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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891033101 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. -- "' - -- n "w'HfRTfiiWF T 1 TT TfT - Wf b tj jiw yHffiwvpwfy PHipqpaPDnw i Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. A Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. MARCH 31'. 1891. COUNTY. a NO. 8 few Clippings from the Press Concerning, the Sick Editor. Tlio BorloiiH lllucBH of Ktlitor Wnlton ol the Intkhioh Jouhnai,, Ih ciuihuih his frionds much unxioly. Mr. Walton hits boon con fined to hia bud for over two weeks with nil nravated cijho of pneiimo-ilia- . Tho Advocate was In receipt of in LETTER FROM ELO. W. L. WILLIAMS. HUSTONVILLE. HARRODSBURG, MERCER formation lato yesterdny afternoon to tho effect that there was no favorable change in his condition. This we regret very much to, learn, but trust a change for tho better will hooh occur. Danville Advocate. Tho Hevcre illncsH of Mr. W. P. Will-totho editor of the Iktkiiiois Joiii.v.u., which hasKiven his largo circle of friends so much concern, we regret to state, still Wo heard, on yesterday, continues. that his physician was hopeful that he will recover, but his friends are irreatly nlurmed over his condition. We nlii ecrely hope for the best. Central Kecord Mr. W. I Walton has worked bo tin remittinulv on his paper, tho Intkuiok Jouhnai., that he has been made wri ously ill and compelled to take to his bed. Here's hoping ho may soon be out again to enjoy a much denired and need ed rest from his labors. Ml. Vernon Signal. W. l Walton, tho fearless editor of tho .Stanford Intkuiok Jouknal, is quite Wo trtiHt """"Hit sutlcrlng with pneumonia. lie may soon recover and do much more good work for tho people. Such editor us Walton are scarce anil wo would not want tohwo him. Carlisle Mercury. IMitor Walton, of the Intkuiok Joi'if nal, is reported to be very ill. Tho Common wealth extends Its Miicore wishes lor his speedy recovery. Hro. Walton can nparu. is not the innn the pre Covington Commonwealth. Kditor W. 1'. Walton, of tho Stanford Intkuiok Jocknai., is dangerously sick, but all his brother editors and bun dreds of friends beside, earncHtly hope Falmouth for his speedy recovery. Democrat. We regret to learn from the Intkkick Jock.vai. that Kditor Watyon is very sick and has taken no nourishment to speak of for tho pant two weeks. His disease was pneumonia. Somerset Reporter. Kditor Walton, of the Intkuiok Journal, is reported ill. Wo hope he will soon be out of danger. Frankfort Argus. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Tho next attraction at tho Opera House will bo the Ceorgiu Hamlin Comedy Co., which will hold the boards Apr. rid and Ith. - Klder Wallace Tharp, assisted by Hro. Frank, will begin a series of meetings at the Christian church the 1st Sunday in May. R The pan ment in front of the Phils has been repaired. Now lips tlx up the cro&iiug between Mcltoberts' and the Miller Hotel. Let the good work go on. The music clawi of Garrard College, under the skillful direction of Prof Koe- eter, will give another highly enjoyable this, entertainment at the Monday, evening. After the concert the young folks will give an impromptu hop at tho Miller Hotel. The K. C. will run an excursion from LancnMer to Middlcsboro on April lth, the occasion being tho dedication of tho new Christian church at that city. As tho faro is only J5.00 for the round- trip, a large crowd of Luicuster folks wi ildoubtlehs attend. Tho Interior of the Baptist church is wiiow a thing of beauty. The walls have been papered the ceiling frcHCocd and the benches handsomely painted. Tho work was done by James Dillon. It'a hnrd to down tho "Old Crow" when it cnniHH to fine and artistic work. a largo congregational meeting of tho Presbyterian church on Friday, tho 27th, a unanimous call was extended to Hev. J. H. Terry to become pastor of the church. At tho samo time and place Dr. J. H. Kmnuird was elected elder in the church. Tho Presbytery of Transylva nia meets with this church on tho 11th of April. Our esteemed friend, Judge M. I) Hughes, went over to Stanford Saturday, stood tho necessary examination and was licensed to practice law. Ho hasn't ns yet fully decided where ho will In. cate, but wo understand that ho will either 'Wine hia Bhingle" in Philadel- nhi. Now York or Hubble. Abundant euccefi8to tho Tho other day your scribe heard Buveral young ladies commenting on tho appearanco of tho young gentlemen who participated in the entertainment given last week at tho Opera House. Ono of them Baid. "Well, didn't Mr. Walter Nichols just look too BweetV" "Nick" appeared on tho stage in tights. Had tho woodcock been present wo have no doubt but that ho would have added considerable emphasis to hia customary store-roomH court-hous- e, --- At r. Tho editor has never been down in any way that this dear old man of God has not sent Home comfort and consolation, which is always highly appreciated. We print the following, that iti may heip to cheer some other soul: fl'oihe t dtlor Interior Journal.) Hi'sroNvn.t.i:, Kv., Mar. L'. MM. My Dkak Sik: The spherical form of the earth causes tho constant How of its wa-- l ..!;... i.ira ...ill it... iiiitiunKU nil i.llilinifUII'Ut I.I.. nil" itin i.i.i. miu .I.,ilnn.. for the fertility of the soil, as well as for the healthfuhifHS of its atmosphere. So the providenevs of human life, its friendships and variances, its prosperities and adversities, its sickness and its health, its joys and griefs, its losses and its gains all these are but tho ceaseless How of thu activities of this present life and all of them necessary to relievo earth's moral environment of tho spiritual miasma, and lead the human soul to seek a purer and higher source of pleasure than earth can aliord. While it is philosophically true that every hour of health and every form of iliseate, as well as every event in the mysterious providence of God, is connected with a preceding cause, still, behind this cause, lie" that other one great first cause, that is the cause of all causes, yet who himself is uncaused. So when we come to take in our true environment, we tlud that God is very near to each one of us, is imminent in all of life's joys and sorrows and comes into our very being, and is nearer to us than material object can be; for it is "in Him that wu live and move and have our being." Now, if we can apprehend God's nearness to us, as well a logically demonstrate its truth, wo will appreciate tho sentiment, "I need Thee every hour, most gracious lx)rd," and feel that God has graciously joined our earthlv lives to Himself and made our present huppiuesH to depend upon recognizing His presence upon our right hand and upon our left in all the events of His gracious providence. Hut has not life its evil as well as its good? Yes, indeed, your own aillictions, present and past, are evils. Hut God abandons no one to battle with these evil forces alone. God holds every evil force that tMii touch us within His own control; and His word assures us that "all things shall work together for good to them that love God." What the soul needs is to be able to see God in all of life's aillictions. When Klisha's servant beheld the Syrian army investing the city for the capture of the prophet, he was greatly alarmed and exclaimed, "Master, how shall we do?" but Klisha was iti the secret of the Lord, and well knew that God was nearer to him than the army of Hen Hadad and that every angel in the skies stood ready to unsheath his sword for his protection. So Klisha simply prayed that the "eyes of his servant might be opened." Hit prayer was and he s.twat once "chariots of horsemen and lire" between tho army of Syria and the city in which was the prophet. Tho servant of Klisha simply saw what was there before. What tho soul needs is tho spiritual vision. God is our present help; we need to know this truth experimentally. No evil force in this universe can touch the soul that is"hid with Christ in God." Death passed upon tho body when sin entered into the world, and bo it is "appointed unto man once to die." liut God, by His Son, has virtually conquered death. "Tho sting of death is sin, tho strength of sin is the law, but thanks be to God, Who giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ." These are great truths. Nothing less than great truths can meet thu wants of tho soul. Tho soul is great, its wants are great likewise. Kxeuso the liberty I havo taken in addressing this letter to you. My apology is tho sympathy I feel for you in your severe sickness and earnest desire that your soul may prosper, and that you may be able to interpret these aillictions in the light of God's gracious purpose of grace towards us, and that thu very storms of life that beat most fiercely upon us may bear us the nearer to the golden shore of our Heavenly homo. May your health boou ho restored and may you see soino day hew tho trial proved your greatest good. My earnest prayer is for your recovery and spiritual good, all for Jesus' Bake. As over your friend, W. L. Wm.uams. ,.-- . I f ..lini flniirli. till" nrilelinnl inker, who is easier rattled than any of tho boys, had a guileless youth rushing nil oven town last Friday trying to borrow a bung hole. "School keeps" the year round at our town, but the attendance is unusually large this spring, as tho incessant wet weather prevents outdoor work. About tho largest class of aged scholars recites around tho always comfortably philwarmed stove of our anthropist, J. II. Green, and some startling reminiscences are retailed during the recess hours. John Dryo is unreservedly incredulous about Hill Reid's guinea nest guinea eggs anil 9 partridgeeggs, with hut John is not acquainted witli the gregarious proclivities of the guinea at nesting time. Colo Carpenter vouches for the accuracy of Mr. Reid's statement on general p iuciples and assures the incredulous John that Mr. Terry Goode has a cob which he has UBed constantly for shelling corn for the past 42 years. The ear of corn was grown by Mr. Geo. Anderson. Thu cob is a little worn, but promises good service for several years yet. Tone Hunn is rapidly filling his stables with fancy stock and it Is not improbable that Hustonville will soon have a combination sale of big proportions. A stream of horse buyers has (lowed to and through here the past month. Hill Dodd has a fine string in Al. Rum's hands, and Doc Drye in preparing n score of J no. Haughman's colts for the 2:30 ring. John comes to tow n now with un amount of w hitu baudaces about his head which necessitates his aniwering "what's the matter?" sooften that life in town is a burden. Hissterrotyped answer is: "I shook hands with one of my horses the other day," nnd if the cordiality of the horse's greeting is to he estimated by the amount of white cotton John wears, probability is he will profit by experience and be more circumspect henceforth. We havo been greatly relieved by the aisurance of the press that Freddie Gebhardt has tussled successfully with tho grippe, hut the culmination of our joy camo with the news that Haby Mo Kee had renounced petticoats and put on breeches. If we only knew over which shoulder Mr. Blaine takes his first squint at n now moon before turning his attention to any important matters of diplomacy, and could bo reliably informed as to whether the Liliputian under grand-pap'big hat spits on the stove, our cup would slop over, and con con. or no con. con. would bo one nnd the same to us. We could even patiently wait to learn the brand of booze with which our only John L. loads up with so often. We hope some of our enterprising metropolitan dailies of l to circulation can soon afford to tell the world. Rev. Bruce, pastor of the Presby terian church, contemplates removing to this placo soon. He will occupy the Uriah Dunn property. News has been received that the lime works, stable, saw mill and 100 lino saw logs, property of Mr. James Adams, of Longview, Alabama, were latelydestroyed by fire. The loss is heavy and no insurance. Mrs. Cliloo Adams and littlo daughter of Birmingham, Ala., havo returned nfter a week's visit to her parents. Misses Jen nio Reid and Jessie Cook, who spent the winter in the south, aro again at home. Billy Williams has taken the road, thor oughly equipped and fully prepared to satisfy tho public that no individual or corporation is able tofurnish the farmers hay and grain harvesting machinery of half tho excellence or a tithe the merit of the Walter A. Wood Co. We have he fore stated that Billy is a hustler from tho head waters and heartily recommend him to tho farmers who aro fortunato enough to have made enough money to buy and pay for any farm machinery in his line. long-Biilferin- g ', j Mr. James B. Owens, mine host of thu Commercial Hotel, is confined to his room wiin ia grippe. Will Hansford, a colored individual of Danville, who has already been in tlm pen iwice, uroKe into a meat house at that place last week, but was Bhot at by the owner and wounded in the hand. He has only one. havini? rut the other oil', it is said, to keep from working. lie escaped and came to this place, hut was The Old Reliable Jeweler j in the Lead. A. R. Penny r fit Has the largest and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF s f,-00- 0 nrrested by Marshal Smith here Friday. Just as tho officer was putting him in inujiig no jerked away and made a break for liberty. Mr. Smith lired sever al times at the ileeing negro but missed mm. He then gave chase, but tho ne- i gro ran four miles in thu country, swam Salt river and was sitting down resting when the ollicer camo upon him. He started to run ngain when he saw the ollicer, but received a bullet in the scalp and fell to the ground nnd before he could regain his feet Mr. Smith was upon mm. ue was brought to town anil lodged in jail and on Saturday taken to Danville by tho marshal of that place for trial. Harrodshurg in on a boom now. All over the town the sound of tho hammer is heard, and the .carpenters, brick layers, and every who wants to work, can get. it at good figures. Jn the last year there have been built over 100 residences and inont of them very fine ones, ranuing in value from $2,000 to 10,000. Mr. R. C. Bradley, a former Lincoln county hoy, boa had almost every contract of importance. He has just completed a $1,000 btone and brick building on Main street for Miss Ovie Smedley, to be used by her as the a lari:e brick for George Hohon, worth $11,000; a $3,500 residence for Mr. Bud James, and is now at work on an elegant $0,000 residence lor .Mrs. U I). (Janl well, and a $:i,000 ono for Mr. C. A. Finnell. The erection of a very handsome City Hall is contemplated, Mr. H. havini! fust finished the de sign and specifications. The new Opera House proper is completed, tho chairs have arrived and it will be opened by a company just as soon as Messrs. Bryant it Clark, the artists, have finished the scenery and frescoing, both of which will be very elaborate. The greatest improvement in the town is in the old Asylum Grounds Nice, broad streets have been graded and Macadamized all through that addi tion and beautiful residences erected on both sides. The Hnrrodsburg Fishing Club have purchased tho large lake in that addition, which was made half a century ago when Harrodsburg Springs were at their height, and made it from 12 to 15 feet deep nnd stocked it with (Inn fish at a cost of several thousand dollars, and in a year or two plenty of good fishing can bo had right here at home. The town has had electric lights ond nn ice factory for somo time and will soon havo water works and with the fine stone pavements being laid nil over town it has quite a citified appearance. Great credit is due the city council for tho nice streets nnd pavements, but then they can afford it with nine saloons and a whisky tax of over H.oOO yearly to back them. It will be well to ndd in this connection that since the opening of the saloons the police judge, marshals and jailer have had their hands full day and night, the jail being full nearlv all the time. stone-mason- s day-labor- er, in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. ryf7x Go -- Watches and Jewelry r ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. to B. F. ROUT'S - FOR - store-house- IN ALL KINDS OF- - Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- post-offic- e; All kinds of produce taken in exchange at the highest marketprices tions, Etc., store-hous- e V WHITES rRETAKEDBY W CREAM VERMIFUGE REMEDIES F0R 20 YEARS S01D EVERYWHERE. ST.LOUiJ MO. first-clas- s well-know- n HAS LED ALL WORM EVERY BOTTLE CUARANTITD RICHARDSOH-TAYLORMED.- CO. Articles of Incorporation Making direct connections in Central Union deWe the undersigned Incorporators, to wit: W. pot for E. Lucas, V I Oann, M W.'jones, J A Ilryant, Michigan Points, Chicago. F B. l.ucas, J.N Itowhnr; and Dr. J T Wesley St. Louis, Cleveland, Buffalo, Detroit, have this day organised into a body corporate unIndianapolis and the Weit, der the general rorp. rition laws ot State of Ktli New England, Canada, taiky as fet forth in Chapter 50 of the General Statute nt sai ' Slate with powers and dulie as herein set forth, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, A UT. I. Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. The name of this corporation shall be "The faRichmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and ille Wash Institute'' ol Middleburg, Kentucty, Quickest line to and us principal location and place of business shall be Middlcburg, Ky -- ! New York, Boston. ART II. ((DJBIILIHJANH, Said corporation shall have power to base per Solid Trains, baggage cars, snjoklng cars and petual succession, to sue and be sued, to have a common seal, torelider shares of stock transfera- coaches, Pullman Boudoir Sleepers through with ble on the bouks ot the corporation, to exempt pri out change via Chattan. oga, Birmingham, Merid vate property of the shareholders from corporate debts, 10 make contracts and acquire and transfer property iu the same manner as private individurules and regulations als and to make deemed expedient and not in conflict with the constitution or laws of the State ol Kentucky or of the United States s, NEW ian making direct connections en route for Knox, ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. I desire to inform my patrons that I havo secured Prof. II. M. Piper and his wife to take charge of tho musical and entertaining departmental Green Briar, for the season of 1891. The professor is a well is nt CRABORUHAhU Mrs. Rhoda Higgins wns summoned to tho bedside of her aged mother. Mrs. Polly Middletou, of Danville, who is very sick. Mrs. Annie Miller, of Hazel Patch, ia yisitini! her mother, Mrs. Sue Holmes. Mrs. Kl(a Hutchings has gone lo.Mcmpuis, lenn., to see nor sister, Miss Laura Beazley, Messrs. Kmhry Beazley, Ed. and Bun. Gaines, of Logan Creek neighborhood, were bore "Col". J. K. Faulkner, of Richmond, was hero Saturday and Sunday. John L. Doty left Friday for Atlanta, where ho expecta to make his future home. Mr. T. L. Moore, of Louisville, has no cepted a position as salesman with W. O, Sweeney. Mrs. Dr. Fisher and Miss Sno Herring have returned from an extended visit through the South. W. 0 Sweeney ia in Cincinnati buying goods. Ho woa accompanied by Charles Gallagher. H. 0. Kauiiman and wife have returned from Knoxvillo. Capt. Letch-o- r Owsley baa returned from brankfort, where ho was ordered by Gov. Buckner tnnlt on n court martial. Miss Alho Dunn, who hna beon visiting at J. 0. Thompson, has returned to her home in Danville. Sunday. MissMinnieMundayaiid little Misses Bertie James, Annie and Cathie Rronaugh spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr. G. W. Bronaugh of Stanford. Mr. M, J. Harris ia in tho South representing a vinegar house of Puducuh, Kv. Mrs. TliOH. Carter anil linliv. of Tfnvt-- . land, are tho euests of Airs Mmm-iGover. Mrs. Amanda Steinhercer and Mrs. Jennie Burch. of Pinevillo. are viuit. ing their parents, Mr. ami Mrs. II. K. Hutchinson. Miss Lizm Duviihinn nt Stanford, is the guest of Mrs. John Mo uiuro aire, it. L. Stegor went toLouis- Villo last Week to lior unriim millinory, nnd to seo tho new Easter styles. nill-pliua- known musician and dancing master, and present teachiug a dancing school at Stanford. I would further state that I havo promised tho young people to give them a danco at our hous'i in Crab Orchard, on Wednesday night, April 1st, and the Professor has agreed to come up nnd make music for thu occasion. All the young people of the neighborhood who aro in the habit of going into good society, and who know how tocouduct them- At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. selves as gentlemen and ladies, are resMares kept 011 reasonable terms I'ersonal atpectfully invited to attend, ami to bo on tention e ven, but uotiesponsible for accidents. hand promptly at 8 o'clock P. M., the the will At samo hour that thu dance begins. While no with one of time and place, best mike youngseason bred jacks, Levi Hubble's admittance will he churned, itis expected that tho young men will make up a sufficient amount to pay tho Profebsor for Ho is black with white points, nearly 15 hands hia trip up here, oung ladies are ear years old. body, nestly requested not to allow themselves high, fine length, bone and First 3dam Dolly Mrvd by Joe lllackburn. to bo engaged for auy seta ahead, or unby Koyal Mammoth; ad dam Rose Kmbry. Jackson, he by John Baughman s til the name of tho next dance ia an by Stonewall by d dim Kllen Iilythe Jim nounced. The firm of Short k Co. will jack, lilt damHanfbal, Porter; Compromise; 4th dam he by lllythe's by opon a largo stock of now spring goods a fine black jennet sold by Dr. Uennct, of Madat Paint Lick, on Saturday, April llfli, ison county, to Levi Hubble, and I will also open my store at the At $10 for a Living Colt. springs about tho 15th of April. A lien will be retained on colts for season. S F. RK1D, Stanford. Respectfully, D. G. Slauqutek. j-- The oblectol the corporation is to promote and encourage a higher grade of education and better school tacilitus in the county of Casey and town of Middleburg, and adjacent counties and especially to secure this end by erecting or procuring good school buildings and maintaining a good STANDARD corps of instructors. By Petoskey sire of King Toske y. record 2 10, ART. IV. Mary Lou 1 19',, dim Elua lane dam of Maud Mo The capital stock of this corporation shall be senger a 164. Hreere Wilkes will make the seaone thou Ten 'thousand Dollars and divided son of at my plice aV miles from Stanford on sand shares of tho value of $10 each.into Thepaiwte the Rush Ilranch pike, of the stockholders shall not be subject to property the corporate debts, to ART. V. Living Colt, The corporation shall begin its legal existence Money due At soon as the fact is ascertained. A on the nth day of March, 1191, and it shall contm lien on colt until money is paid years, ue for and during the period of twenty-fn- e 8 CHARLES DUNN, Stanford, Ky. unless previously terminated by a majority vote of TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. the stock at a meeting lor that purpose. For through rates correct county maps and lull A in VI. The Premium Saddle Stallion, The officers of this Company shall consist of a information call on Agent at Junction Cltr, Ky. or address HUNK W WOOLLEV. of Hoard of nine Trustees, at leat Trav. Pass Act., Lexington, Ky. whom shall be chosen from llaptlst churches, who D.G.EDWARDS CO. HARVBY shall be elected immediately after orcamzaiion of G, P. A T. A., this corporation, thro oJ whom shall hold their Cincicnati O offices for the term of one car, three for the term d and (Shown last sejion8 times as a j- of two yeais and three for the term of three years took 7 premiums and certificate and until their successors arc elected and quail-1'i-- d I he annual election of the three Trustees Will make the season of iSot nt my place 3 miles as abote set lorth shall be on the first Saturday of from Stanford on the Danville pike, June in each year, but a special election shall be 'I rustee or removal called at time for Mare in Foal, Trustees anythe filling the vacancies ofin a said Hoard $15 to or of of Trustees by a published nonce lor four weeks Mone due u hen the mare is parted ith or bred in the nearest newspaper This special meeting to another horse may be called by a majority of the Hoard of TrusLord Clifton is a beauuful red sorrel, uith'a tees or by a majority of the stockholders nnd pub Rood mane and tail, $ hands, foaled in 1S88 and lished in a newspaper as above tet forth. is a perfect saddle horse. ART VII. Those u ho want to breed to a good saddle stalThis corporation U empowered to acquire an lion ure cordially invited to look at my horse nnd the interest of ntid in conformity see him move with the objects of this corporation, but said inHe was sired by Secsnd Jewel, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark. debtedness shall not at anytime exceed fifteen His first dam Kannie by a son of Gill's Vermont ; hundred dollars. ad dam bv Old Monte, thoroughbred W I. OANN. W. K. LUCAS, Lien letamed in colt till season is paid. M W JUNKS, J A. HRVANT. 1 N. HOWLING, Mares grazed at reasonable rules, but not reK II. IUCAS, sponsible lor accidents, should any occur. J.TJrt'ESLKV O A LACKEY, Stanford. 8 ) Stateof Kentucky. Caey County, f I, Geo A. Prewitt clerk 01 tho county court fer the abovo countv and State, do certify that the above Articles of Incorporation were duly assign Standard, No. 1105a ed and acknowledged before me this day for the STANFORD, KENTUCKY, purpose therein contained by the above incorporW. E Lucas, W. I. Gann, M. W. Has a first'dass Barber Shop on Main street, opThis young roadster stallion is an inbred Gold-du- t. ators, it, II. Lucas, J N Howling V posite Portman Hou.e, and invites a share of your Foaled in April, tSJ7, is a bay, full 16 hand), Jones, J. A Hryant, speedy and unexcelled in style, action, finish and and Dr. J.T.Wesley, to bo their own free act and patronage. Prompt attention to outside calls anst deed. Given under my hand this nth day of nprci.il attention to ladies and children. Work dUixisition. O. A. PKEWI'IT. Co. Clk. done in the latc.t style with neatness and disMarch, iSqi. Full brother to Kstelle, trial a ail,, Connne Uy M.W.Jones, D. C. patch. trial 2 i and Moutrose, the speedy and colt of 88, Sired by Zilcaadi Golddust State of Kentucky. premium Casy County. J ' 4400 I by bolddust 150, by Vermont Morgan.J JOII.V B. CASTIKMAN. A. C. LANCHAM. m.i, n . Tl.. I.. Closer related to Maud S. a (3J4 and Johnson rt .! .nnrl In ) ear-ol- d a 06 '.4 than any other stallion, the first the County and State aforesaid, do certify that the stallion to trot in public as fast as a 15, sire of foregoing Articles of Incorporation were this day Cigarette, dam of Rosalind Wilkes (the fa, test lodged for record whereupon the same with the maroof the Wilkes family, record a u'4 Whirlforegoing and this certificate hath been duly rewind a 34, Fanny Golddust a i$'4, Kstell: a 221. corded in my said office. Given under my hand Dam Horcnce, dam ol Kstelle 3 jj'i. dY Golden ,hU",hday0fM"Ch,cf?k. PREWITT. Clk. Mingo Chief, son of Gaff's Comet Morgan. of the By A. P Young, D C, Uer5oo Golddust330 performers have a strong 6 and Morgan blood infusion of present season Dorsey Golddust will make the at my place 2 miles from Stanford 011 the Hus- louviiie piKc, ART III Breeze Wilkes. i)t At $20 Insure a At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilrmng ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, Brunswick, Lake City Thomasville and FLORIDA points. The only line running solid trains with choica Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to Jacksonville without change lor any class of passengers or baggage. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur, Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortest and quickest to Anmston, Selma, Mobile. Duect connections made at NEW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for GMvestoo Houston, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Miss., Shrevcport La,, making direct connections without omtiihus transfer for Dallas Fort Wor'fc, Austin San Antoma, El Paso and points iu u&ewiLraAS, LORD CLIFTON, car-ol1 two-thir- ds At Insure a " DORSEY GOLDDUST, T0NS0RIAL ARTIST, E. H. FARMER, SS-6- w kI-.- L. ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Biras1 mmw m, J. Insurance Company, HOSCOE. Cures cuts, bruises, old sore, skin diseases, halter corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever It has it has given wonderful satisfaction and been used its propensity lor removing soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and will appear in this space at a later date. Made "oo-T-yr BARBEE & 0ASTLEM AN MANAGERS, y B. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. " Wil-ha- m THE London, RILEY -. 7" "" "" MfcE" W . .....I a - Hotel xnA im hrttter UTWKWI"J prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience de k .. HOUSE, Kentucky. RILEY. i " . Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South "W. 6 A. TBIBELfi, Local Ajtat, STANFOlsD. KY. w i kr-an- 4f -- - r. A'h .. u t 1. -- .! It c ? L iras ii. . rfijV . - ' r ft-- Attempts have boon made to "bunco" President Harrison. Interior snow. Virginia has had a Fourteen persons were wounded by ft' Ijwreuceburg is to have a SM,O0O the difccharce of a shotgun at Liberty, ' U March 31 ISO hotel. Stanford Ky Miss. Kimbrough Bros., of Lexington, PlauUinton, of Milwaukee, re have assigned. puted several times a milliunairo, is to to Us youngsters died at Two 1 V. oxcessivo cigar- dead. I'rairio Du Chien from Ohio has inado application for ette smoking. her portion of the direct tax appearances are not very deceptive, If The L. A X. has completed its road claim. the convention to be held tho llith of to Big Stone Gap, Vn. Stangeley was hung at Maneh Oliver May is Koinjr to make a clean sweep of In Clay county, Kentucky, Garrard Chunk, Pa., for tho murder of Mrs.Syblla tho State oflicea which will be regenera- was shot from ambush and killed. .A ever town. Walbcrt. ting in tho thoroughness. The clique At New York one day last week .,..-,.- . V.W 1,4,, .t "n,.Jr. C.r..rw. 7biu flnnrlu. ma v siiinlt. ft nl ntii tit ri t'l'sin At Somerville, O., Thomas Burk, which for eight or ten years past has immigrants landed before 10 o'clock Sr., was killed ami his son badly hurt Goods .Notions, been playing political tiddledy-wink- s A. M. by n vicious stallion. with tho State ofl'ices, and, with rare exCharles Arbnckle, the millionaire Statistics show that the greater porceptions, landing its favorite "counters" coll'eo merchant of New Yoik, died Fri tion of tho people of this country live in in tho coveted "cups," will, in tho face day of pneumonia. --n very damp atmosphere. of the sentiment of tho coming convennufiftm Lucas Corn is under arrest at proprieNolson P. Reed, oditor and tion, find its cunning unavailing. The for robbing the house of his tor of the Pittsburg Commerciul-Gazott- u, aforesaid "counters," when the contest father, Uev. . T. Corn. grippe was the cause. is dead. goods is over, w ill have found lodgment in a we ue Two guests and a servant were burnWhile shooting at u target at Jellico provided ed to death in tho Commercial hotel, capacious tureen of consomme, lo oO a, Ballard I.indewood was accidentally peofor tho occasion by a Austin, Potter county, Pa., ple. Mays vilh Commonweal. the country are shot and killed by Frank Hampton. has Tho 5'c Calicoes, 5c; Brillian-tin- e Major Kstes Grathbone, of Ohio, Brother Gaines is right. There is to be fitted out in suit& of light blue inSov; elebeen tendered and liHsarreptedtheoHiet' to be a change and the most impor- stead of the gray now in use. general. of fourth nibtant So Goods tant one will bo in the auditors ollice, The State of Minnesota has applied Democratic policeman of Brooklyn Gloves, when Hon. II. C. Warren, a true blue for $02,245, her share of the money unMathers3 Self-) I refuse to occupy tho same dormitory democrat, a learned man and u moat ex- der the Direct Tax refunding net. of that with the new colored patrolmen cellent gentleman, will step intothe presA mob of supposed temperanco adent encumbent's shoes. of Wm. Mil- city. vocates attacked the saloon Mrs. O. Krickson, of Now Yoik, Prof. George Hunt that ler, Bloomville, O., and demolished it. Wk learn from stepped on a parlor mutch, which ignited, It is said that over 2,000 people are be ban been making an active canvass fire to her clothing, and she was starving m Wallace county, Kansas. setting A pal-tern- s, for tho ollice of superintendent of pubheverely burned. The failure of crops for 4 years is the We , choice beg lic instruction and that ho has received vice chancellor StanDr Howard very decided expressions of encourage- caue. Univermty, and one to of of the of the New York A reunion of the survivors ment. Mr. Hunt's long experience as a of the foremost Presbyterian ministers, 1 Perry-vil- le Tripossessing the fine battle of Perry ville will be held at practical teacher and died in New York. come a, look, cot October S, the anniversary of the education that ho does, together with After July next, it is likely that no Cloth, Come caV his natural ability, makes him thorough- battle. more silver dollars will be coined by the The president has appointed John ly fitted for tho ollice he seeks. Ho has over goods silver certificates before government; but that at been a democrat for years; has asked H. McHeniy to be VI L L IS C. Watkins re- - will be isued instead. vico Charles very little from his oarty and deserves After April 1, thero will bo no tax A. I'KIfANSKY, somo recognition, which we hope he, signed. consequence the whole Madison has a colored man ll.'l years on sugar, and in MANB2S AND GA1SUII2L., Main Street, Stanford, Ky, will receive. will bo reduced old. His hearing aud eyesight are only sale price of granulated per pound. The dailies say that Mr. McKinley, slightlv defective, but otherwise he is to about live cents were at work While timber-cutter- s Oucklen's Arnica Salve act for his plat- enjoying good health. with his high tax tarifl The Lebanon, I ml., gas oozed mkc in the wufhl fur cutt, brums, The contractors for tho Croton aq- upon a tree near be ready and anxform, is reported to chi ore, tjit rheum, and upon application soret, (ilcfrvihilbUin. corm ami alltrtlrr, tn.p from the saw-cukih I'eil hands ious to contest the republican nomina- ueduct will sue New York City for jxMitnely iutc pllei, or no liy reiuir lientand which they claim was wrongful of a match burned for twenty minutes. eJ. It l !Urniil lo uiva prrlt atit..ii r, tion for president with Mr. Harrison. Dealer In S'nce 5 cent lcr At San Francisco M. Jacobs, an ama- or motiej He will first make the Ohio gubernato Jy withheld from them. skating KortalebyA K Penny. SUtilord, Ky Mrs. Solomon Neideffer, wife of a teur, broke the world'srecord by rial race, and then, if successful, enter track, ih nine Tho First SUp CLOCKS WATCHES, AND JEWELS?, young farmer living near Mitchell, Ind.( three inileB on an einht-lathe presidential contest. If there are no t rut I'erh-ji" t ou arc tun secgreedy republican was murdered in her homo during tho minutes and .an"t do anytHlmc to your t can't think other offices that the wftutinn, and uu wonder what ml yu. onds. can have an opportunity to ofier for, we absence of her husband. thould Uced the warning, you are taking tle tirtt Peter Endrics. of Louisville, a de ten into erou roltatlon. oulMreU a r.ir.o SoirKi pairing neatly and promptMiss Joe Gayton, who started from hope the party in power will bo kind positor in the Schwartz bank which fail- tonic and Klectm Bitter yow wtll find thecta l enough to creato several so that the San Francisco last A ugust to walk to ly done. remedy for rMrinc your nrwi nyitcmlji'i ago, giieved himself to rn.n.if. . hfalth . ..ouJilk'n huiprtini . . ... ... iks uicnf ihM Nrrvw lomcuKd . Alterative'u Ohioan may gratify his desire to ruu for New York before April 9, on a wager, ed sometime death over the loss of SS.000 caused by ill WntcSivK n Voiir return. KA dietion n rent te reached that city March 27. office. and kidnc) reHme healthy aitiou and the I u'M tike iM N)l "r in tor ?;ooiis, Sallio Jones, a colored woman near the failure of that bank. (Stanford, Ky ) ctHU ut A R Penny . bottle 1'nte jo dummy Try nurc' Eur.oi'ii's curse, la grippe, is n fearful Georgetown, is only 3S years of ago and Birmiucbam A derailed dm epidemic in all parts of tho United cave birth to her 20th child st week. train, crowded with holiday passenaerH, A Llttlo airl's Experience In a Light embankment. States at present. No town is without Her eldest is 21 years of age. rolled down a Houbo. TreKott are kner o( the Mr and Mt a number of cases of it, while in the ciWilliam Gainer died in Mexico, Mo., Two passengers were instantly killed and (iov LiRhlhoueIren at Sand lleach, Mlik , and ri K&& ' Sir, daughter 4 yer old, l.a.t April ties thero are thousands and thousands of hydrophobia. It is said that about several others fatally injured. bleitcd votna wm. taken down with inennlf , followed with a STANFORD. KY. down with the so called fashionable di- 20 years ago he was bitten by n mad An unknown man, seemingly about the dteadfnl couch and turning into a frvcr. Iix.tor but in sease. The number of deaths from it is dog, which 45 years of age, was found dead near the at home and at Detroit treated her, was a vi; mere the doctors think was the he grew wotte rapidly until he indeed appalling and the prospects are cause. C. S. track at Somerset. Ho was shot handful of bonea." lhen he tnd Dr Kmrt , oi two and a half New was found bottle Ducovery and alter the me 'lhy lay Dr, that if la grippe continues to spread as vn lOinpletely cured. The fifty million dollar 4 per cent. throuch the heal, and a pistol has done since ita introduction only a bond loan will mature in September. A near by. Ho is supposed to have com- knit;' Niw Iiiovery i worth itiwcinhtmA gold it Wc arc closing out our stock of Gibbs' Impcrin, Iron Hcnm, ChamK et ou may et jou a trial bottle Ircc at few years ago, it will only be a short Penny' drug More. republican congress so depleted the mitted suicide. pion and Oliver Steel and Combination Plows AT COST. When wc o while till it is looked upon as tho para- treasury that only $13,000,000 remains at There seems to be very little doubt Mllos' Norvo and Liver Pllla say cost, wc mean cost. mount of nil fearful diseases. that Evan G. Sherman, the president of Acton a new principle- - regulating the A liver, present. new We have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" Chilled Plow, the com ttoniAch and bowel throu;h the nerve. Stanley has been obliged to cancel tho Washington National bank of Dr. Mile' Pilla .eedily cure tuliout ducovery The State treasury is eutirely empty title, liablo to prosecu ne, bad taue, torpid liver, ehildten tolittipation ing Plow, and these must go to make room for them. has laid himself all his dates in Texas on account of the bmillett, Unwiunled for men, women, and will bo so until July, when the sherChoice lot ol home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and beverity of the criticisms against him for tion under the National banking act for mildnt, uret 50 dose 13 cent, 'ample fn iffs begid to turn over thor collections. A It Penny', Stanford at Oats. of checks. Confeder- the his alleged It is estimated that tho deficit will reach ate army. desertion from tho Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. The Flnost on Earth. A colored lawyer, of Philadelphia, R i Sl'00,000, but by reason of the contract The Full stock of Hardware and Groceries. At a cycloramic exhibition of the has died, leaving $100,000 to found a the onlyCincinnati. Hamilton At Dayton R Salety line runoinc Pullman' I'erlected mado with the local banks by the gov- "Battle of Mission Ridge," at ChattanooRights," to Vcitibuled Train, with Chair. Parlor, bleeping "Protective Bureau of Civil nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, In. ernor and State treasurer, tho State's ga, an J K.MKNEf! visitor amiibed secure to colored citizens civil rights and dianapolit and Chicago and it tho only line run a c SINK credit will not in tho least suffer from himself by shooting at tho figure of a provide litigants with counsel and fundB iinj Through Reclining Chair Car between Cm-nnsti, Keokuk and Springfield, III. andblceping an empty treasury. Every claim against kneeling Federal soldier. to resist any discrimination against the Cir Cincmuatl to Mackinaw; and the the State will bo paid promptly. The Only Direct Lino At Nashville a colored woman dig- black race. L1111 1, Toledo, DeBetween con. con. is to a great extent responsible ged up $1,100 in gold and silver in her The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. includ- troit, the Cincinnati, Dayton Canada. There were but four people, Lake Region and for the deficit. ene of The road turnip patch. Tho money is claimed by ing the 2d mate, saved from the wrecked Ohioand theisonly line the oldeit m the State ol JUUMHKK, SASH, entering Cincinnati oer i who claim it was British steamer, Strathairly. Tho mile of double track, and from its pal record can DOORS, Tiih trial of C. E. Kincaid for killing the heirs of a woman speed, comfort and buried there during tho war. got a line to the steamer's deck, more than assure it patrons safety. "W. V. Taulbee continues and yesterday KLINDS, SIDING, and 'I that they lale Manuel Jesus Gulvan has been ap- but the men were so benumb d with rwidiik cmIIon.V D , everywhere, out of eeCincinnati, Judge Bradley was to dcido whether C , either in or Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Domingo govern- cold and exposure that they were una- Indunaptli or Toledo. the threats of Taulbeeagainsthimshould pointed by tho San K. O McCORMICK, ST-A- T ment minister to the United States, and ble to pull it in. PE3STCE. General Pasiengcrand ticket Agent. be admitted as eviderce. W. II. has been instructed, it is said, to negoperfect counterfeit two An almost We carry a full stock of everything found in a an eye witness, testified that Taul-be- e A VnlusiUiv ll:fOMjry. govdollar bill, very difficult of detection, has was advancing on Kiticaid when, af- tiate a reciprocity treaty with this Dr Drown Serjuunl' elixir of youth may bo -been discovered by tho treasury depart- an inipor'nnt d. cowry bin ovury one Itnowi ter warning him to keep back, tho lat- ernment. New Huart Cure Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract The Norwegian bark, Dictator, from ment. It is the intention of the depart- that Dr Franklin Mllev' 'iittmW afrtlcted with It !!u:,lveii Ih ter fired the fatal shot. stIou hrartilisena u N'W LoaNOOf Llfo. for building. Pensacola to West Hartlepool, England, ment to call in the genuino bill aa soon Drujrirlsts wno enn SINK & MKNKFMK, Stanford, Ky. it t'Hrci.oii many o ipealt ttrr.Ulithiy of It. TiiE editor has received a number of went ashore on the breakers near Cape as possible and to substitute a new series cimorrrs itvcrywhc--obro John Went cr. of KtitghtMown, highly appreciated letters from friends Henry. Of the crew of fifteen, six sailors for it. Forty million dollars of tho genu- Mr.hare kold much of Dr- MIIm NowIinl,ays: Cure and "I LOW PRICKS -- VW 1891. hatro received many good reports " O Monroe, .1891. all over the State, containing sincere ex- were drowned. The captain's wife and ine bills are in circulation. of Dunkirk. K Y.. report 1'iS0 alei. "And tho best xlven satof pressions of sympathy, as well as hopes her son were also lost. At Spokane Falls, Wash., Charles isfaction pariSold It Is every bottle tin A. IL Pen-c" and guaranleuU by Emanuel Schwab mysteriously dis- Elliott, a faro dealer, drew his pistol at for his speedy recovery. These wo would btaufoid, Ky. Cri-n-t take great pleasure in publishing, but appeared from his homo at Paducah 2 the theatre and fired several shots at the llHcvc"rcr. Farmers and plowmen know that the Oliver Chilled Plow is the What Hell from tho fact that they are of a personal years ago. His skeleton was found last ncrformers. One bullet took effect In olectnclly, ami IMiknii nro to the lelnnbonc and nys lie I'lttsuurRNows. Dr. Frankleft breast of Mabel Debabian, kill- lin Mile, the well known pcum 1st In nerv- best plow on earth. Prices greatly reduced. No. A. for $4. 50, formnature and jvero not intended for publi- week and was recognizable only by n the ing her almost instantly. Another bul- ous disease', system and nerve pair of shoes that were still in good let lodged in the back of Carrie Smith, fluid. Anion li to tho nervous discoveries the erly 5; No. H. $6, formerly SG. 50; No. 10 $7, lormcrly S8; No. 13 cation. his numerous Keilomme Nortlua Is undoubtedly one of tbo S8, formerly $q; Ko. 19 258. 50, formerly $10; No. 20 S9, formerly preservation on his feet. aleo a variety actress, inflicting a fatal vreatest U is unsurpassed In nervousness The talented young lawyer, Mr. John Sio.50; No. K. $q 50, formerly Si 1; No. 309.50, formerly J5n; No. George Moss, a wife murderer, was wound. Elliott then placed the muzzle uyspopjla, hetuluclitveplleii.y, neurAl'.'la, "W. Yerkes, has' a splendidly written mouth and blew mnlauclio'lv. tleeplestness, change ol life, 40 formerly Mouldboards, Landslides and Standards hanged at Wilkesbarre, Pa., Friday. He of his revolver in his His II ol It may bo had shots were in- etc. Fret trial botll" Hiould read his ' of A.and in tho last issue of the Danville Adown brains out. .Vfio I'Onny, drnKlt. All have also joined the army of low prices and are furnished cheaper, walked on the scaffold saying: "God his tended for an actress named Lulu Marttihj tticttfor the Affllettd." a very able. vocate' favoring the celebration in '92 of does not hold mo responsibln for the Hear this fact in mind, that the Oliver Chilled aud finely llluatratod book. Vtf to than ever before. who was on the stage at tho time, 100th anniversary of Kentucky's the murder of my wife, and I do not hold and of whom Elliott was insanely jeal- all. Plows are better known, have reached a larger sale, have had a longStatehood and for many reasons suggests myself responsible. I die like a soldier, ous. er run, have proved more popular and given better satisfaction than Danville as the place of holding the cenSJ3H.1S. with a smile." CONSfiTUTlbALuVENTION. any other plow on the face of the globe. Don't be deceived by imitennial. Gov. Buckner has appointed Stale 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, tations, but'see that the name of "Oliver" is on all the wearing parts. TJnleBS the railroad fight intervene, reconciliation Senators Heudrick, Wortham, Conner The Mahone-LangstDoth desirable homes. Kor information and convention will bo in the throes of 4g-xi- t. terms, addrew is regarded by the better element of the and Roberts, and Representatives Car- the Capital location MRS. SUSIE S ADAMS, republican party in Virginia aa merely a penter, Adams, Weil, Stephenson and 16K West Main Street, The constitutional convention finishLexington, Kv. is Wallace delegates to the Western States' ed consideration of the report of the com for political plunder. scheme It on railroads, and adopted tno remighty hard to pull wool over tho aver- commercial congress, which meets in mittee originally presented, including port ns age Virginian's eyes. Messrs. Mahone Kansas City, April 14. the sections providing for reciprocity in and Langston will find it out before they A C. & O. passenger train collided freight aud passenger transportation. I deiire to sell my farm ol about 130 acres, situ The report of tho constitutional con- ated about iji milies north of Stanford on ths arc many mouths older. with a freight in a tunnel near Charles opposite charitable institu- Hush Ilranch piVe, In wheat the old church 'Jhert ton, W. Va. The caboose caught fire vention committee on and rye; the balance are about 50 acres I.nualls, of Kansas, is and the flames spread to the passenger tions to be filed this week provides for of the farm well set in timothy Good dwelling establishment of an inebriate asylum of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid Hew going to yisit Senator J. 0. S. Blackburn train, which was totally destroyed, with the well watered and n Statu house of refuge. Tho af- barn; immediately. and fenced. PoesionJ.can For particular, se, P. be given at Versailles. It is hardly probable that the baggago and express. Strange to fairs of all penal, charitable and Iiailcy, Stanford, or write the nnderiened at E. WITHERS. either of them will indujge in any very say only a brakeman and tho passenger institutions are to be adminis- Cincinnati. Ohio. tered by the board of supervisors, one complimentary remarks about conductor were injured. member to be elected in each superior Cleveland. The first germ of la grippe over cap- court district. and for P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. Abuuckle, the great coffee man, is tured and caged is on exhibition at ChiJ. V. Smith and J. It. Henry bavo cago, and may be made a featuro of tho Badead. Possibly tho $45,000 ho paid completed their distillery and will comCavatnrlav curca Colic, OontlpAllon, I have recently taV.cn charge 01 this well known ''Castorllso well adapted to children (bat Sour Stomach, DlaJTurra. Eructation, by Bunting for breach of promise had World's Fair. Dr. Gentry is tho captor mence operations tho middle of next Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high I recommend It aa superior to an prescription Killa Woniu, given aleup, and promote dlof tho microbe, which, he thinks, is what week. D. O. Pull ins mo veil to Lancas- standard. Special attention given to the traveling something to do with his death. II. A. Akciieb, M. I)., known to me." petition. imDavo was n good citi- public. astronomers call ''star dust," which ter Wednesday. Without lujuriotui medication. Ill Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, ex- First-Clas- s Brig. Gen. James A. Ekin died in pregnates the earth at certain intervals zen and wo regret to givohim and his Tu Cextal-- Oohpakt, 77 MyrTajr trect, W. Y. Mrs. McCIuro, mother In connection. Also Louisville Friday. Ho was a soldier of during its passage through space. Dr., cellent wife up. died on the 20th, in McClure, of 0. O. considerable noto and from 1872 to ISS'J Gentry's microbeisa wrlgcler, and under her 83rd year. Her remains were interBilliard depart- the microscope looks capable of doing its red at old Paint Lick cemetery, Paint Pool had charge of the Government 73 ' I I Lick Cor. Record. work well. ment at Jelfersonville. Semi-Weekly Journal NEWSY NOTES. h ti& s, iM Lou j SVB8 le announce - F. WALTON. Is pleased patrons Ike opening of Store $- 'A 0, FBJN'G- SEASON aJLafSi beore in our existence and never before in the existence of this a .burnishing and together in one house as yon will find this season m our store. - r f Har-rodsb- urg CCSEJES Ii long-sutreriu- g letter-cairiers- go-in- g post-mast- and learn our prices and you will find, And examine our can sa cents on the dollar. Head the following prices of only you from 25 few aructes, out yoo wiujuui cvcryuun in our store eruaui as cheap as these few: latest Spring sttles Worsteds from. up: 20c, worth Striped and Checked Worsteds 20c, worlJi $5c; an gant line Ladies' .Muslin Underwear just arrived; White up; from Lacing Kid guaranteed. I ver nair. Our Clothing Department is full of the wt - Nicest Spring and Summer Clothing. Cios-by- post-mast- o, Spring Suits from $o uj. An chgant lijie of Patits, J diterent $1.2o. also the ladies oj for this tree: only, your Boys' Clothing. Knee Pants 2ic ford and. vicinity examine our stock and, ii$ her; Children's Suits $1.50 and. higher. Also an elegant line in and take and Jerseii Suits. Don't forget when you at our N and. Straw .Matting. immense stock of Carpets. Bugs, Oil ly are picked the and get what you need for the cominrf STO BE. season as the L 0 VIS Proprietor. Maiingcra. bt -- t, R0BT. FENZEL, 1x1 p thirty-tivean- d two-fift- li, dn, i-- ri-- s 1 aptH-'lil- All Work Wnrraulccl. .i'cr 1 ten-fo- ot &&& mtm Mhii'c Specially. New-Yor- n c Stanford Lumber Yard, I.ATJI, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, life-save- rs Still-ma- n, WOVEN WIBE A1TD FIRST CLASS LFMBEH W TCSJcCD. - The "OLIVER" LEADS the Procession. btk-HCh- nr-tie- 'e 9-5- n. Du-ran- d, FOR ou to-da- J. B. POSTER, 56-1- 1 Farm IFor Sale. I ry MTT3SHS HOUSE, i. . Infants Children - Sample Room Parlors. and 1 If i i WaatatM ..I.., r Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknai , I.ittli: Vic is tho written. finest farco comedy Fresh fish on Wednesdays and Saturdays at M.F. Klkin ACo.'s. NKW ADVKItTLSEMENTS. -- 1 FOR THE HIGGEST- - Stanford, Ky - Maiicii 31, 1S91 rittrsii lot of Zeiglor Uros.' shoes at S. 1'i.owim crocks of every description at II. Shanks'. A. A. Wnrren's Model Grocery. U Ed Barlow 2375. ltlack bullion. Standard Kulc if.U T T 'WiS!ik.yr &yj B.O.WALTON, BUH.ManQRer MEANS IlriuiAH for Danville. another circus. SAWKiishinglcH nnd She's to havo Littli: Vic is the only faico comedy fencng lumber for Will poll over written with u plot. see it. Ooldimitli, Ornkc county New York. Don't fail to hrcdbvA Caslelar io6j. hired by uj A. WjjW' hiKh, foaled In iMj, (thi-cla- Slii ' j SnP -- JL JIM OWr . a. . . side by J. BUSINESS. II. Foster. Yoi'ii nccount in duo nml rt'iuly. Call Good work horao for sale; iiheap. M. F. Klkin.it Co. Hkad-lhih- Wanted, 100,0(X) pounds wool. Highest cash market price. A. T. Nunuolley, Stanford. lud Betllo nml oblio A. H. Penny. PERSONAL POINTS. t at II. K.it fire proof oil W. II. Wearen'. A Nkw Yoiik tailor Bold bills at miction. Many a MiKrt Maiiv Coori;u rmiuiinin vury ill. tremble in his hoots if such Mil. W. II. .Mii.i.kii went to Kraiikfott done in this portion of tb" country. ther. Sunday. I will aim, It in rumored tbatKx President Clevestand at the same time and place 1)k. J. K. 1'kitun is coiifliu'd (o IiIh MiDDi.itsnoito is to have a new opera my young jack, land will be present at the meeting of room with la riijo. probable cost will bo about the alumni of Centre College, at Dan- bouse. The is Toq Mim. V. It. Dii.mo.v is visiting Mis. to bo built by CincinJ12o,000 and it ville. Juno 10th. llarrodHbtiig DemoJosuph ColR-- utDanvillu. nati parties. At IS to mure a livinj colt. i a red jack, t crat. TIiIh is verv prolmbly n mistnke, yearuid la. t October, full 15 Joe Hands high, ef fine .Mu. K. 11. Smith, of llio .Mt. Vitiioii tvle and action; bred by the late i'eyton Emnree, but if it should piovo true D.mvillo will Tiik general admission to the Georgie ol Lincoln Signal, wna in to vn Suturduy. iQiint, and ha a double cross of havo to widen her corporate limits to Hamlin entertainment at the opera house Oftrr. nr lnfnrM....n ti .A ,.:. I...i:. Jim il .... .v... .. lu in Mill quite ill, but Ills Tiik editor onWm (,oorh, of Lincoln, or J. P. uiwuiui;, cull Kmbrcc, of the multitude that will flock night will be Xi cents; reservliu in ovur tho vvornt. think Munry due on all seasons whun the colt comes thoro to so the great and good ed seats 50 centH. or mare traded otf Gait. V. M. Mux pneoud up to C. M. SIOONAMOKI. Saturday with liin brido. Am. persons purchasing tickets to see I'ltoi'H. J. II. AUD Kisa.nk Walton wore night, .who nro not SI'KED Combined Stallion. John Gimo.v, the negro who gave the Little Vic STYLE up Sunday to hcu thuir nick cousin. satisfied with the play nfter the second maridial here a great deal of trouble and Mim Kli..MavS.u'niuik, Of Danvilk1, who was a regular terror with his race, net, can havo their money refunded at the LEXINGTON DENMARK lias bvon thf j;iii'Ht of rii'tnln Iwrtt. bus turned up nt Ihehmoud, where he box oil! co. (ieuernl admission & cents; Gait. Laiiky Kkkkk iH HpundiiiK a few continues to keep up his "rep" by fear- reserved seats 50 cents. dayH with bin family at IndiauapoliH. Will make the season r.f fully blubbing another negro named at "Traveler" Rest Tub ladies of the aid society, Christimi Farm'' near Shelby City, Ky , Tiik Mimim Cahkiik, of Scott uotinty, lackey, (libwn, the rdick citizen that church, extend many tlisnks to nil who nrn uiiu8t of Mim8 Kllu and (jute wood he is, escaped, of course, and At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. it is bardU so kindly nfciisted in our Factor concert. (iiVt'UH. prolmble thnt the law will have a show Wo He 1. a are likewise grateful to a generous femt whit,., blood bay, ,5 hands hlh, left hind Mu. John S. Whli hn.s returned from at heavj mane and tail him. public for their interest in a little social Sired hy !ddlwofld n wry pIciiHitnt vicit to bin jmronts in First .lam by Smith's Almont, sire or Katie How' Florida. Tiik Kapler entertainment given by entertainment manifested by their pres- ard a )i;. jd dam by Uird Wellington. Sldlewd, a grand siddle horse, was ly Mns. Maiiy Jonhh ban returned front a the Ijidies' Aid Socifty of the Christian ence. Mrs. Helen M. Cox, Secretary. WildHood; istilamby Sur Deamark, the winner r 100 prwi.iumi; dam by an imported visit to bur ut;itr, .Mrs. 0. V. church nt thHr hous of worship SaturTiik undersigned requests us to pub- Ullwnsjddaiii bv Villi's llambletofliuii. saddle W ildwixKl Jtiluy, at I'liieville. day evening wuh a decidedly enjoyable lish the following: "In your issue of the wai by Dl.icknood 74 2 31 sireof IlUckwood, r.,jr'j; Mt dam Kate Mesl'HKTTV I.ITTI.K.Ml&S llul.HN SaITLHY one and it was not bard to nee that a 20th there appeared under the cnll on senger by .Messenger. Jr ; ad dam by Davy id hft Saturday morning for a protracted grent im of time had been spent by the Mr. John Chapped to become n candi 4th damj by dam by Hntnswick, on of Siimpter; Uavis' Uamhletonian. Smith's vimt to friend in Knoxville. by Almoin good Indies in making preparations for date for representative from ol ijM, this county Jaany W ithwipooii jsirs Ac Westmertl 74 by i6), Dlackweol Mim. .1. II. Monin, of Nolin, nml Mm. it. The Knster anthem by the choir, Norman j to the legislature, my name. I wish in sin; of Lula 2 .4',, May Qauen x, .Mambrino J. 11 Vaniiook, of HrodbtMd, aro visit which conft.ted of Mrs. 11. J. McWob-eits- , your next isdiie to say to tho public that &c. Dam byDenmark Chief! to I.pinigton is oljiintHl he one of the ing nt their father, Mr. O. J. Crow's. Mrs. I.. H. Cook, Mrs. (5. It. Coop I did not sign his call nor authorize any handsomer and mwl beautiful horses ill lie Is fashionat ly bred in saddle antt trotMikh Jhnmk ttiHioiN, of Onmm!, and er. Mrs. W. M. Hright, Mrs. J. G. grand other person to do so. Arnold Steiney-go- ting lints, is a oca saddle hor.e, a finttgjitcd trotter and the ait tmturally. lie has Mr. Itoiirne (ioin, of l'nl.wki, bavt Mrs. J. W. ilayden, Mrs. S. tlMwnai so Bail, both raain and trotttni,',witb-ou- t been kuukIh at Mr. T. M. IVuuiiiK-ton'- Stagg, Mrs. A. A. Warren, Mrs. (i. II. any preparation He emanates from the highI)ANViLLi:soriety is greatly excited est cUm of saddle and premiun horses in . Ilruce, and Sibold, Myers, Wnr-reen his aire's side and his dam rcpiescnts Mu. and Miw. Hohuiit Haiuunu loft on over the report that a couple of promi- some of the best trotting families in the whole nml IJnney was the first on tho iinintry. Tins combination produces the best comWwliuwJny for Wiinliinyton, 1). C. and it was executed with much nent young people of that placo were bined horses in th- world and thoso which command the bot in Any whither Mr. llHrdiiii; had Iiveiinuiiimon-o- credit to the members. Ilev. John Itf II mariicd "on the sly" in September Inst, "ne mil have topriceshim all eastern markets. greatsee to appreciate his In the Klncnid cnmt. Advocate. (iibson then prayed and following it nnd that the whole thing is to be made ness. Mu. J. It. DfM.Ai'. formerly of were recitations, readings and songs by known April 1st Xo names nre given I will also stand my splendid young jack, AiiKolen, California, Ihih lowttod at Mid. the little ones. The declamntions of and it looks very much lixo n case of dlettboro, ami hit ordered bis I. J. Kent Misses Aune Shanks and Clnra Lackey April fool to us. However, tho curious there. Me will practice bis profession, were pleasant features, while tho vocal of Danville will havo the pleasure of Four )ears old, black with white points, jVf hands high and a'jlm living law. solos of Mrs. A. Ci. HufTmnn, Mrs. J. I. looking forward to tho day of revela- colt due Oct berdamly,'' ator$10 to insure isa parted when marc 1st, iftyj, with. IJailey and little Mihs Jennie Dickerson tion. CITY AND vFciNITYr Lexington Denmark's lee will be due when colt showed that each win the possessor of a is foaled or marc Is parted Tiiikii to Bulldoze. Messrs. Henry per month owners' risk. Iwith. Marra kept at $t solicit a cke Don't fnil to two Little Vic splendid voice ns well as nn nrtist in her I.S. TF.VJS, Gnbriel nnd Thomps. Wearen went to 8 tay stock. niKbt. Shelby City, Ky. lino. The tableaux of "Kesurrection," Ijincnbtor Sunday and without provoca"Prayer" and "Life, Death nml " tfc I'inknt rock candy nyrup nt Karris tion, they claim, were surrounded by wore all beautiful representaJlanlin'H. ! some 15 or 20 young men who cursed nnd tions and reflected credit on those who to Joe S. JoneH and participated in them. On account of nbusedthem nnd gave them orders to Takk your e Record 3:36. town. Odds wero too much jjet 111 centa per dozen. tho inclement weather tho receipts wore lenvo the STANDARD. ngainst them to resent the unwarranted lirown horse, 16 hands, foaled May, 188;. not hut tho All kind of fresh cnndicH, fruits, etc. $10 large, of theirSociety will clearsome insults but they did not obey the orders SIRED IJY RILNZI. out commendable enterjust received nt U. Zi miner's. Hull brother to King Rene 2 30$. to leave, nnd stayed as tangos they had inprise. Kirt dam of Fence tended. Such conduct from the thought- Forrest 1 yq)i,dam of Almont 1a9M, by Almont Mill Fine "Toulon" jjoose tnrt for sulo nt 39. Second dam by Garrard Chief, (Ire or Ilasil Ciiktit Corirr drags along with little less youths is not relished by Messrs. Duke a 7lt. $1 per dozen. Mm. It. W Gaines. Gnbriel nnd Wearen, and the Lancaster Thiid linn by Grey Eaglo (Boner's; sire of 3d or no interest manifested in it by any 2 31)4. No kt hi: its white onUi and timothy just body. The cases tried so far havo boywho took part, may yet regret their dam of Lady DavisCopperbottom, sire of dam of Fourth dam by been llaiil Duke a ii'4. folly. received. 11. K. St W. II. Wearen. of little importance nnd no visiting Rikni wassireI by Helmont, dam lllandina (dam of wigert with ij in a 30 or better, Abdal- except, Messrs. W. 0. Hrndloy, nnd John Howard, ian iiiui, 3 Hciicr hi an j 30 anu muj; Kene 3 30 Wils Jknninoh Claiik Cahii, who killed Kd. Young nt J. W. Yerkes, J. It. McFerrnn, W. 0. both charged with murder, who were with 15 in 2 30 lit; by Mambrino Chief; 2d dam i Dnllaa, TexnH, will be tried April fith. mare (damoruosalmd CJoodlo.', F. F. Hobbitt ami Judge W 0. confined in jnil hero nnd who wero on llurch Ilrown l'ilot. Kiensi 2 3ij and Donald Is full brother ol 7f by King Ketie 1 30V,, sire of Fuguo a igVi Mist a 19 Tiik CtinsuH IUilletin recently publiob-e- d Hansford have honored the court with opposite sides of the Hnrlnn county feud, Prince Edward 1 nlA. Sarcenet 2 1OZ and i, mh. gives the K)pulntlou of J.iucoln coun their presence. The case of the Ixiuis-vill- made friends nnd indulged in n game of crs in 1 .to lil Almont Forrest 2 yt, sired 2 393,i ty at 27,:tSJ, nn inrrennu of 4'22 since Stove and Tinware Co. vs. Mnrk cards, a few days ngo. A dispute arose ire of j7 with records of 2 30by Almont and 46 or better sues witn 121 trotters with records of 3300'bet-teran- d 1SS0. Hardin yestolny, for a bill of JtlMo, re- before the game had gotten under good his daughters have S with records of 3 30 Hirst dam by Edwin CojikOn, ComkO.s'I I will nuike tine sulted Inn victory for the plnintiir. There headway nnd they had n rcgulnr "set-to.- " or 2better and sire of the dams ofForrest3 with two 11 in in 30 list 30 list. was n dispute regarding n position the The other prisoners interfered, uarraru v.niei siren aiamunno i.niet; 1st dam cabinet pbotorapha at $1! per dozen tin unrnov koiiv iixic oy ri.io; predecessors of the above firm had of- howover, nnd stopped tho fight before by llamhletonian: 4th dam by irntus; 1 darn til the loth of April. Take advantage, of Diomcd. Garrard the extreme low rates. A. J. lJnrp, fered Mr. HRrdin. That gentleman had much damage was done to either party. Chief sired llasil Duke 3 28', Mambrino Illnnv .r 1.1337 anil spent n good den I of time mid money It wns very evident thnt neither Jen- i. '.?' "." of Nobby. Jr.. 2 18.. and also slrr.l Nobbv. nre Stanford. the dam of Mistake tt)t and Don 1'iiarro, i.year waiting for tho position, but in tho mean nings nor Howard nre adepts in pugilis- old record 2 14)1, Ed liambrcl 2 27' Tin: tnonumentof the late Col. A. M. time the firm sold out to the llclmont sired by Alexander's Abdallah2 Louisville tic warfare, even if they cnu handle n dam at llelle dam of McCurdy's Ilambletonian Swopu thnt in being put up is nn im- Stove and Tinwnre Co., nnd Mr. Hardin Winchester or a 15 with tbu skill of n 2 26U by Mambrino Chiof; ad dam llelle Loup by mense one indeed. The nhnit alone held that firm responsible for lielllounder. Helmont is the siro of 35 in the 3 30 tho liabil- Dr. Carver. hkt, his daughters have produced 31 In 1 30 list and weighs 'Jtl.OOO pounds and it was necessa- ities of the old one. . 30 of his roils have sired 121 with records of 3 jo better. ry to haven wagon shipped from Dkskuvks a Pknbion. .Mr. A. W. or Almont 3 30s.,, sired by Alexander's The jury in tho case of J. II. Stephens Abdallah to convey it from tbu depot to ngainst the L. A N. for ejection Smith, of Boyle, emptied a lond of bird 3 4 j ; 1st dam bailie Anderson by Mambrino Chief: from n 2d dam Kate by l'ilot, Jr. Almont J 3o'4 sired 37 tho cemetery. passenger train gave tho plnintiir $:V0. shot into a thief who was just coming with records ol a 30 or better and his daughters 38 in a 30 or belter: 46 of have sited Mr. Stephens had purchased a round-tri- out of his meat house, says the Advocate. have 2 30 list Edwin Forrest his sons by Young sired i3i in Tink HinoiiT canlo in yesterday nnd Unfortunately tho wound wna not suf- liny Kentucky Hunter. 1st dam by Watkln's tioket to Middlesboro and returned awore out n warrant ngainst Mack llock-eHighlander. L.din Forrest u the sireof Billv the night it wan out. However, when ficient to maim the scoundrel but from HosVins 2 j6J and Champagne 330 and his another negro, for attempting to cut have produced 11111330 tho amount of blood he lost ho wns badly daughters produced with records of list and nil sons havo nnd shoot him. Hooker had just finish he got to Corbin it wns nfter 12 o'clock 3 30 or bet5 43 sired nnd tho conductor on tho Knoxvlllo hurt. IAtkk. After n diligent search, ter. Alexander's Abdallah aDarlln?. by Kysdyk's ejl a 50 days' stay in jail for trying to lljmbletoniant.dam Katie Alcnti.f.,'. Branch would not nccept tho ticket. Shorill'Bailoy nnd Marshal G. T. Helm Abdallah a 43 fJihe sire of 6 in the 330)111; his . kill. liright n couple, of months ngo and lodged in the Danville jail a d daughters have produced 37 with records ol 2 30 havo or better and his sons have aired 106 with records it. is probnblo thnt this case will go pret- Henry Logan, for malicious shooting, negro, Bill Hansford, as tho man of i 3oor better. Mambrino Chiel sired by Mam- wns continued by tho commonwealth, ty hard with him. me uam 01 uoiiatn 333. orino aymasicr; ibi Chnrlie Greenloaf, tho negro shot, not wounded by Mr. Smith. This negro hns Mambrino Chief has 8uaiu 23011st aud his danghl in of 3 30 or better and his with Tjik Woody Ilros. Musical Convention being sull'tciently recovered to apnenr served wo terms in tho peuitentiary and ters have 33sired 81records 2 circle. in the 30 son! have leador of an Pilot. Jr.,by old Pilot, dam Nancy Hope: Pilot will begin in tho Presbyterian church against him. Jnmes Graves, colored, for is the acknowledged who have beenorganmak- Jr.'is the sire ol 9 with records of 2 30 or better ized bandof thieves basement nt 4 o'clock this nfternoou. horse stealing was given ono yenr in tho ing frertuentraids upon the and his son have sired i3 with records of 3 30 nnd s have his 34 with Evorybody is invited to the first after penitentiary. His father Jacob Graves. nnd lien houses of those, living within a betterand 2 30 daughters and twoproduced daughters or better records of of his exradius of 5 miles of Danyille. Geo. Dunn product d Maud S.3 o3J4 and Jay Kyc Sees 10, noon and evening sessions. The class wn ncquittcd for receiving stolen proper Kysdyk's Ilambletonian is pects to givon musical concert in the ty. Divorce was granted in tho case of nnd John Gaines havo also been nrrested dam Charles Kent mare bysired bv Abdallah; 3d Imp. Ilellfounder; and lodged in jail and ncknowledgo hav- dam One Eye, by lllshop's ilambletonian; 3d dam Opera House in tho near future, notice Squire J. S. Murphy ngainst his wife. ing been with tho negro Hnusford the Silver Tail, by Imp. Messenger. Rysdyk's Ilamof which will be given in our next is- Tho groumUfor thehlivorce wnsabnndon-men- t time ho wns shot. Mr. Smith aaw four bletonian has tired 41 with record of 3 30 or betterand his daughters have produced 73 with recsue. The case of II. A. Pleasant against men when he fired, but tho fourth has ords of a 30or better and 19 of his sons have sired 781 with records of 3 30 or letter, not been caught. PENCE is a horse ol great speed; 339 "Gkoimiia Hamlin is a darling," re- Dr. Steele Bailey for malpractice, has is no mark of his speed. Owing to un accident getting CHURCH AFFAIRS. marked n commercial man ns be saw her been set for tho 11th day of the term nnd fastened in his stall which threw him out ni training he would now have a mark of 2 30 or lithograph hanging in one of our store that of Mart Smith vs. F. M. Ware is set On account of sickness, Uov. W. Y. better In a race at Nicholasville he trotted as windows, nudihe carries one of tho best for tho same day. unablo to fill his appoint- good as 3 3f. With tho blood of Ilambletonian. Sheppard was Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr , and Edwin Forrest Tiik grand jury ndjourned Fridny, nf- ment hero Friday evening. companies now on tho road, and will and as great nn individual as he Is, Pence is bound ter returneing 20 indictments, tho ,'smnll-eHenry O. lkr;, for many years a to make a great slock horse He will make the give the peoploof Stanford the best show miles lroni Stanford formally renounced tho Catholic season of 1891 at my stable number on record. Of tho 20 indict- monk, they have had this season. Just wait belief, aud was baptized inlo the Chris- 011 the Hustonvilleplke, till you hear her band go up tho street. ments 7 nro for carrying concealed tian church. Indianapolis. Ind. for selling Honor to minors nnd At 530 to Insure a Living Colt. " Mjss Hamlin's orchestra is worth tho DEATHS' DOINGST the rest nro for stealing, gaming, etc. price of admission. s Nono of tho nor drug stores Jlrd. V. U. Watson died on Sunday KIPJG BUCKDEN Thomas IIuntkk, the negro who shot bore were indicted. nipht, after a week's illness of pneumoTho case of Dick Logan for giving nia. She was a splendid wotnun and nnd killed J. A. Burke, ticket agent at Will itand at same placo Cumberland Gap, was mobbed the night whisky to a minor wns dismissed, Judge .1. ..:.... tl.n .17 irnnru nf lur lif.i llin criMlt. following tho murder, by tho good people Morrow deciding that there was noth- or number of which ehe epent in tho At $10 to Insure a Living" Colt. Christian Church, did many Rood deeds, He is a bright bay without ary white, is kV of thnt place. He was bung to a treo ing in tho chbo. hands high, fino mane and tail, of fine IB v.." '" """ Tho I'epples case took up all of Satur- llini atlU HO" Wntfinn Ipiivus n 1ms- - is a natural saddle horse; bv Silver action and nnd 17 bullets fired from Wincliestra Afra. Irm King, the .....l premium horse. First darn by Iluck-ewere found in his body when ho was cut day and hurdly half of tho testimony, band and 0 children, who feel the sad reat 2d dam by Denny's .Drcnnon;Imp. dam b 3d reason was given for tho was in by adjournment hour. It wna loss of a true who anu a Bniniooniuinur. Filmore. Filraore was a gteat show horse in his down. No hnr bntlv will belaid day. He was by Montgomsry'a Whip and out of in n'..lnrV shooting eaye that the rascal was drunk continued till Tuesday, on account of u ..,t In t)m llivnh nrannli rbnrch.vard a mare by Frank, thoroughbred. Mares kept at reasonable rates but not responsi. . Mob law "Miller, one of the attorneys in tho caeo) and wanted to see beaido the jiravo of her child, who pro- - ble for etcapes or accidents. A. M. PENCE, SUnlord, Ky. Laving to go to Frankfort. (s expedient to say the least of it. ceueu uer a numoer ut yvan. am-mal- t. Misa Gkoikiik Hami.in comes to us to be found well recommended by both press nnd public, nnd should have a full house. his unpaid Boiin, to the wife of Judge T. L. Shel-ton- , At $10 to Insure a Living Colt dude would at Uowland, a boy, weighing 11 Ed. Harlow' celts a thing weie this iprine pounds. He lias been lmm'cd for his fa- are itood oi and bid that havo comevaluable fair to make - First diilii Volmrti Maid, by Woburn w, of Carver id dam by a Mambrinq norit j 3d dam by Mambrino MexiciiRir. LJM.liU Vduntei!M5, of St Julicn HKtt.; lit iliim Ml Nouinoaire Hammond, by on f rotier'aClay; ni dam Well.' Star, dam of Artillery ill-- , and .Modetya6 by American Mar 14; ,d dam by llertrand W oburn j dam Mis ja, dy Hambletonun 10 ; t.00 ey, by I 30J ; ad dam tho dam ol Geo Couley, by Friday. Kd Harlow will tnnd at my tablt- 3U miles irem Sslanfcrd .11 the nnw U'hlte Oak and Uix Kiver tuni,ike, near Duddarar's Mill, ;,) io7,y IN- it WAlbtlbd, AND- - hlMl fy J&WMI SILVERWARE In the county, go to Jaly- - i"Cis &, rrVBi 1 22m"brQ, 111 1 doc-tor- n - - I - " Mitl-(llcflbo- w iO11!73 - 9 tUTi hws' 3 u tSTSVllClAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all b tasp a U mM si hi jf m u Wb tFk IB IAX ML ra fVjgu tt&f BE? -" Para MT- W. -- h work guaranteed. ,, ff"VH WfOacK -- 1 Crock-etl.l- r. 2 Our goods are Ken-luck- Cur-perno- r, r. 1 a. Mof-srs- Ken-tuik- y n MOST ALL IN And ready for tiV trade. Frocks and with short pants. Cut-a-way- pro-gram- - d Men's regular cut and exra long Sacks, Children's from 4 to 15 years s. Imported Hidalgo, 1 Stagg "Spring Very & KLcRoberts. V. imi.tc-tioi- of is here, and it's a hnmmer soon it will be Summer, then of a rosey-pose- y thing; of course it woiit be Spring. " Itesur-ruction- PENCE Three-year-old Gardening time has come and you will find At, A- - A, wMKKfeMI S "MODEL, GROCERY" A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White and Red Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of Landreth's, FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c 7 N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, e Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoe's at 211 "- -" FARRIS& HARDIN'S. liig line of Glassware just received and cheaper than anywhere. 41- - C'n-clnna- ti p r, Is Receiving His one-arme- 1 Springs Summer Goods Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. smoke-house- -- THE WIGLILAfIB 9 (LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL,) 1 THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Cor. Jefferson, st W..R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones. J. J. Sullivan, J L. Marshall, Clerks. 9CKiaxwJKajjnaijaaea S S O 1 1 wen-pon- s, 1 bar-room- l.-s,J- , i xi, 1 jyTrunncro; J O'NTIVIENT. tmk AimcNfv r?X LM III r W It 1l .. ..tt. ssK H spsa Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Court-Hous- e, Manager. , :UZmxmim:M.m .au sw - luhus, srunis,- srAriHS. winururrs, and all by - mt wiiiiaiBui m, rs am . QU INN'S tsiayton, enlarsenitnto, abaolutelr reuoTed m n; JSvCUREsX$y be tn-iln- v blood-shed- rm iiunoLuu s sM ISWBM sm lllll.sV tK JThas the unqualified tntiommtnt'of our lead ing hortantn ana xclerinartam. Hinn.,MTa: 0 uc7i . 1 . Mb. C. E. Dinkiiaut, GuMer State Sank, i Wo havo hundred: tettimonialt. verbotUe. 13 yoordrontifttorlt, If Prtce.tl.sekeep It, watl taAsk Jc itamr for.trUl 6w. doe Dot w. b; eddy ' oo., whitohtii; n. y. lirr,.it.rMW.-c1- ; ii'rifii 1 - -,-- irjanpna w Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. V. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Published Evory Tuesday and Friday SV2 PJCR YJJAR.IX "Vhen not so paid S2.60 will VD-VVNCIC be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. m., returning Train leaves Rowland at at 5:10 p. in. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North .. South., Express train " South... .. North.... Local Freight North.... I ;oo. According to the Inst census there are Si:5,000,000 worth of horses in the United States. Thirty-fou- r States and Territories nnd Canada are represented in the entry list to the great $2o,000 Kentucky Fu- J. llright. Hnv. HrvitntAville. Fou Salk. A few bushels of cluvur seed nt$o per bushel. A. 1). Koot. Fou Salk. 30 bushels of cultivated hemp seed 3 "venra from imported Beed. For Salk. SO ewes and lambs. W. Lineoln TIU'.V 1IRKED ON Stoek Farm, T1IKY nilKKI) OX. Trial EAGLE BIRD. At our stables j miles west of Stanford on the Mielby City pike, tins rte young saddle stallion will be permitted to scrtc 20 mares McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. M'fe.ll a 7 ;''-TSi- At $15 to Insuro a Living Colt. C BELMONT CHIEF 8688. Registered as Hob Link Sired by thegreat Ilelmom 04, sire of Nutwood a tSK, Fred Arthur a uH, Wedgewood a 19 and 36 in 2 30 list and sire of 25 daughters the dams of 31 j in a 30 list 3i. SUMAC. Standard Rule 6 1 time is about 30 minutes faster 6jo am ,.5 tap m South. carry passengers. The latter trains alto The above is calculated on standard time, Solar - 131pm 1159pm 311 30 pn m R0YAL Sired hy Sultan si 3. ltecord 3 34. First dam llrttie Kinkoad by Contractor t3 The pronpect for the spring meeting Or West Sire of Stamboul 2 it, lluly 3 19S, Alcmer J Contractor tired by at Lexington is a brilliant one and there sire oflull brother 2to Orange Girl 330,wus Ilimble-toni- Sweetheart 3 and 35 in j)U list ami grandsire are nearly 300 flyers now quartered at Ajax, 10 Cun tractor's dam I.ady by Godhey by of 8 in 1 30 hot. 158, full brother to Volundam I.ady Dunlon by George Wilkes 510, Green's Hamblettnian First the track. record 1 Ji, sire Harry Wilke 1 nH, Guy Wilkes A. H. Bonta has sold 1,000 Limbs at teer and Sentinel Ajax sireil 7 in a 30 list. a isJi, W.lson a 16V,, So So 1 17H and 60 in J 30 list 0 cents per pound for June, 5J for July Second dam Josic, record tAo, !)" Nijilit Hawk Also at the same time and place we will stand nuil 41 vis. for August delivery. Har- Second dam full sister to I). Monroe a SK, by 514, sire of RcdCross 1 , Minnie Warren a '( the fine imported jack, Jim Monroe 835, sire of Lady Monroe 3 t!4, Kitty and the dams ol I'd Anrun 3 ift'(. Sentry a 15. Al rodsburg Democrat. n-- 1 V" iTI n ii a 18V1 and 11 in 1 to list llates 1 10. fretta a ao)I 1 ectimseh a 38 Ac Head the advertisement of Lexing- Jim MonroeMonroe Chief by Alexanders Abdallah 15 Havinir removed my Rather Shop to the Com Btnl-lio- n dam by Vermont Hero 141, aire of I.ady Third ton Denmark, the fashionably bred merclal Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate la M 3 30 and Gen Knox, sire nf I.ady Maud 1 is . He is a black, nearly ij hands high, of fine bone dies as well as gentlemen in anything they may owned by Mr. I. S. Tevis, of Shelby Third dam by Duvall's Mambrino, son of Whip, Ualmors a 19K ana 17 in 1 30 list and notion, and will serve mares wish in my line. Children also waited on Oil in another column. City, i'rttatc stallion J I bSK 'I HUM I'SON, On account of the inclement weath to Living Colt. n iue. ItKI.MONT CHIKF Isa rich bay in color, was foaled in 1S35 ; he stands full 16 hands high and InCcmmercial Hotel. er of Saturday the Henry Hester farm of is strictly a tine horc, smooth turned cf imtra muscular development, shotting great jxiwer. lie has A lieu will be retained on colts for season GO acres on Dix river did not sell, but an excellent set of logs, flit, clean and hard in finish the individual merit ol tins stallion in form, finft R II X F WOODS keening with his hifih breeding. His oldest colts are coming is fully up ish Alex Holtzclaw has rented it since for old nnd actumshow great to and inspeed and also natural owned by K W Cnbbs, Drcatui, lie had a $1(55 per year. Mich , that went trials better than 2 301.1st vrar I will pay J500 to the breeder of the first 130 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Tate & Catron bought of Ballard & performer ol lu get since he has been on ned by me IIEI.MONT C1UKK will make the season of 1891 at my place near McKinney at Gover 00 head of cattle for $1,800; of aTANFOttD, KY. dross Graham 10 head for SS0O; and 2i Oflice over Mc Roberts' Drugstore Residence others nt 2 and 3 eta., which they Bold James II Owens proerty at the junction ol in Danville at 3 cents. Somerset He Mares kept on good grass at Si per month; owners' risk n ami Danville pikes turity. ij'. m Description and I'ediLtrec lie is a beautiful dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane and tail, 3 years old and is lull tO, hands high, commanding in appearance mid minctri al III form. SireU by King Kagle (the Atkins hone ) First dam by Star Kjijjle, ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, Dolans' . 3d dam by Harris Denmark King Ivagle was gut uy lilaik hagle Mr Kagle wis got by Cabbie's Lexington, dam by Garrard Chief. Hamlet Denmark was by Washington Denmark, dam by Hishon's Hamblctnman. liar ris' Denmark was by Miller's Denmark Considering his fine sue, color, style and action, together with his most excellent breeding,, we mink we have plarcu his services low Care takento prevent accidents but no respon- luuny should any occur JTOHttr S. WE3QI.S. Insuro a 1 ''' hi At $10 3- -r cash: DR. I.. II. COOK. S50 to Insure or S30 tho Season, with Return Privilogo. Paid For Hides and Fur, Hus-tenvi- lle icu-or- tt' I am well pre pi red to bore wells and will do the work in a good manner and promptly .AT P. CROW, In our advertising columns the description and pedigree of G. A. Lackey's tine saddler. Lord Clifton, and Doreey & CO.'S, M. F. Golddust, closely related to Maud S., 2.0SJ, the property of Mr. F. Keid, will Ky. be found. ss )f C. M. Spoonamore sold to B. F. Hay-de- n a bunch of yearling cattle at S22.o0 Hay horse, 154 hands high, foaled in M; sired per head. And bought of same a brood by On Time, by Stonewall Jackson, he by Wash Denmark This young sta'lion Highest of mure for S100. He also bought of A. F. few good mates at onrwill be permitted to serve a inclen dam a sery fine saddle mare of .s HubMe, A cream of tartar baking powder hirst stables one mile from StanMoberly a brood mare for $100 and bold ford on all in leavening strength Laic.t U. S Gosernad dam by Denmark, also a sery by Vermont the Hustuiiville pike, at inent Food Report different parties a lot of milch cows at finely gaited mate. T his line joung saddle horse will stand at m $2o to $3o. The latest swindle that the farmers 12.50 to Insuro a Living Colt. stable, three iuilv from Crab Orchard on Msnlor.l C. pike, have to watcii lor is by a gang ol men Description and Pedigreo Silser Tlpi. a Is a Candidate for Auditor of the Slate ot who go about ollering to paint the roofs bay with fine mane and tail, hind ankles white nice At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. atld sutnect to the will of the Democratic party. of buildings for $5. When the work is we think will make a great show horse VrMHHslRllfcKSrasSMflkwtWnssr? 'rnSKHHsVaiin He was sired by the premium saddle horse, Silfinished they bring in the bill nf So for ver King, he by On 1'ime, he by Stonewall Jackwill also stand st same place my fine mulo jack R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. the work and forty gallons of paint at son COn Siher King's dam Mollis Mounce was sired by $1.50, making $(o in all. In our advertisingcolumnsthis issue Cabbell's Lexington; ad dam by Young America, DENTIST. hebyTavlor's Mesnger HUSTONVILLB. KY. will be found the description and pedi.Mlver ilpsurst dam was or Skeeiiaddle, Mor Are still in the business and ready to do anyOffice on Main street, opposite Portman House, gree of Pence 2:2(M, and King Buckden, ris's tamous sauil o horse, lie by Olirer, ne by Ily Hubble'sl'rince sireof Ungnoli and Joe thing in the Undertaking line. We hsve s ful op stairs. Nitrous Oxide las given for painless a fine young saddler, owned by A. M. Wagoner stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robet extracting. Skeedaddle's nt dam Medoc, 3d dam TrumpetKF.NTUCKY. ol every description Our hearse, which is STANFORD. Pence; Ed. Castelar 2375, the property of er; id dam Aratus new can be obtniicd short nunc. Mr J li, At Eight Dollars to Insure. Ureen has chargt on business and will nearly C. M. Spoonamore and Breeze Wilkes, Silscr Tip's id dam was by Red Lion. show olrur Mares the Gne stallion of Charles Dunn's. bility tor kept at reasonable rales but no responsiour goods to an one needing anything in on L. D. GARNKR, Crab Orchard, Ky DR. W. B. accidents or escapes Ic 64 .t carefully be Breeders should read each Mars parted with forfeits insurance. Lien refore deciding upon the horses they extained on colts for season. pect to breed to. IIKAZLKY RROS , Blue-Gras- s Office South side Main street, in office recently Good judges say the lamb crop of Stanford, Ky. vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. larger than last Clark county will be Will make the seasn nftSoj at my stable iH miles from Millcdgesille, Linolncounty,on the year. About 2.000 lambs have been sold A Millcdgcville pike, M. BRUCE, in the county at about 0 cents for early I will sell privtteljr, delivery and 5 cents for July. W. C. a bargain, At $15 to Insure a Living Colt, Crsb Orchard, Lincolnst .ouniy, Ky my tarm at Esti'fl sold the bay stallion, Scotland, by stable, Egbert, dam Bessie D., record 2:40, to J. sale This (arm furmrrly known as the Jacob (iucsl Money due when mare is parted with contains Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with Ulaik points, M. Hughes & Son, of Macomb, 111., for STANFORD, KY. hands j inches high was foaled August, isM, Sl,2o0. John A. Judy sold a hunt h of King Roy is a dark bay, 4 jears old. 16 hands and isa grand saddle horse. Those whi want to Acros Excollont Land, SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL extra feeding cattle, weight 1,100 lbs., at high and is an elegant combined horse breed to a handsotne Kentucky saddle stallion are He was sired by Ilorton s horse, he by Dr invited to look mine over and see his action and In prime condit ua, and well improved. Iving Horses and mules bought and sold. 4 cts. Clark County Democrat. travelers partly in the limits t the town of Crab Orchard, " style. Iterr's Mambrino horses and vehicles used in livery Only William Tewmey it Son bought of C. ed by Chedwell, olKing, dam by Steamboat ownHe was sired by the grand show horse. Second on the LS.N K K. Virginia. 1 he farm is divided nearly equally by the pike T. Armstrong, twenty head of unbroken The dam was raised by Stephen Satrpvon. first Jewel; he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by Wash from ton, being acres Denmark old mules at $!)5 per head. dam by Frank Wolford, ad dam bv original Jim incton first dam Minnie, by McDonald's llalcorn, leading South on which is theremansion17cnouse. en a Ihe Hast side the Dell; 3d dam by who ran 16 SHELTON HOUSE, Howard it Harlan, of this county, have consecutive milesoriginalraceDenmark, Orleans, 4th adHis by Wells' Crusader, his first dam un- large, roomy and britk of 7 roums, bedam in a at New sides kitchen, servant's house, slab'e, Ac , and nu made the following purchases: From uam Dysir r.iioit;3tn aam Dy uray rjitle; 6th known, but thought to be an Oliver Adonis will be alloed to serve ten or filteen Ihe West aide I. .5 acres, which has also a comfortdam by lluirarj. J. H GREER Proprietor, Wakefield fc Voris, of Taylorsville, a tw able Iraine resident e ftc. good mares only. Will make 1891 at my r if desired jennet by Imp. Mareau, dam by old Wm. Dill the season of from Stanfotd,farm, the Mares kept on grass or fed at reasonable prices, will sell the place as a whole, place, 5 miles of Ihe tracts singly Either will but not responsible for any accidents should any will vll either Royal Duke, $400; from Mr. May. of make an elrirant and comfortable none, cotiven Station, two aged jennets, in At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. occur lent to schools, churches, good turnpikes and the Y F. SANDIDCK, accommodations at reasonable rates. Wakefield r.tlroad Millcdgevtlle. Ky Open day and night. Sample room and good livery foal, for $50), and two yearling jennets Persons desirous of inspecting the place will b for $300; from Mr. Moore, of Kaywick, "At the smie place I will stand my fine oung in connection. Jack, shown over it by James Ha) s, now residing on the three aged jennets for $900. Win. Rue premises fur terms apply or address mc at & Son sold to Ij. X. Rice, of Seattle, Ky. J AS W GUKST. Washington, a bay saddle gelding for J250; to Ben Wilson, of Lexington, 4 He Is by an imported Spanish jack and has a fine (Standard Rule 6 ) Having leased the Menclee Stable, I now offer my NEW S FAULK on Lancaster street for rent business horses for $000, and to Brown it bsdy and iatge bones lie will stand See 3 10, Sired by Dictator 113 (sue of Co. It has ten large Hox Stalls and is the very best Cardon. of Knoxville, a bay saddler for Phallas a n4, Director a 1; and 30 others io the place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for $105. B. G. Fox sold to E P. Faulconer At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. a 30 list. the coming season. A large cistern at the door. Tint dam Alice, byAlmont 33 OF STANFORD. KY , a two year-olbay thoroughbred filly by Call on or address Second dam Norma, by Alexander's Norman 15 A lien will be on colts till season monA. T NUNNELLEY, Stanford Con Crecan, for $250. Ho nlso Bold ey Is paid, but if retained parted with season money Third dun Young 1 wyman mare, by Coeur tie Is now fully orgsnired and ready for business with mare is Leon (llevis ) through W. M. Fox to J. L. Gibson, of becomes due. Fourth dam Old Twyman mare untraced I. S. IMULLirS, Atlanta, Ga.t a yearling bay stallion colt $200,000. Almont 33 (sire of Fanny Withcrspuon 3 6) Paid up Capital of BORX3JJTG by Abdallah Mambrino, dam by Messen- 6 am Stanford, Ky. Piedmont a 1;!, and 35 others in a to, also sire . - - II. Snrplus, 15,000. of the dams of Alabaster, 4 ears 11s, J ger Chief, Jr., for $250. Advocate. KlchardHin 3 17H, Catchlly J i8'f . Hthder porter. J. Proprietor. FOR Mrs SAT.T1. Ward wishes to sell her POWDER SILVER TIP. COL. HILL. ELKl2f Stanford, - Hannah lair Properly at McKimicy, Where the Dwelling and it 1 Kst-ol!i(oio-hou- Absolutely Pure e has hern kept until recently la good repair - FOB, SAILS Containing Terms easy 1 I RICHARD WARREN Ken-uctc- Lot on Main Street in Stanford acres, r, T R WALTON, Stinford. t 1 PRISrCE, JR., J. T. STJTTOIT & HEW SAW M3XI. I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles I mm istanfnrd and air prepared to furnish any kind of Lt'MIIrK, SHINGLES Ac , at I.OWKSI PRICKS I will sell the Inm. tier at the mill or deliver, 10 suit purchasers. Oivo me a trial MAYUOOD, KY I wilt deliver sawed chestnut shingles at Stan ford or Row laud st Si 35 per M y A II IIASTIN lllack-bur- n, PENNY, Dentist. ADONIS I. Man-for- d Choice FOR Farm THE C0HHERCIEL HOTEL OWENS, Mansgcr, J II Harrodsburg, - Kontucky. mm, hrst-class m mi KING BOY. home-stea- d, 280 I taken chirr at ibn nenulir hn4.l and intend to run It In a first class manner in every respect Itishe'inx papered and painted from lap to bottom, the bedding Is being rensvated and verythingdonct. make it pleasant and iwnfort-ab- l. (or guests. The tWe skill never be surpass- vw uy nuicisin mis section J II. OWENS m a THE two-yea- r ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, well-bui- lt Seventh and Market Streets, c, Louisville, - - - Rowland, First-class Kentucky. I Kontucky, 3 WILI.OPHN MONDAY, MAR A FOR RENT. uan-vill- e, SAM. Geo. Dictator 3862. Jay-Ky- e 97-- tf Farmers Bank& Trust d 77-t- f Having sold out our entire interest In the hotel, an JcfferwHi street, we have moved to our old stand that we occupied far years so successfully on Seventh and Market streets, are now fitting it up in TiPK.ni.nape, new mrougiraut and trie out fit will m every way be elegant, Including one ol Hale's Safely Passenger and Hieing Elevators with all the late Improvements W vsnt allot our old friends too me and see us in our old home We promise ou that our nwmi, table and service shall be second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs Js II. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all our lady friends and she will be glad to see them and give them aheaily re eptinn it per day 101 JO H Al liAM)r.lt Manager -- WE&X. PUBLIC SALE. I will MIDDLEBURG, CASEY G0UNTY. At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me 34-t- at Stanford, Kentucky. t L.T.SMITH. R La irrippe seems to have complete At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. control of this community. You scarcely Description and Pedigree He is a heiutiful inept any ono who does not complain of THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY POR mahogony bay, black mane and tail, 3 years old beimror liavinp been within its crasp. the ijth day of May, 16 hands high and weighs Milford Delk. son of Fred Delk, of 1, too pounds; commanding in appearance and symmetrical in form this community, left houm last August, Sired since which time nothinp, definite has Second by the late well known Screamer, dam by tMKKCTOHS Gill. SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, His sire, Screamer, was too well known in Linbeen heard from him. Lie was at GeorgeJ J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. town when last seen. Any information as coln to need any further mention here J. M Hail, Stanford; Mares to his whereabouts will be gladly received from the bred to this horse, il traded or removed J S. Ows'ey, Stanford; neighborhood without satisfying me that PRICE DO CENTS. S. J. Embry, Stanferd ; by his parents here. Georgetown, Lex- they are not in foal, forfeit the season and the boxldtbotWO"CCS,t BtamPs for freo swnpto ington and Frankfort paperB please copy. money is due. Also hold a lien on the colt until J K Lynn, Stanford; Dr. Dickerson. late of Stanford, has the season is paid A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevillc, Mures kept on grass at t per month at owners' not married yet. But he is still trying to n8 J. K. llaughman, Hustonville, 11. PEPPLES JR., JAMES make the few remaining hairs cover his J F. Cash, Stanford, Stanford, Ky William Gooch, Stanford, Ky bald pite, with the hope of captivating tho heart of some Casey lass. By the S. II. Shanks, President way, Dock is a pretty good fellow and J II. Owsley, Cashier ABSOLUTELY PURE, era his old bald head shouldn't ought to W. M. Ilrigbt, Teller stand in his way of getting n wife. I FOR MEDICINAL, J II. liiiijhinm, General Hook Keeper TOILET, BATHJ Ab the pauper question seems to be AND NURSERY PURPOSES. bothering the minds of the officials of TAE-OILincoln just now, lot n Casey county NATIONAL BANK CO., Chicago, This thoroughbred will make the season of 1801 magistrate suggpst that you try tho plan at my farm 011 the Stanford and Milledgevlllenifie OF STANFORD, KY For sale by A. R. Penny and M. L. Bourne, adopted in this county some years ago. 6 miles from Stanford and miles from Millcdge-vill- e, tanford. Let out your poor house to the lowest bidder and have them fed, clothed and the proper medical attention paid them At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. Capital Stock- for from $40 to $00 per pauppr. Our Tho Maoic Kksioveii fills n long felt Surplus 10,500 paupers rarely cost us more tnan tho Money due when tho colt is foaled or mare parted want with owners of Horn-noMulca latter figures, and frequently us low as with. A lien retained on all colts until season with Wart, Knoto, llruinos, Cut, Attention of the public is invited to the fact the former. Squire Chnppoll will he al- money is paid. Description Hrcechloader isa rich dark bay, that this is the only National Hank in Stanford lowed a word here but he must deal lenStrain, SjiniiiiH, Old Soren, I5arb Wire heavy mane Under the provisions of the National Hank Act. Hay stallion, 1$ hands high; foaled 1885 is iently with your scribe, otherwise I wi'l with black points,are large, fine and tail, solid hinds high. His colts and of depositors are secured not only by the capital Cuto, etc. color; It makes no tlillerenco Sired by KING C.KSAR. stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an gently remind him that he, like tho can be seen at 1. S. Tevis.' how long tho knot has been thore, or (Ily Hogan's Administrator ' Pedigree No. 47, Ilreechloader, bay, foaled in amount equal to the slock, so that depositors of woo defeated last August. 1880. linn, liillet Kt. this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000 First dam Carrie Allen, by how hard it Ih, (if it is not of tho Walter G. Green was arrested last First Ilr tcineviiey, granuam 01 niuetf: oy Second dam by Sir Robin Ashl?nd Jr. dam live sworn statements ofthncondition of the bank bone,) wo will tako it oil on tho "NO are made eichycarto the United States governweek on a peace warrant Bworn out by Bob Johnson; ad dam .Mary inurcnm ty Alex. Third dam by Giltner llrown's Highlander. Roller ment and its assets arc examined at stated times hiR wife, and tried before his honor. Esq. Churchill; 3d dam by Imp. Margrave, grandam of King Cxsar Hogan's CURE, HO PAY" jiIiui. In removing King Allonso; atn dam Mistletoe uy unerokee. Major Landers by 374 son Administrator (sireof by government agents, thus securing addilitonal of Administrator 357 and perfect safety Jacob A. Wall at Yosemite, and put un- 5th Jam d Susan by Tiger; 6th dam by (sire of Catchlly 2a depositors. tho knot tho hair eoinqs olT, and tho ib!, McMahon 3 31 anil 6 others This institution, tooriginally established as the der a bond of S250 for his good behavior. Albert; 7th dam by Algerine; 8lh dam by Grey 10330); dam by American Clay 34 (sire of Granplaco becomes very Kiro; when you Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then Green is n prettv bail egg indeed, and is Alfred; 9th dam a mare purchased in Virginia by ville 3 36 Maggie llriggs 337 etc) 3d dam (dam ired as the Natirnal Hank of Stanford in reHirgin Cant Ilurbridceforbreedini: but whose pedigree 165 and i6 and Btop u.sing it, thu hair comes back ita rendering himself doublvsohv the whis- now lost ; believed to be by Americuii; 10th dam :is of Wilcox 3dam by luld Wilkes 330) by Red again uv Haw : 3d as the First National Hank of Mambiino Chief it. ky ho is pouring under his belt just now. bv ImD. Monkey: nth dam bv Imp. Medlev: nth Stanford in 1S83, has had practically an uninteroriginal color, nnd not a trace of tho ogan will stand Fearnought rupted existence of 33 years Imp Ills better supplied Ho and his wifnbavo lpen married about dam by Ilillet,Shark; ijth dam Impand also Miss knot is left. For plan of insurance, now with facilities for trausactingbusiness promptImp. sire ot above horso At $10 to Insure. S years but never lived happily together. Woodford, Uelvidere, The Lioness, &c , died lately and liberally than ever before in its long nod etc., call at tho undersigned druggist's, Tip has lately taken his children from ly Ills get won last season $110,043 and he stood honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidusecond tn the list of winning sires. He was 34 Mid brinir your animal with you. ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully her custody and sent them to Alabama, year old and his get won from 1887 to i883 I also have IS OUR BEST FLOUR, and a suit for alimonv will doubtless he jo. The Directory of this Hank is compoied ol For alobyW McKoberts, druggist, Stan I will also stand at tho same place my fine jack BUT EITHER the result of their disagreement. Later. lord, of Stanford; T.J Poster, Reid, Lincoln county ; Since writing the above wo learn that I'orcstus ot which are noted as the best lenntt jacks Two Green cave the officers the dodge, nnd J W. Ilayden, Stanford, and will serve jennets at fas for a Jack colt and STEVE WALKER, S II llaughman, Lincoln; $13 tor a jennet and will serve mares lias fled the country. Miller, Ml Vernon; Justice court liere nextSatunlny. Geo. .Tttor is punliing the work on tlieSpminarv with n vim. Mr. J. M. DurliRm has sold nlinlf in his store hero to J. H. Simpson of Taylor county and the firm is styled J. M. Durham v Co. in-trr- SCREAMER, JR. This fine young saddle stallion will stand the season of 1891 at my stable 4 miles esst of Stan-foron the Id county road leading form Row land and will be permitted to serve ij mares d TAR:0iDS0AP D BREECHLOADER. 1 DJ Wilkes i aoJi, Acolyte a at and ai in the charm cdclrcle by Abdallah is; 1st dam Sally Anderson by Mambrino Chief 11, ad dam Kate by Pilot Jr 11 Norman Jj sire of I.ula 3 14K, May Queen 3 o,of the dams of Norval a 17S Nomina Medium aao, etc by Morse Horse 6, 1st dam Slocum n are. s. t. b by Macnum ilonum. Dictator, the sire of (icorge Dictator, for many years languished in ob.curity and really nev er had a chance at the stud until he came to Kentucky, then 13 years old and having up to that time but y foals and nt ao had less thin aoo foals.andonl) a few of them were out of well bred mares Few stallions impart more speed io his descendants, and besides they have endu rance combined with level heads. He is the sire of 38 in the a 1 or better list, 34 trotters and Ihe trotters are headed by Jay Eye 4 pacers. See J 10, Phallas 3 13)1. Director 317. We do notknow auotner stallion mar, nas tnrce sucn sons with the same speed and number of heats trotted Jay Hye See has 58 heats better than 3 jn, Director 57 and Phallas 48, a total of i6j heats in 3 30 or better Ihe returns of this ear's trotting will show that Dictator not only breeds on through his nsns and daughters, but also his grandsons arc putting 111s son, Col. a numberol horses in the 3 30 list l.oomer 1, Director 6, Junius 1. Phallas 3, Pretender 1, Re porter 1, Delineator and bnuymic len sons sired 19 trotters His daughters promise to make great brood mares 'I hey have produced Prown, Elbert, Gondola, Keller Thomas, Ksening Star. Garnet, Last Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest,VictoriaVilkes, Matlie Solomon and Williams. Marget S by Die tator has a record of a u'4 and Nancy Hanks has a record ofa 14', a third heat made inarace, and His grandson, Phal she a never been beaten lamont by Phallts has put J in the list. Phalla-mon- t Girl 337V,, Phallene 230 and Yirgimus a 28' Live Stock Record. George Dictator isa black stallion, 15 hands 1 high, foaled in 1SS4, is a handsome (ellow and will certainly sire extreme sneed He was bred for a He will stand (rrcat stock horse 1 sell to Ihe highest bidder on SUCCESSOR to THK 1IA.NK OK LINCOLN NATIONAL SFANIORD. (Now clos.ng up) with the same assets and under County court da) m fr,nt el Ihe court house In the same management. Stanford Ky.my Ily provisions of its chiller, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National 151 Hanks, its shareholders being held indmdusllv liable to the eilent ol the amoutt of their steik Five miles Iron Stanford, in the Walnut Flat therein at the par tabic thereot, in addition to the neighborhood amount invested in such shares It may act as Terms made known u day ol sale For partlcu csecntor admisistrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as lars address Tom I.astey Stanford. Ky an indmdual MItS ANNIE M LASLEY 'Io thie who entrusted their buisincss to us while mnagiug the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten tion to same, our twenty years espenence in hanking andas liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking Mondny, April 13, 1891, Farm of Acros, L, P. GANTER'S MAGIC REMOVER! FIRST $200,000 m r 11 HOGAIT. ij ft wri-to- r. uiikitni Extract.jjBf fimm Mack-Eye- roTotl3flF CREAM Extract ic solic-te- d. $503,-3- 03 Five Splendid Jacks, GOLD MEDAL, IDOL-KIN- G or SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY. weaning time when The prmt between Mr. Warren ami a brown jack with w ite points, 9 years old in Juue At $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. J. S. Ilocker Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln: and full ijii hands high. He wis sired by Aiken's Major Norman, at Bowling Green, The other jacks are fine mule jacks and will T, P. Hill, Stanford; King William, he by King Phillip dam a serve mares for State auditor, wan provoked lllaclc Satin iennet: she was sired by King Philliu: W. O. Welch, Stanford. W.P.Tate, Stanford. y Norman, but Wnrren cot tho bet of ad dam by Morecastle, he by Jim Porter. This At $10 to Insuro. OFFICERS: it, eivine him a rovere Bcorinjr. It ih jack has proven himself a fine breeder. A number weaning time his colts likoly that the major will "phinny" on of Money duehave sold for $100 at or mare part These animals will staod at my stables on the J. S. Ilocker, President: when the colt is foaled John J. McRoberts, Cashier; Somerset pike a miles south of Stanlord. Iub own flido hereafter and be glad ed with: lien retained till the money is paid. A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier M. S. HAUGIIMAN, Stanford. P. W. LOGAN, Owner. '4 enough to stay. Lebanon Enterprise. 9 ran-rlitlftP- B At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, Money due at mare is parted with He is or M.J. S T. Harris Lincoln: POSTED. 9J-- yr This notice forewarns hunters. Ashcrmeu aud others not to trespass on our lands without per. mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the full, est exteut of the law. Signed: M C RKYNOLDS. I S. PHILLIP" I. L. HECK, Mrs ALICE I HAUGIIMAN. V. M. WAR It, K.H.COOPER, W. A. COFFKY. Mrs.-A. MARTIN.' ROHKItT HARNETT. I. E. 1IRUCE. W. P GRIMES, II.J.DARST. u, I,.