, Johtl A. Allen, J. 1). P.ixtoii and their L. Sheltou, account. Arthur Olmsteud, Steph- associates Have incorporated themselves under The one of the curiosities of tho age. About that It is a matter of surprise that so much them since their organization. "I the name en's nephew, (E. K. Wilson), seemed to ot Stanfordot K he Odd Fellows' Hall Association " money is invested in the erection of monthly examination of the colored one milo from Monroe there lives a neobject ct tho incorporation is to pur hase a The of a prominent school under the direction of Kev. gro woman named Betsy Delamater, and have heen mado especially for the part site in Stanford, Ky , ami erect thereon a brick monuments. The death by him and did his acting just the building according to such plans and specih ations politician, or some one who has figured K. Wilson and wife occurred last week. bIio has a half Jersey calf about three taken as may be agreed on. The authonrod capital stock is $11,001, divided public life, is usually The examination of tho pupils was good, months old. This calf looks like any same as if ho had been reading "Hoyle." conspicuously in F. Jackson as Mrs. Wingrove, into shares ot $100 each and payable in wtekly in for u call for contributions to their reports wero also good and their other of its species, but unlike any other Mrs. S. stallmcntsol sotents'oti each share the signal of her daughter Laura, did The corporation shall commence Feb ?., j8.;i, nionumontto his memory, which parents wero well pleased. A revival calf heard of sucks milk from its own the mother erect a ears. and continue tenty-fimarble, on is in progress at tho Methodist church tail. This seems like a fake story, hut not leave a single gesture, point or act The affairs of the corporation are to be conductconsists of a huge pilo of ed by a lloard of ses en Directors, a President, a undone. Laura, Mrs. G. T. Hughes, Secretary and Treasurer, to be which the supposed virtues and wonder- under pastorngo of Hov. E. Wilson. He tho calf has heen seen by a great many E. is expected to ho assisted by Kev. I). citizens who are ready toj atlirm as to showed both in the first act and tho lust elected annually the first Tuesday in January. departed are emblazonful deeds of tho highest amount of indebtedness or liability that she had "trod the boards before," to The the corporation can subject itself is which gazed upon by the admiring Armstrong, of Parksville, J. P. West, of tho truth of the story. ed, to bo TONSORIAL ARTIST.H and her part along with "Modest Joo" $5,000. of the stockholders shall be exmultitude, who simply read and pass on, Georgetown and J. W. Frazier, of DanPrivate "If," said Abraham Lincoln, "you should havo especial mention. Kitty empt from property debts. Feb. 14, 1891. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, corporate Filler Wilson has been requested forgetful oven of tho name of tho ono ville. should call a sheep's tail a leg, how maA C. SINK. Has a first- - 'iss llarber Shop on Main street, op--I perpetuated. to havo the sermon preached to tho Odd il v legs would a sheep then havoV" Yinks and Miss Daze (Miss Mollio JackJOHN N MKNEI I F., posit.! I'orinn'i llou.e, and invites a share of your whoso fame is sought to bo JOSEPH SEVERANCE, Fellows published in the I.ntkiuou Jol'ii-nai.- . "Five," unhesitatingly answered the son), carried tho houso. Her patton.i. c Prompt attention tooutside calls and PoBsihly with the exception of WashingI. M. II RUCK. special "attention to ladies and chitdrer. Work remark about her lover, "Bill Jones man whom he addressed. "No," redorp in t. e latent style with neatness and dis-- t THOS L.SIIKITON, Hereon, Jackson, Clay, ton, Franklin, Je SS 6m ratcli joined Lincoln, "tho sheop would only by name, who lives over tho sea," was JOHN A. ALLEN, II. Benton, Wobster, Lincoln, IXTON Calhoun, J. havo four legs. Calling a tail n leg would greeted by laughter and encores. AltoTo Property Holders. Jack-po- n, Grant, Leo, Sherman, Stonewall not make it u leg." In tho same wav The passongorlopartmont of tho Q. calling reciprocity protection and not gether it was the finest show London Sheridan and others, who have been & C. tho only will publish an of Blue-Gra- ss wiiinn. na statesmen or warriors, not f0,000Routepamphlet describingeditionTim- free trade does not make it protection. has ever had, andone did notono given grumble Free trade is reciprocally untaxed com- here that somo of a all of those to whose memone in a thousand countries. Lands, Coal and Mineral Lands, Im- merce between two Reciprocity is Free about not getting their money's worth. I free ory monuments have been erected, nro ber trade is reciprocity. unimproved Fakms that aro trade. Blaine is a free trader. Brooklyn havo beeu to Louisville onco or twice, remembered or cared for outsidoof their proved and have seen Cincinnati and soveral small tho lino of tho road. Kngle. will sell privately, at a bargain, my larm at immediate families. If this can ho said for sale on or near Lincoln county, points in the South, and have paid twice Crib Orchard,formerly known as Ky. Jacv.' i est supposed to have been Tho entire expense of this publication the This farm, of those who are "Now madam," said tho amount at these places and not encontains fiutliciently prominent to merit such rec- will he homo by tho It. It. Co. ami wo dealer, "there is an elegant bronze vase the Land owners having in genuino repousse work. The nautic- joyed myself as well nor split my sides ognition, what can bo said as to the ask Faumkus and Acres Excellent Land, property for sale to send accurate de al scene on this Bide represents 'Jonah as far up with laughter. HUSTONVIL.LB, KY. of thousands of thoso to whom hundreds In prime condition, and well improved, ljlnjj and tho whale.' " "I only see the to In partly in the limits ot the town of Crab Orchard, Are stitl the the business ami ready havedo a any have been erectetl and who arc scription ofsame, giving location, char- whale, where is Jonah?" "You noto full tablets Undertaking line. We thing in Anothor Richmond appears in tho on the 1.. & N K. R. by the pike stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes tho limited circle hi acter of soil, nature of improvements, if that distention near tho tail?" "Yes. Held of attorney jjenernl entries The farm is divided nearly equally 175 acres on of every description. Our hearse, which is Dearly unknown boyond J. L. leading South from town, iherc being any, prico and terms, to tho undersigned "Well, that's Jonah." on Mr which thoy moved? Millions of dollars KUiston, of Mt. Sterling. A hugo cut of the East side on which is the mansion house, a new can be obt wncd cur short notice. will J. H. ahow business and Green has charf of earliest possible moment, in order not brisk or7 rooms, large, roomy and aro expended annually in ornamented at is mado that the Pull liiin and his signature appears in tho houw.suble.&c, and on our goods to any one oeedintr anything int on The statement kitchen, sersant's of tho to delay publication ofjtho work. Supalso marblo structures to tho memory together with n the West side 1. J acres. hu h has wc a comfort- le man Palace Car company now operates able rauio residence could be mora usefully em- plements will bo issued from time to 2,0r0 sleeping cars over 12,0:7 miles of sketch of his life. whole, or if desired dead that I will sell the place as a SA3C3S. we want the first number as railroad in this country. Tho company will bell either of the tracts singly Either will ployed in benefiting the living. A stroll time, but invested in cars an elegant and comfortable borne, couvtn make has about Elmwood Stock Farm. churches, good turnpikes and the 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, through a cemotcry will bring you to a complete as possible. Answer by mail alone. Mr, V. It. Gentry writes: "I am glad of the op. lent to schools, Doth desirable homes, lor information and t colossal dimensions erect- to F. S. Mordaunt, Commissioner of Im'persons desirous of inspecting tbe place lit be monument of portuaity o speak id praise of your wonderful terms, address A hotel is to be built on the top of Quinn's Oiniment. Have recommended to several shown over it by James IUi, now residing on the memory of John Smith. Tho migration, caro D. G. EJwards, G. P. & MRS. SUSIE S ADAMS, ed to tho who are as well p'eased with me at Uan- at No ono T A. Queen and Crescent Itoute, Cin- Pike's Peak 14,200 feet above tho Eea friends, For curbs, splints, spavins, the result all premises. For terms apply or address 104 West Main Street, puffs and I am." inquiry Is, "Who was he?" Lexington, Ky. bunches, use this standard rcitcdy. JAS.W.GUKST. y can cinnati, 0. level. knows and no one cares. All that U. K. McKohorlM e, -- MfH. , he said is, "ho left moiu'y to pay for that pilo of rocks." it Ih mild that onu of tins 1K.Hl IMOIIIlin,.nl8 i Hrooklyn cemetery ha8 b,.un erecU(ll ln mt.mory of a dog; and that in n lilting commentary upon f f of curtltllt U0 HIK,irtaIn (UuUi mu, l(o vnnlty q a tnrlUj suits. It may he that the dog mvimI tho ,.fo of j( dill(1 of ih 0WMjr nn, ,a(, onu m,met,liIK , ,,, Jly ,, Kl.lu.ra,10 t0 duervo a kinillv remembrance, if so. Ui0(,0K(Ij ot VJ h vniMt a((, t extent u iih an improvement on somu of the human species. LAUREL COUNTY. t0 lat -- -- - The court of common plena com- What the Press Says of His Circular Letter. menced hero Monday, Hon. it. C. Warren, tho Lincoln Mrs. W. II. Thompson has heen county candidate for auditor, has n. let-- I addressed to such voters iih he cannot riously ill for several days. Our town is as clear of professional see in person that is a masterpiece in its way, and has about it something of tiie loafers as any town in the State. A large crowd in town last Monday. democratic ring that characterized the a few weeks ago. Louis-vil- li The had weather gave the farmers a Hardin card chance to come in. Times. Col. Matt Moore, of Williamsburg, Our neighhorand friend, Mr. It. C. was hero Sunday. Mis. W. B. Catching Warren, of Lincoln, prints a very mod est card in tho I.NrKiiioii JoniNAi., pre- left Saturday for Louisville. There are.iUU.UUDenlisteil as taxable senting his claims for auditor. Of court-this is only needed where ho is not property in the town of Imtlon and jet known. In all this section of tho State! we haven't as many as 000 people. J ho littlesonof J to v. O. 11. Biewer his friends propose to give him not only died Saturday evening. He has been afa united, hut an enthusiastic, support, for he well deserves it. Lancaster Rec- fected with rheumatism for over a year. Elder Payne, of Lexington, preachord. Hon. It. C. Warren, of Lincoln, thro' ed at the Christian church and Rev. the medium of a circular letter, calls the Gardner at the Methodist church Sunattention of the democrats of the State day. Next week wo will try to give you to his candidacy for auditor, and asks support. Mr. Warren is a demo- the arrivals and departures of this little their crat, dyed in the wool, honest and capa- tow n, but it w ill tuke some space, 1 can Be-t- iTTTPniT' Av. AViiX. JiJLd itfKnr y .if & imrsi Jix. Al JiJCjsV JiMJAlJ'b U . W LATK ALKXAND R'S HOTKL, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. llntcs $2.50 Per Day. Fine and Staple Groceries, ' in well-kno- & i The Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. j g? A. R. Penny grand-fathe- r, Iff pub-taile- d Pfeiif'syp Watclics and Jewelry j mar-broug- ht lluctti-amine- d J mat-catt- le j ih-at- vttd RSK '&52I. MT pur-so- yR wk" muiinmmr'mn &s eEissswee remedy Es fadtuciacT 9&VEARC HOTEL. THE ; .Cfv WE 4 3 OLDS NEWCOMB .1 A RILEY HOUSE, Sj-t- t. .... -- MB HBJ Farm For Sale. 96-i- yr G. e II. FARMER, ' I I 104-i- Choice 1 Farm FOB SAliB. bric-a-bra- c home-stea- d, 280 J. T. STJTTOST A CO., well-bu- ilt Sentinel-Democr- at, I FOR Vi97-'C- "JoS-- - -- 7" 5!V "I . 1 K , i I ! n 1 f .'I I! ' I i ' ) V f Hi 8r1 r w -- Tho recent heavy and continued rains have caused Hoods in tho South, and much anxiety is felt at tho rapidly rising waters. March 10 18!) Stanpokd, Ky After a nine weeks' strike 0,000 miners in the Monongahela Valley resumed work yeaterday, having had their dewho week ? To give F mands conceded 3 cents per bushel to week, to come for mining. Tho men have lost in waHon. ges over $1,000,000. TiiE80ckles3 Kansas statesman, Win. Ferguson, aged 78, and his JcrrySimpsoii,hns been making a speech. B. C. Watts, living near Mt. tho farmura ulliuncu conJle aililresswt Sterling, died from the etlects of arsenic at Kaaton, Mil., a few ilaya ngo, vention in collet). Miss Grace Boyd, a grandwhen ho took occasion to air his pecudaughter, will die. Where the arsenic liar views at length, after telling about nominated him came from is n mystery. the convention which body ho said there When Congress adjourned 15'2 genfor Congress. In that We tlemen retired from public life, of which a single lawyer, only two men was not 117 are republicans and 34 democrats. with white collars on and but nine- with Eveiy democrat, however, who was rewhite shirts. Such n convention in Kan-bu- s Tun McKinley act even taxes Koch's nominated, with ono exception, will was about as cloau to Heaven as a gets. " Wo broke cure for consumption and would tax the to tho next Congress. political gathering ever Miss Desha, thofounderand secretaparty," said he, "so dead consumptives if it could. up the republican ry of the Wimodaughsis, a woman's edthat nothing was left but a bung hole, Stock Shoes, to CONVENTION. CONSTITUTIONAL ucational club of Washington City, has around which a barrel could not be to circulating meresigned, followed by several other week, we built." He advocated a llrouston'a resolution to appoint a addium of not less than 550 per capita and revisory committee to tone down the ar- Southern ladies, on account of the said there was not enough gold in tho ticles adopted was tabled by a decisive mission of a colored girl to the benefits of the school. world to till the hollow teeth of tho peo vote, though it deserved n bettor fate. The German government statistics ple. A farmer may be ablo to buy three Tho constitutional convention has times as much with s gold dollar as ho paid out to date over $7,000 for the sten- show that of 2, 172 cases of tuberculosis 13 persons over could, but it takes more than three ographic report of its wrangle.-- and its treated by the Koch methods .Men's Look products to get tlio jangles, its progressions and its retro- all'ected internally are reported cured, times as much of his $G, hii$ choice year Kansas corn, which gressions, and the stuil" makes in print 171 considerably improved, 101 improved of dollar. Last of external to to So. Boys a bushel to raise, was dull some 1,000 pages that no reasonable re- ami It! died, while of cases cost 21 cents tuberculosis 15 are reported cured, 11 at 13, cheaper than coal, although the ward would ever induce one J'cbble-go- at Ladies7 A considerably improved, 237 improved miners were starving for bread, tie in" 10,000 to read. Louisville Times. Shoes The old constitution limited the and 0 died. wants tho government to tako control of Goods, 100 feet long, Goode, JVotions, Oil A wall 5 feet high and the railroads and many other impracti- session of the legislature to 00 days, but unue sout. iye., i the speech demonstra- permitted it to be extended on a joint built by a prehistoric race, has been cable things, but Tenn. The top We G5c of ted pretty plainly that while Jerry may resolution of the two bodies. Tho in- earthed at Cleveland, fool. strument now being hammered on makes stones have oil their inside faces inscripbo a crank, he is far from being a characters, which the limit of GO days absolute Under tions in hieroglyphic Col. Joiis S. May, of Pulaski, mom-be- r this provision extension could bo elfect- - evidently have a meaning. The rock is of the constitutional convention and ed only by a call from tho governor for a Miecies" of sandstone, mixed with iron. spoken of as a candidate for lieutenant an extraordinary session. The mason work is well done and the tho mound- - Main Street, Stanford, Ky, toil .vi,l..ntlv governor on the republican ticket, tells A. I'KHANSKY, NEWSY NOTES. u that he has passed tiie time in life builders. for empty honors and must look to The Hopkinsville Kentuckian says i M The total sale of tho rare books in una juitiaJ4iiH something that has money as well as that Robert J. Burdette, who lectured r CUHBS. SPLINTS. SPAVINS. WINOPUFFS, the Itrnvton Ives collection, New York, of tho Chaufcll rrilargruifnta. nbvnlutrlr reruorcd by He is therefore not a and honor in it. thereunder tho auspices for the ollice named, but says he was 121,0.00. tauqua Circle, was so drunk wlin G. N. Swango, delegate from Wolfe, a will run for the legislature, in order to ho appeared on the stago that he .v? has announced his candidacy for regis 1 wenty mile tlie Shortest to have a hand in putting the constitution couldn't stand. He laughed and giggled 1 of ho is helninc to made in operation. He ter the land office. at his pointless jokes and finally had to The redisricting of North Caiolina legislature in the may be elected to the como to n dead halt and quit. The Chau Making duett conneitiun iu Central Llnondt-IK-- t Iflr t m i rtrmrnt f our trail- - (i Jlhiii the for strong republican county of Pulaski, for Congressional purposes provides for tauqua were greatly mortified over the inv ri'M'ii ill irirriiiirlini. lllJll-llChicago. Miihictn Point. St l.m.i, K. DiNUHiir On'Ufr Wiio AirU. where ho is yery solid with tho masses, ono republican district. disgraceful affair. lluffjlo, UtseUM. Dvtioit, MUrl n. Minn , xaji The Newport News and Mississippi q me up against liidianapoltt am ' Ono tiotllftcuml a rry ImI rar of Uornl in ei, Knelitnil, but we have dollars to put John Turlington for the murder of New on mnrti fnrv.hl.li have u. nfTrml Valley Company has acquired the Ohio cents that the next meeting of that body a iwiur." Sheriff Cranmer, whom he shot in jail i wiMiMi mil it iiiiwi it ir ii ISoston, 11V Ante huHilmli of tufS IrtttmonUiU. whiie the officer was unlocking his coll, Nov. will not put tho now constitution into Valley railroad and taken possession. Hiihilciphu. rnce. ji..iii prp iiuiiir. ak younimectft rurlt. if! At Dardon, Tenn., Sarah Belknap K is a long way from being operation. It lip ill u not kti-- It. had his nuck broken at Booneville, Mo., Oiutkeit time W lUrrudtburg, t ranVfort. lid 3r Umi for trial Nx. f VIRGINIA cut the throats of her two daughters as KKhmoftd, bhrtt W. It. i:i)I)Y Ai CO., WhltchAll, N. Y. I adopted yet Friday, and Shakspeare Reeves, for rape QukVctt line to jMnnjtrm:.MiH.Ti OH witintiMjignjaii-anirrjajrthey slept and then committed suicide. suffered a similar fate at Wilmington, iDll&OFi Tiik magnitude of tho appropriations Jerry Simpson says ho knows that Del. The latter was perfectly resigned, Solid Tram. bainKt cart, tmoling crt and of tho late Congress can hardly bo real- numerous legislators in Kansas were of- his last words being, "I am ready now cmihcs. I'ullman Ituudoir 5leijirr tliiuukh ith ized. It is said that a man cannot in an fered from 53,500 to 55,000 to vote for Jordan." out change via Chilian oca, IdrminKham, Mtnd and prepared to cross over tan RMkinF d'tcct connection n route lor h.noi ordinary life time couut a billion, if he Tho Indiana legislature has passed ville, Ahevdl, Lrnctiburuand pcmlt in the soon as he can talk and does beginsas Murray, of California, a both tho legislative and congressional nothing else till old ago and death comes, former resident of Kentucky, is spoken apportionment bills over the governor's Wilmfoe STANFORD, KY. and yet more than that number of dol- of as tho possible successor of Senator v..tn; Ihm olfcied a now set of directors At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Savannah, on, CharleMoU. Aucutta, Macon, most of it for Hearst. benevo-en- t Hrmwick, Lake City. 'lhBUiarilie mid H, lars were appropriated, and officers for each of the Statu point. jobs, subsidies and other steals, the exJohn B. Thompson's distillery stainstitutions and has token the poThe only line runnlnc olid traim with choice being 51,007,270,054. This is ble a. Harrodsburgburned, together with fUml.nr or I'alice Sleeping Car to act figures lice and tiro departments of Evansville t'ullman without change lor any claiiof patm any other Congress had ever threo fine stock mules, provender, wag- from tho metropolitan system and remore than Selma nl Montsotnery, liumtville, Decatur, appropriated amHho way tho party that ons, harness, Ac. stored them to tho control of the city Floreme, Mcmphii and AHKANSAS point. MoWe arc closing out our stock of Gibbs' Imperial, Iron Heam, Chamand niu Wet to Annnton, Selma, Short-- t is responsible for'the reckless extravaIt is said that .Mr. Lemcke, of Indi council. made at NKW bile. Ducct cnnection pion and Oliver Steel and Combination Plows AT COST. When we from the people ana, has finally decided to accopt Presi gance is going to hear witl.ont omnlbu tranifer for (inlvcttsu The answers to the Bright puzzle must HoiKlon, Auitin. will be a caution. They came mighty dent Harrison's profler of the United say cost, we mean cost. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. close next Monday and in Tuesday's near wiping it out in November and States Treasuryship. We have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" Chilled l'low, the com The only throuRh line to Jackion and Vlburj, they will do so entirely the next chance La., making direct A burglar drilled into the vaults of paper the answer, with all the referenMi. Shreveport tramfer for Ualla connection ing Plow, and these must go to make room for them.Fort Worth without oinmhii they are given to do bo. the bank at Freeport, Pa., and stole over ces will be given. These have been re- Autin San Antonia, Kl I'avi and polnoin Choice lot ol home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and $150,00 in money, negotiable bonds and ceived since last report: TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Oats. Tan Richmond Register rounded out a valuables from the private boxes. Mrs.S. C. Thurmond, Horso Cave. quarter of a century of an honorable and For thruuch rate correct county man and lull J. M. Coakley, Campbellsville. A misplaced switch caused a wreck Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. inlormalioncallon Audit at Junction fcitr.Ky. praiseworthy career Friday. The edi- on the Cincinnati Southern near Flat Bright, Jr., Hubble. Greenberry MIANK W WOOM.KY, oraddren Full stock of Hardware and Groceries. , I.exiiiKtun. Ky. unusually interesting and beTiar I'ai At tion was B. F. Engleman, Hubble. Rock, and two ladies were injured. Two I G HOWARDS, C.C. JiARVKY printed on an extra quality of book cars turned over and were burned. ing G I'. A T. A., Vice l'rendf-- t. Mies Kate Simpson, Gilberts Creek. fi m Clncicruti. O a. c SINK. paper, presented by the J N MKNEKKE L. L. Dawson, Stanford. Tho testamentary request of Prof. of Chatfield & Woods, Cincinnati, with William Steflen, of Louisville, to bo Perry White, PreaChersville. which the Register has dealt for nearly Misses Mamie and Annie Iliatt, Stanand his ashes to be thrown into ford. tho whole time, was typographically a the Ohio river was executed Saturday. W. A. Collier, Bee Lick. beauty. Always a good newspaper, Ed"J1LjItH: (JHASd ItOUTK." The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. The Enquirer has settled tho quesGreen, ably assisted by Mr. itor F.M. 1S0L I Tho Shortost and QuJckost Itouto from tion by interviews with prominent reUniontown, Ai.a., Mar. 3, Clarence E. Woods, seems to improve it to all SASH, publicans all over the State that McKin- notice in the last issue of tho I. J. the Central KontuckySouth-Woa- t.points North. LUMREK, Fast with each issue and like good wine, it DOORS, CISIXING, collection for foreign East, West and ley is tho choice for governor of Ohio. N statement that tho Llnobotwoon Lexington and CincingrovTB better and better a the years go Christian Church SunIEI.INDS, SIDING, Near Glasgow, Calvin Kirkpatrick, missions in tho nati. by. colored, was found in a field dead. SCIIKDULKI.VEKFECTKl.il n, iV His day amounted to over $40. The said Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. TIie Minnesota legislature has agreed church I suppose has a membership apNo 6 No. No. 2. to pass a bill head had been split open with an axe, in committee of tho whole in my ' K and there was a bullet hole in his fore- proximating 200. The collection Daily V.x. Sun. Sun. making it a misdemeanor for any female church, with a membership of only 00-head. V m Lve Cincinnati ... 8 10 a ml 8 oo p mi expose her legs in tights or person to We carry a full stock of everything found in a none of them are rich for foreign I.ve CovwKton, 5 ID a "ij o uo j m John Dirschere, a Batesville, Ind., a g 9 16 p mi 3 5 P ra naked on any stage or place, in any manwas $20tl.DQ and for homo illu- Lve Falmoulli ... 11 48 a in 10 ij p in 5 6 p to m S hotel keeper, while drunk and jealous, missions o ao Pn; ner whatever, bo that the shape or form shot and seriously wounded his wife and sions $134..T. These collections were Arr Tan Arr Lexington 1 i 10 p m'n u p in audi10 3 J7 of said limbs shall be visible to tho ....... 11 37 a m l'ari.. 6 ij ,, m female cook, and then killed himself taken up only a month apart. But what Lve Wincheter. ta 10 p m Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Arr J 30 i a ence. The fino is from So to $100 or im135 P"1 are a fow dollars per member given to a Arr Richmond.... 4 a case knife, Sunday. 45 P m 5 to 30 days. This is a with for building. Arr Lancaiter.... SINK & MENKFKE, Stanford, Ky. prisonment from pm Rev. H. O. Galbraith, of the M. E. cause for which Christ gave His precious Arr Stanford direct invasion of the rights of tho ... wishes, Lve Richmond Church of Brownsdale, Minn., is charged life? With best man, against which ho is going Arr l.lvington.... J. E. Tripmstt. with the seduction of the Lve Middlotinro to kick like a government mule. The membership of Stanford church daughter of E. M. Brown. He is 45 No. 1. No. j. is over 300. The conservatives carriodthe electione years old with wife and family e s Hon. Joshua Hill, formerly United matrTmonial matters. I.ve Mtddlesboro in Canada over tho liberals by a small l.ve I.ivingiton... MacDonald is re- States Senator, is dead in Georgia at the majority and Sir John V. II. Davis, 4S, obtained license to Arr Richmond.... Lve Stanford .. turned to power. Tho liberals favored age of 77 years. Ho was a republican .5 3 u. marry Miss Lurinda Dunbar, 2G, at Kings-viil- e Lve Lancatter annexation with the United States and who retained the confidence and respect Arr Richmond. .. 6 05 a m." Lve Richmond... the inroads they made showed that this of southern democrats to tho last. 6 5S a m' A young woman in Now York shot Arr Wincheter( An old colonial statute has been un: sentiment is fast growing in that portion 7 4S a Arr I'arii and killed her faithless lover with tho Lve I.tiiugion .. 7 00 a ni j 45 p m of Queen Victoria's domaiu. The an- earthed in Georgia which requires minhe gave her when they plighted I.ve Pari 7 53 a m, 4 5 p m nexation seem to be only a question of isters to "read from their pulpits, atleast pistol o IB a m 5 30 p m I.ve Falmouth. their troth and told her to use it on him Arr Covington. .,. 10 44 am 6 37 V m four times a year, the public laws, so that yery short time. 10 50 am 6 45 P la Arr Cincinnati ., if ho ever ceased to love her. the people may understand them." On theMavviI!e liranch, No 9. leaves Pari at In nearly every important murder Knox county instructed for Ed ParThe (Jueen of Romania, during her so- 7 55, a m and No. 11, at 5 7 P " "'riving at der trial in this section for several years, ker, of Laurel, for Senator until he is Mayiwlle at 10 10, a m, anil 735, P " No. ic Asent for the celebrated STUDKIIAKKR WAGON in England, visited n needlo factoand m, arriving at Ihave Maytville $ 29 tho friends of tho murdered man have dropped and then for George II. Dains. journ While watching tho work ono of tho leaveam. So. 12 atleave a Mayville atat IPart and a brand new Mock and full line of repairs. AIo hav.. theOliver Chilled Plow- which lutt rrceived Dicks Feed Cutter, jo is 740, ry. me ucit one made to employ additional counsel to This is the latter's old county and he at 4 io,jp m. Thee train art arrive at Pari had men asked her majesty for a single hair daily ocept Sunday, prosecute the case, although they were ought to have received first instrucNo 1, dally to all point except Rowland Dlvi. FiSDNTCTT from her head. The queen granted his ion, which 11 daily except Sunday. taxed to pay tho Commonwealth's attor- tions. No. run daily from Lexington to Cincinnati, a smile. Tho man placed request with Heavy and She.f Hardware, Salt, This could not be any ney $2,500 a year. No. 2 runt daily " It was intended that there should under tho needlo of his maexcept the No. s runt daily from all itation worse under the county attorney system be no quorum in tho Illinois Legislature the hair Rowland Division, which i daily except Sunday. bored a hole in it, drew a fino silk and in some counties, notably Royle, not yesterday. The climax of tho Senatorial chine, through the hole and then pro- - No. 3 dally except Sunday. So, 4 dally between Cincinnati anil Lexington thread so bad. No 43 Pant and Lexington Accommodation daistruggle will come Then it will sonted it to the astonished queen. ly. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m, Arrives Pant Gbover Cleveland vetoed 1,011 bills be seen whether tho iivo recalcitrant 10M5 n lit CincinNo. 8 Tho price paid for tho National To- nati 5:10Falmouth Accommodation; 7 leave m daily passed by the 50th Congress. Harrison republicans have been dragooned into p m Arrives Kalmouth 05 p bacco Works, Louisville, by the cigar- oxcept Sunday. only objected to 14 of those adopted by tho support of Streetor. No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 600 a in Arrives CinAn Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe ette trust, is now said to have been 5lBt, although the majority of them cinnati 7 SS m Ja'ly except Sunday. the No. 1 and 6 makii connection at Winchester for might have been very properly vetoed. passenger train jumped tho track on a points on the N. N. M. V R'Y, E. D. Bonner, owner of the No. a carries through cars from Cincinnntito curve near Huvlin, 111., Sunday mornMr. Robert Is Receiving His Tiik late Congress created 3,000 offices. ing. Fireman Saddler waa instantly celebrated trotter, Maud 3., has decided Middlriborough and Cumberland Cap and all in tcrmediate station and runt daily. MUNSON. It was a body after Flanagan's own kil'ed and nine persons wero badly in- to breed her to Ansel, 2:20, by Election- - W. L. R. KNOTT, Trav. Pass.P.Agt., Cincinnati. ATMOUE, C. S. Gen. Pas. Agt. jured. The wreck caught firo and pasTraffic Manager. heart. The Elizabethtown News reports' office, Louisville, Ky. General sengers in tho sleepers escaped through S. F. A. MORSE, Gen'l The severest Bnow storm of the winsales of 10 yearling mules at $80, a car- Office Chamber ot CommsrcaPa.sVr Ajtu. Building, Ctncinnsti Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. windows. for $2,090. the load at $ 85 and 23 ter 1b raging in Iowa. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. WALTON. Ma. Ellis, of Oweusboro, seoms to have had his hea abnormally developed by ono session in Congress and now seems to think he is a bigger man than Cleveland. Ho says that tho can not carry tnoro than two counties in Kentucky and oughtn't to carry even those. Tho trouble with most now men of the calibre of Mr. Ellis is that they think that tho sun rises and sets in Washington and it takes them some timo to Hud out their mistake. Mr. Ellis shouldn't have shot oil so soon. A few days' stay in Kentucky would have convinced him that tho people are for Grover Cleveland and will nominate him in spite of politicians and other astute individuals who think they know it all. 1 DID YOU SEE able At the Louisville Store last our customers town last have not been son-in-la- ie-tu- . And in order iMOTHER CHANCE FOR OKTE mo he; week will continue the Greatest sale of Clothing ever held in Stanford make room for our new Spring are compelled arrive here this tax-pay- er Blavl Worsted at these vrices: en's Suits at $o, worth $0; line Men's Cassimere Pauls, your worth $10; Suits at for Suits, sizes 12 IS, at 32.50, wor th $5.50. worth $2 SI. 5, bliocs m Kid and few Overcoats left at your own price. all sizes at 05c, worth S1.50; Men's fom, 7jc upwards; all Dry Furnishing Gents' Cloth, Mat' Hats. Carpets. equauy as cucup, jor xus irceii onuj. wtu ting, mints, will sell a big line Lace Curtains at from. a pair up. ,fcl- I3eep STORE !' which will of cut prices and Vj -4 THE LOUISVILLE 9 .;;(;. XV .vr LAMEN nntu-date- s Proprietor. can.-didat- e QUEEH&CRESCEHT f '' ('''ll'l OlNTMENTj Mi-w- QUINN'S n A 1 ?X st SO ix York, Wt,in. iltrc. el n i I 1 OTW AN9 ,'!' w ( In-gall- s. I Ex-Go- OKI-D- A Jaik-nill- c - well-know- n cre-nrtt- ed Kentucky Central R.R. Stanford Lumber Yard. I.ATII, SHINGLES, FLOORING, - 'Mfl South-Hound- . and WOV31T WISIE A1TD SIAT FELTCE. FXHST CX.&SS LUMBER 'JT. "STAR30. bald-heade- d in North-Uoun- d. IB. FOSTER. ".-- to-da- ' m'-- -. STAP3CK AHTD 1 jflft GROCERIES, LM"S "J . $ 'i -- r FALL AND WINTER GOODS. fti 6 ilfi ijiwjiji w:r r" - -- Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal , Finest! lot of .eigler Bros.' shoes at S at II. Shanks'. FitKsn lot of Bait anil seed potatoes Anotiikk barrel of good krout ceived at W. II. Brady's. just re- Stanpokd, Ky - Makuii 10, 1891 I. B. Foster's. B.o.WA,TON,BU8.Manp.)er MEANS BUSINESS. Call Fiiesii car of salt, lime and cement at K"ynolds. B. K.it V. II. Wearen's. J. T. Baiiukk, n prohibition speaker, Ji'8T received our sjiringstock of genls' harangued a small audience yesterday, lino shoes from Emerson's Soiib. Sever- the object being, wo hear, to uorgnnizo ance it Son. that "party" in this county. The train killed uu utiKnown hoy at tho water tank below Floyd's, on tho C. S Saturday, wo learn from Mr. M. G. Yociinccount is duo nml runily. ir.d settle nnd oblio A. It. Penny. POINTS. PERSONAL Sriutiii went to Ioui8-vill- o Fridny. Mni. Mahy Kanky, mother of W. G. nml J. II. lUney, in very III. Miui.T. S. Ki.kiv, of IiiiciiHtur, is the KUOHtof Mrs. M. F. Klkln. Mnw Ki.i.a Siiaskh returned yewtenliiy from a visit to fricndH in Shelby. Mi:. J. It. MnusnoN linn been on a visit to lily brother at Winchester. Mn. J. A. Hammondh, our Hubble scribe, was in to are uh j'turday. Mlii. Amkiika Hout returned with Mr, J. H. Owi'iiH to HarrodHbiirK yeater-day- . Mim. Min.nik Mu. J. II. Vaniiook, of Hrodhvnd, in vitdtiiiK ttiu family of her father, Mr. O. J. Crow. A numhku of couples "stormed" Miss n nt . I unction City, Friday nii;bl, and bad a delightful time. Mihh Dovik Tai.ikjtt wiih called to WillintnsbtirK Friday to attend tbu bedside of bur HiMtctr, Alary, who in very ill 'ol'tyimoU! fever. Mihhks Annik Dr.ss and Clara nnd 0)b('lia Ijtekey returned yesterday from a several days' visit to MiM Ikiwiiu Richard, at Junction City. Miw. Matt Wooimo.v and little Hon, of .Middlesboro, and Mrs. J. S. llocker yesterday from a visit to Mrs. J. II. M011I11, nt Nolln, ami arunt tbeir fatber, Mr. O.J. Crow's. Mh. ICC. Walton, of tbu I.vtbhiou Jouknai., in visiting his old borne and friends in Virginia. His letters to bin jiaKtr are unusually interf stilly. Ml. Venion Signal. Mu. Ciiiaium Fiiwk, wbo iwnde many friends here during his stay, bus returned to ljtnistr and bis plseo in the Store has been filled by the selection of Mr. Thompson 1). Wearun. Mu. Jot 1'. Hi hton bss finished a oourse of telegraphy at Lexington and after "practicing" awhile at the office here, will go South to take an olllee on his commii, James I. .Mc Kinney's, divis-- . ion. IlotvMio llk-hnrd- Go and examine the lino of clothing Waived. A letter from J. S. Armfor men, boys and children, just receiv- strong to Mr. J. S. Goode says that Clark ed. Joe S. Jones. Cash waived an examination and it may In is tried. Ymt can get 10 cents per pound for be some time before your liyo geese feathers, opposite Port-ma- n It was reported here yesterday that House. Joe S. Jones. .1. T. Johnson, who married Miss Pet Bout, had killed a man in Louisville, Am. kinds of weather luivo prevailed and it papers do since our last iestte. lsn fell like a del- but the city 11 "fake." not say bo is evidently uge Friday and Saturday. Sunday was clear awhile, but wound up in another On the authority of a lawyer who downpour. It got eolder during the ought to have known, we said the jusnight ami yesterday snow fell at in- tices have no right to sell tho poor-houstervals. Colder, clearing is promised for but 'Squire Chappell showed us the law, which expressly says they may dispose of thnt institution. W. H. Millkk HkH us to announce that ho will speak at tho courthouse, John II. CiiAio it Son, in addition to Monthly, Slid, nt 1 o'clock, on the sub their immense lines of foreign and dojeet of the new constitution. Tho peo- mestic suitings for spring and summer, ple will be very glad to hear him, if he have on sale tho elegant stock of Price eitn tell them that the concern has put it McMurray, Danville, Ky. Fino up the shutters and Hhut oil' its Mow of stylesnnd perfect oratory forever. lit guaranteed. e, to-da- horsoforSlOOandof Joe Swopo ono nt anmo price. Tho Dr. McLeod farm of 455 acres, said to be one of the bf'st in Woodford, was sold at auction last week to V. B. Nelson, of Louisville, at $10.1 Win. nnd J. W. McAlister, of this county, have purchased of W. B. Smith, of Uichtnond, his Madison county farm of l&Oj acres at $11L'.L'5 per acre. Midway Clipper. A lot of 1,200 pound corn fid cattle have been engaged in Fayette nt 6 cents, last of April delivery, and GOO still fed cattle have been bought by Eastern parties at 5 cents, Juno delivery. Ofiera of 5' cents for cattle, Juno de- 0 -- O FOR THE BIGGEST- - BJSLRG2.XNS -- IN- WATCHES, CLO CKS, JEWELRY CITY AND VICINITY." Fiuan butter wanted. Joe-S- . 11 F. Uout. Hiuiikst market price, paid for eggs. Jones. Am. kindi of Held and garden ceedB at J. H. Foster's Koktiikiin seeil oats for sale. It K. A W. II. Wearen. My spring suiting are arriving. Call nnd see. them. II. C. Kupley. .. at the l)n. Waiinkk'h Health Corset Cash lbtrynin Store. Jm S. Jones. 1 i. t ville, go-b- y Ah Fiklu'h minstrels will bo In Dannight. Heaves us tho this time. W. F. Kamsky has just completed a cottage on his place near the nice little IltiBtonville toll pite. granulated sugar for SI. Arbucklu's eoll'ee 'ifl cents per pound, at tho Cash Ilargain Store lli-oi'Ni- C Ik you want a carpet this spring you uimniii vnininx finr Mock of camels. HnattiiiK and rus. Severance A Son. Tin; clover Jeliu of tho Ijineaster BtHjje, John I Iendren, was presented by his wife with a tioiinciiiK K'rI t,lu oter Do Mnrcee, who will erect a fino brick storo-bous- o on it, A Thk News says that lot 15. block l, S. K... Middlesboro, sold at S'.Yrt) to Charles call numerously signed, asking Squire J. H. Chappell to become n candidate for the legislature, baa been lodj;-e- d in this olllco for publication. The Woody Bros. concert, with the large' class they taught hero as a chorus, was being anticipated with pleasure when wo wont to.. press last night. Salmon Stkak, French boneleBa olivcfl, Scotch jam, early time maplo Byrup and cream peaches, all fresh and nlco at Farris it Hardin'ti. snr-dine- Tub select school to bo taught nt White Oak bv Misa Helen Thurmond will not open ' until tho L'ltd of this luonth. A full attendance is desired at HW tho opening of tho school. and domestic fabrics for made to order, spring and summer Biiits, on ualo by John II. Craig it Son, with Browning, King it Co., Now York, nnd Wnnnmaker it Brown, Philadelphia, in their salesrooms on College Square and Yan Arsdnlo building, Becond lloor, U 500 foreign 111011, Mainstrceh M. H. Goocii Bito. are making quite nt a success of their tobacco manufactory C. Goocii showed Waynesburg. Mr. J. plug and tho ub samples of the Gooch t up Crown smoking tobacco that they put hard to beat in overy way. They that is are at present making about 100 pounds before n day, but will increaso lately long. Tin; Lebanon Kuterprise tells of alight "church affairsT" between F. J. Anthony ami a couple of Itev. K. H.Caldwell will preach at coons in which Anthony came out flrbt beet. He ordered them out of the gen- Walnut Flat next Saturday and SunXEW ADVKKTISEMKXT8. tlemen's waiting-rooand they not day. A company is preparing to put in obeying as fast as he thought they ought electric liglita at Jerusalem. Jehose-phat- ! to. he went for them. There never was any social equality business with AnThe Philadelphia M. E. Conference Will malt the eaton of 1891 at my stable iV mile thony. Iroin MillftlgrMlle, Lincoln .ounty,on the Stanlias voted against the admission of woford Millctlscvillc juke. Tnu two uegrneti on trial at Danville men delegates to tho General ConferAt $15 to Insure a Living1 Colt, lor the murder of Marshal Wells were ence. Money due when mart it parted with. given 1M years each, after the jury had The Baltimore Methodist ConferA don It a beautiful Mack wrestled with tho eau for about '' ence, by a vote of 15 to !tt, decided not 5ltand jinchet high,dark bay withAugust,point, tMe, wis foaled hours. The point was rai.odand proven to allow women delegates to tho general and W.i grand saddle horse. Those who want to breed to a handioinc Kentuckv saddle atnlllnn are to be well taken that if Mr. Wells was conference. invited to look mine sicr and see his action and marshal no record hud been made of it, It is pleasant to know that a citizen stylo. as sired by the grand show horse, Sfcond He and this alone oaved tho necks of the of Chicago has bought Mr. Ives' Guten- Jfwwl, he by Cunningham Jewvl, he by Denmark brutes. berg Biblo at a cost of only $14,800. lln first dam Minnie, by McDonald's Unicorn; U dam by Wells' Crusader, his Chicago is a gooil place for a Bible to go. known, hut thought to be au Oliver first dam unIn the county court yesterday M. C. Adonis will be alhied to sre ten or fifteen Itev. Sam Jones writes to a friend good mart only. Porttimn, P. W. Green and Anderson that his health has failed and ho is on 1, .Mn kept on gr.i or leil at reasonable prices, Carr were each granted liquor license. ut not tho verge of physical collapse. That occur responsible for an aiurfents should any Mr. J. W. Bailey qualified as administraK K. SANDIDGK, Southern major, whom ho "wore out" Millrdgevi le, Ky tor of bis mother, Mrs. Sarali Bailey. The in one round, will hardly believe it. will of E. G. Wallsi wmh prohateU nml The dedication of the new Christian M. J. Murphy qualified as adminischurch at Middlesboro will occur April trator. The other orders were mostly I, when a special excursion train will with reference to roads. At our stables miles sun from Cynthiatia and all points on Shelby City pike,a this finerst of Stanford on the young; saddle stallion - will he permitted to for tho roundTiim olllco wnb in receipt of this order tho K. C. at serse 3 mares Friday from Ixmdon. "Send 1,000 let- trip. The hotels will also give reduced At $15 to Insura a Living Colt. ter heads to the next U. S. Marshal of rates. a At meeting of the directory of the Description and l'edii;reo He is a beautiful Kentucky," and the printer was put to Baptist Orphans' Homo at Louisville, dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane work immediately on a job for the Itilcy Dr. Tupper read a letter from Capt. W. and tail, 3 esrs old and is lull ijK hands high, House, F. B. Uiley, proprietor. Hennys F. Norton, staling that ho and his moth- commanding in apioarance and symmetrical in his ticket in 1M2 is Cleveland for presiform. Sired by King Kagle (the Atkins horse ) would give $5,000 on condition that First dam by Star Kagle; id dam by Hamlet dent and ltiley for marshal and it is such er $11,000 additional were raised. Of tho Denmark, Dotant' , jd dam by Harris' Denmark. a good one we can't fcco why it will not King Kigle was got by lllack Eagle. Star Eagle sum $(5,000 has already been raised. Uke like wild fire. With the S5.000 and SI 1,000 more, or was got by Cabbie's Lexington, dam by Gartard Denmark was by Washington Don't Smokk. Henry Blankenship SL',000 in all, this would give a homo Chief. Ilamlit by llishnp's Hambletonian HarDenmark, dam mid wife are great smokers and Sunday the best equipped in the South and dou- ris' Denmark was by Miller's Denmark. Considering his fine sue, color, style and action, both lit their pipes when they smarted to ble tho present capacity. Tho money tojether with his most excellent breeding, we visit Mr. W. S. Warren and wife here. will ho raised. think we have placed his services low. After a while they began to smell Care taken to prevent accidents but no responFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. something and then to feel something, sibility should any occur. m C. A. Hedd has for sale 18 long yearwhich on examination they found to bu Alio at the same time and place we will stand buggy blanket and other covering in ling mules and 5 long lm the M. F. Elkin bought of I). X. Prewitt the tine imported jack, a light blae. They succeeded in putting it out, but got burned a little in do- a lot of fat heifers at -- J and eouio fat JTOHJSr cows at 2J. ing bO. Scott Famus, the noted trainer, baa He is a black, nearly 15 hands high, of fine bone Ii' the wretched weather that has pre- taken charge of S. II. Hatighman's nice andsction,and will serve mares vailed since tho ground hog went into string of At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. racers. his hole on seeing his shadow, Feb. U, J. S. Johnson bought of h. F. HubA hen will be retained on colts for season does not convince the most skeptical ble 10 R II. E. I" WOODS. shares Citizens' Xationnl Bank 6 that the little rodent knows what's what, stock at $103. Uecord. suph a man would not be convinced that Tlie Richmond Register says J. C. a house had fallen on him, even after he tiraves bought a yearling HIack Squirrel had been caught in the debris. Thank I). Harris for $1,000. AND OIHEIt PErtSONALTY Heaven the spell ends next Monday, colt of Hon. John The Stanford Roller Mills bought of will sell at public auction at my residence on the when lot us pray tho spring time will Middlcburg pike, a miles from llustonwlle, on J. S. Hooker, agent for A. l van do Wacome, gentle Annie, in earnest. ter 500 barrels of com at tho crib at 1891, Ji'imik Bom has his hands full in My personalty, consisting in part ot A't breakers Knox. A dispatch says that Adam I'exck has secured Mr. Rogers, of tho law are now lying in jail there, tho Horses, 4 trainer, to handle his Eleven Horse, t including do.,Ilrood Mares. phaeton i three of them being women. Some horses this season. He has a number of and yearling filly, four or five are indicted for murder, a lino ones, including Fence nnd Eddie Eleven yearlitig Mules. 4 aged Mules, t Jack, Jentitt, 4 good Milk Cows, 40 Hogs, 200 Shiep, woman lor infanticide, six for stealing W. 200 to 400 barrels ol Corn, 30 stacks of Hay, farming Implements Kitchen Kurniture, Ac whisky from the government warehouse, from Living- Terms: All sums if $10 and under, cash; over J. M. Maxwell writes that an mint, a credit of 90 days on notes bear for violating tho local option law, ston, Tenn., that ho will be hero about five ing interest and payable at the Huttonville Naone forsodomy and dozen or more for April with n big drove of II nnd tional Hank The Farm of a6o acres, all in grass and to remain carrying concealed weapons. Among cattle. so, will be rented to the highest bidder tho tumc privately before. day, the remainder every other conceivable Thero are .150 entries in tho $23,000 t03.td if not rented MRS MAGfJIEW. CARPENTER. crime can bo found. closed at Lexing-ingto- n Futurity Stake, which March 8. It will be the richest Tihb paper baa been gotten out Xtot, stake ever trotted for. through trials and great tribulations. Tho long sultering mulo ia comingto The editor, with not a soul to assist him the front. An Ohio man baa ono that llids will be received till Saturday, March 28th,g in hia department, was down for two bridging andMcAdam-wlntraining him for the grading, masonry, l.oqans Creek Turnpike, of the Stanford and days with what tho doctors pronounced can.trotin2::!0nnd he is about to miles in length. Call at D. W. at first pneumonia, but ho managed to for the turf this summer. and examine profile, specifications, &c. K. T. PENCE, President. Yesterday wn8 a very mean day and get out yesterday and Bick aa ho was only a amall crowd attended court. this paper is tho result. Those wbo marhave never tried it do not imagino tho There wero but few cattle on tho ket, best selling at 3. Stock men say strninofsuch work under such condiSealed bids will be received for the erection of a well. School Home in white School District No. a, 2 tions. If thoy did it wold bo useless to good cattltr would havo sold miles north of Stanford, until March 7, 1S91 at Tho following private sales wore o'clock p. m. For plans and specifications, apply3 nak them to excuse tho shortcomings. tho at made hero yesterday: Kubanka Broa. at tho office of reserve County Mipenntehdant bid the right to accept any Stanford. We was tried before Judge bought of Pulaski parties a jennet for given or reject all bids lor same. Maut Smith GEO A ilKNKDICT, Chairman. Burnett tho other day for carrying con- ifvOO. Beazley Hros., of Garrard, sold to ic4.td PORTER ROBINSON, Trustee. cealed weapons nnd sentenced to 10 days Goldstein, for July or August delivery, for sale, Fresh in jail and lined $25, tho imprisonment 00 export cattle at 5 cents; 20 at 4J cents. 1"'irGl W. H. milk cows Stanford, apply to )Y OJ Ky. Murphy, being suspended for ilvodayson account J. E. Bruce sold to V. M. Lackey 100 of sickness in hia family. It seems that cwo lambs, July delivery, at 5J cents. Smith, who had been working for John Alex "Robinson sold hia export cattle for P. W. OREEN, Proprietor Adkius, had been discharged, nnd Smith July delivery at 4J. W. P. Tate sold to not liking that way of doing business, D. G. Bush 02 owes, Iambs included, nt gavo Adkius n piece of his mind nml $5 per head, Jim, Jack nnd Ligo Benz-lo- y I have recently taken charge 01 this Hotel and intend kepptngitat its present high among other things called him a s n of sold to Woodcock & Owen 10 owes, standard. Special attention given to the traveling a b h. Adkins couldn't stand that, bo lamba included, at $J per head. W. J. public. ho let into Smith and beat hia face up lloltzclaw sold to A. F. Holtzclaw a sadle fearfully. SmitliHried to use hia pis- dle horse nt $115. The latter Bold a harIn connection. Also tol, but Adkius got hold of it nnd took it ness horse to Mrs. John Broaddus, of to the judge, who immediately issued Garrard, nt $130. Adam Pence sold to Pool Billiard the warrant for carrying concealed wea- Pony Beazley a green colt at $175." Tone L. M.REID, Clerk. pons. Hunn bought of Dunbar a combined livery, are reported to have been made to parties in thin section. J two and Monte Fox bought of Win. Baughman 8 yearling mules nt $70. Advocate. To Faiim. A handsomely bred and nice stallion, with a Great Patchen cros on top, which has produced tho great Axtell, 2:12. Allerton, 2:BJj, Ac. C. L. Crow, McKinney. Lexington Denmark, the choico sad fiaTSPECIAL dle ntnllion, w Inch has just been Bold bv W. It. Brasfield it Co., to I. S. Tevis, work guaranteed. Shelby City, ia a very handeomo bay, 15J hands high, weighs 1075 pounds, nnd Samuel I). Hiukle, Jr., says he isone of tho handsomest and best saddle horses he ever rodo in hia life. The price paid was $1,000. Mr. Tevis also bought a fine Spanish jack, 15J hands high for SI. 100. Kentucky Stock Farm. three-year-ol- (lflP Go -- AND- SILVEStWAHE In the county, go to d Wilkes-Mambri- no W. B. McR08ERTS ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all to B. F. ROUT'S -- S3 ssi, jt s, IN ALL KINDS AEJONIS s -- FOR- & OF- - m. ss Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- A-- tions, Etc., &SyAlI kinds ol produce taken in exchange at the highest market prices. 1 11 Wash-inttn- n SPRING GOODS. Our Spring Goods are now coming in and we have received most of our Clothing, Hats, and Men's Furnishing Goods. You are invited to call. Stagg & McRoberts. R0BT. FENZEL, Watch Inspector L. & N., Dealer In EA&LE EIPuD. two-third- s S. WE3QX.S. i SALE OF STOCK 1 a watches, tuns an mas, JJSTRcpairing neatly and promptly done. Si'.-87- J. Friday, March i3lli All Work Warranted. Fine Watclics a Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) well-know- n 1 rocka-wa- y a. I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. 1 WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO EAT?" Is a question asked the Grocer every day. Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at 11 1 Two Miles of Turnpike. To A. A. WAKREIT'S "MODEL GROCEIre,:', Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, Src. Vandc-veer- 's d To Contractors. m JJ I I MY3SRS HOUSE, well-know- n infikfr 11 ;. m for 'CattorU I recommend Infants and Children. tht I First-Class.Samp- Room I I and to children CtutorU cure Colic, Constipation, It so well Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, lto niperior to any prescription KUU Worms, given sleep, and promote o IT. A. ARcnxa, M. D., known to me." Ill So. Oxford Bt, Brooklyn, N, Y, I Without lnurIous medication. Th CtVTACB Cowant, 77 Murrsj Street, If . Y. drd .Parlors. .M 3tf"s 7J-- IkgUt-imt- . tdlHiL. m - - tX -- V . . . a.s. H &fi fsLyM mtt--t t rfcatfc I is i wF Kk if j 2 r i' 1 1 !, i' b . I the Public. I have received so iminy letters in response to an alleged puzzle of mine, published in the I.vtukioi. Journal, thnt I Published Every Tuosday and Friday take this method of putting myself right AT on tho record. In a spirit of pleasantry YKAR.IN" ADVANCK and as n take-oi- l on on tho recent puz S PKB "When not io paid S2.5Q will be chargedW zlo fad. I s.tid to Mr. Walton that I would give a suit of clothes to any perK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. son who could eat '21 hogs in six days Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning II.' is little deaf and misunderstood me at 5:10 p.m. to say "kill" that number, killing an odd L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. number each day. I never had such an ....I a 30 pm idea, but will, of course, stick to the Mail train going North South ......r3ipm " proposition which I did make. Express train " South ' North Jno. R. Faiuus. Respectfully, 659am Local Freight North P. S. I should like to have a suit of South- 5 "P m The latter traini also carry passengers. clothes myself. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar .Mr. Farris explanation is of that chartime is about o minutes faster acter that does not explain. There are at least n score of people claiming that suit of clothes and wo have advised all of them to go toStnirg ifc MeRoberta and net one nt Mr. Farris' expense. Since BROYALLSi'M . our last issue tlo following have sent answers to us: J. F. Waller, Rowland; W. 0. Pitman, Manchester; 1). S Perrin, Hyattsville, Fred Hayes, Yosemite.Toir-mi- o A. King. Moreland, W. S. Good), McKinney; W. R Hill. Rowland. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa To FOR THE STOCK RAISER AN IMPORTANT PAPER ON EARLY MATURITY OF CATTLE. 11 Witt i j ' is, W AKlflc POWDER Absolutely Puro Highest of A cream of tarter baling powder Ke-poall in leavening strength. U. S. Government Aug 17, i83. ft RICHARD C. WARREN Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ol party. to the will of the Democratic U extracting MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. WANTKI) BOUILLON. upstairs. Office on Main street", opposite Portman House, Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless 'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. &J Mr. Van Rensseles do Payster Will you have ten, Miss Wabash ? No, Miss Wabash (from Kansas) thanks, Mr. de Payster, but if you could corral a littlo bullion for me, I'd be your truly. Harper's Bazar. o m 'I E rjr fti V r In Jeff Davis' memoirs tho following letter from a young woman is printed: M. BRUCE, ''Dear Mr. President: I want you to let Jeems C. of company oneth, Fifth South STABLE, UD LIVSM, Carolina regiment, come home and get STANFORD, KY. married. Jeems is willin', I is willin', his mammy says she is willin', but SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL bought and sold. Jeeuis's captain he an't willin'. Now travelers. Horses and mules horsesand vehi.les used in livery when we aro all willin 'ceptiu' Jeeuis's Only captain, I think you might letup and let Jeems come. I'll make him go straight THE SHELTON HOUSE, back when he's done got married and fight just as hard as ever." Mr. Davis J. H OREER Proprietor, wrote on the letter: "Let Jeems go." - Jeems went home, married the affection-atcorrespondent of Mr. Davis, returned acrominoUatl ci at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Sample room and good lisery to his regiment and did fight as well as in connection ever. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. . I. M M first-cla- ss Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 94-o- iu o s FOB 77-t- HE2STT. Having leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer my NcW S FAULK on Lancaster street for rent. It has tea large Ibix Stall, and is the very best place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for the loming season Alarms cistern at the door Call on or address f T. NUNNF.LLEY, Stanford A. 'JSTEICX, BORXETG ill I am veil prepjred to bore wells and will do the work in a goojl manner and promptly At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. L. T. SMITH. 31 t! y ! E7iiiiiiii! rnn nVii SALT The latest official btatistics from India show that in 18SS, 29,970 people were killed by snakes and wild beasts, as Of the former well as 70,271 cattle. number 20,571 deaths were due to snake bites. 975 to tigers, 184 to leopards, 1159 to wolves, 110 to bears, o7 to elephants aud the remainder to dogs, crocodiles and other animals. The remarkable fact of these statistics is that, although every effort is being made to destroy snake? and other animals injurious to human life, the mortality both of persons aud cattle, from these causes of death is increasing. In 1SSS, 20,700 wild beasts were destroyed and 5U,04S snakes. Following llml 3Iim Cume. Alexandria, Mo., is doomed to tho fate predicted for it by a bad man many years ago. Ho was caught in somo crime and lynched near there. When asked if he desired to say anything h" turned upon tho mob with a scowling fnco and hissed a cur&o upon them and their jwople, hoping that their disasters might never 11 great household remedy for i" f.1 ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. nla RHEUM, 1 iiIiimtI itii in imH PRICE Eccd three bos and book. two-ce- That year a firo swept tho greater part of tho city, which then was one of the most prostmrous in northeast Missouri, on tho Mississippi. An attempt was mado to rebuild tho burned district. Scarcely had tho work begun when a great ri?o in tho river submerged the ATJCriTnTttTV DTTT5-place and ruined tho crops in the sur' FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH," rounding fields. Since then, off and on, AND NURSERY PURPOSES. MM tho placo lias been visited by flood and firo till has been reduced to a mere setJPAH-OICO. Chicago,' 111 tlement itof aguo racked backwocAlsmen. For Nile by A R.Penny and M, L. Ilourne, Recently what was left of tho business Stanford. portion of tho city was wiped out by firo, with a lov3 of over $20,000. Cor. Indianapolis Journal. stamps for freo samnlo 50 CENTS. cease. Mr. Mohlcr, tho secretary of our board of agriculture, has from a great number of ostimatea established for Eastern Kansas tho cost of the ordinary btwr at ij27, requiring in addition fifty to eighty bushels of corn to mako him marketable at 1.200 to 1,300 pounds, which of courso tutvins a heavy los. It has seemed to mo that especially in theso times cattlemen as a rulo havo altogether lost sight of tho value of early maturity, almost tho greatest value from good blood. Since I have for tho last four or five years been forced by the bad markets to givo up tho ordinary sker feeding I havo been trying what a few calves and yearlings could be made to do, and as the result each year has been tho same the facta to me seem established. They havo been pure bred and grade btoer.s by good bulls; generally winter calves January and February), bold usually in December. In five years tho calves averaged 910 to 920 pounds at eleven months old, nnd liavo brought Tho yearlings, kept just from 1.80 to twelvo months longer, havo averaged from 1,310 to 1,080 pounds, and have sold at tho samo prices. Tho calves have generally had most of their dams' milk till six or seven mouths, and have consumed twenty bushels of corn, average price, 3: 1,000 pounds of bran, average price, $5; 300 pounds oil meal, avornge price, i; total, 10. In addition to this they had a small amount of pasture and what hay they would eat, which togethor I cannot estimate at more that$t. Tho calves havo paid well, tho yearlings have barely held tlieir owti, and have taken the space and feed of nearly two calves during tho twelve months held over, saying nothing of accidents or interest. I cannot help believing, therefore, that any good 100 acre farm half in grass and half in grain can keep twenty-fivto thirty good grade cows now worth sfOO, and a good roan Shorthorn bull, easily had at $30 to $100; feed tho calves from the sLirt mid bell at eleven or twelve months old, and mako tho businehs pay a direct profit (saying uothing of tho hogs) as well as keep up tho land by a projier naving of the manure; to do which my way is to gather up everywhere it can bo had all the straw, roughness and litter of every tort; use it as bedding in overy lot and stall, aud get it on the land just as fast .as possible. I emphasize tho color of the bull in all earnestness, for every year only convinces mo more firmly that when it is a question of aptitudo to fatten, early maturity uuJ thrift thero is always a great advautage on tho side of tho roans. I do not wai t any ono to infer that a good rod bull is objectionable, but when the question is one of tho greatest gain in tho least time aud at least cost I indicate on which sido tho chances aro greatest. Tho thing indispcuablo in the breeding of such stock is early maturity, aud in tho feeding absolute nnd perfect regularity, watclung tho appetito and no scouring. Eyes and brains must work as well as tho hands. Early maturity and proper calf feeding on theso two commandments hang all tho law and the profits. Tho long, Mg framed, rangy, slow maturing auimal of any kind cattle, hog or sheep is a thing of the past. Small bones, wido chests, short legs, compact build, good coats, and thick, soft hides now rulo in tho caIo of points, and they must he had and utilized to the fullest extent if wo wish to comiKjto with tho "range," keep up the fertility of tho farm and luivo tho bank account on the right side. I liavo a few old friondn who sometimes talk alwut "insipid lwby beef." "vealy," otc. Tho old motto, "De etc, of course applies here". All I can say is I liavo never heard any complaint from bntchers or buyers, and tho best beef I ever ate, making mo hungry even in thought for more, was a Shorthorn steer foil in this way. From his hocks to his ears it wan all jerfoct beef, lino grained, tendor and juicy. Tho whole family resjwcLs his memory. W. A. Ilarris in Brooder's Gazette. do-rive- d (De-cemlw- r, . .MElectric Hitters Carl;- - Maturity tho Grpattrst Ailvuntncfl This remedy it becoming so will known and to to He DrrlTCil from Good ltlooil Tho All who as to need no special mention fioiiiil.tr Ulectrtc llittvr slnjr the Mine mmuf ' Roan Shorthorn Hull I the llrsl pr ilc A purer medicine does not exist and it Is llrrf from Younj; Animal. rmranteed to do all Unit is rl.ilmed Klcctrte hid-nciLiver De-llcl- islve in the world for cull, bruUci, The SURGUOy DENTIST. ..ores, uken, stt rheum, fmcr sores, tetter, chapped h.tnds. chilblains, corns and all skin crup positively cures piles, or no pay requir. Office Jon Main street, over W. II. McRoberts' lions and Drug Store, Stanfard. eil. It is guaranteed lo eivo perieci wniaciior, 1'rico a$ cents per hoi. or money refunded Kor ale by A K. Penny, SUnlord, Ky. lct Bucklen's Arnica Salve r. A. s. price:, FARM FOR SALE. i and w ill cure .ill discies ol the will reitKMC Pimples, Moils. Salt llheuiii and other .iffections caused by Impure blood Will prevent dne Malarianil frnin the sslem andFor .1 cure as of Malarial cure well lie ul iche, Constipation .md IndlKcttlon try Klcc-tIhtterH Kntirc satisfaction caurantied or Trice 50c and Jl per bottle tnones refunded II renn' ilnm Mure A Hitter ni offer lor sale privately my Farm ol 8 Acres, f Malilo'd. near the Somrrtct high state ol cultivation, alt be In grass but 15 acres, has all tho necessary ing buildings, is well watered and fenced and a tleslr. tall un or address tie at able place generally Stanford, Ky . . il miles itsoutha pike It in 1 I i. t ,.,.,,., rr.i tsi-s- For Salo 86 I Twenty IJulltlinj; Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland 11 J DARST, Rowland. pronoutued his case to be Consumption and Incurable. He wanpersuadeil to try Or King's New On. ery for Consumption, Coti(hs and Colds and st that time was not bl to wnllk actv tht street without retii ig lie found before he had much bettiseil half ol a dollar Untie that hr enjoying ter, hf c.Mttinutd to ue it and in If ou hate an throat, Iub( hi giM.l health hci trouble try it Trial bottle free at A. R I'enm idrug More y Irank lliilfmjii.a ouhk man of Hurling ton. C . .tales that he had been under the care of two prominent plijsictant and used their treatl'hj ment until he vtns not abk to Bet around Mr AWondor Worker. 1 Havirg removed my I'ailer. Shop ti the Com .... iui 11 ...i .. .... 1... iu m w'liimirw.ic .H- mnvi.i ..1.11-i- , , Mm ...i dies as well as geiitlrinen in anything they may with III my line. Childirn also waited on Coll l Jl-i"U me. lllOMI'SON, InCcmmertlal Hole), 1 i FOR SAI.F OR RENT. The Very Desirable large and beautilul anJ altogether n Residence 'I he bouse is on Danville street And Ihc)ardit in good repair and contains 5 moms DR. I.. It. COOK, PHYSICIAN AND torpid liver, julos, constipation men, icn, children Smallest, mildrsi utet jo doses 25 cents, 'ample free at A H Penny's, .Stanford MHoa' Norvo and Llvor Pills A.toit a ne principle regulating the liver, stninai h and bote's through the nerve. A new divotery Dr. Mile' l'llls speedily cuic bilious Tho Pluco Is ono of tho Moat in Town. Do-lltrhtf- ul SURGEON, Hus-tonvl- llc nes, ba.l ttie. l'npualed for Will sell or rent on easr terms MISS MARY I. o-- 3TANFOHD. KY. Orhceoser Mi Roberts' Drug Store RetldriuV. Jsmes II Owens properly at the jutu lion ol and Danville pike. ii tl ARNON, Siaiilord, Ky f. A Vdlllilllle IIIUCdlLTV, I)r Hr.inn Si)juifrs elixir or south may le nn iiiixinaiit tl .r.iwry. bill every twin knows that Hr l"r iiiklln Miles' New lleirt Cur cor tninl) is Iilii-ivueii. u mil- - aWieied ivb - CASH Mrs FOB, SATrT.. Hannah I u N heart iIim-isv LoflbOOf Life. Dnu'pKls who Ohm olKn n in rtrt- - . on mum eioryuhoro sn'ak vr hiirii of it. rnsto" Mr. Ji I111 W'airr of Kinght-'l'iisr- i. Iml.kHjs ( nil" ami "I bate -i- d niiifli of l)r Milt''. N lime m. ie mniij giHjd rcpuris " tl Monro-- , N Y. report hi'gn sal' . of Dunkirk And th besl pHrt of it is eer bstltTe hiss iriien Mil Kfurii.'-- i ' hu'd .1:1 J gu irumeoU b) A K I'eu 11), Manford, Kr And niuiwlo I be I'1 Trunk llit Piitsliu.it Ne llti Ihe tsellkiioMii specia 1st m heif i ousdi. ti tho imrvoui )slmind nei vi flutil Anoitir his nuinurout iieoerios the Kestor.it e N rnim is iimtmibtisl j out) of tho It is uiikiirnossi'il in nervousness, 1td.11. k lrsji'.i.i.11 m It i lie, epn.'usy, nenralni.t. oba.Ife. s!tHii.-siipfts- . uc !, in eliang I ol A It etc. mu Ih bn tivil botil'ttit IVnns, .iriik'fi-- t A.I slioiiUI rt'tl his AVir tusU AxerMY tact or Ike Ajfir tti,' a very abiH. aud Unci) illuirutetl bsMtU. fiue to aiL Paid For Hides and Fur, Property at McKiiuicy, .AT Where the t ii- - dice has been lept until rei ently Dwelling and M 're b.'ii.c in go.l repair 1 j- -i air W aid withea t sell hrr t iM. 8 V. ELK IN & Ky. CO.'S, FPU SALE! Lot on Main Street in Stanrorti Containing Terms easy 1 1 Whnt elec ritt Mi Hi :iOiit Ilscon-is- . s. tl ul I! 11 ir I will Stanford, 11 e 10 ai res i. PUBLIC SALE. tell to the highest ' ddcr on T R WALTON, Stanford. gratsi loiulay, April County court 13, 1891, my HEW SAW MILL. I finwhtd my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pise, 7 miles I mm Stanford and an- - prepared to furnish any kind ..f I.U.MIIFR. SHINl.LKS, I will sell the lumAc ,at I.OWKM' TRICKS ber at the mill nr deliver. In tuit purchasers, Give me a Inst l'ttothe, MAYUOOIi, Kt I will deliver sawed bettnul shingles at Stanford or Rowland tl ter M. y A II IIASTIN si-i- ft dtt in fr nt Slanfiitd Ky ! the muit house in he . Farm of Five mites 151 Acros, o The Cincinnati, Hamilton , l)alon R R is the only line running I'ullotan'i I'trlecled S.tfftv Vetiluled train. Mith Chair. Parlor bleeuinc nnd iMmni: Car sertiee betwonn Ciminnati. In dianapuo. nd Chu ao and is tho onl) line run Lin-- c tin,; Through Kn lining Chair Cart nrtatt, Keokuk and SpriHbeld, III. and hkeptnc Ctr Clr.naBin to Mailtnaw, and th Tho Flnost on Earth fruit Stanford, in the Walnut Flat neighborhood Ferns nude known on day ol Mle Fur particu lart address lorn Latlev Stanford, Ky MRS. ANNIE M. LASLKY wild for POSTED. Per-Ib1 1 This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Everything e others not to Hot past en our lands without mission, as all tu h will protecutetl In th. fall. ett client of the law Signed Why not 11) dire, t fnm the grower, when you Only Direct Lino M C KK1NOI.U.S. S I'HILI.II'0 ott ill save sum need 1 ret. Plants or met ' IHCK, Mrs AIICK J HAIT.H.MAN. III iu ten Cincinnati, lalon Lima, Toledo, cy aMd get stuck true to name Uc employ no V M. WAKH. R. H COOI'KK, agents, hnt sell direct lo the planter Millions of the Lake Regions and Ctnada. W A (OHIiV Mrs M A. MARTIN. 1 he road is ne of the oldest m the State ol our Irers, I'Ui.t and inot arc boating everyI I HKl'CK. ROllKIII IIARNF.TT ly ibetr fruit W Ohio and the emit hue entering Cincinnati over 1 where m Kcnii.iSt ami 11 J DARST (JKIMIJ. miles of double track, and fruoiils past record ran A Sirawbefr and wmseral Nursery Catalogue on HU.I.KNMM KK, more than assure its patrons speed, comfort and application lo l.etmgton, Ky safeiv 101 us Tnketson sah everywhere, asxl see that they rrsid C . II A I) . either in Or out ef Cincinnati, Indianapolis er ToWo. B. O. McCORMICK. J II OWKNS, Manager, General Passooser and licVetA(.at lteen lb Orchard, Lie, Men I De-tro- it, ,udJ HI. Articles of Association THE C0IWERCIEL HOTEL - mxm When When UThh When Rftby was sick, wo RaTO her Castorla. tlie was a ChIM, sho orittl for Cnstorln. nmwa I N company. John S Harrodsburg, 1 Kontucky. sho lsmo Jlbw, itho clung to Cnstoria. tho liad ClUI'lreu. alio gas a thorn Cattorla jier-mitti- Farmers Bank& Trust Go. OF STANFORD. KY Is , nw fully organued and ready fur business with Paid up Capital of Surplus,' St CCKb-SO- - -- . - - - $200,000. 15,000. gus-tibus- ," ti.THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, (Nowilokiug up) uith the same assets and under the same management. lly provisions of its chatter, tlepoiitorsarc as fully protected as ate depositors in National ItaiiVt, its shareholders being held individually liable tt the csleHt ol the amount of their stccl. therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in such sharu. It may ait at executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, us fully as an individual To tho.e who entrusted their buiMUett to us while innaging the Lincoln Nattonal Hank ol bianford, we we here lender our manv tbunLs atnl trust they will continue to transact their kuMnms with ui, offering as u guarantee for prompt attenyears' perioce la tion to tame, our banking and as liberal accommodation as arc con.ound banking sistent tsith ttnty DIKKCTORS: 1 TAROIDSOAP C In Tho Oiicvu'm Heifer. tho picture before us is a likeness J J Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M Uail.Staiilord; J S. Owsley, Manford; h J. Kmbry, Stanferd; J E Lynn, Stanford; A W. Carpenter, Milledgewlle; J. K.llaughman, Hustonville; J V. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky h. II Shanks, President J W M 11. I Peston, We, the un lerMgticd I'eyt.in Chaile I Sturle atiiaiHl (itlke W stirirsant r ibi imnul" 'urselven together anil ' ei me An 1. orMrail ns ' f C Napier s' i i'it i in company pur-ujGeneral Staiuii s of i. The name of Die np'rui n shall he lb Stanf rd aler fk C intpany and its g.neral pla c of tranacting busineu .dtllbc Ml the tit, of Manford, lam nln ounty Kenturky J I he general nature ol tkt buMueosef the corporation shall te i the mo-trlion and mamte naoceof a svslent of Water Wi.rl for the supply of wat.r for pay to ibe city of Stantord and the inhabitants thereof and to the tnwn of Rowland and the inhabitant, thereof, i) The tootlruc lioti Mtd Hsattitetuiisce ol a ststem ef fi or loc trie lights in the city of Stanford and in the town of Rowland, and t rharge and receivo pay for the ntanuUrtute and sale l arsuch lights. tificial ice. Th acitilltltmO of all such rtstl and personal estate as may be rrsjuir.d fur the corporation abuse siecified i. The rapiial slock of the astoeiatmn shall be seventy rue thousand $75,000) dollars, to be divided into sharcsuf one thousand dollars istih, and which i.i.j be puiii t Ike Treasurer f the Company at such timet ami in u h inoporlioHs as shall be required 'y the Hoard of Dhoctertof the Company, 4. The lorporation shall lusnuimi on the fsth dnyot February iyi. and terminate at the end of fifty so vntrs trout that dale j I hi affairs ol the Company shall be conduct ed by a Hoard nt lite Directors, one of whom shall be elected i'rcwulent The HoHrd of Direetors shall be elected annually by the shareholders on or Hut the first Saturday of August of each until the tint election, the incorporators herein turned shall constitute the Direitor. of the Com puny ' The hiiihest amount of irtlebtcdncM or liability to huh the corporation can at any time subject itself shall not exceed fifty thousand dollars 7. The private property ol incorporators aud shareholders it tube escmpl from corporate debts. Witness our hands lebruary 14, iH.jt I I ON. K I'l llughe, Matic'ton , have taken charge ! ikn popular holsl and inten J t run it in a fir t class manner in every irtptit Itisbetnc papered and 4tiHletl from tnp tobottum, the hisMing is leing renovated and everything done I. maVelt nlestant and c xnfort-abl- e fi.r cnr.lt 1 he U hie shall never be surpassed by hoteltin this sectloo J II, OWK.NS A ALEXANDER'S Loulsvillo, - HOTEL, u. Seventh and Market Streets, Kontucky, WILL OI'KN MONDAY, MAR Hating sold out our entire interest In the hotel, on Jelfersou street, we hate moved to our old stand that we occupied fur years so turiessfullr en Seventh aud Market streets, are now Tilting it up in elegant shape, new throughout and the out fit will in etery w at be elegant. Including one of 1 cn-ducli- J Halt's Safety i'assengcr and Hsggage Kfcvalor with all the late improvements We nant all of eurotd friends toc me and sec ut in our old home We promise you that our rooms, tabre and aervb e shall be tec nd to none in the land My wife, Mrs Jo II. Aletander, wants to be remembered to all our lady friends and she will be glad to sec them and give them a heaitv re. eptinti Ji per day 101 JO II. ALIi.XANDF.lt. Manager A Spooial Barg-ainA Bluo-Grasa . Farm For Sa!o. iyu-00- 0 I offer or sale privately the Henry Hester farm ol 00 acret, nearly all rich bottom land, at acres sow n in wheat , I lie balance in grass liUi.lllN. SlAIKKSON 1 1. S 1 he dwelling has sis rooms and is In gooi) rf pair. There is a new barn, good well, fine orchard and riritcl.iss fentlng on the place 4 CIIAS OKU 104-i- HyClus R1IAANI sriSturtcvam 1 SI I RTI.VAN l'FTON, ;r. JR months to tli Aged. Adviceltirirmltl:,iirli.s nine Arelirlngsi lib liowstlis, ssenk UlUncyn unil bltstl 5 croud furilil llvor. One-ha- lf rath, balance in u and 18 lWotsteii to be given Feb. 1, l&i Apply to me or my agent, W. A Tribble, at Stanford, Ky. tf J I' I'KYTON, M D. lerms 9- of Princess Josephine D took the prizo at tho Birmingham (England) fat stock show. Tho princess is a remarkably lino and fat auimal, but tho jweuliarity alwut her is that she is tho property of Queen Victoria. II, tho heifer that 0sley,'Ca Ilouk-Keep- h cr L prGflNTER'S llnght, Teller J II llauhman, General j FIRST NATIONAL BANK tioxiunperirioorfoef on llionoonruitsj, IxsmvU, k.1 luff ntur-ts- l OF STANFORD, K . iTutt'sPills i;rlltig-- ouil MAGIC atlniiilatliiic tho tlltcliurtrta vtltliotil atrulnliilf or , I fa &tfer jMwi Capital Stock Surplus S200,000 16, BOO to (ho liltlneyt), liltsililcr mid Hsur. Tlieyuru ttUa.letl tooliloryoung. mPARTINGr VIGOR SOJ.I) EVJSUavWllKltE. REMOVER! Cat. Hooting h Mountain Cut. A thnt a uniquo piece of engineering is letter from Los Angeles, Cal., says bo-in- g CREAM IM 4 SJl LEXINGTON.KY: 5Vrfy.r,r. IP YOU WANT ,' II i'il 'rfVTFqar VE &' :i 1 I GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK, CREAM FLOUR MADE BY LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS A COMPANY, LEXINGTON, KY. W. 1". Tate, Stanford. A beef shrinks in weight at first when OFFICERS: t is put into tho etnblo to bo fattened, North Carolina hasn't got anything S Hocker, President; much to exhibit at tho World's Fair ex- md most be fed a mouth beforo it shows' J. John J, McRoberts, Cathier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier cept tar and her legislature doesn't think iecided r it is worth $25,000 to display that. completed on tho Santo Fo line, through the Cajon pass, that will tuke rank with tho famous Tehachapi loop on the Southern Pacific. It amounts in to roofing ovor tho mountain. Much trouble w;is experienced latt winter on account of tho landslides in this pass, which kept the line blockaded most of tho time, and to obviate this difficulty this work was designed. It consists of a series of terraces, four in number, rising up front tho track whero tho cut is deepest, excavated ho as to break tho force of tho water coming down tho slope, and carrying it off laterally by a series of wooden conduits nnd aurfaco drains. These terraces rango from 800 to 500 feet in length, measuring in tho aggregato 1,800 feet, nnd aro all roofed pvor. An army of men and teams havo been nt work for somo months. ef-ft-ct . I'ltlNClSS JOSKTHIKK 11. Observe tho long, straight back, tho deep body and general look of fat beef m this model meat producing machine. Queen Victoria is much interested in farm animals, and manages so often to carry off agricultural and live stock prizes that 60ino of her dutiful subjects think, considering how rich sho is, sho should leave somo of tho plums to them in tho way of premiums. Her animals are generally known, nnd on tho prin'1 he Directory of this Hank is composed ciple that it is good policy to laugh at tho of Stanford; emperor's jokes, tho judges tend the T.I Foster, Reid, Lincoln county prizes her way very often. J W. Ilayden, Stanford; S li llaughman, Lincoln; unfortunately Jobephino took cold M. J. Miller, Mt Vernon; ind died just beforo sho was to bo bntch- S T Harris Lincoln: J, S. Mocker Stanferd; red, so that after all nobody got a taste G. A. Lacker, Lincoln; 3f royalty's beef. T. 1. UiILStanford; J Attention of the public is invited to tho fact that this it tho only National Hank in Stanford Under the ptovisions of the National Hank Vi. depositors .ire secured not only by the enj UjI stock, but by the stockholders liability lur an amount equal to the stock, so that deposit rs of this institution are secured by u fund of $40cyxr Five sworn statements of tho condition of the bank are made each) eur to the United States government and its assets are examined at stated turns by government agents, thus securing addititonal and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Depotit Hank of Stanford in 1838, then ol Stanford in ied at the NationalasHank First National iV .5. and Hank of the again Stanford in iSi, has had practically an iininter ruptcd existence of s years It is better supplied now with lacihtiet for transacting business promptly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d ol CO SCOTT'S CURES CONSUMPTION SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS Wasting Dinoaccs m at-th- CO c 2r W. O. Welch, Stanford Jinny havo gained ono pound per day by ita ubo. Scott's 'Emulsion is not ri secret remedy. It contains tho atimnlat-in- g proportios of tho Hypophoa-phite- s nnd 'puro Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, tho potoncy of both being largoly incriirisod. It is usod by Thysiciana nil ovor tho world. Wonderful Flosh Producer. gn. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Druggists. COTT & lOWNE, 95-- 1) Chemists. N.Y. Tho Mac.ic Urmovhii fills a long felt want with owners of 1Ihoh or Mules with Warts, Kno.5, .JlrUiM's, Cuts, Strains, Sprains, Old Soros, Itarb Wire Cuts, etc. It makes no clid'ereneo how long the knot has been there, or how lianl it is, (if it is not of the hone,) no will take it off on the "HO CURE, HO PAY" plan. In removing the knot the hair comes off, and the place becomes very horo; when you btop using it, tho hair comes back its original color, aud not a trace of tho knot is left. Tor plan of insurance, etc., call tindcrnigncd druggist's, and bring your animal with you. ,alS b W B McRcb""' Stan- lord" d'UEfi-m. l