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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891031701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. I Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. MARCH ... 17. 1891. ' NO. 5 Rjslcs 2.50 are to have the ,n -- Wiltani. lM "U t0 Cor. Jcfi irson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housv what everyone , the uew tin shingle now beiiii; plat-- 1 . ... ,,W a.ien a pair of n.... mi nun-LOUISVILLE, KY. hit. uir, won nni . (IV. ed upon the church LouiHVille feel her impnrtunee then. A W. R. LOGAN, Manager. (iaither Libt Infantry will be The Winter Hrnwer bag pureliased over lovelier spot cwjiitd not be wleeted for it A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. iiippecli'd this Ihi.iIms at Mini I'liesilsy) evening by cents a pound. than Cantral park. With the eapitol 1,000 Col. K. II. (iftitherand An enti.e ,llrrr',1'i,,irK "'HW. buililiiiK erected on tin flight elevation Mr. Seott Karris tool: 0 of S. II new outllt has been theie and the urouiiib) hrilliantly State Arsenal to (.'apt with electne Halite, it would rival itniighiiiiiii'H lleety youngsters to Louis ville atunlay to prepare them for the includes uniforms and overcoats. Old .iKcene from tliu Antliiftn Knights. Whut Co. (J. has carried the colors at the last a fHi.ious lover' bower it would be. Ah spring rsces. CORNER SOMERStT MID MAIN STREETS. Hros.' wile horses sold three encampments of tho State Ousrds At it i.s iiiMiiy n hHppy wife dates her Imp 7."i $10) bead; corn $:.01 and we will put up dollars to doughnuts pinch hc: to the time when it was at from J to .7o per she will bo "Color Company" at tho Sugar, perbsrrel in crib; i0 shnepat Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Syrups, Honey, used for the cxpoftilion grounds and eun bead, and Sal f 10 per head; hops $2.h0 encampment this year. vividly recall the stHiry uiKht when she Salt, Vinegar, Starch,. Candles, Lard, Flour, Meal. L' 10 Sunday afternoon a dilliculty occur100; hemp wed per bushel, sat bv wjine one's side in a slmdowy re ht n,.t. .!.... ,""''1"- -.. m"" u ..II ri....l.nl !,..- - red on Battle How, in which a negro, " Sam McKee, treat, lm(en.., to the far away miMie ' " ", FARINACEOUS GOODS: hcvural the lwnd, the softsfilashof the fountains ''.... r.mt.l ..,..., ,,f is. n. lti.m.K cuts on the facereceivedneck by asevere Spices, Cheese, Maccaroni, Flavoring and Extracts, dirk and in MuitliiiiKHtiotr, softer, dearer . ...,,1 nrsmiir .nll, J" " flir.-in. knife in the hands of another negro ' t'W 11 II Raisins, Citron, Figs, !.' I.. .. I1.....I.I . .,1.1 ... t.i ki'.IWI.. Prunes, tl ranru niui Ill.l inun . .. Currants, 111 t iiimri 11.1 I IIIMU kr . I nnntllin named Charley Owens. Owens was ar., Iron, her; such R c ft; illk,MHH,r F.nkferl'-.- ll Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Parlor and Hall Lamps, ,, ( flM lM rested, hut was relersed to appear for , ,,s u is loo, Quccnswarc and Tinware. m.tIlri.H,lllu ,lttlo Hourbon Chief. Jr., to Mr. Jan.es trial Monday morning. At this writing ,nt that s the way of the world, you of Australia, Mo., for the cum) has not been called. It is wondcsp.tethe fact that.t sounder a b I. kllo,v. who have, much is Keister. derfully strange, but nevertheless true, It inrjiinlv unnM .. .. nr Viillini tlwi It l.iVhii .iml v - vitmh. -- - rjintioL however. rompare to the out '1 ..i.ii.i promising IIOIV """'"M that while the . u v,rwit thiim for Jfej!.e L. it N. is building at 10th and liuisville, though, fellow colt, owned by L. M. Lasley, of savory annex ofinhabitants of this unour town will fall out be reaily lor nIj KriU,kfoit in to be robbed of her Hroadwsy, which will soon this place, and TI.ohi.ih Wallace, of Mis- and light among themselves, they will people from Stanfortl troMHiiti. let lutvu it in Hpitt of ull occupancy. The souri, will he sold at public auction in come before the court and swear for elsewhere will not much louder jIU!toii. 'Twill be worth a Hip to Louis-hav- Louisville on to close a part- each other. a damper thrown on their spitits vj(. ,!, htiH.ucrts. is thought that at nership It W. H. Marrs was in town Sunday. little sliun Dame fashion ii.foi.ns uslhatowdered by aliKhtu.u at the Messrs. Will Severance, Jack Rout and to the city. nair 11 10 ue worn nuriiii. Ale von sur least tlO.OOO will he paid for him. ty at Maple street on comiiu II. '. Ware, of Washington, sold to Will Wearer., of Stanford, were here an. not. It is a custom wor- - it For years it has been a dUxnicu to ,,rirt,Miv Has the largest and Marion party 100 hogs at 4A and 05 Sunday. William Jennings, of Kirksl.uisvilte, but anv city could well w ' thy the dark ii;eH, I know, but the world lambs for June delivery at oj. Mr. sTi nr 'm j u fuitflMav" mii fv ville, spent Sunday w ith his mother. It. pioud of the new one. must have cbanue and I suppose those Ware MOST COMPLETE STOCK tells us that corn can be had nt (irahain Frank has accepted a position! n.. a.u.osv iu i.eni is w(l furnish the banjos sometimes run ' barrel in the crib in his county and as salesman in Hraun's dry goods store. ' (&3feki OK one, that is every woman and child, are qh The perplex. hk ipiestiou is, howitHe Mrs. J. II. Ilrown has been quite sick (tiuntinj: the days till Laster. I he chil- are tho women with abundant suits of that there is at. abundance of also says that tue wheat crop is looking lor the last lew days. Hon It. II Tom-- , dren, eaer for tho eui; crackini:. tbu dark hair to produce the desired l: splendidly. display their new iiiirwu u3 :.. oiumoru i in !........ on prowomen anxious to ever shown in Stanford at prices ellect and what are tho boys to do I he lecent eiiK.iKCliiunui ol Mr. 15. :. Hughes has fessional business. Nev r since moth 1. in... 11...;. . . lionnulN and wiwiis. i .. . l.ia as low as the lowest. n .1 UIII lllt'KM IIIVII UUHL "MVII IT Illlllll f' lnl.l.ian.l rftit2 been confined to her dr. A 1 l ' I.War7 It will keep i t,1JH and a.ljo.ninii counties, of export days with a severe bis room for several in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s ho,,, rtani attack of the grippe. hate her daucl. era had w MiiJtr o(,. (Ify .i..verv t 4J and 5 cents, We sincerely hope to see him out soon. who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Al1 to indulKo their U Repairing. Don't have to ,w U l,,,, ,N,,,,,r tin hW f. Um Ul -- l feelin,. Jim Currey is down with la -'- l'Ht improved grippe. " who ennno look rJ bed ti.ne ? Surelyjno nice send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old would There is an impresMon among good " Lad better Kiv up tl.o Bhit sleep with hrr ba.r ... such a condition, will vet be reached CRAB ORCHARD. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicauKhtrKrolh. lhat l!;)I)thit,Hassof stock for ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. , ,, tl. when one meets a . gill ami a nunc " .Mr. J. u. Hayes Bold L'l head of '... i iiiiiiiiii ji iionverv. venira. ueconi. i .,. n.. .. . i UD.ur.ii! in rem, .kiUc se hair will be usWl. When will hn- -- Dave l'rewi.t bought of J. W. Ilar- - cnttle at $10 to .Mr. Tate, near Stanford. l rt In ! dUnRiiWi Mr. F. S. White, of Sonora, Ky., is I. nanityh,rn to let nature alone? Don't dan l.'O lau.bMmving 0 cents for tho o tf WC7e.&, Ci.b from the girl in her t.ght sk it. SIC ijBJ. you hate anything false? And then, is onas to be del.veunl May LM, and o cents the guest of Mr. J. T.Cadwick. He is' women take h i. d. r why ll.s ''!, ,o much of it in the world; not only per-- 1 fnr tho,e deliu-rethe M,l of June, a brother of .Mr. C. Mother. They hav.e , . ..... in getting theinwlves up in male attire. ' B,"p.", J'" '"""' iu i nere win proouiiy no -- uo irouers nan- - not seen each other for about 3S years. t K Iliuustbe lK.MM.th.y ..i... in Your scribe was present at the elec-, -'- "versation and false Hut to re- - died for speed Bovle coun.v this t, e lb ugr that thej- .1 onl. ' " ; tion of ollicers for the literary society at UuiiloHie hll hair. To accompany ' vear. In the Is.t few.h.vs L. II. RENEW! t,,s htllnisl Mtylu iuIt. ,,.,,,, of ;oll ,, lKMI..ht of various parties in thI the college on Friday last. There was' attractive to the se. on ttliwu rights court plaster or "beauty marks" are to and neighboring counties, six business was as much enthusiasm manifested in ' 19SE& SUCCESS MAS BWM To ijuote Secretary adorn they encroach the face and woe to iln unninn .,i .,n....j ruii.im. from :i."n in their election as there is in our nation- fOR THE think a woman ... lhatno's words nl elections. .Mr. John 'A. Carson was .1 find' llllll "iriuu ' "" t.inl .......II.. ...:.. 1. 1.... tinn ......... to ...n.-l"'" "illlMi-n- . nearest per.cci.on ...I.,.. n I... . .... t A ullL,ni , not TOIUMn. wlh Uljs elected president; Miss Liz.ie Jteazley FOR SALE EVERYWHERE Nolwitbstan.l,ng tho inclement o nions o. mmm of jrlI(sils ..womn,H womanly. and .Miss Nannie Kdmis-- ' t.,ln- - woatll,r ar,t. ,r0wd ntlended the sale " " women by d.llerent into bold relief. Hut to the woman ,.n- - of Mrs. Magg.e W. Carpenter on Fridav ton, secretary. MtM wans lk.r M all0 If savs garet Manton Tho belled Hu.zard, that we have ' , lM1 nrray ht!MilIf n Uooii irln.s wl.run.oHze(ithroilBh. vnrnMMirrnJSBMrrvfrKamwwuinxnvmgzwtx k ' ,r powder and pntclies she likes to get a good opinion been reading of for some time, was ami when out and particular! v did the farming t I u or-l.. and interview Col Koln-r,Iio Saturday by .Master Johnnie oomplBtLH, wl, ,ook k u,mi)lltfl ,he ,;ko M. welIi Tw,.,vo a ....... eon, iiioKu-iiu....u.- . The buzard was evidently bisoilo dol . yearling mules soldat Jill; hogs at Su.5. F. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, .Htf hn tmlvHiiiil: 'He loves his fellow MT. vernon. ky. The Imbies (bless their little hearts) to :?:t.0. milk cows :0 to $15; mares Sl'Jo starved and came to town to get some- London, - - - Kentucky. a hundred men to make are quite the rage men.1 'It takes now, mid happy is the to $175; jark colt jennet $250; hay thing to eat lor it seemed rather weak Thtiold and llotcltit still maintain I hae am better to an encampment," says Mr. IngersoH, mother who is the proud possessor of !' 05 to ?l per stack. The farm was and could hardly tly when turned loose. inB a. fine reputation. CharKe reaionable. Spe- prt,,.md moeil evermy new Hotel andthe public, ,han to accommodate ' but one woman can make n homo." "I twins. It is enough to Good I. ivery attached and (.very convenience cial attention to the traveling public. make any heart rented privately to T. L. Carpenter and Johnnie took the bird to Messrs. Sigler ' "' "" M. P. NEWCUMH, Prop., " ,nt only admire woman as the most ache to jmiss through some part of the James Uoe for about ?700. c Carson's store and Mr. C. cut the bell 11 LEY. FRANK Ky. JJ. Mt. Vernon, V beautiful object ovor made, but I rever- citv and see the manv oil' and set the bird free. He seemed to little KIRKSVILLE. MA0!S0N COUNTY, ence her us the redeeming tjlory of hu cre'atnro w.thgri.ny be verygratef.il for being relieved of his ,a..ged sanctuary of all the virtues, hair and poor little ragged manity, the Ibis burden. It was a sheen bell, tied with I drinto sell ray farm ol about iy acres, situThere is vcrv little sickness in bodies. Such ated about i' unlet north of Stanford on the the pledge of all perfect qualities of the cases are found in country villages as vicinity now. Dr. Fr.sbie is unable to astrand oj a inch rope around tho wing. oppotite theolil church. There or Curciciii', bruues, old sorei km diseases, Kusli llruncli piVc, in head and heart." "It bi not just Messrs. Oeorge L. James and Win. corns, bunions, piles, l.stul.i, scratches, halter are about o acres wheat and tej the balance well as in the large cities, only the little leave his room. feet of of the farm well ct in timothy (iood clwelllnc dew and bruises Whereer it ha. right to lay the sins of men at the ones in the country have the benefit of Preparations are being made to open Chandler have returned from tho Land burns,used it poisun has Kivcn wonderful satmfactiun and of four rooms and kitchen am! a splendid new been women." "It is because women are so pure air and sunshine, which those in a a of Flowers. Missus Maud Pettus and Lt propensitj lor rcmoMii soreness Is reiuaika- barn is ell watered and fenced. Posse'Kion can barber-shos next to the drug Numerous testimonial, will be M'cured .ind be given immediately, i or particulars, se J. p. much better than men that their faults city miss. If every woman would take 'store on Main street. lk'ttie Higginsand Dr. Walter Heazley ble. appear in thi space at a later date. Made Uadey. .Stanford, or write theE. nnderMjrneH at will Cinunnali. OMo. WITHERS. seem greater." "A man's desire is the half the money laid nide for the Faster Miss Kuth Jones is teaching a school spent Saturday an Sunday in Lancas- andvildby J. I. UUitil.. "taniora, Ny. foundation of his love, but a woman's bonnet and spend it for shoes and cloth- at Cottonburg. Miss Ida l'rowitt is ter. Madams Jus. Stephens and Jos. desire is born of her love." "The one ing for these miserable little ones, the teaching near Kirksville. Mel vin wero visiting friends in LancasNotice of Incorporation. thing in this world that is constant, tho Faster sermon would not seem Prof. H. F. Fvans is teaching n se- ter last week. I). 15. Kdmiston f I. l. .ft :.... ill nlnilllu tint ... ...,, one peaK in.u r.m .nl.ae.t .. lect school at Hrown Hill. Tho profess- and K. H. Ward wero in Kirksville last g() , aml tl0 in which tho light forever ed by a crown on Notice is hereby six en that A. C Sine, Jol.n N ono window week to visit some of their sick relatives, the last ami glorious or is an excellent teacher. Menefce, Joseph rieveranci', I. M Hr.ice, liom.is ono star that darkness cennot Faster burns, the Mr. IC. to see Dr. J. B. Frisbio and .Mr. I. bheltoti, Jolm A. Allen, J. II. l'aitou ami tl.eir Tho farme.s of this vicinity are morning. Heware of the woman associates Ins e incorporated lliemselscs un 'er quench, is woman's love. It rises to the who says she does not love little chilwith their work on account of so W. to sco a grand daughter. Mr. and the name ol " lie Odd Fellos' Hall Association greatest heights, it sinks to the lowest dren and lon't make that woman your much rain and cold weather. Mrs. J. C. Bliinehart. of I'ineville, are ol Stanford Ky " incorporation is to purchase , The object cl the It is i depths, it forgives all Injuries. young people enjoyed n hop the guests of her father, .Mr. J. S. Fish. site in Stanford, Ky . nnd rict tbtreon a brick Tho hfepaitner. If all selfish people, in the buildinK according to such plans; and specifications . life and grows in every perennial of world would just try the experiment of given by Mr. C. S. Hoop on tbo Rich- Mr. Curtis Gover is out again and able as may lie agreed on. The authonod capital stock is $U,(K, divided mm climate, 1,ill..11Hri :,' Omng something for others, they would mond pike last Friday night. The mu- to look after his business. into shares ol $100 each and pajahle in wteU) n orcrnet harshness btallinents ut 50 cents on each share sic was furnished by tho Kirksville ni ."J earth, h ' Sunday-schoo- l The corporation shall commence Feb r, iSji, Teacher What is abThis s tho love that subdues ford them. There is nothiiiL' which band. ears. and conlinue leiity-fiway from tho Dr. D. L. Fry, lato of your town, has solutely necessary to enable a man to get thnt eivea us music all the The affairs of the corporation are to lie conductbrings happiness like tho knowledge of y Directors, a President, a ed by a Iloard of seven cloaingKympho-ncradle song to the grand Secretary and Treasurer, to be doing one's duty and especially if the cast his lot with us. Tho doctor is a along well in this wicked world? E. A rattling good pair 'o legs elected annually the first Tuesday mjanuaty. tho soul uway on wings of duty consists of something for of excellent morals and is Johnny young man that bears others. The highest amount ol indebtedness or liability can subject itself is lovo that is greater thou power, making a good impression with those he to which the corporation flro A May me. $5,000. meets uml by the way is getting bis sweeter than life and Btronger than Privato property of the stockholders shall be WE WILL SEND STAMOKD, KENTUCKY, Feb 14, empt from corporate debts. A Ni'Kii.u. to tho Louisville Times share of the practice. death." That certainly is n tribute to A U. SINE, lias a .. , ........ ...v . ..llarber Shon on Main street, on. pity is that women from Owensboro, contains the following Insti- THE IlTTEPwIOR The splendid school, .n..k. be proud of and tho posite rortiu n iioii.c, nun invites a snare ol 'your ,ui..r.rr.r, juii.n JOURNAL attention tooutside calls and patronage of males and fe to deserve it. JOSEPH SEVERANCE, information, of a young newspaper man. tnto, for tho education do hot do more Dca.il atlenlion to ladies and childrer. Work M, IIKULr., IN CLUI1 WITH Yesterday it pretty girl boarded a who is the possessor of n deal moro gall males, ndds no little to the attractiveness dore in the latest style with neatness and disTHUS L.SHKI.TON, 6S6m patch yj JOHN A. ALLEN, S. Sterrett has got of Kirksville. l'rof. M. hlliott is princiFourth Avenue car with n pot dog under than brains: J. II. PAXTON lady was beautifulinto trouble. Ho was arrested early pal and to whom all inquiries pertaining her arm. Tho little MAGAZINE ly dressed in a golden tan tailor suit Wednesday morning at Owensboro for to tbo college should be addressed. Blue-Gras- s ONE YEAR FOR $350. Mrs. Tom i'alinor and little daughwith copper trimmings, n dainty little carrying concealed a deadly weapon. W P.WALTON. Stanford. Kr. bonnet nestled like a jewel on her curls, Ho was kept in jail till S o'clock, when ter, of Lancaster, aro tho guests of .Mrs. whilo long Buedo gloves finished bet his cose camo up in tho city court and Pruwitt. Mrs. F. b. Clifford and twolit-tl- o marred postponed until Saturday. When ho children, of Rowland, wero tho costume. The only thing that my tarm at I will sell privately, at a bargain, miserable looking got out ho proceeded to get even with guests of Mr. F. M. Lutes, aa was Mrs. THE COURIER-JOURNA- L dog. It was a was the Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. not much larger than tho policeman who arrested him. Ho Greaham and Mrs. Ward from LivingThis (arm, formerly known as the Jacob l.ucst little creature, contains won- was LOUISVILLE. KY. inn saloon when arrested and saw ston. Threo of Kirksvillo'a beauties, your fist and wns burdened with a cfc covered with bells; every the ollicers drinking beer, and reported Misses Ktta and Kva Finnell and l'rowderful collur Acres Excellent Land, fresh start and the them to the chief, who suspended itt, are visiting sriends near Stanford. HUSTONVILLB, KY. Subscription Ratrt, Daily and Sunday, $10 a In nnme rondit on. and well Improved, lying, time tho car took a year, Daily without Sunday, JS a year, Sunday $1 knartlv in the limits ot the town of Crab Urcliara, Arc still In the business and ready to do any. A fow weeks ago Mr. John Hill electricity began to buz, doggie would them." thine in the Undertaking line. We have a full .. . on the L. ci N. K. K. a year. Weekly i a year 1'lie which set all Th farm Is div ded nearly e.iually uy Hie piKe stock of Cases and Caskets ol all kinds and Kobe an address to the people of this indulge in a pipm bark, Our hearse, which is nearly there being 175 acres on of every description leading South from town, "Madam," said the judge, sternly, vicinity on alliance and organized u to jingling and a Courier-Journ- al house, a new can be obt lined on short notice Mr J. I', tho bells on his collar the East side on which is the mansion rooms, "you must answer the question. What lodge. Some of our men have become in tho corner brick of 7 (rem has charf of cur business and will show lt nervous looking old maid ....... .....nl. nrniiaoil over the work. Of Has the largest circulation of any Democratic large.roomy and kitchen, servant's house, stab e. K.c, and on our goods to any one needinir anything- in on le to jump from the swi tly is your age?" o.t -mnrn newspaper ill the United State auu I'ruuoes to the West side 105 acres, which has also n lll,,r.n min Beetned ready imi e.c. ,. ...."wnifflu .i. residence "I was born tho same year your honor nlimit the r business- anil objects than woi'double .vuj HIkt. btlhlMUl Ul . or movingcarin preference to ruling the desired will sell the place as a whole, ' AY EACH and wilt sell either of the tracts singly Either will dog. When was. That would make mo about" do, but wo very humbly submit that iu TTOAV ? length of the line with that one a splen- - wake an elegant and comfortable horre, coLven right track. rVuchhV or a "It isn't necessary to go into particu- our opinion they aro on tho glaring, first handsome lent to schools, churches, good turnpikes and the 2 Houses and Lots in McKinnoy, I left tho car 8he was still Watch, lars," interposed tho judgostilly. "Gen- At their last meeting tney went iiirougn go d eewy aboiutely free. Full ParticuUr railroad. at Its owner, ns I Doth desirable homes. For information and at tho don, then .ouner.jouruai. aampie copy tree, Persons desirous of inspecting the place will be With their USUal rOlUlUO 01 OUSlliess linu n terms, address shown over It by James ays, now residingaton the decide which to toss out the tlemen, have you any further uso for tho elected Mr. II. II. Elliott for their speak- - Se?Xrnw. N, haldeman. to Dau- MRS. SUSIES ADAMS, premises. F01 terms apply or address me sympathetic witness? You may stand aside, mad- er. They have secured tne rrowilt tiau Preidcnt 16H West Main Street. window. I felt positively Leiington, Ky. "'.'tC' i.ounvii JAS.W. GUEST. ri96.ll Is ono am." In meet In. with that old maid, for if there .hoi., are with (em.. in..,, " i" i.iiu. nine 1 leiuiuii-imiutheir eaenn'KS to nee everything inp in new and decide what they like best. Just one year i.ko the dreuiHul eyelone scarcely a ill I its awful work; of tho ruin remains. .Many of the trace dilapidated old landmarks have been by IihikIhoiiiu new stiuctures which would never have been erected but for the cyclone's work. So there lotnes tood out of tho worse evil' Louis, ville seems at lust awaking from her Kip elect, ic Van Winkle sleep. Tliu w will soon tnrs are a Kreat addition sin. be put on all lines in the city, The May Musical Kestial promises to bu a success and lovurs of the art all over the siiii. ul.miM iieourauo the work. Hi l' uew union depot will be open It .s an e pubbc next week shows to uood adva.U b,ld.nK and ,tbey thiiiK nbovo another tlml I Io nhhor, it FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. Gosslppy Fashion Lclter.from Louisville. is Olie of those Hlllllll pet 1ols, mill u hilt I'olhe lditor liuermr Journal.' TlioniMH SO ewes anil lambs. V. fee, mi old olored man Knit Sam:. early in tlu Mnson tliu nny well ImIniii-imwuiiiuti wimH to car- - W 11... II. ......).. III.. resitlin . . .. ... pin-H- , .. Although .inquite 1 I1IL. 1. .... 11.linV.IlIV 1111M "" ry one icir, w pciuy into puiiue .Metropolis im'kiiiiiiiik " "" has for hii e 18 Ioiik year- - pension of si:! per month. C. A. rrino i;..i,imv.Hri.c.iv viwi)1H OM f jlu iufixplHimihlefl. ilrens. lliero ,. ,. : , , v n 1 . t Tll n"H "" ' "" " " "" re ... " ' h,, n Hcievv minxiM wonderful new greens and blueH and , , tbe will iivo u "I'm Party" at tho , ,. John .Smith Hold to Kohineon, of i Tim ,1 vmiiuiii nun iuii'b. ...I ernyn m nven riji" ..m. ......... um m..-- . Hotel hnrday even.,. next. .it ?IS. lot bee- themselves !.uK m,v !....!.. ,,".,,"111 .,.,,.. ,9t . ... ... ' ;tb(is ' Hom-whe- , Kverv one 1 u . capiU.l here, and 1 """ I hhilKlmhn m'm wi-h- ..... I .'.,. "T , i ' 1 ' THOU LOUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. willabd. I.ATK AI.KXANDER'S HOT1.L, Per liny. "7 e, 1 ( to-d- ay ilhiini-iwite- d siiriFine and Staple Groceries, p'-- r n-- I i r 1 f 11 11 HH-- 11 ,, oi,.l -'-- " .,.-- .. o V- - ent ,,,, ,,,, m . . - ',,. ! V U,iMa-18i..l.i.i- FAEtjftIS & HAKDI2T. ! The OH Sellable Jeweler Lex-an- in the Lead. e , A. R. Penny 1 - fc ..... er - - snow-whit- e -:-- 1. 1 1 1 j. ..... I . I ... .. .... 1 i 'r ". !N i- , 1 "" j,v SESi' W7 Wat cites and Jewelry ! . !.oii.lii ''"' 1 ,,,..... mid-summ- er ' ' .ii.,i ,,,.. $itei'J HTb I - liv. 1 i sTrtlS CEUB WfEB 1 . i.,. . NfOUGHS " I.IUU.-jlllVU- t-Nie. P"n vice-preside- HOLDS YTH UOT 20 YEARS. """'; , . , 1 - ,, I JM Pit in,-g- o cap-lure- d e. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. THE , ' 0!irif RILEY ' HOUSE, j f-'7- 5, d- j 1 Sj-t- UK K0PAT1 Ml Farm For Sale. ' tirst-clas- p - 1 o6-i- yr ' --.- ,,,,,. ., ...,.. one-hal- .Mes-aru- . 1 bo-hin- d 1 111 -- e t, II. FARMER, . T0jNtS0RAL first-clas- ex-- 1 . artist, -- .. s 1 ". i I -- DEFOREST Oi-i- Choice Farm -- home-stea- d, 280 J. T. SXTTTOIT CO., Weekly . well-bui- .... i i comlorl-ablelrai- ue 1 FOB SiScXK. iin-ab- le I Couner-joom- ai a. 1 LV.r tf ... a TV - '''nil'wxiiTMnOiinmft il.if.-- ii&ymmrrucn CTWwnmnMlJW It h -- Nearly 1,100 trotters hnve been en His son, John, was run ovorby n loaded wagon the Kiino day and hurt very for tlio Kentucky Futurity. badly. command lion. Kdwnrd Parker has instruc Chilian government forces, was killed in M aiich 17, 180 Stanford, Ky tions for senator from the counties of a battle with the insurgents Match II. The recent battle in Chilli resulted Knox, Laurel; Jacksoi: and Owsley; J. in serious lo to the government, fully J. Paul, Pulaski; Dr. Frank Watkins, Of Whitley, and J. II. Davis, Hull. Parker F i of the forces being killed and woundonly neiuK eight votes of being elected ed. The United States steamship Galena on first ballot, and has more counties NEWSY NOTES. is fast ashore and lying in a bad position instructed for him than all others comSyracuse Btitlered a SI ,1100,000 fire at Gayhcad, on the Massachusetts bined. It is firmly believed that Lau rel's candidate will get there, even if coast. Saturday. Goods, of & the Cincinnati Posts's correspondent Of e of II. V. The The mortality of Now Orleans is the been, seen, of Co., of Louisville, burned Sunday. The does bay difi'erent. greatest in the South ami West. was about SiO.OOO, but is fully covThe depot at Somerset was broken DEATHS' DOINGS. into last week and several trunks were ered lv insurance. Mr. Frank Fehr, president of the The break in the levee at Buck's tolen. Prank Fehr Brewing Company, died in A. Minor Griswold, editor of the Bayou, Coahoma county, Miss., is and is now "00 feet wide. It is Louisville Sunday. Texas Sittings, died suddenly at Sheboythought that it can be repaired when the Mr. 1?. L. Johnson, who was associgan Tails, Wis. Hoods, ated with the editor of this paper during 77 7.5 weeh The I'Acelot Cotton Mills at Pneelot, necessary materials arrive. Hutlalo Hill want to take a number the construction of the C. S. Hailroad iu JS'cw 3 S. 0., were destroyed by an incendiary a to of the troublesome Indians imprisoned Pulaski, died lat week of pneumonia. lire. Loss S90.000. At Omaha, the Holm Sash and Door at Fort Sheridan to Kurope with his At the time of his death he was living at Loss SloO.000; Wild West show. This would bo about Big Stone Gap. Factory was destroyed. A dispatch from Frankfort m)b that the best way to get ri.i of them. insurance S130.000. In various sections of the country Mr. signmud Luscher, u wealthy and The unhappy wife of Kev. John held indignant prominent brewer, dropped dead of f yesterday the Italians Tliirly-siv-inc- h Jones committed suicide by hanging Serges meetings, denounced the mobbing of apoplexy on the Pith. He was at one at Columbus, O. in We Win. l'ecket va given l'l years at their countrymen and demanded that time a councilman anil was very popuA. $' Shoes .)Iixses the Knox circuit ooutt for killing Town Italv take notice of the allUir of Satur lar. Mr. Luscher married the WidowWe day. Miller, of this place and much sympathy sizes. Marshal T. Hubbard. The first application for the refund- is felt for her. P. T. it.irniini will erect a 5125,000 H. Perkin died Friday of gift to the scientific and ing of money under the Direct Tax law, Mr. building as a recently passed by Congress, was made aleess of the lungs after an illness of societies of Uridueport, Ct. historical Jake Kilrain knocked out George by Gov. Hill, of New York. The amount several weeks. Mr. Perkin mowd to to be held in this county from Pennsylvania several Godfrey, the colored Boston puuilist, at called for is to Of years ago and has been a fanner Miire San Francisco, but it took 14 rounds to trust for those entitled to it. Shoes John Wool-urn- His remains were laid to rest iu Bullalo Midway's do it. low He carat Hedville, O., left his business in the charge of cemetery Saturday morning. Destitute miners broke open a box car and took Hour his daughter a week or more ago and left ried an insurance of S.'.OOO. ?Jfc Mr. William C. llMiley died at his and meat to savo their families from under the pretense of a business trip to Lexington. He has not been heard of home at Turners ille Sunday afternoon, starvation. The Ilhodo Island democratic con- since and his bondsmen are a bit out of after a 10 days' illne.ss of pneumonia, in his Kid year. Mr. Bailey was a good vention has renominated the old State humor on account of it. A. fcig. Uudini, Italian Minister of For- and honorable gentleman, a splendid throughout, headed by John W. ticket, Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MAXES ljjors. eign A flairs, has cabled the Italian press citien and a valued member of the Davis for governor. of The president of the Hoard of Lady of New York from Home that he has al Christian church of Turnersville, gov which he was an elder. Ho was one of Managers of the World's Fair is to re ready demanded trom the Bucklen's Arnica Salve fur nrs. 'Ihc ceive S5.000 and the secretary :i,000. ernment energetic and prompt repara-ratio- the original as well as one of the pcrfi.st-eu- t tottt), uli it- - alt rh, the world wtn,uli. br cha Utter, uin, fever prohibitionists of this county, and pd hand. . hilbUms, im and all tkit. er ij. for the lynching of the .Mafia asDuring the English bliznrd over 70 pile, or HO pay remr tlons ami was ever found ready to lend a helping ed. it poMtiveh cuie irive prfct atlta. r, lives weie lost by shipwreck on the De- sassins at New Orleans. W Jtlil I. vV i. guaranteed to t i s Ptur $ cmt The insane asylum near Nashville hand to that or any other good cause. or mone refunded vonshire coast, while a number of R I'eimv, Stanford, KjrKornlcbyA Prlt. In are lepottedas fio.e i to death in burned Saturday and of the 500 occu- He leaves a wife, who in l.er hour of Humps. About 10 great bereavement has the sympathy of Tlio Firm Sttn pants perished in the the interior. . i cuVt cat run u CL0CZ8 I'erhap AD JEWELS?. Snow iu the Colorado mountains of the inmates escaped, but most of them her many friends. F.lder W. L. Wil- lep cm t thitilm a'l do B)rtWg to iui what d.m VWJrCVwWrtTTo IJO T covers niilroad tracks from o to 40 feet. have been caught. The fire is supposed liams preached a mot appropriate fun- wfuition nU ou wondtr you are aibt Ju. l VTt taklPij i'iI"-- i huuld heed the warning, lvl D.lirill" Towns and villages are cut off" from to have been started by an inmate, who eral sermon yesterday afternoon and im- lep into tirrvou proairatim. ! " mrl l,riitntt ill And the communication, and provisions must be made a successful escape. Los ?."0,000, mediately thereafter the remains were ionic and Klt trie Hitler. )oh rTOU yUm i it. remedy for rtMonnK )ur ly done. laid to rest in the Hustonville Come- - normal, haltk condition 5urriBt re.iltt fullv covered bv insurance. carried in on snow shoes. follow thiuof th Nerv 'lonii and Aliiranve Of the 2,S00 presidential The failure of the jury to convict tery. VirJv renorr.l onr apt4ite return. Rood diKtto and tb lier and mdne rrui health mon J Will lll-- i . , . ill iir 'm r in Pretty the assassins of Uluet ol l'oluo llennes 290 are kept by democrats. only h in 'v Inr i;)iIs. (M.uiford, Kv , ( jo iet at A K I'enny Try a bottle l'rne The passenger department of the good work iu two years and no doubt sy at New Orleans resulted in the vio k C. Haute will publish an edition of drug Mute the little man in the White House is lent deaths of 1 1 Italians at the hands of 50,000 of a pamphlet describing all Timbeing congratulated fcr it. lin indignant mob, which shot theaccus-- ber LamN. Coal ami Mineral Lands, lin. !,. ;. VV, J V 4 .he are ""'"'proved Fmims that are Mr and Mr. I ,$. U I- : . Vl- - V J V" At Virginia, New, Bella Pieusch, a ed men in the jail vard or in their cells. for sale amlor near the line of the road. r.uv l.iKhthoe oren 1 re.co.t h. . and air U"- (T TT T V I ., ,. .' 4t Sand Ilea. h j j, .C.V,? k ji. on "- old l.a.l April blwedithadaughlM , jyrl was suspended from In response to a call issued by lenihiii: !T, , . nf t, 15 year-ol,t ublicatinn the ), l i tKrn dowa with men!., fulloued nUh a h AN I B.'hool for20 days for misbehavior. She citizens, a crowd of several thousand ill u. borne bv the H. H. Co. and we ilreaitful ioiich and turning into a IVvur. Pmlor. Detroit treated her, out in vain, - and Land owners having at h:ne and went homo and shot and fatally wound- people assembled about Clay'8 statue, ask Fmimi.iie wai a mer .he grew wow randly until ed herself. She said sho was innocent. and, led bv Mr. W. S. Parkerson and I'roperij lor ba.e to semi accuraie ie- "handful of l.one "' Ihen.he trvrd l)r Km and alter the um hI two and a half N r. JohnC. UickhHe, forced the jail. ,,.,,. of 1Illtirv..niiiL . .if. bottle.liMicry Money is about as scarce in France completely eurea. i mjr ay i . .., ........ nf - m. i worth its wviKht country. The great Paris- - j The appeals of the assassins were met any, priie and term, to the undersigned KinKiNtw Diatoier) trial bottle tree at in gold, as it is in this K A et ou may et you a W'c arc closing out our stock of Gibbs Imperial, Iron licam, Chamian bank would have collapsed last week with a fusillade of bullets from Winches.- - at earliest possible moment, in order not I'enny' dru? .tore. m - ,k'Ia' publication of the work. Suppion and Oliver htccl and Combination Plows AT COST. When we had it not been for timely aid of tho ters. To satisfy the immense throng on to, MUou' Norvo and IAvor PIUs Bank of France and other financial ' the outside, the dying bodies of two of ' inip. but wo want tlie first number as Alton a ne principle regulating the A li.er. say cost, vc mean co.t new lxel through the ntnei the Maliia were taken to the street and complete as possible. Answer bv mail itomacli and lr. Mile.' I'llli .Jiredily cure luliou. houses. Wc have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" Chilled Plow, the com discovery The Mining Journal published at hanged to lamp posts. The mob was to F. S. Mordaunt, Commissioner of Im- - ncn.lucl tate. torpid livur, pihw, (.omtipattuti ing Plow, and these must go to make room for them. Small.! 1'ncjualpd for men, women, children Middlesboro has been sold to P. II. rr,lrlv nml nftor vi.ii- - migration, care I). U. LI wards, (J. P. A miHrtt. tiire.t jo doe. 5 cent. Sample fru- if Choice lot ol home grown Clover, Timothv, Orchard Grass and T. A. Queen and Crescent Koute, Cin it A. It Penny'., Stanford 11. B. Haywood and geance dispersed quietly. Cram, O. 0. Hall, Iho action cinnati, O Oats. G, W. Arthur. They will convert it into of the lynchers was indorsed by the New Tho Flnosi on Earth Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. R K i ton The Cm. iniiati, Hamilton a daily and will be known as the Daily Orleans Board of Trade and other comFEMININE FANCIES. the only line running lullman' l'ertecled Safety Full stock of Hardware and Groceries. Ve.tibuled Ir.nnf, with Chnlr. Parlor. Sleeping Herald. mercial bodies. HKBiinw women, on the average, are lind Dining Car tciritc between Cincinnati, run The three experts who examined the only line and Chic ago CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. J N MKNEKKK I raid to live longer than thoe of any ling 'I hrough Reclining and it ar b. tween t c a c SIM Chair the books of the Louisville Water Works otner race. nnati, Keokuk and hiiringrield, HI and Sleeping The constitutional convention comCo., have brought in a bill of $ 0,000 each to Mackinaw, and the Tmxos that proclaim their cost, like Cir CincinnatiOnly Direct Lino labors. The books were found pleted the legislative report by adopting diamonds, stiif .silks, velvets and passefor their incmnati, Dayton Lima, Tojctlo, Deall right, but it cost a good deal for the the apportionment section. Senatorial menterie, are not conducive to genteel troit, the l.akt Region, and Canada. i ue uc-muck ami iuwtii prices 111 uenir.u rveiUUCKy. 'I he ro.id i ne of the oldest ill the State ol representation was fixed at .'is senators dress. city to be made aware ot that fact. Ohio and the inly line entering Cincinnati aver j$ I.VMIJKR, SASH, I). II. Lechroue, of Columbus, se- instead of ;0 as previously agreed on. A magic paM record can preparation for keeping mile, of doubt track, of Williametta King, From interviews published a major- frizzes "in" is found in mixing equal more ihaii ai.ureitt patront speed, comfort and L.AT1I, cured the pardon IJOORS, afet. and wc that tbe who was serving a term in the Ohio ity of the constitutional convention de'- - parts of glycerine and rose water, and lirketon .ale everywhere, out of Cincinnati, SIIINGLKS, ISLINOS, .SIDING, II cither in or anointing Penitentiary for killing her child, of ' egates teem to favor allowing the people curling: orthe hair freely with it before read C, AD. Inilianapuli. or Toledo. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. an equally good mixture is K. O McCORMICK, which Lechroue was the father, and did to vote on the location of the capital. made of perfnued olive oil with beesGeneral IaenKerand 'luket Agent About 20 say they are still undecided. the square thing by marrying her. wax dissolved therein. olsoiiiMl. The constitutional convention has We carry a full stock of everything found in a Philip II. Hiley, a Cincinnati drumNor only for its fiavor, but for Ill n T:iousum:Hull, oi Ir rum tin- iint-- d was badly beaten bv John Wakely reversed its former action and -mer, health's sake, a dish of apple sauce goes Mile-In s'" with roast pork; in addition may be imiiiv in ..Ml kin IiiiiK f win Tlioii.aii'ls of the present system of commonand Karnest Lambert, at Lexington. weak lli"iii"lv. poopie .ire low.) nnin Kxamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract" Wakely claimed that Hiley had w ritten wealth attorneys. The salary of each is served one or several of the following rninir trirm.plw ly the mffe to vegetables: Patulous, white nnd sweet, Uacco nml iticuii'ii I In . an Ho.'irt Whips, for building. hi NIC & MKNM'FKK, Stanford, Ky. his wife a note containing indecent pro to be $.')00 yearly from thoState Treasury cabbage, cuusinB It t. Im ti rnr'''11)" '",,s r.(i'iill wear caulillower, and whatever else the county may or spinach, tomatoes, Brussels sprouts IllR It nut prmlurinK KlinrllieH. ol lnei.th wlien posals. Hiley is well known here. turnips, vegeta- exert iii' pain in hide uinl shoulder, ImiiRrj The verdict of tho coroner's jury at choose to pav Kitmlit n irt rmliirt- unil ud and f unt spo bles, oysters, boiled rice or hominy. or ni'akrm d and irni.ilrd heart, den death Memphis is that Attorney David II. A xkw kind of rouge is to be had the (ires ei-the highly rei omnu-nLONDON LAUREL COUNTY. Po6ton came to his death from a pistol which Is waterproof. A girl who has New lleirt Curi) d conied b Dr. Krnnklln It A Only four prisoners in jail now. alwuys been uccused of painting com- Miles shot wound inflicted by Col. H. Clay The Woiitlerrnl Tower. Work on the streets has stopped. plained of being faint the other night King, "wilfully, premeditatedly and The at dinner, but did not change color. Towi-r- nigl.cst tilrupture in he world U F.lffel t Lack of funds is said to the cause. Mul nt apparently without justifiable cause." i.il() fret hitrti. 1 "Excuse me," she said, "it Is nothing," didcorory l'iriDr Krr.nkim Mile is certain to of Carl Fads and Evan Profit had a Lambert Goldsmith shot and morInr iiliovo It m proiiiotlni; liiiiiian hippl-lieand dipped her napkin in her tumbler towernnd he ilih. Tills aonderful nerie med. tally wounded Hobert T. Skillman at Co- little fight at the depot Sunday evening. and wet her fuce. Graod defeat of eneeurei fits,, cino build, up nnrnout pio.traiion Kp.isriiK. lumbus, 0. Both were traveling men Nobody killed. liumlarhe nerioi-mies. The napkin remained white. iiiiillloly pallia, neiual The report came here Friday that from Louisville and the leal trouble is Amkiucan giiV,, a British medical re- iroublo,leeiiks.iiLn John It Miliar or Valpaetc. Mm. l.ogan.)ort. over a game of Clint Hiley, colored, of PitUiburg, had view gravely informs its readern, "now raiso, Ind.. and J D. T.ilor or while taking believed to have arisen Ind.iraiirii 2 poiiiids a month ' nervous Tho report carry about with them ornamental Finely illustrated trraslise on they had plaved a day or so pre- stabbed his wife to death. cards it. dl. bottles containing quinine pills, ea(rs ' and n.iinpl- - Ixittlu ot inn Jteaiorativc has since been contradicted. vious. who guaranteei Nervine, IrcL at A. U Fenny frW which jljsj;gjfflB' J. K.Faulknershippedfrom White's with to time.theyf dose themselves from It. Harvey Smith, a young Georgia I fatigued they take two AgintfoMhe elehratcd STI'DHIIA K time " W'AOON and Ofiver (. hilled I'lows I have tint received brand mw mo. k and full line of repairs AUo have the D.cks feed Cutter, v. hich is planter, was attacked by a negro em- Station to V. Boreing an eagle measur- pills; if chilly, one; if hungry (as they conccedtd the best one made ploye, who fired at him with a shot gun. ing over seven feet from tip to tip of generally seem to be), four or five. Wo Although the wound was fatal Smith wings, to be mounted by Taxidermist believe that ten is the correct dose for IluU will ho recciveil till Saturday, March 38th, Hcavyand.Shelf Hardware, Salt, lime and Cement lean turiush jmi almost anythini- wet feet." shot and killed the negro and also broth- Melcon. von need in for the grading, masonry, bridginc and McAdam-uin- g the lUnUato or l.rocery line Ai.eiu for llrei'head libacci. Tho Dramatic Club made such asuc-ces- s of the Stanford and Logans Creek Turnpike, er of the negro's, who attempted to take THE FARM IN GENERAL. D W Vand- tabout two miles in length Call at here that they have concluded to his part. veer 1 and examine profile, specilicnlioni, Re h T i'ENCK, Preiidt Md No sou. is properly prepared until it go to Barbourvillo for a few nights and J. F. Heaburg, a veteran telegraphonly one who stood to his if they succeed they will probably take is as line as an ash heap. er, and the Ncvei: cut down trees for fire wood key at Grenada, Miss., during tho yellow a trip over tho State. They took in that have a good value for lumber. fever epidemic of 1878, committed sui- over $100 here. Soaled bids be received Kl'st and exposure knock out mors School Home willwhile School for the erection of a Sheriff Catron, of Knox count v, was Di.tnct No. a, jjf in cide at Fulton, Ky., by jumping in front farm tools nnd machinery than use. miles north of Stanford, until March 7, 1891 at a here last week .summonsing 70 jurors for of a locomotive. His homo was at Jauk-soo'clock p. in For plans and specification., apply Tub castor-oi- l plant bus been used at one of that county's numerous murder successfully to protect grape vines from at the office of the County Mipenntelidant bid Tenn. Stanford We reserve the right to accept any given or reject all bids lor same and Frank Wigginton, cases. Four of the parties summoned moles. Chailes MENKDICT, Chairman. A OKO Onion sets, to produce a good crop, charged with the poisoning of B. C. left here Sunday on foot, tho distance I'OKTKR KOHINSO.V, Trustee. should be perfectly formed a perfect Watts and William Ferguson, at Mt. being only 21 miles. MxK?siBS9HiiiHDiHHHHHBIBHHHHHHLiiiBV There are some of our citizens onion in miniature, us borne one puts it. Sterling, were hold without bail. The Maniiu: in the barnyard is as much who were against Dick Wurren because he was father and younger brother, for and dead capital as is money lying P. W QUEEN, Propriotor. at first else charged with the crime, for putting us in a republican congres- Set it to earning something us in a safe. soon us sional district. Tell him to come up possible. were released. I have recently taken charge 01 this "Cast o rla ui SO well adapted to children that Caatnrla cureit Colic, Constlpntlon, present high Hotel and intend keeping it at Sour ritoiiiiuli, DLirrlicea. Kniclation, I recommend Has superior to any prescription Seligman, foreman of the jury that and I think after he has talked to our Six per cent, of the corn crop is lost standard. Special attention given its the traveling to KilU W'oniu, giteit and promotcu diII. A. Anciir.n, M. I)., known to mo." by evaporation if the crop is held over public. failed to convict tho Mafia assassins, was people they will change their opinion. gestion, Ill So. Oxortl Bt, Brooklyn, K, Y, Without Injurious medication. Mr. Fred Weidmer, Swiss, fell from seven or eight mouths, which loss canFirst-Clns- s expelled from tho New Orleans Stock Young Men'a Gymnasi- the roof of the Swiss Presbyterian not le prevented. Tub Ccntacr Companv, V7 Murray Street, N. Y. Exchange and In connection. Also lr a young orchard is worth setting also dismissed him church Thursday and was dangerously um. Tlis brothor out, it is worth cultivating. No culti- Pool ollgmanl uauiy.uuri. ne leu a distance 01 iu lect Billiard from his employ and ing on hia back and was hurt internally. vation, no orchard that will amount to baa left Now Orleans. 73.U Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal leral NEVER IN "HISTORY our existence have ire collected together Dress etc., in point variety, exquisite patterns, excellent quality and cheapness prices. Nothing like it has ever in Stanford. we W. WALTON, pork-hous- Vis-sma- lo-v- s JC "V 3SS 33 our first shipment in Dry 5 orh and invite our patron Dress (foods, Carpets, etc., from CALL AND EXAMINE i THEM. All her-sel- - in Plaids and Stripes 20c per yard: Jlohnir in all colors 20c yard; Plain. Worsted all colors from oc up. also received Johnson, our celebrated J. Co.'s aline of in Ladies and extend l. An Invitation to the Young IVIen post-maste- r, s, Stanford, and vicinity visit our store and examine our new tine Sprint Aechwcar, Dress Shirts, Underwear, etc., Clothing, Boots and at prices at unusually THE I c--t smim-i- n LOUISVILLE -- STORE M ntlSAXSKY, Proprietor. AM) JAHKIllfM:uu n KU'II "t R0BT. FE1TSEL, per-ton- - S r' do. . . ' rj i mtiBX$ 5S&i7'iWSSVtiCs' T WMllUlitci Warranted. J KIS, fi" nt-.ttl- post-ollice- s All I'iiie Walclics a Specialty. A . ' d .r lpr. ' I ,, . -- .i .... I - .11 - f I - j to '- C in-- C Stanford Lumber Yard, scic-cil-- FLOORING, CEILING. WOVEST lli-nr- l , - 1 "!'' m WIRE AlTD SIAT FEITCE. FIHST CJC&SS LUMBER T1RB. u.i-nfi- ei I - I r wln-r- J. IB. FOSTER. wblclii-iiorsHiuu- t Iennv-,Htaufor- l , ihor-rcu- s Wff42lESCSBlfliisaSJaA tt'l hjs-einss , dlzzl-lie.s- cut-gla- ss '1 .1 ii ' - To Let, Two Miles of Turnpike. STAPLE ABTD FAJSTC GROCERIES, To Contractors. n, toj-l- d ROTERS HOUSE, n Infants Children. fch-e- Sample Room Parlors. stnk-frightene- d, and anything Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal II. Shanks'. Kiiksii lot of Xuiulcr Hros.' blioes ' at S Willi Trus and Miss Doschie WooMicuiiii: Jki.mcoCoai, at III cents Padgett, both of Khkhii lot of salt anil seed potatoes at Wayne.sburg, were marKy , - Mahoii 17, 1K01 J. H. Foster's. Stanford, on car and cento delivered. 15. K. & ried at thebriih.'s fat Iter's 1891. Sunday. W. II. Wearen. Jrsr received our springstock of gents' CHURCH AFFAIRS." Tin.v will last only a few days. Those fine shoes from KinerHon'sSons. Seversample .shoes for men, ladies and chilMiss Adelaide Sherman, known as ance V Son. (3 Yenr-Oldren. Joe S. Jones, Cash Bargain the railroad evangelist, has closed a Record i in a IUif s' MEANS BUSINESS. Siioks! shoes" hhoesl!! (EMI pairs of More. Sired by the Great ItedWilkp 1749. Ireof7 in the a ,o tit, revival at Somerset, which rend erand.ire ef , i ,u t joint, a hiBK eer before equaled by any other horse, liCing . ,o h.t at same W) sample shoes just received. Oo at unci conversions. has been just six weeks since the sulted in It Caviell dam ot lWleview AVill.es Yoi'K account is duo mid ready. Call to the Cash Hargain Store. Joe S ground-hoThe Western Advocate has done the t'rtdm My t 11 others that, barring accident, '3 9i awl came out and saw his shadJones. Cwc-ril- l" Hid settle and oblio A. If. runny. ow and it is to be hoped that we will figuring which hIiows these results: In 2 tSJS, .c, and th. 6m of Delineator a i3 and the I'nited States alone, about two sinUVIIVI9 I Acquittkh. F.mmctt Snodgrass, who have better weather now. Second tiftm Snlhe (trial to wagon a ag In . by Thaliob (son of ners repent -1 1 J. Am. kinds of field and garden seeds 15. at MATRIMONIAL Foster's. MATTERS. Belleview Stock Farm, Season of d """"m tffia5rf B.O.WAaoN,nus,MnnaKer BETEVIEW "WIL.KES 13994. two-week- g .llertertheh.lthi.n PERSONAL POINTS. Tiik editor in Htill very ill. V. N. (Jiiaiu, of Centre College, in npunt very Sunday here. Wiu. Hiiinktt, of Itonlntid, 111 of typhoid fever. Mit. ami Mm. T. W. (iuuit, of LouIh die, are ifilnii l.in ihmiiIh heie. Kiok.vi: FisiHiiMiN leu vert to night for California, where he will likely locate. JwMrui. V. Mkxi:ij:h, of (ieornetown Collene, was with his iwroiitH Sun- day. Mit. .1.0. of Cuinburliintl Jap, iu nt home wilh n dovuiu cuo of lltix. Mil. AMI MlW. JtdNHHT Ml'Al.lHTKU lire Hpendii.K a few duyn with relativeo in Hoyle. Mil. 11. N. W.uiK.of WiiHliitiKton county. Iiiih heeii viHitiiiK Imh hrothers in thin county. MimI.iii.u.v Tanxhii, of MeKinney, Iiiih heen theKiiettt of Miin Mnttio l.rsHt-oiui Van-devee- r. and Mattio .andeveer wmt to Louinvillo vuaterdav t npend Meveral duyn. Mi-r- t Amhhoma Tiiohah, who Iihh been the of Mrs. W. H. McKoburtri, n turnel to her houitt in yon-t- t r.I.iy. Miw. Okki: Ui'rrMA.v, Mi. It. I.. u and Mi Fannie lluH'muii. of HI-1,hii-cantek. Miviim Kiioiia took the truin hero Friday I for Col-li'K- oumille Miwj i. Limik Lynn, of Chrktiiui Huntouville, nint Sturday and Miudav with liur jmruiitK, Mr. and Mrn. J ti I.jiiti. .Iiti ii Aliens, of the dejwt, in visiting hiri pHreiiUs at Faint Kick and Mr. C. S Hlauford, of IHIexH, in haudluiK the ktHlimnn lim Mleuee. Miss FANMi;SiiAXKrt, ofStanlord,Piunt Sunday at DaiiKhterH College wilh her il.m.Mnnte, MInm'm Annie .. (irimes and Annie JStnitli. lIiirrcxInliurK Uomocrat. l)u. J. F. Pk.tos went to Iiiinville ycHterday to clow the font ran of the Stanford Watur Co., to deliver A X. at Row laud. dipt. Frank llarrin nrroniKiniel him. -- Mb, V. I Tow-sun- , of the lloll Co., Title Uiinranty Co. was here hiht week iiKrtihtiun Mr. J. Carver J ouch, of the Bnino coiiiiany in KecuriiiK cert'iin abstracts for Hell and other counties that weru once a portion of thin county. lxm:iLS of uuiNicand their many friendH will he K'ad to learn that Mi we I.ihbic IVpm and Nodie Andrew , of Millerh-hu- r Female Col lene, will virtit Mrw. S. S. Myers ahout the llrnt of April. During their Btay they will Hint: in the Methodist church choir and a rare treat in promised. - Al'strnit CITY AND VICINITY. This A m St l'atnek'n D.iv. for sale. ter. 11 lot of shinnies kiant line of A J. It. Fos- - (liisHuiire jiibt receiv- ed at Karris A 1.1. Hardin's. kinds of fresh candies, fruits, etc received at K. .limner's. just Fitran lirth on Wednesdays and Saturdays nt M. F. Klxin ACo.'s. Dn. WAitsr.u'rt Health Corset $1 attho Cash Harpiiu Store. Joe S. Jones. Cauiiauk, Onions, Sweet Potatoes r.nd Pickles just received at A. A. Warren's. Tub I.. & N. ticket ollice at Junction City, was robbed of about $'.Vi Friday. No nrresta hnvo been made. Tiik directors of the Danville & Crab Orchard turnpike met Saturday and declared a dividend of 73 cents on the share. . a m m running on standard time minutes ronsequently is about and So.me its ct is -'0 boliinil her booming neighborinj,' town of Stanford. r T T Tiik Knights of Pythias of Somerset havo moved into their elegant new hall known ub Masonic Teinplo and the lodge 13 progressing even beyond the expectations of the most sanguine. The Central Itccord has begun to lament tho fact that Jjuicaster citizens invested their surplus in Middlesboro dirt rather than in homu enterprises. It is an extremely plain caeo of grieving over apilt milk, but we trust Brother Marrs article will not bo entirely futile, but will do tho coming generation some good if they have any surplus to invest. . narrow escape from death while coming from Danville to this city. They were crossing the track of tho Cincinnati Southern railroad near Danville, whon a passenger train canio unexpectedly around tho bend. Tho vehicle was so succloso to iho passing train that tho HarrodsburgSayings. tion lifted its top. Their many friends hero aro glad of their good fortune in escaping bo close a call. lUv. W. Y. SAKiTAiunuid wife had a Alexander Abdullah am! every minute, 114 every killed his brother, Squire Snodgrass, Tin: following silly remark is credited hour, L',7 10 every day, over 1,000,000 evIzXvS""? "OK. Scotland M4, WvVl about a year ago, was acquitted by a ton Harrodsburg young lady: "Girls 2 ery year. tV3o4 tf,,U " S""te. J"" ! 3 in h'ockcastle jury Saturday. must be fast to be popular in society." The Lexington Transcript makes a Third dam., .by Clark Chief 89 (we of Crn,lle , I0V ami c n.h. eri anu tne dams or Phalla Poor girl, her experience in society has very complimentary mention of Rev II ,w Mi0,e-T-- , . Hoi-- . Mr. Ward Moore, of Crab has our thanks for an invitation been a sail one indeed. Woman's mod- C. Morrison, who was pastor here severto attend a hop given by him lat night esty is her most beautiful attribute and al years, and who is now conducting a has stronger magnetic lowers by far than successful revival in ill celebration of his V'lst birthday. that city. Besides any oscillatory accomplishments she may telling of the great good Mr. . -An ..f He Uvicto pt rfigive w., ,liw that it ranlcs amour the hot, tra. me Morrison is ron.h.1 .umI as it .1 ees to the ..orSe W ilk., thr.. h Inn Um,. M W.lkej, tw.ee to Alexander1 Sam I'M: shoes i legular price. Anoth- be the possessor of. doing that paper says: "He believes in in ua,lari. ono of the potent win of IU1nhletoniaii m and three times to Mambnno Chief. .,.,, iv, 1. .. . I. Do not miss er line opened Saturday. ""',:UIr. iwiyie, pnuy conlormation and .1 trotter of hii'h order, havinf-tJr . . ..... . .. Tin: Harrodsburg Democrat wants a eternal damnation and has plenty of ar. ,u., uoiicu n hkii mucin i tinisnine a close second tin winner in 1 ae. this chance to get a iMiir of shoos at base hall league . j, limn. IiihmI i.na..t.lv in ... II.. I..,- organized, to include gument on hand to prove that he is short season ' thr slml he will be" " : seconds, a , , ,1... it, Konciiuaneri in ' in lower wholesale cost. Joe S. Jones, Cash present right. Mr. Morrison is away above the jsn .. nirtiK inmc 10 1 ao ovinrr ine sent to clmes. hislie is one reror.l nnH .... mm to ..uiiiii. the clubs of the various counties in this siason of the only three sons or wl"" Store. records netter man 1 to making the esoti ,n the State, and the other average preacher and preaches good, stand at $100 bection. This may be a good idea, but to east of Jlurgin ltellcview Wilkes will make the season of ,tj, at Htlltsiew Farm milw Tint docket of tin spring term of tho if the Harrodsburg club fared as badly doctrine as taught At Cash, with usual Return Privilege. circuit court, which begins Monday next financially as did the teams of Lincoln by Wesley, Payne, Kavanangh, the ini- , and many other counties Up ' at rc"ona,lle contains the follow ing: Kquity in the Blue- - nortal B.tsconi and the eloquent Mar- - should aaytotlurPPr0ed """ . ut no, respons.blc for accidents ordinary npnearaneos 27; old Grass League of se vend years ago, that l'" N -- We will Rise $.w to Hie first of his produce se.ur.ng a recoil nf hrf'n the ordinary is, old equity 111; common- paper will find too much opposition at S50., 50 ob.a.ninc a re, ,rd ot , ,0 c, better u HO W.MAN. ' VKW AI)VKRTISKMKX1'. wealth !t". It gives us pleasure to state home to mention thelniMiics again. that there is not a murder ca.so to be A itKi'oiiTKii of this paper spent a porFOR THE BIGGESTtried, the first time for years. ANNUAL KLECTION. tion of Sunday afternoon in jail talking The anfnm! eJn turn i.'i rirnnr. nr .k- - i Tin: II correspondent of the to the iiotoriouscriminalsconfiiied there..i Inltrnal Impr ut I)Hiiille Advocate seems to think that in. Although a majority of the prison- - 'of tile tljni ifibFiittir .mth .,1. of ... f mroln , 0ijn.' . of t i u.jrv .,.l,r"I"K,.. : .. .1 . ,ic nriuai. .iniTin of t taC r ......,t v.,,.. nm .: " ii ov tJiiij in the event the C. S. Machine Shops I'inaii; i...,.....i nun iiiMiuui iioiftw in irt Mturday nrll u.ntnl.m.,1 . n lif.. ii.,nriunt.......ir nr.. ,ejl .... ...... .... .............. ..1 ...t,.- ...i " ""- -' ,"nK OI ",,?.nIu"' K KOIlr Rls. Sees.Ih IXM, are moved from Somerset, Moreland ..v I.NCI all an happy apparently an those of stands a show for them. Of course the entire county would be delighted to see us who breathe the air of freedom and such an enterprise located there, but if liberty. Sidney Lew ih, who killed his the nliove referred to correspondent has father, .Inline Le ih, of Harlan, and w ho A. Splondid 31uo-GraFarm. built his hopes very high on that score in here for wefe keeping, in a free and entulker and he npoko of the tertaininc we fear he is doomed to diwippoint-incukilling as carelessly as if he had not been On Mar. 1891 the perpetratorof the fearful deed which I otter at pul lie sale ANDthe Henry lleitrr fjrm Siiicimi so many references to ersons no doubt his life will pay the penalty of. ot oo aires, nearly all nth bottom land , ji on tho "sick Ii.t" in our various exchan He wivh that lie is not fearful of punibh-- , ""' iiiwimai, me uaiance in grass. gus, L'iirlos.ty prompts us to aak who i The nient and ran easily prove that the act pair. dwelling has i rooms and it in i;ood ic good well, fine or. n the keeper of such a record; whether was done in wlf-d- fc iim. le is desirous ..rd andI here is a ne barn,on fencing the plate the holder of said onVe is appointed or of au eaily trial and wants to be tried in VVVT Tm I U w iaf ll lerms cash balancu in 12 and elected by the people and whether or Harlan, where he hhvh he can and will months to begiveu Keb. 1, 1891 not it is a remunerative one. A little Ket justice if JudKe IJoyd can bo sworn ' Apply to me or my sm, w A Tnbble, light on the subject would be very ae nll'tlm lii.iu-li- ... ... ..... .. ....... M hut. )aaIS,rliKr. In the county, go-tI...uiuidinui Ma, ...,v ..J .. .. ...w ..... MASTnt.SON' PEVTO.V TTf ceitble and we hope those contempora- widower wilh one child. He was mar-- 1 INI M ries that ate so given to the uso of the ried at 10 and wivs that his married life expression will not hesitate to give us was as happy as any man's. In speakthe desired information. I will WB tand mi fine ounir hnrt.. Pnn, . .v ing of the trouble with his father Lewis iDii, teaiti nt A Iim mileti eat of Stanford, on the i'rt .u lirrnlt pike, .it 5 10 m.ure Distii.i.kk'.s Maii I.ick. Mr. W. II. stated that it dated back a number of Stanford ATTi:NTTlC)N GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all it s .1. In (tet up, walk around Tniylor, the Dix Itiver distiller, has had years, but did not care to tell the real Nuii.lt, no pit I'rinci- is a the mare and suck tine, stl.h link old this prmg and is', high the misfortune to loose a considerable cause of it, however, claiming that his horse, s was i.out of a Denmark mare handswas b . work guaranteed. and father had always been unkind to him. aHu sire horn, llmilam uas Drrnnou amount of his "hug juice" during the ilil h.. a. 11,.,. lion hor.c and out of a last week. His yenst proved noaccount In the same cell is .James Howard, a ral gaited saddle horseWhip mare He is natu. I vill also stand m splindid Wils Howard, and a man very )oung jack, and he was compelled to throw away cousin of much after the order of his illustrious about iri() gallons of what heat first conFOR He n 6 years old, about 15 hands high,bl..ck sidered "pure stiill." Henry Hester has (?) cousin. Howard trot a life sentence ith mealy nme, fine and at the last term of the Hell county court sued by Arih Walkerslength and form of He was jack also had Imd luck and has lost some 'JO out m old jennet. He will Maud at same terms as kegs of beer that he had prepared to for the killing of Mi-- s Dibby Hinirham, a the horse. 1 his jack has H on the percent better given 30 of his He of satisfaction than anj jack I ever stood. Call and make w hisky of. The storekeeper's fail- sister-inlasee him ami his colts IN .ALL KINDS OF Mares bred to ther of these and trade. nr r ure to arrive at his distillery on time the killing accidental and is now wait In Bpuaking of B"vll theyHie neighborhood without satislung ing for a new hearing caused the loss. are not in foal forfeit the scimn and "'e ''iat his recent trial be paid his respects tO ' the mne) is due. I also hold alien on thecolt u",,,he M ,u"1 That enterprising linn, The Louisville Judge Hoyd ami Co lonwealth Aattor- SLAS ANDERSON no is ever Store, winds .ip its second year of suc- ney uiarK iy haying inai ll cessful business Jly honest mid freed he will kill them both. He is also kinds oi produce taken in exchange at the highest market fair dealing to all and a liberal use of a little angry with Attorney O. V. Kiley, prices. standard Rule 6 ) printers' ink in their home paper it is who prosecuted him, and casually re not Htrange they have made money from marked that he might take a crack at the the start. In answer to our advertising him if the opportunity presents itui.lf l lO list,uam rtilLC hv Almont i irl man's inquiry, as to whether their "ad" Wils Jennings waseiigaged in writing to hecoud dam Norma, b Alexander's N'orman is Ih.rd dam should be continued, Manager Gabriel his lady love when tho reporter spoke I.eon Hows i oung luyman mare, by Coeur Ue Fourth I'wyman said: "Of course continue it, and we to him. He was in the best of humor Almont dam Old of (anil) mare untraced j) (sire W.therspoon will no doubt have to enlarge it in a and after a pleasing talk and a farel'icdmont i 174 and k$ others in 230, also i6i sire of the dams of Alabaster, 4 year 15, J II short while. Our money spent in ad- well he insisted that the I. J. man call Richardson Catchfly i8J4', Hinder vertising pays us better than any invest- again, adding that he always had a Wilkes j mi, A.lte 221 aud 11 in the by Abdallah is; 1st dam Sails Ander weakness for the profession and liked son Dy .Maniur.no chief 11; ad dam sate by ment we make." r ii 1'llut newspaper men. (tooden, who got a Norman An etlort is being made by the variii sire of I.ula 1 14, May gueen io.ol the dams of Norv.il 217 life sentence for killing Town Marshal N'ormon Medium a jo, eli. by Morse Horse 6, 1st dam fcloium ous churches here to secure a return Coovert, at l'ineville, is ill with fever rrare. s t. b by Magnfun lkinum date of the Woody Hros., who during ami consequently hail little to say. Dictator, the sire of Cicorge Dictator, for many their engagement a week or so ago gave Fuseii, some 00 years of age, and Beth crears languished at in obscunt) and really nev had a ihance the stud until he came to who such general satisfaction. A number of Kentuck), then 13 years old and having up to killed John Iiwson in Laurel, Ihas been that tune but 39 foals and at 10 had less than 200 old stagers, who thought they could not foals, ind only a few of them tero out of well given a new trial and is this time hopeKc bred mares stallions impart more speed to turn a tune, were induced to try to serve ful of comiiigclear rather than receive a his descendants, and besides they have endu to that extent and as a consethe Uird rai.1.1 combined with letel heads, lie is the Our goods are as he did before. Ho is sire 01 11 in tne 1 i or uciirr usi, n trotters and quence wmc valuable additions in the he trotters are headed by jay Ke 4 pacers. a lively old fellow and furnishes his cellI jllasi 13!., Director a 17. Vc do bee l u. various congregations were found. It mates with au abundance of funny stoother stallion that has three such not know will only cost $100 for V2 lessons and a sons with the same spied and number of heats ries and a great amount of alleged wit. trotted Jay lie bee has 56 heats better than meeting will be held at the Christian The other prisoners while away their 2 30, wirenoror57 nnu rnauas 48, a total of '63 heats in 2 30 better. church to take steps towards setime playing cards, shooting craps and The returns of this year's trotting will show curing members. Kverybody is invited. Men's regular cut and exra long Sacks, only breeds on through that Dictator the like ami are seemingly as well con- and daughters,not also his grandsons are Ins sons And ready for the trade. but putting Sixty-fou- r names have already been seChildren's from 4 to 15 years horses the j 30 Frocks and tented in Jailer Owens' mansion as a a number of has 1, Commander list His son, Col. Ilambnck, 1, Dick Loonier 1, cured and as it only takes 100, their comking on his throne. Director 6, Junius 1, I'hallas 2, l'retendrr 3, Rewith short pants. ing seems a certainty. porter 1, Delineator and Kndymion I'en sons sired ! trotters 2,037. His daughters promise to make great brood H. 0. Waiikkn returned on Saturday ney nave proc.Ui.ecl lirown, Elbert, Gonmares night from a trip to Southern Kentucky Mrs. John Bell Gibson Wins 1st, Mrs. S. J. dola, Keller Thomas, Ksening Star. Garnet, Last Nancy Hanks, North est.VictoruWilkes, Chance in tho intereht of his canvass for State Mattie bolouion and Williams. Marget S. by DicEmbry 2d and P. W. Carter 3d. tator has a record of 2 12' , aud N'ancy has auditor and left again this morning to be After carefully going over the 200 or a record of 2 i'v, a third heat made it.aHanks and race, a week or ten days. He is mak- more ansiveru sent in, Mr. John Bright she a never tieen Diaten. II. s grandson, absent by I'hallus. has put 3 in the list. I'hallathing; ing a stirring and energetic canvass, and Hilda that there are but two correct so- mom uiri j 27, "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a rosey-posea 30 and irgimus ise Stock Record. is meeting the strongest encouragement lutions to his Biblical puzzle, giving tho j JS'4 wont be Spring." George Dictator is a black stallion tt liinilc ? Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wherever he goes. In fact betakes won- number of subscribers to the I.ntkriok hch foaled in iS34, is a handsome fellow and will erla.uly sire extreme speed He wasbrtd for a derfully with the people and will go to Joi'Iinal. Mrs. Gibson wins tho year's great stock horse He will stand the convention in May with a solid, en- subscription and Webster's Unabridged At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. Gardening time has come and you will find thusiastic, inalienable following and of Dictionary, Mrs. I'uibry the year's subsuch strength as will astonish even his scription and the ;d prize falling bemost hopeful friends. This is duo not tween 1. W. Carter, of Lincoln county, Da) stallion, 16 hands high; foaled .S85 only to Mr. Warn n's pleasing address alid Uichard Apper&on, of Kansas City, Sired by KING C.KSAR. (Ily Hogan's Administrator and cordial manner and acknowledged who came within one each of the an"MODEL GROCERY" First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashlrnd Jr. fitness for the place, but is largely and swer, luck decided in favor of Mr. CarSecond dam by hir Robin Third dam by Giltner Hrown's Highlander. A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White and Red even chiefly duo to tho fact that the par- ter. The following is tho solution preKing C.vsar.by Hogan's Administrator (sire of ty and tho people want and mean to pared by Mr. Bright. Onion Sets, Ueans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of Major Landers a 27m sou of Administrator 357 of Catchlly 2 ib)4', McMahon . 21 and 6 others ,sire hnvo a change of officials at Frankfort Number of apostles (13) Acts 1:20 and in 2 30,; dam by American Clay 34 Landreth's, FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and of Granand more especially in this office. They Romans 1:1. No. sent by the Lord in ville a 6, Maggie Ilriggs 227. etc sire dam (il.im jd packages. Also I Iocs, Rakes, Shovels, &c. i6'2und llald Will.cs are tired of being on the defensive as to addition, (70) Luko 10:1; number of of Wilcox 2dam by Mumbrinu Chief 230) by Red Hak; 3d 11 Hogati will stand its past management. They are tired of times Paul was scourged (5) I'd Cor. 11:2-1At $10 to Insure. a ring of number of mites cast by tho widow, They aro tired of seeing tho entire audit- (2) Luko 21:2; No. of Gideon's selectmen I alto have ory force of clerks and agents neglecting (300) Judges 7:0; No. of persons killed their duties and laboriously electioneer- in tho fall of tower in Siloam, (IS), Luke which are noted the best jennet ing for the retention of their chief. This 22:1; "six days shalt thou labor," Kxodus Twootwill serve jennets as $25 for a jack jacks and at colt and $15 lor a jennet and ssilt servo mares following, which seems to be well nigh 20.1); number of Jacob's kindred called universal throughout the State, will tlnil by Joseph, (73) Acts ; number of At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. a voice in everv county mass meeting, times Paul was shipwrecked, (3) 2d Cor. Is Receiving His The other and will result, wo feel assured, in the 11:21; number of days from Passover to serve mares jacks .ire tine mule jacks and will nomination of Mr. Warren, who is a Pentecost, (50) Lov. 23:10; number of At $10 to Insure. new man and an honest and able one. It persons at the table when the Savior ate These will be less his victory than tho peo- the Passover with the deciples, (13), Somerset animals will stand tt my stables on the pike 2 miles south of Stanlord. Give him a call. a ... ple's. ' , Luke 22:14. M.S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford. Goods Warrameu miu i. m d, 2 . .. , . . . - 11 "i- - .., o 1 I.. 'cm-"ii- Mar-gai- n M.-.- i.. x ,dC .'!?'...'" S50 appear-ancess- "" the J?ln',S' KV-nr- ,ib -- -- A 1 1 "1 11 11 s ""''' . v li- ti - I BRG,INSK -- - i PXTBI,rC SiSXE. ss WATCHES, GLOCi JEWELRY -- -' t. Saturday, 28, ' e 1 firit-cU- SILVERWARE une-ha- . PHXMCE. - R$ L O PJlO lo. iviun. BERTS'. I Go to B. F. ROUT'S tions, Etc., court-odium- s Jem Kay-A- 1,XXX2S No- I '" - I j '"" Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, 11 to-da- 'Geo. Dictator 3862. vhmxsuU' n;, iharm-edcirc- CLOTHING. lt m 1 1 MOST ALL IN Cut-a-ways. 111 1 1 1 Stagg & McRoberts. y Thai-lamo- nt - 1 HOGA1T. At A. A. WARREN'S ) ) ; oilico-holder- H.g.RUPLEY,- Five Splendid Jacks, twtomfoiBM pwr icucn .- 7:1-1- Springs Summer Goods iti H i lam wnr aw pQiwOTiVsUiitoTft y OF ANIMALS. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournr; A doo in Chester, Pn., will never walk when there is a chance to jump Publislind Every Tuesday and Friday on a btrect car and ride. Thk rabbit cannot climb the outside AT of a tree, but he can climb up the insido is hollow tree, provided 83 J?JClv YJC.VlZ.iy ADVANCE of a too groat in diameter. the hollow is The tiling not CVhen not so paid $2.60 will be charged."" done bv "humping" his back, and with his back against one bide and his feet K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. on the other side ho works his way up. Train leases Rowland at ;ona. m., retumitic At Columbus, O., the other night n lady caught a rat malting off w ith her it J'iop. in gold watch and chain, which bhe had L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. The pm left upon a dresser on retiring. I 30 Mail train going North 131pm rodent had dragged his prize nearly ' South 1159pm twenty feet, and in a minute more Express train" South " " North " ...3'"n would have disappeared in his hole with 630 am Local Freight North supra it. ... South The Utter trains also carry passenc;ers. Lkwis Moi'ntain, a lad of eleven The above is calculated on standard time. Solar years, at Monson, Me., has a dog team time it tbout ao minutes faster with which ho recently drovo from his home to that of his grandfather in Milo, a distance of thirty miles, in seven hours. The trip was made just after a snowstorm, when the roads were in very bad condition. A iioksk that chews tobacco is owned by George Olmstead, of Shclton, Conn. The animal learned to chew years ago, in Danbury, when a man numed 1'rank-li- n Pierce was his driver. Whenever Pierce took a chew in the presence of the horse, he gave the animal some, and it has since become a habit with the latter, and evidently gives it great satisfaction. QUEER TRAITS I ODD BITS HERE AND THERE "Old Conely IIailiiode" was tho Buperscriptlon on a postal card which recently passed through the lioston post ofllce. A ADONIS mile Will male the utaion of tSt M my MMe i (rem Millrdi;eville, l.in. oln iHinl),un the Stanford .V Miltcdgewllc pike, Wr. A. S. PRICK, SUKOKOy DKNTIST. Ollice Jon Mam street, oser w.n. iMCKouerti DriiR Store, btanfard. I ! AkiNg POWDER Absolutely Pure Highest el A cream of tarter baling powder U. S. t.o eminent Reall in leavening strength. port Aug 17, 1839. r iv f! P .' s RICHARD C. WARREN Is a Candidate for Auditor or the State ot to the will of the Democratic party. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. extracting upstairs Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Nitrous Oxide U.i gien for painless STANFORD, KENTUCKY. M PENNY, DR. W. Dentist. 13. Office South side Main street, in office vacated by Dr. L K Huffman, Stanford, Ky. recently tf I. WSi, Only fir.t-cla- ss St. BRUCE, AM RED STABLE, SALS STANFORD, KY. SPECIAL ATTLNIlUNto COMMERCIAL travelers. Hones and mules bought and sold. horses and vehicles used in livery f. t THE SHELTON HOUSE, J. H. OREER, Proprietor, Rowland, &. pi, - - Kentucky. Firt ulass accommoJati). t at reisonahle rates. Open day and night, sample room and rood luery in connection FOB 77-t- KB3STT. ' Havin;; lessen! the Menetee Stable, I now offer my NEW SI AIU.K on Lancaster street for rent It has ten lare llox Stalls and 11 the ery best place in the county for a J wk and Horse stand for the codling season A Urge cistern at tne door Call on or address f A. T. NUNNELLE , Stanford V. i ,, it r VI i bt.sx.:g 3t bobxng . M I am well prepired to bore wells and will do the work n a KJva manner and promptly u ?. A rL If. At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or a Idrcss ire at Stanford, Kemurky. L.T SMITH p9 ft. T3TT nrTCH wmAmt THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR nrAoMnl TETiS? laJTcnuaBu I SU.T RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, . nnnnn nnn. iMii.T.n etc, Cnn utiuur, unununiiia, - ""i PRICE two-ce- 00 CENTS. btauips for freo Send three bos and boot. smnlo r i ' . I ml mu dyri ABSOLUTELY PURE, D FOH MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, AND NURSERY PURPOSES. HUS S?Ar.-OI1 C0.,( Chicago, Hi! and M. L Sui.' rJ r ale b A It. Peuny Hjrne, 3 a Roller iL- CREAM ? Extract. J)W -. s CREAM xtract IS OUR BEST 'FLOUR, 4 3 BUT EITHER GOLD MEDAL, IDOL-KIN- G or SILVER MOON u V IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY. ptoxk building nt Decatur, Mich., is nicknamed "Mummery block," because all the village secret societies meet there. $. F. Stkaijnk, of Lynchburg, Vn., has in his possession a curiously carver) violin, said to have once been the property of Thomas Jefferson. SrKAKiSiO. of brief names, there is a family in Franco named H. one in named O, a river in Holland called the Y and a village in Sweden named A. On the top of u dead spruce tree at Brooktleld, Ore., are growing an elder and salmonberry bush as complacently as If on terra lirma, two hundred feet below. tower erected at Tin: ninety-foo- t Kearney, X. J., in ISM has been torn down. A mun named Haskell built it, and on a certain day ascended it with his family expecting tho Lord to snatch them into Heaven. A I'iiu.Aii:i.riUA cable-ea- r turning n street curve jolted tho "bang" off the forehead of a stylish lady ami Hung it on the newspaper of a geutlemtiu who was reading of a scalping incident somewhere west. A ci.rn composed of married men has been started in Hannibal, Mo. The ostensible object is to induce married men GOOD WOMEN FOR LAZY MEN. to spend their evenings at home. They meet very frequently, almost every llv actutil count 150 .voting women evening, at a drug store and pass hours have taken up timber claims in western talking alkiut the pleasures which marWashington during the past six months. ried men miss by spending much of T11KIM-- are nowSOO regularly ordained their leisure outside of their own housewomen preachers in the United States, holds. where forty years ago ,thcro was only THE UNITED KINGDOM. one. One woman in Monroe, Me., has made It is proposed to build an open-ai- r in ten mouths time 1,870 vests, receiv- theater at the Crystal palace, London, ing therefor SilO, beside doing tho with a seating capacity for live thouhousework for herself and husband, and sand people. taking care of the milk of one cow. Tin: consumption of tea in the United Gkrtkudh Linden is the poetic name Kingdom during 1S10 reached tho high tlguroof 5.02 pounds of a young woman who makes a good living for herself and two children per head. sweeping and dusting tho private apartAnoiT half of the kerosene consumed ments of housekeepers and bachelors. in Great Britain comes from the Uuited s from Kuvsin, and In Austria women are employed to States, from Scotland. carry the mortar and brick to tho builders. They work from seven o'clock in In England the old bedthe morning till six o'clock at night stead is the pride of the nation, but the with one hour at noon, and receive iron or brass bedstead is fast becoming twenty cents a day. Most of these fe- universal. Tho English beds are tho male are unmarried and largest beds in the v. orld. homeless. Tintouniiorr the whole of Ilritish InMns. E. A. Flaoo, of West Hartford, dia 105,b.5d,sri7 males and 111.8;W,UJ7 feConn., shows a business tact that is sur- males, or 'J17.171.SS4 persons in all, aro passed hy but few men. In addition to totally unable to read or write and aro managing the grist mill and its large under no instructions of any kind, moro business, she has started an ice enter- than of the males and about prise. A house, 02x32 feet and 22 feet of the females belonging to high, has been builtand filled with 2,000 ISombay. tons of ice, which she proposes to sell At a recent meeting of the Geological the coming summer. society, London, a model of tho lurgest gold nugget yet found in western CURIOUS ADS AND SIGNS. Australia, known as the "Little Hero," An Italian prince advertises in n weighing 330 ounces 8 pennyweight, newspaper at Nice for an Anterican found at Shaw's Fall, 200 miles from Hoeburne and 0 from JN'ullugine, at a heiress. In some foreign cities there arc men depth of S inches, was exhibited by Mr. hired'to attract a crowd to their em- Harry l'age Woodward, F. G. S. The bank of England was established ployers' windows by staring antl gazing in 1004, and is older than any of the ininto them. A saloon in Cumberland Gap, East stitutions of the class in any other of Tennessee, has the following inscrip- the great nations. It was not tho tlrst tion: "Sunny Side saloon. I'olytlx & of the important llnancial houses, however. The bank of Venice was created other trix diskusscd at all ours." in 1101, that of Genoa in 1407, that of A ct'itious advertisement in an EnHamburg in 1019 and glish paper says: "This concert takes in 103.'). In lbOS thothat of Rotterdam bank of Franco place (Friday), and not yester- wus established. day, as was erroneously announced." An enterprising publisher in London EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE. advertised for several men, Two Enolisii chemists have concludpainted the name of his paper on each head and tried to get them front seats ed from experiments that phosphoreat a theatrical performance, but the scence can be produced by ozonized manager of the theater objected. water. In a minute the lowest sound your ear A iiecknt issue of u paper published in Natal, South Africa, contained this can catch has been made by 0D0 vibraA young tions, while the highest tono reached advertisement: "Wanted lady as lady's companion, and to assist you lifter making 2,'J,'S,000 vibrations. in teaching three children. Apply to A new process for burning coal withJ. P. J. Higgarsburg. N. IJ. Three out smoko has recently been discovered. eligible bachelors kept on the prem- It consists in sprinkling water containises." ing a special preparation of resin orer the coal, and the result then) is no INDUSTRIAL NOTES smoke and the glow is as intense at, Two sugar plantations in Louisiana coke. Experiment has proved that, if a delhave producL'tl the past beason 4,700,000 icate piece of lace be placed between and 4,4133,000 pounds of fcugar respectplate and a disk of gunpowder, and ively. the latter be detonated, the lace will bo Thk development of smokeless coal mines in Tonqtiin shows much larger annihilated, but its impression will bo deposits than were at first believed to clearly stamped on the iron. Ik a box six feet deep were filled with be possible. sea water and allowed to evaporate unThkv aro talking about drilling a sun, would be two Inches well at Itutler, Penn., to be 10,000 feet der theon thethere bottom. Taking the averof salt deep, with the idea of "piping off heat age depth of the ocean to be three miles, for economic purposes." there would be a layer of pure salt 280 Tiik decrease in the shipbuilding of feet thick on the bed of the Atlantic. tho United Kingdom during 1S90 In In a criminal amounts to 'JO.SU.'J tons in the aggregate, France tho beuts lately beheadedwere of the heart production of tho Scottish yards but the noted during more than six minutes, has increased 'J 1,000 tons. and experiment's were made to demonTenVirginia, North Carolina and strate the independence of theventricu-lu- r nessee raise an average of '2,070,000 and articular contractions; this is bushels of peanuts a year. The annual the first time such observations vsere for ever made on man. value of the crop averaged the last four yearrT. Oiikat cp.iantities of buttons are now NEW YORK BREVITIES. made from potatoes. The tubers aro turned into pulp and hardened with New Yomc stands well financially,-heacids, and thereafter the stuff is cut up actual surplus being S3,7.'lfl,.r)02.77; 'and treated as in button-makinwith New Yor.K burglars, the other day, bone, etc. stole eight hundred sets of false teeth from store. ENGLAND'S QUEEN. In a district between Seventeenth and 0 Qcken Victoria calls a bouquet by Nineteenth streets, New York, live name of nosegay. persons, where there aro eight the Queen Victoria has done much to churches and 280 saloons. promote photography in England, as Tvvkntv years ago possibly .'",000 roses nho has always been u great collector of day was the limit of bttpplj for New photograph. York city; now as many as CO.OOO a day Quern Victoria, when dining alono, can often be found there. New Yor.K is ahead of all the other drinks very weak whisky and water. This is in accordance with her doctor's cities If individual riches running up orders, but nt banquets she takes two into seven or more figures is meant. It is said that New York has orer one glasses o f 1 hirgundy. Quiikn Victoria lias expended 53,000,-00- 0 thousand millionaires, wliilo London on memorials to the prince consort. has six hundred, Paris five hundred, Honoring the memory of a good hus- Ilerliu two hundred and Vienna ono band cttn be made much more costly hundred. A New Yoiik club recently gave a than getting divorced from a bad one. Qckk.v Victoria's favorite dish for dinner to all the principal freaks in tho haft, with which dime museums. Living skeletons, fut dinner is the usually takes a glass of champagno. women, turtle loys, contortionists d Her ordinary breakftust consists of cof- magnetic women, Chinese giants, lxiys, threo armed and four fee or cocoa nnd mmVms, of which she is very fond. With lier luncheon she legged born, dined and danced with their hosts until n very late hour. drinks a glass of ale. Hel-giu- m : pitted with. li(uutifulduk b.y with hkuk olHt, ith.ind jtnche hlijh n foaled AuguM, ilMC, and l a grand saddle horc. I hoe who want to hrvid to .1 handnmie Kentucky Middle nullum ate muted to look mine over and te his action imd Money due when mure l At $15 to Insure a Living Colt, Adonit FARM 1'OK SAI.K. lolTer for sale prisately my Farm of 85 Acres, aii miles south, f Stalilurd. Hear the homersit pike It is in a hiRhstueol cultivation, nil tie mi; in grass but 15 a. res. has all the neeary buihlings, is well s jttretl and fern ed and a desir. Call on or address rte at able l ice generally I . ' sired ly the crand tho bono, Seml J rnrl, he by Cunningham s Jewel, he by Wuh. mist ' Ditimark Hit hr-- t dam Minnie. b McDonald' llalcorn; J dim by WpIU Cruxidir hi. tirst dam nil known but thought to be all OUvrr ten nr flltecn Adonis will be allowed to good limit's onl) re isonable prices, Mares kept on Rrass or fed at but not reoiiihle for an ai u'ems should any IHlUt K I SWDIIH.I, lie a S,,,Ti,mKy .A I'BVION 2Tor Sala II J I ire Twenty l.tiiklinj 84 Iots I. Rowland. ' In ihc corjtorsti limits ol Rowland DAKS , Milk.lj;eiile ks FOR SAI.I? OR RUST. t our stalilis j nnlM wet ol Sianfird I n P'kt this n e sounK tmlillc .tall.uii mares vtill be pvrinitltd to kersc on the sin At S15 to Insuro a Living Colt. ription and I'ediKrcc -- He is a beautiful dirk brown, wiih smtll star snd mp, Rood mane and ml. oearsold nnd is lull iO hMW hljh. nd stmmvtnciil In (.omitMiKliuK in apimran.e form sifp.1 b King Kaglt (the Atkins hor.e ) b btar Uislr.i.l dam b Hamlet First dam Dtnmirk, Dutant' , 3d dam by Harris Denmark. kin Kaitle was got by lllat k Katile Star Itaffte was k,t b) Cabbie's I.jiin,Mn . dam b Garrard Clurf. llaintvt Denmark was b Washington HarDenmark, dam by ImsImmi's lUmbleltniian. ris" Denmark was by Miller's DeHmarn hw hue sue, color, tle md acltsui, Consi Unnc ttgithr with his most excellent breidii g, m think we hue placed his sirs ices hiv I are taken to present accidents but mi responsibility should an) occur Tho Very Desirable P.esidcnce And arr lot on Ianille street lh house m good Ihejardis -- Hasii'ir remuveJ y l'r'' er vhou l the C cm ltuinulale la a ineicisl II ti laiit dies as well s isrnil.'u.rli 111 na) th cj they may waned on tail wish 111 ins lute Llnb ten 11 I ,tandt n III JVsl- IHOMI'sdV, trt. ln( mi icrclai II irn.iir and olm. 5 ns.in laue ami bcuutilul and alltetbr in !, Tho Plnco in Will 9-- 0110 or tho Moat mi. 1,. 11. cook, SURGEON, 1 PHYSICIAN AND ll or rHt li on easv turns M!S MAR k VARNON, Staniord, Ky. 8TANKOUD. KY. lUtirr .'Vr M. KoliML lruu Sturt Resideli r James II Horns ) roprtty at th jur lion o lliiv totisllle and Danville pikes .fm cash: Al : 'Mrs 3TOH Kaiii'a'i r Jir SAXiE. W Paid For Hides and Fur; Property at IHeKmnc, Where Ihe p nt. ce das ten kept until ir en Dwelluii; and stun- - In ue in ko1 icpair i -- aid wih- - t 1. 11 her nihesimi" time and the tint imported jack, Also I.kc w will stand it JOHN S. TArEklaS. Hei a lai k. tteirl) 15 hands anda ti n, and will crve mans I iM. . R ELK IX hih, nf hnr bsnr &s ir Stanford, & CO.'S, Ky. FOBSALB I Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing Terms easv i At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. A a lien wi'l be retutu-- b on colts fur season I wmmI R 11 Ev.rjininj Vh n.Md I for the Qrctarl, Lawn, Barden res T R WAL IOS', Slanl rd. Farmers Bank& Trust Co" Of SIANIORD. k . three-eighth- one-eight- h .irrnli. bnt sell direst to the tiUntvr smite 01 hasr fintshcrl my new sw Mill on Ihe Sumer our rees. Plants and Ines ale bcaiin miles sciiise 7 any trd hi sia' f id an an prepare am( j4ed by trh-- ir Is now ful'y organued and icady lor business with Iruil to furnish m Kentucky Mill k SI. .f ( atalowe on Ac . I w II srli the lum A birjwlx-t- r and usmeral NurM-rLOU I s I'KK at II K Hll.l.hN MKM'K. application to beral the mill or d'litcr, suit p )isrs dm $200,000. Paid up Capital of I.eiiOKtofi, Ky me a trial ri,c, M A"i U UOl. k im in I ill ilrlivtr awr,l ,linul.ln'Hlrs at Si an 15,000. Surplus, . - - M 1 1 ir)-whe- re r not buv direct Ir m the gt iwer, when you . 1'laHts or ou w ill sase most ines s r it ploy h.i .aw. i;et "." k true ... ....... 3SrE"W SAW MILL. II. 1 1 1 sSt.l.s, tiAsri.v 1 rt. 1 I four-post- d hod-carrie- to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL IIANK OK brANlORI). (Now cloitiu up) with the same asaetsand under the same manastincnt lly piosiswnsof its chatter, utpontora are as fully protected as aie deswsitors iu National held individually Hanks, ita shauhoMcrsbein liable to the client ol the amount of their sloe k therein at the par value therrot, in uddit,ien to the amount invested in such shares. It may acta ce utor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as SL'CCKMSOIt an 1nd1s1du.1l SlWIrMrNr Condition Or UIK ford nr Rowland at t 41 ij per A Financial I of Lincoln County, J !', IIAWlfllll.S Intcmt 011 bonded debt ot i,l.k ShtriH for c.dlec Hue co. levy, .rsiiniated ltalanr n lurnmke aptHufiiMtMins Contingent opens lor currvtil Jenr es. . timated Deficit on acct of delinquents, estimated RI'AOUKOtS Claims allowe.1 October. .. idiots A Ik., aa.es " yw ... v75 1,1 JJ 1 .. k THE COMMERCIEL HOTEL ?" J II OWl.NS, Manager, M ) Harrodsburg, bed-lin- - Kontucky. one-tent- h lo those who while innaxint; one-nint- h with us, nfftiiBC as a guarantee far prompt atten4 tion to s ami', our twenty )ears' wij.ctwtice in Tus m J,M,,i9 at m cauls o tss JioJv.77 4 t.sM poiss at Ji 30 tanking imUt liberal aecwsinmdall!! as arc " i.vm 37 Kaiiraml protserty, miiwm4 with sound bankins. -- slMMlwl I nrnt)ke j ihlsid, IIIHICTUKSs Cash Ih Irca.wr) - .. i," ' J J Williams, Mt Vernon; DuMHiiHwithst sifor J. M Hail, Slanlwd; $(.77 04 J S On sley, MttMfcrrf J C. II. CI k ess-inte- nt '- entrusted their buisiness to us the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our mam thanks ah. I trust they will continue to transact their busiM J.JN J I have l this popular hntrl taken charg and intend t run it in a nut Us Manner m every It is hunt papered ars4 painted from reaped tap to littoll, the is being lenovated and srrsthing done ! make it pleasant and nfort T he tabb shall rseser be sun ass able Tor guests cd by hotels in this sec two ) II, OW1..NS 9 im ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Seventh and Market Street., S J Ijnbry, Sunfrrd; J K Lnn, Stanford; A W. CarpoMur, MIIWjmII; J K llanSman, liustassville; J r. Cash.SUnftidj WilHuat Cooch, Sssinfrnd, Ky Acop) Attst COOI'KIt, Louisville, on Jelferson street, - - - Kontucky, , FIRST NATIONAL BANK! ill SIANMlttli. K Wrt.LOPl'.N MOSDAY. MAR S. II Shanks, Tresident Cashier J II. W M Htisht, Teller J II Itaufhmaii, General IlmA Keeper IF 0le), . Ul ARL l.OI.'.'t. . to-nig- ht NORTH-WES- T,; mi: bald-heade- d LouiaviLLC 4 NaSHVILlt R. R. Is the hue for ou, as us Double Iaily Trains For all point Make cloie connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI IHKoii.ll TICKETS SOLI). THROUGH. IIAOOAOK ClILCKlfl) Or I or any information enuwlreof J A CAKI'hNTKIl, Agenl, W an-Iro- Stanford, Ky. I'KN'N, Triv. Pass Auent, Junction C t), K) Twenty rntles the Shortest to Hale's Safety Passenger and Itafraffe I ltvaiirs W'e rant sill s t with all the laic t,prnsewMsta r old Imir our old friends to r mc and sr us in We iirnmise )ou that our rom., table and servl e shall be second to rwrne in the Un-- I My wlt, Mr. 1.1 all AttentHMi of the public m insiled tfl th fact Jo II. Alesander, wsals lo be renumbered uur lady friends and she will be glad to sec them "satMMSal Hank- - in Stanford l that this is th lb Xatlonal Itank Act. ami give them a htuily rcseptisw Tare It per day t nder the JO II AI.KNAMILK Manager 101 by the drHsitors are enred not only liahlluy capiUl lor an siekhoWer slock, hut b the lo the stock, w that oVpoiloii f of tow,i. this iHstitution ate iscuitJ ky a Five sworn siatwnenli of thioiidit'ji 111 the bank arenide-tttheartothI aiUd Stales gtera-men- t and its assets are eiammcd al sUled ttmr I will sell td the highest bidder on by gosertimelit agents, thus swuring addltitonal " and perfect safely to depositors 1 his institution, originally established as the thun Deposit Ikink of Manterd in in 103 and iccl a the Naticnal Hank ol Slanf-irCounty court day in fr nt ol the court house In re orRanuta the First NitHmal iUnk of again Slanloul. K) , my Stanliifd in i!s8j. has had pnulisaUy alt supplied is uars It is btler 151 now with lacililies for traMsUnigos.ns promptly and liberallj thanevsr before in its Icasrt and lite mils from Stanford in the Walnut Flat honorable . -- leer Accounts of corporations. tellc-I- s, neighlnirhool firms and individuals lespsctlstlly Kcr particu-l- a Terms mode known on day ol sale is address lum Lasle Stanford. Ky M LASl.KN of this llank 11 composes! ol MRS ANNIIT he Directory '1 I Foster, of Stinford; Lincoln cont ; Vorestos Kd, J NV. HaydOfl, Stanford, llaughman. LihcbIh; M. J. MIUw, Mt Vcrswti; S T Harris Lincoln: J.S Iloeker Slanted; U A Lackey, LIoCiJm: T I' I hll, Stanford; W (. SVkh, Stanton! W I" late, Stanford Capital Stock Surplus S200,000 IG,500 in the hotel we has moved to our r d so su . r.idil.r stand that wr occupied for on Scvrnlh and Market struts, are now HlliRg it up la elovanl shape, new tttrouglsaul and tin) out ling nc Ot tit will in i,M) way be clegaat, in-I- Hi tine, sold out our enure interest )ais prmtiof amlilual lul PUBIiIC SALE. iJ. Monday, April 13, 1891, Farm of Acros, Ma-curie- Sll L P. CANTER'S OH'lt J. S llocker. President. John J McKitert 95 KRS MAGIC OLD KY.ROUT33; Newport News A-- ')' A A Cashier, McKinncv, Assistant Cashier Washington, Philadoiphia Baltimore, Now York, Southeast iii-lit SjIiJ Vtwubult Mississippi Valley Co , if Trains lo "E I). ' Articles of Association STAHF5RS WATSP." WORKS EMOVER! Ou i All points Last and out Irom Lexington, Only one Corrected 1 ime Card in Lffcct Jan 4. 3i LAST IIOLND. COM., LseStanlord r " " " " ' " " dtlcttsliurr;.. .. " HuminstonJ.1;Jl WEST IIOUNI). Lexington. Winchester K. U. Junction. Mt Sterling Morehead Olive Hill Ashland fast KastMail Adorn. I)a-l.Express! Daily Oaily Ex Sun Ex. Sun 11 "6 jo n'n nj 40 am 115 30 n'n am aj pin lo pin . u. ' 6 55 Vm 45 pm 6 35 pm -- g Pm ' J Pm 7 3 P 7 pm 2 4J pm o oj pm 3 35 pm 10 13 am o 30 pm 5 J5 pm o 43 pm 5 50 pm .. .. 5 I'm ' 07 I'" - . 11 160,-00- Lve. Huntiuztou....... " Cdtlettsouri; ", Ashland 1 1 " Olio " " Mt Hill ... . .1 Winchi-t- cr Sterllns Arr Lexington " Loulssille o pm 1 40 pm a 8 pm 4 ja pm j ij pm s 45 pm 9 15 pm 10 pm 6 00 am 6 . . . . 6 33 am 8 47 am 51 am 11 5 am ti 40 pm 5 am 3 45 ' o 33 am 7 15 am 8 10 urn 15 to 45 pw 11 " nn ' well-uon- o Limited VestilnUd Kxpress runs dally and fas Pullman Veslibuled Ilnffet Sleepers lietwecn Louisville, Lexington, Washington, New York and Old l'olnt Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated .s , East of Huntington on the C. ' O. Uoute hast Mail Irams run daily pxcupt Sunday between Lexington and Huutington. Make direct O ; nt Ash connection at Huntington with C. land wnh S. V K ; at Winchester with K C. R. Lexington with R. north and south hound, and at L. & .V., L S and C . N. O. A-- T I'. Railroads. I ixington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and from K. C points and at Lexingtor. with L. S. K. R. for I ouissille. . For full information tu regard to rates, routes, Ac , apply to any agent of tins or connecting lines p. F. V. calf-hciulc- Vl G K. HUNTINGTON, V 1'. and O M., I W.S HARRISON, W.BARNEV, G M , Lexinstuu.Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Ky exington, Ky. C. L. IIROWN, G. I. A , vu tts. nn.lrci.rif it f 1'ei ton. lohn S Sturte Hughes, Muste'son Pet ton Charles vantand Oeorge V aturtcvqut, Jr , do associato I. csz an incorlwraed together and ourstlvi-company pursuant 1 the provisions ol Chapter $(, CJ3 I Orlieral btatutis of Kntucks. . 1. Ihe naiiiLof the curporation shall be mo Stanford Waitr Work. ConiiKiny and Its general place of transacting business slullbe ill the city of Stanford, Lincoln county Kentucky I he general nature ot the business of the cor2 The 51 vmc Kemo r.n fills n Iohr felt f the construction mid poration shall tie want with owners of IIoi-mia system or Water Work for tho supply or Mules ofwili-rforpto the city i Stanford with Warts, Knot, Urtiises, Cuts, thereof and lo the town of Rowland inhabitants and the inhabitants thereof. 2) The construe Mrdins, Sprains, Old Sore- -, Jlarb Wire or dec of lion and maintenance ol a systemand gasthe town in Cuts, etc. It makes no (liUercnco of Stanford trie lights in the city for of Rowland, audio charge and rece ve pay arhow lonj; the knot has been there, or and sale 01 such lights, j 1 he manufacture rrol rim acquisition of all such contificial ice. how hard it is, (if it .is not of tho and personal istato as may be reiimred for hone,) .so will take it off on the "NO ducting tilt corporation above CURE, HO PAY" plan. The capital stock of the assoc,nt,on shall 3. In removing thousand $f5.x0l J.0"a. l be sesenty-tivtho knot tho hair off, ami tho one tUisand dollars each, divided into shares of "f h '0""' o.Kmiotis plaeo lim)iiiH ery Mire; when you and winch is to be paid to the such p 1.1 Company at.uch tune and Mop iisiiij- - it, the hair conios hack its required bj the Hrd of Dioectorsor as shall tho Company original color, and not a trace of tho n coinnienceon tho terminate at the end of day ol February knot i loft. For plan of insurance, date fifty (so sears Irom that etc., call at tho undersigned dnife-giht'affairs ol the Compiny shall be conducted'by a lloard ol fiso ? '.'Tee tor and bring your animal with you. The Hoard of be elected President. on shaU be elected annually by the h"faalderi Hut of each year KorialubyW 1) McRoberts, drutyut, Stan the first Stturday of August ncn-raloherein lord. untl the first election, tho Coinnamed shall constitute the Directors of the P6,yTh. highest amount of irdebtednesi ,''""to which tho corporation Jjosuhiict Itself shall not exceed This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and on our lands T''i,heUnr1vatB property ot incorporators and others not to irospisswill be prosecuted without per. mission, as all such to the full, est extent of ihe law. Signed: Witness our hinds M C. RKYNOLDS. I S. PHILLIP' j. L. IlhCK, Mrs. ALICE I 11AUGHMAN. V. M. WARK. K. II. COOPKR, W. A. COKKKV Mrs. M. A. .MARTIN. CH AS K. S 1URTEVANT, ROIIKHT HARNETT. I. K IIRUCE. SI U R'l EA ANT, j R. W. P. (t R I M KS, II. J. D A RST. Uy Chas. V Stuttevaut. V s lic-ime .... mainte-niinceo- 1 9 h i S3 31 -- e iji. ,,, '" s, r. .",.'"', .or ty POSTED. iilsffiBYTOK. fij$ '1' ,04-i-