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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891032701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. LANCASTER, OARRAnD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 27. 1801. NO. 7 o tl., ),.n. ny" .tayi;.l , , ' ri H l ri i,. .n.. nf 1im lfirtrimt ntiil "' "'"" II. nrintv of Mr. Mh.,.' r.M.i.irks II.. J i ........j" I. ii t nt'iir :...!. iiHim ,,w ,, lM, M,irrllB8 of onr ri,vo!iitioii. Tilt H'Ct'iillHI ... ..I..... I 1".A ..... ..iMtri'lirwIt, 11 tia tll ... , on our innrti!Mi'e-iii!tM- i .. .. i.l. .; ....l .....I IlklllU'll mill IIUJ llliwi nun .imliilii I" " in"!"". iuc ,.,,,' Ah tln-r- it no himiliirity in tho orinanee Tlio uovh nil uni wen, inn moilii of hiilfriiiiK nnVrri'il to, Ht.ili'siiiiwi I'spcrinl mention han lwoii miule of .1 Hijjjsb' iiii'Htion is not rtiny of Hoiutioii. , M. l'arra, Fleece Uohinhon. J. M. Hotli-wull!! then jKHiniTil upon j)(Kir Kpret.eii-tativ- i T. J. Hoot!, s C Clawlu Cannon, of Illiiioin, Mini gHVO 111 111 Denny, dipt. Letcher Owsley, .John !) a toiiHii IrkIiiii, tlio like of which han , . mil:.... l. .. ...m .......... I' !. l(.v,.r ty.A. lirni.Mii tho Capitol I). HUiii8ortl.. Lear a.ul I.. ,, wlll. IIJIIIK Ol VIHIUUK Miiim in n"' ly Hoy ohjt'rtor" nil win! that this cant (nalifiKlilioriiiK tow iih ami if they lo they tion lit received in .Nnvcinher hail not Bhoiilil receive a hourly welcome. cimimhI him to opMi iih even to thu cr- Momtay was rounty court ilv anil ' .Ad .f l.:.i .......! ... .....i.. i.:... .......... ;.. " "V v..! in .....:!...! ...I... ( -'- Tlio l.ae.1U,r l.irl...t ,, '"'" J"' F 1 11. 4 'P- - Mr. .Spinoln, in to our illiiHtn- Ioiih forcfatluTH, cviili'iitlv had no iiitt'ii- ,,; ,,Wr,ss 0, lll0 ljn1 f ,,,... ,,,,. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. MTcmmii...,mnu, , I'd. Jones sold to KulmnkB Hros. a horhe for SlfiO. Ton S.M.K. XOowt'8 and Iambs. W. W. Hay, r.ryanlsville. Tho Latonia Jockey Club has paid oU'SSO.OOO of its indebtedness. Win. Morehind sold to Jonathan Owsley a yoke of steers for it. C. A. K-has for s.ilu IS long your dd There is still much sickness in this comuuiiiitv. Mondial V. P. Freeman has moved to his new liuildmt:. The I. J. readeis all extend thoir sympathy to tlmsick editor. Our Hook wood investors are again lookiiiu pleased over thu reports from N. f . Seed Irish Potatoes, Garden Socds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoes at that place. n Wl-orrit- v;-;co- ;,,,. .. ' ' . I ' lii ,,,,,, ..,,, -- tr.inHHf.i.U tlu.ru wh vc.y Intl.. hu..n There wi.ro about 3M ...... of cattle on ,.,..,"""""' r.inwe.l no liluli the ..... w.w nlit. man, ami therein Mr. Mi that there were but few hulas nu'!. i Anv man who in ablo to own a farm Quite a number of plus linrisoH ami 'oimlil to thank liw htaiH has one iiiiiIvh chaniie.l haiulri at the iihiiiu iiuitl that he can iiiuke a liviiij; without "horhe fhow price. It wim the Iiiiviiik to rehort to a profusion; but an '. ,.,..., M Hai ..frmiilU,lv , illMtW), of (; '"' 0 w,18 IKifH1(lnillll or ,, .... everv one is not tho owner of a farm, .. Mr. Ihnna will reailily Hee that there are . other honorable voi'ntioiw in whirh men are jlihtifled in eiirniiiL their daily bread Mr. Iliprt: compIuiiiK of maiiy thiiiKthat have been dono in the intercHtofrnpital-teli- , mount and Momento, Currey's liritliant, but iinthifii: eiewls hit contempt FlkinV (iillVTouhouder and for the imposition of a tax of V a do.eu Arthur Siiiiiiih IJOU and Wynndotte fnV.tl, on enus, which, he mvh, has increas'ed rnderwood'a C'bunee, W.ilker'a MrCrwi- - their price beyoml the regular cold V.ll...u lln.i.i'u llr..... He then referred eatl.e..)notationH V'i ken. ltricht 'a Lucifer and lola of to Wans and Niid. the idea of . il iillii'i.tln.r it .1. ....... .. .!.... Wlceiita a bushel on bean.s pray who in CHURCH AFFAIRS. .na tho beat allow of line hoiHea we have .wl .. The day MlsU. IihiI for a lonu time. On account of tho sickness of Rev. . .urvm utmviin uiwuirir. i ui? njifaM'i .. n...K.. A complete record of the stake races R. u......u..,. II Caldwell there will be no 'preachis evidently n.iKtakeu in tho niwuiiiptioii , won in 1SW) shows that out of the 1171 ing next Sunday at Kendreo church. IllMlll'. mat wil iiwj ni Denim w eonntieu io inei uventii recorded, Kentucky-bre- d Riut tiranam horbts H. Walton Winht fit The choirs of the Christian and iiuw.in iiiuol lu lml if lik tiriiMi l'rire. of Danvi lie, canie ovor lueMlay of the ariicle, allwtwl none except our raptured !'.', while, notwithstanding Methodist church will unite Sunday nii:hl to utteiul theeiitertaiuinent Older MandachuwltN brotherp, why Hhould our the boasting of California, that State on- niirht at the latter church and some exof llereule,," Harry t.ioyaii'iolli U CllH(ornll brother allow hia mind to be ly furnished 71 winners. cellent music may be expected. We call attention to the description tha iIMir,)w n, the , Advocate w.ih here The refusal of the Louisville MinislM Mlbj.l.l., Mr eareo).eeelinnlv:, nliul is doubtless a htateHinan iih well an a far and pedegree m this issue of the follow- terial Association to admit Catholic ,...,., ........... . tine breeders. Breechloader, owned Bishops, Jewish Ilabbi and Unitarian tOKtate that Mr. K 1. Huhes ih able to 1Illlwllhblnill,1IIKliBfnlllnite,for ing Dr. I'. W. L..ui; Col. Hill, tho prop- clergymen to membership by be out ne;i,, ftcr a ..iiK and mmoim at- caused a senu ami,it((iI w u (.ou(1 t erty of L. D, Garner, and Screamer Jr., sation in relicinus circles and a good lack of tho uriiiiH. Ihe eenial John a hen on a hill fide, ortell thoditlerence tho saddle stallion of James II. l'epples, deal of bitter finding. Dr. Katon, of the ,, Jarrm of yourtown wa, li.ru Monday ,,, vn Wam Jr. hm numerouH (.arrnrd iuinRlinK wit. Baptist church, favored tho admission of Ho Mates that he only had the Hart Wallace, tho Longfellow colt all ministers of the gospel. black fricn.1.1. He drove the , q( altt,IlU w.,l0o, which was sold in Louisville to close a imn i.nni.v. Mainoi vhk)i;o 1'iciHiui, A strong effort will be made to into Jay liyo Sjo. John will not pull the other nine, and in conclusion, congratu- partnership between Mr. L. M. Lasley, duce tho State V. M. C. A., to hold its nhliona over any think' but a uood ouu. lated hiuihelf upon the fact that he had of this place, an Mr. Wallace, of Mo., annual convention in this "city next law year, and all should aid in the moveA. M. Kinniard, of .MiildlelKjroiiKli, win,, given his fouraoii8iuollu;:iatc. education, was bought by Mr. Wallace's son-ifjr$:i,I00. Mr. Ijisley will continue to ment. The Centre College Association Tuesday. J. II. Hrown mid family and had taught them how to use here eveiy nre visiting in Mt. Vernon. Willie Dun-la- itnnli. m. mf ill. nil ii fnrm fr.m n i.itnlnt in.' train him. is now in n highly prosperous condition J. Monroe Leer sold to Peter Siebert, and the young men are in great hopes lifts returned fiom the .Smilml to a threshing machine. Unhappy Mr. Mrs. M. II. Ownley has been Biggs,' We tender you a doxen eggs with of Ashville, III., Monday, two good jacks, of getting tho convention. Danville for $1,(100. James Fee, of this city, sold Advocate. quite sick for several duya. Mm. W. 11, beans ae an accompaniment. Whether Dimlnp and daughter, l.tgeuia, aro vihit- - they were laid by Kentucky democratic to Henry Powers, tho drummer, a bay CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. ing at U. A. Ibirnsides. J. M. U.gan lias . ri.ublican"h0ns or farmers alliance tilly - ycnr.4 old this spring, by Bourbon t .irs. hens, is a matter of but little cosequence; Wilkes, dam a Driftwood mare, for $1100. The railroad commission wns made returned irom .Miiiuieooroiigu. Joseph Mount, of I.a (irauge, JCy., is they aro nood all the same. Will you C. H. Turner, of Millersburg, sold an ex- a constitutional board in the con. con. jack to Albert Knegy, Wednesday, and a section was adopted vibiting her brother. K. V. Mcltoberts. have them scrambled, poached, soft tra good - year-ollo'a-tioof Dudleysville, III., for $1,000. Paris prohibiting railroads practically from The con. con. committee on tlio boiled or hard' Pull down tho bars and of the capitol lihtened attentively to turn the farm boys into tho harvest field, Kentuckian. doing business in this State unless they Moreland it Lee bought of G. becoino incorporated under the laws of fin veil hours of spread eugle oratory nnd while you devour the eggs nnd cuss conof Garrard, -- 0 bond of 1, nt its conclusion it is said trfat they an- gress and the gold bugs. tho State. cattle at :U0 and ' head at l 1ft. T. L. nounced individually and collectively Tho constitutional convention has Lillard bought of James George 4 head finally concluded that what they had heard had not the report of tho comWAYNESBURG. of 1, 100 pound cattle at 3.70. J. S. Owschanged the views of a single member. mittee on general provisions, after re, A. L. formerly of this ley bought of Herring, of Lincoln, 4 bead versing its former action upon the alien io much for oratory, and its etl'ecls. place, diedMcKenzie,Mar. 15, at his homo of cattle at ." cents. Jako holdings of laud in Kentucky. RailSunday, What is needed is more common sense Hnguely sold to W. T. Booker, of Tay- in Middleburg. nnd leM wind. roads and women's property rights took saddle stalL. D. Garner, of Crab Orchard, lorsville, 111., the up the tune of tlio delegates. A friend over the way senda kindly bought of K. H. Caldwell, three lion, King Billie, by Brookie Denmark, greetings to that accomplished young old steers for $!0 last week. dam by King William. Price $700. AdThe longeBt ocean cable in tho world attorney, 1. M. McKoberts. It is a pleas Calvin Miller, of Alliance, Ohio, vocate. is that of the lCastem Telegraph compaJames lire to convey such a message to one was here one day last week. ny, s hose system extends from Kngland HUBBLE. who is both a gentleman and a scholar. Leo and wife, of Alabama, aro visiting to India and measures 'Jl.OOO miles. Rlackerby sold to T. Woods n Africa is now completely encircled by "Whether in tho walks of private life or relatives and friends in this vicinity. incident to his profession bis Win. Smith and wife, of South Fork, are lot of shoats at ."i cts. Lots of tho duties submarine cables, which make up altoin our town now. Win. Hubble gether a length of 17,000 (miles. There record will always bo bright and clean. the eiiestn of M. T. Itevnoldu. M. K. Tho older people remember with vener- - i,ii.,.tt and family, of Jamestown, are bought a family horse of J. F. Rigncy for aro eleven cables across tho north Atlan$75. Mrs. K lira Smith announces that tic, though not all of them are at present ation his distinguished father, than viaitiiiK his mother, Mrs. Krmine Kentucky never produced a 1)et L,.tt. sho will begin a subscription school at in use. Five companies control the lines Mrs. Hocia Trusty, who has been this place Monday, March 30. Jo Ham- of telegraph communication between ter or more estimable cili.en. very sick with pneumonia for tho past monds sold bis mare to Ben Leavell for this country and Kurope. Louisville The literary critic of tho week, is convalescing. Arad K. Cald- 3120 Sam Fugleman wants tho con. Tunes has n poor opinion of tho novel well, who is attending Centre College, con. to do away with the month of Mar., Easterner Have you any horso thiov-e- s recently issued from the press, by 11. II. was homo with his parents a few days in your section? interfering as it is no good, and to avoid Smith, a delegate to the con con.entitled of last week. Mrs. E. S. Gooch, of SomWesterner Lots of 'em. dealers, snell the month with fur nnd tish The Downfall of a Politician." As most erset, who has been visiting her mother, of August with an "r" Argust. Etr "Lots?" day of the politicians of the present "Yes, cemetery lob." Hood News. Mrs. r.rmino Padgett, returned home banks Bros, nnd R. L. Hubble bought never rise very high, they do not have last week. Charley Dunn's horse, a full brother to It takes a smart boy to tell n lie sucvery far to fall, when they commence Maud Messenger, for SSOO. James Leek, cessfully. If ho tells it unsuccessfully CRABORCHARD their downward career, which, sooner a young man of Garrard county, died his father is apt to make him smart. or later ia tho fate of the demagogue and Lenve your orders with J. S. Edmis-to- Tuesday night. It is to bo hoped that sh)ster. Mr. Smith's nom do plume is Standard Investment. for a nice spring suit. Clarence Smith, of Hedgeville, who S S. Hrandt.of MontBomcry.Mo write I'leae "Bell F.li;" and if the Times is right, Eli I havouked Ladies, you should see the celebrat- made an assignment some days ngo, will tend ma a hottloof (Jmtin'i Ointment.thorough-pi- n needs to bo belled. and capped hock, ed patent adjustiblo ladies' shoes before be in running order again n short time. it for creat success Would not be without it in my with James McCarley sold Tom Wood some barn.n Hon. John Young Brown, addressed buying. Call on or address J. S. Edmis-ton- , e S. Hubblo sold his Gen. Agt. small Bboats at nn immense nudience at the A G. LANGIIAM John n. castleman On Time horse to Roy Garner county court day. His I deHaving 6old out my business on Monday, account of the rain for tho nomination were presentsire ro settle up with tlo world and res- for about SUiO-claims ed with becoming,, modesty and while pectfully ask those indebted to me to last Saturday the jury did not meet to making an able, eloquent nnd earnest please come forward and settle. J. F. asoess tho damage in the ro.ul between Bright nnd Carman. It is to bo hoped presentation of the cause he represents ho Holdam. party with that that tho parties will tret a road out in referred to tho opposite Professor Charles A. Young, tho emi- some Bhapo and that Bright will bo givalways characterizes tlio courtesy that nent Princeton astronomer, recently sat en a reasonable damage Hunter House gentleman who understands and obof the Palace. One and Sam Ball have rented the shop at tho proprieties:! life. Ho evi- chatting in the court serves of his listeners could not refrain from Hedgoville. James I. Land will soon dently made a lino impression upon tho asking him in nn way; move to the- Ed Und farm on Rush democracy of Garrard. "What is to you tho most wonderful Branch pike, which ho recently purOn tho 2t)th of February Mr. Marion nnd startling fnctof astronomy?" chased. B AHBEE & C ASTLE M Jliggs, of California, made a speech in "A fact that your great Lick telcecope trial at Columbus, Representatives in which reveals about 100,000,000 of stars, and At a preliminary the House of Skill-maMANAGERS, he said: "My friend from Now York, that every one of them is a huh, theoreti- Intl., for tho killing of Robert T. Lambert S. Goldsmith was releastalks about tho heroes who cally und by analogy giving light and Jlr. Spinoln, It is heat to his planets. You know tho Lick ed by tho Mayor under bond of $15,000 Commerce Building, Louisville. BHtrered during tho revolution. to honor telescopo reveals well enough. Mr. Chairman, stars so small that it to answer. Agents throughout the South Gapt. John T. Milburn, Supreme our illustrious forefathers, to emulate would require 30,000 of them to be visiof the Knights and Ladies of and pluck, and teach ble to tho naked eye." Protector their patriotism Honor and Judge Advocoto General of ,W. A. TBIBBLB, Local Agent, our children to do the same; but tho dis Reports show a squeeze in the lemon tho Kentucky G. A. R., died in Louisof the living are more important tresses 6 STANFORD. KY. j ville yesterday. than tho heroic actions of the dead." As market ny ami an unuHiially larne iiiiiiilwr of ,,, tinuBUi oiih brought upon , the publir only c;.' Houaro jUHl after ilinuer. ccoilwl in 1,1'ttinitii puruai iihi oi wiein HiitftiolyM Dele-Kftt- e. which is as follows hikI Wooilnpnte, Knibry'H Itrowii i ... ....... ' , ''"?., "... I l- i "15-a- ns T.L-iin- i ... .... i i ..... '. . .... ',.... ling mules and 5 long lm FoitSM.it.-- A few bushels of clover seed at $.r) per bushel. A. I). Hoot. A. (J. Coll'ey has lost three cows the ellects of mad dog bites. A. Moberly bought of Spencer Hubble a pair of mare mules for ?:i''0. Huhr t ICaim, of Middlesboio, pur chased of various parlies 18 head of butcher cattle at 'JJ to 'Jf. llahr it ICahn shipped a mixed carload to Middleshoro yctttrdny. In it were IS cattle, J sheep, L' calves, S hogs, and a goat. ('. Vanoy hold to Dan Stags bis lambs for July delivery at ft cents and to A. T. Nuunelley his wool crop not picked at 2'.' cents. W. C. Kstes has fold his stallion, Scotland, by Kgbert, to K. Hughes, of Illinois, for the sum of Winchester Sun. At Winchester court '51 head of 1)50 pound plain steers, brought $.'12.50 per head. Al plain steers, S00 pounds $11.10, M plain steers, 7(H) pounds JltO.ftO. Sun. A Lexington party has sent a fine brood mare by Sherman's Hambletoniau, ' to tho Lincoln Mock Farm, J. 1. Crow, proprietor, to be bred to Hulmont Chief 1 d jl,-26- 0. Track hiving nn tho L. and X. extent-iohas reached Big Stone Gap. Trains will probably not run before May Hig line of Glasswnic just received and cheaper than anywhere. Mr. K T. Fish, who has been in the real ofitate business in the Southwest, has. accepted a position in San A mollis, Texas. Little Cmu Brown is improving very slowly. The Rev. II. C. Pavneis yet confined to his room with grippe. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Brown, of Lancaster, are at Mr. I). X. Williams'. Mr. II. A. WeNh has opened a fruit and store at 15ig Stone Gap. Mrs. Mary Conn has been quite sick. Mr. W. Is Receiving His II. Cox is some better. Mr. Will Albright, of Barbourviile, is visiting relatives in this county. David Hatcher, of London, lost his life in a peculiar manner at Hnzel Patch Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. Wednesday afternoon. When second section of freight train Xo. .13 wns approaching the station lie stepped across to what he supposed to be the side track LATI. ALI.XANDER'S HOTEL,, and the train wns so near him he got bewildered and was struck by the enRENOVATED AjNtD gine and knocked fifty feet. Ho lived May. but a short time. His remains wore $2.50 taken to Iondon. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous- FARRIS&HARDIN'S. H.g.RUPLBY,- - - vee.-etab- le SpringaSummer O oods OTE A. V. WJOLILAI H1LD9 IMPROVED. e, THOROUGHLY Rates I'cr Jones, J. J. Sullivan'. J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Bi LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOCAN, UUHtSS, SHUNTS, Manager. ;bj'Htb i in a i iBia Miaa-Bi- ajJUJiiaaiBiaxa wm m at mtb 1 4 1 . ,,,, QUINN'S LAMENT OiNTMENT. !tflinDQC0R I ui 3 I and all enlargement, SPAYINS, WINUfUttS, m m i . ra:a bjr j nbsolutelr removed ,, lllllllll s I ,Jn. b-l- nme j P It has the unqualified endorsement of our lead' U i.y f.urgr7.rri uiu vt'icrririuriuri. U C. E. DlNKllAiiTTbuiMrr Mate Sank, .. Slayton, Jllnn.,Rn)s: "One bottle cureU a ery bad case of blood spavin H f4UQ.ii on 11 mare for which I have since boen E vl would not be w Ithout It If It cost fl.uu a bottle." S Il'e htue hundreds 0 such tcitimonials. rrtce.Sl.30 prrbolllr. Anlc vourdriiKgtatfor It. IfH be iloisi not keen It, Bt'ud us 12 2c. stamps for trial box. PJ AV. It. KIM1V & m.. ICTilfntinll. V. V. H oITt-re- ;azan?juvntiaiasan3sia-iatLaranuBia:aiBiajiB.!;B-a'B3aiB- 1 The Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. EL p A tt&fifMBMflVtiFriwyr jnSIEf335Pa Penny lias the largest and MOST COMPLETE STOCK or ! A i n Watches and Jewelry " ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to who can do anything send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicA. R. PENNY. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. Grn-lini- n. 100-poun- A.k KfTt2?5Hf7.'i kys& !?:zmXjJP 1,000-poun- j Go to B. F. ROUT'S in. new-good- s 3E8 st, j :r &s st, a. -- FOR- 3Em. IN ALL KINDS OF is Mov Pad-who- Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, I All kinds ol produce taken in exchange at the highest marketpn'ces. iiibiip iiim in BiMiirn3jre.g;iJ!aittraiB3ajm ii Million iiimw ihbiwiibbi tions, Etc., l3n S4T i 0$& 3 rift S& & aria's ' I. IAifl1IBYBDfr EfDffJIM 813 . n OWBKTTO LSHW2 irye 8! FOR m wind-piiff- ii, IB Ml WORM REMEDIES Barm BY 2S VEAKS ST.LCUIS MO EVERY GUARANTEED OR SSIS EVSF.YWHERL court-hous- '- -'I ?mm IToticD RKHARDSOM-TAYL- MD.C0. KisuassrriH On ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. of Incorporation. Insurance Company, olf-luui- d - AN n, Notice is hereby j;ier that A. C Sine, lohnN Meiietee, Joseph Severance, I. M. Ilruce, 1'hoir.is I. Shelton.John A. Allen, j. U. Paxtonaid their associates have incorporated themselves un 'er the name ot "The Odd rcllows' Hall Asoc atiru ol Stanford Ky " The oliject ol the incorporation is to puuhai-- n kiteinStanlord. Ky., and erect thereon a brick, buildine according tornuch pUnsandspecihij,'ona as may be agreed on. The authoniod capital stock-- is $u,oo6, divided into shares ol $ioo each and payable in weekly ol 50 cents oil each share 'lhe corporation shall commence reo 7, 1891, e.irs. and continue tenty-fu- e Tho affairs of the corporation aro to be conducted by a Itoard of een Dircclor,a President, a Vicc.l'rcldentSecrctary and Treasurer, to be elected annually the first Tuesday ; in January. ... i.;..i,., n.M.mnt of indebtedness or liability 10 which the corporation can subjeet itself is ... f..,. .mrihoider. haii I miTvTCi"iT Was a first-cla- y' ' ' ' A C. SINK. JOHN N. MENEKEE. h. j JJ. PARMER, a eTivpniin irvvTiircv. llarber Shop on Main street, I'ortman House, and invites a uliare of your Prompt attention to outside calls and I atronage special aitenuon io laaies aau cniiurer. work oni in the latest style with neatnesi and dispatch. te SS-6- t at nriiTCirn I 104.1m J. JOSEPH SEVERANCE, 1 M, URUCE. THtbs L.SHHI.TON', JOHN A.ALLEN, B. PAXTON. w ' I . II ff H t B 11 t.i ..'J i. ?s. rf Tennessee will have no official Stato Tho gard it as distinctly a bad policy. nnd exhibit at thu World's Fair. feeling to this effect is A severe snow storm prevailed in heeded in d and should be means nothing Nebraska and Kansas Tuesday. the next convention. It Mahch 27, 189! against the personal character or stand-iStankohd, Ky , Tho Cincinnati Democratic Convenof Mai. Norman, but it moans, or tion nominated Hon. Gustav Tafel for should mean, a great deal indeed against m avor. years, died Rt Edward Poe. aged his availabilitv as a candidate of the Saturday night, from North Middletown democratic party for auditor. drinking a pint of whisky. The newpnpcn nrn saying n great maweuh, It is reported that the political difHahiioiuvilli: claims that the recent ny nice tiling about tbo sick editor; iflB be genKingston the dear women are hourly remember-in)- ! term of court held there caused a af- ferences between Mahono and of in Virginia havo been settled. him with delicacies and the good eral reformation of tho condition Peruvian girl has been A fairs. Reformation is the ono particular people of tins entire section have most county of Knox has needed found in New York who was sold by her kindly offered helping hands. lie ap- thing the for $."00. preciates all this of course, but at pres- for many years. Let us hope to hear of parents into domestic service A wealthy Kentuckian named Cole good reports only from that county now. ent is compelled to remain silent on the certainly sent out her share of was held up and robbed of $S,500 iu the bubject. However, when he gains health She has Cherokee Strip. Oklahomo Territory. and strength ho will bo heard from on bad ones. James Watt, the dissipated son of a that score and will try to show his Tin: various bank failures reported California millionaire, died in of their kindnesses that have over tlie entire country goes to piove lodgings in New York City. Young men hecn so unstintedly extended him. We that there is either a decided deficiency beware. who so humbly, as well as unworthily, of filthy lucre in circulation at juesent Co., wholesale Anderson, Greene All the chair in the sanctum sanctorum or that the crop of rascals this year is in dry goods, notions, etc., have assigned at during his confinement are also thankful excess of those for a number of years. Nashville. Liabilities, tl2t,000; assets, for the kind manifestations of interest Youxo IIkauht, the son of the dead $200,000. toward the editor from this people, who Col. W. O. Bradley thinks that HarWe big Goods are truly God's elect, and trust that Senator, is going to start a daily paper rison will bo renominated for the presiw icii ever front, rinu.vn ,',, should we not be able to repay them for in New York with the 20,000,000 left dency and that he will have no serious Is to Hive neonle of ire their great goodniss, "the Giver of all him by his father. Con it be that the opposition. gifts" will do so when yount: man wants all of the good things of good and perfect Chili nn C. Lee, at one time lieu Gen. John they shall meet II im face to face to receive his world ad'onls? 5c oo tenant governor of Ohio, and a conspicu- Sp .their reward. Below we give a few clieclied, a,l James H. Maktin, of Barren county, ous officer during tho war, is dead at Ott icli clippings from ouresteemed contemporais announced us a candidate to succeed Toledo, O. Atic. 20o well ries, which speak in very complimentary Mr. Longmoor. Mr. , I i t Iu the recent death lists of nearly all ri ii Martin is a splenen which we tones of the sick editor and did democrat, a capital uent'eman and the large cities pneumonia is credited -week assure the writers, go a long ways toward Clones would make a No. 1 Clerk of tho Court with a larger number of victims than is alleviating the pain and varying the mo- of consumption. Appeals. notony attendant to a long spell: In a wreck on the Northwestern it Shoes Goods (ire-full "His many friends both within and Tiihkr drunken men were ejected Racine, one man was killed and live were Goods. Come we I without the newspaper craft are distress- from the White House Tuesday. Can it dangerously hurt. ed by reports of the continued serious be that Benjamin is dealing in spiritus The treasury department has issued illnees of Mr. V. 1 Walton, of the Stan- irumeuti '.' warrants to pay S(tti,95S to Missouri and ford Inteiiior Jouitx.w.. He is sulleriug .$7(Ki,l Hto Indiana under the Direct NEWSY NOTES. from an attack of pneumonia, aggravatTax Refunding act. ed bv his courageous but indiscreet re Thero are ."),000 cases of la grippe in The steamer, Stratharly, went ashore A. If KANSK Vv fusal to take to his bed until he could Pittsburgh not far from Forfolk and out of a crowd Main Street, Stauford, Ky, .HANKS AND GA1IK1I2L,, upon his feet. If good Lucius Robmson, of New of 20, 11) were drowned. no longer keep possess any medicinal ellicacy York, died at his home in Ehnra, in his wishes The plan of congressional redistrict- he will quickly be restored to his field Slst year. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve inn in Pennsylvania gives 10 districts to The of usefulness." Louisville Times. Brother Blair has accepted the Chi- the republicans, 10 to the democrats and ic in life orll for cut. I. runes, sores, nkprv 1lt rheum, fever wires, tetter, i ha ' "Editor Walton, of he Ixteiuok Jouit-.va- nese 'fission and sails for his post Pd hand, ihilulaint, lorn and all Kn. er.ip leaves four doubtful. piles, or Py teiuir liemand wuirly is sulleriug from an attack of la about May 1. in ed. It i guaranteedlutnl'ivo perleit vititau r, A resolution was introduced to per " Met. In I'm 5 I). F. the constitutional convention yesterday or money refunded a complaint that has spared but grippe, P. B. Mabray shot and killed KofMleHyA K I'ennv. SUHtord. Ky. fow persons in this section this winter. Ryalls at Lexington, Miss. - mIt was the to provide laws for the better regulation This is poor consolation for our esteem- result of an old feud. Tho Flrat Stp. of State and private banks. clocks Prhp you are tun dnn. nti'l tat . I ed neighbor, but as he is up with the New York City reports MU deaths The mortality from la grippe is most leii. cant ihml. i an'l do anything to v"' hal aiU Mm procession in everything else he could Wednesday from la grippe. Many prom- appalling. Up to midnight on March faiiKXi. and you vmndr Oiould heed Ihe arnlHC, yon are takii. I'.Mr l hardly expect to escape an ailment that inent citizens are in the list. Vou neeii i ntnii b& Iij).iiiinj in atly ami prompt25 for two weeks the d- atlis aggregated into Rertuut i!'o"f.'l'H1 !rp Klrrlrii Hitler is so fashionable. We trust, however, Near New Vienna, O , Todd Moore, 1,510, or & per 1,000, which is unpre remedy for reMomiK ywr you will find iKmuit. nervu )Himi ly done Surpmiiw " ft lunduion iimaiaf. his indiBpositiou will be brief and unac- aged 10, quarreled with his father, Wil- cedented. lollow th nwul thi Nerve Tctwc and Altrranvr ' companied by serious illness. In the liam Moore, and shot and instantly kill're return, tfood diction i. Charles E. Kincaid is beim; tried at Yur rtemme healthy action Uver I will ukmeantime his excellent paper is in most ed him. o!d or siher in killing of W. P. and the Iwmle and kidneys cent nt A. K I'ei.ny Washington for the lor t; xnls. (Stanford, Ky.) -' old l'rue 50 Iry a excellent bauds." Danville Advocate. It is charged that the Schwartz Taulbee. His jury has 4 colored men drug trc "Editor Walton, of the Stanford Inte-nio- Bank, of Louisville was broken ten on it. The trial will probably last all Journal, is very sick with years ago and sinCo then it has oxisted tho week. Mr. Walton's serious illness as a snare for tho unwary. Deputy Warden J. W. Marshall, of means a great deal to the newspaper busA shortage of 5121,00 has been dis- the peuitentiary, shot and killed Reuben duwn with met!., fulkn. cd with a MAN '( ) R I ), K Y. iness of Kentucky and wo wish him a covered in tho Washington National Collier, an insubordinate negro prisoner. .he v.a t.keB and turmne into a I)ilor Iruatirul touith at home mid ;t IctrHt treated her, hut ir um; Bpeedy recovery.'" The Etizibethtown Bank of New York and as a consequence Collier had refused to obey the deputy lie Krew wnrw rtiMi!lv until he wa a mere he he trwd Ur Km' Times. 'handful of bone." the doors have been closed. wardens order. two and a half New UiHovery and alter the ue following telegram was received The county, bottles wa completely cured. They .y Ur, Mrs. Russell, of Kansas City, and R. Sam Stewart, of Jackson worth il weight in gold Dmotery Kin yesterday: S. Hatton were found dead in the same Tenn., was pardoned by the governor on vet you New get you a trul bottle free at A. K We arc closing out our stock of Gibbs' Imperial, Iron Hcani, Chammay FitA.sKKonT.Mar. 2G, '91 -- Tell Will I bed in a hotel in Des Moines, Iowa, hav- a case of concealed weapons, because he IVany's drug More. pion and Oliver Steel and Combination Plows AT COST. When wc think of him daily and long to hear that ing been asphyxiated by gas. had just become the father of triplets Miles' Norvo una Llvor Pills say cost, we mean cost. n: the liver, Acton a new he is well again. Wire me his condiThe navy department has ordered boys ono 11 the others 10 pounds A new We have taken thcagency for the "Vulcan" Chilled Plow, the com and bowel through the nerve. stomach E. Polk Johnston. tion. the cruiser San Francisco to Chilian wa- each. discovery Dr. Milts' i'lllf peelily cure biltout ofing Plow, and these must go to make room for them. Since Collector Scott has been in nen, bad taue, turpid liver, tiihn, cslHtipaticii ters. The Charleston will probably folbmallrM L'nequaled for men, women, children Choice lot ol home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and A news paragraph in reference to the fice penalties have been collected from mildest, urcM 50 dote 3$ cent, 'ample frve low the San Francisco within a week. Oats. race for Auditor, recently published in fully 500 dealers in either liquor or to- at A. K Penny's, Stanford The liabilities of the Theo. Schwartz Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. the Inteiuoii Journal, seems to have k Co., bank have reached $1,000,000, n bacco who have failed to pay tho taxes Tho Flnoat on Earth. The Cimitmati, Hamilton ,v nayian n mi been seized upon by Maj. Norman as a is claimed and the the assets are even imposed upon them by the governFull stock of Hardware and Groceries. the only line running l'tiUman' 1'erlected Safety census belli, and became tho occasion of the ment. Vettihuled I r.unt, with Chair, l'arlor. Sleeping smaller than they were at first thought. Innnd Dining Car service between a c SINK late animated passage at arms between J N. MKNKKHr; It is reported from Pittsburg that dianapolis and Chicasu and u the Cincinnati, only line A count of Keutucky papers shows l'hrough Reclining- Chair Car brtwecn Cm-tho Major and Mr. II. C. Warren at BowBaltimore and Ohio company has the III. and hkeplng SO are clamoring that out of 100 papers, nnotl, Keokuk and Springfield, decided to parallel the Pennsylvania C tr Cincinnati to Mai kinaw; and the ling Green. Injustice to Mr. Warren for Cleveland for president, notwithfrom end to end, and Only Dlroot Line wo rise to say that ho did not inspire standing his silver letter opposing Free Company's lines Luna, IU t The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. and was in no wise responsible for that that Andrew Carnegie will bo tho now troit, ten Cincinnati, Dayton.Canada. Toledo, Dethe Lake Region and Coinage. B. v O. of fact wo do not run ne of the oldest in the State ol LIMXKKR, The road president of tho article. In point SASH, In a house of prostitution in CincinOhioand the only line entering Cinutinati over 15 Tho real majority of tho committee miles of double track, and fromiu pait record can Mr. Warren, though we favor his elec nati, Louis Bezinah was mortally woundHOOKS, more than assure IU patrons speed, comfort and on capitol location, composed of six oi safety. tion, nor does .Mr. warren run tins ed by "Kid" Dugan, who then tried to IILINHS, SIHING, Ticket on ale everywhere, and sec that they It is in fact no man's organ, kill .May Kiley, ttie proprietress, over the eleven members of the committee, or out of Cincinnati, D either Verandah and Stairwork at city prices, con- rendC.il or Toledo. in have agreed to recommend to the stands on its own "pastern joints" and Indiananch whom the difficulty arose. k. o Mccormick, stitutional convention the submission to is published for S2 per year, strictly in Ceneral PaeBgerand Ticket Aent. Two more indictments havo been advance. people of the capitol location questhe We carry a full stock of everything found in a A Valtiiiltlu In justice to Maj. Norman we, while returned at New Orleans against tion. Dr llniwn Seijunnl't elixir of roultimaybs and Cooney for attempting to A mob gathered around the Mt. wo are un. will say also that no reflec cry ono knuvri uti liiiH,rMia l Moviry. but Cnrn certion was meant upon his character as a bribe jurors. D. C. O'Malley, the de- Sterling jail, Wednesday night to make tli.it Dr l'r iiklin Miles' New Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract with It short work of tho Wiggintons, who tainly it.lienrt iiiisxiveri ilnmuiid afllirtedLlfO. man or democrat. What wo did mean, tective, has also boen indicted. disrn.se nerlono NriW LoilBOOf for building. hlNIC & MKNKFFJi. Stanford, Ky. A Findlay, O., physician took o.'J poisoned Messrs. Ferguson and Watts, DruirglsN who fun observe Hi eflcci on man Maj. Norman to be plain, was this: customer !Veryhcro speak very highly of It. of Gen. Hew- morphine pills and begun to figure on but the county judge caught on to their .Mr. John Wacr f Krnghtstown. Iml . say: held from the beginning "I have iid much of Dr Miles' New Cura und twr LOW PRICKS. 1S91. itt's term.and by his appointment tho tho wall of his room how long it would proceedings and after making a speech hno rccfiveil tunny good reports " O Monroi. 1891. of Dunkirk N Y.. report luriro sale. "And most important and lucrative position be before death would end his miserable to them tho mob dispersed. the host purl or It is every bottle luis (riven satChris. Abegglen, u wealthy farmer isfaction " Sold and BU.iranteod by A II PenHis relation to existence. It is needless to say that he in the auditor's ofiice. did not complete his mathematical prob- near Milan, Ind., committed suicide by ny, Stanford, Ky. Hewitt was of the closest. When Gen. . threat IllMcovcrcrN. blowing off his head with a Farmers and plowmen know that the Oliver Chilled Plow is tkc Hewitt resigned tho position of auditor lem. What llcll ami K.lismi lire to tho telephone nnd The Louisville & Nashville fast He placed tho muzzle of the gun against electricity, snys tlm riltsburi;Nor!. Dr. Frank-ll- best plow on earth. Prices greatly reduced. No. Maj. Norman, through his influence, A. for S4.50, formIn nervMilui, Hit; well Uuouii prcla Ut He has passenger train from Cincinnati for New the side of his head, and fired it oil'. ous diseases, is to the nervous system unci tiervu erly $$; No. H. $6, formerly j56. 50; No. 10 S7, formerly waB appointed his successor. $8; No. r3 tha ttuUL Anion if his been there 12 years and is thoroughly Orleans was partially wrecked at An- The load of shot tore off'all that portion Kcsloralivr Nervine nutneroua Ulscotorlei tuo S8, formerly $9; No. 19 SS.50, formerly J? to; No. 20 $9, formerly Is undoubtedly one of greatest identified with the administration of chorage shortly lifter 11 o'clock Monday of his head above the ears, and scattered dyspepsia, It is unsurpassed In nervousness, $10.50; No. K. $9 50, formerly $11; No. cpllopy, neuralgia, 30,9.50, formerly jSii; No. desire unneces- night. The rear sleeper was demolished portious of tho skull and brains for 20 that office. We do not inelum holly ulecpleatness, changed life, Mouldboards, Landslides and Standards may be Jid of A. Jt 40 $9. 50, formerly $ 1. etc. rrrt trial bollltt of ll sarily to stir up nn old stench, but it is and the 14 occupants more or less in- feet around him. onii have also joined the army of low prices and I'ennv, dminM All should read his are furnished cheaper John Mount, the oldest criminal in ainrtlino tad for the Afflicltii," a very able. to notorious, and indeed has been judicial- jured. than ever before. Bear this fact in mind, that the Oliver Chilled anil finely Illustrated book. Free A Columbus, Ind., husband, who tho world, died last week in Covington all. ly determined by tho highest court of Plows. are better known, have reached a larger sale, have had a longthe State, that, but for gross carelessness deserted his wife and baby of 5 months, at 1)2 years of age. Ho had served terms er run, have proved more popular and given better satisfaction than office during taking with him all the money they had, in the penitentiaries of Kentucky, Mis SJSLX.E. and neglect of duty in that any other plow on the face of the globe. Don't be deceived by imitho time mentioned, the Tate defalcation has been kind enough to writo to them souri, Ohio and Indiana, for all kinds of 2 Houses and Lots in McKinnoy, tations, but see that the name of "Oliver" is on all the wearing parts. He spent over nnd looting of the treasury could not from his new home in Nebraska saying crimes except murder. Doth desirable homes. For information and havo occurred. Doubtless, as wo aro that he is "fat and sassy and hopes they 50 years in prison, but for the past 15 term, addresn MRS. SUSIE S. ADAMS, years ho had been living quietly at his glad to believe, this failure to discharge nre the same." 6 West Mam Street, John G. Cash man, editor of the Ev- home in Covington. a plain statutory duty was occasioned, Lexington, Kv. s The national committee of tho not by bad or improper motives, but by ening Post, and Ernest Hardenstein, of Association called upon President misplaced and unwarranted confidence Tho Business, both published at Vicks-burMiss., had a heated discussion Harrison and presented to him an adthe integrity of Mr. Tuto. But all the in Hamo it resulted in a great scandal and nbout the mobbing of the Mafia at New dress full of praise for the fairness with loss of public money, nnd tho democrat Orleans, when Cashman drew his revol which he has treated the colored race. Hid will be received till Saturday, March .3ih. bridging aud.McAdam-izingic partv is naturally sought to be held ver and shot Hardenstein dead. It is very plain that tho colored broth- for the grading, masonry, Logans Creek Turnpike, the Stanlordand Tho biggest soap manufacturing ers wero dealing in irony. If the president about two miles in length. Call at I) W, for it. The nomination of responsible anil examine profile, specification, &c Mr. Norman, Hewitt's intimate and ap concern in the world has been organized has done anything to speak of for tho V.. T l'KNCE, I're.ident, Imn romiitcd nast favors at Houston, Texas. Tho corporation colored race it has escaped our sight. nn:nA Green B. Addams, who was apby giving to Gen. Hewitt's brother the will havo a capital of 15,000,000 and position m proposes to establish plants to cost from pointed by the Court of Appeals to fill iut. nml most resnonsihlo the ofiice, would bo construed by tho $50,000 to $200,000 in Houston, Now Or- tho ofiice mado vacant by Mr. Long-moP. W. GREEN, Proprlotor. for and till August, is a candidate to fill people of tho State as an endorsement leans and other cities in the cotton belt. A company has been organized at out the unexpired term. He says: "If I have recently taken charge 01 this well known and continuation of tho Ilowitt adminis- , "CaM o rl b M weU acUptrd to children th&t Caatorla curra Colic, Constipation, Hotel and intend keeping it at Ut present high Hour Stomach, DUrrlurn, Eructation, elected, I shall ask and receive only the standard. Special attention given to the traveling I recommend ItJuaupcrlor to any prescription tration. That administration was in Knoxvillo with a capital stock of f Kills Woniu, glvos tdevp, and piumotw dl- , H. A. Akciiir, M. I)., known to me." its object being the founding of compensation I now receive as deputy public. many particulars a most admirable on-IU So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N, Y, I Without Injurious medication. le we believe in nil par n great manufacturing city in the heal- in the ofiice, and I shall faithfully report and is defensible Tub CumcR Compikt, 77 Murray Street, K. T. In connectlo 1. Alto ttculare, but we do not regard it as pood thy highlands of East Tennessee, which and pay over tp Mr. Longmoor'a widow, policy to invito a campaign in are so wealthy in timber, iron, coal and my sister, every dollar which Mr. Long-moparty Billiard would' have earned from the office Pool which the dorndoracy would ho put on other mining aud agricultural resour73.1t - ces. had ho lived." tne defensive from the start. Wo reSemi-Week- ly Interior Journal deep-seate- wide-anrea- mi W. F. WALTON. ,Oi P !' KG. 1 I Me Been which will IalkiM But will talh much louder lids ljk 10-ce- sj Ji a GALA WEEK M Louisville StoreR ,,;; our prices will matte you but all you need for the money. arc receiving every day quantities of Spring and Summer are oougu at the encapest prices obtained, an tin State and are determined the Stanford and. ,,,,.. the benefit it. Prices will talk, therefore rend the followind. ring styles, per yard; Worsteds iu all colors from, per uard, urn and, fancy Worsteds 20c per iurd, worth Sbc and white yard, worth Sateens, tic. as Bidllantines 'as nil nJi,, n,Z ....... ,oiions eriuaiiu as can. ana, irovas Received this thcjirsl shipment of .Mather's self lacing Kid Every Htir guaranteed. SI pair, the latest and. most comfortable thin out and, Gents' burnishing 0'ir Carpet, Clothing, Departments in and look and of the latest style are convinced hatSh THE t LOUISVILLE r bi--- ST ORE Proprietor. Ex-Go- Malingers. l, KMJM &0BT. FE2TZEL, -- m m N nmi - nu-n- WMcfES aptn-tit- e i All Work Warranted. ixjnic Fine Watches a Snccinlfv. u pneu-inoni- n. 1 11I I principle-reculati- run-lin- c Stanford Lumber Yard. LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, 11 , WOVE2T Mc-Uhry- l)lcot'iy, 'WIRE AITD SLAT FENCE. FXKST CI.iS.SS 3CXJMBEH YARD." 11 The "OLIVER" LEADS the Procession. shot-gun- u back-uch- FOB J. B. FOSTER, Agent 96-1- 1 Afro-Pres- g, To Let, Two Miles of Turnpike. Vande-veed of r't I ItrflVJ j9 Infants or MYERS HOUSE, Room hJ Children. First-Class'.Samp- or and Parlors. c-jaw- kL -- i,Wj .. v'T.av.r.i .jU&j&Jmfr .'.. mj&K... .. , iiMiTimfiffiffftniiriM . t rt -- ..: w.iiiiMriHfirrT- ..uv -wr-- .u "" j tmMk '1pbgkft tjM'i!sfefc:sissj sr,f8siy'iiv i"r V ' f ,."' '' rj.&,.si,Sf,&tp..2t'- rt . I Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal , FiiKflii 11. lot of Zoitflur Uros.' Shaiikb. hIiocd nt S. days at SiANroHi), Ivy - M.utni 27, 1H!)1 SAWKTiahlngles and fenc ng lumber for Bide by J. I J. FoHter. B.O.WALTON, I3UH. ManuRor Goon work lorso for salu. cheap. M. F. Klkin it Co. Hkaii-i.ioii- Will sell t nt IJ. K. t llru proof oil to be found W. II. Wearen's. d r MEANS BUSINESS. Call Tim Xorth-boun- passenger jumped de- Youii nccount is duo nml ready, and Bt'ttlo and the track nt Altamont Tuesday and obllu A. K. Tunny. POINTS. layed it about :t bonis. Fortunately the train was running vory slowly and little or no damage was done, save a hevere shaking up of the passengers. f t Tin: Woody Uros. have written that Second dam full sister to P. Monroe a a&X. by they will arrive Tuesday and will begin Jim Monroe 83$, sire of I.ady Monroe 1 i6J, Kitty of 11! Iuwuiih iininetliatuly. their session Hates a 19, Monroe Chief a 18' ( and 14 in 1 30 list. I.Hsh Jim Monroe by Alexanders Atxlallan 15 Thu hundred wholars have all been seton. MlWi IShtiik V .ton has ruttiriiil lo cured and the session promises to he both 'third dam by Ouvnll's Mumbriuo, oh of Whip. inteiesting and instructing. Thu 1'reby-teriaIoulsvillu. Church will be used this time. Ilr.l.MOM CII1IJI i a rich buy in color, was foaled in 1S85; he stands full tft hands high and 1'lCAIIMiN Mil, I, Hit if? thnmtiimxl ill is strictly a fine horse, smooth turned tf extra muscular development, showing treat power. He has typhoid fcvur. an excellent set or legs, Hat, clean and hard in finish, the individual merit of this stallion in form, finMoms Garrard, ish iatid. Jion is fully up to and in keeping with his high breedinp. His oldest colts are coming y I.irri.K Ukoihik .Mk.vkkki: is vory hick of Manchester, and also jhou great natural speed lie hail 9 near-oli- l owned by E. W Cribbs, Decatui, writes that it takes from Mich., that went trials better than a 30 last siar I will pay $500 to the breeder of the first 230 with piiuiimuniii. I to tl days for ptrfortner ol his get since he has been owned by me the .louts al to J. M. Williams, of .Ml. Vurnon, is get to bin IIKL.MO.NT CHIKF will make the season of z3yi at my place noar McKinney at There is no reawith friontlri liutu. son that it should taku longer than a SBO Insure or tho with Return Privilege. Miss I.izikTwiiivvkll, of Huston villi, day to rem h Manchester and wo fchnll Mares kept on j;"d grass at $2 per month, owners' rnk. was in thu city Ttttwiuy. investigate things and see wheru the Gait. W. X. Ta 1.1.1 ii;ito of thu K. C. fault lies. P. CROW, was in to wo us Htirlny. A UAiiisrit.MKol Montgomery count Jamih II.miiiin, of Mouticollo, IltlM Uniting hi hrothur, Murk Hitnlln. committed suicide by jumping in a Won Mjjmiw. H.mim: Iliti.M and (). V. Ifiluy, tell. It in very evident from his rash of I'inovillo, Imvo liooii ullttiuliiiK court action that the Montgomeiy 'Squirt 1891. does not think as much of bin ollicu as hure. .Miw. Thomas ItiuiiMiiH, of Junction thu 'Squires in this nceic o' the woods City, Hltumlwl thu burial of Mrs. I. M. do, or else ho would have timer shullled oil this mortal coil on Ids own account. Hnice. Re. ord j iq)4 in a Race Mil. C. Iv. Jo.vhh, of MtilillopUoro, hw-oi- l Xot until his time of holding olllce had through Wwliiowliiy to visit rulutivvi. expired any wav. Sired by the Great Red Wilkes 1749. sire of 7 in the 1 ao list, 36 in 130 list and grandsiroof 7 in tho 1 30 list, a showing neser before equaled by any other horse, living or dead, at same age. at Mouticollo. First dam I.adv Cassell dam ol Relies lew Wilkes Tin: Maxtor of sacred music, 13' two others that, barring accident, 9K Cut. W.J. Wash, Ko.nl Mastor of the tableaux and recittitioiis at the Christian will erter "'' a 30 list this season the by Shelby Chief p (sire'ol Railo 224, Cascarilla K. O, division of thu I.. iV: X., was in church evening at 7..'50 prom5. &c., and tne damn of Delineator a tS and others tow n Tmwlny. ises to be a thoroughly enjoyable enterSecond dam Sallie (trial te wagon j8in'r6 by Thalloba (son ol Alexander's Abdallah and Mil. T. K. Walton, of Atlantn, Cm., Fanny, dam of Waterwitch, dam el Mambri-n- o ; tainment. Thu beHt talent in town will Wednesday live, Gift a 20, Vicklng 3 igtf, Scotland 2 22M. ywttirtlny to hiu lita hrothur who Tiik Danville Ailvoeute reportH tlie avelet 2 24, Waterloo 2 27 and Sprite, dam of take port and ns thu imrticipnntH lime Mill remains vory ill, , 3 in the 2 30 list. cattle!" taken much mini in their work we Hiileofa lot of Tnir,ldam by Clark Chief 89 (sire of Crodie 2 t.V and oth- nod the lmliy Mas Jons IUi.i. (iii-or etuitetnporary Hlioiiltl hy A ers and the dams of l'hallas 3 13K, Majslica a 15, trust their Utlatrs will bo well rewarded. Our wont to WilliuuiMriirx yestunlay to visit ilson 2 16J4, Corallard 2 ioJf and 17 others m Go and thereby help a good cause. Ad- all uieaiirt nliirt a HtilHcription list to buy 2 30 or belter. Mrs. Gilon's mother. andpreHent them to the next cirthem A glance at the abose pedigree svill reoilllv show that Relies lew Wilkes is rich in the mission only !!" eMitH. speed blood producing ines, bein by the great Red N likes (svho by the records is the best son of the of Mit. W. 1.. CiuM'I.kk 1ms lotiirnml he Charming- Soubrette, michtv cus that comes along. Danville would George V ilScri.sire of 71 performers in 2 y, and better) and that his blood breeds on is demonstrated from Mvur'HKd, l'lw., vslmru hu has boon by bring the grandsire ol 7 in the 2 30 list at the age of t. Kihiit Down With Mknbi.ks. Mr. then have a death hold on that kind of MISS An aiMljsisof lle'leview's pedigree will show that it ranks among the best, tracing as it dees to uniraptd for wvend moutlts. Mosch Collev, of Mr Kinney, has had iimupeiuentH and that little town which mighty George tt'ilki throush his bestson. Red Wilkes, twice to Alexander's Abdallah. ono of the the Ami In r Company of sterling Artists in John R most prepotent sons of Hambletoman 10 and thrte times to Mambrino Chief. Miwsiim. (! W. M.Cuhk, I). C. l'oyn. a fearful time with measles in his family. lutun't even got water works might get Musu s roaring farce comedy, a hore of fine style. ipeedy conformation and a trotter of high order, liavinc ' , ne,,.'e,!,"'w, tor and Jack Ad.iuis, of Mt. Vernon, All eight of his children were down at its fill of the clowns' funny payings H .. ... . nt .rr. ..... , In. , tmfl.il u h.lr mil. in ., ... iiiiiiiHuu . 11U3C.5CCUUU -IO llie ...n.. 1. ... .w.... n .,., .....i ... gone .l.... e has repeatedly being timed separately in 1 27. Quarters in is .rrmi.U n .,,!.,, 1,.. . huvo been attending court here. which ho delight the average Dnnvillian. will be sent to lower his short season in the stud lie His ouch mid all were extremely sick. fj is one record and we confidentlv u.H him:.IU get a mark close to 2 20 before the season closes been youngest, some 7 mouths old, died Tuesnt the onlv thre ona nf Mim Hkitii: Chi ik ii who has He srnu. .. Given by the CotnpsnyoseriVu nights The finest records better than 2 30 making the season in the State, and the other two stand nt Jroo and Siso Takbn Homk run Tiual. Sheriff visiting Mrs. J. I McDupdd Iibs rutiirn-o- day mid several other members of his uniformed HANI) and Orchestra in the United IlcllcTiew Wilkes will make the season of 1891 at UcIIcmcw Kami 1)4 miles east of Ilurgin Mates. of Harlan, and Deputies Hailey, to bur home ntMockton, Mo. family are dangerously low. Three Skidmore, Coldiron and Xoel took SidAt with tho Mils. Maihjaiu.t IHwn, of Ctarrard, have sullleiently recovered, however, to PARADE AT USUAL HOUR. Limited to 30 approved mares. Mareskeptat reasonable RotUrn Privilogo. ney Lewis, fratricide, ami John Howard, rates, but not responsible lor accidents mnk'1 through Tuesday to visit Mrs. bo of soinu service in waiting on the Mis, any occur ringing charged with murder, to Harlan Court uienne, Hamlin is a Mnal. and Dancing Come- should D M A S. ROWM AN. Ilurgin, Ky. wlthoutan Thoi. Kicbards, nt Junction City. ., We others. I'sual first N. House yesterday for trial. They were Roberts nrn.ee Reserved veats on W 6 Mc first obtaining will give $jo2 to the betterof his produce securing a record of 2 30 or.Vbetter and $;oo to the a reconl ot 20 or IM. Kkiii, n uio.it excellent young 7 d. M. A. S. HOWSIAN man of thu West 1'n 1, luavus this week The Georgh Hamlin Co. opened met at Corbin with a large posM?, who n two nights' engagement last evening will fee that the prisoners reach their to innko his home nt Ixiugview, Ala. FOR THE BIGGEST-Miw. II. C. Fahiiis nnd Mrs. Mark in John It Music's strong romudy, "Lit- destination in safety. Deputy Hailey, is llanlin havu both been quite, sick, but tle Vic." The audience, while by no the man who went to California and Ray horse, 15H hands high, foaled in 18SS . sired 'J 7m1 4 by On wo areglfttl to statu that they are much menus in proportion to the merits of the identified Wils Howard and is one of ington lime, by Stonewall Jackson, he by Wash4W IlX! - rtAKO- Denmark. Tho Howard First dam a very fino saddle mare of 8. Hubble, better. company, was delighted with the perfor- Harlan's best citizens. ad dam by Denmark, also a sery by crmont call from ono of thu prettiest mance nnd its approval was demonstrat- factious killed a couple of his uncles and finely suited mare. Wiikn n IN is said that he has spent some $2,000 This hne young saddle horse will stand at my girls In thu West KntI, or any othur end, ed by frequent and continuous applause. it stable, three miles from Crab Orchard on vtanlord as far ns that is concerned, fails to The dual role of Little Vic and Corduroy in prosecuting various members of that pile, the editor hu must bo a very sick Hill Ills Miss Hamlin well and her versa faction. The sheriffs were all armed At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. with shot guns, Winchesters and Colts man Indeed. tility is displayed ,to good advantage. I Is and repembleda little army as they (1. Hamus, maiiRgur, and W. 13. The little lady is not only an accom1. l will also stand at same place my fine mule jack Powell, advance rejiresuiuativu of Geor plished vocalist and n graceful dancer, marched tho prisoners to the depot. says that tho killing of giu Hamlin company, were in thu city but Hhe is an actress of high order of ta- Sheriff Skidmore Tburhday. They carry thirteen people lent. She won friends Inst evening from Judge Lewis by his son is unparalleled ANDwith the ohow. the first mid suceeded in placing herself iu atrocity and that it is generally con- Ily Hubble'sl'rince. sireof Rngnoli and Joe Mil. ami Miw. (J. I. ISkk.iit have re- in thu estimation of the audience with ceded that it was a conspiracy between At Eight Dollars to Insure. turned from a six weeks' stay at Hot such well known soubrettes as Katie the mother and son. It is believed that Spring". Mrs. Hrlght is considerably im- Putnam, l'atti Kosn, Lizzie Kvans and young Lewis will plead that tho killing 8 L. IJ GARNER, Crab Orchard, Ky proved, but the baths did not agree with others. The entire company is well bal- was done in self defense. Mr. Itriglit, who bad quito a spell while anced and the plensuru of the evening DEATHS' DOINGS. was very much enhanced by an excellent there. In the county, go to Tho biblical quotation, "In tho Hopkinsvillu (Ky.) Xew John U. Fahiiis has taken charge of orchestra. midst of life we are in death," waa M. .S. Itaughiuan'H trottors and we Km. At Walton's Opera House, WedMr. This fine young saddle stallion will the exemplified Tuesday morning season of ibat at my stable 4 miles eaststand Stanmay look out for the development of nesday evening, April 1. of ford on the Id county road leading form Rowwhen Mrs. I. M. Bruco's spirit took land and will be permitted to serve mares Mr. F. is nn excellent phenomenals. 15 horseman, a splendid trainer and knows Hit few people have been in attend- lligi.t to abetter world. The picture of how to handle the lines on a race track. ance at circuit court so far and the health and happiness ono day, it pale At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. fiaTSPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all spring term is proving a very dull one. corpse the next. It was a surprise to Description and I'edigree- He is a l.iutiful CITY AND VICINITY. In fact there is not enough litigation to everybody as well as a severe shock to nnhogons bay, black mane and tall, 3 years old work guaranteed. Jay of May, 16 hands high and weighs induce tho visiting attorney to honor the many who know Mrs. IJruco inti- the 15th 1,100 pounds; commanding in appearance and Kk.mkmukii thu sale of the Henry H enhussymtnetrK.il in form Stanford with his presence, and tho con- mately. It was a blow to a loving 'jired bv the late well known Screamer, dam by ter fnrm sequence is our home attorneys have band that time can not wear awuy and Second Gill too well known in LinHis a lots to a daughter that is irreparable. coln tosire. Screamer, wasmention here need any further Takk your eggs to Joo S. Jones and about done all the business so far. In tho writer's sojourn of 10 years hero Mares bred to this horse, il traded or removed The standing jury is as follows: G. get 11! J cents per dozen. from the neighborhood without satisfying me that K. I'ngleman, Sidney Dunhar, J. (J. there has been no sadder day in Stanthey are not in foal, forfeit the season and the money is due. Alio hold a lien on the colt until fruits, etc. Smith, G. Vanoy, Win. Cash, An. kinds of fresh randies, Win. Per- ford than Wednesday, when all that the Se.ion is paid K. Ziuiiner's. Buttie Bruco was just recuived at Mares kepi on grass at ft per month at owners' kins, Jos. Swope, N. W. Sampson, S. S. was earthly of Mrs. Myers, T. J. Hill, S. M. Spoonamore, consigned to mother earth. With a dis- "i JAMKS H. I'EPIM.KS JR., N, Y. Skki I'otatoks, Onion Sets and Stanford, Ky Robert McAlister, Alex Heazley, J. A. position that was sunshine itself; with Garden Seeds at A. A. Warren's W. II. Clore, Juo. Dinwiddle, n character absolutely lovely and n heart Ohappell, ., full of lovo for her innumerable friends, Fink "Toulon" gooso eggs for sale nt (ieorgo Peyton. pur dozen. Mrs. H. W. Gainus. The several whisky cases against the with her death passes away a model fl Myers House and I'ortman House bar- woman. Mrs. Bruco was sick just 12 KoiiTHKiiN white oatu nnd timothy just . ... .. . .. . iiniira tinrtimart rooms, which indictments were found .u.t.n, .,.. ...., ivir(. iitiurrs ui exertii mis inorougnureu win mace tne season ol lEqi V. 11. Wearun. received. D. K. niini? miin and although opiates WerO tmy farm on the Stanford and Milledgevllle pike last court, wern pardoned by tho govern" 6 miles Irom stanlord ana tl miles from Milledgc- Our goods are so intense theylViiie, Mil It. C. Waiiiikn requests ua to atnte or, and Judge Morrow filed tho two usetl tho suffering was Her that ho will apeak ntCarlialo Saturday nt against Anderson Carr away, Charlie did little or no good. virtuallydiseaso was At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, apoplexy, Green nnd Armstrongwas fined 520forgaming; Wil- embolism, which is 1 o'clock, nnd that Hlnckburn, she was taken ill till Monrytlue when the colt is foaled or mare parted Xorninn aro cordially invited to bo on liam Gooch and William Gaddls were and from tho time A retained on all coits until season v.. ......... u.. each given 10 days in jail and fined Ji'S Lo .Inn tit aim ilid not rallv Hliliicieiltl V with. is hen money paid hand. And ready for thft trade. Men's regular cut and exra long Sacks, Description Ilreechloader is a rich dark ta 9 to reCOgtllZO her klllll nilSUanil, WHO for carrying concealed weapons. Gooch with black points, heavy mane ami tail. icJ ft Children's from 4 to 15 years citieB was acquitted in one concealed I have just returned from the Frocks and weapon could have homo his great .loss easier ' assortment of spring case and his case for disturbing religious had ho at least been able to bid her with an elegant with short pants. y imp. iiilfet 150. millinery nnd cordially invito the Indies worship was continued. , llnal farewell. Mrs. Bruco was Mtgsjisso . First dam Nellie Viley. grandam of !..,! mm ucou mm iicu l)0b Johnson; 2d dam Mary Churchill Hinette to call nnd oxumino my atock. Mre. Dick Logan's case for giving whisky to UettlO riiruom aim i..i i. by Alex. 30 Kate Klkin. n minor was filed away with leave to re- nearly 10 years. Four children blessed king Alfonso: cam by mm. .Margrave, grandam of 4th dam Mistletoe bv Chnt.. Susan by 'litter; 6th dam by instate. Het Huford and Viney Harlau, tho union, but only little .Miss Mary 5th dam Davik Hatciikh. of this county, was Aitieri: ?tn nam ov .wenne: ath dam hv r.,.i two Macksvilllans, were acquitted on who is now quite ill, survive her. Sho Alfred, gthd'im a mare purchased in Virginia by run over nnd killed by froignt train .12 the ohargo of selling liquor Hurbridge for,breeding but whose pedigree is unlawfully. had been a devout member of tho Pres- Capt njsi , ucituvcu ia dc uy jmcncu; lotn tlam by thing; now "Spring is here, and it's a hummer of a rosey-p&scat Dillion's Switch Wednesday night. Tho cases of for --'I years and no one bj Imp, Monkey; nth dam by Imp. Medley; uth James Graves, horse steal- byterian church dam by Imp. Shark; 13th dam Imp Kearnaught Ho was head sawyer for W. It. Dillion Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." Very soon it will be ing and Josh Graves for receiving stolen was more willing to further any good Imn. Ilillet, sire ol above horse and also Miss nnd waa n good man in his buaineaa. Woodford, The cause suggested by hoi church than ly Hi get llelvidere, seasonLioness, &.c.,died lateproperty, both indictments found this t won last $110,043 and he stood the list huretoforo an- court, aro Bet for Harrison Hick- Bho. In fact she had intended going to second tnand his getof svinninjf sires. He was 24 Tiik entertninnient won from 1887 to iS38 Jsnj Gardening time has come and you will find ) car old sup' aoj. 50 nounced to bo given by the, pupila of the man was given ono year in tho peniten- n meeting to prepare for a church will also stand at tho same place my Tine jack College will bo at Walton's Opera Houao tiary for robbing tho house of 0. C. per when sho was taken ill. Mre. Bruco friend to tho poor and to tho was a great on Friday evening, April the lid. The Withers. STEVE WALKER. The entire of Thursday was taken Bick and distressed and there aro many At $ioto .Insure a Living Colt. Money due at public will bear in mind that tho prowho speak her praisea and aro weaning time or when mare is parted with He u ceeds will be devoted to importnnt im- up with tho caso of J. II. Stephens a brown jack with w J ite points, 9 years old in June "MODEL GROCERY" College grounds and against tho L. & N. railroad company saddened by the thought that her kind and full hands high. He was! si red by Aiken' provements on tho ceased forever. May large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White and Red that tho genernl admission will bo only and Vua still on it when wo went to attentions have for in ieiiH, B4IC her soul and may id..h. by Morccastle, whe BlltrU DV i'ortarI'flillln. A dam by Jim Th is 25 cents. Thero is good reason for Bay press. Mr. btepuensaues for $1,500 dam- tho good Lord care Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of a the mound that jack has proven himself forfine breeder. A numhr of his cots have sold ing that the entertainment will be the ages for being put off a passenger train. tho sod Ho gently on J too at weaning Landreth's, FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and Money due when tho colt Is foaled or mare of a true and most beautiful ono over given by school Tho j?rand jury baa returned 11 indict- - marks the resting place ed with; lien retaiaed till the money is paid.nart J affectionate wife, a loving mother and a packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. P. W. LOGAN, Owner. 9 menu. girls in Stanford. Mit. PERSONAL J. Vit.v L'untiinit'H tiitu ill. Wimson lnm rutin neil to LoxiiiR M. n Im-khhu- i podt-Dllic- e. e tl friend to one and nil. In the hour of their great bereavement Mr. IJruco and MisaMary have the sympathy of the Wasthd. Pupils in shorthand by an entire community nnd with this and the experienced Htenogragher. Address him assurance that Mrs. Uruce is reaping her at thia olllce. rownrd in a brighter world above, we Fiowkii crocks of every description nt trust that they mny be able to any, "The Lord giveth and thu Lord taketh away, A. A. Wnrren's Model (irocery. blessed be the name of the Lord." !'. iumiui . i Hank Huunki). Mr. Thomas Dalton, iu urcait me icnucr coru, When love hat lioiind tlie heart; the jeweler at A. It. Penny's, had his Ti hard m hard, to speak the word, right hand severely burned while workMutt we forever part' ing with alcohol. Itev. Hen Helm preached a most ap"Tin: first flowers to go over tho foot propriate and touching funeral servico lights of Potter's Opera House to an ac- nt the Presbyterian church Wednesday tress were presented to Miss Georgie morning and in the large assembly there llamlin.thenccomplidicd little soubrettu was hardly a dry eye. Flowers in proPark fusion covered the casket, which waa by admiring friends, last night-- " City (Howling Green Daily Times, .Mar. nlso a testimonial of the esteem in which 1M. At Walton's Opera House, April 1. .Mrs. Hruce was held. After the aurvice the large concourse of friends followed Kii.i.KD, J. A. Ilurke, railroad agent the remains to Buffalo cemetery wheru at Cumberland Gap, was shot dead by it was gentlv lanl in test. a negro Wednesday night. Mr. Hurke was agent for thu L. it X. at Shelby City Card of Thanks. for years and married a sister of the late desire to thank with a heart full of Marshal George Wells, who was killed gratitude the many who assisted and nt Junction City. Thu negro has been proflerrd their assistance in mv hour captured. of bereavement and trouble. It was a kind manifestation of that true friendOsi:of the editor's dearest little friends ship that (iod helping me I shall never divided the strawberries her gentlemen forget. Very Gratefully, friend sent bur from Florida with the I. M. Hiit-ieditor, but unfortunately he could not eat them. Many other ladies have furXKW AM'KiniSKMKNTS. ther endeared themselves to him by remembering him with delicacies W. K. YARNON and visits, all of which he greatly appreciates. li n candidate to Till out unexpired term olC ountv Judge rrMdr ac.int liy the death oi Jude'I" V Varnon, suhjt-c- l to the anion of thu Democratic Tiioi hi.k is brewing between tho coal jwrty. operators and miners in the Laurel nnd Jellico districts. The miners want an I eight-hou- r day nnd pay for coal before "lne stiKkholtlersof the Crab Orchard and it is screened. Tho operators at n meetTurnpike Co are hereby notified that an ing declared themst'lves unanimously election will be held at the Harris Hume in Crab Orchard on Saturda), 4th tloct against these demands. They expect n for the cnMiitig c.ir April M.ir.h ton, &. otlicers 'I Ins 7 J. H COLLI KR, President. strike on May 1. but say they will be reaily for it. Walton's Opera House, FntHii fish on Wednesdays nnd SaturCo.'p. M. F. Klkln t Lineoln THEY UKI.ED OX. McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. BEX.1V3C0NT CHXKF Registered ns Hob Link. Trials S red by the great llelmont fjj, sire of Nutwood P'rd Arthur a 14', Wedgewood a 19 and 36 i iSK, lUt and in 1 30 sire of 25 daughters the dams of it ' Stock Faim, THEY nilKED 0N ...... 8688. 1 in 2 30 list. First dam tiittie Kinlcad bv Contractor 104 "re of t)r West j 17 W Cruitractnr was ired by Ajax. lull brother to Orange Girl by Ilamblo- Con tm tor's dan I.ady Godboy by 10 wrccn Ilamlilf ttnian 15J, full brother to Voilun- tier and Sentinel Ajax irel 7 in 2 30 list. ., i Stand ml Rule 6. Sired by Sultan Record 2 24. 1. Sire of Stnmboul Rlllv fiV Al.r.f.r 1 t a aa4 and Sweetheart m 1 jo li,t and grandslre or 8 in a 30 list. First dam I.ady Dunton by George Willtps 519, record 2 aa, sire Harry Wilkes , fij Ruy Wilkes $4. W.Ihiii a i6'4l So So a 171 and 60 In 2 jo list- becond dam Joe, record 3 toVf, by Night Hawlc 314, sire or KcdCross 2 ayt, .Iinnie Warren a v and the dams ol Ed Ann.it. a i6'lf Smitry a tj, Tecumseh a j8 Ac Third dam by Vermont Hero 141, sire of Lady M. a 30 and Gen. Knox, sire of I.ady Maud 2 iSv, Calmors a gV and 17 in a 30 list. Private stallion. in, 1 ils to S30 Season, J. Proprietor. ty Belleview Stock Farm, Season of Year-Old BEliIiEVIEW WsTLKES 13994. 3- ITotio ) ) amiL lst. "Il.OOO-poun- N mm m C 1 GEORGIE IIAJILIN "Little Vio," ... Wliv-p?- -- I -- I .1 ii pre-e- nt U-- A Skid-mor- d e, S50 Cash, usual 11 COL. HILL. -- ATL JU,JT3LJ12LTrJ?1L iur nrinr?c t i o WATCHES, CLOG KS, JEWELRY -- FRIJSrCE, JR., Dlack-bur- a, SILVERWARE SCREAMER, JR. thoi-ough- ly w. e. m - ROBERTS - to-da- y. . m BREECHLOADER. spring Cut-a-way- s. CLOTHING. m m m 1 J ... m ,.111 1 MOST ALL IN Stagg y 1 1 i ..."iTj; Illaek-Kyed 1, & McRoberts. -- to-da- 1 to-da- y At A. A. WARREN'S 1 -... IV IT - t t.t'f i rail ir a rnce at New Orleans; 4th consecutive miles Money due s hen in.iro is parted with. The Sentinel published at Scottsville, dam by Sir Eliott, jth dam by Gray haitlc;6th Adonis W a beautiful dark bay with blaik points, d.iin by llui.ira. fls fiviled Aiiisutt, iSs, Allen county, Bays: Will make the season of 1801 at my firm, the 5hands (inch's high and is a grand saddle horse. Those who wantt "Wo had the pleasure of meeting Mr. old Wm. Hall place, 5 miles from Stanford, breed to a Ii uiUfcxne Kenlutkv saddle tuition arc to look mine over and see his actiou ana AT It. C. Warren Wednesday and in compa At $8 to a Colt. invited style. He vas sired by the crand show hore. Second party of gentlemen had an inny with a At the smae place I will stand my fine )oung Jevve4, h by Cunningham s Jewol, he by Wash teresting conversation with him in con- Jack, iDgton Denmark & Highest of nection with his race for State Auditor. Histirst dam Miumc, by McDimald s Ilalcorn, A rrn.ini of tartar bakinc Dowder ad dam by WelU' Crusader, bis rust dam un leavening strength L.ilctt U S Govern all in Ky. kno 11, but thought to be an Oliver Mr. Warren is making n canvass of the ment Pood Report W ten or fifteen He is by an jack Adonis is look- body and largeimported Spanish stand and has a line Pod marewill be ,ilked to serve State in a quiet way and says he bones, lie will only at reasonable price., Mares kept on gnus or ing for his chief support from Southern but not Colt. occur reipoimble lor any anidents should any Everything lor the Orchard, Liwn, Garden Western Kentucky which section is At $8 and Is a Candidat9 for Auditor of the Stale ol V V. SNI1IM,K A lien will be retained on colls till sea von monto the will of the Democratic party. allied to Iub own geographically and in f, Milledcevtlle Kv ey Is paid, but if mare is parted with season money Why not buy dire.l from the grower, when you spirit. Ho is a man of fine appearance becomes due need t'irei, Plants or Vines ton will save num. D. D. ey and CH stock true to name Wc employ im C. L S. riilLLIl'S, and engaging manners and displays in agents, but sell direct to the pUnlrr. Millions uf Stanford, Ky. 63m his every word and gesture the polished, our Trees, Plants and Vines are Hearing everywhere in Kentucky and judged by their fruit. educated and refined gentleman as well A Strawberry Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, I LLK'NMKYKK. et of Stanford on the application to and ceneral IINurvrv Csul't'iie on 11 K. At our stables j miles believes in the up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless as deep thinker. Ho Shelby Cit pke, this liie)ounK saddle nalliun I.r Hilton, Ky i im will be permuted t serve j mares democratic doctrine of rotation in office eX,raC,in(rSTANFOin. KENTUCKY, . F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, and if he makes as good an impression STAIIMKNT OK TIIK Colt. 111 SUKOKOy DENTIST. A religious cyclone has struck StanThe annual election ol Directors of the Hoard Office Jon Main street, over W, Mcitoberts' ford nml n big revival is now in progImprovement of Lincoln County of Internal Drue Store, Stanford. of the llnrdinsburn A Crab Orchard Turnpike Published Every TuoBday find Friday ress nt both Methodist ami Itnptist Koad Co will be held at theollunof the Pirst Na churches. They have been having large This young sta'llon will be permitted to serve a tional Hank of Slanfjrd, Ky, Saturday, April 4th, SALE. FARM JNO. J McKOHKRTs, Sec'y for tho few good marts t onr stable ono mile from Stan- ifoi night every gatherings ford on the Uu'tonviUe pike, at S'3 PKIl YEAR.IX ADVANCK I offer for sale privately my Farm of 83 Acres, last two weeks. Tho meeting nt the miles south of Stanford near the Somersit arWhen not o paid $2.60 wJU be charged." Methodist church has been conducted $12.50 to Inauro a Living Colt. pike. It Is in a high state ol cultivation, all be in grass but 15 aires, has nil tho necciwary by Kev. J. P. West, of Georgetown. He I will stand rty fine joung horse. Prince, the buildings, K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. welt watered and fenced and a deir. Description and Silver Tip go home Saturday last nay vvitn line mane Pedigree innu ankles w Is a nice season ol i&it. fivi miles eait of Stanford, on the able place ii was compelled to generally. Call on or address neat and tan, lute and Rowland at 7.00 n. m., returning 1'reichersville pike, at Js to insure a Stanford, Ky Train leaves think horse but is expected to return nt an early wt Ho wasnil! make thegreat show s.iddlc horse. Sit Stanford up, walk around Hie mare and suck colt 10 get O. A. PEYTON. 90.1m tired by premium t 5:10 p.m. Prince is a fine, stylish black day. He has mado quite an impression ter King, ho by On I pne, he by stonewall Jack- Nocolt.8 no ta old this ' , hands high, LOCAL TIME CARD. L. & N. ears horse, spring and among the people here. Kev. V. II. son Denmark mure and was by I Silver King's dam Mnllie Mmiucc was sired by His sire was out of ...11 30 pro Crowd us. of Hichmond. is expected to Cabhell' Lexington; id dam by Young America, a Drennoii horve. His dam was irid by a Mail tram going North South " 131pm hore nndoutol a Whip mare lie is a natu. he by i"alr' Me'wngiT Ho is Sliver Tip's fust dam was by Skcedaddle, Mor- ral guted saddle horse ...11513 pm conduct the meeting this week. Express train " South IJuiltlinjy I willaNo stand my splendid young jack, North ....311 a a an interesting preacher and the ris's famous sadd e horse, lie by Oliver, nc by ...6 59 ni quite Local Freight North Wagoner In the corporate limits of Rowland. South- ....jup m people will all do well to hear him. bktedaddle's 1st dam Meiloc, ad dam TrumpetMODOC. er; 3 J dam Ar.it us The latter trains also carry passengers. 8 II J DARS1', Rowland. conducting the Silver Tip's id dam by Hod l.lon. The above it calculated on standard time, Solar l!e. Elijah Wethers is Heis6years old, about 1$ hands high. black Mare kept at ronvunablo rates but tio responsilength ami form He was about 30 minutes Taster time is with meeting nt the Baptist church and it bility lor accidents or escape . sired mealy nose, tine b) Arch Walker's jack and out of ro old Miirn parted with forfeits insurance. Lien re jennet. He will naiul at $8 on the same terms as looks as though tho meetings at the two SALE OK Havlnir removed my Harder Shop to the om tamed 011 colts for season. the hrse. This jack has given o per sent, belter merclal lintel, I aiii .r'.iridn a vinmiHlste la. churches will bring about quite a refor ati.factmn limn any jack ever stood. Call and IIUAZLKV HKOS , dies as well as geiillrn-elIn an)tbii'ir they may itohlni and Ins colts mation among the people 01 Muniorn. wish in wanrtl mi. Stanford, Ky. iherof these and traded or re- The Very Desirable Residence "nine. my line. Children a.xi IKi.MI'SdN, Mare bred to JKSSH It is much needed; God give then! sucmoved from the neighborhood without Mttistvinjj InCtmmrnUl Ilolil. mc that they are not In foal forfeit the scatm and And on Danville street h house is cess. Miss Alice Carr is back from ffROYALKWIJ tho mime) is due. I also hold a lien on tho coll in icok1 letiair and contains 5 he yard is large mnl beaulilul aud altoeiliir until the season is paid She will not return this term. The DR. i4. 12. COOK, , SILAS ANDERSON Society will meet nt the Missionary Tho Pluco Is ono of tho Moat PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Methodist church Easter Sunday, IMUh. In Town. STANFORD. KY. There will be an interesting programme King Hoy is a dark bay, )wn old, i hand Will soil or rent on terms. combined horse. MISS MARV I. VARNONj in connection with the Easter exercises. high and is an elegantMortons hore, he by Dr. Oflicrinver MiKohrrti' Drue Store Itesldertco, He was sired by Staniord, Ky. Will make the season of 101 at my stable if mile James II Owens rrMiy at the jun.liuii ol It is expected to be n grand day. Come Herr's Mambrino King, d.im by Steamboat a from Millcdeville. Lincoln count), on the Stanaim Danville pikes Virginia by meeting should bo well at- edTheChedwell.ofraised by Stephen Sarrpon, fifst ford Milledi;eville pike, all as the dam was dam by Frank Wolford, id dam by original Jim tended. At $15 to Insure a Living' Colt, Hell; jd dam by original Denmark, who 11, Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna; Colored Department. SILVER TIP. ANNUAL ELECTION. ffl Dr. A. S. PRICE, ? FOR ii 1111; 11 A-- 1 11 Dren-inv- n For Salo Twenty Iots J I FOR UENT. 1 dOYAl C 1 . i 1 He-re- a. KING BOY. riv-m- i 1 Do-litfht- 4 ADONIS ev J-- tl llus-touvll- le ti- n-- oi CASH FOR SALE. 1 POWDER Paid For Hides and Fur, Mrs Hannah jh Ward w i.Iim to sell hrt Properly ni McKiiuicy, Where the povt- - Ibce c Dwelling nd slnre-hoiit- Absolutely Puro Insure Living haslen In SAM. jl. K ir loj-- n Kud repair kept until tcitntly. ELK IN C0.:S, Stanford, FOE, SAIiEI Lot on Main Strcot in StanlorS Containlnc Terms easy 1 RICHARD C. WARREN R. MORGAN, S. to Insure a Living fl .f acres T R WALT ON, Stanford. 1TEW I DENTIST. EAGL'I- BIED. Inauro a Living SAW KILL. THE RILEY -- Dll. W. B. PENNY, m Rowland, First-clas- Rumor has it that Jay Gould controls as much ns 40 per cent, of the railway mileage of tho world. It is understood of tho Baltithat ho controls M. BRUCE, stock and has more and Ohio common MiD FEEI STABLE, an option on the road. Gould by this last deal acquires control of property STANFORD. KY. running up in valuo to the hundred milSPr.CIAI. ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL lions and it is likely no exaggeration to travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. state that half a billion of dollars of ra Onlyiirvt-clas- s horses and vehicles used in livery road stock is now subject to his control and vote. THE SHELTON HOUSE, Fearful power that to bo lodged with one man. Any man who has it should J.H OUEER, Proprietor, bo watched very closely. Office Sou'.h side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L, F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Dentist. in other localities as in this, it will bo a very strong man who beats him. m London, - HOUSE, Kentucky. At $15 to have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somer set pike, 7 miles Irom Manlnril mid am prepared in Cumuli any kind c.f ll.MHMt, MIINI.LKS. ,al LOWIAI PKH.US I will sell the lumber at the imll or deliver, in iuU purchasers (lve me a IimI l'atia!ti e. MAYW (Kill, KV I will delivtr sawed chctlnul shingles at Stanford or Ho.UnJ at Ii 15 x S 4 J "y A II I1ASTIN im I hive moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience di sired. Give rae a call. FRANK K1I.EY. 77 I. five-eigh- ts NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. mill mi MT. VERNON, KY. This old and Holei;is still maintain ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Sp Cial attention to the traveling public. M.I' NEWCOMB, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. Sj-t- l. Destription and Pedigree He is a beautiful dark brown, with small stat and nip. good inane ear ild and is lull nV, bvii.ls higli. and till, vOmmaiKiin;; in aparame and ivmmein ai In ) form. Sired b Kuii Fajle (th Atkins hirst dam bv Star hade ; d dam by Hamlet Denmark, Doians' . ,d dam bv Harris Denmark King Eale was : by Hlaik Ijijle Star ICagle as cot by Cabbie's LesiliKtoa, dam by Garrard Chief. Hamlet Denmark was by Washington Denmark, dam b Hishou'i HamWUtnnun. liar ns' Denmark wns ry Miller's Denmark ConsiderinK his hue sue, color, style and action, together with hi inot excellent brcedii g, we think wc hnve placed his services htw Care taken to prevent accidents but uo responsibility should aiiv occur Financial Condition of I Lincoln Counly, hre 1AIIILITUS THE COMMERCISL HOTEL )n,yU . 900 y;5 ."15 , 70 Claim alhioed Uctober, IUIsnct en turnpike appruprMttN Inr curretit year Coalii;ciitessis timalexl . on Unvded debt ol )i,ooo isbrrift fur c.dleclinit o. levy, mlimated Allaan.os lnteritt 10 joidioti it cs- J II OWENS, Manager, c u Harrodsburg, - Kontucky. r Deficit oti acct ofdelntqueMIs, eslimatcd RiaOURCKR Tax en .,U;.7I, at to cents an the t.jrW path at $1 ... " HailriKid property, fniw-ste--Turnpike dividend. MHaaleJ Cash in irea.ury ... Delinquent hit sold for .. - i.wiih got )fvs Jio, I have taken cbarge l this popular hotel and intend lu run II In a first class msrmcr in every tesprct Itlsbm pared and jntiuted from tap to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and vrrvlhingdone t make it plesiant and tcnifori-abl- e far gurils, The table shall never be surpava ed by hotels in this settles. J II. OWENS. V-- Also at the same time and plate we will stand the fine imported jack, . 4 . ... . ' 37 J t !, 40 WON HOMEOPATHIC SALVS. JOHN S. 'WX.TuS. andaction,and He is a M ALEXANDER'S Loulsvlllo, - HOTEL, bl' k - - Kentucky. s accommodations at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Sample room and good livery in coi uection TAROiDSOAP ABSOLUTELY PURE, Chicago, Standard Kule 6 ) e Se a 10, Sired by Dictator 113 (sire of Having leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer Phallas j n,"4, Uircclor 3 17 and ao others in the my NLA' STAIILH on Lancaster street for rent. a 30 list. I desire to sell my larm ol about to acres, situ It ha Un large Itox Stalls and is the very best Vint dam Alice. byAlmont 3J place 111 the county for a Jack and Horse stand for ated about 1J4 miles north of Stanford on tht Second im Norma, by Alexander's Normin s the uing season A largo cistern at the door. Hush Hraucli pike, opposite the old church. Then iHjman mare, by Coeur tic hird dam uun Call on or address are about so acres in wheat and rye; the balance Leon Ht'vis ) f A. T. NUNNELLEY, Stanford Good dwellin; of the farm well set in timothy Kourth dam Old 'I vvvroan mare untraced of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid uevi Almoin ti (sire of Fanny Vv'itherspoon a i64 barn; Is well watered and fenced. Possession can Piedmont j i7Jj and j others in a jo, also sire P. Kor particulars, se be given immediately. J. of the dams of Alabaster, 4 years a if, J II llailey, Stanford, or write the nndersigned at a 17M, Catchlly high-heeleKlchardsun alH. Hinder E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. Wilkes 1 toV,, Acolyte a 31 and 11 in the charmed circle by AbdalUh is; 1st dam bally AnderI am well prepared to bore wells and vvill do the son by Mamorino Chief n, ad dam Kate by work in a Kood manner and promptly Pilot Jr 13 "Lije," saiil tl)H president, with Norman 35 tire of I.ula a mK, May Queen 3 o,nf At One a Foot. mormon .vitoiuin the dams of rvorval a i? chuckle, "we've got the democrats in by Morse Horse 6, 1st dam blocuru 3 3u,et. Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. hole now." n are, s t. b. by Maenum llonum. L. T. SMITH. DlLtator, the sire of Ueorgc Dictator, for many Splondid Bluo-Cfra"In what respect, sir?" years languished III obscurity and really nev er bad a chance at the siuil until he came to "It's heen decided out in Ohio thnt Kentucky, then 13 years old and having up to the world is coming to un end in 'HI. On less too loals that but 1891 foals,time only37 few ofand at so nad dut tliatiwell of a them were and to ho There ain't bred mares Feu stallions impart more speed to I offer at public salo the Henry Hester farm his descendants, and besides they have endu- -' any '92." Puck. of 6o acros, nearly all rich bottom land; ai acres rnncc combined with level heads, lie is the sown in wheat; the balance in grass sire of it in the 3 1 or better list, i trotters and "I am ashamed of you, my dear," said TUB CHEAT HOUSEHOLD ItEMEDY FOR The trotters are headed byJlvEte 4 pacers. six rooms and is in kooJ reThe dwelling Director 217. We do bee a 10, Phallas 3 Chipacp, severely. "The Idea of .istroiiK pair. There is ahas barn, Rood well, fine orchnew not know another stallion that has three such s fencing on the place. ard and healthy woman like you being afraid of sons with the same speed and number of heats J. S. Ilocker Stanrjrd; trotted Jay KcSee has yS heats better than V One-ha- lf G A Lackev. Lincoln; cash balance in ti and 18 a mouse!" Terms 3 jo, Director 57 and Phallas 4!, a total of 183 T P IlitLStanford, SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, months Possession to be Kiven Feb. 1, i3qi. beatk in j 30 or better. should linvo hotter nerves, love," "I W i; Wrleli, Stanford The returns of thiv year's trnttilli: will thovv SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. W A Tnbble, at W P Tate, Stanford. Apply to me or my agent, said Mrs. Ohipace, "if I had accustomed that Dictator not only breeds en through his sons oianiuru, rwjr. OFKIl ERS and daughters, but also his grandsons are putting PRICE. 50 CENTS. myself to bucking tigers, as you hnvo 90-K. PEYTON. J. a numbcrof horses in the 1 30 list His son, Col. J. S Ilocker, President; Send three) two-cestamps for free sumplo done." Hambnck has 1, Commander 1. Dick Looincr 1, John J Mc Roberta, Cashier; Director, Junius 1, Phallas 7, Pretender 3, Rem A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier porter 1, Delineator and Endymion 1 Ten sons )' Iteform the tariff, reduce the revenues, sired ) trotters His daughters promise to make great brood relieve the industry of the people, and mares I'hev have produced Ilrown, Elbert, Gonexpenses are reduced, as a consequence dola Keller '1 bonus, Kvetunn Star. Garnet. I.avt Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest, Victoria ilkei, simplicity returns, a now impetus is givMattioSolunion and Williams. MargctS by Die tator has a rccrd of ia and Naacy Hanks has en to industry; the hurdens of labor are L7lwsHHi'MilBRHBHvwt-2iWORKS a rec rd of 3 la' 2, a third heat made in a race, and STANFORD lessened, and every man retains tho she a nevtr been beaten. Ills grandson, Ph.il FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.l largest lamont by Phallas. has put 3 in the list. Phalla-mon- t posbimo proportion 01 ins earn-infiGirl 3 37'i, Phallene a 30 and Virgimus AND NURSERY PURPOSES. We, the undersigned, J F Pevton. John S 21T4 I Ive Slock IUcoril. George Dictator isa black stallion, 13 hands 3 Hughes, Mattcson Peyton Chailes F Sturle. a t TAE-OI- D CO., vant and George W aturtevant, Jr , do associate high, foaled in iS3, is a handsnine fellow and will Lovo and War: Spatts It is said that certainly sire extreme speed. He wasbred for a ourselves together and bcrome an incortoraeil company pursuant to the provisions of Chapter jr, For sale by A R. Penny and M. L Hourne, nil is fair in love and war, but there is great stock horse. He will stand General Statutes of Kentucky. tanford. one great difference between them. 1. 'I he name of the corporation shall be The Colt. Stanford Water Works Company and its general to HUSTONVILLE, KY. What is it? Spatts In lovo place of transacting business shillhe in the cit to in of Stanford, lancoln county Kentucky. tho fighting does not begin until after Are still the the business and ready havedo a any. full Undertaking line. Wc thing in a. The general nature ol the business of the corof all Robes tho engagement is over. New York stock of Cases and, Casketshearse, kinds and nearly f the construction and poration shall lie which is Our of every description. a system of Water Works for the supply Sun. new can be obt lined on short notice Mr. J. 11. of water for pay tu the city ol Stanlord and tho a m a Green has chart- of cur business and will show Hay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1S83 inhabitants thereof and to the town of Kowland in Sharpson (grinding out verses) "I our coods to anv one ocedinir anything 6a-- on and the inhabitants thereof. 2) The construcSired by KING CsKSAK. t le. tion and maintenance ol a system of gas or elecwant a suitable rhymo for chains," (Ily Ilngan's Administrator ) tric lights in the city of Stanlord and in the town First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashland Jr. of Kowland, and to charge and receive pay for "What's tho matter with Phlatz Second dam by Sir Kobin such lights. 3 Hie manufacture and sale ot ar. Blue-Gras- s brains?" "Can't use it. I'm writing a Third dam by Gilmer Hrown's Highlander. tincnlice. 4 'Ilm acquisition of all such ttxil ."V rfR . KM King Cesar by liogan's Administrator (sire of and personal estate us. may be required for conS entitled 'Tho Cigarette Smoker."' poem Major Landers a 371 son of Administrator 337 ducting tliecorpor Uion above specified Chicago (Tribune. sire of Catchlly a iSJ, Alc.Mahon 3 11 and 6 others IFOIR. 3. The capital stuck of the association shall in a 30); dam by American Clay 34 (sire of Granbe seventy five thousand ($75,000 dollars, to bo ville a 36 Maggie llriggs 337. etc ad dam' (dam divided into shares of one thousand dollars each, Mr. Graves has just received, at pf Wilcox a tennd Ilald Wilkes 330) by Red and which isto be paid to the Treasurer of the I will sell privately, at a bargain, my larm at Hawk; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief 11. Eng., a letter addressed and Company at such times and 111 such proportions Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. rgm will stand as shall be required by tho Hoard of Diocciorsof posted to him in Stafford, July, 18.3(1. This farm, formerly known as the Jacob Guest the Company, MaisssssssssssMaBBHanassBaBKMsi $10 to ). The corporation shall commence on tho jlh It doubtless bore a quick delivery stamp dayot February 1891, anil terminate at the cud of of a messenger and fell in tho hands fifty '50 years Irom that date " r' mm 5 The alTairsol the Company shall be conductboy. Lou. Times. In prime condition, and well improved, lying ed b v a Hoard ot five Directors, one of whom shall kai a im a I also have partly in the limits ol the town of Crab Orchard, be elected President. The Hoard of Directors IP YOU WANT Too Far Away: First Banker What bntheL.& N, R. R. shall be elected annually by the shareholders on nearly equally by the pike The the first Saturday of August of each year Hut sort of a man is your cashier? Second leadingfarm Is divided South from town, there being 175 acres on Two oi which are noted as the best jennet jacks, until the first election, the incorporators herein house, which Hanker Ho is beyond reproach. First the hast side on well-bu- is the mansion rooms, be- a and will serve jennets at s for a Juck colt and named shall constitute the Directors of the Combrick of 7 large, roomy and pany. AND A HAPPY COOK, USE IS tor a jennet and will servo mares Banker Indeed Second Banker Yea, sides kitchen, servant's house, stable, &c , ami on or lia6 The highest amount of irdebtedness also the bility which the corporation can at any ho reached Canada last night. Muusey's able West side 105 acres, which has&.C. a comfortto Oolt. subiecttoitself shall not exceed fifty thousand time0 residence ., desired Iratue I will sell the place as a whole, or Weekly. dollars willscll either of the tracts singly Either will The other jacks are fine mule jacks and will a 7. The private property ol incorporators and an elegant and comfortable horre, couven serve mares shareholders is to be exempt from corporate debts. Tho Onondaga Indians, though but maketo schools, churches, good turnpikes and the MADE BY lent Witness our hands feuruary 14, 1891. five miles from Syracuse, N. Y., are yet railroad. $10 to Persons desirous of inspecting the place will bo S HUGHES. LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS in an uncivilized condition. Thoy num- shown over it by James Hays, now residing on the These animals will stand at my stables on the IASTEUSON PEVTON. Dremises ror terms appiy or auui m i iu- - Somerset pike a miles south of Stanlord. CHAS. F. STUn.TF.VANt. ber in all 400 souls, and among thorn are ville, Ky, COMPANY, GKO.W STURTEAANT.JR. M. S. HAUGIIMAN, Stanford. 4 JAS.W. GUEST. tf 20 lazy chiefs. Hy Outs. I. Sturtevant. FOE, IREITT. c 77-t- 3&TSXX. BOHX3KTG Many pretty girls and ugly ones, too have a fad of biting their underlips and licking their upper ones to make them look rosy and fresh, but when you along see ono walking pigeon-toestreet, with a look of mingled Fourth pain and pride in her face, and with about an inch of her underlip seized with a deadly grip between her teeth, you can bet and win, in seven cases out of ten, that she has made a painful mis take in trying to squeeze a pair of No. G No. 4 feet into a pair of shoes. Louisville Times. d d Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseaies, corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches bailer burns, dew poison and brinies Wherever it has been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its propensity lor removing soreness is remarka tile. Numerous testunonuls will be secured and will appear in this space at a later date. Made and sold by J. II HIGOINS, Stanford, Ky. 96-i- will serve marcs n'arly ij hands high, of fine bone 3A copy Attest- - O. II. $il.7 COOPLH, CI 04 k Seventh and Market Streets, - At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. A lieu will be retained on colts for season R II A K. P llOUDi 6 Kontucky, a G-e- o. Dictator S862. Jay-Ky- Farm For Sale. 1 1 Dollar PUBLIC SALE. 33 34-- A Fara. Tee-hee-he- Saturday, Mar. 28, "PTT '"CTigH vTJ iji, first-clas- Having sold out our entire interest In the hotel, on Jeffeison tlrert, we have moved to our old stand that c occupied fur years so successfully en Seventh aud Market ureets. are now t'ttting it up In elegant shape, new throughout and the outfit wiU In every way be elegant. Including .lie ol Hale's bafely Pastengcr and llazgagfl EUsatnrs with all thelale la,irovrmenia Ue vsnt alio) our old friends to c rae and see us in aur old Ivwue. Wc nromlte you thai our rooms, table and scrvli e shall Imi to none In the land. My wife, Mrs suit lu be ternetabercd to all Attention of the public is invited to tho fact J II. Alesander, only National Hank in Stanford tir lady friends and she will be glad to ee theuv that this is the Under the provisions of the National Hank Act. and give them a heaily rereption tare fa per day oi JO II. AI.KXASUI.H Mauager depositors arc vecurcd not only by the capital liability lor h stock, but by the stockholders equal to the stink, so that depositors of amount hi In.iliuimn are vrcured bv a fund of Siuo. Five sworn statements of Ihi'cnndition of the bank are made each year to the United States govern-- i luelit and its assets are esamlned at stated tunes I will sell to the highest bidder on by government agents, thus securing addititonal and perfect safety to dejiositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In iSjS, tlico ol Stanford in ied as the National Hank First National iSej and , County court di) ,in fr. nt ol tho court house in llank of ngain Stanford Ky , my Stanlurd in ibS. has had practically an uninteryears Ills better supplied 151 rupted exittenceof now with Incilitles for transacting business promptfrom Stanford, in (he Walnut Flat ly and liberally than ever before in Us long and Five mil neurit borlifMkI honurable career Account of corporations, lidst- cianet, Imns and individual respecimiiy wi-te- d lerms made known or day ol sale For particulars address Tom Lavlev Stanford, Ky MHS ANN1L M LASLEY The Director) of this Hank is composed el T. I. Paster, of Stanford; rorestus Kind, Lincoln county; J. W.II lliiyilcn, Stanford, lliucbnuH, Lmcoln; S M.J. Miller, Mt VcrBOHj S T Harris Lincoln: Or STANIORD. K FIRST NATIONAL BANK WII.LOPUN MONDAY. MAR Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 IG,500 PXJBI.ICSAl4E. Monday, April 13, 1891, Farm of Acros, L, P. GANTER'S HhTrf MAGIC tf 1 95-'- REMOVER! Articles of Association Mill CJME s- ml Sloo-bump- J. T. STJTTOIT & CO., ffik& reofiiPAMY At $20 Insure a Living m For ale by lord, 1 CD HIOGAIT. 1 maiiite-nincco- - i.C9 r,m:&iE .r. . ssa, Choice Farm SA.Xj33. ) fLEXINGTON.KY. At Insure. 280 Acros Excellent Land, Tho 3I.U1IC Uemovkii fills a loni felt want with owui'in of Horses or Jlules with Warts, Knot), HniiMw, Cuts, Strains, Sprains', OM Sort, lntb Wire Cut), fir. It makes no riiifcrenco how long the knot has heen there, or how hart! it is, (if it is not of tho hone,) we will take it olT on tho "NO CURE, HO PAY" plan. In removing tho knot tho hair comes olT, anil tho place hecomes very bore; when you Htop using it, the hair comes back its original color, noil not a tnico of the knot is left. For plan of insurance, etc., call at tho undersigned druggist's, anil brim: your animal with you. V. ! ' GOOD BREAD Five Splendid Jacks, Insure a Living Insure. McKobcrti, druggist, Slan ilt 1 OREAM FLOUR At $10 POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without per. mission, as all such will be prosecuted t the full-eextent of the law. Signed: M C. KBVNOLDS. I, S. I'HILUpo Mrs. ALICE I HAUGIIMAN. J. L. HECK, IT. II. V. M. WARk, COOPER. W.A.COFFHV Mrs.Mt A. MARTIN.' 1 st 850-00- At LEXINGTON, KY. 97-- 104.1m W.P. OKIMES, DniiirnT 4Dvrii i IRUCE. DARST. r - -- iwali