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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891032401 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. JusHw rttTiKimJ.1ilglB S3( wS3iSTiiiiwti&iifcbtaw rsvjiiBfSfiA ff.cgtiv Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. PLLASE TUHN Cliiltincoy 31. Interior Journal. -- STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. MARCH 24. 1891. OVER. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 7 Dopew (Sot Vittmililit by Uolii So. "I think iiltotit tlio most iiiintniiiK letter I over roclvtxl," mU Mr. ClmtuiHjy M. Dojww tlio other day, uwiw ono I fotintl on my ili'nk in the Uninti Central ono morning. It was iHreotwl to mo jHirHonally. Tlio ihiiht wiw heavy linen nolo n ml "tho haml writing evidently that of a wull iiliiciiM man. When 1 oikjihhI it I fouml it tngan. 'To tlio Hon. Cliituu-ce- y M. DeK?w,' anil after iny iiuiiih wero tho initials of all the collco degrewj 1 evur hoanl of and many 1 never wiw Then it wunt on KOinetliiiiK Hko Tlie (iaillier Light Infantiy has removed its armory from the Opera House to the M story of the citizens bunk builditii;. congregational meeting of the; IVesbyteiiHii chinch of Lancaster will be heldon Friday, the 27th itibt., at '2:'M i M to select mi iiilililioual elder and to extend a call to the Hev. J. R. Tercy as --- A CRAB ORCHARD. absence of those who are not kept nway bv illness or providential dispensations, Leave your orders Kdmis thus retarding the business for want of frm fnr n niiu, ui... ... ..:with J. J. . DIM 1111' mil L. wi . it qtmriim, ami tin presuient, logeiner ,"' Mr., J' T". ,C,'T wi I, other prominent u.etnhers, parad-V .1 - wick, on JtuIiiv , no .7 ing over tnu Mine 111 ciiiiiuaieH lor 0111-y Mm? er positions to the neglect of the olncisl -'should see the celebrat-- j ; duties thov were sworn to perform an I tUU, , w shoes before for which they are paid by tho State. L'd " r address J. S. The man who neglects the duties of v 11 jij ...... ... N. Y. Seed 1 iif ' s"",l'i"'. "r . to do any better inanotherohtaiu-- ! Thu cam of the Commonwealth likely .u., , nun iifiiui.'U -. It is therefore not I). Miigue to ait against Charley Ouens for maliciously ed in a like manner. UU stead until he is who are able to go on duty again. cutting nnd wounding Sam McICee, was probable that the gentlemen, IJig line of Glassware just received and cheaper than anywhere. aspiring to additional honors to the negMaster John Chad wick, aged 0 years called lnfore .Judge Hemphill Saturday thin: lect of the work in whnh they ought to t Iwx'ttml "limit am Mo it IlovmntiSiu wl.llo It Im afternoon, but was continued on ac be engsged, will be benefitted by this bought of Mr. W. I). Wallin a combined illnmiriMKNH'hu. iohI of nftir lifter c& Canadian pony for count of the nlnciuc of County Attorney nover lin'ii nix Uixxl fornniB to lUtun to )nur course of procedure, when the people his trading ipiiilitiea $100. He inherits from his father. rlixiit'iiro I )iui)ili'llKlitoI In mii li mbllliwl II. C. Kmill'iniiti. gut a fire at them. Having bold out my business rnKirt of jour iitteruiman I lmso Ihh iilil deWhen the con. con. succeeds In totmru. sire rohettle up with the world and resLONUUN LAUREL COUNTY provision for the exclusion of tiii'tlmt I linse & iHiielt pectfully ask those indebted to me to but iim jjrwU tali. It In to llnlcii to tlio pr'h capital from the State of Kentucky Seven cases of uieitslen in town. W1 please come forward aniLeettle. J. F. if it will also provide for the exterminaLATIi ALFXANDLR'SHoTI L, thu mil of the Nie. in I'lorida. Capt. W. R. Hardin is "Hero I Holdam. tion of the Kuglish sparrow, its many Thura were two dtnnors on my hut at Common pleas court wound up all The surprise party at Mrs. Jas. Ste RENOVATED AXD tho time, and I mi'i'iomI tho writer sins will he forgotten it by a patient and business for this term Saturday evening. phen's Thursday evening, atlbrded the wanted to find out from ine how ho long sullenng people. Work 011 B5ay. nan wvt,n mov 552.50 "1"I unnld luKtr the HiwecliM at ono of them. moments of pleasure. Our friend Itobert KiniHiinl has ing along rapidly since n.v last report. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous- e I turnwl tho jwtgo over, full of a charitaof Ilb81ew,nK M " secured Hie aiieiicics for the Tire Instir ble with U) nccodo to bin rwtiett, and ance coinHiiiies formerly represented by We will have good streets yet. LOUISVILLE, KY. both ideal ami The republican senatorial convenrenil: -- Mr. W. T. Miller, of Honeywell. Kinuaird Bros. No man in the countv tion here was on of the tnu.il sort, the W. R. LOGAN, viimlil limke nftfiillfHer lis )ft(ir railA. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. has more friends and is more popular rows and factions coming to the Bin face Kas., formerly of this place, better way rentuuritul nt INmirlikifi""""' known as "Dock," the man whobrought New York Continent. than the ".Mitjoi" and we wish him the in their particular way. a of Texas ponies he e to sell, deabiiiidaul siucess he so richly John S. Rhea, candidate for attor- has sold bis Ilrisc. Took Hit for llrli farm on Mt. Yemon pike serves. ney general, was here Saturday and the At n reception recently given It n Charley Anderson has returned to probability is that he will "get there" at to Charles Butcher. .. wull known citizen a young society blood Mrs. Nellie Redd has returned from v n. was earnestly ongagwl in u conversation, Middleslioro. Miss Jennie Moore, of our county convention. a visitto Mrs. Logan Thompson, of Mt. nnd with his IiiiihIh Imliiml Inin was play- lower (i.irrunl, is visiting Miss Altie The uuinc hester mail carrier brings ing with what bo mippoMd was a pieco Murksbury. Hon. II. C. KaiiU'iiutn and news of the killing of two men near Vernon. Miss Nellie Smith, of Louit-villis the guest of Mrs. J. II. Stephens. or the arm of a chair. Hut wife are in Knoxvilleon a short visit. of Manchester rrnlay. One of them wus Has the largest and instead of that it suddenly moved, and Miss Liila Kdiniston, after upending a jL.m,iu Warren, of .Stanford, is lM named Parker, but other particulars ho turnetl to find that ho had Ui-very pleasant week in Stanford, returned visiting her mint, Mim Jennie Duncan. MOST COMPLETE STOCK the ulonsl arm of a lady, and Mr. Richard Williams, of Mt. Vernon, could not be learned. hoiiioTliursday. Miss Linda Tucker is Your local of the KUh wanting to moved up as far as tho ullxjw. lie is a boarding at the Harris House and going 11. OF know who keeps the sick list is easily nervous fellow, and in tho explanation spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. J. td school to Prof. Smith. Cols. Weld lirowti. VKWU I jS followed ho said: that answered. II oti will get sick once you and (!uest were in town one day last people of Lancaster shonid not will find out "Pardon mo, m.td.iiii, but I thought it that the doctor does, uutl week. fail to attend the entertainment, "The was a piece of . r ,r ever shown in Stanford at prices for nothing either. -- Mr.W. K.Perkins bought of Mr. J. her so greatly Ordered Hercules," to be given at the he don't keep it ' The explanation amu-v-The Rev. Mrs. Shaw was here last as low as the lowest. F. Holdam hia entire stock of merchanthat sho fell into a convulsion of laugh- Opera Houm tonight (Tuesday). The week and leituredon"Votnnn'H Rights" ter, and the young man, continuing, and dise ami will occupy the same building v." iitleineii wtio will take part in She had standing room only and her Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, presumably referring to her funny bone, the performance deserve great credit for remurks were listened to attentively and Mr. Holdam did. Wo are glad to wel- who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. tuiltl: Don't have to come Mr. Perkins in our midst and sor "Your sense of tho humorous has re- the tnife and money they have put into very unit h enjoyed by her hearers. send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old ry to know that Mr. H. is contemplating this entertainment, when it is considerlieved me of my extreme utnlmrr;tM-tiitrnt.'YUv Dramatic Club lms concluded ed that every cent derived from it will not to go to H.irbourville. The advance leaving. Both are good and influential gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is soliccitizens. Mr. Jas. Cummins, who lies ited and I guarantee satisfaction. Perhaps it has, but it hasn't relieved be used in purchasing a new drop curtain A. R. PENNY. agent reports that all the merchants and him ( f tho tortute of his friends, who scenery, chairs, Ac, for the Opera been in the employ of Mr. Holdam, will hotel keepers, loafers and others wanted are now asking him the price of gloves, Houe. remain with Mr. Perkins. Jim is a No. free tickets him knew it could be made and bow be is succeeding with Ins colI clerk. In the goodly city of Cincinnati, in the a success if they could gut one. They Buffalo Courier. lection of The hop given by Mr. Ward Moore Slate of Ohio, Barrister W. M. Atnpt cleared oyer hero and tho Btreet one night last week, to celebrate his i!lst Doctor Kuril III I'cr? Did tlin has filed a petition against that city and lamps will be along as soon us arrangeFORbirthday, was largely attended and Defendant Now, dootlior. by vartuo KdwinStexens, comptroller, the object ments, can be made. highly enjoyed. We note some of the oiyonr oath, didn't nay. "Kill or cure, of which is to resist afhcssuicnt for street Dr. J. T. M.ttson died last Thursday visitors. Misses Mamie and Hattie doctor, I'll gie you a gutni?" wid didn't improvement. The entire petition, in eveningat the age of 52. He had been Henry, you wiy, "Kill or cure, I II take it of Imcaster; Faunnio Crawford, IN .ALL KINDS OF- Dootor You did; and agne,l to the eluding the affidavit at the1 close, is in a resident of this place about five years of Gum Sulphur; Measrs. Bettis, Henry bargain, and 1 want tho guinea accord- verse and the poetry is passably good. and during that time had conducted and Harris, of Lancaster, and Carson To say the least, the rhyme is faultless. himself as a christian and gentleman. ingly. Defendant Now. docthor. by vartuo The motion for a temporary injunction He had accumulated considerable prop- and Pennington, of Stanford. Ward is a capital young man and wo wish him of your oath, answer this, "Did you cure is as follows: erty for the length of time he had been my wifiT' " I he UihiiII mv nit wkle thl cuutr mar tic here and built a beautiful residence. many more pleasant birthdays. fcayAll kinds ol produce taken in exchange at the highest market )ch4Ibic, Ds:tor No; she's dead. You know What he has lett in real estate is worth I've had my typewriter two years and prices. , I' miler tlelrtHljrit refrain in their y, that. DefendantThen doctor, by vartueof Anil hrck the Cmlr4lir, Mho' twiitantly at least 5.',(XX). He was tho writer's nil it has cost tne isjl.Oo for oil and riblending neighbor and family physician for the bons. your oath, answtir this, "Did you kill Hit 4MI .dtlmtt for the iUintilT to pa?.'' my wife?" past four years. On tho night of his Mine cost me ?!K) a year for ribbons Doctor No; she died of ber illnw. Mr. John I). Rockefeller, prenident of death I was one of the few who stayed alone. rXifendant (triumphantly to the bench) up with the remains and now it becomes "How does that happen?" Your worship, reo this. You heard the Standard Oil Company, haa contrib- - my duty as a reporter to give you the .MXM)0(1 111 tlil A lll.irii'im Itimti,.! "I married mini' " was to kill or lttld him tell our Wgain; it 'velopments of Ilk life that i Hturllin enru. By vartuo of his oath he done Lducat.on Society, w Inch is tobediMrib-- 1 A man named.bnoiv, living in the subREMEW neither, and heaxiwhisfee! (Ireeu Hag. utod to educational work in the I'liited now and has been upon tho lips of every town of Lou- urbs, was made a father a few days ago, States, with a provision, however, that man and woman in the HAS WEEU US&b YNTH SUCCESS this announcement to the Wrnt t tli- - l'luj. he is to be advised of and indorse 111 ad don. Dr Matson had been sick in bed and he sent FOR THE LAST five local paper: "A little show drifted into Yisiting Aunty So you wont to tho vanee the prnpoced contributions. In with pneumonia for only about theatre last evening? days and nearly everybody was sur- my house last night." Philadelphia FOR SAIE EVERYWHERE the distribution of Mr. Bockeleller's Swtit Girl Yen. I went with Mr. charities, it of the seriousness of liis Record. seeuis that he is not only prised to hear gentleman you saw Softfello, the young illness. His wife had telegraphed for Standard Investment 'ONSUMPTI0N-SS&- !? bore the last time you know; the one willing that his left hand shall 'know night S S llrnncll, of MontKumer)',Mo. writes l'lcase what his right hand doeth, but that the his sister and her brother. On the with tho lovely niutucho and hund-oni- o mt moa tmttleof (Jumn' Ointment haw used mouth, yon know; the public may be likewise duly informed of his death one of those who set up It for cippcd hock, eyes and swi-eand thorough pin my with the remains was sent to meet his uitn great siuccm Would nut lie wiihuut ono who" of his liberality. It seems that he barn.'" Yisiting Aunty Was tho piny a trage- chooses to exeicise a supervisory power wife's brother, but instead a son of tho dy or a comedy? ITotico of Incorporation. over the distribution of his gifts and is doctor arrived, a young man of about irt Sweet Oirl Cm I don't remember. willing to trust his brethren in the years, handsome and intelligent, bearing not HOUSE, Good News. management of thu same. Mr. Rocke- a great resemblance to the doctor nnd at F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Notice is hereby glsen that A. C Sine, lolm N Trj Iiik Wi'IIut. feller is president of tho richest corpora- present county court clerk at Rising Sun, London, - Ilruce, Irmmas ee, Joseph Kentucky. I.Ieie elton, John hcierancc,J I.II,MI'axton and their A. Allen, hi tho clerk in tho dry tion in the world ono that has a corner Indiiina. In ls7s Dr. J. T. Matson was "I think," wild I have moved to my new Hotel and am better ' aies have incorporated themselves under Rood btoro, "that I will nsign unlesi in one of the principal necessaries of a prominent physician in that town, the prepartd tlian ever to ao.ominodato the public. the name ol "the Odd Fellows' Hall Association Ciood Livery attached and every convenience dt ot Stanford Ky " to mako my work life, and it is well Himothing is done that he is disposed to owner of a large drug store and princi tired, (live me a call. The object ct tho incorporation is tn purchase a eabier. I ain't itiuid tho clunato." Ho was married FRANK UILEY. site in htantord, Ky., and erect thereon a brick 77 be charitable when his salary is derived pal of a high school. building according to such plans and spccilka'ons you Hiiggertt?" "What would lady of a prominent family and as may be agreed on. "Well, put tho ear mulls and the palm chielly from the bard earnings of the ton union had been blessed by tho The authorwod capital stock is$i,ooo, divided their .r name fihelf nnd keep poor. in weekly in into shares ot $ioo each and leaf fatiH on tho sullmcnts ot 50 cents 011 each - .are unbirth of eleven children, four of whom MT. VERNON, KY. thorn there. It would nivo a heap of I ho corporation shall commence Feb There are a number of men of splen14. 1891, ! down years. had died, leaving at this time seven locking and running up Hotel'is still maintain and continue twenty-fisThu old and did attainments, ui varied experience, The affairs of the corporation are to be conduct-e- d living. Ho became acquainted in the ing iti fine reputation. Charges reasonable. btains." Washington Poht by a lloard of cen Directors, a President, a and who aro fitted in overy way for the Secretary nnd Treasurer, to be attention to the traveling public. course of his practice witli Mrs. Shaw, Nut So Sftiw AftiT All. performance of the duties devolving upelected annuall) the first Tuesday in January JE. M. P. NEWCO.MH, Prop., here, whoso maiden now Mrs. Matson The highest amount of indebtedness or liability You say you don't on them as members of theconstitution-aMr. Mnrrio-Hill- e Ml. Vernon, Ky, to which the corporation can subject itself is l name was Sparks, and their intimacy dance, and that you havo scruples against ,.. . ,. ,, u ., convention, whoso actions in 1'rivatfl property 01 111c siockuoiuers snail oe c.v theatre going. What Hhall wo do to body have been thwarted at overy that became so public, that a newspaper Feb. 14, 1891. empt from corporate debts. turn, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, nmuso you? What do you do at homo? to the Cincinnati Knquirer sent a A C. SINK, HOMEOPATHIC SALVE. and whoso advice seems to have been Has a fir- cUss llarber Shop on Main street, opI am ready for anything you like. of the facta to that paN. Mr.NEFEE, JOHN sensational article posite Pnniuaii Houe, and invites a share of your JOSEPH SEVERANCE, Pretty Country Cousin Oh, at homo unheeded by thoso who wero tumble to per and that night Dr. Matson and Mrs. patronage Prompt attention to outside calls and I. M. URUCE. Cure cut, bruises, old sorei, skin diseases, special atnntinn to ladies and childrec. Work-d- ( recognio the distinction between the wo havo church sociables. THUS L. SHKLTON, From there they corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter plane. no the latest style with neatness and dis A.ALLEN, do you formation of a few plain and uiniplo safe- Shaw left the o JOHN And what Mr. Murrie-Hillbruise has ss 6m burns, dew J B. PAXTON went to Louisville, then to Livingston, been used it poison and wonderful Wherever it and 104.1m has given satisfaction do there? guards for the protection of the rights of Lil Corbin and Woodbine. Some old it propensit) lor removing soreness is remarka(domurely) Pretty Country Cousin Numerous testimonials will be secured and the people, and the framing of a codo of acquaintance recognised him and report- ble. appear will Wo generally play kissing gamed. Life. in this spaco at .1 later date. Maiie laws covering matters that ought to be Blue-Gras- s never been married and sold by ed that they had J. U. 1IIGOINS, Stanford, Ky. loft to legislative discretion, without beStorrLci'plliK 'iiiiIii)h so much talk thero that and it created Friend (noticing the confused heaps of ing binding for all time to come. To went to Knoxville, Tenn., and goods of every description bcattered pro- men possessing the high qualifications of they together in tho usual miscuously arotiud tho store) Hello! Urn first class alluded to, it could not be wero there joined form. They came hero about I desire to sell niv farm ol about 130 acres, situinwill sell privately, at a birgain, my larm at what's happened? Been taking mi otherwise than painfully embarrassing Tennessee miles north of Stanford on th Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. ated about five years ago, and have had, since leav- Uush llranchiii ventory, had n firo or uro you going to to have the document that may fSMttSitttSjiSSSjn3 piVe, opposite the old church. There This farm, formerly known us the Jacob duest bo put seven or eight children, all are about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance move out? contains forth, rejected by tho people and espec- ing Indiana Mrs. Matson hero had been of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling Merchant That shows how little you of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new now dead, Acres Excollont Land, Wo havo ially if this should bo dono by an over- divorced from her husband, but Dr. barn: is well watered and fenced. Possession can know about storokeeping. immediately. For HUSTONVILLE, KY. merely been waiting on n lady who whelming majority. Tho nvalancho of Matson, so both sides say, has never be givenStanford, or write particulars, sev J. P. In prime couditon, and wellof improsed, lying llaiiey, the nndersigncd at Crab Orchard, Are still In the business and partly in the limits ot the town E. WITHERS. dropped in for a paper of pins. New criticism that has been passed upon the thing in the Undertaking l.ne. readv m a . ?r,. wife. The Cincinnati, Ohio. on the L. & N R. R. divorced from his first have iul1 work of tht convention does not seem been York Weekly. The farm is divided nearly equally by the pike stock of Cases and Caskets of all T.,? Kobi leading South from to n. ihere being 173 acres on of every description wife here claims that the doctor was mansion house, to havo made the slightest impression .I,- new en be i,l, on which is the on sho" WE WILL SEND married to his first wife, while A (iruiit Scirelty. brick of 7 rooms, ,:. large' roomy and a majority of the members, though never ....iini'i house, stab esc, and overhigh t tho now cruiser upon bis mother has a certif1. says that By some also would bo unjust to assume that some the son THE INTERIOR JOURNAL the Wot side 105 acres, which has&c. a comfortSan Fraucisco was bo built that coal it able Iraiue residence icate of her marriage framed and hung I will sell the place as a whole, or if desired must lw carried to her and emptied into of thoso of recognized ability, do not in their home. The doctor and his first IN CLUH WITH wiIImjII either of the tracts singly Either will couven her bunkers from baskets. That is not chafe under tho torrent of ridicule that wife were raised from childhood togethmake an elegant and comfortable home, and the 2 Houses and Lots tent to schools, churches, good turnpikes bo bad aa it might bo. If tho coal had to has been potired upon tho performances er The Mrs. Matson hero holds a lifo in McKInnov Both desirable horn... For bo carried in scuttles, it would bo ueces-ear- of that body during the last six months. insurance in her favor in tho Knighta of DEMOREST MAGAZINE r" Persons desirous of inspecting the place will be information and term;, address to engago n force of hired girls to One of the incideuts connected witu tho Honor for $2,000. Jsotluug hko this has shown over it by James Hays, now residingaton the MRS. SUSIE S. ADAMS prmies. For terms apply or address tne Dan- happened in London beforo and a ONE YEAR.FOR $3.50. load her. Not enough men who aro convention deserving of . J, West Mai. Street, Jho greatest ever lor ttlO property 19 uiwiu to lawsuit JAS. W. GUEST. able to carry a scuttlo of coal could bo ensure is tho persistent W.P.WALTON, - Stanford. Ky. and protracted follow. Qx- found in tho United States. Buffalo uii-niihe-for- e. piistor. ttrkaitinti nf liiu tftu'ii uiMiL'iittr wmtlil iwit hl n.'" ,"' ,t ' ...... r Irish Potatoes, -"- '' Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and I Iocs at ' T iari,l.nl FARRIS& HARDIN'S, TRUTHS HARDHT. 111 tint-kin- g 1 Kn-glis- h TIBGH! rent-lie- 1 - WlULliAMB Per THOROUGHLY ni'-oiuri- n "y Rates IMPROVED. Manager. car-loa- d The Old Reliable Jeweler m in the Lead. -- A-- Hsri e, brio-a-br.i- u gf A. R. Penny i rtib-bin- ir 1 he bric-a-brac.- " rc m MMmx' Watclies and Jewelry m 1 k Sfiiii to " bric-a-br- ;0 Go B. F. ROUT'S -- 1 1 -- j Qrocerios, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- I tions, Etc., 1 m :r5unEYoriar URES frilS CELEBRATED OUGHS OLDS 20 YEARS. I t winii-pulT- t, 11 111 THE RILEY I NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Sp-c- pay-b- c t, Sj-t- ' II. FARMER, TOiYSORUL ARTIST, -t H!B' 111 96-t- Choice 1 Farm Farm For Sale. FOB home-stea- d, 280 .. J. T. STTTTON" & CO., 1 well-bui- lt I no'"""" -- I...-,,- .., FOB SaXEr y "'"f' '3T 'iiigimr ly -- Semi-Week- Interior Journal Ky F , STANroitnr Maucii 24 ISO W. WALTON. NOTES. NEWSY The estate of "Diamond .loo" Reynold is worth almost $10,000,000. nt Fuel iras is to bo imuiufai-turc200,000 company. Mnysville by A. W. Thnrman has resigned of the National base ball board. Charles X. Felton was elected United Suites Senator by the California Leg- islature. 13-ye- i ) JM u ' h Mike O'Donuell was frhot and killed in Louisville by Willie Thurman, a old boy. The Court of Appeals has appointed G. B. Mr. Longmoor's brother-in-law- , Addains. clerk. Yc big Goods, Kalamazoo farm sales for 1SD0, were of over ere front, I Inn :J5 head for STO.llot., an uverojju in. to give $2,027 per bead. people, of SI Henry Avelin.nn actor of considwill, benefit of erable note, committed suicide in .New IVorsfeas m. ail. York by taking poison. cheeked, '20c, i)cr JSJc; n .Indue Itichaid II. Stanton, the XUc well, Kentucky jurist and statesman, .Motions Goods died ut Mnyaville Friday. hours, burned down the district school Paris Kentuckian. Gibbs Bros , this county, sold to The Union Pacific railroad company house. week, Received, Woodford W. Longmoor, JClerk of Rice and Fox Bros., this week, 14 bend will put on u mortgago of $2o0,000,000, S1 the Court of Appeals, died suddenly nt of yearling mules at$S:5 per head. Thos. the largest ever recorded. W. Miller, for B. Walker bought of J. Goods Wm. A. Powell has been appointed Frankfort Frid.iy. His death is lamentGoods. Come look of postmaster at Richmond, in place of ed by the entire State regardless of Col. Jo Einbry, of Madison, a pair of politics. work mules fo"r$:i25. W. L. Todd, Sr., Joseph B. Willis, removed. lie A mob broke up an Italian indigna. bought of Silas Cobb, of Madison, u nice Gov-aA salvation army man named tion meeting at Troy, X. Y. The buildjack lor ji.iwi). uenir.ti recwho is u contestant in n New York ing was bombarded with cobblestones, ord. crazy in the ring. walking match, went piMol shots were tired, but no one was vonesuny to Lytic ll. tluiisousoHi m The safe in the post ollice at Paris, injured. Illinois patties a pair of nobby road A. Vltr.ANSICY, and $700 or ?S00 takou, was blown-opeWilliam Smith, the murderer of An Bros, of Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .HANKS AND GAKXtZKf, besides registered packages and 12,tXK) (Jrew GH)bS( jn powt.n county hist Aug mares for $500. The Holloway Columbia, bought on Monday of Florstamps ust, has been found guilty at Stuiton, Miss Xancy Snelling, of Mt. Ster- and sentenced to death. This is this ence Yowell 22 mule colts at $5S and of Bucklcn's Arnica Salve R. Gentry t "" ling, deserted her husband and family first verdict of tho kind ever returned in Robinson & li vens IS at $52. the orl(l fur cut, hrui.it, The lel sold to A. J. Ryan, of Oregon a or, uLrr.sutw in it Son r'u'iint, fver ore, Utirr, cii Clunles Stevison, a Powell county. and eloped with n4 aM kii. rr .p etl thilhlin, bay coit by Gentry's Gambettn for 1 750. lion hjBil,...mv.l iiiri'icorr jHle, or In) pay tciuir m x.-- . farm baud. 11 and Little Will Sterrett, of the Midnight They also sold a fleci Jtil.. r, by the same wl. It i KiwrrnctJ t Ki r i. Cain. J. R. Howard has been ap- Sun, published at Owensboio, refeiredi Wicr a$ ewtti or money relundtU hors-to an Indiana party for $5i0. Ad- Vox mI y A K. l'eiHV, Ssunlurd, Ky. pointed postmaster ut Lexington in place editorially to Editor Woodson, of tho vocate. of W. S. McChesney, hoe commission Messenger, as "a miserable, contempt!-- 1 IK i Tho Firm Step m IiUi The advertisement f Belmont Chief ,n t hWiiiM III does not expire till December. l'.!rhp oii ai run (town, cin'l ble liar, a sneaking cur and n coward S(W) appears in this issue. This is one lti. un'l thin!. .n I Jo lhiii: lo our ,n Mechanicsburg, O., has a ghost that who is afraid of daylight." u wonder what aila you. of the finest horses in this section and ifcf.ii.tiin, and lh jrnin. ye are laliig the 'rt .hould heed not only awakens the inmates of itlioinfc John C. Wicklitle, who figured so Repairing neatly ami prompttotrttim. Vou need tnlo at that place, but sets the breakfast table, prominently in the Mafia trouble at Xew Mr. J. P. Crow has a bonanza in him. tteii and ierui Miller yo will find tin fi, n Kleclnc tome ylem i Mr. Crow has already booked live very ri'N.edy for reloriliC ly done rings the bell and then departs. tondinon rMi Orleans, resided in Xicholasville from Surnnin re- - i normal, hanuKimelv bred mares from .Michigan, Irllow thfhealthy thru Nerve Twm and Allrratue nominati.e.if Ed. Parker, of Laurel, was . 1S70 to 1SSJ and was railroad agent for X'hic a return. KUJ' dnedwa i rri r All I Vermont, several from Ohio c.iir at-li- t , . , i ted at the republican convention at Lou- tuu Vjiuciiuuut . cutiuiurii iu uiiu piuce. two aroin and the lirr and kidnejn iwumt heullln j t.on J ,"1 t.i ii . iKl oi m! r m i v' i s fstan'oni, K) ) and number from other States which Try hullle l'fke jo tet al A K rennj 'Ol don for State Senator, in the 17th sena- He also practiced law there. speaks very highly for his horse. Ho dru$ tturc torial district. It took 'M7 ballots. An examiner has charge of the Key- is now engaged in grading a The stock of the George A. Kennard stone Xational Bank, of Philadelphia. ' Lincoln Stock Farm, near ft'. e le.pt. .1 ih. W .;. TL , ;. i- Wholesale Grocery Company, at St. The concern had a deposit account of track at Mr and Mr. lore . ami .r jC7a which will be one of the fastest ov I.iKhthou.e at h.nd Ika.h. . - , ." J, " -Joseph, Mo., was entirely destroyed by about Sl,o00,000 and hail been weak y.ur. ld U.l A ijril ! x tracks in the State. Read Bel- bled w.th a .UiiRhter mml. MIoi.cNi 'vitk a' v, J with fire. Loss $120,000; insurance $S0,000 .lieH. taken and turning into a ftner l".Kior: since a run upon it last December. The J. .ovuh mont and Sumac's descriptions and pedi ilnwdful uik! at .Diiiriiit treated her, hut m Dr. John D. Woods, an elegant municipality of Philadelphia had $400,-00- 0 at h me grces on our local page. he k,rew won raidly until h wai a uir-- ' democrat and a splendid old gentleman, trmd t)r km'. on deposit. handful f l.one." I hen J. G. Pierce has sold to T. Linier NVw UiM.oery and alter the he eol and a half has announced himself a candidate to rea The Commonweal, Jlr, of Mill Springs, his jack, Longstreet, for bottle, was completely cured. lt( I her ay (old rl;hlin represent Warren county iu the Legisla- cently started utMaysville, is receiving a Kiiif(' New I)ii.over ikuorth We arc closing out our stotk of Gibbs" Imperial, Iron licnm, Chambought u lot of et )ou i) Ret you a trial bottle Ircc at A K. $500. George Jones ture. great many complimentary mentions drug .lore. steers the past week at 2J; and one yoke pion and Oliver htccl aiul Combination I'lous AT COST. When vc It is reported from Washington thot from the State press. It is a most excel- 4 Mllon' Nrvo nnd Llvor Pills say cost, we mean cost. all the Italians slain by the Xew Orleans lent paper and is deserving of any ami ut :U cts. Ho bought ii,.,,. year old mule Acton a He sold 14 Homach andnew principle reflating the A lirr, Tartt.r for new We have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" Chilled I'low, the com mob were naturalized Americans, which an goou uniigs uuu are sdiu bno thrimeh the nere. iiuum 11 head of cattle to Tate A Catron for $11:5 ditcovery Dr. Mile- 1'ilU speedily cure IhIk-of the protest of the Italian Success disposed I",,M. coiHtJkiii ing How. and these must go to make room for them. badtatte. torrid to Editor Gaines. nwllil. Master Commissioner S. A. Xewell sold iiom, government. Unoqimlml for men. women, children Choice lot of home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and Rev. John S. Small wood, of Virgin tlio A l. Wnnil iMt.ito nt Hk enurt liniisi' mildest, urct so dole 7$ celiU. '"ample. Wisconsin penA life convict in the A. II Penny'., Suiif.nl Oats. ia, n young colored orator, has signed a dofjr , )Vw sa)(l ,,0 WJ,t, ?- ncM8 itentiary suggests to the secretary of the at Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. Tho Flnost on Earth. navy that the deficiency of men in tho contract to lecture in r.urone on "thei,.r H. Warren at S400: '2 151 acres to W. Dayteu R K i The Full stock of Hardware and Groceries. race problem in America" for $00S0 for W. Taylor at $145; 10J. acreH to J. J. the onlyCimtnnati, Hamilton Perfected Safel line running Pullman'. navy be made up from the inmates of VcMibulcd Irain, with Chair Parlur 0 niontliB. Tho United Literary and Stiadoan at sliOO, 50 acres to James the penitentiaries. nnd Dining Car servue between Cincinnati, a c SIM. J N Mr.NKrT.E is to pay only line run and ("hicajjo John Wigginton, father of the boys Lectuiing Society of England at $'2); 100 acres fto John Hall at l.ns Throuuh Kcclininc and i thr t tween Cln-Chair Car the amount as well as the expenses of $MX); liSO acres to II. It. Xewell at JIJ.OOO nnntl, Keokuk and Springfield, J II. andMieping who poisoned Messrs Ferguson and Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the He also sold the laml of the late Rebec Or Watts at Mt. Sterling, has also been im- the lecturer. Only Five thoustnd Italians ca May field at S500. He also sold to lletwern Cincinnati. Dlroct Lino Toledo, plicated and he now languishes in the Dayton Lima, The best selected tock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. met in Xew York nnd clamored for repa- W. F. Gover L'7 acres ut JS0. Somerset the Lake Region and Canada. cell with his sens. I he road i nc of the oldest in the State ol SASH, Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati over aj LUMBZSK, at Scrub i ration for the killing of the Xew Orleans Reporter. Lewis Purdy, mile of doutletraLk, and fromit lat record can DOORS, during Mafia assassin. It was with difficulty Oak, X'. Y., who was appointed more than astureiU patrons .peed, corwfurt and LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. a was prevented, so eager was afetv of President William that riot IILINDS. the administration SIIHNG, ana ec mat iney Tuketton ale J. D. Stone has had the gripp for rid C , II AD. everywhere, out of Cincinnati, either in or Henry Harrison, and has held the ollice tho crowd to shed somebody's blood. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Indunapoli or Toledo. Mass meetitms were also held at Phila- several days, but is better at this writcontinuously, is dead. E. O McCOKMICK, delphia and Pittsburgh. General Paiencr and uket Agent ing. There was another bad break in the lien. Joseph E. Johnston died just We carry a full stock of everything found in a It has quit raining, the sun is shinLouisiana side of the Mississippi river TIlOtlKUIMlri before midnight Saturday. He had been ing once more and the farmers aro as on Ilcurt I) eur, Dr In nwm oik levee Saturday in Fast Carroll Parish, prri.iul-l- e suffering from heartalTectio'ii, which was busy as bees plowing and getting ready Fruuk.ln Mile the rmli-i- l and all ttrorts to close it were fruitless. aggravated many new uml itnrlliiig fact. TliomrtniU of hxamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract by a severe cold contracted for their crops. pciitils arc Mow.)- poikoniin; llicms'ilvv A large area of cotton lands will be inu nl lf. tiemr'vi. at Gen. Sherman's funeral, and his adSINK & MKXKFKK, Stanford, Ky. The Alliance man lecturod at the bacconnd aicohol. Iiy the ore Hoort mitre. In for building. Whips, undated Tlio vanced age almost precluded his recove Tuesday night, but the ciiuilng it to beat r.ipidl)-- . thu tjrailu ally wcr It is charged that the State of Penn- ery under tho circumstances. With his Inn It out. producing linrlneH of linmth. when fanners didn't take hold worth a cent. (lerclMiif, in Hide and nhoulder. Hungry JKtf- - LOW 1'RIChS. '&. sylvania has been robbed of $1,085,000 1891. 1891. Finally death, following so closo upon that of Really everybody had left tho court- - nnd fnint spc. . wuulteiird mnl fa lure and Midof soldiers' orphans' irrilntrtl heart by the management For den ileulti his old antagonist, Gen. Sherman, passes house before he got through his talk. pre every hero highly recommend th the schools, and eight men are named as l hy Dr. Frnnklln New I'uiu il iway the last of tho treat captains of the J. P. Wilkins and Judge Myers are Miles. lleiirt is fur a:o ct-iat A.lt.l'cnnvKlauford which having accumulated fortunes from such civil war. getting their storehouse uuder good The Woiidcrfiil Tower. stealing ranging from $00,000 to Fanners and plowmen know that the Oliver Chilled Plow is the Lawrenco ftnrrett died Friday night headway on the north side of Main TJiu lnsnest .triirliirtIII Ihu or.d U F.lftol best plow on earth. Trices greatly reduced. No. A. for 54.50, formTower, nl I'un I,iki feel hlpli. Hut trincroat at tho Windsor hotel, Xew York, of Robert Skillmau, the Louisville heart failure. He was unconscious but street. They think they will bo ready dlcnrcry nt l)r FrnnUIln Milt ih n ttnln to erly $5; No. ,. $6, formeily S6.50; No. 10 $7, lormerly $8; No. 13 goods by the tntver fiiralinvn If in prumntliit; human medidrummer, who was shot at Columbus, a short while before his death, which to bring on their stock of ami hciiltli. Thii uondurful nerve build, up Mornnut .j.trni, cure fit, $8, formerly So; No. 19 58. 50, formerly Si o; No. 20 So, formerly first of May. cine O., by Lambert Goldsmith, another trav- was unexpected, as his condition uervo i protr.tt!on. had S10.50; No. !:. So 50, formerly Si 1; No. 30 S9. 50, lormerly Si 1; No. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Clark's little ipasms. Iieitrlaih". .leoplcasnt-.H- . iiHinth J eling man from the satno city died Fri- not been regarded as dangerous before uln, .rxuul K. Miller, of ValpaMrs. 40 So. SO, formerly $1 1. Mouldboards, Landslides and Standards day. Goldsmith has been returned to Thursday. His last illness dates from baby, about three months old, died Fri- troubles, etc. J John f l.oKansporL t). Tnvlor raiso, Intl.. uml Intl.. gained '.' pounds u month while lulling have also joined the army of low prices and are furnished cheaper the Columbus jail to await a trial for Wednesday, when he was obliged to day nt 12 o'clock. It was taken sick it Finely lllutrsiU-- trcnuliseon "nrrvous ills- than ever before. Hear this fact in mind, that the Oliver Chilled hives. Their Tuesday night with tho murder. quit tho theatre on account of a severe friends sympathize with them in their ear" and s.imph'K. Ix'ltlu of tho Meliorative Plows are better known, have reached a larger sale, have had a longroiiny's who cuarautees Nervine, fric at A. The Louisville Times is authority cold. With the exception of Booth and IL er run, have proved more popular and given better satisfaction than bereavement. for the statement that W. McClelland Jefferson, Ilarrett was perhaps the ablest Messrs. John Stone and Jess Sweeney any other plow on the face of the globe. Don't be deceived by imiJohnston, Surveyor D. R. Collier's chief actor on the American stage. of Lancaster, are the guests of Uncle tations, but see that the name of "Oliver" is on all the wearing parts. Miles deputy, will resign his Sl,S0O position. Mat Wilkinson. J. L. Seivers, hardware 1)0 received till Saturday, CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Mr. Johnston is a Garrard county boy March 38th, llidi will man, is stopping at the Wilkinson for the grading, masonry, hridums mid.McAilam-irin- c and we believe he is too sensible n man the Stanford and Logans Creek Turnpike, The constitutional convention pro- House: Dr. Alcorn, of Hustonville, about of iHoinile in length. Call .it I) W to give up such a soft snap as he now vided and examine profile, specification, &c the legislature may arrange parsed through our town yesterday ou that lias. K. T. i'ENCK, lreident. that in any or nil civil trials a verdict his wuy to Dunnviilo to seo Mr. John L. & X. train leavThe may bo reached by tho concurrence of Rice, who is very low with consumping Louisville at 2:15 Saturday afternoon of the jury. tion. was wrecked within the city limits. The Tho constitutional convention has Foaled bids be received for the engine left the track and several cars decided Wife You don't tell me that Prof A School Houkc willwhite School Districterection of u No. 3, 2 in that no mention of what is miles north of Stanford, until March 7, 1B91 nt 3 Engineer George Burwere- - overturned. known as tho State's compact with Vir- has been struck dumb? o'clock p. m. For plan and .peclfication, apply And he at the oflice of the County rtiipenntetidant at gess was killed and Fireman Al Krick-Ho- ginia shall be made in Husband Yes; last night. the new constituStanford. We retrvs the rictit to accept any bid badly hurt. Several passengers re- tion. was master of seven languages. ifiven or reject nil bids lor same. It was also decided that the secGKO A IIENKD1CT, Chairman. ceived slight injuries. possible? And was ho Wife Is it tion on general provisions shall provide I'OKTKK ROIUNSON, Truitee. 104. td Tho private banking firm of Theo. struck dumb in all seven? Texas Sift-i- n that wage earners employed in the Schwartz & Co., Louisville, has failed. mines, factories, workshops and gs. by cor About $700,000 was involved, for which porations shall be paid in lawful curren Too Costly Goodman "It's ashuine for and P. W. GREEN, Proprlotor. the disabled house did not have $10,000 ey of the United States. ho treated you so, but you should heap Tho individual members of to show. I have recently taken charge 01 this "Caatorl&Uso well adapted to children that coals of fire on his head." Caatorla curra Colic, Constipation, C. M. Spoonamore says that ho has Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high Kour Btmuacli, Dlarrha'O, Eructation, firm have also assigned. The bank'a the I recommend Una superior to coal at the present standard. Special attention given to the traveling Furuiss "With Kill Worm, kleep, and promoted ill- known to me." II. A. ARcniit, 2!. 1)., nuspensI6n was followed by the assign-- - the linest jack in the world. Joe Einccfttlon. price? Xot much;- I'm not bo fond of public. IU So. Oxford St,, Brooklyn, N, Y. Without injurious medication. ment o! tho Union Tobacco Works, bry Is his name and all of the 0 colta that revenge." Judge. First-Clas- s Tn CurriUB Couputr, 77 Murray Street, li. Y. whoso owners aro members of the bank- have come this season are mares. Look In connection. Also ing firm. The failure was caused by a out for tho notice of him aud Mr. S.'a The wife of an Ohio printer asked her gradual falling off of business for several great stallion, Ed Barlow, in our g husband to go to church and tho man Pool and Billiard Parlors. "" columns iu a few days. immediately fell dead. years. 7,.U n jim-jamwell-know- Fon Sai.k. SO ewes nnd lambs. W. W. Hay, Bryantsville. Yestonlay was the day pet for C. K. K. T. Pence sold to J. E. Bruce !) lid. Kinraid's trial at Washington for killing nhcep at So fiO and a cow for $2.". W. P. Taulbee. C. A. Redd lias for sale 18 long yearIn the recent bombardment of Pisa-gnu- , ling mules and 5 long lm Chili, by the insurgent war ships, Dr. I B. Cook bought of Thomas nearly L,000 people perished. House UN farm of 150 acres for $7,100. The. Hiittield McCoy feud that has Foil Sai.k IJO bushels of cultivated cost 100 lives has been settled by the hemp seed:? years from imported seed. marriage of one the Iluttloldd to a Miss J. Bright. .Mi Coy. Corn is selling at $tt 25 per barrel in G. W. Goodpaster, of Montgomery, Harrison, 1:5.110 in Madison and &! at county, has assigned to H. A. .Mitchell this place. assutts 800 acres of Liabilities stnkes of the The 1, 2 and !5 year-olland valued 552,000. Madison County Fair, at Richmond, The directors of the C. X. O. & T. 2t close April 1, ISM. P. railway have declared a dividend of R. R. Early fold to various parties of per cent., payable April 20, to stock20 work mules 10 at $171 each and Id holders of record April 10. at an average of about $Uo. Midway -- A step-soof Senator Vance, who Clipper. was a guest of the White House in WashHahr & Kahn.of Middlesboro bought s and ington, was overcome by of R. 11. Broiuiugh. 41 head slop cattle created a sensation by jumping from o be delivered April 15th at 1512 to the 2d story. to 4.12. W. II. Polk disposed of an interest Beazley Bros , had an oiler of $700 in the Middlesboro Democrat to his son, for their tine young siddlo stallion, SilJohn K. Polk, and Henry Lewis and the ver Tip, by Silver King, a few days ag) stylti of the firm will be the "Demorcrat but of course they did not take it. Priuting Company." James Mlllei, of Sunny Side Stock Three small Shelby county, Tenn., Farm, sold to D. H. Clark, of Athens, youths are in jail at Memphis for arson They weie short on geography, and a Ohio, the seven $10,00(1. revenge for being kept in after school by BourlKiii Wilkes. Price $.HMJ,74G.X1. Wood-rufTho shortage of ollicially stated, is of Arkansas as r, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. PBWM Prices J nrMP JJuuii lUllUlIU, 8 1 1 9 But will talk, much, louder this week, which, will be a &3XA WEEK . the ouiSYille Store - J n, arc receiving every day qu an tides of Spring and Summer 'ich are bought at the cheapest prices obtained am this State and ire are determined the ah ford aid- vicinity the it. Prices talk, therefore read the following. Calico, new oc per yara; spring styles, colors from, oc per uard, an: black and white and fancy Worsteds at yard, worth. - JJriUantincs yard, worth ,,)c. Safccts, $c. ts as all other Dry and. equally as cheap. the first .shipment of Mather's selflaci,; h'id Glnrcs. this Every pair guaranteed, pair, the latest and most comfortable thing out. Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Furnishing O'.r Carpet, Depart iieUs arc the latest style in and and. ire are convinced that full our prices will ma you uuij all you need for the money. THE l t LOUISVILLE -- 4 STORE I'roprielor. Malingers. , f fsjrSW R0BT. PENZEL, ft , )'' ;n' "TwAffCHtssr Work Warranted. iv' , ..i. Watclics Spuciall. it-V-li -- H hulf-inil- e C... lV J"W ffl, half-mil- e d-- ls.. I'Tf ''X ly to s - I'. fr-a- t j A-- r Hig-gin- s c hot-heade- d Ile-tro- Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, post-mast- - 1 WOVEl? WIRE AND SliAT PEITCE. FIRST CI,i5LSS LUMBER Y1HD. v -- - - wuak-enln- court-hous- In-- art The "OLIVER1' LEADS the Procession. $U00,-00- 0. - luppl-tiei- s dittl-nni- . d Two td To Lot, df Turnpike. J. B. FOSTER, Agent. Vandc-veer- 's south-boun- d three-fourth- s To Contractors. n M1TDGHS HOXJSltS, n jAy7oS15SSSiBSiiHHBaHHHeiiflHHHBBMK Infants Children. lM-- a - Sample Room adver-tl&iu- tii fe"& i'TI II gil "TU" HMuati i.ifcfSsiltiil fc Stani-ohh- , Z2ZZ Fiikbii lot of Xeigler llros.' bIiocs at S. ' ILShanka'. iioon work horse for pale. M. F. Klkiu & Co. Fhiihii fish on Wetmesdaya and Saturdays at M. F. KkiintCo.'a. NKW AIlVKFtTISKJIKXTS. Ky., - Maiumi '21, 1801 B.O.WALTON, BUS. MDnORor MEANS BUSINESS. n ml Yorii nccount is tltiu ready. Call mil settle nml oblige A. It. lVmty. PERSONAL POINTS. Mn. T.. I. Mlt. 1 1 .lOHKI'll H Armenia .MlCl.AIIY very ill. i llltt' nick. in VIS Mil I. N. Siikitaiiii, of .Monticullo, v i h i 1 r frtt'inlH lim MllH. Plllt. SoDIlN, of l.)tlirivllll!, JH JtitiH Iter p.iri'iiH ut Kowliwiil. Dit. K. C. Mohoan in prHuMiHiiK liia jtroft'Huion at limtiMtT tiiiri week. .MlSrt M I.S.NIK Ull'I.KY Is vicitiiiK hrr Hiwtur, Mm. Dr. llotirinun, in Marion. Wn.i. Siia.nkh ami Carroll lJailcy, of Contro Colli'p1, Hjii'iitSuiiilay at liomu. Mim. Jok I'kn.nmimkkii anil Mr. F. M. Howe, of K inH vilk, Mru in town Fri-tinMu. 0. J. Chow Iiuh boon visiting !iin tliuiKlitur, MrH. J. II. Vanliook, at l!rod-litmi- l. Mim Doi.i.ik William, a pctittf lieim-t- y of the Wi-n- t Finl. in the mient of MIm X Julia 1'oytop. Miw. Jakk Hohk, of J unction City, Iiuh V. Union at outfit the i'fHt of Mrs. 1 the Myrrti House. Miih. .1. .M. C'(mk Jfwie I'mik, of of MrH. li. It Coonor. Hon. John Yovm. ISmohn. comlitlnto for Kgviimor, &itunlrty on Iiim .Mift'.Sllic and llnvtinvill, nr KtifHlH hid iNirwi through thin city way to lniMMtcr. IIi'i.i., of Mi.hllfclKiro, Oait. V. M. Two humlriHl dolluia a kieiMfius to be the price fixed by Uw visiting frit nd at .liinrtion City, return iiK)ii OHiilntory dfhghta in Tenuese. h1 to liur honiM at .MhMlttthoto Sutur-tinA man down theiu was fined WOO for kiting a woman three times. At that Miw.M. !'. l'.i.Ki.s and Miw I.miro rat the average youth in these juuta hitvo rttiiriitd fnun Indianapolis, could only afford about one kisa in two whom tlii-- Iwiihl mu ionium.-- (dock of years. miUinury. Ha.msky bits been kid up Mk. MimNkttik Whay. who hm boon via- for a we-or two with an attack of the ItliiK livr rioter, Mih. .1. T. I.ynn, in for tin Intel .loveml mouth., has gripH but Ida store h furnishiHl with the best beef the mtfrket ali'ordu, Mil the ruturnod liomu. same. l'xhmton (iszelte. Can it be V. h. McCaiitv, of KinHvillf, panned through t litrt iilui'n Friday unroot.) to that our Louis bus discarded the paint WilliftiiiNhurv loBw bin falhor, Mr. J. L. brush for the butcher knife. ThcnMnust be Mime mistake about it. MrCarty, ho in juitv III. MiNt A.nmk Whav 1iiib rctiirnvd from Tiik elegant monument of Mr. A. M. Loulrivillr, where whe Hpent rsevornl tlaya Swope has arrivetl and will be placed in in mnkiiiK pnrrbiiM'S for her iiiilliunry the cemetery this week. It will be by Btoro on LuuiiMtcr ntrvot. far the finest in our cemetery ami will TiiKoditor to return hifl warm mark the resting place of u son that LinOht tluwikft to Mrn. U. J.Uiow, Mta. U. coln county is justly proud of. The II. Hrut'O, .1. I. Crow ami other friends base of the monument is 8 feet square for highly appreciated favora. and it will gracefully taper upward near-lTil k editor instill very ill. lie linn takr() feet. en no nourishment to poak of for the Tin: Glasgow Times has this to say of past two wueka and ia consequently uh weak as it ia poeriblo for a pernou to the next auditor of Kentucky: "lion. Pick Warren, of Stanford, made un exbe. cellent speech at the last Mu. CJiotikik 1). U'ka nits, a valued Monday in support of his claims for HiibaorilHT of the Keiat'T, accompanied by hia wife, cnuio up on Wednca-da- State auditor. Mr. Warren is a fine good speaker and from .Stanford. Mr. Wearen favor-ct- l looking gentleman, a democrat from the ground up. His tho Iteiflter with a call. Riuhiuond speech Monday was a tine etl'ort and did HcKiater. himself as well as the democrats good." Miia. K. 1). Tottp, at tho solicitation of the reotor, Ima become n regular mein Foil the benefit of i hose who are not bur of Christ Church rhoir.uud ia adding thoroughly sutiatled with Mr. ltright's much to thn musical portion of the ser- solution of his biblical puzzle in regard vices. .She takes tint alto part in tho to the number of Jacoh'a kindred, that excellent quartette. Ixington Leader. gentleman lias prepared the following: Mlt. tiKouiiK K. Sto.vk, of Liberty, will We find in tho let chapter of Fxodus, soon move to Knoxville, to practice his th erse, that the number of sons that profession, An elegant Ketitlt.'iiiiui, a came out of the loins of Jacob were 70 no lawyer and a thoroughbred demo- souls. These were the direct descendcrat, wo predict for him a brilliant fu- ants of Jacob and in Uuucflia It' chapter ture in the prosperous city that he oea and -- 7th verse, "all the souls of the to. of Jacob which came iuio Kgypt Mlt. M. Salisokii, who was manager house were threescore and ten", which I think of the Ix)iilavillu atore for a couple of had reference to Jacob's blood relations years, and who still baa a largo interest and Acta 7th chapter verso included in it, ia hero this week. He ia just back the wives of Jacob's bous (Genusii 10 from New York, wheru be bought nearchapter and L'litli verso) four in number ly $100,000 worth of goods for his various and Joseph's wife, already in Kgypt, stores. made the 73 spoken of by Stephen. The, Dit. J. F. I'kyton received n telegram word kindred is not used in the old testo conic to tho bedside of Mra. B. W. tament in relation to Jacob and in the Smith, at Tomatola, N. C, but on ac puzzle tho word kindred was used. count of bis numerous patientH hero hu could not leave. Mrs. It'.'ii Spalding, of Tiik book entitled "Tho Kentucky Iiubanon, and W. It. Hill, of thiscounty, Democratic Organization" compiled by left immediately, however. the Stnto Central Committee, Gen. John It. Castleman chairman, nfay be a very "ciTYANFvTdiNITYr useful publication, but if the rest of the Sekd Potatoes, fiohl nntl garden seed counties faro as badly as Lincoln it is too full of errors to go out to tho public-Fo- r nt J. It. Foster's. instance it makes J. "P." Paxton Takk your eggs to Joo S. Jones nml chairman of the Lincoln county commitget lL'i cents per dozen. tee, when his second initial is "It."; John Chnppell is put down as a memAm. kinds of freBh enndiea, fruits, etc. ber of tho committee from Waynesburg; just received nt U. Zimmcr's. L. I Dawson, who lives near town, is i 2f, Y. Skkd Potatoks, Onion Sets and credited with Huston ville us bis voting Garden Seeds nt A. A. Wnrren's precinct; J. M. Cook, who has lived ut IIiiBtonville for years, is Btated us belongWk have a now button mnchino and ing to Crab Orchard; W. F. Camden, of can make different sizes and of nearly Wuynesburg, hi said to bo from Kings-ville- . nuy fjoods. Severance Son. w.hilo W. L. MaCarty, of Kings-villT is charged with being n member Mostickixo is to have a bank, snys tho Somerset Reporter, nntl nil of the from "Towusvlllo," wherevor that may -. capital stock, save $15,500, has already be. Dr. Moore, tho welbkno n democrat, of McKinney, is stated as a "Walbeen taken. nut Flntite" und William Grimes, of Siikiukk Moohe, of Laurel, took Itetb Preacbersville, is put down as from Pasen, who has been confined In jnil Highland. Jim Carter, tho mighty here, to London Sunday, where ho will tho Highland neighbortry to get ball. hood, is registered ns a citizen of tho An Easter servlco of Bacred music, tab- Hubble vicinity, and George P. Bright leaux and recitations will bo held on comes lastly as the committeeman for Saturday evening, March 2Stb, 1891, Stanford, when it is well known that he lives at Hubble. at 7:30. Admittance 25 cents. 1 1 y. 151-1k lou-iHvlll- IHiwwl through Friday on hi to MlKHQiiri, were htt jh to In nwrriwd. Mfew 1'attih Thimhi.k, who tuts boon wy W. IS. YAItKON Wantkm Pupils In Hhorlhiind by an cheap. experienced stenogrngher. Address him ll r candiiititr in fill out unetpirrd tttrm olC otinly McKINNKY, KENTUCKY. Judc maU' vrnt y the .tailh of Judge T. V. nt this nlllru. VarH, tu!jtct iu the action of the Democratic IIiMiM.u.iiT lire proof oil to be found 9 party IIII.V llltl.KD ON' IIhkii Ghixi.ky'b cold wave failed to at It. K.,t W. II. Wearen'a. TIIIY nilKKU ON. materialize and thus another wrong prenSTotiae I Tiiy Trvphosa, a splendid headwaah, diction is added to that prognostioator's nt Jesse Thompson's barber fihop. 'in tbMVliol.lertof iheCnih Orch.nl anil Kegi'tcred as flub t ink Trial long list. lMrnpikeCo are thut an by be held the turn- lloifciti Crab l.Hi will Saturday, jtApril lirrly- notified nlHcen In Sired f'edthe gre.it llelmnnt f. s.re of t Nu'w md Arthurs Ski: our new line of ladies and 'gents' "K. WvlnosmM A.v L. A X. conductor remarked to an Orchurd mi ivand 36 a ) list and tire of 14. 4tli to.lwt 25 i.mi;l.ter. the dams of u in t 39 Iim. silk umhrelhis. Sevenince I. J. man the other day, thai more peo- rti the mwiiitc Car. Ilu Mim h aj, llwi. Son. 7 J II COM.II'K. t'renidpilt. Stand ird Rule 6. ple meet the train at ami this CiKoiim: ltniditss, who who killed in Kirtt dair lletlfe Kn kead bv Cotitrnrto- 104 Sired by Sult.m , ,. UkctiJ 1 . place than any towns on the Knoxville Mra ul lr Ww.t , j tmirpi t.,r was sirtt iy Sire of Mamboul .. Kv , Iuif, Aletiter 1 stsM the L. N. wreck near Iniisville, was a division. vJiAjiJjD. AJax, lull t.rih-- r i.Or.iKe (.in n .,,),, Sweetheart , i and t fitt ami grariHrT brother of Kngineer Fred Iturgew, of in Ch troctoi's dam lads in j to list. . llambltttnlai. ijf, I, r to I iiavk just returned from Mr HvcenU I).inUi I'r.tu of I.exirton. Ky., (.reti First d.m L.dv D.inton by George Wllkat cm, cities the. liowlaud. ami ScntiHil. AjaK tired ; in i jo htt. ha Irenh and lire t inl'.rniiitmn cofliumiiit; with an elegant .nf ppritig bK a i6'4, So .V) 7 1714 IJH, .nd 69 In a as list. Tiik Itichmoiid Itegister ia rather and summer millinery ami cordially inSecond dam Jotie. record , The Great Jennings Fortune, hy Muht Hawk Second daw full iier to J). Monroe taSK, by hard on our little neighboring town, hut vite the ladii-- to call and examine my ,MJ 'lreJof Kt"')(r:r?? a 's- v,,nB" Warren t artf Jim Monroe ijs, vrc nf I.ady VIoHfe rfti, Ksit Annan . '.',. SHtry a at, rd And will tuki' j lraurt' in .nve)in,( mmc . nl 1, i wohl. lV.: ' ,0",p sJhiel 1 it speaks truly when it says the follow1 aoS( ecumreh a ICn lime mjiuj. f jr tutu. ulai. i8o6will Jim .Mom ix by Attn uittcr in. stock. Mia. Kiit. Klkin. Alxlallah .5 ' i.i r AtnerK.ni Id iri Third dam by Vermont Hern 141, tire of Ijdv "Ijtniiister wants' a canning faco ing: M a jo and (Jen Krx.s., sire of Utly Maml , ,51 s I)i:i.botk W. II. Milium, ajioko to a 1 hird dan by Duval! t Manl.riNo, nu tory. A drinking saloon would iy 500 iM and i hlft. Calmors 1 stalboii. 17 in t 30 list. l'rivate per cent, better, and tho drug atorca fair sized audience yesterday in defense in cbir, watfonled in 1M5; he stamts full 16 haodt Well and ...it.,?.,rM0.iN"ri.Cnn:,f U of the constitutional convention. It will would culler accordingly." development, show K g,e. H.!, T.wl',,u"' L "' He a number of speeches to make take quite A Sploadid Bluc-Gya- ss Farm. Tin: Ijtnciister Hurlewiue Co., will the proceedings of the con eon. accept" .. ' -- '"y ") r.. ... yrioDS. IJOSMtUi, ... I... . . ... Mich., that wentiri.1. give an exposition of the Order of Her- able to the average voter pay Jsbb to the -- d" tf jo cules, at their Opera House IIK1.MUN I ClIIKr will make the season of ,8,,, kt my place It On Mar. 1891 ilHar McKin ney at Tin: ladies of the church promises to he an extremely pleasant enI nlfer at the Henry lleter farm to Insure or SSO give it Mrswbirry supper in the 0(60 .!(, pukrU- avrich bottom lint) j ncnr.v ll with Return PriviEege. wc hop Stanford will will tertainment and at ate Maret kept on Boud gratt at $1 per month ; owners' near future. The proceeds will go tow- town in wheat, the balance in !rn. show her usual spirit of liberality by rk. ard frewoing their church and we sinThe lvlliiit kat tix to m nnd is in j;aod sending oxer ,t large delegation. jod well, CROW, cerely trust their commendable enter-priz- e ard andthereua Mw lurn,on the place. fine orchfencing -- rl'mf. II. M. Piper Hk Sin kroki) will be well itatrnnized. Termi lf cAh lmlanc in i and 18 was siieretvful in getting up his dancing month. I'ltwatHcm to kegiteii Hob. i, 1191. CiHtrir Ooi'iir niuveiied at 10 o'clock FOR TIIK UIGGKST- M'hiMl nntl ia nightly teaching his or Apply tB me or ray km, W. A. Tnhble, at more scholar to tiip the light fantastic. yesterday with Judge Morrow on the Stanford, Ky No business was truiiMirted J. K, IT.VTO.V. Col. Miller'sstore mmiiii on Main street bench. if the gnuid jury, Hive the charging is HMtl and Prof. lotte, a good violinist which the judge did bv calling their atfrom lanvil1e, furuishea the iiiihic. law upon the tention to nearly ev.-rSniAW mtitimts aie selling at :l per gal- statute tsxik and cautioning the mem 'I lon in ImiflVille, They are about as ber s to act with the greatest oare in few hit young tia'hon will he permittH to ervc- a Kul inarecat nr stable one mil (torn Urge as a quinine pill! and ale said to be thidiug indit'tmeiiln. un thf The court will pike, .it begin in earnest However, the about as bitter. The grand jury to Incrro a Living; Colt. uhwI by the good sisters of the ia comported of the following gentlemen S12.50 Description anil I'edifim Silver Tip i ft ni c PrtHbyturian church at their supper in with Judge J. A Lvtle foreman: James hay with fint mane and Uil. hind ankles white ui.d think will make tfreal huw hone the near future will not resemble in ei- HiiiMeiar, W. II DiuMerar, Craig Iea'b, llr was .ned ,y the pretiiium va.ldle horsither tHste or mj those ohl in I.ouk-vlil- I) S. Johnson. A I) IbKrt A K. Kln', hehy On lime, he b Stonewall Jack Will sell I Lincoln Stock Farm 1 31 svt--T" BELMONT CHIEF 8689. , - I SXJMAC. ,, - Humbl-tbnlny iJwiN-yb- ,11 hrs.-h- lu-t- eer wni-tnMi- t , a loat-plira- nt i, - . ttu I 1 PUBLICSAI.3S. Saturday, - ll i?r' ''' 'C-l- ar t. m 28, vtimThniu;;w&;'mi"1 S50 the Season, re-ji- r, flm-cla- J. I. Proprietor. One-ha- i -- 9-- tr SILVER TIP. - 1 SU11-lor- d ili btraw-berri- ea to-da- y. ' .1 - -- o. ny, -r - - m J A ii Pmrrrv iii. i I'olb-y- , K. It A Lvtle, Caldwell. Sr.. Havel ICulmnks, G. W. I'm w n, ftm. Iliiriiin. David Scott. Vntflft'it. 1'!ih. Ailaum, J A It ! , A. V. on ' Cat.ljril" he hy ' Silver King's dam Mc-'li- e l"j!r' Silver i'ipt l.fihgtem; tt l da-- o de-ir- ea y meeting of the democratic conn-- ' tliH following ty committee resolution whs adopted: Mas-- con ven-of each of the tioiis of the deiiiiH-tacvoting precincts of Lincoln county are, culled to meet at their respective voting places on Saturday, April U5, ISM, at 2 c. a, to select delegates to meet in convention at the courthouse in Stanford nt 10 a. M. May 2, 1MU, to nnminntu candidates fur the tillicea of county judge antl representative at the ensuing August election. I'.ach committeemitn shall act as temporary chairman .of his precinct mas irieetiug. Kiu'h precinct shall be entitled to one delegate for every llfty votes for Cleveland in 1SS8, ami no precinct is to have lew than two votes. The s precinct meetings may send their instructed or not, as they desire. The following ia the vote to which each precinct is entitled- Stanford Xo. 1, 5; Manford Xo. 2, ', Hubble 2; Huston ville 0; Turnersville .'!, Waynesburg 2; Kingsville 2; Highland 2, Walnut Flat 2; Crab Orchard 3. At n yeab-rda- j 8 1 Skee.ltddle't itt dam Medoc, 1 dam Trumpeter; id dam Arsitut Silver Tip's id Utn wat by Ited Lion. Marat kept at reHinable rates but 110 retpnni-biht- v lor accidentt .r cscapft M.iret patted with forfeit insurance. I.ien retained on tolls for icaton. IIKAZ1.1Y IlKflS . Stanlord, Ky. V'Her. dam was by SVedail.llf. Mrr-- ri famotit t.idd e hotsc, he by Olner, ne by Men njir .M'.iiiice w at sired I y by Voting Amen, a, lJl ffilW S5, AND ' ! I KING BOY. King Hoy it a dark bay, 4 ywars (iM.ifcli.mtli high and it an elegant combined horse lie va tired by llcrtun 1 hone, ho by I)r llcrr't Mambrino Kini:, H.un by Steamboat owned by Chedwell,of Virginia. The dam wat raised by Stephen Sarrp-.onfirt dam by frank VVnlfnrd: id dam by original Jim Hell, id dum by original Denmark, whu rail i c.ntecutnc miles in arace.it Mew Orleans, ,th dam by Sir Kliutt, 5th dam by Gray haglc;(th , &&iwmiML 'a IN wl R mn B jgm&tom JU SILTSRWARB n tnc county, go to I75W Otis' B k Uf li U "fffi rSy&r X BTO fcf I1n& ESss f. n-- RWBHHBtt. U S 57 & m M I fciTSPKCIAL ATTi:XTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all work guaranteed. ! "I'll M m an ita t Cw mi air at ei! m m aru. mibtbii uttt ut m m it m hi iatTi'tttTt nooe en uto oda ttuo uiunDtitrco m uufiug, uf 1.IMIU1 uririfiw, rniiir wi i uf m t "(( dm hi lluonru. old Wm liall place, Will make toe teasoti of 5 1891 at ray farm, the miles from Stanford, dole-gate- At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. Jack, At the imac pUce I QUINN'S OINTMENT. :xniuiiuLtix. 5 Mb. ull enlargements, nbMolutelf removed by m will stand my fine young It has the unqualified endorsement of our lead- i tnj Horsemen una veterinarians. C. E. UlMKltAKT, Chtklcr Mate Jlank, ' hiurton. Jiinn..Hivn: "One bottle cured a very bad case of blood prm'In j on a mare for which I have Klncebeen offered $900. j 1 uouiu miiLxiwiinouui it iicoai fxwa Doiut'.-- SAM. bd lie it by an imported Spanish jack and hat a fine and latse bonet. lie will tlaml At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. lien will be retained on colts till season money It paid, but if Binre it parted with season money becomes due I. S. IMIM.LIi'S. Stanford, Ky. 6 am A rir.cvskV vJYm'IKSKsKai: X V S Z& .v ." Price, SI. .10 per bottle. Aslc your drurlt for It. If: lie aoes noi Keep 11, tenu ns 1 ax stamps tor trial 002. ; have hundreds of such testimonials. IBrBTBSMTUl: W. n. KI)IY & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. RannHiaraairB rarK jbj;b':b-7b- i bt i court-hous- e MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. y Marriage 'iceiisea were issued yesterto wed Miss Saday to Mr. W. F. rah Lay and Mr. I'ryor Coll'inun to marry Miss Martha Kdgcwood, a winsome maiden of Kl. All of the parties live near Waynesburg. Ki-l- John k. IAJTI.BMAN. A. 13. LANCIIAXt. CLOTHIN b Our croods are CHURCH AFFAIRST ROYAL i There will be an ordination service nt the Turnersville church on tho 2d Sunday in April. Hev. Shouse, of Lex- ington, will presule. Itnire The printing press which set up in Fernny to demolish- Christianity is now used to print ltibles in Geneva. Thus the wheel of providence 13A - Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. UBEE & CASTLEMAN MANAOKRS, turns around. The celebrated Itaroness Fahnen-berwill case was liuiilly decided in 1juisville. The decision gives Lexing-tou protestant infirmary on which, including cost of building and endowment, half a million dollars will be expended. n g Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South. MOST ALL IN And ready for the trade. Frocks and with short pants. Cut-a-ways. Men's regular cut and exra long Sacks, Children's from 4 to 15 years , WOODFORD W. L0NGM00R. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, 6 "Happy Jack" Wrile9 Touchlngly on the Death of His old Friend and Comrade. The brave, gentle and heroic, Long-moo- r has gone. All we can do Is to go with his lovely, loving and devoted wife STANKOUI). KV. Stagg & McRoberts. thing; "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." r'osey-posey Farmers Bank&Trast Co. m T t e, wheel-borse.J- to his grave and minglo our tears with OF STANFORD, KY., hers. They were the most devoted man ti now fully organned and ready for business with nnd wife 1 ever knew. Thelis was u un$200,000. ion of hearts and hands that wns deep Paid up Capital of enough to make sweet tho dark passa- Surplus, . - - 15,000. ges of life a love that was brave enough to make cheerfulness dwell in tho shad- SUCCESSOH to TUB LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, ow of poverty and strong enough to (Now closing up) with the tame astelt and under the tame management, make every sacrifice for each other a delly provisions of its chatter, depositors ire at light. Their years went smilingly by fully protected at aio depositors ia National being held individually Hanks, nnd as they paasedtho bond was strength-e- d liable td Ut shareholders amount of their ttock the extent ol the great nflliction thnt attended therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the and the amount invested In such shares. It may act as their pathway bound tho twain closer executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as individual. together. These were they whom God anTo those who entrusted their buistuess to us Hank ol the Lincoln did join nnd they walked through life while mnagliiK here tender ourNationalthanks and many Stanford, we we with hearts so warm and hands so'close trust they will continue to transact their business guarantee for with together that tho great outside storms tion us, offering as atwenty years' prompt atten-in experience to same, our ofllfefb'MtTipoH'them compar- banking nnd as liberal accommodations as arc conand trials sistent with sound banking atively in'vain. Ho 1ms gone. To her DIKEctors: is left tho eternal pain that only death J J, Williams, Mt. Vernon; J, M. Hail, Stanlord; can relieve, that only memory can sweetJ. S. Ows'cy, Stanford en, tho memory of tho loveliest spirit, S. J. Embry, Stanford tho truest heart. tho gentlest nature, J, E. Lynn, Stanford; Theeo she could onco in tho trueBt sense A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J. K.Itaughman, Hustonville; call hers. Her everlasting nfleetion folJ . F. Cash, Stanford ; lows this noblo man to his grave; but William Cooch, Stanford, Ky. ho will always bo her best company. S. H. Shanks, President. God gave him She will not forget that J. B. OwsUjr.'Cashier to her and death can't take him away. W. M, Bright, Teller. J. II. MtLLKil. J. H.Uiujhmiu, General J J . Book-Kaapcr Gardening time has come and you will find 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 Landreth's,' FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c in papers and MlH&ff Is Receiving His Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit GdarantcJed. SpringaSummer Goods Give him a call. ',' - J , ! rr-- - L Semi-Weekly InteriorJournl AT TIEE STYLISH WOMAN. Eho Appoara In Eithor of Two Varieties of Dross. Notr Design In llnililln;- - Can ISc llonsht 60 IVrlrct In DrulRii its tn lirrclse Iiiiltiittou l'nttorn llt'liolilcrs I.iiuim A LfiMin In Color. iroi'YHIOHT, 1961.1 Publlahod Evory Tuesday and Friday SQ PER yiCa-lH.la- ADVANCE $2.50 will be charged. sTWhen not o raid K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland al 7 00 a. m., returning at L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. . s r Gown of two varieties are seen upon j:p.m the streets. downs lively anil gowns severe. The former are furbclowed as ..1 30 pm Mail tram going North bodice and flounced as to tho .. ....t 31pm to the South ..ti 34pm skirt, and are set oil with natural llow-cr- s Express train " South .. ....311 am North of the gaudiest variety. The latter ...6 so m Local Freight North of monotare lust ,.jup m ony plain to tho and degree contracted South. in the waist are so The latter trains also carry passengers, The above is calculated on standard time, Solar i tlio skirt that the wenrers justly eom- time is about 30 minutes faster plnin that they run tho risk of getting knees in their skill.. Tho former are In all the new shades The of green, violet and latter are in subdued tints of tho old colors, wrought out in homespun or English tweed. The former are worn by women with 1 more money than position. The latter ' rv by those wlio regard severity in street costume ns the sign mark of the Four Hundred. A street dress which would, however, have been more appropriate as a driv-- 1 ing gown was one of the new shades of H. warm, sympathetic brown. The skirt ' was a plain habit skirt with short demi- train. The bodice was very short on the hips and ended in a point in front, It was shirred at neek and waist. Tho bottom of the bodice was treated to a scries of points which were out- -' lined with gilt cord of the narrowest variety. The sleeves wero very long Hiihest of nnd were finished by a deep fall of laco 1 m.m nf tirtar Inkin? rjowder all In leavening strength -- Latc.t V S Governwhich covered tho backs of a pair of ment Food Report gloves made to match tho costume nnd stitched with gold cord. C. An evening dress from the establish- Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ol raentof tho same modisto was of whito WORTH Dtv.vi:n OOWN. to the will of the Democratic party. China silk made in precisely tho sarao way, save that the neck was treated to bons is unique, startliug and fascinatR. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. n Medici collar, very high in the back ing. It was Kornhardt's own idea, carof tho neck and very low in front, and ried out by herself, for a boudoir robe. DENTIST. tho sleeves were left short to the elbow, Hut fancy the horror of nn orange satin LavenOffice on Main irlreit, opposite Portman House, where they were met by whito gloves dress trimmed with heliotrope. op stairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas giver. Tor painless stitched with gold to match tho waist der and old rose kiss each other prettrimmings. tily. Hut never, oh never, must old "'""'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Dressmakers do not nllow the lack of roso and lavender be wooers. an embroidered or an embossed pattern Tho dowager robe at wedding breakDR. W. 13. upon the material to deter them in thr fasts is no longer tho regulation black or ruby velvet. A recent wedding saw the bride's mother dressed in olive plush Office South side Mam street, in office recently with court train. A border of whito F. Huffman, Stanford. Ky. vacated by Dr. I. Russian fox fur lordored the lottom of bodtho skirt and outlined tho low-cM. ItRVCE, ice. Diamonds and emeralds formed Whito Suede gloves tho ornaments. SUE AND F2EQ IMBS. stitched with olive wero worn. Easter dresses aro already planned. STANFORD. KY. Women from previous experience have found the difficulty there is in finding a SPECIAL ATTENTION' to COMMERCIAL modisto to construct a gown the week travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. horsesand vehicles uved in livery Onlyhr.t-clas- s or two preceding Easter Sunday. So a few of tho wiser ones havo taken tlmo by the bang and aro getting their Easter gowns made. SHELTON HOUSE, church dress An exquisitely-planneis as follows: The habit skirt and waist H. OREER, Proprietor, J. material are 01 gray unu uhick siik 111 - pin stripes. Tho skirt is of tho plain material. The waist has a zouave jackaccommodations at reasonable rates. et of jrray cloth outlined with silver Open day and night. Sample room and Rood livery in connection. braid. Tho collar is gray with silver beading and tho gray cuffs aro edged with silver. With this gown is to bo KE2STT. LOOKIN'O i:t THE SHOP WINDOWS. worn cut silver stick pins nnd girdle, Having leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer and, also! oh, shame, that should bo matter of procuring the general effect planned thus deliberately! ait VPAV S I'Altl.K nn Lancaster street fur rent mv prayer book has ten.Clarge Itox Stalls and is the very best U a pattern dress. It ith singular deft ... scai.u iui lor l.l. jiiacc in inc- couiuy t a j.tcic .nu nuisc ....J In. ness they outline figures, cither natural and hymnal with tho initials of tho the coming season A large cistern at the door. owner wrought out in cut silver. Tho Call on or address or conventional, upon tho plain matc-- I general cfFect cannot but bo pretty, A. T NUNNELLKY, Stanford rial, and then give them into tho hands quiet and in good taste. of an apprentice to bo traced with narEuster gown is in two shades row braiding, which either exactly of Another nicely combined and is to bo green or harmonizes well worn with a flower muff of red roses. matches tho cloth with it. Thus a costly effect is produced The robes are of the natural sort, to bo well prepircd to bore wells and will do the I am at low price. a good manner and promptly work In all the standard colors, pretty figAt One Dollar a Foot. ures can be bought in braided designs Call on or address me ..t Stanlord, Kentucky. ' ready to bo sewed on. Theso arc fine L. T SMI I'll. 31.! in material, well made, delicate in outline, and so nicely constructed that they will deceive even tho closest ob-- i server who seeks to detect tho machine-mad- o article from the A design sewed upon a black gown was of conventional roses with green leaves,1 Tim gkhat household hemedy for connected by a cobweb of laco in imiTIUJ tation of tho Imported pattern dresses' which carry out that idea. sj-- r A lesson in color may not come amissi SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, at a season when so many combination! dresses nre being planned. In all cases' SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. where figured or checked goods are to PRJCE 50 CENTS. bo combined with tho plain material,, Send three stamps for freo samnlo let tho groundwork of tho checked bos u.ul book. goods correspond with tho color of tho plain. A brown feige cloth may be combined with a brown goods spotted with TAR-0IDSO- AP black, yellow, green or whatever color one may wish. Hut, mark you, a yellow material would not look well comABSOLUTELY PURE, MILITARY JACKRT. bined with a brown cloth dotted with F01 MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.1 yellow. If the groundwork of tho prin- renewed at each wearing. The dolicato AND NURSERY PURPOSES. 1M cipal material is brown, the groundlittle green toque which accompanies tho novelty goods must nlso trimmed front TAJt-OICO., Chicago, Hi! work of though it may bo combined bo this is red roses, as to tho closely with toor seven brown, arranged K..r sale bj A It. Penny and M. L Ilcurne, dotted with specks or figures of what- - gether to form a littlo pyramid just orer rd Sta ever color is desired. the front locks. These roses mtut also A certain otherwise pretty tea gown be natural. ' was spoiled for all but evening wear by Why He Didn't. a disregard of theso rules of color. Dry Doolan Hurry up and give me a The woman selecting it, in ignorance of the law of prevailing hnrmon3', choso a drink, barkecp. I haven't had ono for white challie with lavender iiguro and six months. Barkeeper If you kept ofF as long bought some black net to drape tho as that, I wouldn't break through now. front of the gown and for tho sleeves. Dry Doolan Keep oil? I had to keep Thus a white groundwork wns brought off. I'vo had six months on tho island, in direct juxtaposition with black draperies. The effect was bo incon- with "water, water, everywhere, but Roller Extract. gruous that the modiste to lesson it not a drop to drink." Hoston Herald. lined tho black net with lavender chal-Hunt to ltellevn. lie, and ran half a dozen rows of biven-de- r Well, Mrs. Hrowning (of Hoston) ribbon through tho open meshes of denr, how did you like Chicago? tho black net. Mr. Hrowning (just returned from The effect was still incongruous dur- Chicago) Oh, I didn't like it. There's ing tho day, but by gaslight it looked too much rustic and bustle there to suit much better because a certain purplo me. figure upon the lavender ground apMrs. Hrowning (quite shocked) HusIS OUR BEST FLOUR, peared black by artificial light tle? Oh, horrors! haven't they discarded BUT EITHER To remedy this poorly selected com- those vulgar things yet? Judge. bination, one of two things might have been done. Either tho black net should A JIattcr'or Taste. have been replaced by whito to match Tom Knox You seem to havo a the general tono of tho challie, or tho great liking for the singlo eyeglass, IDOL-KIN- G challie should have been exchanged for Uoffy. ono with a black ground and purjile or Howes Aw ya'as; tho Hoffman lavender figures if desired. Tho ribbons double ones mako a man look so owliah, might then have been of lavender and ye know! tho general tone would have been in Tom Knox Then you prefer to look IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR much better harmony. owl, I suppose? Iuck. Ilk a This mistake is frequently seen and THE MONEY. -, Cafe-au-lait cafe-au-lai- t. often accounts for tho despairing cry which ono hears from tho possessor of a new gown: "I thought those two shades would combine well; I sawo gown of them last season and it was lovely." Upon investigation it will generally bo found that some law of combination has been violated to produce the ugly effect. Another thing not generally known is this: Many colors are pretty only when combined with another contrasting one, in limited quantities. Pink nnd blue, for example, make n pretty, accepted French combination, lint with this rule the blue must predominate. A blue dress relieved by pink is chic and becoming. Hut how lurid nnd unpleasant is a pink dress trimmed witli blue. All pink does beautifully. Hut 0et off with blue, Heaven forbid! relieved by brown is charming. Hut brown witheafc-nu-lal- t trimming is iusipid. A heliotrope tea gown with orange satin lining and rib- - ANNUAJL, ELECTION. -- sSHJaSSt. llice!on Mam Dr. A. S. PRICED SUKGKOy PKNTIST. street, over v . 11. The annual election ol Directors of the Hoard i County of Internal Improvement of Turnpike ,filn llaruuisl.iiti; A ReiJCo. will be held at the orhctiof the Hirst Na ,,.,,. ..an. of sunf.;i.. y--. -v;- f:'-,f '" '' Lin-oli- McKokerts' Drugstore, btanferd. FARM VOW SAL.IS. niTer for sale nrivately my Kami ol Is Aires, miles south ..f Stanlord near the Sowerstt pike It ! in A high state ol cultivation, all be ing in grass but 1 J at res. has till the nesewary buildings, is well watered and fenced aHda desir. able place generallv. Call on or addiess neat I . will stand my fine young ..f horse. Prince, the . ... tat - V, ! Ilfitr.l lit. Ilia .. SraS' ...ttiK.it III it tfill.' ...: - ui ,ii.iuvi, . '.: 1 e. "". " ir 11 o Stanlurd v rreadiersvuie piss, .. mare and suck Bel up.walW around me N." .li.no w l'riu.e yl,'i l!ia blgh h. r,e, S years old this spring ami is', nnd was by as out or u Denmark ware !li. imn horse ami onto! a wmi. maic ' r.il na.ted saddle horse I il alto stand my splendid young Jack, itan.ord.lky "'. A For Sale M I ; Twenty Iluildinjj Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland II J DARST, Rowland. X MODOC. old, about u hands high, black and ,lh mealy nt.se. hue length and form of my nlrf out iVicl- Arch Walker-" e"ne He sv.ll simiil at ft oil the same )acW ha. given he hre. This than any jack I ever .at..fa.uon llr.sfiyears 1 s Its '.?.;&' .. FOR SALE a RENT. I wish iu '.ot'tlier f the.e..and traded ., .,- - Tho Very Desirablo Residence "" e. ..v., i.. j rmihi fi. wiinuHi piiitltini re lot on fof..t the And "ha they are not inlu-lhold a lien oh the.and in good tet.airand Danville streetins heIhehouse is oil )ard 1. inntain $ 10 mimev idue. large and beautltul anJ altogether paid mesas well mv Havii.g icii.i.vrd my l.ar er mercial IL.til I 1,1 rl(-ir- . J to . WMh;rbrl.l nrii'HfMH-nbcii1 1 in anything they may line. Ibil.lirii a.tt. willed OH. Call I vsK J H(iMlSUN. as gc 1 a. . t.. the Com mrnoiUte la- - InC insnerclsi IIsmi-- I f- j j f1 f until the season is SILAS ANDERSON MR. I IS. COOK, SURGEON, Tho Pluco Will 1h ono of tho Most In Do-lightf- ul ADONIS WiU make the rom Milletlevnie, Town. PHYSICIAN AND BTANKOHD. KV Ky HrKce ..vtr M. K herls' Drug Stme Rcdance, lame. II wr ... ro. ny t ln jun Imn ol lln- tonvillc 4i.il DhiimIIc pikes io4m sll seawnofil fits' fotd A-' Milledgevillc pike, i.imiHniu.)i at my stable iH miles .- or rent on caj term. MISS MARY i: VAKNON, - 9-- tt Sumoid, POWDER Absolutely Pure invitedtolookmincoveraad.ee Mones due when mate is patted with bay with black points, Adonis i, a was f.ukd August, is hands .inches highhorse. svh.. want I., and i. a Krand saddle nieid to a handsome Kcntaeks saddle stallion are At $15 to Insure a Living Colt, rh.e O iM. s i cash: Al : FOR SALE. a. i. Paid For Hides and Fur, I'roperly at McKinncy, Whrethe I I 1' Mn Ilani.ali I ir N jr.I tvi.hea to sell hei his action and ' RICHARD WARREN , 'Ir'wa. sired by the grand show horse. Second by ah Jewel, he by Cunninghams Jewel, he ll.ls..,-- ; ,nCfi".lsUn!M..e. byMcDimald-tA dam by Wells' Crusader, his hrst dam tin knov. 11, but thought to be an Oliver Adonis will be allowed to servo ten or fifteen coo.1 mare. only. Mare, kept on gra.s or fed at reasonable price., ' amdents .houl.l an) but not responsible occur F K. SANDIDI.1. Mille.lgeville, Ky . s Dwelling an ' II .1 .ti h krpt lflll.ll' m 11 g u. c 111 until recently. tepfir r R KLK1N & CO.'S, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE C I Lot on Main Street in Stanford--nniaii 11 fr Everything for Ike Orchard, Lawn, Garden k R 1 1 a res Terms ea.v I U M ION. Stanlord. EAGLE BIRD. on the AtourstaMcs 1 m.lea west of Stanford stallion my pike, tins ti"c)oung sadUe serve ..j mares will tic permitud shell. 1 PENNY, Dentist. At S15 to Insuro a Living Colt. lorn, h.reab) K.ug Kagle (the AtX.ns horse 1 dam by Hamlet rVr.td.im br biar Denmark, Dolans' ,d .U. .DT "am. ' ..... Kins l.agle was goi 07 iiiu. by Cabbie's l.eimgt..n, da... by a"a'd i, got Hamlet Denmark was by Washington Clucf. HarHambUton.an. Denmark, dam by ll..h ris' Denmark vva. by Miller's Denmark and action, Considering tin line sue, color, .tile together with his most excellentb.wbreeding; we think wc have placed his services y Care taken to prevent accidents but do should any occur . -revpon-sibilit- Whv not buy direct from the grower, when you S ou w ill mufl need I rees. I'Uals or Vines ey and get stock true 10 name We employ hi 1 have fiinshrO my new sw Mill on the ..mer-s- el aceiits. but sell direct In the planter. MillHHtSOf pike 7 mile. 1i...ii Si. I ..l ami aie prepared i.ur I rees. Plants and Mnev are liearmu everyKentucky and judged by IbWr fruit to furnish any knul .f I I Ml. IK MIINGI.KS. where in A. , at LOW IM I'lIK l.s I will tell the turn, A Mrawberry ami general Nurwrj Catalogue on brrai the mill ..r deliver, t t.ut pun haters Give H r. II ILI.KNMKYKR, application to l.csington, Ky ineatnat I'a.t.lli e. M A YVs tM)D. k Y Man-for10 im I will .lelivrr .awed hesmut shi"glts al or Ituwiand at 1. s per M A II IIASTIN S1A11MINTO! 1 II K 41 17 uit 3STEW SAW MILL. d Description and Pedigree -- lie is a beauiiful mane JarW brown, with small star and .n.p. B""d high. alidt.ll. , sear, old and is lull Uh hands ommamlnig in appearance and .vmmetrual In Financial Condition 1.1 cf Lincoln County. I. ut unn. i j Al.o at the same tunc and plate the fine imported jav.k. we will stand THE J0H3ST S. a hen WELLS. ft J II OWLNS. Manager. J ,' r Claims allowed October, ifcjo .w 4 Alloaances to aoidlots mo ... . ol Jij,oh Inltrett o bonded debt 07 J sherilt for culleiting to. levy, mlisaated .. .t.tijM I have taken charge l llalsneii on turninkeapprMprwilisns this rxpular hatsl Contingent espenses lor current Jtar.es- manner in every Stn 00 and intend to run it in a first il. timsit.l Injm It it I. tine papered and peiHIe respect Deficit 01 acct of dcllMifnestts, mllMaled t,sn. - top te boltom, the hesl.lii.g is being renovated and cumfort-sblsk.sant U.m J eversthing done tThemake itshall atverand surpass- e be for guests tal.le ROURC ed by hotels in thi. set lion J II. OWKNS. Tav en t1.M7.71a at a cents en the io.Sf ,77s il , !, ms at Ji y . i.yji 37 iCailriwtd vroMrtr, c.ttmaled o Turnpike dividenek., -- Mtsmie4 Cash Ih treasury 'i - 'I lt4in.uent nil soMler Seventh and Market Streets, Ji.77 04 1 AIIIMl II S. THE COHMERCIfIL HOTEL Harrodsburg, Kontucky, - l"' CI k m ALEXANDER'S - HOTEL, d He is a Ma. k, nearly is hands high, of tine bone andastion.an.' will serve mares A copy Attest C. II. COOI'Klt. Louisvillo, - - Kontucky, Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. s FOB, ' . I 11 I 77-t- f I ! . I I 111 Sfe J mm two-ceD hand-wrough- t. Having sold out our enlireiHIereit in the hotel, on Jellerxin street, wc have moved In essr hl stand that wc occupied fur years m succeefralr on Seventh and Market streets, are new fitting it up in elegant shape, new throughout and the t willinevrary way be elegant, Incledlng one el Hale's Safely I'a.Mngrr and Ibgeafe with all the late intprovesnesils We vsnt all est standard Rule 6 ) ourold friends 10 c m ami sec us in atir oW heme. Se a 10, We promise you that osir itioens, table and service Sired by Dictator uj (sire ol Jjy-Kyshall bo sesTrHd to none in the laml. My "We, Mrs PhalUs j 1!4. Director a 17 and jo others in the Jo II. Alesander, wants tn be romMibcretl l all 1 10 list. Attention of the puUic i invited to the fact our lady friend, and she will be glad tn see tlttm , irst dam Alice, by Alment J3s Norman 25 that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford anil give them a l.rxiiy rereptmii Kare V er day. Second dam Norma, by Alexander by Coeur de ItaBl Act. cmler the provisionsof the Naliooal the capiUI JO It Al UXANDI.lt. M.nager. toi h.ro dam oung 1 wyman mare, by Irp.iviturs are secured not only Leull Hevls ) sukholders' liabilny b.r an stock, but by " I ourth dam OKI Twyman mare untraced iliorsivoon a i6 amount equal to the slock, so that depositors of Almon. 11 i(..re ol f anliy .f and j? other. In 2 Ju. also .ire this institution are secured by a fund ol the'".'"' .7W bank 15. J Five sworn statements of thecondllwii of Alabaster. 4 ear of the dam. year inc " '""y. ",;..," 17H. Ruhard.u Acolyte CalchMy i in ihe H".der' are made each a.sels toare examined at charm-edc.rI will sell to the Lights! bidder on luentatMl its ji and 1 joK, .j; 1st dam Xally Andcr-"- n by government agents, thus sesuring a.ditnonal e .r.. . ..r.iw 111 .Irlwv.ltillS. ' ....,. ci. . the by MambriB. Chwt 11; d "y r,-..,'hit iiiiiiiHiiuni origin, in iSja..- then '0'"' Deposit Hank of Stanlord ol Stanford in mK. ' !. Norma and County court day in fr.il ol the coutt house in Nonnui. Medium i.eil as the NatMnar Hank dansofNorval Stanlord Ky , my dum blosum again re organuedas the I'lrst Satnioal Hank ol la., eu by Murne Horse, an uninterltonum "... . if i... Stanlord in is.. has had practically 151 -i It is belter supplied iiare.a. v. i, of i years lor many rupted esi.tc Dictator, the sire of Ocorge and really nev now with tacilitie. for tran.acliHgbus.Hes. prompt- Five mile. Iron Stanford, in the Walnut Hat yeas languished in obscurity Ung and neighborhood at the stinl until he came o ly and liberally, than ever before in its haa a corporations, fiduyears old and having up to honorable t areef AicwhIs of respectfully wtfic- - Terms made known nn day ot sale Far particu. Kentucky, then 13 individuals o had lew than foals and at ciaries, firms and fc. larv ad.lreti 'Ion. Lailev Stanford, Ky. were out cf well MRS ANNIr M LASLEV. fwl.a"aolaf.vvofthe .ituMis inuurt more speed to f this Hank is compose! el 1 he Directory endu- '.I ..J besides they have ., the I' I I'oster. .if Stanford; count) , level head. He rancVromTilitd'w.th Korestus Kd. Lincoln r" the a , or better list, a ijroit.,1 ,,,d J V. Ilaydnn, Stanford, spacers. 1 be trotters are headeJ byjayhje S II llauchman, Lincoln; Director a 7. U c do 111..11.. Vernon; ' r.'L" c.V.l on that has three such M.J. Miller, Ml LlncolH, ?.' -, -"S T Harris neiKBo numb,r of hMU J. S. Mocker Stanford; heal, bellarthan G A Lackey, Lincoln: Wal of ,6j l,3o.D.rccfoVr,7an,ri'halfa.4. ill, Stanford; I. P W G Wrleh.StaHferd ..;,." trottlnu. will show W I". Tate, Stanford. I on through His mhs Or'FK'KKS '" ,li tutor not only breed, grandsons are putting t...J and daughters, but ilso hi. " hol' J. S Mocker. President; llt. a uumberof horses in the llambrick, has a. Commander a, 1 roteniler John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; i, Ke-A. A. McKmney, Assistant Cashier 6 lumua 1, I'hallas en son. and Endynnon . 'f Denneator ,11 $) to Insure e Living Colt. se I rttain.d m IIcolts 1fir A R i.in t. I)- - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK WII.I.OPKN MONDAY, MAR t. SIANKORD. K Geo. Dictator 3862. e - swt-A- Capital Stock Surplus S2OO.00O Ktev-ale- 16,500 1 ".. l. b" " PUBLIC SALE. ..i c.., ,..k.J ,.; il ,.,.,, ij n Monday, April 13, 1891, Farm of Acros, J"",'.! ." T ,.,l.. L F. GRNTER'S u- . ''.f.? 1 1 vf'. ij MAGIC 1 "' 1 9S-'J- m'MeSRi&S dola, Keller Thomas, Kvening Chiiirl S'ancv Hnnks, Northwest, REMOVER! ' s4'; lctoria h fr"'1 1 Articles of Association WAli WORKS t has put 3 in 1'hallene a 30 and Vlrgim.is ".'" "'-":."stallion, is hand. "I " felhiw and will . .u.eo:?e, nign, loaieu 111 100s. f,,r a certninl) irr extreme Kteat stock horse He will stand tator nasa tec a Je a fM anj STANFORD a record of 1 14 'j, tiuru ,lr" ' grandson. iih.1 Ills ,he a ncverboenbwten. the list. I nana lamonl bv .1 .... -- NMUR. ....... ',,1,'. - .. " .,.I ' in. ,.,,,I At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. HSSMsssSh HOCA1T. Sired by KING C.KSAK. (Ily Ilogan's Administrator First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashl?nd Jr. Second dam by Sir Robin Third dam by Giltner Hroarn s Highlander. King Cesar by Ilogan's Administrator (sire of , ir.,,l" Major Landers a a7M o "', Adm,n ofCatcl.tly a iSj;, McMahon a at o): dam by American Clay ., (sire of Graneje au ua... dam ville a 76 Maggie Ilriggs 1 ol Wilcox a .6'.. and llald Wllkei ajo) by Red If -- it 3d dam by Mambrino Chief ti. Kojan will stand ) Hay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1885. IS CREAM Wvs. W JUT ml jjw or in,, it At $10 to Insure. I al.o have CREAM Extract Five Splendid JjicIcs, Twool which are noted as the best jennet iacks and will serve jennets at $15 fr Jack colt s,lU i5 tor a jennet and will serve mares SOLD MEDAL, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. The other Jacks are fine mule jacks and will serve marcs SILVER MOON At $10 to Insure. These animals wi 1 Somerset pike a miles 4 ono-cye- d at my stable on the .ulh of Stanlord. M.S. BAUG11MAN, Stanford, iund J F Peyton, John S Wo, the unJcrvigntd, Slurte Hughes, Matlc'von Peyton Charles vantand George V aturtevant, Jr , do associate and become an lncorwraed ourselves together company j.ursiiant to the provision, of Chapter $', General aUtutes of Kentucky. " " I. I lie name 01 trie corporauun Stanford Water Works Company nnd Its general place of transacting business shall be in the city of Stanford, Lincoln county Kentucky. a. The general nature ol the business or the cora poration .ball tie i the construction and system of Water Work, for the supply pay to the city of Stanlord and tho of water for inhabitants thereof and to the town of Rowland construcand the inhabitants thereof, n) Hiegas or elecof tion and maintenance ol a systemand in the town lights in the city of Stanlord tric of Rowland, and to charge and receive pay for he manufacture and sale ot aruch lights. J tificial ice. 4 Tho acquisition oT all such real and personal estate, as may he required for conducting- the corporation above specified i. The capital stock of the association shall be seventy five thousand ($7S.oonl dollars, to bo diviJed into sliaresof one thousand dollars each, and which is lo be paid to the Treasurer of the Company at. uch times and in such proportions as shall be required by tho Hoard of Dioectorsof the Company, a. Tho corporation shall commence on thn sth dayot February 1891, and terminate at the end of fifty (to year, irom that date ; The, alTairsot the Company shall be conducted by a Hoard ol fivo Directors, one of whom shall be elected President. The Hoard of Directors shall be elected annually by the shareholders on the first Saturday of August of each year Hilt until the first election, tho incorporator, hereinnamed shall constitute the Directors of the Com6 The highest amount of irdebtedncss or liability to which the corporation can at any time subject Itself .hall not exceed fifty thousand dollars. and 7, The private property ol incorporator, share holder, is tube exempt from corporate debts. Witness our hands February 14, 1891. I. F. PKVTON, k 1.S 1IUGHF.S, MASTEUSON PKVTON, CHAS. F.STUKTKVANT, ".. malnte-runceof- 1 Tho JIaoio IIkmovkk fills n loiif? fult want with nwnons of lloios or Mules with Warts, Knots, llruNi'H, Cuts, Strains, Sprains, Old Sores, Ilarb Wiro Cuts, etc. It makes no tlilluroiieo how long tho knot has been there, or how lianl it is, (if it is not of tho bono,) wo will tuko it oil' on tho "HO CURE, HO PAY" plan, lu lomoving tho knot tho hair t'oines olT, and tho pluco heroines very wro; when you stop iibiii,' it, tho hair comes hnck its original color, ami not a trace of tho knot is loft. For plan of insurance, etc., call at tho iindersignctl druggist's, and brim: your uuiinal with you. lord. & II C73 I'onalebyW McRoberts, druti;iit, Stan A Valuable Hotel For Sale. As myself and wife are becoming old and not able 10 carry on the Hotel business, have concluded to. offer the same for sale. The said Hotel is situated In the town of Ilu.tonville, Ky., known as the Cooper House for many years, Said Hotel is now in good repair, with 17 good rooms, newly covered and painted with ubout 1 acre of splendid ground attached, and fruit of all kimti. Water plentiful and good stable and other outhouses I propose to sell iuimediute'y on low and easy erms, Wrila or call on me on Uie premise.. it T1I0 MAS CECIL, 6-- $50-00- 0 1 lot-i- GKO.W, STURTEAANT JR. Uy Chas. F Sturtevant.