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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891032001 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. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. :, .' , Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 1891. NO. 6 ' HUSTONVILLE. society; otherwise it becomes n imum-- . MT. YERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. It creates ,'public sentiment ami makes A mild typo ol measles is prevailing A nice new cabinet has been receiv-e- d lion .Inlui Young Brown, candidate mid unmakes men and measures. Unit and placed in the postollicu nt this in this end. till' iu iiHitiiHu llOllllHUtlOll lor gO' it (should never bo used to condemn tliu ior Jess Hifio still picks up enough fat LATH AI,KXAXIKF.'S HOTI I., uriwir is i." 10 BPCllK lieie oil uuiiii' rmlit or approve the wrong, goes without place. stock to fend a to market. Iiiivh Indies of the Sunday-schoThe ly fniirt day hih will doubtless the Haying. Hint its inlliience should AND . J. Cowan sold Pony Keazley a lnrgo audience, Kave an enjoyable supper nt tho church never bit given to sustain mcnsiirefs Unit Messenger Hree.e gelding for $12.50 Pcx Hay. a iiiLrLuiuii tnilor tackled n certain ore wrong or to npbol.l men who nro Tuesday niKht. J'JOO. Uev. A. J.Kmitli, of Liberty, and Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housof our bur or nu oner for n unwort member ,,iw.1Ilwio, Hossie Drye, five years old, youngest of nnd Mips Katie Carniichnel, were married suit of clot.es. I he lino i.n.1 hlgh-prichild of S. (5. Drye, died Sunday eve nt LOUISVILLE, ICY. rcp0K,1( , r(J)rll,ly of yi ..." 7 o'clock of iiicflhles and pneumonia. lull bUirvi'ii "legal iik"v ,.!,,., -- -f here on the loth. , lirilH lulr. .. ,.... ,.--....i.ni.ii,,,. ,.. VV. R. LOGAN, Manager. r. l""'J A. IViiniiiKtou has rented the Kn, but fortunately friends interferreil its political creed, re;aidle.s of his merThe new hotel is rapidly nppmnch-in- g A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. store-rooof A. Haker nnd will t'ne)nr;e ntul prevented bloodshed. completion mid the tnuchiiiu up of its ami of indorsing mcsmires that are in the mercaiitih' ImsiuesH. The tiial of Charley Owens, for ma- - wrong, nimplv another old landmark contributes lame they havo boen Mr. II. C. tientry and family moved ly to the improved appearance of on UcioiiH cuttiiiK, wbh continued on ac-- l sanctioned by thorn to whom the people count of the wounded ii'iiii not beiiiK live intrusted their political tliiukitiK. to Knox county this week, where Mr. (.!. business thoroughfare. I P )ifru..,wi i.,.,..ti t,.r'...r...i-- ! able to appear. McKee, the man who An independent press is the need of the will e npi ye in the tan bark business. r ( IIIMI lillllllLU i 'iV.VV'l illtll Conductors How, Warner, Holler, have been cleaning up the West Knd of whs hurt, is improving and the chances ((mr COnNER SOMEnSET AMD MAIN STREETS. tlll inriiincnUiHty of riirotlu, liulit, Soden nnd Hrent, and everything marketable in the line of fat are that bo will recover the press, every avenue of society if KiiKiueers Our county can never become truly reached, Powerful as is the pulpit, it is I;lajiiian Ciratier were here nt court dur- - stock. They have shipped several carCoffee, Tea, Molasses, Sugar, Syrups, Money, great until we have more business and cireutnwribed in its operations. Not m itiK the week. loads of cattle and sheep. The pny tinui now reaches us from Miss Sallie Klkin, late art teacher at lesi politics. Wo need more tHliutittoti; with the puss; it fetiches out in every Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Salt, Meal. Lard, Flour, .,.nM ,itt...iiinn in tliu nractical duties of diiection and permeates every circle. the south. It reaches Middlesboro Irom the college, is visiting here. W. it. ' , . Cincinnnti over the K. C., via LiviiiKS-ton- Maris and wife, of Lancaster, were in , , , life, greater effort's to elevate and, ilium- ,.,. FARINACEOUS GOODS: . tj .. an iiuin rr ' itt then comes our way. character mut ine cuiimuitiii as to be beyond its influence. May the town Wednesday. Al Watkins, of ty huinaii Cheese, Maccaroni, Spices, Flavoring Extracts, lrk' T 7 Miirrim- !u uitli f Iu iinli'd of all that temlH to strengthen the broth- day not be distant when its united powwas here Tuesday. Mr. J. W. Stephens Citron, here this week. Figs, Raisins, Prunes, Currants, erhood of limn. Horsemen will remember that the er shall bo brought to bear upon every Col. K. II. Oaither, of Harrodhburg, species of injustice, cruelty and oppres- was iipfrom LiviiiKston Tuesday even-iiiFull Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, 1st Saturday afternoon in April is "horse Parlor and Hall Lamps, Mr. J. W. show" at Hiistonville to see his "little uirl.." Capt. Uobort McKee, of Liwrenccbtirg, sion, come from whatever souneit may. Queensware and Tinware. and many repre Alcorn is iittemliiiK court here. Mrs. sentations of the most fashionable Gaines, of Krunkfort, were and Lieut. Kannio Kcdd, of Crab Orchard, is tho strains are booked for parade. WAYNESBURG. liere Monday for the purpose of inspect-iiiI'lder KuestofMrs. Kliza Thompson. "Co. U." As there wns some misAn examination Sunday morning The railroad switch was laid to Kilis I'ayne has been very ill with grippe. of the olunderstanding as to the date failed to find n peach germ killed by tho ' it Jackson's saw null last week. A freak that is psiiiiful to look upon late freezes. der; the inspection was postponed. The The tips of wheat blades Nearly all of K.ra Mnleton's family was brought in by its parents one day are "scorched" on the rankest plats, but gotten tltir new uniforms boys Inive are very sick with fever mid la rippu. Inst week to be mad" a State's charge. It no serious dnmuge apparent yet. nnd are as proud as a hen with one C (i. Caldwell sold a line yoke of! thicken. is an S year-olchild that has never When the con. con. shall have .,..,, d .. . . .. !.... ill.. I,. ........... i""j " Ij..,.il1.. (.ip .. spoken a word, but grunts uud fco.ucaks lt.,n. .In lmS. Khea. ol UUHSUllvine, her phenoininally prolonged inwas in our town Tuesday iu consulUition.ltwk. like a piK iuste.nl. Its face resembles a cubation, which promises the hatching -- Our jolly, en terpr.s nK county pin ami its movements are similar. The of a very small chick, Kentucky will with his democratic friends. He is seekHas the largest and W.Y. McClary, was hero Iioriiitcti.l-ii- t, the nomination for attorney koii.thI mother before the child's birth had as- lustily join in the jubilant shout. one day last week. by the convention called lor May i:Uh, The heavy hauling over our gravel MOST COMPLETE STOCK -- Mm. 1C. M. lioocli, fonnorly of More- - sisted her husband to kill a Iiok, she ... i ...i.niii.. ....iv iiossiblv address' holding the animal while he struck it pikes during the pro'ouged saturated IIV IA)III1""I J Hum, Hut now ol Somerset, is visitliiK nur ., ,lf i nt the OF with an ax. condition has necessitated an amount of day. sick mother, Mrs. Krminu I'adKetl. .., ii.iu ,'...- - nn next couiitv i,ip 111 fcllr Mntteis in court are moviiiK nloiiK repairing unusual at this time of year. Mrs. F. 1. Curtis, of Somerset, who Ho limde many I. ;.....! duriiiK this and as well as could be expected under the The bottom fell out in many places, but has been visiting rolativcN here for the ever shown in Stanford at prices former vistU and is re.irded as one of Kist i lt ti waters ami bad energetic applications of fresh metal are circumstances. week, returned home Sunday. speakers in the as low as the lowest. the ablest political rapidly renewing the condition -- William, son of Dr. Hrynnt, died on weather Have prevented tlio aliemiance Mate. some eases. of early winter. of pneumonia, after a protract- - oi wunesMf.s ami oiners in the Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, Harrv Allen, of Silver OrecK, was in -- Mr. !:. Wright, of Kidd's Store The SnoilKra.ss case wastheonly murder wmihiww. ami wuh uunwi ou uiu 1.1111. who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to Tuesday. Miss Tom Moore, 0f, town case dihiKKied of. Mie for killitm Mink neighborhood, is back from Louisville, -- Mr. S. Williams, our veteran Ix,wer Uarranl, visited Mis. Mamie Cur- Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old Several whisky much improved after a course of tieat-- ' send jobs to the city. was admitted to bail. his nmily to A 0. the week. We n.e ex- - Hunth moved bv an eminent oculist. Miss Liz gold and silver taken at market price, Your trade and work is solic-A- . on IlsIiiiik Creek, last week. and pistol cases were disposed of by tnent ll farm Kind to state that K. K. HukIics of same vicinity, Is again at -eI guarantee satisfaction. llmmpsoii, who has bee.. lines etc. A number of civil cases have zie Moonin, itcd and R. PENNY. orK ,s very much improved in health. Ur.i-- I grand jury ad- home, after a pleasant stay with relatcnchiiiK a c iisd in vocal music here, has also been tried. The was here luesday .,,,.1 v,l. tives at Danville. Mrs. Maggie Carpen-- ' bnm 'rice rmgiynrnr-iMHiiWTrTniTrTrrfyTTfrBrTTfTTrT'r"r(il secured another and wib continue his in journed Wedneoday. They returned iPfnr,""inw nesdav with wimples of spring i loiiiin., about half the iiMial number of indict- ter accompanied Miss Malum to Dan-- ' Nel-villi?, whero sho will remain a short toU. Wasbinutoir Dunlap. of Camp Mr. W.H. ,r rusty nnd Miss Docm ments. Court will probably adjourn ' time before returning to Kansas City. ' Bon. is visituiK ik (Thursday) or day I'adKett were joined in the holy bonds The American people are now and Mrs W. J. U.ndnun. Mis. .1. H. The case of Ktninott Snodgrass, of matrimony at the home oi the bride s P.uoker has been very sick for several Squire, breathing quietly since the adjournment auiuu omui charged with' killing his brother, ipareiiia.uy nuv. , n. ,!,, in April, 1M0, was called in court here of Congress and the intensely gratifying The entertaliimont, "Tho AncIUtit ,lny, the 11th. last Wednesday. A jury was completed assurances by cable that his Itoyal Nibs Order of Hercules," which will be Kiven MAYWOOD. by Thursday afternoon. The case was wns only ono of the detective corps nt the OiHim House next ThwhIbj' evenwhich caught Sir W. Gordon Cuinniings Horn to the wile of S. H. Newland, given to the jury Friday night. A verFOR THE ins, the 'JUh inst., will beyond all doubt, Saturday dead to rights nt his irregularities in seHnti;irl. C. L. Dawes dict of acquittal wns returned most complete burlesque on the oll ,ie ,t, jlu,t be the WHERE S3R SAiE lect games of baccarat, also, that Mr secret societii'S of the day that has ever M1Hrtts of tke Iwst crop of wheat in the morning. Itw.ll be remembered that niirdctt-Courtis not seeking a divorce ?StPAMOX Snodgrass wns rebeen put on the state. The boys havej neiKhborhood.- - Those who are on the at the exauiinini: trial MRtrWJSOHaORMiaC fused bail, loiter applications were of from his ancient bride. If the prince to considerable (,(,j. jj,t ri, wj0ttIy impioviiiKOur worked hnnl and Kono ST. LOUIS MO. r would tour America as for fa vsrva imszB expense and deserve a crowded house, funnels say that the fruit crops are very no avail. The evidence went to show '"Fitz," whilst tho New Orleans mill is that the brothers had been bitter eneUnit the proceeds will bo us-UI,.M ,lumaKel by the last cohl snap. Ueineuiber mies for some time and had had several fresh, his income would relieve tho ne the Opera f for a Kcneral repairiiiK ofand thereby jKS ariinl Moberly, w ho bus been on disputes and quarrels. When they met cessity of chances against a cheating F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, n j,rotracted visit to her brother. Mr. W. lloiwe. Ho ko to the show MT. VERNON, KY. gambler nnd if Sir Gordon would enter Kentucky. London, - A. Moberly, of this place, has returned on the day of the tragedy shooting was lend a helpinK handL Hotels still maintain sight of our lecture lists in exposition of tricks This old and vt I have moved to my new Hotel and am better Tiw.rv,iiri..r.Jonrnal savs the "Stan-- , to her homo at ltoston. Mitw Lizzie opened as soon as they cauirht at cards, he could earn an honest pile, ing us fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Kirkpatrick has returned to her school each other F.mmett'rt mother testified Good Livery attached and every convenience da-- I cial attention to the traveling public. ford Lntkiuoii JnuiiNAt. will ho content wound which would, well invested in some of sired. Give me a call. At. P. NEWCOMll, Prop., to the regret of her that he began the shooting. Tho a cypress ahliiKle at tho head of his at Rowland, much with IKABK KII..EY. our boom towns, insure an annuity that 77 Ml. Vernon, Ky, many frionds. Mrs. W. K. Dawes gave n received by Kinmett in his shoulder was would console in tho post mortem couch." As this is more bar to nil little such as to indicate that it was possible than the average editor will set, the musical entertainment Thursday even ho received the hall before he fired. This games his late disgrace has entailed. . ing, which was largely attended and I NTtMtioii will doubtless thank tho The young ladies of Christian Col via Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. was the line on which the principal arated about i'i miles north of Stanford ou the and appoint it solo greatly enjoyed. lege recently gave a most enjoyable en for tho BUKRcstlon Cures nits, bruises, old sores, si ill diseases, Hush llrancli piVe, opposite the old church. Thero gone to Oneidn, Tenn., to gument was d by the defense. executor, with power nnd authority to Cash have tertainment in wny of a burlesque of that corns, bullions piles, listula, scratches, halter nre about v acres in wheat nnd rye; the balance hns of the farm well set in timothy Good dwelling; bruises burns, dew i.rprttho shiiiKle at the proper time, make that their future home, accompa old sell, tho Teak Family, which sug- been used it poison and wonderful Wherever it and of four rooms and Mlchen and a splendid new satisfaction has given Logans Greek and Dlx River. to its nied by his sister, Miss Dora, Miss Iva provided tho estate that comes gested to our boys a Thurs- its propensity tor removing soreness is remarka- barn, is well watered and fenced. Possession can ble. Numerous testimonial will be secured and be cisen immediately. For particulars, so v J. P. Can't all'ord you but few jottings pny for tho same Murphy is visiting friends and relatives handH is sntlicient to day night. Henry Camnit, ISilly Wilill appear iu tnis space at a later date. Made llaucy, Stanford, or write the nndertigned at week, but I presume before the last E. WITHERS. this Cincinnati, Ohio. liams, Jim Conk, Jim Ueid, Jim Harper, and sold by without resortiiiK to a public collection. in this vicinity. J. P. IIK'.OINS, Stanford, Ky. of May I can report to tho I. J. two or in common with the maTho IsrKiiioit, For tho benelit of thoso who nuiy not three items that will likely nppenr un Doc Drye, Will Dinwiddie, Millard Al len, Owen Williams and Smith Yowell, ., jority of iuk slinners nnd quill drivers, be fully conversant with tho order of . 1..1...1:.... n Notice of Incorporation. tier me mainiiiuunii iiuiuS. w. .i. rigged out in female masks, were follow ' In and About Kentucky" possibly not Mnlia we give the following: of Helm, of tho West Henedict bought College by nearly tho entire r xceptcd, is somewhat iu the condition The onier of Mnlia, of which the Ital- Knd, lfjchoice ewes for Win. Huhanks at ed to the Rive" met ft friend upon the population of our city. Faculty 'nnd , of the innn who V1" Severance.,A I. M llrace, W1" I " Joseph ians who were shot to death by the mob Thieves enteied tho hog pen of i. ' said "Hello, Jim, is that you? in New Orleans, were a. Allen, j. u. I'axion ami their i, sheitou, John street and members originat- Mr. .lohn Smith a few nights since nnd boarders were surprised by a splendid associates have incorporated themselves under I heard Why, I thought you werodead. ed in Palermo a hundred years ngo. It succeeded in carrying oil' a good size hog. serenade, which was the plan to gain the nime or.ihe odd Feiio1 Hail Association you died last week." To which derives its name from a Sicilian bearing admittance to the building. Iu response 'ncf,,tKc; 't'ne ...corPor.non i. to purchase n that Blood was seen where it was put over rixin a brick replied: "Don't my anythinKaboiit the name of the order, and who organto Prof. Thomson's invitation the crowd utein Stanford, Ky, and erect Jim walk-inthe fence. W. S. 1'- Kobinson bought a filed iu nnd tho astonishment produced building according toxuih plans and specitaa"ons it, John. I am dead, but nm just as may be agreed on. ized the first order of Malin to avenge eow and calf of John McKoberts for $o0. The nulhorirod capital stock is $13,000, by the numbers and grotesque make-uabout osaye funeral expenses." some personal grievance. into shares ol Jioo eachxind payable in weekly inK. It. Healey has bought a bunch of of tho performers was momentarily paral- stallments oi 50 tents on each share. y, Tho members of the Mafia iu Sicily shoats at '!. W. Hooch sold to C. Tho corporation shall commence Feb 24, 1S91, The poet who wrote the poem on the yzing, but Prof. T., with characteristic and continue twenty-lisyears, of Shelby City, a good work mule to be conduct- "Death of the Devil" is now convinced are composed of tho most infamous clnss grasped the situation and in- edThe aaffairs ofofthe corporation nre a Presiuent, a of men there, and during its existence in forSt'Jo. ho received wns seseti Directors, by lloard Mrs. J. A. Dudderar, has re- readiness, that the information Secretary and Treasurer, to be vited tho throng into the large chnpel, annuall) the first Tuesday in January. and that his Satanic Majesty, not Sicily it has committed more diabolical turned from a reunion of her family in where tho "sisters" arranged themselves elected highest amount of indebtedness, or liability The murders than it is possible to relate. tiarrard county. Mr. and Mrs. Abner only still lives, but that he is actively iu the regulntion minstrel crescent, and to which the corporation can subject itself is TONSOKIAL in the government of his kingdom. When any one comes under the dis- Doyle, of Shelby, was with tho family of were introduced by Henry Cainnitz, who i'nvate property of the stockholders shall be ex- IS , Feb. 14, 1891. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Tho following has been written concern- pleasure of the Mafia they assemble and B. W. (.5 nines the first of last week. on proved himself a Dutch dialectician infe- empt from corporate debts. choose by ballot some of their order to and I'M Gaines made a flying trip to lias a first.c1a.ss Harbor Shop 011 Main strret, oping his latest movements: aIkXEFEE, posite Portiuan House, and invites a share of your JOHN N. Uay. Mr. J. F. rior to very few professionals. Billy assassinate the person or persons who Hustonvillo Sunday eve. JOSEPH SEVERANC patronage Prompt attention tooiusiue calls and The Jvil laid thu lo hii Impi one I M. HRUCE. Williams chipped in as an Irish sister special attention to Udies and childrcr. Work no longer delay. have ollended them, If tho members Grant, a popular young man of MiddlesMv vUil lo earth I'll THUS. I.. 511151. 1U.N, done in the latest style with neatness and dls- and llilcvt'i up nnd the performances opened. But ono There re liars anil .counJreli chosen to execute tlu'3 order fail to do it boro, was here Sunday JOHN A.ALLEN, & cm pat;;i Mfl II. FA.VIU there or two of the boys gavo themselves away J. they are brought before their order, and brought to the pit or despair Who need lo he The passenger department of the Q during tho elaborate programme and o if they do not satisfy them for their So, keep in your place 'lilt come hack, Jt C. Route will publish an edition of Doctor Brown and Wes Hocker aro made black, Blue-Gras- s to murder those designated, the And ahotofinner with crime 50,000 of a pamphlet describing nil Timfor the statement that Al Fields' I'll brin to comfort your darkened day, original members who were appointed ber loinds, Coal nnd Mineral Lnnds, ImAnd help you to sound aloud my praiie." to carry out tho murder are themselves proved nnd unimproved Faiims that nra troupo will havo to look closely, after Hew, IFOIEl So quick ttf the earth he arose and for saloon or near the lino of tliu road. their laurels if our amateurs conclude to put to denth. his due; And made hot haste to demand " laid low, The entire expense nf this publication fittt o lifllis utifl TnL'ct tlin rnftil ,. &nms nt I will sell privately, nt a bargain, my tarm at Hut full many graceless scamp ., , , 15. U. Co. nnd we will" 's lying lips to show,', county, Here is n solution of t lie Mafia muddle. will bo homo by tho ine gags wouiu imvu eauseu me uaui- - Crab Urcharu, Lincoln "nWn M Ky. And tried ,h' Ja"b " nothing that was not good; ask Faumkiw nnd Land owners having heads to throw up their hats in .enthusi- that he had done Send the Mafia to the inotiutnitiHof Ken- property for sale to send accurate defaultless hood, And ensconced himself in a . . partly concealed tucky with instructions to wipe out tho scription of same, giving location, char- nstic renlization that chestnuts havo nt' Made ofsheep'aclothinB that AcrOS EXCOllOnt Land, InntliPen sunerseded. , nnil that some-- i , family feuds in that section. It would acter of soil, nature of improvements, if ...w beneath not fully regaled. The wolf undersigned thing new hns finally been dug up. It In prime Condition, and well improved, lyins HUSTONVTLLB, ELY. thus deceived, bo congenial employment for them and nnv, price and terms, to tho Ilut Satan, who was not to bewho believed, not In limits ol partly to at earliest possible moment, in orderSup- isthe the general verdict that Jim Cook, on the in theN. R. R. thetown 01 orao jilu.hu, Are still the the business and ready havedoa anyoff the mask Uotn those & thing in L. fore by tho timo they got through nothing Undertaking line. We full to delay publication of tho work. fooled the old rascal, fresh from hell, The farm is divided nearly equally by the pike stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes They had would bo left of tho Mafia or tho family plements will bo issued from timo to Henry Camnitz nud Billy Williams es- leading South from town, there being i;s acres on of every description Our hearse, which is nearly of lies they were able to .ell. Uy the number house, obtained on the East side, on feuds oitlior a consummation devoutly time, but no want tho first number raj pecially have mistaken their calling. large, roomy and which is the mansion rooms, be- a new can bechar of cur short nonce Mr, J. U. or choice recruits, brick of 7 So. a fine old lot Green has business and will among the fruiti, to bo wished. complete as possible. Answer by mail Friday night wns tho College Society's sides kitchen, servant's house, stab e, fcc, and ou our goods to any one needing anything inshots Wire captured and numbered Louisville Post. on t to F. S. Mordaunt, Commissioner of I Im-& regular night nnd as the boys' vanity led the West sldelos acres, which has also a comfort- le- . carried in triumph back to where That were residence. I). G. Edwards, G. able Iramo land of despair. An Irish doctor recently reproved a migration, enro I will sell the place as a whole, or if desired He made his home in the Cin- to a disclosure of their identity, they friend for his too liberal use of brnndy. T. A. Queen and Crescent Ivbute, willsell either of the tracts singly Either will were invited up to receive oue of the make an elegant and comfortable horse, couven again at no distant day, O. He is coming "Hah!" said the latter, "I've drank of cinnati, good turupikrs and the 2 Houses and Lots . out of hi. way, in McKinney, handsomest dressings down of which lent to schools, churches, So, liars, you'd better keep railroad. you have made, since I was a boy, nnd I'm (50." "Very it Uoth desirable homes. For information and Mrs. Barbara Shelton, who lived thero is any record. Or cover at once the tracks Persons desirous of inspecting the place will be spade. likely," roplied shovel and ttrutf,addres.s shown over it by James Hays, now residing ou the the doctor, "but if you alone in tho mountains of Knor county, Ere the sexton has need of the MRS. SUSIE S. ADAMS, premises. F01 terms apply or address me at Daa- The National Colored Press Associpower of the had never drank of it perhaps you was burned to death in her house. It is 16'A West Mam Street, Thero ia no limit to tho yl"jltfy' J AS. W. GUEST. C96- Lexington, Ky. ation is in session in Cincinnati. blessing to would uow be 70." believed that she was robbed first. press. If used aright it la a ipi THE WIL.1LARB 9 Kates e, 11 ol car-loa- d , THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. ' ,,, . I - (. ,.!.. , --- bet-ant- -- 1 1 ;;Fine and Staple Groceries, a TV , , I i - i v Yos-emit- K i The Old Reliable Jeweler n in the Lead. :""" , ' .".. ! i d com-plcte- mi-i- MA. R. Penny :rrr.l ,l eourt-lious- e "-- - Watclies and Jewelry 1 1 first-clas- s -th bhick-reytheurst- i Krnml-pareni- s, l'-,n- 5 ORES "ftas ciLEBRsvra &mm IA5T 20 YEARS. EVmr Mint I"! MR ". "5 s - bottle-holde- SFtvzBur-aemeiex- mmni Eta 1 1 NEWCOMB HOTEL. THE RILEY HOUSE, S3-t- t. C-J- H!IS' MHIC Wl 2Tarm For Sal. ba-e- take-otria- i oo-i- yr .: :i i Sl.-'f- ,"'" n - p .... . an-o- e ( . un-tru- o E. II. FARMER, ARTIST, " 104-i- J 1 fail-ur- Choice Farm SXjE. ( h!ZVly 280 J. T. STJTTOIn CO, -- I well-bu- ilt - m "FOR SiSXE. Tho grand total of expenditures of The late Senator Hearst left all his the Congress just ended is $088,410,22!), largo cstito to his widow by will. Senator Ingalls thinks that the farm tho net increaso being $170,440,220 over ers' alliance stiength is underestimated the expenditures of the 50th Congress, Makcii 20 189 Stantoki). Ky and these are the figures of republican n the East. Doubts are expressudif Gen. Joseph leadets. E. Johnston, who is ill at Washington, Of ice F FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. can recover. W. Wm. II. llerndon, Lincoln's former Fon Sale. 80 owes and lambs. W. law partner and author of a "Life of NEWSY NOTES. W. Hay, Bryantsville. Lincoln," is dead at Springfield, 111. Beazley Bros, sold to Sam Owens a Prince Jerome Bonaparte is denil. The tobacco barn, with the tobacco, sorrel gelding for $150. Lexington claims to uave a member the property of Stephen Bailey, of MerEd Jones bought of A. C. Dunn a Goods, cer, burned, causing a loss of $1,700. of the Mafia. Let her keep him. saddle gelding for $100. Bob Skillmau, the Louisville drum Frank Frayue, the famous Kenbeen seen, of Poney Beazley bought of Gill Cow tucky sensational actor, is dead in Chi- mer, shot by Uoldsmith at Columbuc, ;i colt for 200. O., is improving and it is thought that an a year-olcago. C. A. Redd has for sale IS long yearrepublicans are appealing ho will get well. St. LouiB lm John Waters, a newspaper man, ling mules and 5 long for outside assistance to help carry the Klder Joseph Ballon sold to Pony was killed in New Oi leans Wednesday, city elections. golding for $150. lawyer Beazley a The Variety Iron works at Cleve bv Arthur Dunn, a Roy Beazley bought of A. F. Mob-erland local politician. wccli Goods, Goods land have nssicn'ed. Liabilities etc., a yearling saddle gelding for $100. Bernard Jarter and his two daughnssetts $150,000. to sUikes of the The 1, 2 and J. fc A. Simpkinson, shoe dealers of ters, 11 and IS years old, perished in a Madison County Fair, at Richmond, Liabilities tenant-houslire in New York, that was Cincinnati, have lailed. 2t close April 1, 181)1. of incendiary origin. $400,000; assets $:'00,000. Carrick it McMillan, of Georgetown, Robert Gray, an employee of Avery The Cincinnati Knquirer hays Hon. l year-olsaddle stallion to sold John Sherman will not again be a can- it Sons, Louisville, committed suicide by Ben their Johnson, $1,750. shooting himself through the heart. He didate for U. S. Senator. hV-inch Serges Hon. W. B. Smith, of Richmond. an explosion of the Crescent had just gotten ofi'a spree. In . f t has 6old his farm of 1N5J acres to McAl-iste- r Oe l e in The cases of two firms against the Steel Works at Pittsburg, one. workBrothers, of Woodford, at $112.25 u, V Co. s Shoe A. man was killed and 0 were badly wound- United States involving theconstitutioif-alit- y of .Misses per acre. of the McKinley tarill' law have ed. sizes. U'e The Nicholasville Trottiug Associa& Western A train on the Norfolk been postponed until October. purses for colts. struck Misses Leila and Lula Corpse on All the yardmen and firemen on tion oilers 2,750 in Va., killinuthem every road entering Atlanta, except the The meeting will beheld August 11, 12, a trestle near Roanoke, : both. Western and Atlantic ami Georgia roads I!! and 14. W. P. (iiveus sold to Jerry Briscoe W. T. Halliday cut his throat and are out on a strike for higher wages. 20 barrels of corn at $2.75 per barrel in Of to stabbed himself in the breast at Nevada, General Peter Claassen, wrecker of .Aechwear, Mo. He had only just ended a long the Sixth National Bank, of New York, the crib, l.ytlu H. Hudson bought MonShoes al, spree. has been sentenced to six years' impris- day of R. L. Salter a nobby roadster for G JUutl iiarper, n precociuus bov of onment in the Eirio County Peniten $180. Danville Advocate. P. W. Green sold to Shelby Harbiyears, attempted suicide by hailing at tiary. Unfortunately he wns Lexington. The joint committee of tho Arkan- son, of Lexington, his lino combined sas legislature has discovered and report- horse, recently purchased of Mr. W. A. caught in the net. 'fribble, for $:510. Mr. Green also bought Judge Carr, of New Orleans, has ed an additional shortage of nearly in ex state Treasurer WoodrutPs ac- of W. II. Wright, of the West Hud, a called theattention of the grand jury, A. VRHANSKY, :? year-olfilly for $175. which is in session, to the mobbing of counts. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .HANKS GABRHiX, John A. Logan, Jr., son of the genThe description and pedigree of the Italians Saturday. Fred 15. Woods, a Cincinnati saloon eral, is something of a sport. He drop- Silver Tip, tho handsome young saddle Bucklcn's Arnica Salve keeper, was accidentally snot ana killed ped a cool $50,000 on the Guttenburg stallion owned by Beazley Bros., append ' The best salve " the world fur iult, brimrs, by Will A. Stevens, a prominent mer- races Wednesday, but tried it again in our advertising columns. Silver Tip Ofw, Hirers, mlt rheum, feer tote, Irtlvr, ih yesterday. Id and ihilbUm. lles, r all skin erup is oneof the finest sons of tho great Sil- tiemhands.poitiel) lutes.oiii and no pay reiiuir chant of the same city. party has secured ver King and stands at the low figure of The , It u i?urmiil tu pie perfect James Powell died at West Louisnice $ cents per oox. nr money refunded Read the "ail." the eflects of be- control of the Mononby purchasing $12.50 to insure. ville Wednesday from For sl by A U I'ewiv, Stantoid, Ky of bonds. A thorough reorganiing thrown from a buggy in a runaway Tho First Stp zation under new management is con- WATCHES, CLOCKS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. AKD J2W2LP.V. accident several days ago. an t I'crhapft you ite run diwn. ctH t eat template. sleep, can't think unl do an turns to ..Ui n Mrs. John Preston has sent her Upon an affidavit asking a continutuition, and you wonder what ail smi The convention decided that check for .:)4,000 to Bishop Maas for the should heed the warning. ou ar Ukun, the r.ri Hagner, who is to preside and wives should have equal in- step into ntrus pruirallon. You need .ipir. JWRt'lMii in fit'nth' .mil nrnmn. purpose of erecting a home for Catholic ance, Judge tonic and Wei trie Hitter you til And ther i at the trial of C. E. Kincaid, at Washing- terest iu each other's estates. restswittsj Fayette county. " Mtiwii sytem remedy fur missionaries in !y titttu-- . Surpmin,: re 'u ton, has postponed further hearing until Judge Johnson's section to prevent normal, healthy condition Town and Mr. A. A. Arthur has returned from tollow the ueof thw Ner Monday. Your appetite returns, England accompanied by a number of nextJohn Pierce was hit over tho head any public ollicer, except the governor and the liver and Kidneytfojd digestion i rtn re rtme A K anion ' receiving a higher compensation than Try it bottle l'ncc 30 tents at health I'eiinj ' r r i' r i 1. n " t ' c )"ls iSt.uilortl, Ky ) English capitalists, who it is said will with a handspike in the hands of Thos. nt r tor dru store. f3,000, was adopted by the con. con. invest heavily in Middlesborodirt. Cave in Adair county, from the ell'ects The section requiring municipalities A conllagration in the Blceker street of which he has since died. The trouble or corporations to pay in advance or goods neighborhood of New York dry arose over moving a fence. secure payment in advance for private destroyed over 52,000,000 of property r7 The Capitan Fracassor, an Italian property condemned was adopted by bloied ithadauKhter 4 " old. l.ait April j -- ' - i ' Zi7 and gave the firemen a hard battle. taken down with inenthM, fu lowed with 4 lie paper, has this to say about the mobbing the con. con. Tuesday. hi AN FOR I), KY dniadful miitfh ami tnrninic into a fever. Ioctor Co., of Heidelbach, Ickelheimer it her, but in of tho Mafia: at "The weak in America A committee of the delegates to the at home and or Detroit treated the w a vain: mer rapidly until lie cicw New York, have Jordered .?1,000,000 in are at the mercy of a ferocious, bloody will address the people of the 'handful of bone. ' I hen the tiMwt I)r King for shipment to Europe, but populace, and are tortured and murder- con. con. gold bars New DWcoveiy and alter tile neol two and a hlf State on behalf ot their work, and a bottle was (Ompletely cured. Thuy uy l)r, the director of the Mint has refused to ed in daylight." I)icovery iiwetth in M'ii;hun sold copy of the constitution is to be publish- Kiiik' New (jet you a trial bottle free at A. R Wc arc cloMiijj out o ir stock of Gibbs" Impcria Iron Hcani, Cham-COSt you may let it go. There was abad break in the Missis- ed in every paper in the State. Penny's drug torc. . At Coshocton, O., James Chaney cut m pion and Oliver Steel and Combination Plows AT sippi lovee, opposite the upper portion When wu An extra section of tho constitution, his own throat, and, with the blood of New Mllos' Norvo and Llvor Pills say cost, we mean cost. Orleans, Tuesday, and a large adopted, reads as follows: "A grand a new principle -- regulating the liver, Acton streaming from the wound, seized his the nenc. We have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" Chilled Plow, the com area of country will be inundated. The jury shall consist of 12 persons, nine of stomach and bowel through speedily cure A ne biltom wife and cut lier throat with the same divcovery Dr. Mile' IMIi latest report Bays the crevasse is 200 feet whom concurring may find an indict- net), bad tate. torpid liver, lulu, conttipalioii inn Plow, anil these must go to make room for them. weapon, a razor. Smalleat, UneiqiiHled for men, women, children wide and 15 deep. Choice lot ol home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass nnd ment, and that in such cases, in courts million, uret o doe i cent, amplet A personal friend of Mr. Blaine in a K Penny'. Stanford. at A. of State Bayard says inferior to Oats. the circuit court, a jury may letter to tlio New York Tribune says that taking the newspaper reports of tho Tho Finest on Earth. Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. that the secretary will not permit his New Orleans lynching as correct, he consist of six persons." Hamilton A Dayton K K 11 The hull stock of Hardware and Groceries. republican The constitutional convention has the onlyCincinnati, line running Pullman' Perfected Safety mme to go before the next thinks that there is no basis upon which knocked the otlice of public printer and Votibuled 'Iraint, with Chair, Pallor. Meeting national convention. nnd Dining Car ervitc betwen Cincinnati, tho Italian government can make a binder out of existence. a c SIM. and Chicago and i the only line It has also J .S.MENEKKK The British ship, Roxburg Castle, Through Kcclming Chair Car Utwecn Cin-claim of indemnity. provided that aliens shall not be allowed nnali, Keokuk and Springfield, III. andSlccplng was sunk in a collision with another - The Italian residents of several of to purchase lands, or to hold lauds in Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw; and the English vessel off the Scillv Islands, gnd Only Dlroct Lino the larger cities of this country are or- Kentucky, or interests therein, for a of 20 souls aboard, only the captain and lletweon Cincinnati, D.tjion. L1111.1, Toledo, Deganizing to create a sentiment in behalf period longer than eight years. troit, the Lake Region and Canada. iiiu uesi seicLiuci siock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. one seaman was saved. he road i ne of the oldeit in the State ol tendering his resignation three of money reparation by tho government Cincinnati over 1 UTMBKlt, Ohio and the only line entering After SASH, to the families of the Sicilians killed by patt record can mile of doublutrai-k- , and from times and finally having it accepted, more than anuretu patron speed, comfort and DOORS, NAMES NOT MENTIONED. the New Orleans mob. safety. United States Treasurer Huston is now, SIIINGI.KS, 1'ickeHnn ale everywhere, and ee that they IJI.INDS, Cordage Co.'s build The Klizabeth SIDING, A citizkn of Itanta, Ind., has a clock rwid C , II .VI), cither in or out of Cincinnati, it is said, begging the president to allow ing, at hlizuuetli, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. J., burned Wednes- mado entirely of wood, which has been Indianapoli or Toledo. old place. him to remain in his K. O McCORMICK, day, causing a loss of $700,000. Over an excellent timekeeper for .sixty years. General Paengerand 'lit let Agent. A3STD Mayor Shakespear, of New Orleans, 500 operators, mostly girls, werein tho Thk Athens (Oa.) bar is made out of the mobbing of the Hennessey works and a great Wo carry a full stock of everything found in a justifies Tliousniulrt I'olHOIIL'tl. panic was caused young1 men. One of the practitiouerh is murderers and more than intimates that Fortunately none were killed. In a fm under twenty-one- , while six are under Franklinret Miles worl. on Heart Uifiw', Dr llio noted upeoiniut-Kl- w he would not have interfered had ho and thirteen uro under many new and MiirtlliiK fat'lH. Thousands of File in New York destroyed two twentv-flvhxamme our designs and specifications before letting your contraot people are slowly poikonin; themselves, weakthirty. known such action was contemplated. clothing manufactories and ening themselves by the us of ten rodee, tohat es is the 5th naval power in tor building. A CKi.uunATED German restaurateur, bacco uud ulcolml. These As Italy SINK & MhNIiFKK, Stanford, Ky. tablishments, a feather store and other in bankruptcy proceedings, Iibh con- causing It to beat rapidly are Hofirt Whips, itm iriudiially wearthe world in point of number of vessels, smaller concerns. Tho total loss is producing shortness of lirenth when fessed that for years he hu.s served horse ing It out. pains Kltlo and shoulder, hungry and 4th in armed force, she might do & Another fire damaged the and asses' meut to his customers or exercising, hpt'iis Klimll) heart failure and sudLOW PRICKS xwa iyiand f.tlnt 1891. the U. S. considerable damago should a Clailin storehouse to the extent of $100,- venison. den death ror weakened uriil Irrltuled hearts the press every w hero highly recommend the war come up over the mobbing at New . Tiieiir arc twenty-threancient wid- New Heart Cure il scutnred by Dr. Franklin inn f. Orleans. However, tuo majority re ows now drawing pensions from the Miles, which Is for sale at A.K.Pcnnr'a.Hlanford. FrankT. Ilogdon, a OhicaCoian, resting easy on the subject. The Wonderful Tower. mBrked t,mt e member of the Mafia government because their husbands Farmers and plowmen know that the Oliver Chilled Plow Is the Tho -- The British steamship I topia from louW bo hunp Thre0 Ita,:ung werJ were soldiers in the revolutionary war. Tower, highest striirluni In the world It Klflol at I'.tn I.otO feel high, Ilulthogreat best plow on earth. Prices greatly reduced. No. A. forjS.i.so, formX) OS years old and the discovery of Dr Franklin Miles l certain to Italian porta for 2sew ork, with 8tamiing by and immediately attacked Three of them arc s erly $s: No. H. J56, formerly SO. 50; No. 10 $7, formerly J?S; No. 13 tower far aliovu It In promoting human youngest 72. Italian emigrants, collided with the ,)jm wth dmwn knvM Ho wn8 flevere. and health. This wonderful nre Some of the Alaskan natives acquire builds up nornout sys'eins, cures Qti, $8, formerly 59; No. 19 $8.50, formerly $1 o; No. 20 S9, formerly British ironclad Rodney, anchored u iycat but assistance arrived before' the very respectable fortunes In the fishing spasms. ht'itilach!. nervous prostntlon. dizzi- $10.50; No. K. $9 50, formerly Si 1; No. and sank Boon afterward. raBca,8UBll lllli8hed bim ness, sleeplessness monthly pains, 309,50, formerly Si 1; No. Gibraltar bay trade. A Nicholas Bay Indian has been troubles, etc. Mrs. John IL Miller, of sexual 40 S9. 50, formerly Si 1. Monldboards, Landslides Valpaand Standards gale was blowing at the time and over a ,,red Arbe t of Frankfort Iml., known to pay down one thousand dol- raiso, Ind., and J I). Tuylor. or r.ogansport. rjin rnranno ArA TPtiorti'd drowned. Ind . gained 9' pounds a month while taking have also joined the armv of low prices and are furnished che.inrr was compelled to marry a girl wiio was lars in hard cash for blankets and it. Finelr illustrated troastlse on "nervous dis cwi"..D" than ever before. Hear this fact in mind, that the Oliver Chilled --The report of the superintendent of di8ta,tBfui t0 l,im, and in a few months trinkets for one potlach. eases" und sample txittlu of tho Nervine, free at A. It. l'uiiny'si who guarantees Plows are better known, have reached a ,. A colored lady, whose It. larger sale, have had a longthe Central Tennessee Insane asylum,) ... . fllt,1Hr er run, have proved more popular and given better satisfaction than there were 10 lives lost in hated the child from its birth and gives memory was a little hazy, died the other shows that any other plow on the face of the globe. Don't be deceived by imithe recent fire. Two inmates rushed vent to his hatred by punishing and day near Columbus, Mo., of old uge. It was her boast that "she was so old she Miles back in tho flames after having been tations, but sec that the name of "Oliver" is on all the wearing parts. starving the little unfortunate. couldn't znctly 'member; but she was One hundred and twenty five of llids will be received till Saturday, March 38th, In tho divorce suit which is pending between ninety and one hundred and for the grading, masonry, bridging and McAdtin-uln- g the male patients will be sent to the at Paris, William I'eizel denies that ho thirty-four.- " of the Stanford and Logans. Creek urnpike, Asylum at Boliver this morn- - is or ever was Marie 1'rescott's "Western A youxo man with small feet was the about tuo miles in length. Call at 1). W husband, and examine profile, specification!, &c in it .Md I. T PENCE, I'rendent. and the Kentucky actress will bo forced last person to leave a friend's houso forced Mrs. Wigginton, mothA mob to produce tho marriage certificate, how- after a social entertainment in Lewiston, Me. The only pair of rubbers that ho er of the young scoundrels who poison- ever, it is to be hoped that she will could find proved to be badly matched ed Messrs. Ferguson and Watts, at Mt. much trouble iu so doing. a No. 0 and a No. 11. He wore tho Sterling, to tell all she knew about the Scaled bids will be received for the erection of u A republican convention 10 nomi small one, and the other still awaits a School House in white School District No s, 3 a rope around her neck affair by placing miles north of Stanford, until March 7, icjl at 7 nate a candidate for claimant. o'clock p. in. For plans and specifications, apply . and threatening to hang her. She ac- sebsion nt London anState Senator, is in I things aro beginat at tne. omen 01 tne county knowledged that her two sons did the PITHY POINTS. Stanford. We reserve the right to accept any bid ning to wax exceedingly warm. The jjlven or reject all lnds lor same. fearful work, but denied that either her candidates are GEO A MENEDICT, Chairman. Wiie.n" a rumor is in the air of course John J. I'ORTEK KOUINSON, Trustee. 104. td husband or anybody else had anything laski; Ed Parker, Laurel, IVarl, of Pu- it has 110 foundation. Geo.II.Daines, to do with it. nJ4uOttWcMAHbsVkwBsSHslsHsilifllHsiilHHt!HMHliliHi Wki: Lcng is going to try Dr. Koch'H Bell, W. II. Clark, Jackson; W. F. Wat- Mr. W. S. Parkerson, who took a lymph on his name. 2r. Y. World. leading role in the recent mobbing at kin, Whitley. for Tin: bill poster knows his place, and P. W GREEN, Proprietor. Midway's postmaster, J. W. Wool-uiiNew Orleans, has received tho follow there lie sticks. Yonkers Statesman. has been found in Indianapolis. ' ' Cas t o r a Is so well adapted to ch ildrcn Oust I have recently taken charge 01 this ing: "You a domed man ana uou Castorla cures Colic, Constipation. Kvi:nv one who goes up the Pike's Sour Htoinavh, DIurTlm-n- . Eructation, Wo have it IIo was penniless and had been begging peak railway travels in coy. St. Joseph Hotel and Intend keeping it at its present high I recommend Itaa superior to any prvscriptlon save you. Amity can't Kills Wonus, gives sleep, and promote d. standard. Special attention given to the traveling known to me." II. A. Auciirn, M. D., for his living. His reason for skipping News. retdlon. public. sworn. Our comrades vou murdertd Without injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. family. You out was that he was short in his ac"I've gone through a great deal," re- First-Clas- s we kill you and you and Tiik Centicr Com pant, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. counts and had been notified that they marked the saw as it emerged from tho will be poisen. The styleto will do for In connection. Alio Mr. log. Jester. ot cutzeus are were soon to bo mveaticated. A number i... ,v,..er A auEUDY man should wear a plaid Wooluuia saya he has enough property and Billiard Parlors. also threatened, including the muyor , vest, so us to keen a check on bis stom- - Pool v Kou mo anonage. " 73- U attention is paid to it. but little or no Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal NEVER IN HISTORY our existence have collected together WALTON. --JSTJCBC Of Dress --JANT ty and cheapness etc., iu point of variety, exauisite patterns, excellent qualiprices. A'ofhing like it has ever in Stanford. AHRAIT X V .Carpets, d IE well-know- n "V JE J y This Dress our first shipment in Dry J'cw Yorh and invite oar patrons from e d CALL Thirty -s- AND EXAMINE AM THEM. IVIen colors line J our celebrated extend yard; Plain Worsted in Plaids and, Stripes 20c peryar d; ,)ohair in all all colors from oc up. also received J. Johnson Ladies and in Am nvitation to the Youn Stanford, and vicinity Dress Shirts, low prices at unusually visit our store and examine our new line Sprint rndcrwear, etc., Clothing, Boots and $70,-00- 0 THE LOUISVILLE -- STORE Proprietor. AM) Maunders. JJKSIN E0Br- FENZEL, Brice-Thoma- s satisl-mmr- 00 i lnu-ban- ds T Wrtll Liicl Aiti-ram- I All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. -- .V-- P' 1 I -- A T. m frt-- run-iin- c Stanford Lumber Yard, I-A- 1 11 FLOORING, CEILING, r. WOVEN WIIIE SLAT FEITCE. o FIRST - CU3LSS 3QXJMBEH -- YARD. 111 - . otuj e re-a- The "OLIVER1' LEADS the Procession. hippl-ncs- inedl-cln- o -.- -- .... ... ..., ,, aoon-NATUHE- D res-cue- Two "To Let, of Turnpike. 1 J. B. FOSTER, Agent. Vandc-veer- 's not-ha- ve To Contractors. BOTEHS HOUSE, n is, Infants and Children I Sample Room J - 3ae 'JfcilJ' . 7 Pemi-Weekly InteriorJouknal - Fukbii lot of XuIkIlt II. .SIiiinkB. ' Bros.1 hIiovb tit S. Gaiiiikns broken up on short notice. II. Pendleton. FitBsii tlsh on Wednesdays days at M. F. Fining Co.'s. NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hkad-i.k.ii- t Urn proof oil to bo foutnl and Satur- W. E. VAUNON Ii iicandiijjlclofill nut unexpired term olC ountv Judge nideucantli t,c dtnlh of Judpcl W urnon, jtilijt-cMthe a.tion of the Democratic jwrty Belleview Stock Farm, Season of 1891. Year-Old Stankokd, Ivy., Mahcii 'JO, 1S91 nt H. K.& W. II. WoiireiiV. B.Q.WALTON.uuH.ManaRor MEANS A cam, on .J. A. Cliuppi'll to liccotiH! n WooiimiiHiK Jem.icoCoai. at 1.1 cents leKifllntivo candidnto njipunrH olnuwlioro on car and cents delivered. It. K. & in tliis Issue. W. II. Wearen. 1 1 READ. Mr Kugenia I,an)ap I'ottii of Lexington. Ky., hm Irwih and dire t iiilornmtion concerning BELXaEVXEW (3 WILKES Record 3'iyy, in a Kace 13994--. ffmndsin. f . BUSINESS. Tiii: will Jflfeit only a few days. Those Xi:w Yoiik seed Irish potatoes, garden seeds of all kinds, nlso garden rnkes and sample shoes for iiiuu, ladles and children. Jou S. Jones, Cash Itargain hoeH at Farris & Hardin's. Call Store. The Great Jennings Fortune, And will iHkc in convoying ame lo Kit. lime .tamp for particulars. 1896 will liar A in cm mi heim 6 V KlU'Ht. l'uor. II. M. PipkhI a dancing teacher Sm.k. M. Peyton advertises in this iswho conies well recommended, is getiml BL'ttlo nntl obllo A. It. roiuiy. sue that ho will sell the Henry Hester ting up a dancing school here. farm on Dix Itiver at public auction on Siiom' h1)0chm shoes1!' K3 pairs ol Saturday L'Mh. PERSONAL POINTS. sample shoes just received. (Jont once The item in our Tuesday's issuo in Tin: t'tlitor'n condition rutnniiiH to the Cash lluiguin Store. Joe S regard to W. II. Trnylor's losing 2o0 galJoins. lons of whisky, was a mistake, Mr. Tray-lo- r Mil. John II. Mn.i.uit wih in I.i'xinn-to- n Kami-i.ishoes regular price. Anothsays. Our lagan's Creek correspond thin week. Do not miss ent was our authority for this piece of Mil. .li'dtK Cook, of Itiirin, is viHitiiiK er line opened Saturday. this chance to get a pilr of shoes at news. rcliittvuH liero. to wholesale cost. Joe S. Jones, Cash Mits. J. It. Mount, of lirnnj;o, II vvimi made a specialty of tbo refrac Store. vMtiiiK liur piiri-nthurt. tion of thu eye, will Buy that almost nil Mil. am Mum. II. C. K.urrniAN, of Tiik life of Itev. Lewis 11. Salin, the cases of frontal headache, weak, painful ljuiciistiT, wero in town Ttitwlny. converted Jew, who held a revival at (ho or inflamed eyes can lie cured by spectaMikh K1.1.K.V ltw.i.or, of Soniursut, is Haptist church, is being numerously discles, which wo eurefullv adjust to your vlsitiny Iiit purutita in tliii win nty. tributed by Harry Wvaruii. The book case. Call and sue me at Portmnn House Mish Mamik Di.n.v lutnrnod uilii Minn contains pages. till March L'l. Respectfully, 11. O. Hccs, Annie llniiKliman from lloyluantl Ih liur Ophthalmic Optician. A SiinitiHti. Mr. W. T. Miittingly, : 1 Yoi'ii noconnt i8 ihio nntl rwuly. 1749. 7 3' iy list, a shovsing never before equaled by anyinother hor.e. Iivrng o, o list and al 1'intdam I.ady Cassell damot llotleview Wilkes (J' ' 9K ini' tso other thnt, barring accident, willertertlie3oli.ttl,.ros,n by Shojby Chief ., 1 Sired by the Great Hid Wilkes aire of the o list, In , !n .!, a 5VJ, SeeenslilaipiSlHe(lrteltwagn others 33in'.-- 0 ,lrefo, , Caacarilk. Delineator s it and fc, and the dams ofHo ) A Valuable Hotel For Sale. As mrclf and wifo art keciiming old nnd not ahle to carry onth lloiel l.iuincig, have cnnclud-i- d lo ofTrr the Mint for ale I lie ald Hotel it iluati-in of II mionvillc, Kj . known at the CcMiper Mouse for man) mr Said Hotel is now In good repair, with 17 Rood rooms, newly overed and painted wi'h about acre of uplen-dicrotiml attirhed and fruit of all Linds Water plentiful and K"od stable and other outhouse I propose to sell v on low and easy terms Write or call on me on the premises, 't 1 NOMA'S CI CM. d 1 iiium-i'ial- I hud dam by Thalloba'cson ol Alexander's Abdallah and am Mambri-Was- ? W1a"'rw',,-,- ' dam Scotland IWV.'u v v .''". 3 in the 3 30 list citim Chief 89 (Sire I'hallA I'f. J,?,i?.'! r .,.,1' er and the dams of L'", "9. aM. -- ff. liar-gai- .11 n A glantn at the aboe pediree will rcadllj show that Ilelleview Wilkes is t blond producing .....s.belns.. by the great H.,1 W, Ike, (who by the records i, the rich in the 0f best the , , ,. v.v.K,- in . 3.1 anu neiten anil tnat his blood breeds on is demonstraiwl b tniK thrgrandsiror.1 inrmnKi. o list at the age of 16. 7 im the a An anal) sis of lle'leview spedigice will .hois that it ranks nmonr the best, mighty (.eorge W,lk ihrough hi. beitv.n Ked Wilkes, twice to Alexander's tra.lneaslt dcf.tmW A .IIH, um. oi ,h! nt t urtootent sons of Hainhletnniun 11. .n.l 11..... ti...... . ""-" . " . '" " '"."" i'u...r ...... wm 1. . 1. Zi.:. ... ... ...,., Lff lll .". fi... PTJB3CIC SADCE. A Splondid On rworils tietlcr l liaii 1 ,0 milking tho season Ilelleview Wilkes Will make the season of Blue-Grass 111 Farm. 1891 the State, and ,. at llellewew the other two stand nt $100 and J.so Farm 1 miles east of Hurgiri At S50 Cash, with tho usual Return Privilege. lholbJ1Vn,Ivocc0urPPr0,'a:arC5, Ma,es P' at Mil Giioiuii; Dhlk, tlm Cimi'v county "Hiiukoclinrinor," paid iih short vIh'U thin wook. Mil. and Mum. I). H. II isiii.to.v, of Louisville, liavu licon vmitiiiK in Kirontn nt Rowland. 11 ) time-keepe- r of the L. it X. at Itouland, has been presented with a 1170 diamond by tint conductors and brnkemen of the Knoxville division. 'I'll is shows their appreciation of a good otlleinl. y Xooiius that comes in a hundred Miw. ItoiiKiir MrAi.isTHK loft WVdnoH. milcn of this section fails to hold the day for a protrnctvl vibit to rolativos in boNrds at Danville. Can it lie that our Clark county. learnwl neighbors have a Usto for that itn w 1 ituou v wir p.,rb0,;ii.. ( ..uo line of . i ' fn iiinnuin amusements and oiler special inrf Hits wt't'k uiulertlio triwtiiivnt of Dr. ducements. The next Iwwkcd is John J.(i. Carpi'iitvr. Uobiiison's, 0:1 Mnv '."mI. Miw. J S. Wi. of Soint'iwt, wlio Dois niaile 11 raid on Mr. W. A. Cof-tetins bwn viiUni hir iHiruntn lioro, llock of sheep Wwlnesday night liomo VMlmwday. I.kk Watth, oim oftliwclincroftfrcik'lit and killud : oiitrteht nnd crippled conductors on tlm rottd, lint been traim-forrt- others. Wo will not lit" surprised to hear of war mdeou thu iiinino in the to tbo IV.IiicmIi (livuwoii. McKinney wet ion nnd the sooner the Hon. .Luiin S. Units, a proininont for attorney eiicral, was hi tonn work is done tli better it will b for all parties. ytwttjrday looking to Iiim interests. Mil. J. 11. Uohisms--, of tlio Middlwibo-roXuwOi'K Model CougresMiiHti, tiov. James ban Wen ("pemlini: a fow lny It. Mcl'rwiry, has remeinlwreil a ktge with bin purvnUi in tlita county. Juihii: Jamiw Pk.nton, of Somrret, uiiinberof bis friends and constituents wan a piiist at Mr. T M. lVnnintonV in this comity with copies of the "Fourth Import of the Interstate Utia week while on Iih way to london. Annual Coinmii-Mou.- " It is a handsome volume Gait. II. T. Ih'wii, of Stanfonl, wan in I(X) jHiges, but our Isck of time bus tlm city u day or two tltin week the of prevented a perusal of it. punt of rttlmivtM. WinuliWHU'r Ppiiio -y' nl can-ilMitt- o here yesterday that thu Englishman, Mr. Pollock, who has large investments in Middlesboro, and who returned with Mr. Arthur from had bought :il),00u acres of mineral laud near lla.el Patch and would probably lay thu foundation of it city there. Tho report has not been sustained, bow ever and wo greatly doubt the was reported Kit-glan- It rates, but not rpoti.ibIe lor accidents I) M A A S HOWMA.V, Durgin, Ky. N H -- We will give to the first of his produce securing a record of 1 I offer at public sale the Henry Hester farm or'bett' erana jcoo to the . S nOW.MA.V p ol 60 acres, neans all rich bottom land, 21 acres first obtaining a record ol 3 m or better 7 sown in wheal, the balance in grats Saturday, Mar. 28, '"'onal.le $o Ji T he dwelling has sis rooms and is in ood repair, I hen is a nw l.arn good well, fine orchard and fiMt clam fencing on the date. -- FOR THE BIGGEST- - Term months !'., One-ha- lf sion tobenivcn cash luUncp in Keli. 1, u and 18 1891 Apply to me or my Stanford, Ky. ju-t- f x TR miRCL n -- Zf YTW fOAL VV j;etit, W A Tnhble, J K. at PKYTON IX- truthfulness of it. DEATHS UOINGST SILVER TIP. WA TCHES, hll nitnff ttl'lmn u ill I... n. .miMo.1 n mm i few good marei it onr siahlts out- - mile from Stan ford oil th llu't'iiirille pike, at I CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND- - crat. Dit. I). I- k of Stanford, Iihb locitted of Milan, Tenn., Iihm given birth to live at Kirbtvlllo for thu practiio of Medi- children within a year. This is a larger cine, and bavins; 001110 w ell ruonminendiHl number of children than have been lxrn is KuttiiiK a k(km1 pnu'ticc Uiclunond in the town of Liberty for nine years. Climax. Mrs. Williams is truly an adept in her V. H. ISiiiku, Jr., bun moved to particular line, hut unlike thu rest of Junction City, whure bo has iiecoptcd a experts she is not looked upon with en position in tbo otllco of the viable eyes. - How's Fit.--, T11 is? Mr. Thomas Williams, railroad. Sholby City Cor. Advocate Mns. MaoiiIk J.oiii, of I.otimvillt', who iaii Mitta Mn'ie Hums, formerly of thin place, lias presented her husband with a fine olbipriiiK and Henry T.. K()., is now n Knuid-fatber. CITY AND VICINITY. Skbii I'otatoks, Foster's. Hold and .inltm seed Mrs. at J. f 11. STitAWHKitm Phillip, plants for hate. P.invillf street. Am. kinds of fresh candies, fruits, etc Finder just received nt It. Zimmgr's. pair of spectacles. will please leavo at tbis ollice. sht, A X. Y. Skkd I'uttohs, Onion Sets and Onrilun Seeds nt A. A. Warren's IJm line of glassware just received and cbunpur than any wbere. Farris 1: Hardin. j(.. V'.1U. A. M. VIKKKI.KY HUM . 1 ......1 preilll'lUII 1. 110 II .. ..Ii litll r Ul thu temperaturo to by S o dock tins Fhksh veKetables, inuluilinn tomatoes, raddislicj and lettuce on Saturday. I. Hampton. Andy Yates tint ho drunk Tuesday tbnt Marshal Xowlnud had to haul him to jail in n wnon. m Wk linvo u now button inuchinu nnd can mako diflorent sires and of nearly nny Roodfl. Sovoranco & Son. Jok Sevkkance, J 11., lias received hia first itiBtallment of Walter A. Wood ma10 binders and 15 chines, includiii mowers. Tiik dolilitful weathorof tbo last few days bna turned tbo attention of tbo gardener nnd farmer to tbo thotiKbt of early veKetablea and consequently a great deal of breaking up of laud has been done. k Oi.d anglers tell us tbnt they never saw fishing better than it is nt present, nnd tbnt nt Harrow's pond tbo fish w ill almost come out of tbo wntc-- after bait. A couplo of youug men c.iught GU, ranging in length from 5 to 8 incbes in an hour's tjmo nnd it wnaa very poor day for flsbing too. r ney Lewis, who killed bis fatlior in Xot satisfied with the confession SidHnr-Inn, r had made, his relatives bad Mr. K. Wells, nn undo of tbo young man, cnll nt tbo jail hero nnd identify him. Of rmirnn Wells snvs ho is tbo right mnn. It is said that the entire Lewis kin are very bitter agaiust young Lowia nnd it is thought that they will spaio neither time nor money in prosecuting him. Itev. Howard MacQiienry, of the Jack, Canton, O., KpiBcop.il church, hns been convicted of heresy. He is h) an imported Spanish jack and has n fine Itev. Mr. Cliisliolin, of Winchester, bed) and large bones. He will stand will preach at thu Presbyterian church At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. Sunday morning and night. on colts till season monThu rtgul.tr church meeting of the ey AIs Hen will be retained parted with season money paid, but if mare is Predestinariau Baptists will be held at Pocomm due I S. l'HlI.LU'S, Walnut Flat thu second Saturday nnd 6 am Stanford, Ky. Mil. W. X. Porrs, formerly of this Sunday following in April. A. C. c ASCII A1 John u cAsTLfMAN city, but now in the milling business nt W bite's Station, Madison county, Itev. Campbell, a minister of the sends us the following "1 write to inform Christian church from Nelson county, you that have my new mill done and and Itev. 11. 1). Burnett, a minister of the in operation and it is a daisy I assure Methodist church from Rockcastle, counyou. We art) doing a good business. ty, are having an extended debate at Toll the mill men at Stanford if they Cornibhwlle, in Mercer county. The will como here and soe this mill they subject is "Iteligion" and they have will discard their old one Wo can run been arguing for a week or more. with water power. My best respects to An excursion will be run from Lexall friends nnd especially to tbo Intkki- - ington, Maysvillu, lfichmond and Lanon Joi uni. that I cnunot do without." caster, on Saturday, April 1, to Middles boro. Tho ntt ruction is thu dedication Hku utt: or Pit mtii i. JoKKits. The of the Middlcsboro Christian church and 13 AHBEE & CASTLEM AN companions of Willie Stines, of Mercer, n x rate will be given, the proceeds to go tilled his pipo with MANAGERS, mid cov- to t lie church. The hotels will ivu a ering it witlt tobacco, gave it to him to reduced rate and the trip which will bu smoke. An explosion naturally follow- a delightful onu will cost very little. Commerce Building, Louisville. ed nnd the powder burnt young Stines' Tickets will bo good for o days. fnce, nearly putting his eyes out, nnd Agents throughout the South. drove the pipe-steA Call on J. A. Chnppell. through his jaw. The boy is in a critic.il condition nntl fear of J. A. Ciiai'i'KLL Demi Sin: We, the TBIBBLE, Local Affont, lock jaw is entertained. It is a mighty undersigned democrats of Crab Orchard W. A. STANFOUD. KY 6 good thing to swear oil" on practical jok- precinct, would most respectfully request ing, fortho average joker or r and urge you to become n candidate to is as touchous as a cross child arid represent Lincoln county in tho next when the tnble is turned on him some- Genernl Assembly of Kentucky, promisthing serious is likely to follow, nnd be- ing you our support and that we will OK STANFORD. KY , sides it is ns a general thing a very dan- use every honorable etfort in our power Ii now fully organued and ready for business with gerous pnsttime. to secure your election: $200,000. Paid up Capital of Arnold Stiunker, Oaks, Wallace K. Vaiinon is announced in JoeL. - - 15,000. John Johns, Sr Anderson, Surplus, . this issue a candidate for county judge, J. Fred Johns, Arch Anderson, subject to thu action of thu democracy, SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL Godfrey Johns, 1IANK OK STANFORD, to till out thu remainder of thu term of Squire Griilin, It. Fisher, (N'owclosine up) with the same assets and under J. D. Anderson, his father, Titos. W. Vamon, deceased, the same management. John Bottles, Frank Denson, Ily provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as ho having been elected by tbo magisfully protected as ate depositors ill National M. Petrey, Hanks, its shareholders beinn held Individually trates only to fill tbnt portion of his James Griilin, stock of the amount rch Anderson, Sr., John Westerdover, liable to the extent alius thereof, in of their to the addition father's unexpired term that intervened therein at the jwr may act as Sheppnrd, Al Westerdover, amount invested in such shares It between bis death and tlio August elec- Thomas executor, a lministrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as John Crow, an individual tion, 1SIH. Jutlgu Vnrnon has given Mat Hobnail, Arnold F.nsloy, lo those who entrusted their buUiness to us genernl satisfaction during the two John W. Hunter, while inuagint: the Lincoln National Hank ol Will Dishon, Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and months nnd a half lie has been county Bun Baker, trust lhe vsill continue to transact their business Frank Dishon, John Baker, juJgo and uromises the jieoplo a with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenWin. Plumber, tion to same, our twenty years experience in John L. Turubull, economical administration of banking nndas liberal accommodations as are conFrank Tittles, sistent with sound banking court nllairs if elected. Judge Jou Broughton, their DIKKCTORS: Alex Whren, Vamon, having been elected for four Sam Griilin, J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Julius Crankn, 0. Bowers, years by u largo majority it eeoms but J. M. Hail, Stanford; Sam Baker, right to permit his son, who is in overy Fred Byor, J. S. Ows'ey, Stanford ; William James, S.J. F.mbry, Sunford ; way competent to till out his unexpired August Bottles, J. Griilin, J. E. Lynn, Stanford; term. This seems to be the feeling all G. M. Ballard, A. W, Carpenter, Millcdgeville; Tom Adams. Robert Albright, over the county and we hear of no opJ. K.Uaughman, Hustonsille; position to him. Besides being entirely J, F. Cash, Stanford; Chas. Dunn sold to Messrs. Lawson, William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. competent, Judge Vnrnou has always of stallion KinGarrard, tho S. II. Shanks, President been an uctivo worker for tbo democratdred, by Messenger Breeze, dam a half J. B. Owsley.Cashitr ic causo and this is tlio first oilice he sister to Maud Messenger 2: 10 , for W.M. Bright, Teller. has naked at the hands of his party, per J. II, Uaughman, General $225. Tut: pl.icqtte is the latest fashionable fail, says an eastern paper. This is thu idea I'ponn square cardboard the negative of one's photograph is applied, radiating from this in a circle are V) lines, upon each one of which must be inscribed tbo autograph of some friend. Thu whole impression, picture, signature nnd all are transferred to a placquo nnd burnt in, thus making n very uuiquo nnd desirable souvenir. photo-autograp- h The aged widow of Mr. Jos. Baugb (bed at her home near Highland Wednesday night. Her disease was consumption. Mt. Thornton Porter died Wednesday after a long llhie-- s of dropsy, in bis During his long lifo Mr.! Nltli year. Porter proved a valuable citicn, n splendid neighbor and there are many who griuvu over his death, although they were aware of the fact that his race was run He was a devout Christian and had for a number of years been a leading light in the Bush Branch church. I'nforliuiately for Mr. Porter his good wife preceded him to the grave homo 10 years and the last years of his life have Ix'en spent to a great in solitude, but his thought of a brighter home above went a long wnjs toward comforting him. Mr. Porter reared it large family and ho died with the happy thought that they have all proven worthy of the good example set for them. Itev John Bell Gibson will preach the funeral this a. m., and nfter which the remains will be laid to rest in the family burying ground. to-da- y 312.50 to Insuro a Living Colt. Description and I'edixrec Silier Tip is ,11111c ba with tine mane and tail, hind ankles whiteand w- - think will make a great show horse He was sired by the premium saddle horse kinf, he by On lime, he by Stoneuall Jack oil SiWer King's dam Mnllie M'iuiicc wasslrcdbs. Cabhell's Lexington, d dam b oung America, hi I.) lavlttr's MeHHgfr. silver Tip's tint dam was bv Skeedaddle, Morgan's famous saddle horse, lie by Diner, he by SKeeiladdlc's 1st dam Medoe, 2d dam Trumpeter, id daw A rata Silver 1 ip id dam was by lied Lion. Mares kept at reasonable rate but Mo repi lor accidents or escaM Marrs parted with forfeits insurance. Lien retained on oils for season. III.A7I.KV I1ROS , t Stanford, K SILVEEWAEE In the county, go to Waocr well-nig- h W. B. i9 cROBERTS'. work guaranteed. "SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all yx-te- nt, KING BOY. King liny is a dark bay. 4 oars old. if hands high and is an elegant combined horse He was sited by Mortons horse, Ive by Dr llerr's Mambrino King, dam by Steamboat own-es- l by ChedMc.ll, of Vfrgmia The dam as raised by Stephen Sarrpson, first dam by Frank Wolford id dam by original J m I tell, id dim by original Denmark, who ran 1' conwc iithe miles in a race at Nets Orleans, 4th dim ti Sir l.lmtt , 5U1 dam by Gray bade, 6th dam n uuifaru Will' make the season of 1891 at my farm, the old Win Hall place, 5 miles from Stanford, Go to B. F. ROUT'S -- FOR IN ALL KINDS OF CHURCH AFFAIRS." At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. t the smae place I will stand my fine Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, a.ins No- jouiic saim:. tions, Etc., CSTA11 kinds ot produce taken in exchange at the highest market prices. Xew-lan- A 1 1 ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. CLOTHING. si!$ic:irm. Our goods arc Insurance Company, gun-powd- MOST ALL IN And ready for tho trade. Frocks and with short pants. Cut-a-ways. Men's regular cut and exra long Sacks, Children's from 4 to 15 years Stagg & McRoberts. thing; "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a roscy-pose- y Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." Gardening time has come and you will find prank-playe- ParmersBank&TrastCo. At A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL GROCERY" A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White and Red Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of Landrcth's, FcrrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. -- in papers and vigor-orou- s, h.6.rupley;Is Receiving His Springs Summer Goods I Book-Ke- e Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. w nf Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna. Friday AT publlBhod Evory Tuesday and a JPKIl YJCAK, I If jVDVANCK sTWhtn not so paid $2.50 will be charged."! K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. " ''"l&n. local time card. la 30 pro Mail train going North " South 131pm South 1159 pm Express train" '.. ia North stiaral ..650 am, Local Freight North South.. The latter trains also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about so minutes fatter Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning spm I ftQYAl LIBRARY NOTES. TirenE is a library exclusively for women in Turin. Fifty-on- e large and valuable libraries were sold in London last year. Mrs. Austin Counts has given five hundred volumes to the railway emin Long Island ployes' reading-roocity. The London libraries all have a small stationer's shop connected with them, where the various conveniences for writing arc supplied. Senator Dawks is much interested in a project for a free circulating library in Washington. Mr. Wanamaker has also heartily approved the scheme. On the Nicolayevhiy railroad public libraries will be established in three points, nt the stations of St. Petersburg, Uologoyo and Tver, whore railroad employes will be supplied with books to read. Tun ltoston public library lias just come into possession of two diaries of John llrown. They were presented through V. P. Garrison, of Now York city, by Mrs. Sarali A. Melvim, of Orange, N. J the mother of the architect of the new library building. LiiiR.vniAN Srorronn thinks that within three years he will be able to move the National library into the new THE LATEST FADS. Gated Dr. A. S. PRICE.J ANNUAL ELECTION. SURGKON DENTIST. inWaterproof- rouge is tho latest Hoard The annual election ol Directors of the County Office Ion Mam street, over W. II McKoberts' vention for the toilet taible. Improtement of Llnr,.ln or Internal Drug Store, Stanford. fchar.l The latest fad among equestriennes ofthe llaruinsburg A Cribollico of the Turnpike Hirst Na is to ride one day to tho left side, the Road Co. will be held at the .Una. hank of Stanford, Y, l'AKM l'OK SALE. next to the right, Amono the recent novelties in silver I offer (or sale t.rivately my Farm of 85 Acres, goods is a match box with a compass ali miles vnith f Stanford, near the bomerset cultivation, all be- miiu fcslllL POWDER rro.im of tartar bakinc nowder nil in lessening strength Latest U inent rood Keport A building going up in Washington for the purpose. The new structure will have a greater storage capacity for books than the llritis.li museum, it is Btated. Absolutely Pure The library left by the late George Bancroft is reputed to be one of the best private collections of books in the country. It contains about twelve thousand volumes, among which are Highest of many works in foreign languages, and S Govern' every book in the collection has a valuo apart from its selling price. MONEYED AMERICANS. hnbedded in one side. Candlesticks for the corners of rooms are now designed in wood. They are two feet high, new and inexpensive. AN idea from Paris that one or two New York hostesses recently introduced is that of serving a dinner at small tables, in liou of ono long one. One of the latest fancies of fashion has decreed carriago lamps in the shapes of various flowers. There is the lily lamp, the rose lamp, tho violet lamp, and so on, all very odd and very expensive. The ladies of York, Neb., have a "guess party." Tho ladies send the gentlemen invitations reading: "Party in our set this evening. Guess where and come there." It is needless to say tho boys get around late, as they frequently visit a dozen houses before finding the right one. A new fad in New York is called the hot pine bath. Those who take it lie in a tank and have tho tepid extract of the pine poured upon them, and are wonderfully exhilarated by it. "Taken your pino this week?" is a common question now in tho different downtown stores. Coi.UMiiiA colleoe (Mo.) girls have an Engagement and Marriage club. Every time ono of them has a gentleman ocort to whom she is not encents into gaged she pays twenty-fiv- e the treasury. When a member becomes engaged she pays in five dollars. When a member gets married tho club presents her with one hundred dollars. A pike It is in a high state ol ing In grass l.ut 15 aires; has all tho nccsaary buildings, is well watered and fenced and a desir. I will stanl - able place generally Call on or address meat asin ol tail, $5 SMiifonlA Preacl.Msvillep.ki'.at mare and suck Stanford, Ky O. A l'LMON. walk around the NoVolt.110p.15. l'rincc is a fine, stylish black my fine sonng n miles cn.i PHITSTCE. hMCJ 1'nnce, the ... '" yo-l- m - ,, , re w - ut of a Denmark mare and as by Mr,..,.., horse. Hi. dam was .Wed by a Dren- ".. .nJoUil Whin mare He Is a natu. 11 a- For Salo II I I-olH ral gaited saddle horse I ill also stand my splendid young Jack, k... Twenty KuilcHiij; 86 MODOC black 11. i. ft v.iri old. aho.it is hands high. He form v.ilh mealy noc, tine length and out ) ,i,ed h Arch Walker's Jack and mwc" terms as .1 nn tht In the corporate limits of Rowland J. DAKS 1. Rowland. K. i lennel itesviiifiai.u better i r the nor. This javk hMuisen siwmI."7r .7 and Call ..lush, tion than ans lack 1 csit tmhtin- and ln colls of ther and traded or bred to e ther lar.fremiti! neighborhood without forfr.i the can that they are nm in nones is due. I also hold .. hen H season I. paid FOR SALE OR RENT. Tho Very Desirable Residence And 111 f.l u,h. '"'";5 Iholt " ANnERS0 lot on Danville street itoh1 irpalr and contams 5 loins large and beuutilwl and altogether I he house is I he ) aid Ilasing removed my llarler Shop In the C am nii'icial lint.'! I am pi' ,nred t a, inmodate la dies as well as gintlrrien in anything they may wish in m line. ClnlJteii alto wane I mi "ti mo. JISSK TIIOMI'SdS, InC t inmcriul II lei. (l Tho Phico ADONIS 1 ono of tho Moat lightful in Town. 1b Do- - IR. I.. IS. COOK, SURGEON, KY. PHYSICIAN AND Will soli or rent on riss terms MISS MARi h yj-tl KTANFOIJD, W make the season of tS.)t at nsy stable W miles Iron. MilUdgesille. Lincoln Lounty.on the Stanford A Milledgevillc pike, ill AKXON. S.urtior.t, Ky Money due when mare is parted svith Adonis i a heautifuldark bay with blaik point., it hands inches high was f..aled August, aht to ami is a grand saddle horse. Those who breed to . handsome Kelit.ickv saddle stnlli.m arc invited to look, mine oser and see his actum ana At $15 to Insure a Living Colt, Gr- cash: AT Otficom. r M K .hefts' Drug vt..re ItesuleiKC James It Hwem prnpeity at the Jiini tion t Mux loHtlllc ami Dalit illv pint. ix On FOE, SAI4E. Mil Hannah I Ward wishes tu sell her i. air Paid For Hides and Fur, lropcrly at Where Ihe .lit) f Dwelling and 1 IcKImicy, e 'i RICHARD C. WARREN Is a Candidate for Auditor of the S'ate ol Ken- ueky, subtect to the will ofthe Democratic party, Jay Gould goes to bed every night nt Dr. Hans von Bulow has decided to ten o'clock, does not drink tea or eolTee, give up public piano recitals. adeats with great regularity and takes Sarsaate, tho violinist, has pocketed R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. mirable care of his health, but the paca twenty-fivthousand dollars as the net has told upon him, nevertheless. DENTIST. John Jacoh Astor is endowed with profit of a two months' tour in Englund. Ill'lil.VSTEi.v says that fifty per cent, on ihe OlEccon Main street, opposite Portman House, six feet of solid physique, an impert our stables 1 rn.l.'S west ol Stanf.r saddle stallion up stairs. Nitrous Oxide lias giten for painless turbable fund of good nature, excellent of the Germaus understand music, six- siiolbv I tt p.Kt.this fine )uun t serte t mares extracting; health, and is booked for an inheritance teen per cent, of the French, and two uilhLr l.tted STANFORD. KENTUCKY. per cent, of the English. that cannot fall short of 5100,000,000. to Ia3uro a Living Colt. Miss Sanderson, an American singer, At $15 15. Thomas, of The late Captain J. B. PENNY, DR. W. I)e.ription and I'edigree -- He is a Wautiful Boston, was probably tho richest man received the gold medal of the Dane-bro- dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane . t. t. order from the king of Denmark and He left an e'state England. in New u Dentist. ti. ear u.u ...1 i.. ...11 Atkins.i.ilb- hirn lominaiidiiiK in apHramc and tmmUiial III a large share of after her first appearance in CopenWorth over hone form. Sired b King Kagle (the hagen. Office South side Main street, in office recently which had been acquired by real esFirst dam bt Mar hagle, ad dam bt Hamlet vacated by Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Mil John W. Hutchinson, of the fam- Denmark, Dolans id dam by Harris Denmark tate investment in San Francisco and Siar king hagle a. got by IllaJL haghr by Iwgle ily of singers once so well known, reBrooklyn. l.arrard by Cabbie's Le si gloss , dam ashmgtoH I. 31. BRUCE, cently held a reception on the occasion was got llainh.t Denmark was by Chief. Jay Gould's daily income is said to be Hardam b UisIhiii's llamNltiian. Demo irk. about $7,500. But this is rather small of his seventieth birthday at Lynn, ris1 Denmark was by Miller's Denmark STABLE, Mass. UVSU, SALS 1KD color, slle Hd acliOH, Considering hts tine sire, compared to Rockefeller, who is supAmong some music lately published is together with his mssst escelkBt breeding. w posed to receive S1S.000 daily, or Astor, STANFORD, KY. think we have placed his services tow. daily, or even Cornelius a Spanish dance by an Italian composer, who gets Care taken to prevent accidents but so responSPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL Vanderbilt, who has to get along with with a French title page engraved and sibility ho u Id an) occur. printed in Germany and published in Al " at the same time and plate we will stand travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. 15,000 every twenty-fou- r hours. hor.esand venule used in livery Only London, with a Boston imprint added. Is an old saying that a Scotchman the tine .reported It Franchetti, tho composer of tho "no'er goes bock again" to the land of r3sr-.x,s. his birth. And in the case of David opera Asrael, lias become insane, and SHELTON HOUSE, Jacks, the California millionaire, one has been placed in a private asylum. He 1, ablak. nrarly is h inds high, of fi le b ne THE can easily understand why it should bo Ho Is closely related to the wealthy anda.Uon.and will serve mates so when he can ride twenty miles on a house of Kothschild, and lias been living AtSlO to Insure a Living Colt. J. H. UREER, Proprietor, on Monterey estate and in Dresden, near which city he is now A lieu will be retained on cons ior .wun Rowland, - - Kentucky. straight lineroundhis87,000,000. Go "bock confined. R II A V. P Wimps bo worth a Harvey B. Dodaworth, the TnE late accommodations at rensonable rates. again," indcedl New York bandmaster, Open day and night. Sample room and good livery Henry Clay Frick, owner of tlie in connection mine near Scottdale, Pa., where over furnished tho music at presidential inone hundred and ten miners were killed augurations for tlie last thirty years. Geo. standard R,.le6 ) FOB, a&ENT. recently, was tho bookkeeper of a During tlie war, free of charge for his , Sired by tin titor ii (sire of JaKve s. i., flouring mill twenty years ago. It is own services, he furnished tho armies o oiheis ia the leased the Menelec Stable. I now offer I'lulU. of tlie north no less than fifty band- a 3 ""d . m'j. Direttor 1 17 and my NEW STAIILI! on Lancaster street for rent. stated that he now controls eight thouStalls and is the very best sand of the thirteen thousand ovens in masters and five hundred musicians. irsi dam Alice, by Almont u It hat Wii large s Second dam Norma, by Alexander s Norman de place in the county lor a jack anu uorse siana lor the Connellsvillo region and tho coko Ihird dam Young lw)maB mare, by Coeur the coming season A large cistern at the door. Leon Hot it market of this country. Call on jraddre.s Articles ourth dam Old Twyman mare ttntraced a A T NUNNLLLKY, Stanford 77.if Vt itherswo i6, Almont m (sire ot Fanny V NOTES FOR UNCLE SAM. the undersigned Incorpnrators, to e MUSICAL MELANGE. tlV sired by the grand show horsj, sk0"1 WashJewel, he l Cunningham a Jewel, he by ington Denmark s llaUoin, Ilishr.t dam Minnie, by McD.mald dam his hrst ! dam by WVIIs" Crusader, kno 11. but thought to be an Olistr Adonis will be allowed to serse ten or ntteen only. good mar Mare kept an grass or fed at reavotmble prices, but not ri.poli.ible for any accidents shculJ any OCur F K. SAN D IDC I. Milledj;esille, Kv 6 has een kept until tc nt !y .ie 111 kk1 repair AI. F. Ss-i- ELK IN r Stanford, for & CO.'S, Ky. FOB SATiT.1 Lot on Main Street in Stauiord Contain,!,,, Terms easy 1 Everything tie t Orchard, Lawn, Garden 1. a. T It WAI.ION, Stsnf ttf EA&LB BIRD. Whs not buy due. from the gr.iwer. when you ou will avc mn need I rers. Plants or Vines cy und get tus.k true to name Vi r irplo 1 hase finished my new Saw Mill on the S rr.er agent tint sell direct to ine planter .mim.o.i.oi lour I ree.. Plants and Ines are bearing eser)-- J set tke, 7 mi Irs Horn Slaifotd and air prrrared where in kcniutky and judged by iheir fruit to furnish anv kind of I.IMIIKK. MIlNt.l KS, A Sirawbwrv and graeral Nurwry I .lub'gue sm As , at I.OWKSI PRICKS I wilt sell the la- -, II 1 . II l.l.KN MhM.K, application to berat the mill or deliver, to suit pMnhaters, Give l.esington, Ky ioj m M AYU UOI), k a trial I'ototlue, me I will deliver saw.il hrstnut shingles at Stan ford or Rowland at it t per M sTAUMKNT OK TIIK 1TEW SAW MILL. 1 4j-i- y A II HAST IN g Financial Condition of Lincoln County. t 1 , 11 m I IA1I1I.I IT1.S Claim, allnwml dctober. iSyo Jn,.!?" idiot. 4" Alloii. i bonded dehl of Jis.ooo llltere.t oil hherin for il'ei ting o. levy, tinated tj r Ilabsncr on turnpike appropriation. Coatinfriit eijwn.eslor cuttn.l year es . tim-ate- THE COEMERCltlL UOTEL J It ... j. J 43 OWKNS. Manager, Harrodsburg, I - Kontucky. Defss.it on actt of deltaquvttis, esilmaltd ss jai-k- , oroHN- s. RESOURCES Tax on $,Mf,7i at to testis on the too , pull, at is jo Itailr.Md prefwrty, rMisswtted I urupike dividend., -- utimalcd. Cash 111 irca.ur) for I)iIiiiuhI hit .old i $i.ir 1 i.. ,7js s i.9 '4 ' CI k i.si j;' 'i ! have taken charge this pupu ar h tt) and intend to run it in a first Uu mauncr in evriy papered and painted (torn rewpett It is bem top to Indium, ihe bod ung is being renovated and vervtbing done t makt it lea.ant and 1 onfert aMeTur gwrtts. Thetabse .hall xevrr be s .ri at. ed ky betels in this secttoa J II. OVt I NS m ALEXANDER'S Louisvitlo, Hating HOTEL, 04 opv Attest t. II lOuPHt, Seventh and Market burets, - - - Kontucky, i hcttl In the pRST NATIONAL BANK OF SIANIORD. K WILL OPKN MONDAY, MAR sold out our First-clas- s well-know- n Dictator 3862. ) I ll.-- .i Incorporation Ken-tiukto-w- I wslx. boring At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me 3,11 The first sugar cane cultivated in the United States was near New Orleans in 1751. I am well prepared to bore wells and will do work in a good manner and promptly the Farm hands in the United States, taking tho country as a whole, occupy only 230 rived from Sweden and Norway to tho United States last year. in Statistics show that the birth-rat- e the United States is declining. This is the worst baby show tho country has ever had. TnE number of Indians in the United TIIK CHEAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR States who can read English is stated to thousand; the numbe over twenty-thre- e ber who can read Indian languages is uttLria over ten thousand. SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, From tho returns for 1890, tho departSORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 4c. ment of agriculture estimates the numPRSCE DO CENTS. ber of farm animals as follows: Milch Sond threo stamps for free- smrlo cows, 10,019,591; other cattle, 30,875,648; bo: u- - d book. bheep, 43,431,120; hogs, 50,025,100. In tho latter there was a decrease of 2 per cenL, while the value has decreased 67 liii a A UP cents per head. AH-- 0 It has been estimated that 23,000,000 bushels of oysters are opened annually ABSOLUTELY PURE, in tho United States, representing an FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.J accumulation of shells amounting to AND NURSERY PURPOSES, fffl not less than 243,290,000 cubic feet, which if spread out would cover a space 'TAfc-OICO., Chicago, Hi! of more than 450,000 yards squaro to a depth of three feet. at Stanford, Kentucky. L. T SMITH. acres in every 1,000. ar- Forty-fiv- e thousand immigrants PTT ,15 tvo-ce- mI i D Sunf rd For ale by A It. Penny and M, L -- Jlourne, WIT AND WISDOM. jfcREAMs)M) Roller Extract. CREAM xtract IS OUR BEST FLOUR, BUT EITHER GOLD MEDAL, . IDOL-KIN- G a SILVER MOON I IS 'a good flour for THE MONEY. Uuokkn hearts aro never dangerous as long as dinner tastes (food. Canus aro the only higns of support some young men show. A cynic, brethren; am a man who doan' 'spiso de worl' half's much as de worl' 'splscs him. No LAWvcn lias any excuse for poinp hungry; the statutes have lots of provisions in them. It i3 a mistake to call labor curse. Tlie most worthless men are thoso who have nothing to do. It is so easy to be a promising sort of a man. Hut it is so difllcult to be a fulfilling sort of a man. It may be regarded as corroborative proof that a man does not like a slippery pavement when he's down on it. "Jf you wish to appear well in society," said Talleyrand, "you must consent to be taught many things which yon know already." Many persons do themselves a wrong by permitting their feelings to bo stirred, and then letting them subsido again without an effort in the direction of that which excited them. Every experience of that sort helps to blunt tho moral sense and promote its degradation. well-dresse- d 11 We wit others in 7 jo, also sire I'ltdmont j 17'. and K. Lucas, W I Cann. M V Jones, J A. Ilrant, of the dams of Alabaster. 4 year. 1 is. J II N Howling and Dr J T Wesley B l.ucas, J Minder Richardwm a 17W. Catchtly a and ai hate this day organized into a booy corporate unWilke.a joH.Acol)tea ai1st dam in the Ander-hbally der the general corporation laws ol State of is; by Abdallah asset forth in Chapter 56 of the (ietieral . Mambrino Ch.of 11; d dam Kate by Statutes of san' State with powers and duties as a i,K, herein set forth, Nonnin is".. reel AIIT. I Normon Medium the dam, of Norval ? of tins corporation shall be "The The name .. k Morse Horsed, ist dam blocum Wash Instituto'' ol Middleburg-- Kentucky, Itonum nare. s t. b by Magnum audits principal location and place of business Dlcutor. the sir. of Oeorge Dictator, for many really ney shall be Middleburg,Ky tear, languished at ill obsiurit) and he came to ART. II. the stud until er had a chance Said corporation shall hate power to hasp perM a"U having up to Kentukj. then 13 lew petual suicessiou, to sue and be sued, to hate a thatW but 39 foaf. and at . had out that.well cf common seal, to render share, of stock transfuia-bl- e foal, and onl) a few of them were more speed to on the books ot the corporation, to eaempt pn impart bred mares Few stallions t ate property of the shareholders from corporate and besides they hate endu- lit. defendants, debts, to nuke contrails and acquire and transfer combined will, level heads lie is the sir" of pr.pcrty in the same manner as pritate iuditidu- in the a j or better list. 4 troturi and The trotters are headed1 by Jay hte a pacers. rules and regulations do als and to make bylaws, Seei.o. PhalUsi.j).. Directorhas .7. Wesuch deemed expedient and not in conflict with the three notknow another stallion that number of constitution or laws ofthe State ol Keutnckt or of speed and htU with the same better the United Mates. JayKscbwha.a heats total of than ART III ,6j "J,. Direlwr nd 4. a flflil l i -nrnmnln Lilt tvtui I' I ilC UUlW-- l 11 ikn.itA.siins it tn !' heats in a 30 or better encourage a higher grade ol viiucatioii and better this year's trotting will show The returns of hrough his sons school i.acnmu in me cuumv 01 wvj dnu espethat Dictator notofllt breed, on are of Middleuurfi, and adjacent countio and daughters, but also his Srandsori.lis pu.Ung or cially .to secure thi end by crectmetitilHi. procuruiL a number of horses 111 the a 30 list '. C a I tktslilinrtv fltiit ntalllt Dick. Loonier I, HambniK, hasa, Commandtr Pretender 3. Re- of instructors corps I Junius.. Phallas a. . I en sons Delineator 1 and Endymion The capital stock of this corporation shall be porter 1. Dollarsand divided into one ihot-sa"''lhs'daugh.V,', promise to make great brood Ten Thousand shart's of the value of $10 each. The pait ate maris They have produced llrown, Libert, (Jon- 10 prop, rty of the stockholder shall not be subject the corporate debts. AK Hanks h., The corporation shall bBin its Ugal existence laior ..as a .cio.v. . - - ,t and , . . .1 r iii4uv. inn ..,, and on the uthd'iy of Marcht inji, and it bhall contina rccor j never'yen mirii iiHut111. grandson, Phal-- . of twentv-f.v- p beaton. she a ue foranddurng the period u less previously tormiiaed ty a majority vote of lamon bt I'halUs ha. put 3 in the Int. r:,.i ,,.v.. Pliallene no and irgtnius a meeting lor that purpose. , the stocK at ...WII. w... St A Il'l . I . shall cousist or a he oUcr5 of this Company of i..handnne IclW) and will ?.i. . 111 .w. - lt7a .. Hoard of nine Trustees, at le.xst churches, who nirn. II111CU nc whom shall be choscu from Hapllst orgaiiuaiion of rerlainly Mre extreme spee-- i stand shall be elected Immediately aftershall hold their great stock horse He will ol whom this corporation, threo offices for the term of nne year, three for the tcim Colt. of two (vus and three for the term of three years At $20 and until their succssors are elected and qualiT he annual election of the three Trustees fied lortli shall be on the first baturda, of as abote shall a June in each year, butthe special election rustw be or removal of a called at anytime for said Hoard Trustees or the filling of vacancies in four weeks Hay stallion, 16 hand, high; foaled i8ij. of Trustees by a published notice for This special ntceting s,redby KING C.HSAR. the nearest newspaper Trus-Ice01 the loar.l of (Hy llogan's Administrator ) pub by a majority of the stockholder, and First dam Carrie Allen, by AshUnd Jr. lished in is newspaper as abosc tct forth. Second dam by bir Robin ,,.,,,,,,.- ART t 11. nn Third dam by Gilmer llrown s This corporation is empowered to aTquire AdminUtrator (sue of of and in conformity llogan's the interest -- "V administrator 357 Majo'ndcr. ', wilh the objects of this corporation, but said 01 catctitty a oj,, "",--"-,: shall not at anytime exceed fifteen Oran- in a 30 ; dam by American Clay 3,.(" hundred dollars. ,il.im r.ANN. sille a io, MagJ.e Rrigss 2 17. etc a ad dim Red 30) A. KRYANT. KINKS' ofWilcoia.e'and Raid Wllke. .. by . Hawk; 3d Uum lay iimunu v....w. Hogau will stand I M to State of Kentucky, Casey County. clerk ofthe county court 1 Geo A. Trcwitt the il,n ibove county and State, do certify that wiiclesoniicorporation were duly assign I also have efcnd acKuowiiuj, before me this day for the-. .,...- - ,knvr .incoroorco..i-..- .. purpose therein w : lack, Lucas. J N 'llowling Twool which are noted as the best A nrVanti" and J n,"i iV,J to be t heirown froeact of and w ill serve jennets at Jas for a Jack colt Jtvln Weslev. this nth day "?" hand under $ij lor a jennet and will serte mares PllKWITT.Co. Clk. March, IlyM.W. Jones, D. c. Oolt. y !, charm-edcircl- e Ja-til- e , .,. ?, .' y" a '. s on JcffetKtn sliest, we have moved to ar stand that we Oicipied fur years so suiessfut r on Setenth and Market stints, ate now fiit ng i" up in elevanl shape, new throughout and ll.ri t fit will in every way be elegant, Including nect Hale's Safetv Pas.enger and llaggage Kicvai rs We vant all with all Ihe late iniprovemenls SUTpiUS our old friends to c me and m- - us in our old h jiiiis. We t.rumite you that our tuuni, table and erv, e shall be second to none in the land My wife, Mr Attention of Ihe public H invited to the fact ,0 II. Alesander. wants 10 be remembered I aU Itastk in "slanfdld our lady friends and she will tc glad lo see tticm that this is the only National it per day I'nder the provisions of the National Bank Ail. and gue them a bisaitv re ept.on Fare Manager 101 JO II Al KXANDKIt deiHnitois are secured noi oiy oy tne i..p.u. lor a snik, but bt Ihe .lockholdets liabilit) that depositors of amount equal lo the sto.k, of Joo.mb this institution are secured by a fuad of the bank Five sworn statements of theionditlo4i I Mited Stales governaremideeaihveartothc ment and it. assets are examined at stated tiiuos by government agents, thus smunng addititonal I will tell la the highest bidder on rfeil safely to depositor. and original!) established as tne This institution, Heoo.it Hank of Sunfoed in iM. theo lied as the NatMitial Hank ol Stanford in iM and Hank County couit day in fr nt ol the court h"ute in again re orgammi as ihe I'lrst Nalnmal uninter-of blanfuid Ky.my btanlind isla. has had practically an suppled rupted existen.e of ij ear. Ills better 151 tranwiitiHg business promptnow with lacilities lor ly and liberally than ever before in Us long and Five miles from Stanford, id the Walnut F!at fiduhonorable larter .WcihjbIs of coipurations. sohe-te- d ne.ghbirhol ciaries, firm. aHd individual, respectful!) Terms made known on day ot sale For parti. addret lorn Laslcv Stanf.rd, Ky The Directory of this Rank, is composed ot HRb ANNII M LAbLhY T J Foster, of Stanford; cossaty; rorestus Read, Lincoln J W. Ilayden, Stanford, S II llaughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Ml Vernon; S T Harris Lincoln: J.S. Ilistker btanford; G. A. Lackey. Lincoln; T P Hill, btanford. V (i Wrls.li,hUnford V P. Tate, btanfotd. enure .merest capita, stock .3200,000 l0,5OO 1 o PXJBIdIC SALE. Monday, April 13,1891, Farm of Acros, 111 1, P. GANTER'S OKFKLRS MAGIC UTTM141 J.S 05-i- 1 Mocker, President; John I McRoberU, Cashier. A A MiKinniv. AssisUnt Casluir EMQVER! Q. era nd Articles of Association 5IJMD Hughe-- 1 tr ?l?"'l?r:"rr,;;ii - N.y WATER WORKS COHPAHT. 1 two-ilnr- ds -l -1 to Insure a Living st 1 KEOCA1T. sr se ,7, kViIVn-bowuno1 At $10 fr --- T Five Splendid Jacks, Living lii. ("a. M State of Kentucky. Cas.y County. The other jacks are of the county court, for 1 that he the'County a..u Stale aforesaid, do certify this dsy serve mares were the same with the At $10 to Insure At $10 r ffl'Torgeuf utb 6 this day of March, CV. lly A. P. Young, D. C, jS. pREWlTT These animals will Somerset pike a mills . M.S. We, the undersigned, J F Pevton.I John S , Mattc'-o- n Pi)ton Chailes Murtc vant and George W .Stiirtevalit, Jr , do associate become an incorporaed ourselves together and company pursuant to the provision of Chapter " Kentucky. General btatutf-o- f l lie 1. The name of tlie corporation shall be c ,,,(,.,.1 it'nili Cnmianv and its central place of transacting business shall be ill the city of Stanford, Lln.oln county. Kentucky cor 2 The general nature ol the business of the The M.st.ie Humovku fillrf a long felt Ihe construction ami mainie-nancporation shall tie Work, for tliesut.ply of a system of Wat-- r want willi owner of HorwH or Mules and the of water for pay to the city ol Stanlord Kowland of with Wurti, Knot.-.-, llruiK's, Cuts, inhabitants thereof and to the town The construca) and the inhabitants thereof, Straiiih, jiniins, OM Soros, Rirh Wire or elecof tion and maintenance ol a systemand gasthe town in C'utH, ctf. It inakcs no ilillVrcnce tric lights m the city of Stanford pay for of Rowland, and to charge and receive arliow nn; tho knot Iiiih hoon there, or Ihe manufacture ofand sale ol real such lights. nil tificially. 4 Thn acquisition required such conhow liar.l it is, (if it is not of tho for and personal estate as may he bone,) wo will lake it oil' on tho "NO ducting the corporation abote specified the association shall CURE, MO PAY" i.lan. 3. The capital stock of In removing be seventy-ti- t e thousand J$,oool dollars, to be one thousand dollars each, the knot tho hair comes oiT, and tho divided int.. shares of and which isto be pud to the Treasurer ofthe place becomes very wire; when you in such proport ous Company at.uch time andHoard of Dioectorsof stop using it, Ihe hair comes back its ai shall be required by thu ''a.hV'c'orporation shall commence on the jjth original color, anil not n traco of tho dayot February tgyi. and terminate at the end of knot is left. For plan of inmirnnco, that date fifty 50 tears lrom The affair, ol the Company shall be cnnd.ict- etc., call at the unclorhlgned druggists, ed bv a Hoard ot f.to "f ofrW,I,,u.H,.l!,n,i and bring your animal with ypu. beefected President. the khariholdcrs on shall be cl.cted annua ly by or each year. Hut For.alebyW II McRobetts, drucgist, Slan the first balurday of August herein lord, until the first election, the Directors of the Com- named shall constitute PVy'Th. htchs.t amount of irdeblcdnes. or lia at any bility to which tho corporation can thousand limeijosubject itself shall not exceed fifty a This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and' our lands The'prlvate property ot incorporator, and others not to trespass on be prosecuted without full7. ! the jacks and will as all such will fine mule share holder, is tobe exempt from corporate debts. est extent of the law. Signed: Wttnes. our hands February M, .801. M C. REVNOLDS. l wliN IS. PHILLIP0 I. r to Mrs. ALICE J UAUGHMAN. J. L. HECK, K.H.COOPER, F. M.WARK, MASTEUSON PEVTON. V. A. COFFEY. Mr. M. A. MARTIN. CHAS. F. STUUTEVAXT, stand at ray stables on the I. E. I1RUCE, ROHKHT HARNETT. south of Stanford. GKO.W. STURTEAANT, JR. ' H. J. DARST. W. P. GRIMES, Uy Chs. F. Sturtevant. UAUGHMAN, Stanford. tofim cc usr 1 e 1 " 'i Insure. l0'V t'.innotatori POSTED. Insure. j.s. liur.iu, 'A 1 1 W"